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OREST AND STREAM.

A Weekly Journal of the Rod and Gun.

Angling, Shooting, the Kennel, Practical Natural History,

FiSHCULTURE, YaCHTING AND CaNOEING.

.

AND THE ' , '

INCULCATION IN MEN AND WOMEN OF A HEALTHY INTEREST

IN OUTDOOR RECREATION AND STUDY.

VOLUME L!X,. July, 1902 ^December, 1902.

PUBLISHED BY THE

FOREST AND STREAM PUBLISHING COMPANY,

NEW YORK.

1900

FOREST AND STREAM.

INDEX— VOLUME LIX.

EDITORIAL.

Page.

Appalachian Park 221

Autumn Anticipation 221

Big Catches and Big Catchers 21

Browning Leap 281

Biittalo Herd Registration 461

Bviffalo Remnants 41

Carp li;

Chestnut BjoQMng.i (51

Classes 141

Coal and Woodlands 361

Cold Storage Case 401

Collect Pond 181

Common Interest 141

Duck Shooting - 461

Eagle Catching 441

Eyes and Seeing 221

Fingerling to Giant 161

Fishing Trip, ^iomentous 381

Florida Marine Laboratory 501

Forester's Profession 201

Forest Fires 41, .341

Forestry in New York 301

Forest Schools 341

Fourth of July 1

Game and Government 301

Game and Landowner 201

Good Health and Temijer - 1.281

Graj'Iing Propagation 301

Honest All Through 221

'Indian Territory <_)uail 121

Licenses 501

Long Island Woodland '. 321

Long-range Tests 21

Montana Buffaloes 1

Maine Guides ^ 441

Man and His Conscience 421

Man Killing 401

Massachusetts Game Refuge ..441

Meat and Drink 281

Merrill, J.. C 301

Minnesota Forest Preserve 141

Missouri Record 341, 401

Money 321

Moody, \V. K 401

Mt. Vernon Deer Park 501

National Gun Club 201

National Mai-ksmanship 421

Nature in Irving SI

Newfoundland Cariliou Law 481

New York City Game 421

Non-export Game Laws 281

Oak, Old 181

October 321

Place Names 481

Plank in Massachusetts.' 381

Plant Travel 401

Play - 101

•Rowell, J. VV .' 361

Quail for Stocking 101, 121

Quail in China 501

Quail - Problem 301

Rail Tides 341

Rifle Peril 361

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Sheepmen and Cattlemen 121

Sites, Marking 361

Southern Birds 361

Spring Shooting 321

Squirrel Skin Cloaks 381

Summer Flowers 161

Tree-Planting State 101

Tuna on Atlantic Coast..,, 1

^\'arden Convention 81

\\'ild Cherry Boughs 141

W isconsin Game and Politics 301

Woodcock Preservation 301

Woodcraft and Farming' -393

W'ood Duck and Woodcock 341

Work and Play 41

Yacliting Season 61

Zoo and Park. 341

THE SPORTSMAN TOURIST.

Adirondack Forests 162

xVdirondacks 223

Beyond tlie Long Divide .. .202

Boyhood Days 262, 305

Buck Duellist. 363

Camp-Fire, jNliami 44

Camping for Women 123

Changing Year 262

Controversy 4-^

Cummings, Amos, Story of 484

Dawson Yesterday and To-day 510

Demon Bear of Tarantula Ridge 2

Diana \'isits the ffarm 3-13

Doomed 22

Eskimos of L^ihrador 202

Explorer's Life, Incidents in an > 22

Farming, I'rapping and Woodcraft 364, 484

Faroe Islands 282, 362, 383

Fishing Rod or Toy Pistol •••• 63

Forest and Stream in St. I^ouis 5

Forest Reserves 185

Fourths, Two Glorious /. ...83, 103

Frontier, Story of Old 382

(iabe, the Milicete Guide 162

Himalayas ; 4,

Hunting- Companions •.1*'3

Indian Scare 482

Javanese Notes 441

Just Fishing- 122

Kissimmee 4-45

Labrador Sumnier .....223, 242, 284

La l'"ontaine, I'icrre ■-'*>^

Lake JV[ana>\ a 1*^4

Land of the Tin Cow 422

Law of Forest and Mountain 225

Louis. Theo 463

Elaine Guides 503

Magnetawan •42> 62.

Manliness and Sport 185

Mandellon -^^^

Minnesota Forests 1^3

Moody, W. K 404

Misijouri, Record of Old 405

Page.

Nez Perce Days 443

Notes and Observations 508

O'Hara and His Sheep 304

Old Eph's Turkey 423

Old and New 184

Organ Grinder 142

Over the Long Divide 302

Pacific Coast Letter 125, 345, 404

Parsonage Windows 62, 83, 162

Plainfield Days 2

Potholes and Sport 225

Pup, Story of , 226

Quill, Knights of 22

Robber Crab 505

Roustabout 22

.Saipi and Petahky 182

-Samoa French Cruiser 42

Sea Ghost of the Catskills 102

.Self- Reliance of Piscator 302

Shasta Philosophy 222

Shastas - 482

.Siberia Burning Mountain 242

Siberia, Across 402, 442

Side Trip 322

.Sierras, High 303, 322

Sledge Dog 506

Smith and Jones 44

Song of the Sea Gull 222

South .\nierican River 122

Sport 142, 185, 202, 225, 285

Sportsmen Are Not a Class ...184

Spot 424

Stubble Rhymes 508

Summer Evening.- 84

Summer, Our 23

Sunday at the Cabin 342

Tales of the Frontier:

I.— The Stolen Horse ..162

11.— The Midwinter Bath 223

III. Flight for Life. 242

IV. The Rescue 262

v.— Witches 282

VI.— Jim Morehead's Military Expedition 403

Taking Your Boy Hunting 222

Irent and Tributaries 425

Two English (Gentlemen 182

"Walks Down South" 4

War Road , 365

Ways of the Night ^10

When the Long Shadows Fall ti04

White River Cruise -^44

Wiid" Horse of the Banks 384

Wild Turkey Photographing 502

\Volf at Door. ". ^04

Wolf Concert Cure 510

Woods Loafing Near Manhattan 163

Yellowstone from Car Window 82, 102

Zenaida ''^

NATURAL HISTORY. '

Addison on Animal Instinct 484

Allen,' R. C 265

Pat*.

American Ornithologists' Union 447

Animal Folk Lore jgf

Animal Instinct 12$:

Animal Sense 405.

Antlers Locked gg, 485

Bear, Bark on Tree 245-

Beasts of Prey in Norway 286

Beaver Skimied 434

Birds, How to Attract '.405.

Bird Inter-communication ' 264

Black Trout in Massachusetts 86-

Bluebirds 264

Blue Grouse 344

Bobolink's Song 45, 105, 205-

Buffalo in Montana 6, 24

Buffalo, Mr. Lenander's 84

Caribou, New 385.

Coon, Pet 484

Coyote, Jack .• 227

Crows ....144, 166

Detroit Aquarium 166

Dick and Gill 186-

Dick's Fatal Fourth 6-

Ducks Breeding in New York 45

Forestry 245

Foxes, Blue, Breeding ; 305, 32S

FroHcs of Nature 243

Fulmars in St. Kilda , 26-

Golgas 104

Grouse Drumming 446-

Grouse, Tame 45, 104

Hen, Mother 143

Hermit Crab 425

Hornets' Nests 304

Intelligent Wild Things ...264

Kinkajou 305.

Life of the North 384

Locked Elk Llorns 485

Mammals New to New Mexico 323

Mammoth , 484

Meteorite >...245

Mississippi Creatures 346

Monkeys 32S

Moose, Adirondack 448-

Moose in Vermont 248

Moose, Sellick ....367

^Mosquitoes and Music 126

Mosquitoes 66

Murder of Young by Birds 426

National Zoo 463

Nature and the Camera 485

Nature Books _ 104

Opossum and Chickens , 45, 126-

Owl at Sea 346

Parrot and Crows 85

Pigeon Flights 446-

Plovers' Eggs in England 484

Potlioles 85, 127, 225, 227

Pronghorn's Horn 406.

Robin in Barracks 448

St. Augustine Tame Birds 65

Seaboard Air Line 366

Sea Gulls

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Serpent's Tongue .' .307

She Bear and Mother Moose ..'.142

Snake's Skin in Bird's Nest '. 65

Snakes....?, 27, 45, 65, 85, 187, 204, 227, 248, 263,

345, 406

Squids in Eresh Water 511

Squirrel, Habits of 248, 264

Squirrels and Raccoons 426

Tiny Winged Performer 186

Trees, Old 245

Vermin on an African Farm 345

Viper Swallowing Young 187, 248

Wild Animals of the North. 65, 143, 164, 186, 203, 367

Wolf, Columbia Coimty 448

Wood Duck and Woodcock 246'

Woodcock, Pair 485

Woodcock Nesting 85

Zoological Park. New York 28G, 344

GAME BAG AND GUN.

Adirondack Deer 410, 467

Adirondack Notes 128, 486

Adirondack Man Killing 350

Barnegat Memory 290

Bird Extirpation 306

Bobo 513

Brown and the Buck 449

Buffalo Adventure 66

Bull and Buck 292

California Duck Notes 67

California Shooting 488

Canyon, In a 349

Capt. Bill and His Crew 368

Carless Shooting 449

Chance to Break the Chain 165, 205, 372

Chesapeake Bay 388,

Coon Reminiscence 187

Coons ' 127

Cooperation Between States 106

Coot as Game 407

Currituck 429

Cuvier Club 453

Dakota Chicken Shoot 267

Deer and Humans .408

Deer Horn Shedding ..328

Deer of America 126

Diamond Hitch S

Diversified Shooting 268

Dog and Gun 449

Ducks at Cape Hatteras 128

Ducks in Gaede's Pond 450

Elk Extinction 205

Elk I Did Not Get 408

Elk Tooth Charms 165

Equilibrium, Preserving 486

Fish and Game Value 106

Flint Lock Musket .188

Florida Jungle 324

Game Law Observations 251

Game Law of Old Time 347

Game Refuges 491

Game Weights 430

Geese on the Stubble 324

Great South Bay 306

Grouse Drumming 468

Guns a Hundred Years Ago 289

Gunshy Squirrel Dog 289, 372

Gurth Sat Down 372

Hard Time on Old Baldy 385

How Long Will It Last? 291

Hunting Ducks 328

Hunting Rifle 28, 46

Huntsman 410

Hyposcope 292

Indian Territory Ouail., 128

Interstate Commerce in Game....... 165

Iowa Game Case 512

Iowa Chicken Grounds... 253

Jefferso.n County. X. ^' 144

Jerry's End 34S

Kinney on Highland Moors 32li

License 105, 512

Living it Over Again 2tj7

Long Island 453

Maine Deer... 29(i. 312, 32S

Maine Moose 348

Maine Test Case 410

Maine Tropliy 487

Market Hunter Fined loii

Maryland UO. 43U

Massacre at the Alders 6,

Massachusetts 4'-ii

Massachusetts Association 372, 512

Massachusetts Law Enforcement... 348

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Michigan Brush and Marsh.. ..387

Minnesota Park, 67

Moose Calling , . ..165

Moose Hunt in New Brunswick 7, 27

Moose, My First .:..372

Moose, Outing for 286

Musk Ox 145

Nessmuk's Haunts 327

New Brunswick on Snowshoes. .227, 249, 265, 287,

309, 325, 346, 370

New lirunsvvick Visitors 409

Newfoundland Caribou 487

New Hampshire Deer Hunting 466

New Hampshire Grouse 291

New Jicrsey Game Transportation 386

New York League 464

New York Protectors 468

Non-residents 190

Non-resident Shooters 290, 465

October Mountain 310

Oklahoma Reminiscences .307

Oklahoma's Warden 267

On the Meadows 46

Pacific Coast 265

People of Interest 512

Pheasants, Imported 448

Pheasants in Tennessee 406

Quail in East Tennessee 290

Rail Shooting 205, 229, 241, 253, 269

Saginaw Crowd .' 369

San Francisco as a Center 427

Saunders, Sam 430

Sewall and the President 189

Sheep Hunt in Mexico 86

"Special" (See Aloody) 87

Sport .' 86

Sportsmen's Letters 386

Sport, AVhat It Is 80, 127

Spring Shooting 105, 327

Staten Island 450

Sunning a Deer 408

Sure and Safe 388

Taking in a Buck 127

Taking the Boy.... 385

Tent Pole Friction Joints 207

Thrills 47

Two Men in a Box 429

LTses of Common Things 250

\'erniont 452

Virginia Disgrace 406

Washington Goose Shooting : 369

Warden Convention 105

AVarrant to Arrest Attention 490

Wasatch \A'aves 326

West Virginia 410

Wild Goose on Staten Island 407

Wisconsin Law Case 27

Wisconsin Memories. 67

Woodcock 228

Woodcock and Wood Duck 286, 387, 407

Yellowstone Park 467

SEA AND RIVER FISHIMG.

Adirondack Trout 10

American Fisheries Society 131

Aquarium 15

Atljara Fishing 191

August Outing 412

Bass, Cottonwood 391

Bass in Rideau ^\'aters 194

r.ass in Woodcock Cover 29

Bhick llass 47

I'.lack Sea Bass 160

Bluetish Trolling 130

liulTalo I'^ish in Harvey's Canal Ill, 133

California Fishing 492

Capon Camping 455

Carp 168, 193, 331

Cast 192

Coronation Day on Vancouver 2U7

Delaware Ri\-er Fishing 130

Emergency Diets 392

Fishing luhics 329

Fisli, Xati;ral l'reser\-ation 3i-l

Fish .Scale Flowers HI

Flics 70

Florida Marine Station 514

Fly-Casting, San Francisco 168, 194

Fly-fisher's Jottings 72

Goldfish, Wading for 471

Grayling- 147. 170, 209, 232

Guileles.s Lo^. 110

Halibut, Monster 231

ILard Luck .Story 207

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Harvey Cedars ! .293;

Jew Fish .. .217;

Kingfisher Camps 392.

Kingfishers 170

Labrador 292'

Lafayettes 330

Lake Cliamplain .' 31.3, 411

Landing Device 314

Liner, How I Caught 293

Louisiana Fish Mortality Ill

Mahseer 491

Migration vs. Propagation 411

Mouth-to-Mouth Talk , , 87

Muscalonge 50, 70, 190, 193, 332, 433

New York Hatcheries 514

Ocean Sunfish 89

Octogenarian 431, 462, 492, 515

Old Way and Herb's Way , 329

Orange County Bass 168

Pearl River Camp 330, 350, 372, 389, 412, 432, 453

Pickerel 146

Pike Hatching 149

Pike-Perch in A ermont 514

Pike, Pickerel 50, 70, 193

Poisonous Fishes 254

Random Notes of an Angler 11, 29

Retriever and Dynamite Sticl< 167

Rock Bass -391

Rotten Pond in Bloom 109

Russia's Exposition 208, 230

Sacramento 47

Sage, Dean ^ 12

St. Lawrence Anglers 129

Salmon ^08

Salmon Fishing Delights 314

Salmon Fishing Inexpensive . 10

Salmon Flies ; 468

.Santa Catalina 329, 388

Sea Bass Record 231

Sea Lions and Fish 373

Sea Trout 513

Shark 89

She Goes Fishing , •••471

Size and Age 470

Stewart, T. B 270

Striped Bass 70

.Sturgeon, Aquarium 471

Swedish Trout Fishing 351

Tarpon 68, 391

Tarpon, Game 471

Tautog 88

Toddy Pond 373

Tomcod 392

Toms River 270

Trout Growth 193, 514

Trout in Eastern New York 108

Trout, Large 254

Trout Tickling •••453

, Tuna in Newfoundland 107

i Tuna on Atlantic Coast Hs 31

Wall-eyed Pike in Susquehanna 13

A\ eights of Fish Formula 133, 314

Whitefish, New 89

Whitefish on the Fly 470

YACHTING.

America *498

.'\merican Catboat Club 176

America's Cup 232

Barnegat Bay Sneakbox 357. *415

Bonito. Houseljoat 458

Boomerang on Shipboard, The '^'298

Boston Letter.... 274, 1115, 336, 378, 415. 438, 456, 519

Calumet *256

Cossack *272

Cruise to Lakeville. . . *271

Cruise of Scliooner Genesee *375

Cygnet "^^495

Designing of Small Racing Yachts 515

Dorwina and Effort *437

Elmina *93

English Letter 32, 95, 116, 174. 214, 258, 298,

336, 375, 419, 475, 518

Fifty-si\- Loct \\ .1,. Cruising Schooner *376

Fi'ibuster *-ll5

I'^or Cruising ^'achtsmen. . .14, 31. 5^1, 74, 90, 112, ]:!4, 550. 171. 195. 21!. 2:V;. 271, 294, 315, 333. 353, 375, 393

Forty Foot Cruising Launch *45\J

History of Chicago \'. C *34

llumma '174

Indian Harbor V. C.'s New Classes 335

Lawson History of the America's Cup 211

Lipton's Challenge Accepted ,,333

Little Haste ^M74

jVlanchester Y. C. Challenge Accepted. .351 •Manhasset Bay Y. C. Challe'iTge Cup.. 235, 497; *5l8

Melody .V . .V. . .*316

Men of the Coast '.V. .'. . . .*478

Muriel *92

Neola *77

New Book on Yachting ...367

New Cruising Schooner SIS

New Life-Saving Boat in Norway ...353

New Restricted Classes for Atlantic Y. C 197

New Seamanship, The 236

Obituary : Burnham, Lamont G. Crosby, Christopher S. Hurst, Francis, W. J. Parmlee, Henry S. Ulrich, Charles F.

Points for Amateur Yachtsmen 337

Quissetta " *91

Racing Ice Yacht '*418

Report of the Measurement Committee of the

New York Y. C 355, 376

Seawanhaka-Cor. Y. C. One-Design Class. 117, 13S

Seawanhaka Fifteen-footer *396

Seawanhaka Cup Trial Boats *54, 55, 56

Seventeen Days' Cruise oji L. I. Sound *295,

*316, *334

Shoal Draft Cruising Sloop *4.35

Sixty-five Rating Cutter *337

Society of Naval Architects and Marine En- gineers 437

Some Sea Terms 475

South Bay Scooter "^474

Steam ^Turbines 4^

Successful Boats in Mass. Y.R.A.. .*296, *297, *316

Swanhild II. ,.. *354

Thirty-five Foot Open Launch *476

Trident *172

Twenty-two Foot Cabin Yacht Association 275

Twenty-one Foot Class, Ilesboro, Me 53

Twenty Foot, Open Launch:;.. .*378

Twenty-one Foot Open Launch *436

Umbrina _ *518

Weetamoe *76

White Bear Y. C..' .174

Steam Yachts.

Aria 419

Arrow 258

Candida 236

Cherokee ...236

Emerald : 398

Gunilda 58

Hauoli .....*355

Helena ' 197

High Speed Steam Yacht ....*3M;

Maria 197, 518

Niagara IV ..: 438

Satanella .....'►335

Scout *456

Tuscarora *398

Vixen *419

Clubs .and Races.

Annisquam : 75

American = 96, 116, 155, 174, 195, 1&7

Atlantic 52, 75, 212, 233, 273

Beverly .....17, 32, 77, 95, 155, 175, 215

Boston 114

Bridgeport .197

Brooklyn 137

City of Boston 75

Citjr of Boston Regatta 32

Cohasset ,..-..-16.^

Columbia 17, 96

Columbia, Chicago 234, 258, 271

Cottage City 175

Corinthian Marblehead. .17, 34, 115, 155, 175, 211,235

Dorchester 15

Duxbury 17, 37, 17{-

Eastern 17, 32, 75, 151, 212

Hempstead Bay 23'4

Hempstead Harbor 19}

Horseshoe Harbor 156

Huguenot 175

Hull-Massachusetts 17, 94, 236

Huntington .■ Wa

Indian Harbor 54, 113, 196

Inland Lake Y. A .'...214

Interclub Racing 76

Jubilee 37

Kennebec 18, 156, 233, 274

Lake V. R. A ...114

Larch mom 36, 74, 91. 196, 234

Little Haste and La Rita Matches *273 , 298

.Manchester 57

Mauhasset Bay 74, 113, 257, 476

Mai-ine and Field ,156

I Mo,squito Fleet 32, 96

Newport Special Thirties. .. .34, 57, 75, 93, 115, 151,

175, 195, 214, m.

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Newport Y. K. A 213

New York 14, 53, 55, 74, 134, 233, '378, 45S

Pacific Jntei-ekib Y. A i^^

IPenataquit-CorinHiian 17, 116, 274

Plymouth 176

Portland 96

Q«mcy 18, 96, 175, 21S

Quincy Y. C. Challenge Cup 112, *152

Riverside , . 36

Riverton U4, 175

Sachem's Head 1,16, 156, 197

Savin Hill 16

Seawanhak^i-ConntlHan 15, 57, 77, IHi, 113, 13ij,

156, 176, 196, 213, 235, 258, 33S

Seawanhaka-Corinthian, American 298

Seawanhaka-Corinthian, Ueverly 136, 154

Seawanhaka-Corinthian, Sachem's Head 235

Seawanhaka Cup Races 137, 150

Seawanhaka Cup Trial Races 16, 33

Shelter Island 116, 138, 156, 256

Springfield 32

South Haven Regatta 214

Soistfa Side 58

StujAfesant 295

Tarrantin*..- 67, 76, 95, 137, 172

Veacedor and Vaunenna Races 235

Western Yachts 35, 53, 96, 137, 197, 215

Winthrop 18, 75, 96, 155, 171

WoHaston 17, 211

Y. R. A. of Graveseiul l!ay....15, 53, 96, 116, 173,

212, 256, 338

Y, R, U. of Great Lakes 16, 77

Y. R, A. of Massachusetts 234

Y'. R. A. of L. I. Sound 435

CANOEING.

Amendments to Constitution of A. C. A 237

©elaware Kiver Cruise 237, 255, 276, 318

TRAPSHOOTING.

Allentown, Trap at 35

Ashland Cun Club SO

A. and S. G. Show 478

Aquidneck Gun Chil) 460

Authorities 357

Baltimore S. A 78, 118, 138, 157,. 178

Barrels, Gun 400

Beneficence, Trapshooting 400

Birch Brook G. C,...39, 59, 78, 99, 138, 157, 177, 219

Boston Gun Club 19, 59, 79-

Bound Brook Gun Club 459

Bristol Gun Club... 139, 159, 178, 240

Brooklyn G. C....38, 240, '279, 340,-368,-380, 398>, 400,

420, 460, 478, 499, 520

Carlstadt *.un Club 59, 218, 459

Ckallenge 239

Chamber Sizes 299

Chartes, Dr. J 520

Chesapeake G. C 60, 138, 158, 199

Chicago Gun Club 199, 380

Cincinnati G. C....59, 99, 138, 219, 240, 299, 340, 400

Ciearview <;. C 38, 139, 520

Cslt Gun Club 217, 260

Colorado Siirings Gun Club , -.400

Caacord Gun Club 217

Crescent A, C 300, 320, 340, 358, 380, 399, 400,

460, 478, 499, 520

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Cripple Creek Club ■. 3s

Denver Trap 400

Detroit Trap 420

Dicky Bird Gun Club 360

Dover Sportsmen's Association 59, 99, 139, 180

East Liverpool 220

East Side Gun Club 459

Kmerald Gun Club 79, ISO, 260, 358

ICnlcrprise Gun Club 279

]<;rie tlun Club 60, 157

Field Day, .St. Mary's 40

Fitchburg Rifle and Gnn Club 158

Floyd Accepts 2S0, 360

Forester Gun Club 40, 217

I'reehold Gun Club.. 79

I'remont Gun Club 60

I'^iilton Gun Club 260, 400, 420

(:;arfield G. C 19, 38, 79, 119, 139, 158, 180, 218,

259, 339, 358, 3S0

GlovGrsville Gun Club 218

Gun Making 479, 50O

Hamilton Gun Club 220, 319

Handicaps < ; 340

Haverhill Gun Club 38, 119, 200

Hell Gate Gun Club 99, 199, 2S0, 380, 459

Highland Gun Club 120

Holt Shoot 60

Hopedale Gun Club 119

Hudson Gun Club 500

1 ntcrsfate \fecling 31.9

Interslalc Aiinual Meeting 400, 499

Jeannette Gun Club 79, 260, .340

Jackson Park G. C .....38, 139, 157, 340, 478, 520

Keystone Shooting League 19, 520

Leatherstocking Gun Club 278

Lehigh Rod and Gun Club 299

T-e\viston. Mo., Gim Club 1.58

Limited Gun Club 1,80

Lodi Gun Club 320

Maine Trap.s]iooters. 99

Marion, Trap at.....: 217, 259, 319

Matcli Making...... 59. 80

Match, Team , , 40

Metropolitan Gun Club 79, 239

Michigan Trapshooters' League 60

Middletown Gun Club 300, 420

Miss.-La. T. S. L 119, 179

Mountainside G. C 400, 459, 557

Mt. Kisco Gun Club 160, 259

Mt. Sterling, III .3-58

Matches :

Authorities, Tassing of 43!>

Championship of Gregory County 178

C:ienr\ievvAVestcheKter 119

Coleman-CoHron :3-5S

Darton- Stark 200

F elix-Bauer . . , 520

Fairview-Oradell ISO

Kisber-Miller 1.59

Harvard-Pennsylvania 399

Individual Provincial Championship 178

I ntercollegiate Matcli 420

Jackson Park 440

I .each-P ichardson 1.18

Medianicsburg-Cincinnati 459

Mor'cy-Hofiman 478

Oradell-Spring \ alley 218

l'alK|uisque-Danbury 78

Porter-Spatz 220

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Provincial Trophy , 79

Rockland-Spring Valley, 120

Schenectady-Boston 59

Smith and Yliet-Timmins and Hathaway 459

Spatz-Porter 38O

National Gun Club 158, 218

Nebraska City Gun Club 320

New York German Gun Club 180, 340

New Haven , Gun Club 160, 180

Nishoyne Gun Club 320, .358, 478

Nonpareil G. C 139, 218, 259, 339, 499, 420

North Kiver G. C 59, 79, 97, 118, 139, 157, 180,

218, 260, 280, 368, 459, 520

North Side Gun Club 19

Obstruction Theory 379

Old Gun Shoot 459

Olney Gun Club 178

Ossining G. C: 20, 60, 79, 1.38, 159, 179, 218, 240,

280, 320, 360, 380, 399, 420, 460, 478, 520

I'awtuxet Gun Club... 79

Peters Gun Club ..160

Prospect Park S. Association 39

Rahway Gun Club 118

Raleigh Gun Club... 39, 60, 79, 158, 200, 240, 319, 399

Rambles, Northern 478

Reading Trap 39, 119, 220, 360, 460

Reading 220

Rod and Gun Club 60

Pichmond Shoot 119, 259

Roman Gun Club 60

.Schenectady 478

Singac Trap 459

Sister.sviUe G. C 59, 119, 157, 178, 359

South Side G. C 97

Standard G. C 38

Stark's Challenge , 158

St. Paul Gun Club... 40

.'^outh Dakota Shooting , 60

.Sriringfield .Shooting Club 120

S. S. White Gun Club ; 499

Succotash Party 119

Sutfern Gun Club 79

Toronto Junction Gun Club 319

Towanda Gun Club 38

Try Gun 158

Trapshooting Hints 200

TOURNA.MENTS :

Algona Gim Club 79

..Vrkansas Championship 520

Arkansas State 99

.Vubiuii 159

Haiti more , 339

lieard.stown, 111 ' 139

Birch Brook Gun Club 119

Bonesteel 120

Boston Shooting Association 40

Budd-IIinshaw 198

Burlington T. 280

B. & K 140

Capron , 340

Central City 300

Central Michigan T. S. A 20

Concordia 280

Consolidated 217

Cuiciunati ...119, 277

Crawfordsville 360

Dalion 380

Delaware County Country Club.. 460

Dallas 259

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Dominion of Canada IJT

Dover Sportsmen's Association.. .119, 219

Duck Farm , 73

Du Bois 240

East End Gun Club 60, 320

Excelsior Gun Club 340

Fort Smith 340

Gilbert-Klein-Burmeister 360

Gillman 320

Greenville 140

Harrisburg 280

Hillsborough 380

Haverhill Gun Club 118

Indian 239

John Parker's Annual 279

Kane Gun Club I7g

Kessler's 20

Lafayette .140

Louisiana and Mississippi T. S. L 20

Ligonier 320

Malone's Midsummer 98

Mansfield 98

Michigan State League 39

■Middletown 157-

Missouri State 239, 260, 279

Monticello 159

New London 339

North Side Gun Club 300

Oakland Gun Club , 380

Olean 160

Omaha 40

Ossining Gun Club 119

Paducah Gun Cktb 220

Parker Gun Club 219

Peters Gun Club 320

Pleasant Hill 79, 219

Providence Gun Club 120

Raleigh tiun Club 119

Sistersville 59

.Sovitheastern Towa Amateur 118

Springfield Shooting Club.. 219.

Tecumseh 160

Wabash 120

Weeping Water , 178

Wellington 40

Westchester County T. S. L 39

Whitney 59

Winnipeg 100, 178

Interstate Tournaments:

At Brunswick 159

At Haverhill 140, 159, 200

At Lewiston 299

At Marietta 138

At Napanee 220

At Kaleigh. N. C 20

x\t Titusville 80

L'niversity of Virginia 80

Vicksburg Gun Club. 79

View, Point of 20

Wanderers, The 179

Waterloo Shoot .180, 218

Watertown Gun Ckib 99, 218

Watson's Park , 119, 380

Westchester County ',....177, 218

Westsvood Gun Club 118, 159, 180

Winchester Gun Club.... 60, 99, 139, 178, 218, 260,

299, 340, 380, 460, 500.

Woonsocket Gun Club ' 160

Wright's Shoot '. 358

ILLUSTRATION

VOL. LIX -No. U

SUPPLEMENT :

"A ROCKY MOUNTAIN BUFFALO HERD/

SATURDAY, JULY 5,

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C. W. Budd defended the. Hazard cup by killing loo live birds .straight. In contests for this cup he has killed 225 out of 230 live birds.

H. Watery made high average at Charleston, breaking 161 out of 175 targets at 20 yds.

J. W. Hoffmann won the New Jersey Live Bird Championship.

W. E. Parker broke 92 per cent, at W illiamsport, making high average.

R. O. Heikes captured high average at Cleveland, also at Memphis, breaking in

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J. M. Hughes secured the amateur average at Siou.K City, score 385 outi of 400 targets.

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A PICTURE OF THE PAST. Our illustration supplement this week presents a pic- ;ure of the past. It is one which cannot be duplicated. The plain still stretches away in billowy waves ; the ever- asting mountains rear their snow-clad pinnacles to the ikies; but the buffalo host has long since vanished from he land. The photograph, of which the engraving is a eproduction, was made years ago, and the negative has leen destroyed. The picture is an unique memento of the Vest of another age.

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