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The Conservancy, it is understood, have offered a re- ward for every otter killed in the interests of human catchers of fish, who complain loudly that otters in certain parts are on the increase. To trap or shoot an animal so plucky and capable of showing such pure sport is a crime little less reprehensible than vulpecide, and the V.D. sincerely 382 baily's magazine. [Hat hopes that Buy Alfuzosin if otters must be kept down the operation will be con- ducted fairly, and not as though lutra were mere vermin. The Wire Question. — The number of letters and suggestions on this question that have ap- peared in our leading sporting papers during the past season remind us that this is the question of the day for hunting men. With this view the writer agrees, wire and especially concealed wire, takes the heart out of the sport. Let us sum up the reasons given for the prevalence of wire, (i) Indifference to, or concealed hos- tility against, hunting as a sport. (2) The neglect of fencing on large estates owing to the poverty of landlords. (3) The efficiency and economy of wire as a fence and with which to repair gaps. (4) The scarcity of labour in the country districts, and the decay of the art of hedging and ditching, so that even where farmers are will- ing to make fences they cannot find labour for the purpose. Now for the remedies suggested. (1) A wire clause in the leases. (2) The repair by the hunt of all the fences in the area of the hunt. (3) That the hunt should take down and put up the wire again at their own expense and by labour employed by them. (4) That the hunt should pay the Alfuzosin Uroxatral farmer a contribution towards the expenses of his fencing. Of the remedies (1) is only possible in peculiar cases, and generally speak- ing would be difficult to enforce. (2) Good but expensive, and en- tailing much supervision and much time. Who would Uroxatral Alfuzosin give it con- tinuously ? (3) Good, too, only the hunt must also engage to make the gaps effective against cattle. . (4) The best, if the money is paid after a reasonable bargain made and when the work is done. This • last plan was suggested by a good sporting farmer at a hunt dinner. Now for the V. D.'s suggestion. On large estates it would be well if the landlord could be approached and the property dealt with as a whole, the hunt to pay a speciBed contribution towards the fencing of the whole property. This would avoid the intervention of outsiders, which some landlords, agents, and farmers would object to. Where this is not possible, pay a sum of Alfuzosin Hydrochloride money to the farmer, one half at the beginning and one half at the end of the season, after inspection made. Lastly, let our lady members of the hunt use social influence with a certain class of wire users. It would be effectual. Hound Baoe. — The " Trail Hound " race has been an institu- tion in Westmoreland for very long past : there the sporting dalesmen . train their hounds for the annual race as carefully as the trainer prepares his horses for Newmarket or Doncaster. This form of sport is rather a novelty in the south : I believe that the Royal Artillery and Staff Col- lege Drag Hunts held a hound race on Plum stead Marshes last year, but beyond the fact that the Xatral Alfuzosin former won he is unacquainted with details. This year's race was a great success: the Royal Artillery, Household Brigade and Staff College Drag Hunts entered each three couples of hounds to run over a nice line of grass country near Bracknell. The race came off on the afternoon of Friday, 7th ; a very wet morning reduced the attendance, and few beyond members of the competing hunts were present : happily the rain ceased and the Alfuzosin 10 Mg race was run in cloudy but dry weather. The starting point was opposite the south lodge of Southill Park, in a large pasture wherein the specta- tors could watch from a low hill. i*»] "OUR VAN. »» 383 The nine couples poured through he gate, picked up the line and raced away over the grass: for the first quarter of a mile the " sheet " would have covered them, but a stiff post and rails over which the R.A. Racer led the way strung the lot out a bit, though they were well together a few hundred yards Sandoz Alfuzosin further on when crossing the road. At the finish there was a good deal of tailing: but Captain J. Han well, Master of the Gunners' Drag, must be congratulated on the suc- cess of his team, all three couples bearing the distinctive red stripe of paint of the R.A. being among the eight hounds first home. The Royal Artillery Whimsical (from the Croome), was 1st, the R.A Larkspur, Stormer (Mr. Penr efather's), Roderick (Lord Portman's), Alderman (Lord Egl in ton's) and Racer coming in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th and 8th re- spectively. By points the winners scored heavily ; the first ten hounds counting by places, and all others twelve points, lowest score the best: — R.A. (red), 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 = 24— 1st. Staff College (blue), 5, 7, 10, 12, 12, 12 = 58-— 2nd.