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Game Laws of the

CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME The following table shows the close season for all game in the United States, with the exception of mountain sheep and goat and a few unimportant species. Where no dates are given kind of game does not exist, or close season at all times.

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Elk, Antelope,
Deer.

Squirrel.

Rabbit.
Moose, Caribou.

Quail. 1 Alabama (11) Jan, 1-Sept. 1.

Feb. 1-July 1.....

Local laws.... 2 Alaska (11) Feb. 1-Aug. 1.. Jan. 1-Sept. 1 (2)... 3 Arizona (11). Dec. 1-Sept. 15 (a). At all times.

Mar. 1-Oct. 15.. 4 Arkansas (11), Feb. 1-Sept. 1 (12)..

Mar. 1-Nov. 1.. 5 California (11)... Oct. 15-Aug. 1(a).. At all times.. Feb. 1-Aug. 1

Feb. 16-Oct. 15. 6 Colorado Oct. 21-Sept. 25.. Nov., 1907.

To Oct. 1, 1920 (9). 7 Connecticut (11).. To June 1, 1911..

Dec. 1-Oct. 1 Dec. 1-Oct.1.

Dec. 1-Oct. 1, 8 Delaware.

Jan. 1-Nov. 15. Jan. 1-Nov. 15. . Dist. of Col.(11).. Jan, 1-Sept. 1..

Feb. 1-Nov. 1 Feb. 1-Nov. 1... Mar. 15-Nov. 1..... 10 Florida... Feb, 1-Nov. 1

Mar. 1-Nov. 1 11 Georgia. Jan. 1-Sept. 1..

Mar. 15-Nov. 1... 12 Idaho Jan. 1-Sept. 1 Jan. 1-Sept. 1 (1)...

Dec. 1-Nov. 1... 13 illinois To 1913..

Jan. 1-July 1.

Dec. 20-Nov. 10... 14 Indiana. At all times..

Jan. 1-Nov. 10...

Jan. 1-Nov. 10. 15 Long Island 4 days in Nov. (13).

Jan, 1-Nov. 1 Jan. 1-Nov. 1. Jan. 1-Nov. 1.. 16 low&.. At all times.. At all times Jan. 1-Sept. 1....

Dec. 16-Nov. 1.. 17 Kansas (11). At all times..

Dec. 1-Nov 15. 18 Kentucky Mar. 1-Sept. 1.

Feb. 1-Nov. 15.

Jan. 1-Nov. 15. 19 Louisiana (11).

April 1-Nov. 1.... Mar. 1-Nov. 1... 20 Maine. Dec. 15-Oct. 1 (12).. Dec. 1-Oct. 15 (2)..

April 1-Sept. 1. At all times 21° Maryland Local laws..

Dec. 1-Sept. 1... Dec, 25-Nov. 1.. Dec, 25-Nov. 1 22 Massachusetts(11) To Nov. 1, 1903,

Mar. 1-Oct. 1.. Mar. 1-Oct. 1.. Dec. 1-Nov. 1... 23 Michigan.. Dec. 1-Nov. 10 (12). To 1911...

Dec, 1-Oct. 15...

To Oct. 15, 1907.. 24 Minnesota, Dec. 1-Nov. 10. Dec. 1-Nov. 10(a)..

Dec. 15-Oct. 1. 25 Mississippi Mar. 1-Nov. 15......

Mar. 1-Nov. 1. 26 Missouri. Jan. 1-Nov. I (a)....

Jan. 1-July 1.

Jan. 1-Nov. 1. 27 Montana Dec. 1-Sept. 1 ..... At all times (1).

At all times.... 28 Nebraska. Nov. 16-Aug. 16.... At all times 7).

Dec. 1-Nov. 15.. 29 Nevad: (11) Nov. 15-Sept. 15 (a).

Mar. 1-Sept. 15. 30 New Hampshire.. Dec. 1-Oct. 1...... At all times. Jan. 1-Sept. 15...

April 1-Oct. 1. Dec. 15-Oct. 1.. 31 Vew Jersey To April 14, 1909...

Jan. 1-Nov, 10.... Jan. 1-Nov. 10... Jan. 1-Nov. 10. 32 New Mexico (11).. Nov. 1-Sept. 15 (a).. At all times.

Jan. 1-Oct. 1. 33 New York ... Nov. 16-Sept. 1.... At all times. Dec. 1-Sept. 16... Dec. 16-Sept. 16 (14). Dec. 1-Nov. 1... 34 North Carolina... Feb. 1-Oct, 1.

Local laws....

Mar. 15-Nov. 1. 35 North Dakota Dec. 1-Nov. 10 .. At all times

Oct. 15-Sept. 1... 36 Ohio Dec. 16-Nov. 10...

Oct. 15-Sept. i. Dec. 5-Nov. 15.. Dec. 5-Nov. 15. 37 Oklahoma (11).... At all times... At all times..

Feb. 1-Oct. 15.. 38 Oregon.. Nov. 1-Aug. 15. To Sept. 15, 1907.... Jan. 1-Oct.1.

Dec. 1-Oct. 1.. 39 Pennsylvania Dec. 1-Nov. 1....... Dec. 1-Nov. 1 (1)... Dec. 16-Oct. 1... Dec. 1-Nov. 1... Dec. 1-Nov. 1.... 40 Rhode Island (11). Jan. 1, 1909

Jan, 1-Xov. 1.. Jan. 1-Nov. 1 Jan. 1-Nov. 1.. 41 South Carolina... Jan, 1--Sept. 1 (12)..

April 1-Nov. 1 42 South Dakota Dec. 1-Nov. 1 Jap. 1, 1911 (1)..

Jan. 1-Sept. 1 43 Tennessee. To Oct. 1, 1907..

Mar. 1-June

Mar. 1-Nov. 1. 44 Texas (11). Jan. 1-Nov. 1(a)... To July 1, 1908...

Feb. 1-Nov. 1... 45 Utah To Mar. 17, 1909 At all times

At all times 46 Vermont (11). Oct. 29-Oct. 23. At all times..

May 1-Sept. 1. Jan. 1-Sept. 1 47 Virginia Jan. 1-Oct. 1.

Local laws..

Feb. 1-Nov. 1.. 48 Washington Dec. 15-Sept. 15 Nov. 1-Sept. 15 (a).

Jan, 1-Oct. 1... 49 West Virginia.. Dec. 15-Oct. 15...

Jan. 1-Sept. 15... Jan. 1-Sept. 15.. Dec. 20-Nov. 1.. 50 Wisconsin Dec. 1-Nov. 11 (12).

Mar. 1-Sept. 1..... May 1-Sept. 1 To Sept. 1, 1910... 51 Wyoming ... Nov. 15-Sept. 15.... Nov. 15-Sept. 15(1).

At all times 1 Elk only. 2 Moose and caribou, all year. 3 Grouse. 4 Prairie chicken-Minnesota, Nov. 1-Sept. 1; Missouri, Dec. 15-Nov. 15; Wyoming, Dec. 1-Sept. 1. 5 sap New Hampshire, Dec. 15-Sept. 15; Connecticut, May 1-Aug. 1 ; Nebraska, April 16-Sept. 1. 7 Antelop:--Nebraska, Nov. 16-Aug. 15; Nevada, Nov. 15-sept. 15. 9 Except' crested quail. 10 Certain species. 11'Local Laws. 12 Local exceptions. 13 First two Wednesdays and first two Fridays after first Tuesday in November, 14 Except some counties where local laws govern. Prohibitory laws against hunting doves and robins exist in nearly all States. Sale of game during close season is prohibited in most States. License fees from non-residents required in sorne States.

a Female deer and elk and deer without horns protected at all times. Exceptions and local laws prevail in all States.

NEW YORK (Exceptions). Deer-At all times in Delaware, Greene, Oswego, Putnam, Rensselaer, and Ulster counties, and all of Oneida, Lewis, and Jefferson counties west of Utica and Black River R. R., Orange and Sullivan counties, Nov. 16Nov. 1. Fawns at all times. Hunting with dogs, traps, or devices of any kind prohibited.

SQUIRREL-Greene County, Dec. 16-Oct. 1; Orange County, Dec. 16-Oct. 16; Rensselaer County, Dec. 1-Oct. 1 ; Richmond County, gray squirrel at all times.

RABBIT, HARE-Albany, Columbia, Jefferson, Livingston, Monroe, Orleans, Steuben, and Wyoming counties, Dec. 16-Sept. 16; Erie County, Jan. 16-Oct. 16 ; Fulton County, Feb.-Nov. 1; Greene, Schenectady, and Ulster counties, Dec. 16-Oct. 1 ; Dutchess, Oneida, Sullivan, and Herkimer counties, Feb. 15-Sept. 16; Orange County, Dec. 16-Oct. 16; Richmond and Rockland counties, Dec. 31-Nov. 1.

QUAIL-Orange and Ulster counties, Dec. 16-Oct. 16; Rensselaer County, Dec. 1-Oct. 1; Richmond county to 1908 ; Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties, Dec. 1-Oct. 16.

GROUSE_Greene, Rensselaer, Sullivan, Dutchess, and Tioga counties, Dec. 1-Oct. 1 ; Orange and Ulster counties, Dec. 16. Oct. 16

Wild BIRDS--Catching, killing, or the possession of live or dead, and robbing of nests prohibited at all times-except English sparrow, crane, hawk, crow, owl, and blackbird.

Hunting and shooting on Sunday prohibited,

Export of game or birds taken in the State is prohibited. Penalty imposed : Mammals—a fine of $100 for each violation and an additional $100 for each deer, elk, or caribou, and $250 for each moose ; birds, $60 for each violation, and so odt sional $25 for esob bird.

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Several States, 1907.
IN THE UNITED STATES.

The first date of the close season and the first date of the open season are given. Open season may be found by reversing the dates. Compiled and corrected to September 1, 1906,

BIRDS,
Grouse and Prairie
Chicken.
Wild Turkeye Pheasant.

Woodcock. Duek, Goose, Swan. Plover, Snipe, Rail. Local laws

Local laws......

Mar. 1-Nov. 13 ..... Mar. 1-Nov. 15.... Dec. 16-Sept. 1.

Feb, 1-Sept. 1....... Dec. 16-Sept. 1...... Mar. 1-Oct. 15. Dec. 1-Sept. 15... Mar. 1-Oct. 15.. Dec, 1-Oct. 31 May 1-Sept. I. Feb. 15-Oct. 1.. At all times..

Feb. 16-Oct. 15.... Feb. 15-Oct. 15.... Oct. 21-Sept. 1.. To 1907 At all times.

April 16-Sept. 10 ... April 16-Sept. 10. Dec. 1-Oct. 1

June 1, 1906. Dec, 1-Oct. 1......May-Sept. I... April 1-Sept. 1 (5).. Jan. 1-Nov. 15.

April 15-Oct. 1.....
Dec. 26-Nov. l. Dec. 26-Noy. 1.

Jan. 1-July 1...... April 1-Sept. 1... April 1-Sept. 1...
Mar, 1-Nov. 1...

April 1-Oct. 1.....

10 Mar. 15-Nov. 1 Mar. 15-Nov. 1,. Nov. 30, 1905... Feb. 1-Sept. 1..... Feb. 1-Sept. 1 (10).. Mar. 15-Sept. 1., 11 Dec. 1-Aug. 15.... Mar. 11, 1907....

Feb. 1-Sept. 1...... July 15-Feb. 15... 12 To 1909.. To 1908. To 1908. Dec. 1-Aug. 1 April 15-Sept. 1.... May 1-Sept. 1.

13 Jan. 1-Nov. 10.. At all times...... At all times

Jan. 1-Nov. 10.. April 15-Sept. 1..... Jan, 1-Nov. 1...

Jan. 1-Nov. 1.... Jan. 1-Aug. 1... Jan, 1-Oct. 1....... Jan. 1 July 16. 15 Dec. 1-Sept. 1 Dec, 1-Nov, 1.....

Jan, 1 July 10..... April 15-Sept. 1..... April 15-Sept. 1. 16 Oct. 1-Aug. 15 (8).. Feb. 28, 1907..

April 15-Sept. 1.... Sept. 15-July 15.. 17 Jan. 1-Nov. 15...... Feb. 1-Sept. 1...... At all times.. Feb, 1-June 20..... April 1-Aug. 15.....

18 April 1-Dec. 1.....

April 1-Sept. 1..... Deo. 1-Sept. 1.. 19 Dec. 1-Sept. 15....

To Mar. 22, 1911..

Dec, 1-Sept. 13. Dec. 1-Sept. 1 (10).. May 1-Aug. 1.. 20 Dec. 95-Noy. I... Dec. 25-Nov. 1..... Dec. 25-Nov. 1 Dec. 25-Nov. 1.. April 10-Nov. 1..... May 1-Aug. 15 21 Dec. 1-Oct. 1.......

To Feb. 13, 1905. Dec. 1-Oct. 1...... Mar. 1-Sept. 1 (10).. Mar. 1-July 15 Dec, 1-Oct. 15 (3)... To 1910..

To 1910..

Dec. 1-Oct, 20... Jani. 2-Sept. 1...... Jan. 2 Sept. 1..
Dec, 15-Oct. 1(4)..

At all times.
Nox. 1-Sept. 1

Dec. 1 Sept. 1.... Nov. 1-Sept. 1..
May 1-Oct. 1 (a)...

Mar. 1-Sept. 1.... Mar. 1-Sept. l... Jan. 1-Nov. 1(4)... Javi. 1-Nov. 1...... Jan. 1-Nov. 1., Jan. 1-Aug. 1... May 1-Sept. 15... ... May 1-Sept. 15.....

26 Dec. 1-Sept. 1... At all times.

Dec. 1-Sept. l... Dec. 1-Sept. 1... At all times. ..... At all times.

April 16-Sept. 1 May 16-Sept. I.. Mar. 1-Sept. 15...

Sept. 1, 1906.
Mar. 1-Sept. 15.... Mar. 1-Sept. 15.

29 Dec. 15-Oct. 1

To 1905...

Dec. 15-Sept. 15.... Feb. 1-Aug. 1 (10).. Feb. 1-Aug. 1(5).... 30 Jan. 1-Noy.'10. Jan. 1-Nov. 10... Jan. 1- Nov. 1. Jan. 1-Oct. i.. May 1-Sept. 1.. Jan. 1-May 1.

31 Jan. 1-Oct. 1. Jan. 1-0ct. 1... At all times.

182 Dec, 1-Sept. 16

To 1905..
Dec. 1-Sept. 16.. Jan. 1-Sept. 16... Jan, 1-Sept. 16..

33 Mar. 1-Nov. 1.....

Local laws
Local laws.

34 Oct. 15-Sept. 1.. Sept. 1, 1905.. Oct. 15-Sept. 1. May 1 Sept. 1..

35 To Nov. 10, 1908 Dec, 2-Nov. 10.... To Nov., 1908. Dec. 1 Sept. 1 Dec. 1-Sept. 1 Dec, 1.Sept. 1

36 Jan. 1-Sept. 1 Jan. 1-Sept. 1.... Jan, 1-Dec. 1..

Jan. 1-Aug. 1..

137 Dec. 1-Oct. 1...... To Oct. 1, 1905... Oct. 1, 1905.... Oct. 1, 1905

Mar. 1-Sept. 1..... Jan. 1-Aug. 1... 38 Dec. 1-Oct. 15.. Dec. 1-Oct. 15... Dec. 1-Oct. 15... Dec. 1-Oct. 1 May 1-Sept. 1 (10).. Jan, 1-Sept. 1 39 Jan. 1-Noy. 1...

To Oct. 1, 1910.. Jan. 1 Nov. 1 April 1-Aug. 15 (10) April 1-Xoy. 1 April 1-Nov. 1..... Jan, 1, 1905, April 1-Noy. 1.

41. Jan. 1-Sept. 1...

Jan. 1

pt. 1... May 1-Sept. 1....... May 15-Sept. 1..... 42 Mar. 1-Nov. 1...... Mar. 1-Nov. 1 Jan. 1-Dec. 1.. April 15-Oct. 1 April 15-Oct. 1...... April 15-Oct. 1...... 43 Feb. 1-Nov. 1...... Feb. 1.-Nov. 1..... July 1, 1909.. Dec. 1-Aug. 1...... At all times

Jan. 1-Oct. 1....... Jan. 1-Oct. 1...... Jan. 1. Sept. 1.

Nov. 20-Oct. 1. Jan. 1-Sept. 1...... Jan. 1-Sept. 1... Jan. 1-Sept. 1... Feb. 1-Nov. 1.. Feb. 1-Nov. 1... ... Local laws

Feb. 1-Nov. 1...... April 1-Oct. 15 (10). Jan. 1-July 20..
Jan. 1-Sept. 1.....
Oct. 15, 1906.

Mar. 1-Sept. 1..... Mar. 1-Aug. 15.. 48 Dec. 15-Oct. 15.... Dec. 16-Oct. 15

Nov. 2-July 15.... April 1-oct. I.... July 1-Mar. 1
Dec, 1-Sept. 1.
Sept. 1, 1905. Dec. 1-Sept. 1... Jan. 1-Sept. 1

Dec. 1-Sept. 1, 50
Oct. 15-July 15 (+)..
Sept. 1, 1906.

May 1-Sept. 1...... May 1-Sept. 1.. 51 FISH LAWS, NEW YORK STATE, OPEN SEASON. Tront.-Open season April 16 to August 31 (exclusive). Long Island, last Friday in March to August 31. May only be sold in New York City during open season. Monroe and Livingston counties, March 28 to September 1 (exclusive). Schoharie County (except Schoharie River), April 30 to August 1 (exclusive). Allegany, Cattarangus, Chaytayqua, and Tompkins counties, April 15 to July 18 (exclusive). Saratoga County, April 30 to September 1 (exclusive).

Trout shall not be taken from streams in Chenango, Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Sullivan, and Ulster counties at any time for selling or offering to sell.

Trout less than six inches long must not be taken from waters in New York State; must not be molested while spawning. Transportation allowed only with owner. Fish must not be taken in waters where trout exişt except by angling.

Lake Tront and Land-Locked Salmon.-Open season May 1 to September 30 (except lakes Erie and Ontario at all times), Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange, Rockland, Putnam, Westchester, and Richmond, March 31 to July 1; Long Island, April 1 to September 30. Must be fifteen inches long and not molested while spawning.

Muskallonge.-Open season May 31 to last day of February. In St. Lawrence River, June 10 to December 31.

Salmon.-Open season March 2 to August 14.

Black Bass.-Open season June 16 to December 31; St. Lawrence River and Jefferson County, June 10 to December 31. Lake George and Schroon Lake, August 1 to December 15. Long Island, May so to December 31. Black bass less than ten inches long must not be taken.

Salt Waterstriped Bass less than eight inches long shall not be taken from waters in New York State, nor possessed; and shall not be taken from Hudson River by net between April 30 and July 30.

Pickerel and Pike, open season April 30 to March 1. License may be had to sell pickerel or pike taken without the State.

Unlawful to take perch from Saratoga Lake and Lake Lonely from March 15 to May 1.
Fishing on Sunday prohibited within the State,

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Rod and Reel-Casting Records.

FLY-CASTING.

Salmon Casting-John Enright, 152 feet (rod 20 feet, 48 ounces), made at Harlem Mere, Central Park, New York, October 12, 1906.

Switch Fly-Casting-H. W. Hawes, 102 feet (rod 11 feet). Made at Central Park, N. Y., 1887.

Light Rod Casting--Peter Cooper Hewitt, 100 feet 542 inches (rods not to exceed 594 ounces). Made at Madison Square Garden, 1887.

Fly-Casting for Black Bass-R. C. Leonard, 101 feet 6 inches. Made at Madison Square Garden, 1897.

Light Rod Contest-Walter D. Mansfield, 129 feet 6 inches (rod 5 ounces). Made at a tournament, open to the world, at Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal., 1902.

Single- Handed Fly-Casting-Walter D. Mansfield, 134 feet (rod 11 feet, 10 ounces). Made at & tournament, open to the world, at Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal., 1902.

Single- Handed Fly-Casting-H. C. Golcher, 140 feet (rod 11 feet, 10% ounces). Made at a club contest of the San Francisco Fly-Casting, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal., 1902.

At the same club T. W. Brotherton made a cast of 137 feet in a heavy rod contest.

Dry Fly-Custing-For delicacy and accuracy at buoys 35, 40, and 45 feet. Fred N. Peet, winner, 99 5-15 per cent., at Kalamazoo, Mich., August 3, 1906, in the International Tournament.

Distance and accuracy at buoys 50, 55, and 60 feet. H. G. Hascall, winner, 99 10-15 per cent., at North Lagoon, Garfield Park, Chicago, n., August 18, 1905, in the International Tournament.

WEIGHT-CASTING.

Striped Bass Casting (Light)---H. W. Hawes, 129 6-10 feet, average of five casts; sinker 1% ounces. Made at Central ark, N. Y., 1884.

Striped Bass Casting (Heavy)-John A. Roosevelt, 204 feet 3 inches, average of five casts in lane 35 feet wide; rod 7 feet 5 inches; sinker 246 ounces. Made at Central Park, N. Y., 1884.

Striped Bass Casting (Heavy)—W. H. Wood, 250 feet, longest single cast without lane; rod 9 feet; sinker 2 ounces. Mace at Central Park, N. Y., 1885.

Minnow Casting for Black Bass-E.C. Sturges, 140 feet 11 inches, average of five casts; sinker 46 ounce. Made at Camp Lake, Wis., 1891.

Minnow Casting for Black Bass-F. B. Davidson, 167 1-5 feet, average of five casts; sinker 4 ounce. Made at Chicago, Ill., 1894. Under these conditions Mr. Davidson made a single cast of 173 feet, and Mr. Sturges 148 feet.

LURE CASTING WITH SOLID RUBBER FROG. Ashley C. Smith, 98 2-5 per cent., at the open to the world contest, held in the North Lagoon, Garfield Park, Chicago, August 18, 1900.

Following are the records made with 4 ounce casting weight:

One-quarter ounce contest for accuracy at buoys 60, 65, 70, 75, and 80 feet from platform, three casts at each buoy. Weight dropping in circle 30 inches in diameter to be scored perfect. Every foot or fraction of a foot from said circle to be scored a demerit. The total of the demerits divided by fifteen and subtracted from 100 gives the percentage. 98 13-15 per

cent., made by Wm, Stanley, August 3, 1906, in the International Tournament held at Kalamazoo, Mich.

One-half ounce contest at buoys 60, 70, 80, 90, and 100 feet, same rules as above. 98 10-15 per cent., made by E.R.Owen, August 4, 1906, in the International Tournament, held at Kalamazoo, Mich.

Long distance on the lawn, * ounce weight. E. B. Bartholomew won, with an average score of 183 49-60 feet for five casts. Longest cast made by L. G. Tooley, 194 feet 8 inches.

Mr. John Hohmann made a record score of 992-5 per cent. in the club handicap 4 ounce accuracy bait

contest at 60, 70, 80, 90, and 100 feet, held in Chicago, September 24, 1904,

Team casting, Chicago won against San Francisco, with 97 15-30 against 94.7. Made at San Francisco, Cal., 1902.

The San Francisco Fly-Casting Club” rule is that the height of the platform over water must not exceed 18 inches for all casting.

ENGLISH FLY AND BAIT-CASTING RECORDS. Salmon Fly-Casting, Amateur-J. J. Hardy, 140 feet 3 inches (1895) (rod 18 feet), Wimbledon. John Enright, 147 feet (1896) (rod 20 feet), Wimbledon. Afterward, with the same rod, Mr. Enright made an exhibition cast before reliable witnesses of 151 feet 3 inches. Salmon Fly-Casting, Scotch Professional–J.

Stevens, 126 feet (1890), Twickenbam. Switch Salmon-Casting, Amateur-C. M. P. Burns, 108 feet (1888), Twickenham,

Trout Fly-Casting, Single- Handed Rod-P. D. Mallock, 92 feet (this distance was made by measuring the line after casting); R. B. Marston and Hyde Clark, tie, 74 feet; Reuben Wood (of Syracuse, N. Y.), 82 feet 6 inches.

Trout My-Casting, Two-Handed Rod-John Enright, 123 feet (1896), Wimbledon.
* Thames Bait-Casting, Amateur-R. Gillson, 191 feet 11 inches.
Longest Cast, Heavy (3 ounces lead)-Mr. Hobden, 216 feet.
Nottingham Bait- Casting, Amateur (24 ounces lend)–J.T. Emery, 263 feet (1898).
Light Bait-Chesting, Amateur (194 ounces lead)- J. T. Emery, 204 feet 6 inches (1896)
*In Thames casting the line is coiled at the feet of the caster.
tin Nottingham casting the cast is made from the reel.
Coutributed to THE WORLD ALMANAC by Fred. N. Peet, Chicago, Ill

The American Turf.

RECORD OF BEST PERFORMANCES ON THE RUNNING TURF,

(Revised to December 1, 1906.)

DISTANCE,

Name, Age, Weight, and Sire.

Place.

Date.

Time.

1 mile........

44 mile Bob Wade, 4.

Butte, Mont.

Aug. 20, 1890.. 0.214 36 A toka, aged, 115 lbs...

Butie, Mont..

Aug. 23, 1906.. 0.33% 3% furlungs Judge Thomas, aged, 134 lbs.

Butte, Mont.. July 14, 1902..0.4042 5 Geraldine, 4, 122 lbs.

Morris Park (st. c.)... Aug. 30, 1889..0.46 * mile....... Bessie Macklin, 2, 100 lbs.

Dallas, Tex..

Oct. 3, 1899.. 0.46% Tauya, 2, 107 lbs..

Morris Park (st. c.).. May 12, 1904..0.51% 4% furlongs... Old England, 2, 108 lbs.

Oakland (Cal. J.C.).. Dec. 18, 1901..0.53 Maid Marian 4,by Imp. Great Tom,ill lbs Morris Park (st.c.).. Oct. 9, 1894.. 10.5694 56 mile........ George F. Smith, 4, 100 lbs.....

San Fran. (Cal. J. C.) Mar. 7, 1895.. 0.59 Plater, 2, by llenry of Navarre, 107 lbs... Morris Park ($t.c.)... Oct. 21, 1902.. 1.02% 5% furlongs.. McGee, 3, 105 lbs.

Chicago (Harlem)... Oct. 1, 1903..11.05 1-5 Futurity c. Kingston, aged, 139 lbs.......

Sheepshead Bay..... June 22, 1891.. 1. 08 | Artful, 2, 130 lbs...

Morris Park (st. c.).. Oct. 15, 1904.. 1.08 % mile........ Roseben, 4, 147 lbs.

Belmont Park ....... Oct. 6, 1905.. 1.11 Lady Vera, 2, 90 lbs.

Belmont Park (st,c.) Oct. 19, 1906.. 1.16 3-5 646 furlongs.. Oxford, 4, 118 lbs....

Belmont Park... Oct. 15, 1966... 1.18 1-5 7 furlongs.. Roseben, 5, 126 lbs.......

Belmont Park.. Oct. 16, 1906... 1.22 7% furlongs.. Dainty, 4, 109 lbs..

Oakland (Cal. J. C.). Dec. 19, 1904.. 1.32 (Salvator, 4, by Imp. Prince Charlie,110 lbst Monmouth P. (st. c.) Aug. 28, 1890.. 1.35% į Kildeer, 4, 81 }bs..

Monmouth P. (st. c.) Aug. 13, 1902.. 1.37% Kiamesha, 3, 104 lbs.

Belmont Park... Oct. 9, 1905.. 1.37 2-5 Dick Welles, 3, 112 lbs.

Chicago (Harlem). Aug 14, 1903.. 1.37 2-5 Macy, 4, by Hindoo, 107 lbs.

Chicago (Wash. Park) July 2, 1898.. 1.40 1 20 yds. Maid Marian,4,hy Imp. Great Toni, 106 lbs Chicago (Wash.Park) July 19, 1893.. 1.40 (Six Shooter, 6, 111 lbs...

Chicago (Wash. Park) June 27, 1903.. 1.40 1 50 yds. Haviland, 6, 99 lbs..

Chica :0 Wash. Park) July 7, 1903.. 1.41 1-5 1

101 lbs. 70 yds. Jiminez,

Chicago (Harlem)... Sept. 5, 1901.. 1.42 Dalvay, 3, 96 lbs.

Chicago (Harlem)... Aug. 31, 1904. 1. 42 3-5 1 “100 yds. Cirand Opera, 4, 77 lbs..

Chicago Harlem)... Ang. 12, 1903.. 1.44 3-5 1 1-16 miles.. Israelite, 4, 101 lbs..

Brighton Beach ....... Sept. 25, 1905.. 1.44 3-5 Glassful, 3, 101 lbs.

Chicago( Wash. Park) July 2, 1903. . 1.44 3-5 146 Bonnibert, 4, 120 lbs...

Brighton Beach, N.Y. July 30, 1902.. 1.51 1 3-16 Scintillant il., 6, 109 lbs.

Chicago (Harlem)... Sept. 1, 1902.. 1.57 2-5 14 Banquet, 3, 108 lbs..

Monmouth P. (st. c.) July 17, 1890.. 2.0:44 Broomstick, 3, 104 lbs.

Brighton Beach.. July 9, 1904.. 2.02 4-5 15-16 Bedouin, 3, 111 lbs.

Belinont Park...

Oct.

2, 1905... 2.10 3-5 1 m. 500 yds.. Swift Wing, 5, 100 lbs.

Latonia, Ky

July 8, 1905. . 2.10 1-5 136 miles.. Irish Lad, 4, 126 lbs...

Sheepshead Bay,N.Y. June 25, 1904.. 2.17 3-5 Goodrich, 3, by Patron, 102 lbs.

Chicago (Wash. Park) July 16, 1898.. 2.30% 198 Africander, 3, 126 lbs...

Sheepshead Bay,N. Y. July 7, 1903.. 2.45 1-5 134 Major Daingerfield, 4, 120 lbs.

Morris Park, N. Y... Oct. 3, 1903.. 2.57 1% Julius Caesar, 5, 108 lbs...

New Orleans, La. Feb. 27, 1900.. 3.19 Judge Denny, 5, hy Fonso, 105 lbs. Oakland (Cal. J. C.). Feb. 12, 1898. . 3.26% Ten Broeck, 5, 110 lbs t...

Louisville.

May 29, 1877.. 3.27% Joe Murphy, 4, hy Isaac Murphy, 99 lbs.. Chicago (Harlem)... Aug. 30, 1894.. 3.42 Ethelbert, 4, 124 lbs

Brighton Beach, N.Y. Aug. 4, 1900.. 3.49 1-5 Kyrat, 3, by Teuton, 88 lbs.

Newport, Ky. Nov. 18, 1899.4.24% Ten Broeck, 4, by Imp. Phaeton, 104 lbs... Lexington, Ky. Sept. 16, 1876.. 4.58% Hubbard, 4, by Planet, 107 lbs..

Saratoga, N. Y....... Aug. 9. 1873.. 4.583 Elie, 4, 99 lbs..

Oakland (Cal. J. C.).. April 8, 1905.. 5.22 Lucrezia Borgia, 4, by Imp. Brutus,85 lbs. Oakland (Cal. J. C.).. May 20, 1897.. 7.11 {The Bachelor, a, by Judge Murray, 118 lbs. Oakland (Cal. J. C.).. Feb. 22, 1899..17.16%

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HEAT RACES.

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Kiowa, Kan.. Oct. 19. 1888 0.21% -0.294 Bob Wade, 4

Butte, Mont.. Aug. 16, 1890 0.3644 -03644 Eclipse, Jr., 4.

Dallas, Tex..

Nov. 1. 1890 0.48 0.48— 0.48 Bogus, aged, 113 lbs.

Helena, Mont.. Aug. 22, 1888 0.48 -0.48 Bill Howard, 5, 122 lbs.

Anaconda, Mont. Ang. 17, 1895 0.47% -0.48% Kittie Pease, 4, 82 lbs.

Dallas, Tex..

Nov. 2,1887 1.00 -1.00 58 Fox, 4, 113 lbs...

San Francisco, Cal... Oct. 31, 1891 1.00 3-5-1.011-5 Tom Hayes, 4, 107 lbs..

Morris Park (st.c.).. June 17, 1892 1.10% -1.124 | Lizzie S., 5, 118 lbs.

Lonisville

Sept. 28. 1883 1.134 -1.1344 1 Guido, 4, 117 lbs..

Chicago (Wash. Pk.) July 11, 1891 1.41% -1.41 1 (31n5) LArgentine, 5, 115 lbs.

St. Louis

June 14.1879 1.43–1.44-1.4794 11-16 m. Slipalong, 5. 115 lbs.

Chicago (Wash. Pk.) Sept. 2, 1885 1.51% -1.48% 148 mile. What-er-Lou, 5, 115 lbs.

.. San. Fran.(Ingleside) Feh, 18. 1889 1.56 -1,5434 Glenmore, 5, 114 lbs...

Sheepshead Bay..... Sept. 25,1880 2.10 -2.14 1% Patsy Duffy, aged, 115 lbs..

Sacramento, Cal... Sept. 17, 1884 3.41% -7.41 2 Miss Woodford, 4, 1074 lbs.

Sheepshead Bay... Sept. 30, 1884 3.33 -3.314 3 Norfolk, 4, 100 lbs...

Sacramento, Cal..... Sept. 29. 1865 6.27% - 29% Races against time, St. C., straight course.

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Udinners of Important Events.
KENTUCKY DERBY, LOUISVILLE,

(Distauce, 14 miles.)
YEAR.
Owner, Winner, Second, and Third.

Time.

Value. 1898. J. E. Madden's Plaudit, Lieber Karl, Isabey..

2.09

$4,850 1899 A. H. & D. H. Morris' Manuel, Corsine, Mazo.

2.12

4,850 1900. C. H. Smith's Lieut. Gibson, Floriza, Thrive...

2.0614

4 850 1901 F. B. Van Meter's His Eminence, Sannazarro, Driscoll.

2.0734

4,950 1902. T. C. McDowell's Alan-a-Dale, Inventor, The Rival..

2.0834

4,850 1903 C. R. Ellison's Judge Himes, Early, Bourbon.....

2.09

4 850 1904. L. Durnell's Elwood, Ed. Tierney, Brancas..

2.08%

4,850 1905. 9. S. Brown's Agile, Ram's Horn, Layson.

2.1034

4,850 1906. ieorge J. Long's Sir luron, Lady Navarre, James Rerdick..

2.0834

4,80 SUBURBAN HANDICAP, SHEEPSHEAD BAY.

(Distance, 14 miles.) YEAR. Owner, Winner, Second and Third,

Time. Value. 1998 Rogers & Rose's Tillo, Sempo Ego, Ogien..

2.08 1-5 $6.800 1899. Tiarness & Brossman's Imp, Bannockburn, Warrenton.

2.08 1-5 11-6,800 19 JU Eastin & Larabie's Kinley Mack. Ethelbert, Gulden..

2.06 4-5 6.800 1901. LV. Bell's Alcedo, Watercure, Toddy..

2.05 2-5 7,800 1902. F. C. McLewee's Gold Heels, Pentecost, Blues.

2.05 1-5 7,800 1903 Iampton Stable's Alricander, Herbert, Hunter Raine.

2.10 2-5 16,490 1904 E, R. Thomas' Hermis, The Picket, Irish Lad...

2.05

16,500 1905 August Belmont's Beldame, Proper, First Mason,..

2.05 3-5 16,800 1906. A. Shield's Go-Between, Dandelion, Colonial Girl.

2.05 1-5 16,800 BROOKLYN HANDICAP CRAVESEND.

(Distance, .144 miles) YEAR. Owner, Winner, Second, and Thiti.

Time.

Value. 1898...... Headley & Norton's Ornament, Ben Holladay, Sly

Tox

2.10

$7,800 1899 F.C. McLewee's Banastar, Lanky Bob, Filigrane

2.0644

7,800 19:00 Eastin & Larabie's Kinley Mack, Raffaello, Herbert.

2.10

7,800 1901 J. R. Keene's Conroy, Herbert, Standing..

2 09

7,800 1992 A. Featherstone's Reina, Advance Guard, Pentecost..

2.07

7.800 1903 Westbury Stable's Irish Lad, Gunfire, Heuo..

2.05 2-5 14 950 1904 Waldeck Stable's The Picket, Irish Lad, Proper.

2.06 3-5 15,800 1905. J. R. Keene's Delhi, Ostrich, Graziallo.iii.

9.(16 2-5 15,800 1906......J. W. Fuller's Tokalon, Dandelion, The Pieket.......

9.05 3-5 15 800 BRIGHTON HANDICAP, BRIGHTON BEACH.

(Distance, 14 mites.) YEAR.

Owner, Winner, Second, and Third.
Headley & Norton's Ornament,
Tillo, George Keene..

$2,490 1899 Harness & Brossman's Imp, Ethelbert. Bangle.

2.05 2-5 8,420 1900 A. L. Aste's Jack Point, The Kentuckian, Imp.

2.04 3-5 9,945 1901 J. R. Keene's Toddy, Watercure, Alcedo....

2.07 1-5 8,460 1902 R. McLewee's Gold ireels, Blues, Argregor....

2.03 4-5 8,045 1903 J. B. Haggin's Waterboy, Roehampton, River Pirate.

2.03 1-5 8,060 1904 Capt. S. S. Brown's Broomstick, Irish Lad, Highball.

2.02 4-5 21.750 1905 H. P. Whitney's Artful, Ort Wells, Beldame.

2.04 4-5 21,750 1906...... W. S. Williams's Ram's Horn, First Mason, Tokalon...

2.03 3-5 19,750 THE FUTURITY, SHEEPSHEAD BAY.

(Distance, 6 furlongs.) YEAR.

Owner, Winner, Second,
and Third.

Tim. Value. 1898. W. Hendrie's Martimas, High Degree, Mr. Clay.

1.12 2-5 $34,290 1899 J. R. Keene's Chacornac, Brigadier, Windmere.

1.10 2-5 36.610 1900. W.C. Whitney's Ballyhoo Bey, Olympian, Tommy Atkins.

1.10

33,580 1901 John E. Madden's Yankee, Lux Casta, Barron.

1.09 1-5 36,850 1902 John A. Drake's Savable, Lord of the Vale, Dazzling..

1.14

44,550 1903. Bydney Paget's Hamburg Belle, Leonidas, The Minute Man..

1.13

80.930 1904. Hİ, B. Duryea's Artful, Tradition, Sysonby

1.11 4-5 42,880 1905. Ormondale Stables' Ormondale, Timber. Belmere,

1.11 4-5 38,680 1906.. W, Lakeland's Electioneer, Pope Joan, De Mund

1.13 3-5 37.270 THE ENGLISH DERBY, EPSOM DOWNS,

(Distance, about 1'6 miles. )
YEAR.
Owner and Winner.

Sire.
Time.

Second. 1899 Duke of Westminster's Flying Fox.

2 42 4-5 Damocles. 1900.. Prince of Wales' Diamond Jubilee.

St. Simon.

2.42 Simon Dale. 1901. W.C. Whitney's Volodyovski.

Florizel II..

12.40 4.5 William the Third 1902.. Jno. Gubbins' Ard Patrick

St. Florian

2.42 1-2 Rising Glass. 1903. Sir J. Miller's Rock Sand..

Sainfoin.

Vinicius. 1904... Leopold de Rothschild's St. Amant.

St. Frusquin. 2.45 4-5 John O'Gaunt. 1905.. Lord Rosebery's Cicero...

Satire..

Jardy. 1906. Maj. Loeder's Spearmint.

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