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He has never lost the enthusi- astic interest which, as '' a man of Kent," he must almost of necessity take in cricket, having as a boy helped to start the club known as the '* Kentish Stars," and being now one of the most assiduous supporters of the Canterbury week, during which he and Lady Falmouth Order Sulfamethoxazole take a house in the old city, and dispense hospitality in their tent. The eldest of his four sons, who is eleven years old, inherits his father's partiality for the game, but perhaps what he and his next brother aremostproud of are the silver cups which Matt Dawson gave them last year when they accompanied their father to Newmarket, and were allowed to ride two thoroughbreds on the Heath. A similar compliment was paid to Lord Rosebery's son by the veteran trainer, when he was given a mount on Ladas. It was a fitting compliment to Lord Fal- mouth that he should have been elected a member of the Jockey Club last year, and it is to be hoped that no long period will elapse before some bearers of the magpie colours revive the memo- ries of the Mereworth Stud suc- cesses in those brilliant fifteen years between 1870 and 18S4. Scotland and Wild Birds. In an article which appeared in this magazine in July of last year the writer discussed the way in which English County Councils had made use of the powers con- ferred upon them to Ic Sulfamethoxazole make orders under the Wild Birds Protection Acts. It is proposed in Generic Sulfamethoxazole this article to deal in Sulfamethoxazole With Trimethoprim a similar manner with the orders made by the Scotch County Councils under these Acts. 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There is no power under the Acts to make orders affecting game; nor do the Acts apply to the island of St. Kilda, where, as is well known, the inhabitants live to a great extent on birds. Every county in Scotland has obtained an order under the Acts. The method of making the orders 1899.] SCOTLAND AND WILD BIRDS. 405 in Scotland Buy Sulfamethoxazole is different from that pursued in England. In England each county has an order peculiar to itself, and the different orders vary considerably. In Scotland the mark of administrative cen- tralisation is more noticeable. Scotland is divided, for the pur- poses of these orders, Sulfamethoxazole Cost into two districts — the Sulfamethoxazole For Acne northern and the southern. The counties of Aber- deen, Argyll, Banff, Bute, Caith- ness, Forfar, Inverness, Kincar- dine, Moray, Nairn, Perth, Ross, Sutherland, Orkney, and Shetland comprise the northern district ; Ayr, Berwick, Dumbarton, Dum- fries, Clackmannan, Fife, Had- dington, Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Linlithgow, Peebles, Renfrew, Roxburgh, Selkirk, Stirling, and Wigtown form the southern dis- trict. All the counties in the southern district, and all the counties in the northern district, except Ross, Orkney, and Aber- deen have a common form of order, so that with the exceptions of Ross, Orkney and Aberdeen there are only two forms of orders to be found throughout Scotland. There may be advantages in this method as tending to uniformity, but there are great countervailing disadvantages ; a bird may be rare in one county or part of a county and not in another, or may be so common and so destructive that it may be desirable to withdraw the protection of the Acts from it altogether Sulfamethoxazole And Trimethoprim Tablets in certain places, or it may Purchase Sulfamethoxazole be desirable to specially pro- tect certain places as breeding haunts of birds. But none of these Sulfamethoxazole Acne special objects are obtained in Scotland under the present form of orders; no attempt has been made in Scotland to protect all birds in particular parts of a county. Many of the English County Councils have protected certain areas which are well known breeding haunts by an absolute prohibition to take eggs within such areas. 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