20 AUGUST 1921, Page 16


(To THE EDITOR. OF TIE " SPECTATOR."] Stn, —The following extract from n. letter received a few days ago may interest you and your readers :- "When we were driving down Frant Hill two young weasels crossed the road, and the gold bug (Morgan runabout) ran over one of them. I looked back and, seeing it was only wounded, I pulled up, and V. got out to finish it. As he did so it recovered and ran back into the grass at the side of the road. V. went towards it, but before he reached it the other one trotted back in front of V.'s nose, seized the wounded one by the back of the neck, and dragged it across the road again and up the bank. It then seemed to recover completely, and they both ran off together."