Ar the annual general meeting held at the St. George's Baths the following ()facials were elected for the season President, Mr George H. Bops; sloepresidents. Messrs T. 0. Batt, A. H. Bingham, L. M. Leggett, F. Sachs, S. Willis, and 0. A. Howell ; hon. secretary, Mr H. C. Mossop
♦ itioceuful three days' open meeting came to anendeln May 9. The weather was unfortunately very showery, but the course was In perfect order. Fuser Dar.—Eighteen holes medal plays Miss Gardner, 99-9=90 (first prize) ; Mrs Baia's, 110-15=93 (second prize) ; Miss Gordon, 101-3=98
iW OIL PUMPS. 4 Br TRIAD Puce/ AND PANP PSTRoLLON CAN is Barr WITHOUT LIARAGN. Tip Barrel end up Into Pan. cat hole and Os Pump with one turn of Screw Collar Pump goes right down to bottom of Barre Pump and Pan illustrated are for usual and 41 ()anon Casks. OTHER SIZES TO ORDER.
(PAGE'S PATENT) It meets the demand to an eoonomloal &mos, easily created, and proof against every olass of stook. An Estate Agent writes: " I consider that this fence is the best I have seen. The strength of each fence is undoubted, and the enormous saving in tabour in putting
RAWDON B. LEE, Ismael Editor of the "Meld." by the Proms "a monumental work'" the heat and moat comprehensive BOOK LBOUT DOGS ever published. b Illustrated by charming photogravures from original drawf up by ARTHUR WARDLZ, ape of the foremost animal painters of the day, and whos
MESSRS TATTERSALL will SELL by AUCTION, near Albert-gate. Hyde Park, on Thurs. H, the of Andrew Knowlw, Eze., of Neu ant Court,Alloucester, who is going abroad: 1. THE UIPI, bay ware, by Whistle Jacket: • good hunter over any country and fast, up to stone, a winner of hunt races