23.—Bogey competition: B. Wilkinson (91. rill square; F.. C. Cray (91 and D. D. Robertson (12). 1 down: T. Ilonniir and T. Wilkinson (7). 2 down; C. B. Dudley (2). J. Jet•p (7), W. N. Soden (3h and W. M. Rider (9). 3 down. MIDDLESEX CHALLENGE TROPHY. results: First round—Acton,
for Kildare, the final result bring: Curragh Brigaec, eight goals; Kildare (H). two. The teams lined out as follows : Kildare (N)—Mr Shekkten and Mr F. Howard taltcrnatelyi, Mr Roark, Baron dc Robeck, and Capt. Dennis : Curragh Capt. Hayes, Capt. Cooke, Me H. Watt, and the Marqu
ANGLING ZEPERIINCES 07 THE SHETLANDS. THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS of and the angling methods adopted in the Shetland Isles being so different from t h ose prevalent elsewhere, a few hints by one who for several years has fished in different harts of the archipelago may not be uninte
Ricketts b Thackrah (I. N. Allen c Snell b I larris 5O 11. N. B. Walker c Ilywatem b Harris V. Musto o Hywatent b Snell 4 A. Muir-Smith b Thackrah 3O lin. A. Scott b Walker D. I. Morgan b C. S. Williams c b Jones 54 N. F.. P. Ilarri4 c and lacketts E Snell c Raley b Jones 0. W.
Oa Mead'' , this pack met at Newbiggin-on.tbe.Tweed. Hunt. ing up etre im, nothing was met with until the mouth of the Till was :recited, and here, on the opposite bank, hounds got on to a grand drag, and raced it up this bank to the railway brirlass and thence right into the wo
FROM MANY POINTS OF VIEW the standard reached at Ascot last week was rather below the average, and on two days of the meeting the racing was poorer than it usually is at the greatest meeting of the year. Wednesday and Friday are the days referred to, and as Friday's running has
ROWING. FUTURES. wooday, Tursday. Wednen.lay.. I Thus lay. July 2,3, I, and S. —(!coley Royal Regatta Saturday, July 7.—Walton-on•Thanurr Itexatta Saturday. July Rogana Monday, J u!y 9. — At Sow, Mot Tlegrtta Saturday. June S7. —At !Nihon., Ed i Sniveraity v. Durham Univers:4r W
the cow. Mr Thommon's Beauty 3rd and Mr Coats's Pearl followed in the order named. Three good yearlings secured the prises in Mr J. Smith's Bellona, Mr W. B. Tudge's Princess Beatrice, and Mr Ptilky's Daisy 6th respectively. Dmoxss. The Devon 8 filled rather poorly, possibly oil