Will those of our readers who take snap-shots, or other photographs, kindly bear in mind that the Editor will always be glati to consider any snap-shots or photos for insertion in " GoLF." Golf links are nearly always picturesque, and they teem with beautiful and interesting ' b
In l a, strong head wind the players started for the final. And it was a final to be long remembered. resulting as it did in the Champion's defeat. At the first hole Braid was off the line to the right near the wall adjoining the cinder track, but he made a fine recovery, and th
besides an excellent course the Manchester club also possesses ample club-house accommodation. The club-rooms are on the ground f_'oor of the south-east part of the Hall, where there is room for any number of guests. The first tee and last green are almost at the door, and from
debated question, and I believe there was quite a keen competition among members to make record time from Manchester. In their prospectus the directors drew attention to the accessibility of the course "by tram, train, cab or steamboat." The last-mentioned mode of conveyance sma
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Ten minutes' from the stations, with train mervioes to the City and West End. A FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY, Comprising the delightful old-fashioned country house, known as SOUTHEND HALL, having modern additions, and fitted with electric light,containing four reception rooms,