Links and station; very central for the principal meets of the staghounds, tozhol and harriers; Lynton and Dulverton Coaches start from the door; post-horses carriages; good stabling; loose boxes for hunters. Address, Proprietor.
SERIES BY HORACE G. HUTCHINSON AND OTHER FAMOL GOLF WRITERS. IT WILL CONTAIN A VERY SPECIAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING WITH NUMEROUS PHOTOGRAPHS. ITS PRICE WILL BE SIXPENCE AND IT WILL BE ON SALE EVERY FRIDAY AS HITHERTO.
4 4 41 The loss of "the Webb," and especially the cause thereof, was the only cloud which obscured the perfect happiness of the meeting. 48 44 + It seems a pity that the Irish-born Championship, which Mr. Harold Reade secured for the second time on Friday last, should be restrict
WHEN Mr. John Ball missed a ah!?4, putt at the fourteenth hole in his final tie at Prestwick, it Was only those who knew the Hoylake man well who were ready to accept the three to one chances that were offered them. When the present champion crossed the burn for the last tine "
4 , 4 , 44 The Tantallon Club, through its pluck in tackling the Royal Liverpool and having an International contest, has now gained a unique position in Scotland, and is every year growing more and more popular. When it is mentioned that out of the sixteen players left in at Hoy
i 4 44 The New Club, Musselburgh, announces a Bogey competition for three prizes presented by the club to be played over Masselburgh Links during the week commencing Monday, June 19th. The hon. secretary is Mr. James Gibson, New Club, Musse'burgh, to whom application should be ma
LEICESTERSHIRE -- - The Silver Cup, prt-wnted by S. Wands to be played for by nwmbers whose are sixteen or more, in a Match Tournameu. has been won by Kr. A. Dexter; the Rev. B. A. Patten being runner up and taking the Cup given by the club. MONTHLY CUALLENGZ MXD4cLii. June 3. HA