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HUNTING.

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ALLEGED WOUNDING AT HELSBY.

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GOLF. -+- BACHE CLUB. EXTENDED COURSE. The new, extended course which has been laid out at the Bache was formally opened on Wednes- day by Mr. Yerburgh, M.P., Vice-President, who drove the first ball from No. 1 too. Some time ago the club obtained an extra slioe of land, amounting to about eight acres, in order- to expand the existing nine-hole course. It was decided to utilise this ground by lengthening the holes rather than by increasing their number, aild the wisdom of this step is apparent to every one who had played over the new course, which is rather more than a quarter of a mile longer than the old, and inoludes some good, sporting holes. After the formal opening, the members present took part in a foursome competition for a prize presented by Mr. F. J. Bonnalie and a sweep- stako. The winning couple proved to be Mr. J. D. Garde (11) and Mr. Norman Jones (25), while the second place was taken by Mr. R. Rogers (11) and Mr. C. H. Pedley (21). An interesting function at the pavilion followed the match, the cups won during the season being presented by the donors. The President, Major MacGillycuddy, presented his handsome silver challenge cup, an Irish loving eup, to Mr. D. T. Williams, the winner for the year. The Yerburgh Challenge Cup, won last the year. The Yerburgh Challenge Cup, won last week. was presented by the member for Chester to Mr. J. A. Hirst. Mr. J. D. Garde presented a beautiful silver rose bowl, which had been won also by Mr. D. T. Williams under a scaled handi- cap. Major MacGillycuddy next presented the Ladies' Challenge Rose Bowl to the winner, Miss Nora Dickson. Both Major MacGillycuddy and Mr. Yerburgh. in their speeches, tcstififytf to the im- provement that had been effected by the exten- sion of the course, and these and ot-li4-r speakers commented with pleasure upon the thriving state in which the club finds its-elf, thanks greatly to the indefatigable hon. secretary, Mr. A. Hornby. The healths of the prize-winners were cordially drunk, and votes of thanks passed to the donors of these valuable trophies. Colonel Thompson, on behalf of the military members of the club, ex- 101 pressed the appreciation of his brother officers of the welcome extended to them at the Bache links. The monthly box competition for October was won by Mr J. A. Hirst with a nett 74, Mr. A. Clemence being second with 75 nett. CHESTER CLUB. The third monthly competition was held on Saturday when Mr. H. Rowland qualified for the final, and took the first sweep with 78 nett. Messrs. F. O. Evans and G. M. Lowndes each with 79 nett divided the second and third sweeps. Returns :â H. Rowland 90 12 78 F. O. Evans 83 4 79 G. M. Lowndes 95 16 = 79 J. P. Gamon 90 9=81 R O. Kendall 95 14 = 81 J. C. Okell 93 11 = 82 R. E. Jones 91 7 = 84 W. A. V. Churton 95 â 11 = 84 J. Frat-r 101 15 86 W. D. Jolliffe 96 7 = 89

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