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GREAT ORME v. OLD COLWYN. The above matdh wias played on the Links of the Old Colwyn Club on Saturday last, in glorious weather. Owing to the Old Colwyn Club not having a strong team to put in the field the Great Orme team included several new faces. The majority of the games were very keen, the Orme Club winning "by 5 matchec. to 3. The visitors were entertained to afternoon tea in the handsome new Club House, and all were loud in their praise of the hospitality accorded them by the captain, Rev. H. E. Mocatta. and all the members present. The matches resulted as follows:- GREAT ORME. Mr B. Harry 1 up 1 Mr H. Short 3 and 2 1 Mr H. Parker 5 and 3 ] Mr E. 0. Roberts 0 Mr J. Rainsford 1 up 1 Mr J. E Hallmark 1 up 1 Mr A. Hewitt. 0 Mr Wm.. Ellis Jones 0 Total 5 OLD COLWYN. Mr Wm. Jones 0 Mr W. P. Jonee 0 Mr A. W. Adshead 0 Mr Wm. Bailey 7 and 5 1 Mr F. Davies 0 Mr H. E. Mocatta 0 Mr J. E. Ash worth 1 up 1 Dr. Leeming 1 up 1 Total 3 By us'ng a stethoscope and a sensitive tele- phone relay the heart beats of a patient in Lon- dun were heard in the Isle of Wight by his physc'ans, who diagnosed his ailment. In Par's 't ,s calculated that a proportion of one in eighteen of the population lives on c'-al"t y, with a tendency towards crime. In London the average 's one in thirty.

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