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GOLF. CHESTER CLUB. I ne oompetation at the 6t. Andrew « na-ieting waa for a pRze given by the club. The Rev. J. R. Timperley and Mr. J. Reynolds, each with 80 nett, divided the prize and the first and seoond sweepstakes, and Messrs. F. 0. Evans, S. E. Wilson, and J. Frater, each with 82 nett, divided the third SWGeD. Soor.q Rev. J. R. Timperley 89. 9. 80 I J. Reynolds. 95.15. 80 F. ü. Evana — 86. 4. 82 S. E. Wilson 96.14. 82 J. A. N. Other 90. 7. 83 N. B. Corbett ga 9. 89 W. A. V. Churton. 96.11. 85 J. P. Gamon 98. 9. 89 < R. G. Wmia.mø. 104.12. 92 I  ?' ?? 99.. 2. 97 'I Ia; tuart Downee 128 24 1M 9 riayinff off the tie in the second winter monthly 1 Mr F. 0. Evana beat Mr. W. A. V. Ch?c? and qualified for the final The fourth winter monthly competition was set for Saturday last, when Mr. H. Rowland, witn 78 n-vtt, won the first swoop, and lVIl". F. 0. Evana, with 79 inott, took the seeornd, but as these two have already qualified for the final ths next four—Messrs. J. P. Gamon, W. A. V. Churton, T. Williams, and G. M. Lowndes, each with 81 nett, play off tho tie on Saturday next- for a win in for tho final, and divide the third sweep. Soores: — H. Rowland. 00.12. 78 1 F. O. Ev?M 83 4 79 J J. P. Gamon 90 9 81 H W. A. V. Churton. 92 11 81 t T. Williams 95 11 81 i G. M. Lowndesl. 94.13. E1 R. E. Jones. gj 7 84 < John Okell 95 li pa I R. Kelloek gg 13 05 f W. D. Jolliffe 93! 7! 86 I J. Tteynolds 106 14 92 jj NORTH WALES COUNTY CRICKET.- With a view of arranging county cricket matches between Denbighshire, Flintshire and Carnar- vonshire a meeting was held at the Queen Hotel Chester, on Saturday, to consider resolutions } passed at a meeting recently held at Rhyl with reference to the formation of county orgair, sa- tions and a central organisation. Major Keene /(Mivrotldn ) preasi. ded over the meeting at w?K? the ?oliowmg Flintshire clubs wepo represented — Flint, Mold, Hawarden, Mostyn, Buckley nd Shotton. Letters from Rhu yCdlatx, Ca?rgwrJe Penbedw, Northop, Penyfford, and others were read suppoirting the scheme. The of busin0s of the meeting was to appoint three delegates to serve on the central organisation from Flints^ clubd and as the result of a vote by ba"ot Messrs. E. J. Hughes and William Hughes (Fnnt) and W. Moore (Buckley) were elected. It was also unanimously resolved that a oountv ccm- mittee be formed, and that clubs be asked to ap- point two fepresentattves on the county com- mntee; that the annual subscription, be one guinea as fixed by the central organisation, and that they comply with the conditions imposed by that body. The meeting also recommended that the secretary of the county committee should be cx-oiffciio a member of the ocntral organisa- tion. Mr. J. Inglis (Mostyn) was unanimously appointed secretary pro. tem. of the county com- mittee, and it was decided to hold the meetings of the county committee at Flint.—Mr. Inglis mentioned that Lord Mostyn had promised his hearty support, and that in the event of county matches being held at Mostyn Park the ground! would be prepared free of charge and all arrange- ments made.

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