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GOLF. I PROPOSED CAPENHURST CLUB. I Mr. J. H. Kern ion was voted to the chair at a meeting held on Wednesday, at the Law Rooms, Liverpool, of gentlemen favouring the formation of a golf dub and links on the Capenhurst estate. He expla/ned that the original plans of Mr. T. Myddelton Shallcresa h-ad been modified, so that the clubhouse could bo constructed on a smaller "-C3.le t,han ori-girt-d ally designed, and extended as the clirb grew. The primary accommodation would consist of lad les' rooms, gentlemen's rcoms, and kitchen. In the same way a, nine-hole course would be laid out. to commence with, the full eighteen- hole course being available as soon as the membership warranted—r«iy in eighteen months. Tho capital would he la i-e-J by a company—which, he believed, would prove a j very good one. All the members were to be liable for their <mbscript.ionr3. The first 100 members were to by admitted without cn- trance fee, at a yeai ly subecripticin of three gicneas, while tho next 150 would be called upon for an entrance fte of two guineas JUS well an the annual subscription. Thus the whole 250 would be admitted on exceedingly favourable terms. After speaking of the ex- cellence of the site and its accessibility from Liverpool, Birkenhead, Chester, and P.irkgate, and auguring a successful career for the club, ho moved :—"That in the opinion of t.h=6 meeting it is desirable to form a golf club upon the Capenhurst. eistaie, a-nd that the meeting lie adjourned to a date to be an- nounced by circular." Mr. Harold Hilton, who had been most favourably im-presi-ed by the site, tjeoor.ded the motion, which was carried Im1t,n:mütmly. In reply to a question, Mr. Reginald J. Hilton said about 30 geritlen,<an had already promised to join the dub, and many were un- avoidably absent from the meeting owing to the Before leaving these present examined both the original and modified plans, with which they expressed great satisfaction.

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