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In the early -weeks of the present year yachtsmen were looking forward to an exceptionally brilliant and interesting season, one destined to mark an epoch in the annals of the sport. The social functions which are features of many of the regattas will necessarily be shorn of the
A Fast Train will leave Belfast 9-5 a.m. for Portrush. and Fast Train will leave Portrush at 7 0 p.m.' for Belfast. , Train will leave Belfast at 9-15 a.in. for Lame Harbour, and Train will leave Larne Harbour *at 8-15 p.m. for Belfast. There are a number of .other important Alt
Miss Cecil Leitch (Carlisle) won the scratch prize with the record score of 80 the Edgware ladies’ open meeting yesterday. Miss Stringer (LitUestone) and Mrs. A 1 bury tied 85 net for the chief handicap prize.
YORKSHIRE v. SOMERSET. Although leading by only 25 on the first innings. Yorkshire gained an easy victory at Sheffield yesterday. the match ending at ten minotes to five. They did none too well in losing their last four wickcta for addition of to the overnight score, and Robson
Demands against the Estate the above Deceased, who died on the 27th day of April, 1910. are requested forthwith send particulars thereof (in writing! to the undersigned, the Solicitors for bis Widow and the intended Administratrix his Estate, Dated this 24th day May, 1910. GEORG
From ai. early hour yesterday morning cables from all pans the Empire, with the scores obtained rifle clubs shooting in the *'Dailv Mail Empire Day rifle contest, were reaching Guidon, iv* far the highest score has Won obtained by the Grenville Technical College. Svdnev. New*>ut
ITALIAN TRAVELLERS SIMLA. Simla, Tuesday. • The Marquis Grain accompanied by Doctor Anfongini, has arrived her® from Italy. The party was shot Bedouins after leaving Palmyra, near Damascus. The return journey, via Persia, has been abandoned.
Yesterday was Empire Day, and the Daily Telegraph says—As an island attempting stand alone can have iw future comparable in relative importance with our Unless can promote co-operation between the Mother Country and Greater Britain by every possible means, unless we can knit wit