35 p.m. 5/6 Ist Cl. 4/- 2nd Cl. 2/9 3rd Cl. TO DONAGHADEE. From BELFAST at 10-0 a.m. and 2-30 p.m., Returning from DONAGHADEE at 5-25 and 7-30 p.m. 2/6 lot CL 2nd CL 1/3 3rd Cl. TO BANGOR. From BELFAST All Trains from 9-30 a.m. till 6-30 p.m.. Reluming from BANGOR any Train up t
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The weather yesterday at Newcastle left nothing to be desired when the spring meeting of .this club was oommenced. The fixture for the day was a foursomes competition—open to members all recognised golf clubs. Play was 9 hole heats under handicap, and there was a large entry. In
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