IMPORTS. During the past week only four stiMUßers landed cattle, sheep carcases, pork, and freeh beef ai Liverpool from the various North and South American and Canadian ports. The vessels, with their freights, were as follow: —The Ulstermare, with 438 ca&tle; the Armenian, with
A meeting of the Golfing Union of Ireland was held in the Metropole Hotel, Dublin, on the 23rd inst.—Mr. Justice Barton presiding. The following championship dates were arranged Irish professional. and 10th June, at Dollymount; Irish close, June, Dollymount; Irish open, 29ih Aug
Th® annual meeting of the Ladies' Golf Union was held yesterday at the Hotel Windsor, Westminster. Mr. Talbot Fair presided, and 69 dubs represented. Twelve new clubs were elected, making a total membership of 293. Entries for the ladies’ championship Westward Ho 2nd May close 1
HENLEY. FROM OUR OWN New York, Thursday. The “Tribune” states that the committee of the Columbia University Rowing Club are considering the feasibility sending a crew England to compete Henley regatta. In the «v»nt. the visit being decided upon it hoped to arrange boat race with
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