There » largo entiy for the Open Ladies' Foresomet held on 19th inst. Tho prizes were kindly presented by Miss M. C Alexander, winners being Mrs, R. Barnett and Miss Brown. Fourth Round —Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. M'Ervel heat Mrs. Yoxo'l and Mrs. Chambers—3 and 2. Mrs. and Miss Arb
ua» Receipts vW» 718 COEN opened irregular at ic. jr down, and went lower on larger lowa offering?, more nr? being available, favourable weather, and romnnstionhouse selling: then recovered under small stoc*N the strength of cash. Bull support, and active Short covering. Another
The Materials, all new, having been carefully Stored and Tended, consist of approximately : 18.000 FT. KD., ANGLE & OVAL SOLID STEEL DRAWN TUBES. G,OOO GALLONS VARNISHES. DOPES. PIGMENTS, &c. IN CARBOYS. DRUMS. AND TINS. 13 TONS STEEL STRAINING CORDS. CABLING, STREAMLINE WIRE, 3
Btrawsoo’s Potato Sprayers.—Without fear of ousatcadletion, give credit of introducing the art of Potato Spraying in Ireland to the late Mr. Strawson, who spent the latter years of his life for the benefit of his fellow-man eradicate kill oof the potato disease. He constructed a
AT THE SHOW. It is the stock food with a reason in every big, bulky, crisp, golden flake. It is selected, cooked, milled, and blended to scientific formula—not by chance, and Is made from pure cereals only. Your Dealer can now supply year ‘CUBENDO’ needs. Is the food Oaf not bo
While bathing Windsor yesterday Piper Macrae, Ist Soots Guards, got into difficulties. Hia comrades brought him ashore, but died later in hospital. Deceased, who was aged 20, was native of Stroma Ferry, Roes-shire.
At the conference the -National Association of Head Teachers at York yesterday resolution was carried, after an animated debate, in favour of nursery schools for infant*. It was also resolved that in tho interest* of education it was vitally important that classes in’ preparator