GOLF CHAMPIONS. The following is the list of holders of, the title of New Zealand amateur golf champion to date: — 1893 — J. A, Somerville, 0.G.C., at Dunedin. 1894 H. Macneil, 0.G.C., at Christchurch. 1895 — G. Gosset, C.G.C., at Hutt. 1896 M. S. Todd, 0.G.C., at Dunedin. 1897 D. Pryde, H.G.C., at Auckland. 1898— W. Prvde, H.G.C., at Christchurch. 1899 A. D. 'S. Duncan, W.G.0., at Wellington. 1900— A. D. S. Duncan, W.G.C., at Dunedin. 1901— A. D. S. Duncan, W.G.0., at Auckland. 1902 S. H. Gollan, N.G.C., at Christ-
church. 1903 K. Tareha, N.G.C., at Napier. 1904 A. H. Fisher, 0.G.C., at Dunedin. 1905 A. D. S. Duncan, W.G.0., at- Auckland. 1906 S. H, Gollan, N.G.0., at Christchurch. 1907 A. D. »S. Duncan, W.G.C., at Napier. 1908— H. C. Smith. 0.G.C., at Dunedin. 1909 A. D. S. 'Duncan, W.G.C., at Auckland 1910— H. B. Lusk, C.G.C., at Christchurch. 1911— A. D, S. Duncan, W.G.C., at Wan-
ganui. 1912 B, B. Wood. C.G.C., at Wellington. 1913 B. B. Wood, C.G.C.. at Dunedin. 1914 A. D. S. Duncan, W.G.C., at Auckland, The New Zealand open champions to date aro as follow:
1907 A. D. S. Duncan, amateur, Wellington Golf Club, at Napier. 1908— J. A. Clements, professional, Wanganui Golf Club, at Dunedin. 1909 J. A. Clements, professional, Wanganui Golf Club, at Auckland. 1910— A. D. S. Duncan, amateur, Wellington Golf Club, at Christchurch. 1911— —A. D. S. Duncan, amateur, Wellington Golf Club, at Wanganui. 1912 — J. A. Clements, professional, Christchurch Golf Club, at Wellington. 1913 E. S. Douglas, professional, Nelson Golf' Club, at Dunedin. 1914 E, _S. Douglas, professional, Wanganui Golf Club, at Auckland. '
For the benefit of Dunedin and country visitors the Railway Department has decided to run a special train from Dunedin to Gore on Monday next (Labor Day) in connection with the Spring Meeting of the Gore Racing Club. This train leaves Dunedin at 8.5 a.m., reaching Gore at 11.44, and leaves for Dunedin at 7 p.m., arriving at Dunedin at 10.25. Gore race meetings as a rule provide most interesting sport, and from the large fields which are promised for Monday there should be some capital sport. The club possess a fine race track and good accommodation, and the general requirements are quite up to date. The train arrives at Gore at 11.44 a ; m., so that visitors will have plenty of time to get to the course for the first event, which starts about 1 p.m., and get home again the same day. The Oamaru Trotting dub’s Spring Meeting is to be held next Monday (Labor Day). Special excursion fares have been arranged by the Railway Department, and visitors will be able to witness the whole programme. The committee of the Auckland Racing Club Lave adopted the programme fop the Summer Meeting, the stakes being £18,850, an increase of £2,950 compared with last season. The Auckland Oup has been raised from £2,150 to £2,660, making it the most valuable race in the Dominion.
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