"A rustic fence, consisting of undressed tree trunks varnished, has been put around the new club house."
The same newspaper notes that...
"For the convenience of lady golfers, joiners are presently engaged in putting up a temporary club-house at Lundin Links. It is understood that a more substantial building will be put up in next year."
Indeed, a more substantial club house for the ladies was built in 1897 and was subsequently moved in 1909 to its present site.
If you know when the 'rustic fence' was removed from the Lundin Golf Club, please comment. I'd also be interested to see a photograph of the temporary ladies club house mentioned or the present building on its original site.