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A SAD END.

LITERATURE FOR WOMEN.

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CARDIGAN.

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VACANCY.

THE WELSH CHALLENGE CUP.

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THE WELSH CHALLENGE CUP. The result of the first ties has been as follows Bangor v. CarnarvonâWon by Bangor, one goal to none. Friars School (Bangor) v. Rhyl-Woir by Friars School, one goal to none.. Wrexham v. Corwen-Won by Wrexham, two goals to none. Llangollen v. MoldâWon by Llangollen, eight goals to one. Llanerchrugog v. ForestersâWon by Llanerchrugog, three goals to none. Ruabon v. ChirkâWon by Chirk, one goal to none. Newtown v. AberystwythâWon by Newtown, four goals to one. White Star v. All Saints-Won by White Star, two goals te none. Druids v. Civil Service-Druids scratched. Depot 23rd R.W.F. v. Trinity (ShrewsburY)-Depot scratched. Oswestry-A bye. A committee meeting was held at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Oswestry, on 1 uesday^ evening, October 29 Mr. Morgan, Newtown, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were confirmed, and amongst other business transacted was an addition made to Rule 3 of the Cup Competition Rules, viz., the following words added after the word "Cup"â"Unless actually a resident in the Principality." The draws for the second ties then took place, and resulted as follows, viz.:â Oswestry v. Civil Service, at Oswestrv. Chirk v. Trinity, at Chirk. Bangor v. Llanerchrugog, at Bangor. Friar's School v. Wrexham, at Bangor. Llangollen v. White Star, at Llangollen. Kewtnwn, a bye. At the previous meeting, upwards of twenty design^ for Challenge Cup were submitted to the meeting, and after a long discussion, a design sent in by Benson, London, was selected, subject to slight alteration, to ma^e it more emblematic of Wales. This cup will be one of the handsomest challenge cups possessed by any kindred associations. The order for the medals w g h to m. Lutt, Chester. At present the Association ha. arranged to play Staffordshire, in Wales, on December 14th next, and England at the Oval, Jan"a*7-*f nex"' Matches are also being arranged with Lancashire. Printed by EDWARD WOODAIX, and Published for the Proprietors at the dwelling-house of JACOB JONES, High-street, Bala, IN the county of Merioneth; of JOHPT GIBSON, 3, Queen's-ron. Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan; and of DAVID LLOVK, Portniailoc. in the county of Carnarvon. Fruity, Xi>ftnl>cr 1\3.

RESURRECTION POTATOES.

THE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

THE ABERYSTWYTH MAYORALTY.

SOME NOTICES.

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