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r - Round and About.

I Army, Militia, and -Volunteers.---

IMEETINGS OF TEACHERS AT WREXHAM.

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IColonial and Foreign News.

PRESENTATION TO DR. McDONALD,…

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Notes on the Arts.

Ecclesiastical.-_____1

Capital and Labour.

THE ASSEMBLY OF PARLIAMENT.…

MOLD SCHOOL BOARD. -1

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CRICKET.

I FOOTBALL.

THE WELSH CUP.

) WELSH JUNIOR CUP.I

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) WELSH JUNIOR CUP. I I DIVISION I. I Carnai von Ironopolis scratched to Queen's Ferry Ironopolis. BANGUI; RESERVE v, FLINT Swii.-rs.-This tie was played 011 the ground of the former. Both teams played a remarkab y good game, and before half-time a penalty kick fell to Bangor. This was taken by the cf.nire half, and amidst tremendous cheering he scored. Before crossing over the Juaiors were again successful. The latter half of the game was mostly in the hands of Bangor, and they added two more goals to their credit, thus winning by four goals to none. I DIVISION II. I NEW WESTMINSTER V. MOLD RED STARS.âThe former team had the best of the game, and won by five goals to one. BUCKLEY VICTORIA v. RHOSftOBIi.-Fintl result:- Buckley Victoria four goals, Rhosrobin one goal. I DIVISION ra. I WREXHAM OLD BOYS Y. OVERTON JUNIORS.âPlayed at Overton, on Saturday, and ended in a win for the home team by two goals to none. WREXHAM RESERVE V. RUABON ALBION.âThis tie was played on Wrexham Racecourse, on Saturday, in stormy weather. The home team were short of two of their usual players, but they gave a good exhibition. Wrexham scored first, but before the interval the visitors drew level. The teams thus crossed over with the score one goal each. Thus the game remained until some minutes off time, when Wrexham put on a second point, and passed into the third round by two goals to one. The winning team was as follows :âGoal, Humphreys backs, J. Jones and Brown half-backs, W. Davies, W. Lloyd, and D. Williams right wing, R. Griffiths and A. McGuiness; left wing, Jones and Williams centre, Banners. Referee, Mr W. H. Cotton, of Rhos- tvllen. I DIVISION IV. I HORSEHAY ALBION V. JNEWTOX KESFRVE.Flayed at Newton in miserable weather. Horsehay were the first to get through, and quickly scored two goals. Newton got one, and at half-time the score wa :â Horsehay 2 goals, Newton one goal. Final Scoreâ Hon:ehay 2 goals, Newton one. DAWI.EY TowN v. CARsws.-Played at Dawley, and ended in an easy victory for the home team by six goals to one. Twenty minutes off time, Caersws asked the Roferee (Mr G. H. Jones, Shrewsbury), permission to leave the ground owing to the rain pouring down, which was at once granted. CHIRK RESERVE V. SHREWSBURY ATHLETIC.âWith commendable punctuality these teams faced each other at Chirk, on Saturday. The Salopians winning the toss, Williams put the leather in motion for the Welshmen, and a raid on the visitors' fortress followed. A few minutes off the interval. Williams scored for the homesters, who crossed over leading by one goal to none.âOn the sphere being re-started, the Chirk men assumed the aggressive. The Athletics improving in their display, shortly after invaded the home territory. At this juncture the Salopians were playing a somewhat more effective game, while the Welshman, on the other hand, fell off considerably. Leake, being given a free course while in possession, the Athletic drew level with a somewhat easy goal. With only about ten minutes to play, Chirk tried to amend their ways, and Nichols was tried with high and low shots, but to no purpose. After a free kick for the homesters within easy access of their opponents' charge, the globe journeyed to the other end, where the Salopians were given a corner, which, after a brisk scrimmage, resulted in the leather being placed in the net for the second time within five minutes. From the centre kick, the ball was taken to the home defence, where an injudicious corner was conceded, from which the globe was headed past Jones for the third time and the result, doubtless, was a welcome surprise to the visitors, in scoring three goals within the last ten minutes. The final result was a win for the Athletic by three goals to one. The following were the teams :âChirk: Goal, T. E. Jones backs, J. Rogers and J. Roberts; half backs, T. Butler, W. Hoggins, and W. Kynaston right wing, G. Butler and T. Williams left wing, R. Williams and W. Wynne; centre, E. Williams. Linesman, Mr W. Parrish. Shrewsbury Athletic Goal, Nichols backs, Liversey and Howell half- backs, Powell, Downes, and Harrison right wing, L"ke and Davies left wing, Walker and Pickin centre. Harris. Linesman, Mr J. Rigby. Referee, Mr i li. T. Gough, Oswestry.

I WEDNESBURY CHARITY CUP.…

I SCHOOL LEAGUE.

SHROPSHIRE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE.

I THE LEAGUE.

THE ENGLISH CUP.

FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER…

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