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FORESTERS'FETE AND GALA AT BARRY DOCK TOWN. SPORTS AT THE WITCHILL ATHLETIC GROUNDS. The annual fete and gala in connection with the Foresters Court, meeting at the Witchill Hotel was held on Wednesday afternoon last. About two o'clock the members assembled at the lodge room, attired in the imposing regalia of the order, and a procession having been formed, headed by the local Brass Band, under the eonductorship of Mr T. Buckler, they per- ambulated the principal streets of the town, carrying "en route "a gorgeous and suitably inscribed silk banner. Returning to the Witchill Athletic Grounds, a series of sports and amusements were successfully held, a large number of valuable prizes, supplied by Mr A. W. Newman, watchmaker and jeweller, Greenwich House, High-street, Barry Dock Town, were competed for in the presence of a numerous con- course of spectators. Music was also contributed on the ground by the band, and after the sports, dancing and other innocent pastimes were indulged in. The principal officials of the sports were :âJudges of horse racesâMr W. Thomas (The Hayes) and Dr O'Donnell; judges of foot races-Metsf3 R. G. Morris and W. Williams starterâMr J. Lewis. The fol- lowing were the results of the competitions:â 120 YARDS HANDICAP FOR BOYS UNDER 14. FIRST HEAT.â1, R. Edwards, Barry Dock Town 2, O. Mooney, Barry Dock Town. SECOXD HEAT.â1, A. Hoddinott, Barry Dock Town 2, W. Walker, Barry Dock Town. FINAL.â1, biscuit box value 10s, Owen Mooney, Barry Dock Town 2, pair of nut crackers in case, 5s, R. Edwards, Barry Dock Town. 120 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP. FIRST HgAT.-1, J. Evans, Ystrad; 2, E. S. Chap- pell, Cardiff. SECOND HEAT.â1, J. Baynham, Trealaw 2, E. Rees, Caerphilly. THIRD HEAT.â1, Ernest George, Porth; 2, R. Williams, Ynysybwl. FOURTH HEAT.â1, A. Wakeford, Ystrad; 2, D. Thomas, Treforest. SEMI-FINAL, âFirst heat. -1, E. S. Chappell, Cardiff; 2, J. Baynham, Trealaw. Second heat.â1, R. Wil- liams, Ynysybwl; 2, E. George, Porth. FINAL.â1, engraved tea set, C3, J. Baynham, Tre- alaw 2, silver cup, £1, R. Williams, Ynysybwl 3, butter dish and trowel, 10s, E. George, Porth. SACK RACE. 1, pint can, 10s, R. D. Churchill, Barry Dock Town 2, jelly dish, 5s, J. Smith. Barry Dock Town. PONY RACE. FIRST HEAT.âMr J. Alexander's (Dinas Powis) Helen 2, Mr H. Baker's (Winsford) Clara Nelly. SECOND HEAT.1, Mr H. Baker's (Winsford) Uncle Jim 2, Messrs Morgan Brothers' (Barry Dock Town) Little Bessie. FINAL.1, .tea set and waiter, £ 4, Mr H. Baker's (Winsford) Uncle Jim 2, silver hot water jug, 30s, Mr H. Baker's Clara Nelly 3, horse shoe toast rack, 10s, Mr Gray's (Barry Dock Town) Polly. OBSTACLE RACE. FIRST HEAT.-l, H. Powell, Barry Dock Town; 2, J. Venning, Barry Dock Town. SECOND HEAT.â1, R. D. Churchill, Barry Dock Town 2, O. Owens, Ystrad. FINAL.â1, silver plated tea pot, 20s, H. Powell, Barry Dock Town 2, breakfast cruet, 10s, J. Ven- ning, Barry Dock Town. 440 YARDS OPEN HANDICAP. FIRST HEAT.-1, D. Thomas, Treforest; 2, R. S. Seldon, Cardiff; 3, J. Rosser, Cardiff. SECOND HEAT.â1, R. D. Churchill, Barry Dock Town 2, R. Williams, Ynysybwl; 3, E. S. Chappell, Cardiff. J Fi FINAL.â1, tea kettle and stand, S3, D. Thomas, Treforest; 2, silver cup, 20s, J. Rosser, Cardiff; 3, butter dish, 10s, R. S. Seldon, Cardiff. TUG OF WAR. Four teams (Bandsmen, Bookmakers, Riggers, and Navvies) competed. The Bandsmen's team, com- posed of members of the. Cadoxton Brass Band, won the prize. I CONSOLATION BACE. j 1, silver cup, 20s, E. Rees, Caerphilly: 2. W. G Consett, Cardiff.

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