SATURDAY'S RESULTS. NORTH WALES JUNIOH CUP, 1st, ROUND (Replayed tie Prestatyn (h) 3 Denbigh 2 NORTH WALES JUNIOR LEAGUE. Rhyl Ch. Guild (h) 4 Llandudno 0 Abergele (h) 2 ColwynBay.. 3
Blackberry Jelly. Put a quantity of Blackberries into a pre- serving pan with ft cupful of water to keep n them from burning. Let these simmer for t an hour, then strain awax all the juice. Allow fibs lump sugar to every pint of juice, and boil until it thickens and sets when a little is poured on a plate.
Seed Cake. Three ounces butter, 3oz. sugar, tlb. flour, 11 4 2 eggs, teaspoonful of baking powder, and a few carraway seeds. Beat the butter and sugar to a cream, add the eggs one at a time, and finally dredge in the flour, seeds, and baking powder. Put into a paper-lined tin, throw a few seeds on top, and bake in a moderate oven for hour.
Bread and Butter Pudding. Any stale pieces of bread and butter will do for this pudding. First trim off the crust and put the pieces in a piejj £ dish, rLlirow a handful of sultanas on top and then pour over a pint of hot milk (previously sweetened with three table spoonsful of sugar). Let this stand for an hoar, and then add a well beaten egg and bake in a cool oven for 1 to It 1 2 hours.
Pickled Red Cabbage. Strip on' the outside leaves from a good sized red cabbage and cut out the white heart, then cut into fine shreds. Let it stand on a large meat dish for 24 hours, plentifully sprinkled with salt. Next day boil 1 quart of the best vinegar with a little mixed spice, and allow it to get quite cool before pouring on to the cabbage, which should previously have been well drained and put into a large stone jar. Tie down with a bladder to ex- clude the air, and it will be ready for use in a fortnight. n
A Cheap and Tasty Supper Dish. Wash and scrape about 6 fresh herrings, pat them into a fish kettle with sufficient cold water to cover, to which has been added a handful of salt. Boil gently for 20 minutes, then drain and lay the head and tail alter- nately, and serve with a tureen of parsley sauce.
Parsley Sauce. Boil pint of milk, add pepper and salt, and a teaspoonful of well washed and chopped parsley. When boiling point is reached, pour in teaspoonful of thickening (flour and water) and stir well until it thickens, taking care it does not get lumpy. When taken off the fire, add a good sized lump of butter.
Kitchen Wrinkles. Stains on knives, however obstinate or of long standing, will disappear if rubbed with a piece of rawfpotato dipped in brickdust. Chamois leather should never be washed in hot water, which hardens it, but in cold water, with either a little ammonia or a lather of soap. When cleaning combs, never wash them clean by brushing and pulling a piece of cotton through the teeth, always changing it as it gets soiled; then rub with a clean cloth. To soften a beef-steak smear a couple of teaspoonfuLs of salad oil over the meat, place between two plates, and leave it for a few hours works wonders in softening the fibre. n A delicious flavor may be given to coffee by rubbing a lump of sugar which sweetens it over orange or lemon rind. People who like the slice of lemon in their tea will appreciate a slice of lime instead, will give a deliciously piquant flavour.
SEE Hughes, Jeweller's NEW PREMISES, GREENWICH HOUSE, PRESTATYN, Next door to the New Post Office. Daniel Davies, PURVEYOR OF MEAT, Snowdon View, High-st, Prestatyn. Exporter of selected Welsh Mutton and Lamb. Families waited upon for orders. Parcels sent to all parts by Ilail or Post. W. GREY JONES, Plumber, Gas and Electric Bell Fitter, GLAZIER, &c. Residence LABURNUM COTTAGE, High Street, Prestatyn. 10 All Orders personally and promptly attended to. J. E. KELLY, SEEDSMAN AND FLORIST, English & Foreign Fruiterer, 11 1 SEFTON STORES, PRESTATYN. Fresh Vegetables Daily from our own gardens. Choice Cut Flowers a speciality. Private Gardens attended to. W. WHEWAY, NEWSAGENT, Glass and China Warehouse, Norbury House, Prestatyn (Opposite Post Office). HENRY WRIGHT, Builder & Contractor Estimates given for every branch in the Building Trade. Linden Walk, Prestatyn. W. Thomas, A.I.S.E., ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, AND LAND AGENT, PRESTATYN. Preliminary Sketches Free. Reasonable charges. Private Aclclress Radnor Villa, Warren Road.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT PRESTATYN. CHRIST CHURCH (Church of England), High St. 11 a.m. (English) Rev O.J. Da vies, M. A. (Vicar) 5-45 p.m., (Welsh) 7-1-5 p.m.. (English) BETHEL WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, High-si 10 a.m., Mr. J. F. Griffiths, Rhyl. 6 p.m., Rev W. 0. Evans, Rhyl. HOREB WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL,Marine-rc 10 a.m., Rev. W. 0. Evans, Rhyl 6 p.m., Mr. J. F. Griffiths, Rhyl REHOBOTH C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh), High Street 10 a.m., Rev. D. E. Jenkins, Denbigh. 6 p.m., WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, Vic. Av. 10 a.m., Mr T. M. Jones, Llandudno Junction. 6 WELSH BAPTIST CHURCH, Old British School 10 a.m. Pastor M. F. Wynne. () p.n1. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of Wales, Nant Hall Road. 11 a.m., Rev. V. Jones, Rhyl 6-30 p.m. ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHURCH, Station Road. 10-45 a.m., Mr Lewis Jones, Prestatyn. 6-30 p m., Rev W. Bell, Prestatyn. TRINITY CHURCH (Methodist New Connexion). 10-45 a.m., Rev. W. J. Townsend, D.D. 6-30 p.m., CHURCH OF SS. PETER AND FRANCES (Roman Catholic), Gronant Road. Mass 10 a.m., Benediction 6-30. Rev. H. Bickerton Jones.
SUBSCRIBERS TO THE TELEPHONE IN PRESTATYN. Public Call OSice High Street. 4y5 Davies, Danl., Butcher, Snowdon View 6 Dawes, J.T. Mining Engineer, The Lilacs 4x2 Dowell, Thomas and Sons, Butchers, High Street. 0200 Fenton, Thomas, Coach Proprietor, Railway Hotel 12 Flintshire County Constabulary 2y Griffith, Tudor, Physician, Leaton 4x3 Hughes, J. M. Grocer, Wrexham House 4x5 Hughes, T. E., Chemist, High Street 4y4 Hughes, Clement, Solicitor. 3y3 Jewell,Frank,Auctioneer,High-st 4x4 Jones, E., Grocer, Freeland Stores 3yl Jones, J. Lloyd, Chemist, High Street 9 Jones, Thomas, Builder, Islwyn 5x Jones, Arthur W., Provision Dealer, High Street. 4 Littler, Joseph, Grocer, High Street 4y2 Owen, R. E., Butcher, Bradfofd B'ldgs. 13 Post Office, Prestatyn 5 Prestatyn Urban District Council (John Hughes, Clerk) 1 Roberts, A. Foulkes, Solicitor 0199 Thomas, Mrs, Nant Hall Hotel 4x1 Wheway, W., China Merchant, News- agent, &c., High Street 10 Williams, T. Parry, Painter and Deco- rator, High Street 3 Williams, W. Batten, Physician 2 Williams & Richards. Tailors, Drapers, and Furnishers, High Street By permission of the National Telephone' Company, Ltd., who aire not responsible for errors and omissions.
A S FATE-TRUST. "Greater Russia," by Mr. Wirt Gerrare, contains, among other good things, an interesting and instructive account of the power of the State in Russia, and the manner in which it tries to perform and supervise everything: There are State railways and communications. There are the. State forests and domains, State mines, fisheries, and farms, State industries—rail- way, shipping, j rifon', and others; and, latent, the spirit monopoly, worked solely by the. State, and the first year returning a proht of ,lC6 per cent, on i the capita) employed. The State is not only the greatest landowner, but is the greatest trader and the greatest ra lway contractor in the world. It works over 20,000 miles of railway, and, besides administering the various manufacturing I and other depar merits incident to governing a modern State, it is more or !e-s directly responsible for every enterprise undertaken within its territories. It regulates the hours of lal our, and even adjusts the scale of wages; by attracting imports it affects the price of commodities and manufactured goods. In one word, the Russ.an State is a gigantic "trust," endeavouring to regulate its multi- tudinous businesses in a way that will return the largest profit.
THE Flu, AUVEEGNE. The boys of the valley have brought me a fox Entrapped in a snare This morning on quitting his hole i' the rocks He tripp'd on a tangle in front of his lair. Not russet, nor red, but a dun-coloured brown; 'Tis a fox of the hills: A hunter of partridge, a drinker of rills, Now entrapped in a sack to be taken to town. Will I buy him ? Not I ? All the poultry-yard clucks In alarm at the foe; A panic of terror has spread to the ducks, And the geese stand a-flapping their wings in a row. Ay, look at the lamp-coloured glare of his gaze! Js it green ? Is it gold ? 'Tis a fearless dismay and a haughty amaze; 'Tis the soul of a savage unfettered and bold. Ye lads of the furrow and harrow and yoke, is freedom a sin ? Yon wildings and women are friends and akin, Mere vagrants and outlaws, untamable folk Here, take him Adieu! What a noise on the ponds! (There's slit i' the sack, Brother Rett art)'! Be wily.1 one leap from thy bonds! So be off to the mountains and never come back! ) —"The Return to Nature," by MABY DUCLAUX.
One Hundred and One are the requirements of modern life. All that is required for our corres- pondence—note paper, envelopes, pens, ink, and the many small items which enable us to do our writing with pleasure and comfort—these may be had at economical rates from Burrows's Stationery Ware- house, Prestatyn, where the material will be found to suit every taste. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "PRESTATYN WEEKLY." Parliamentary & Board of Trade Notices, Is. per line. Special Paragraph Advertisements, 6d. per line. Long Term Business Advertisments as per contract. Continuous Advertisements and special positions as per contract. Concerts, Entertainments, Sales by Auction, and all other Advertisements not specified in the fore- going or following classes, 4d. per line each inser- tion. Business and Entertainment Advertisements displayed 2s 6d. per inch each insertion. Cheap Prepaid Advertisements. Houses, Shops, Apartments, Farms, &c., To Let, Wanted, Articles Lost, Found, or for Private Sale, Servants or Situations, &c., Wanted Once. Three. Not exceeding 24 words 10 2 0 „ 36 words 16 3 0 and 6d. for every additional 12 wnrcig for first insert. and threepence per subsequent insert. N.B.—This scale only applles to Prepaid advertise- ments and is not applicable to Announcements from Public Bodies, Educational, Bankruptcy, or Liquid- ation Advertisements, nor to other classes than those above enumerated. Births, Marriages, Deaths—Is for three lines. MEW% am wow NMI ik ff u F. S. JENNINGS, PRESTATYN. The)Cheapest Draper. The Smartest Clothier. The most Up-to-Date Outfitter IN THE DISTRICT.
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Prestatyn v. Denbigh. North Wales Junior Cup, First Round (lleplayed Tie.) The above match was played at Prestatyn on Saturday in fine weather, and before a fili-ly good gate. Denbigh made several changes from the team that did duty at Denbigh, being greatly strengthened by the inclusion of players from Mold. The home team made but one change G. Glass taking the place of D. W. Jones. E. Mostyn won the toss for Prestatyn, and the game opened very fast, both goals having some narrow escapes. Stone on the left and R. Hughes on the right sent in some grand centres, but these went abegging, the inside men being rather slow. At this point T. W. Ellis had the misfortune to strain the! muscle of his shoulder, and was obliged to leave the field. With their opponents a man short, Denbigh attacked with vigour, and after forcing several corners Jones beat Glass with a grand shot. That the visitors had brought a good number of supporters with them was apparent from the cheering which took place. T. W. Ellis now pluckily returned with his arm in a sling and at once made his presence felt with a timely clearance when the visitors' forwards were near scoring. Prestatyn now played up and with but five minutes to the interval were awarded a penalty. Price making no attempt to save a spendil drive by R. Hughes. 0 With the scores again equal the homesters attacKed, but Price was in grand form and saved brilliantly. Half time Prestatyn 1 goal, Denbigh 1. After the usual coffee andlbreathing space, operations were once more started, and the s'amo raged fast and furious for some thirty minutes when Prestatyn were awarded another penalty, and as on the first occasion R. Hughes jave Price no chance of savins. J O The delight of the home spectators now knew no bounds and the homesters simply Dombarded the visitors goal, but without success. Denbigh now broke away and Glass, 11 trying to throw away had the ball charged :mt of his hands and rushed into the net. With only two minutes to play the score was still level, but in the last minute tha homesters put on an extra spurt and the ball was kept n the Denbigh goal. every player on both sides (exept Glass) being packed within the penalty area of the visitors' goal, and the ball was rushed through the final touch being put )n by Jack Jones. Hardly had the ball been centred than the final whistle blew with the scores reading Prestatyn 8 goals, Denbigh I goals. I do not think I have ever witnessed a better ■ontested game at Prestatyn, for it was full of jxcitement from start to finish. Although must compliment Prestatyn on their win I lardly think Denbigh deserved to lose. A Iraw would have been about a fair result. Returning to the home players. Glass made some, good saves, especially in the first half, )ut I think he should have stopped the second joal. Taken all through he gave a good exhibition. J. T. Williams is still improving llld played a capital game, kicking with great y b "I I rigour. T. W. Ellis also gave a good display, ind he shewed great pluck in returning after iiis accident. Mostyn was the pick of a grand middle line. The forwards, like last week, were good and bad in turns, R. Hughes and Stone being the pick. The visitors gave a good display all round, their defence being the best. Mr Jones of Holywell again officiated as referee and kept a firm hand on the game.
OVERHEARD. That Prestatyn have been admitted into the North Wales Junior League. That they hope to improve on their position in the Flintshire League last year and become 0 champions of this newly formed League. That the dressing room is now in the 11 Victoria Ball Room, and there wiil certainly be no want of accommodation now. That the players of both teams greatly ap- preciated the coffee at the interval. That Prestatyn have signed on several 0 promising players from Rhyl and Holywell. That W. Thomas (Meliden), and James Roberts (Pen-y cae), gave a good display in the Thursdays v. Chemists match and have both been signed on. That Prestatyn will play a friendly match at Colwyn Bay on Saturday. Prestatyn Thursday team had the Chemists from Rhyl as opponents on Thursday. The home team was certainly the strongest, the pill boys" being defeated by the substantial score of 5 goals to nil. Printed and Published by J. T. BURROWS, High-st.,Prestatyn, in the County of Flint.