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HINTS FOR THE HOME.

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SUNDAY SERVICES AT PRESTATYN.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR MARCH.

LOCAL TIDE TABLE.

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FOOTBALL NOTES.

Prestatyn v. Llandudno.

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Prestatyn v. Llandudno. Football matches on Saturdays have been conspicuous by their absence at Prestatyn, the last match taking place as far back as November 18th of last year, when the locals beat Rhyl Victoria on the Marine Road ground. So it is time we saw a little of our local team. On Saturday Prestatyn entertain Llandudno who will make their first appearance at Prestatyn. Llandudno boast an International Ground, but at its very best it would never come up to the Marine Road Ground. Why not a semi-ifnal or final game—or an Inter- national if it comes to that-played at Prestatyn ? A great game is sure to be the outcome of Saturday's fixture. Although Prestatyn beat Llandudno a fortnight ago on their own ground, the home team will find that they will have to go all the way to win. Still I think we can safely count on a couple more points. The following team will probably do duty for Prestatyn and they can be depended upon to give a good account of themselves Goal W. Glass; backs, J. T. Williams, and Pryce Jones halves, T. Brooks, Jack Jones, and Bell Jones forwards, J. Parry, E. Hol- brook, R. Hughes, G. Glass, and L. Watts. Abergele in making a draw at Rhyl with the Guild did Prestatyn a good turn, for the Guild are our most dangerous opponents. E. Mostyn assisted Abergele on Saturday, but will probably don the blue shirt again shortly. Printed and Published by J. T. BURROWS, High-st.,Prestatyn, in the County of Flint.

MOTOR RAILWAY.—March.

TRINITY CHURCH.