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SUNDAY SERVICESI 'AT PRESTATYN.

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.

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MOTOR RAILWAY.-March.

North Wales Junior League.

Prestatyn v. Abergele.

To the Editor of the " Prestatyn…

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To the Editor of the Prestatyn Weekly." Snt,—Referring to a letter in last week's Weekly, signed A Supporter," will you kindly allow me a small space to differ from those remarks ? Seeing that "A Supporter" writes of being in- timated with the inner workings of the club, I take it he is a member of the committee. He asks why was Holbrook made an example of ?" Holbrook having shown signs of stateness has been given a rest. Surely because a player is dropped for a week it does not make an example" of him. Regarding the Rhyl players A Supporter (if he be a member of committee—as I have pointed out he must be) should know that the matter has been thoroughly thrashed out by the committee, and it was decided that we had not enough players with- out going away for them. Thus the committes pick the best team from their signed men, and are in no way partial to Rhyl players. A Supporter states that the reason for the poor support of the club is the introduction of players from Rhyl. Let me point out that the best gates Prestatyn have had were v Flint U.A.C. and Mold last season, when only two local men were in the team. There are now seven, leaving only four Rhyl players (which, by the way, is not the majority as stated by A Supporter.") Thanking you in anticipation. J. P. LlNNEIiL (ex Hon. Sec.) Printed and Published by J. T. BUKRO WS, High-st.,Prestatyn, in the County of Flint.

■DR. DAVIES' SAD DEATH.

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