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HOLYHEAD. A TRAMP IN TROUBLE. On Mon- day at the Police Court, before Mr R. J. Edwards and Mr Joseph Hall, P.C. William Falloon charged a tramp, who gave the name of Francis Reilly, for hawking with- out a license. The case having been proved to the satisfaction of the magis- trates a fine of 5s. including co.:ls, was im- posed, or in default 3 days' imprisonment. SUCCESS OF A HOLYHEAD STU- DENT. We are pleased to find that the Rev David William*, B.A., of Holyhead, last week gained an cpen classical scholar- ship of £ 80 a year for four years at Jesus College, Oxford. He was educated at the Holyhead Board School, the Oswestry High School, and was lately a graduate at the Aberystwyth University, where he had a distinguished career. INTER-MEDIATE EDUCATION. — There are prospects of an intermediate school being established shortly. The Schcel Governors have secured for £ 450 a site rear Cerrigyllech. The school build- ■ ings, in addition to the site, are likely to I cost about £ 3000. The accumulation of the amount received during the past five years towards the maintenance of the school is considerably, and the: Charity Commissioners have promised to consider favourably a proposal to use a portion of this amount in the event of the governors obtaining a fair amount of subscriptions from those interested in the town. FOOTBALL. — HOLYHEAD v. CHES- TEl LOCOS. — On Saturday, a match was played between Holyhead and Chester I Looos at the Oval, Kingsland. Holyhead won the toss and the play opened even. At last Holyhead gave the Cestrians a chance ci showing the quality of their backs and goal defence. Their goalkeeper and backs defended splendidly. Play continued in the Chester half, Holyhead several times bombarding, their ghal. Chester broke away and- tested the home custodian, who saved grandly. The game was stopped at this stage for a few minutes owing to an injury to trailers Bogue, the centre for- ward. A good run by Campbell forced a corner, which, although well placed, proved fruitless, and the interval arrived without a score. In the second half Holyhead played up .the slope, and after a few min- utes' spirited play John Rowlands scored from a scrimmage. Shortly after this F. Bogue sccred clor-e ouarters, and af- terwards from [I. grand long, shot. A few minutes from the close Chester scored an easy goal. Result: Hclvhead, 3 goals; Chester Lc-ec:s, 1 gcal. ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES. At the Police Court, on Friday, before Mr T. Forcer Evans and Mr Joseph Hall, John Finn.-Iga,n w.<; charged with cbtriring monev by false pretences. — Mr T. R, Evans, who appeared for the prosecution, stated that the prisoner on the 27th ultimo went with a member to the Lord Edward Social Club and asked the manager (Mr M. Conroy) if he had ta blank cheque he could give him on the North and South Wales Bank. The manager said that he had none in his pos- session, but that ho would go with him to his mother-in-law (Mrs Mahon) and get him one, and accordingly they went to see her and and she gave the prisoner a blank cheque. He asked her if she would cash it for him, but we declined. The prisoner then proceeded to the South Stack Vaults, and there r^ked Mr Lacy to cash him a cheque for tr,, which Mr Lacy did on the pnfioner stating that he had a banking ac- °°Wkich was found not to be the ease-. After evidence had been given prisoner v as committed to the ouarter sessions for trial.

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