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BLOOD PURIFYING.

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GARDENING NOTES.

---.-HELPLESS SCHOONER PICKED…

GWYRFAI DISTRICT COUNCIL.

HAVE YOU CATARRH?

A QUARRYMAN'S DEATH.

INFLUENZA INCREASING.

YOUNG WALES IN LONDON.

FOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. COMBINATION. WREXHAM v. BANGOR. At Wrexham, on Saturday. Pestilt Wrexhair- 3; Bangor, 0. WELSH AMATEUR CUP: 5th ROUND. BANGOR RESERVE v. SALTNEY CARRIAGE WORKS. At Baiicior, on Saturday. Both teams were at full strength, but the persistent rain which fell militated against accurate play. For the first twenty-five minutes Bangor pressed con- tinuously, and the inside left culminated the pressure with a goal. Ten minutes after- wards the visitors were awarded a free kick, from which they scored. At half-time the scores were equal. In the second portion, Bangor had the best of the game. although the visiting forwards were frequently danger- ous, and H. Davies, the centre forward, scored twice. Result:—Bansor Reserve, 3 goals; Saltney, 1. SHOTS. The defeat of Bangor at Wrexham on Sat- urday was not unexpected. The club is evidently doomed to occupy a position at the wrong end of the Combination table. After a well fought out game, the Bangor Reserves on Saturday qualified for the semi- final of the Welsh Amateur Cup, at the ex- pense of Saltney, a team compose dot play- ers of senior appearance. The outstanding feature of the first half of the game, which does not call for much com- ment, w?.s the smart defensive work of W. Evans, the home right full back, who time after time baffled the most dangerous for- warS, which the visitors possessed. It was in the second half that the home lot demonstrated their superiority, and their kick and a rush tactics quite non-plussed the visitors, with the result Lhd two more goals were scored. There was only one xault apparent in- th^ Bangor team. and that was due to the half- backs feeding the opposing full backs instead of their own forwards. Next Saturday, at Llandudno. they meet Flint in the final or the North Wales Junior Cup. Only 69 travelled from Bangor by the ex- cursion train run in connection with the in ternational match at Liverpool on Monday.

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