PRINTING CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS. POSTERS. BEST WORK AT LOWEST RATFS BOOKBINDING OF AU KINDS AT SEASONABLE PRICES. MAGAZINES FROM ONB SHILLING PER VOLUME. HERALD OFFICfc. CARNARVON1. MARINE HOTEL (CENTRE OF PKOMENADS AND BAY), LLANDUDNO. TARIFF ON APPLICATION. rl!:J8 BEDDGELEET. ROYAL GOAT HOTEL. THIS First-class Old- -L established Family House, acknowledged to be one of the most com- fortable Hotels in the Kingdom, is beautifully situated by the foot of Snowdon. It has excellent Coffee, Billiard, Drawing and Smoke Rooms. Coaches daily between Carnarvon, Portmadec, Llanberis, Pettwsycoed, and the Hotel. Good Fishing. Luncheons ready on ar- rival of all Coaches. Moderate Charges. T205 MRS RHYS THOMAS, Proprietress. ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL LLANBERIS. IhfDEft NEW PROPRIR- TOBSHIP. THIS Hotel it situated JL at the junction of the two lakes, at the foot of Snowdon. H:15 large Coffee I?oom, Ladies' Drawing Room, Bath Poom, Billiard Room, Smoking Room, aad up- wards of 40 Bedrooms, with beautifully laid out Grounds. Posting in all its Branches Ponies and Guides to Snowdon. Boats on the Lakes. Rednc-l Boarding Terms from September 30th to 80th June. 11. _ww 4 -1 11 I BOATS OX THE L AKE. QUI DBS TO SNTOWDON POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. COXCHES run daily to Be fct way coed, Beddgelert, and Portmadoc. Luncheons at all hours of the day. PADARN VILLA HOTEL. Tariff on Application. r236 LLANBERIS, NORTH WALES BETTWSYC OED. Posting in all its branches. Open and Close Carriages at Shortest Notice. Swallow Falls. Fairy Glen, Conway Falls, Ogwen and other Lakes. Capel Curig and Llanberis Pass, And other most interesting places at easy distances from this Hotel. Ticket for Fishing obtainable at this Hotel. GLAN ABER HOTEL. p:VA1™^ The Upper Middle Class House. TVfT>C! A w» vo Hot and Cold Luncheons on Arrival of Coaches. A. tj V A!\Oj Moderate Terms. PBOPHIETBKSS >214 BETTWS-Y-COED. MRS. SPINES, CARLTON HOUSE RESTAURANT TRE MOST BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED SPOT AT POXTIPAIR BRIDGE. LOVELY VIEWS. apartments, beds. MODERATE CHARGES. rC12 I ^23"d-OIEfc, WalGB. = THE GEORGE HOTEL TEE most charmingly situated Hotel in North Wales, standing in its own extensive Grounds on the most pleasant part of the Banks of the Menai Straits, commanding a splendid view of the Island of Anglesey, also of the famous Suspension and Tubular Bridges, and within easy distance by carriage, coach, boat, or rail of all the places interesting and attractive to visitors. The combined air of mountain and sea render the locality a most health restoring resort, and the _v —a of »h« Pntpl makes it n depirilble Winter Residence. THE NEWBOROUGH ARMS HOTEL, i LLAK FIE S TIN 10 G. J One of the Oldest Family and Visitors' Ilotwl.1 Terms Moderate. RSS f. EDWARDS, PROPRIETOR. TANYBWLCH VALE OF FESLTNIOG. OAKELEY ARMS HOTEL. THIS Establishment ia sittlatpd in the heart of the above Vale. Visitors staying or visiting -L this HOTEL eau have Free A evess to the Beautiful Grounds of W. E. OAKKLEY. ESQ. Excellent Angling. Boating, etc. The MOST ROMANTIC WATER FALLS IN WALES are within Three Miles distant. Postal and telegraphic offioe in the Hotel. Stations for this IloW are the Narrow Gauge, Festiniog Railway and Maentwrog on the Great Western (Bala and Festiniog Line.) Conveyances to and from Stations. Hot and cold Baths. Lawn Tennis. L. J. RAE. PROPRIETRESS. r96 COLWYN TEMPERANCE HOTEL COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOUSE. HUMPHREY JONES, <B E D D G E L E R T. COACH LEAVING BEDDGELERT FOR PORTMADOC AND MEETS rl07 ALL TRAINS DAILY. LL ANBEEIS. DOLBADARN HOTEL, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOUSE. CHOICE WINES AND SPIRITS.—MILD AND BITTER ALES AND POfilEfc. ONIES AND GUIDES TO SNOWBON.—ESTABLISHED 1806, C.T.C. HEAD-QUARTERS PROPRIETOR :f". Q. THOMAS- ROYAL VICTORIA FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, SOUTH BEACH, PWLLHELI, NORTH WALES. EVERY modern convenienc and home comforts. Moderate Tariff and Speoial Arrangements for Families. This Hotel commands excellent Views. Special Boats & Bathing Machines belonging to this Hotel for use. JAMES WATKINS. PBOPBIKTOB .'J,LQ A- LLANRWST, NORTH WALES. THE VICTORIA HOTEL. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL. Posting in all Branches. Good Stabling. Billiards, &c. A CONVEYANCE MEETS ALL TRAINS. Coaches from Liandudno and Colwyn Bay dnily on Loop and other Tours. This Hotel is adtriirably aftaated and is a Ceutre from which the most beautiful Scenery in North Wales may be v'sited. 'TERMS AS ODE RATE. TARIFF ON APPLICATION r237 J. M. MORGAN. WILLIAM BROOKES, FAMILY BUTCHER, CLONMEL STREET (2g^T £ K3, LLANDUDNO. PRIMEST WELSH AND ENGLISH MUTTON AND LAMB, BEEF, VEAL. PORK, &c. ALL OBDBRE PROMPTLY A-rrKMDKD TO. 177—51 S. A. 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I P;y "THE LOITERER."J I After a good spell of hard frost and bad weather, a welcome change was experienced throughout the land on Saturday, the aun shining forth its brilliant rays in a magni- ficent manner, and reminding folk of she bright time coming. Wales had two international struggles on Saturday, one under the Rugby rules, the other under the Association rules, the former being the last of the series, and the latter being the first of their kind. The Rugby International match, viz., Wales T. Ireland, came off at Cardiff, before about 20,000 spectators not counting, of course, those confuting themselves with hedge tickets, telegraph poles, and other means of observing the game. Neither teams appeared as selected at first, but ib was ad- mittofl that Iralaiid, possessed by far the strongest team that has represented that country this season. It was a lively game, but gallant little Wiles proved too good fo* the Irishmen, the homesters winning by a gwl to a try-five points to three—which does not by any means give the proper result of the abilities of both teams, as the Welsh- Hlen by their play ought to have scored heavier. This result makes Ireland the "wooden epoonists" of the Rugby Internationals for the season. Scotland leada with all three wins, England next with two, Wales one, Ireland none. Of the eleven matches played agaimst Irelamd, Wales have won six, lost four, the remaining one being a. drawn game. Tke other International match, that of Ireland against Wales, came off at the Clifton ville Ground, Belfast, before 8000 spectators. Tho interest evinced in this match was marred to a great extent bv the bad show Ireland made at De-rby the previous Saturday. The teams were well balanced, the play being a Jittle in favour of Ireland. The visitors were the first to score, through the instrumentality of H. Trainer, Wrexham, but the homesters obtained two goals before the interval, and just a few minutes before the call of time, after Meredith and Trainer had made several unsuccessful attempts at scoring, the former sent in a clinker from the line which just passed below the Irish bar. This equalised affairs, and the game ended in a draw of two goals each. Trainer (Preston North End) played »rand at goal for Wales, as did both Arridge (Ever- ton) at back, and Jones (Sheffield United.) at half. Of tha forwards, the left wing, (Parry and Lewis) were the best while Meredith and Davies fought hard but H. Trainer at centre was not so successful. Trainer at centre was not so successful. Turning to the local matches, the Carnar- von Ironopolis Reserves played a return friendly with the Carnarvon Rangers, but I was kept fast by the influenza fiend from witnessing it. There wa» a oetter gate, I was told, than on the previous Saturday, the Rangers' supporters being in the majority. Both teams were well represented, but this game did not improve on its predecessor for its roughness, and it resulted in a win for the Rangers by one goal to nil. A very exciting game was witnessed at Lbmrwst, between the home eleven and Crewo Coppenha.ll team. The la.st occasion these teams met, Coppenhall were victors by three goals to nil, viz., in the first round of the IIKMI'II competitions at Carnarvon. Although the score was good, I held then that Llannvst wore equal to them in their play, only OoppenhaH managed to put three very funny goals to their credit. On Satur- day, however, the tables were turned, and Llanrwst defeated the visitors by four goals to three. The 'Bangor and Holywell teams met in a Welsh League enoounter, and a drawn game of two goals each was the result. The table stands thus Matches. Goals. £ w. L. S F. A. Points Rhyl. 9. 6. 2. 126.96.36.199 Flint 9. 5. 3. 1.39. 9.11 Llandudno 6. 4. 1. 1.15.11. 9 I Bangor 9. 1. 4. 4.13.18. 6 Ruthin 6. 2. 4. 0.11.24. 4 Holywell 7. 1. 5. 1. 5.31. 3 The Llandudno Swifts managed to enter the final tie for the North Wales Coast Senior Cup on Saturday, defeating Flint by one goal to nil. The Llandudno team were not fully represented. The match caitio off at St. Asaph, and there was a large crowd to witness it,. Flint pressed in the first half. but the Swifts defence was very sound, and nothing was scored up to half time. After the interval tho Swifts scored through, the instrumental- ity of J. Roberts. Each goal after this was attacked in turn, but no more goals were ob- tained, the Swifts retiring the winners of a fast and exciting game by one goal to none. Tho following represented LiMtdudno — Gon.1, R. J. Williams backs, F. Jones and W. Hughes halves, E. Hughes (captain), Knight and R. (). Williams; forwards, 110- berts. Turner, Bevan, Arnold Jones, and T. Owen. It is a singular fact that each time the Llandudno teams have met those of Flint in cup ties this season, the latter have been defeated on each occasion by one goal to nil. HT, the final tie will be between Bangor and Llandudno, and as it will be played on neutral ground, it is well for the Llandudno team. There two semi-final ties for the Welsh Junior Cup brought to a conclusion on Satur- day. The first was between Caergwrle Wan- derers and Shrewsbury Town Reserves, at Oswestry, and resulted in an ea.sy win for the Caergwrle team by four goals to nil. The other was between Bangor Reserves and Adwy United (Wrexham), at Flint. Play began in the most lively manner, and Bangor were not' long in making the first score. Th" play then assumed a more des- parate form, both sides fouling repeatedly. Bangor, however, were constantly giving proofs of their superior strength, and at half- time had two goals against their opponents one. The second half of the game was equally interesting, both goals being threatened in turn. Tho Bangor backs and goalkeeper played a fine game, the keeper on one occa- sion breaking the l'rOS8- bu in attempting to save. The Bangor forwards were also able players, and succeeded in putting in a third goal. Shortly after the restart the Adwy United carried the ball before them to the goal of the Reserva men, but Bangor suc- ceeded in resisting the attack. The result was Bangor Reserve, four goals Adwr United, one. In tl e Welsh League, the Westminster Rovers managed to deaf eat the Rhostrllen Victoria at Stansty Park,, near Wrexham, by five goals to one. The list corrected is as follows — Matched. Goals. P. W. L. D. fT^A?Points Wrexham 14.11. 1. 188.8.131.52 Druids .15. 7. 4. 184.108.40.206 Chirk 12. 6. 2. 220.127.116.11 W'minster R. 13. 6. 3. 18.104.22.168 Brymbo .10. 5. 1. 22.214.171.124 Rbostyllen.13. 7. 8. 1.32.53. 9 MoldR.StarB.13. 3. 9. 1.22.52. 7 Caergwrle W. 8. 2. 5. 1.20.43. 5 I Rhos 11. 0.11. 0. 9.59. 0 ir T The Wrexham Reserves had an easy do of it against Buckley Victoria in a Denbighshire and Flintshire League match, on Wrexham Racecourse, by beating them to the extent of eight goals to one, that one being the first scored in the game. On Monday afternoon, at Kensington, Wales met England in. their International Association engagement, the Welsh team hav- ing arrived in town from Belfast, on Sunday same colours earned by that great horse Isin- glass in his numerous victories. The after- noon was fine and warm, tke ground was in. excellent condition for fast plav. and the wind was so slight that it hardly affected the ocurse of the ball. There was a fairly large crowd, and the spectators were most enthusiastic, and the continual and loud cheering for Wales showed that those who adore the leek were niaiir and vociferous -!I There was nothing very striking throughout the game, ends being changed with a clean sheet. After the interval, the Welshmen were the first to score, Lewis doing the trick but the Englishmen managed to equalise, and the game ended in a draw of one goal each. There was no combination sliown on either side, and Trainer had very little to do; Jenkins (Small Heath) doing well at centre half. This result makes Wales one point in front of Ireland, and therefore, the latter, I te- lieve, must content themselves with being the "wooden spootiists" of both games this year. The following team will represent Wales against iScotland at Wrexham on Saturday- next: —Walea J. Trainer (Preston North End), goal J. Edwards (Oswestry) and C. Parry (Everton), backs; 4}. Williams (Chirk), T. Chapman (^cwtown), and J. L. Jones (Hhefiidd United), Half-baoks; J. Davies (Sheffield United), W. Mereditk (Manchester City), H. F. JMJytton (Newtown), J. C. Rea (Aberystwyth), aid W. Lewis (Chester), for- wards.
A CORONER AND HIS CHIMNEY. ,SCENE IN WREXHAM POMCE COURT. On 'Monday, at the Borough Police Court, Wrexham, IMr W. Wyixn Kvans, solicitor, the coroner for East Denbighshire, was charged with allowing his chimney to be on fire. Mr Evans said he was rather indignant at getting such a summons. He was coroner, and it would not conduce to the proper carrying out of his duties if he were fined. The police were paid by the ratepayers, and it was not their duty to ha<raes and W'8rry the ratepayers with a summons like this. The Deputy-Chief Constable (Mr Vaughnn) asked that a letter sent by Mr Evans to the Chief-constable (tMajor Leadbetter) should be read. He also reminded Mr Evans tint the police had a public duty to perform ir- respective of parties. A heated wrangle upon this took place bo- tween Mr Evans and Mr Yaughan, and the Chairman requested both of them to sit down. Mr Vaughan said he had been requested by the Chief-constable to ask that the letter written to him by Mr Evans should be read, and he must press his point. SVIT Evans retaliated with some warmth., and another row followed, the Chairman breaking in with the remark Both be very quiet and good boys, and we will decide" (laughter). Mr Vaughan still pressed for the letter to be read, and at length Mr Evans read a copy of his letter, as follows:—"Dear Sir,—I have received a summons to appear next 'Monday morning before the borough magis- trates to answer to a wharge of permitting a chimney in my house to be on fire on the 1st instant. I presume that the summons is issued with your authority, and that you are acquainted with the facts of the case, and that, consequently, you know that I was ab- sent, holding an inquest at Minera, when my dining-room chimney caught fire. The chimney was, with all the others in my house, swept last August, and there have been no indications whatever that it required sweeping since then. I have inquired of my cook and housemaid, who were in the house at the time, as to how the fire was caused, and I cannot see that there was the slightest carelessness on their part, or that the occur- rence was other than a pure accident. I have no desire whatever to ask you to interfere with the usual course adopted by your officers in these cases, but there are considerations arising out of the matter which would not appeal to the mind of a police-constable, but which would probably have some weight with you or any thoughtful man. I am, as you are aware, one of Her Majesty's coroners for this county. By virtue of my office I am also a magistrate for the county. Do you suppose that it can do the police any good, or further the cause of law and order in this borough, that I should be subjected to the indignity of being fined Is. and costs for a technical breach of an obscure provision of the Public Health Aet, for which, personally. I am no more responsible than you are ? I come into almost dailv relationship with your officers in the conduct of mv official duties as coroner. Hitherto this relationship has been a pleasant one, and freed from any friction. Is it wise on your part to create a feeling of a grievance on my part and 'bad blood on both sides ? Is it not likely that this will be the result if, on the next occa- sion when it becomes necessary for me to inflict a fine upon a juryman or witness, he will be able to answer me with the taunt, M ell, Mr Coroner, it is only the other day you were fined Is. and costs yourself?' Per- sonally, to me tho matter is one of very small import indeed. No one will think less of me personally because a chimney in my house happens to catch fire, but I have my position as coroner to think about, and for that rea- son I submit these considerations to vour attention. If after reading this letter "the summons is proceeded with, I shall appear to defend myself, and in so doing I shall not choose my weapons or words out of a re- gard or consideration to your officers in this town and neighbourhood, whose conduct during the last year or two has not been characterised by that nrecise and scrupulous regard for the provisions of the law which one would suppose to be the case from their anxiety to convict me of a breach of it. Please take notica to produce this letter in court on Monday morning." The Chief-constable's reply to this letter read by Mr J. Allington Hughes, the magis- trates' clerk, was as follows:—" Sir,—Un- fortunately I have been indoors with jn- fluenza and unable to attend to business, and I may add, know nothing of the circum- stances of the coroner's chimney being on fire. I notice you say the matter is of little importance to you personally. If so, why should you write me a letter in the tone which you have done, alluding to the good terms that have hitherto existed between you and the police, and threatening the police with exposure if they proceed with the prose- cution ? I must say your letter, I consider, is in the worst possible taste, and devoid of what I should expect of one who must know the police cannot favour one and punish another. I am sure the police have no animus in the matter. I will most certainly be only too pleased to give your letter every publicity possible at court on Monday. Had there been any way of withdrawing the sum- mons in this case, I do not think your letter would improve the possibility." Mr Wynn Evans said he was prepared, if Mr Vaughan wanted him to relate the facts known to him against the police, to do so. iMr Vaughan said if Mr Evans had any complaints to make against the police let him send them to the Chief-constable. That was not the place to discuss such matters. Another wrangle was proceeding when the magistrates retired from the bench to con- sider their decision. On returning, the Chairman said it had been a warm affair, and the bench were not unanimous. He was in favour of a con- viction, but the other two magistrates did not think carelessness had been proved, and the case would be dismissed, but they thought the police had merely done their duty. FITS or EPILEPSY, GIDDINESS, SENSATIONS, FAINTS. 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