Hide Articles List

20 articles on this Page

BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS.

[No title]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

PWLLHELI AND NEVIN LIGHT RAILWAY.

WELSH NATIONAL LIBERAL COUNCIL.

FESTINIOG BOARD OFI ! GUARDIANS.

[No title]

Advertising

IVALLEY RURAL COUNCILI

CRUllCR AFFAIR IN THE PARISH…

LLANDUDNO SWIFTS' FOOTBALL…

News
Cite
Share

LLANDUDNO SWIFTS' FOOT- BALL CLUB. THE WINTER GAME TO BE RETAINED. A STRONG COMMITTEE FORMED. PROFESSIONALISM TO BE DROPPED. Mr David Garrick Roberts presided over the proceedings of the adjourned meeting of the supporters of the above club, which was held at the Cocoa Rooms, on Friday night. There was a much larger attendance than on previous oc- casions. Mr F. Edge stated that Mr J. L. May- ger was prepared to give £5 and guarantee a further £5 towards prizes for athletic and cycle sports to be held in August to assist in clearing the club's debts. The announcement was re- ceived with loud applause. Mr Edge added that the football would not be allowed to drop in the town, and that he would be responsible for a further £5. That statement was the signal for more cheering. The next matter on the agenda was the election of committee. At first all the old committee-men present declined to act. However, notwithstanding the refusal of Mr J. B. Jones and Mr D. Garrick Roberts, their names were placed before the meeting, and adopted with acclammation, the supporters pre- sent declining to entertain any refusal. The ether names adopted were Messrs O. LI. Ro- berts, Lincoln Evans, S. W. Roberts, H. Ro- berts, H. W. Pierce, G. Micklewright, and A. S. Marchajit, Messrs A. S. Marchant and O. LI. Roberts, consented, at the express wish of the meeting, to act as joint lion, secretaries. Mr Charles Searell was re-appointed treasurer. On the proposition of Mr F. W- Jones Skipper J. E. Hughes was unanimously re-elected captain. It is the intention of the committee to enter the North Wales Coast League, for the Welsh Cup and for the English Cup. Mr J. E. Hughes, the II elected captain, feels confident of being able to register splendid players who will form an amateur team, and thereby meet the general wish of all supporters of football, who detest pro- fessionalism.

IRAILWAY CASES AT CARNARVON.…

IHOLYHEAD BOARD OF¡ GUARDIANS.…

BANGOR FREE CHURCH COUNCIL.

I DENBIGH, FLINT, AND fEH-…

Advertising

ABERDARON SHOW. -

TYSONS MILLIONS.

ABERYSTWYTH COLLEGE.

Advertising