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IDEATH OF AN ANGLESEY CLERGYMAN.

AN UNFORTUNATE LEAP AT BEAUMARIS.

THE CASE OF THE REV W. O.…

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FOOTBALL, WELSH SENIOR CUP—FINAL TIE. OSWESTRY v. DRUIDS. These teams met on the Wrexham Racecourse an Monday, before 7000 spectators. The ground was in grand condition, and the weather wast brilliantly fine but boisterous. Oswestry kicked with the wind, and immediately got away, and, nearly scored: The Druids retaliated, and looked! dangerous, Kelly saving a good try. Oswestry again became aggressive, and after receiving a couple of corners, Storey scored' for them, the igame now having been in progress for ten min- utes. Ephraim Williams dashed away in bril- liant style, and looked like equalising, but George Richard averted danger. Oswestry, with the assistance of the gale, raced' off, and Roose had some stiff work to d'o. The wind gave an ioadvertant corner to the Salopians, but this wa.s got away. Operations, however, con- tinued in the Druids' territory for some time, butt Oswestry were temporardy repulsed, the Druids paying a brief visit to the other end. The venue changed rapidly, and the Druids were doing remarkably well in face Off the almost overwhelming wind. A hot attack on Tracey's quarters ended abruptly, and Oswes- try made tracks, gaining an abortive corner. Roose had a terrible Job to negotiate a shot by Party, and a few seconds later Oswestry only missed by inches. The Druids' custodian was defending; in tbriUiamt style. Goodrich headed over when a goal (looked tolerably cer- tain. E. Williams was frustrated by Edwards, when the former essayed a shot, and after a corner to Oswestry, the Druids again came away, Butler testing Tracev, who came tOo earth in clearing. Play was fast and excit- ing, both ends being visited with marvellous frequency. A corner to Oswestry was got away, and then Richards intercepted a. move by the Druids' left. From now till the inter- val, play was in front of the Druids' citadel, but no further scoring took place before the whistle sounded, Roose',s charge being often peppered. Half-time score Oswestry, 1 goal; Druids, nil. Nothing further was scored in the second half, and Oswestry won by a gOM to nil. # WELSH JUNIOR CUP.—FINAL TIE. WREXHAM VICTORIA v. SINGLETON AND COLE'S. Plaiyed on Wrexham Racecourse on Monday. A high wind completely spoiled the game. Singleton and Cole's had the advan- tage of Tt, and pressed for ten minutes, gain- ing an abortive corner, after the Victoria had obtained a similar advantage. The Shrews- bury team pressed strongly, and, with the aid of the wind, secured numerous corners. The Vi)cs., however, more than held their own under the circumstances, and the interval arrived with the score sheet blank. On resum- ing, the Vies. attacked severely, and, after get- ting ipeveral corners, Smith1, scored (from1 a pretty pass by the right wing. Singleton's rarely managed to cross the centre line, and their goal experienced many narrow escapes. The Wrexham team continued to harass their opponent's' defence, but were unable to aug- ment the score. Final: Wrexham Victoria, 1 goal; Singleton and Cole's, nil. DENBIGHSHIRE LEAGUE. CHIRK v. BROUGHTON UNITED. At Chirk on Monday. The homesters, with the advantage of the wind, were pressed severely, and Millership eventually registered a goal, Chirk combined prettily, but the wind militated against accurate shooting. Resuming, Brough- ton, who are league champions and undefeated;, gradually asserted their superiority. Davies equalised from a pass bv Moss. Chirk after- wards attaoked persistently, but failed to soore. Final: Chirk, 1 fYoal; Broughton, 1. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. On Friday, Llanrwst, 4; Penmaffllmawr, 3. On Saturday, Carnarvon, 4 Penmaenmawr, 2. On Saturday, Rhyl, 1; Llandudno, 1. THE COMBINATION. Played on Friday — Birkenhead, 2; Chirk, 0. Buckley, 1; Bangor, 1. Wrexham, 1; Tranmere, 0. Played on Saturday: — Oswestry, 5; Warrinsrton, 4. Wrexham, 5; Newton-le-Willows, O. Rhyl, 3 Chirk, 1. Bangor, 3: Tranmere. 2. BANGOR v BUCKLEY. At Bangor on Monday. Operations were commenced at a late hour. the visitors performing with eight men for some time, owinff to absentees to get the proper connection at Llan- dudno Junction. Bangor, however, only managed to score once previous to the comple- tion of the team. Half-time score: One goal each. In the second half, Bangor outplayed the visitors, and won by 8 eroals to 1. it it « OTHER MATCHES. On Fridav, at Rhvl. Rhyl, 1; Haydock, 0. On Friday. at Carnarvon. Carnarvon, 0; Crewe Athletic, 0.

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HOLYHEAD BOARD OFI GUARDIANS

AN ANGLESEY GENTLEMAN DROWNED.

HOLYHEAD URBAN COUNCIL.

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