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ANGLESEY ASSIZES.

ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT.

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FOOTBALL. THE WELSH CUP. Wrexham, 1; Royal Welsh Warehouse, 1. » • n WELSH JUNIOR CUP. Singleton and Coles, 2; Holyhead, 1. Wrexham Victoria, 7; Chirk Reserve, 1. Machynlleth, 2 Bala, 1. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. CARNARVON v. LLANDUDNO. This was one of the most uninteresting matches played at the Oval this season. The opening half was very tame, both sets of forwards shoot- ing badly at goal. The home team were trying a new goalkeeper, and he effected some good saves during the first half. The home side ob- tained two goals in the first half by the aid of Williamson. In the second portion, a better game was witnessed, the visitors making some plucky attemps to gain a point, which they did in about fifteen minutes from time. The home team were up to the ocea.sion. and from a pass W. Hughes increased their lead, the homesters winning by 3 goals to one. THE COMBINATION. At Bangor. Bangor, 5; Oswestry, 2. At Chirk. Chirk, 4; Rhyl, nil. At Tranmere. Tranmere Rovers, 1; White Star Wanderers, 1.

DOVEY FISHERY BOARD.

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¡CARNARVONSHIRE POLICE COMMITTEE.

BANGOR AND THE BISHOP'S PARK.

THE BIRMINGHAM RIOT.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PENRHYNDEUDRAETH.