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I TWO WIDOWS.

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BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA.

DOLGELLEY COUNTY COURT. j

A TAME BADGEK. !

IFOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION. SCOTILAJND V. WALES. The .twenty-seventh' ainnuial intiernational' match .between the representatives of SCOTLAND and W'ales was played on the ground of the Greenock Mortem Club, at Greenock, on Saturday. Un- FOI'Dunatidly for the success of TILIE game, there were NO (fewer than five changes in the We.sh :ùeaun ifrom that originally chosen. [Meredith (Stoke) and Jotnes (Manchester City) wea-e re- placed by iBle>W (Wrexiliiam) and MOITM, (Chirk), Griffitlis (WrexJiam) played instead of Watkins (S'boke), Owens (Wrexham) took the place of Atherton (Edmburgih Hibernians), and H. Mor- gan, Owen (Oxford University) occupied the posi- tion of his brother, L\I. Morgan Owen. In the Scottish team, :only one aifci'aitioni ne-eds to be recorded—IHIARIY Allan (Heart of Midlothian) at right bruck, vice N. Smith '('Glasgow Rangers), W,110 wa.s injured1 at ^NEWCASTLE in THE League in- ternational match :bt«;<vveen England and Scot- land. The teaim WAS IN no way weakened by this change. Wales, on the other hand, was greatlly reduced IN. "stirenguh. Of the twenty-six MATCHES previously played, Scotland 'had won ON twenty-two 'Occatsicii's, while four games were drawn, so tihat since the institution of the match in 1876, Wales :has never been able to de- feat the representatives of .the thistle. In the first halif, the Welshmen played a splendid game, and the'ir play as a team was good all round.' The Scots only led by one goal to none. In the second' half, howiever, the Welshmen had A very had time, as they were for some time hesmned in and could not break a,way. Morgan Owen and ,Morris started a run, aifter tricky play, and the .former, getting away a-jone, sent- 'in a low shot, wihich iRennie failed "to STOP. This wa,g the only J success of the Wel>sllinen, and the result was a victory for Scotland :by five goals to one. The teams ware —1 Scotland (Rennie (Hibernians), goal; AUan (Heart of Midlothian) and Drummond (Glasgow Rangers), backs; Wilson (Third Lanark), Buick CBeart of Midlothian), and (Robertson (Glasgow 'Rangers), half-backs Walker (Heart of Mid- lotihiiflTi), Camrtpbell (Celtic), Hamilton (Glasgow Rangers), M'Malhon (Celtic), and A. Smitth (Glasgow Riangers), forward: Wales: L. R. Roo.se (Stoke), goal; H. Blew (Wrexham) and Morris ('Chirk), .bucks; M. Parry (Liverpool), W. J. Jones (West Ham), and J. L. Jones (Tottenham (Ho-tcpur),, lifalf- backs; W. Meredith '(Manchester CLtv), Grif- fiths '(;Wrex,liaai>), CEL. Morg^iaj. Owen (Oxford Uni- versity), Owen fWrexihaark), and; R. Morris1 (iDruid's), forwteurds. CHESTER 'AND DISTRICT LEAGUE. Connaih's Quay. 2; Bucklev, 1. FLINTSHIRE LEAGUE. Queen's Ferry, 3; Caergwrle, 3. L'lay flail, 3 Buckley United, 1. I Hawarden County School, 3; Liverpool Mid- Ide College, 2. OOMJB,IN ATION. N allltwidh. 3; Wrexham, 1. Newton-le-W'illowis, 2; 'Birkehhoad, 1. Wellington, 5 !Rangior, 0. White Star WanderM-s. 6 Chirk, 1. Trianmere Rovers, 0; Oswestry, 0. (Burslem Port Vale, 2 Rhyl. 1.

SCIENCE IN THE COLONIES.I

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iPOLITICAL NOTES.

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iDEATH OF AN ANGLESEY, IPHILANTHROPIST.…

IFUNERAL OF THE REV R. :Junes.

IBANGOR PETTY SESSIONS.I

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