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IFARM FIRE AT CAPEL CURIG.

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BANGOR CHURCHMEN'S HALF-CROWNS.

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MENAI BRIDGE LICENSING| COURT.

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CARNARVON COUNTY PETTY: SESSIONS.I

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IN THE FOOTBALL FIELD.

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IN THE FOOTBALL FIELD. WELSH AMATEUR CUP: FOURTH ROUND. RHOS RANGERS v. DRUIDS. This re-played Welsh Amateur Oup-tioe was contested at Rhos. Result: Rhos, 4; Druids 0. NEWTOWN NORTH END v. NEWTOWN ROYAL WELSH WAREHOUSE. North End, 3; Warehouse, 0. LLANGOLLEN v. BALA. At Llangollen. The nome team won the toss, and bombarded the Bala goal, Pryce Evens Booring. Half-time: Ilangollcn, 1; Bala, 0. In the second half, Thomas added a second goal. Result: Llangollen, 2; Bala, 0. HOLYHEAD v. LLANDUDNO. On Saturday, the Holyhead Swifte had as visitors the Llandudno club, the visitors taking their best team. The game was started and hour-land -a-ha If late. The fallowing re- presented1 the Swifts Taylor, goal; H. Jones and E. Evans, backs; H. Roberts, W. T. Jones, and W. Brown, halves; Alf. Marsh, J. O. Jones, J. Rowlands, W. Ross, and H. Brown, forwards. Several of the homesters' first eleven were absent, Conlan, Edwards, COIHCT, Flana- gan-, and D. Parry being conspicuous absentees. Toog-ame was fast and about the best vet SPSPH at Holybeadl, The homesters scored first through Rowlands. Loose play by Holyhead allowed tbe visitors to SCOTO two goals, but five minutes from the interval H. Brown put in a I splendid goal. In the second half, Holyhead had the 'best of the play, and their tricky work in the short passing line completely non, plussed Llandudno, who rather pride themselves on their cleverness in this respect. From a splendid centre by Marsh, Rowlands put the j homesters ahead, and a good game ended by Holyhead winning by 3 goals to 2. But for thei good defence by Williams, the Llandudno cus- todian, the score would have been very muoh heavier. INTER-COLLEGIATE M VTOTT BANGOR v. ABERYSTWYTH." Tbe annual inter col I e si ate Association foot- ball match was played on the Bangor football ground on Wednesdav. before a large and de- monstratiye crowd of students..Mr R. A. Naylor kicked off. At the outset, the visitors appeared to be the more dangerous lot, but dashing and persistent individual play by the home eleven speedily neutralised5 the superior combination of the others, whose goal was in continual jeopardy. Dashing T>lav by Jones and E. E. Evans at last, after thirty-five minutes' play, left the ball with Jones, who sent across the goal mouth for Evans to score amid great cheering. Five minutes later. Wat-kin equal- ised from a penalty against Hewitt, and tbe half-time score was one goal each. Five min- utes from the restart, Oromer ran right through and nut Bancor ahead, but fifteen minutes later Watkin azain equalised with a splendid flhot. Arthur put on a third onoal for the visitors two minutes later, and although Bangor attacked desperately, thev met a brilliant defence. Aberystwyth finally winninz a. keenly-contested game by three coals to two. THE COMBINATION. NANTWTCH v. CHIRK. The former won by four to nil. BANGOR v. WHITCHURCH. At Bangor. The first portion was played in a strong wind and a heavy downpour of rain. Fifteen1 minutes from the start Roberts, a home black, was ordered off foT shady work. Whit- church led' by one to none at the interval. The concluding moiety was hotly contested. Early on,Bangor equalised, but the visitors prevailed, and added three more. Bangor appealed: to lose heart affter they were reduced in numbers. Result: Whitchurch, 4; Bangor, 1. PORT SUNLIGHT v. CHESTER, Result: Chester, 3;' Port Sunlight, 2. WREXHAM v. MIDDLEWIOH. On! Wrexham Racecourse. A very strong breeze greatly interfered1 with' play. Result: Wreocham, 6; Middlewich, 0. 'BROUGHTON v. OSWESTRY. B rough ton played with the wind in the first half, and had' most of the play. Result: 'Brought-on, 2; Oswestry, 0. DRUIDS v. RHYL. On the g-round of the former. The Druids were the first to press, and score. They main- tained the lead for some time. Rhyi retaliated strongly, and succeeded in equalising. Half- time: Druids, 1; RhVl. 1. The exchangee in the second half were even1, and there was no addition to the score. Result: Druids, 1; (Rhyl. 1. TRANMERE ROVERS v. BTREKNHE AD. At Birkenhead. Dodd scored for Birken- head. Result: Birkenhead, 1; Tranmero Rovers, 0..

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