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THE FERRY, BRIDGE, A NO 3ATHS

---CARNARVONSHIRE QUARTER…

TH'E CHARGE.

LLEYX WOUNDING CASE.

A MOTORIST'S APPEAL.

A SERIOUS CHARGE «

r MUNICIPAL ELECTIONSI I i

! CARNARVON.

I CONWAY, I

i PWLLHELI.

DARING STATION THEFT AT LLANDUDNO

PWLLHELI BOARD OF GUARDIANS

A RUNAWAY HORSE

CURIOUS GAS EXPLOSION AT CONWAY

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-----------DEPTH OF SIR JOHN…

STORY OF HIS LIFE.

LIKE A ROMANCE, j I

BUS IWDRK FOR W ALES.

CONNECTION WITH CARNARVON.j

WHO WILL BE HIS SUCCESSOR.

ANGLESEY QUARTER SESSIONS

APPOINTMENT.

TH GRAND JURY.

THE CHARGE,

A HOUSE BREAKING CHARGE.

FISHING IN CARNARVON BAY |—_

HOUNDS.I

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I FOOTBALL NOTES

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FOOTBALL NOTES I (Continued from Page 7). A meeting of the Council of the North Wales Coast Football Association was held on Wed- nesday, at Conway, Mr. J. H. Vincent.in the chair. An application Iby Conway for the re- mission of the suspension of certain players for playing in unauthorised competitions so that they could play in a junior league contemplated was supported by Mr. (Lloyd, but was not se- conded, and was lost. It was decided that the Portmadoc Club be suspended for playing in the Coast cup-ties, until they have paid all debts due to the League and other clubs. The following is the result of the draw4 in the Senior cup.- Div. 1: Carnarvon v. Pwllheli, A. C. Slater. I' Div. 2: Beaumaris v. Holyhead, R>. Hersee„ Div. 3: Llanrwst v. Cbnway, J. Roberts* Div. 4 Ruthin v. Holy,well, Browne-Jones; Greenfield v. Colwyn Bay, J. T. Hughes. To be played on the ground of the first- named club on November 21st. Kick-off 2.30. The following was the draw for the Junior Cup — Div. 1: Pwllheli v. Carnarvon, H. R. Ed- wards; Barmouth v. Portmadoc, tEl LI. Wil- liams. Div. 2: Bangor 'Reserves v. Beauijiaris or Atenai Bridge, R. Hersee; Bangor Druids or .Bangor Reserves v. Llangefni or Holyhead, A. C. Slater. Div. 3 Talybont or (Penrhiwardwr v. Con- way, R. D. Richards; Llanrwst or Blaenau Festiniog v. Llandudno Amateurs, Browne- Jones.. Div. 4: Ruthin or Denbigh Church Guild v. Greenfield, T. Jones Bagillt or Colwyn Bay r. Rhyl Reserves or Denbigh Town, J. Roberts. To be played on the ground of the first- named club on November 7th. Kick-off, 2.30. < A meeting of the North Wales (Coast Foot- ball League was held at Bangor on Wednesday, to consider a motion by the Bangor Club that the words and that no player be eligible who has previously played three or more Com- bination fixtures during the current season," in Rule 7 be deleted. Mr. J. D. Owen, Colwyn Bay, was voted to the chair.—Mr. L. H. An- dierson, 'Bangor, proposed, and Mr. R. L. Jones. llanrwst,| seconded, the delation, and the motion was carried by one vote. There voted for: Bangor, Carnarvon, Conway, Llanrwst, Festiniog, hon. secretary, and hon. treasurer. Against: Colwyn Bay, Holyhead, Denbigh. Beaumaris, Pwllheli, and LIandudno.—On the motion of Mr. R. J. Jones, Llanrwst, seconded by Mr. Lewis Jones, Carnarvon, a sub-com- mittee was elected- to invite clubs to form a Central Junior League. The following were its members:—(Mr. Richards, Bangor; Mr. R. J. Jones, Llanrwst; Mr. Hughes, Denbigh; and Sergt. McElwee, Be-aumaris.-Bangor ac- cused Beaumaris of poaching two of their piayers, 0. R. Jones and Harry Evans, but !Beaumaris were exonerated from blame. • The following are the fixtures for November Nov. 7: Bangor Reserves v. Colwyn Bay, A. C. Slater; Conway v. Blaenau Festiniog, JR. Lloyd WilJiams ..Carnarvon v. Llandudno, H. R. Williams. Nov. 14: Bangor v. Carnarvon, postponed Festiniog v. Denbigh, J. H. Vincent* Colwyn Bay v. Beaumaris, R. Hersee; Holyhead v. Conway, 0. It. Edwards. Nov. 21: Bangor v. Denbigh, A. C. Slater Beaumaris v. Llanrwst, E. Lloyd Williams. Nov 28: (Beaumaris v. Carnarvon, A. C. Slater; Llanrwst v. Festiniog, R. Hersee. Div. 2.-Nov. 14 Denbigh Church Guild T. I Colwyn Bay, J. E. Jones. I Place of next meeting: Carnarvon.

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