NOTES ON F00TALL j NORTH WALES COAST LEA GUI; DIVISION I. (Results up to Saturday last.) Goals. P.W. L. L. F. A. P Carnarvon United 14 10 2 2 48 22 22 Beaumaris 13 10 2 1 41 18 21 Banger Reserve 14 9 5 0 37 18 18 Pwllheli Town 13 5 5 3 24 ^>2 13 Kolynead Swifts 13 5 6 2 50 26 12 Denbigh Town 11 5 4 2 17 19 12 Llandudno Amateurs 12 6 6 0 15 28 12 Conway 15 5 8 2 25 44 12 Llanrwst Town 15 4 9 2 15 47 10 Colwyn Bay United 12 2 5 5 24 24 9 Blaenau Festiniog 14 2 11 1 21 38 5 Saturday's, results: Bangor Reserve 3, Colwyn Bay 1. Beaumaris 7, Conwy 2. Denbigh 3, SUeur,"t Ffestiniog 1. Next Saturday's fixtures — v. —"Mr I'. D. Ri- chards. Llandudno v. Co nmr ron—Mr E. Lloyd- I ams. Williams. L'lanrwst v. Denbigh—.Mr C. O. Jones. Pwilheli v. Bansor Reserve—Mr A. C. Slater.
DIVISION IL (Results up to Saturday last.) Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A v Ruthin Town 5 5 0 0 13 5 10 Denbigh Church Guild 4 1 2 1 10 9 3 Colwyn Bay Reserve 4 0 3 1 3 10 1 Denbigh Reserve 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 if" A League Executive meeting will be held at the North Western Hotel Bangor to-day I Friday), at 5.30 p.m., when the teams for the East v. West (Inter-League match) will be selected.
On Saturday, Carnarvon journeyed to Llandudno to play the Amateurs in the 4th Round of the Welsh Amateur Cup. As they were the only two North Wales League teams left in the competition, great interest was taken in the encounter, and a record crowd witnessed the match. Llandudno stepped on the field with an unbeaten home record. They were also confident of win- ning in the same way as they accounted for the great Holyhead team in the 3rd Round. Llandudno were at full strength, introducing once again their clever forward Johnnie Williams. Carnarvon relied on the usual eleven, R. Trevor Roberts of the Reserves taking the place of Hughie Roberts who was unable to turn out. When Referee R. D. Richards blew his whistle it was evident that the wind was going to be a very important factor in the I _v I result, as a stiff breeze swept right across the ground. Carnarvon aided by the breeze were soon swarming round the Llandudno ,goal, giving the defenders a very anxious time. During this half Carnarvon were far and away the better team, and showed de. lightful football in the open, but when they came to close quarters, they quite failed to judige the wind. Therefore, their clever football did not result in goals. Llandudno had an occasional breakaway, following on a huge punt by J. H. Jones, their right ba.ck. One of these looked dangerous, but- Johnnie Williams headed over the bar when in good position. Carnarvon took up the running again, but for some reason or other failed miserably in front of goal. The centre and right wing were showing very nice football, and R. H. Roberts, the Captain, was prominent with a number of fine runs down the wing. Walter Jones despite the fact that he was marked as usual managed to put in very effective work and was within an ace of scoring once or twice. Somehow the left wing did not get going, and we saw very little of it. After a pretty combined run by all the forwards, the ball came out to R. H. Roberts, who made no mistake and banged it against the top of the net. This goal was the outcome of a very clever football and well deserved the cheers and plaudits it got. Half-time came with the score :—Carnarvon 1, Llan- dudno 0. ♦ » The second half was mostly in favour or Llandudno, who penned their opponents in their own half. The wind was now exceed- ingly strong, and it was quite evident that Carnarvon v ould now have to act on the defensive. This they did and did very effectively, for they managed to keep the homesters from scoring. Llandudno made desperate efforts to equalise, but were far too wild in their methods. They also met a very stubborn defence who adopted cup- tie tactics against, such a wind. Carnarvon indulged in an occasional combined run and one of these nearly brought about the second downfall of Stallard's charge, R. H. Roberts just missing with a very fine centre. Time came with the score u;changed Carnarvon 1, Llandudno 0. • « So, for the first time in the history of the Club, Carnarvon figure in the semi-final of the Welsh Amateur Cup. The other semi- finalists are clubs that had been exempted 'until the 3rd Round. Carnarvon had to fight their way right through the four rounds and only played one of the matches on the Oval In the first round they beat Beaumaris away by 3--0; in the second Tound Conway at home by 2-0; in the third round Bangor away by 3-1; and in the fourth round Llandud'no away bv 1-0 Despite the difficulty of their encounter they enter on the semi-final with a goal average of 9 goals to I, Bangor scoring tne only goal recorded against them so far in tha competition. » » Carnarvon are now the only team left to keep up the good name of the N. W. Coast teams. the other semi-finalists being Aberystwyth, Oak Alyn and Rhos Rangers The semi-final is fixed for Saturday, March 27th Regarding Saturday's game it must ber admitted that Carnarvon have played many better games, but all the same it is exceed- ingly creditable to them to pull through on a ground where all other teams have failed. O. H Jones in goal was splendid and is developing into a very fine custodian. Th& two backs Evan Hughes and Albert Griffiths were also in nne fettle, and Hughes in the second half shewed glimpses of his old form His punting against the wind was exceed- ingly good The halves played rather a ragged' game and did not do so well as usual by a long way. Of the forwards. Walter Jones was e sily first, showing very nice form. His cmtrlhuti n to the delence in the last half was also very effective. The right wing was the more effective -wing Op Saturday, and R. H. R-ehrts Lhd returning to his old form. He scored a splendid goal R Trevor Roberts showed very pretty football, but lacks in stamina and staying power. Tom Roberts did some very clever things at times, but somehow or other the left wing dia net shine on Saturday. Johnni" Jorie-, Carnarvon's most. consistent player, had an off day and failed to get into a stride He was also well watched by a none too lenient back in J. 11 Jones. Stallard in the Llandudno goal was fairly safe, but we consider L--nt a far bette-r man. .1. H. Jones and San;rn are a good pair of backs, but J. H. Jones would do wdl in adopting gentler methods The halves were a very fair trio. Thp fo-wards were infer- ior to the Carnarvon forwards in combined work and their wo-k in the last half was -rag.ged. We would sinscle out for praise their two outside men David Williams and Jimmy Williams. They pofJ^s a nice turn of speed and centre well. Brookes Evans was poor. Brown was good, bad, and indifferent as a pivot, showing in and out form. Johnnie Williams did not do much and failed to find an opening for his customary goal or two. Carnarvon will journey again to Llandud- no on Saturday to play a League match. OIl form they ought to wm easily, and should go there with determination to wi~n. The Llandudno Committee have arranged that the proceeds will go to the widow and orphans of Mr G. D, Micklewnght. Carnarvon Reserves will entertain a very smart junior team in the Bangor Druids. The Carnarvon Committee are introducing many new men and it will be interesting to watch how some of the experiments will come off. \Ve would advise all enthusiasts to see this interesting encounter.
Our Llandudno representative \\T;t2;- On Saturday Llandudno Amateurs had Car- narvon United as visitors ;:n the fourth round for the; North Wales Amateur Cup. The wea- ther was raw and co,"d. with a strong wind .from the north-east, which made accurate shooting somewhat difficult towards the in- I land goal. The visiting captain won the toss, and the leather was put in motion about a quarter pat three, in the presence of hun- dreds of spectators. Mr. Griffith, of Bangor, was the referee. Playing with the wind, the United' soon became dangerous. The I opening exchanges proved of littf.e avail, only in so far as it enabled the Carnarvonites to judge the strength of the w-l-nd. Time and again was the home citadel in jeopardy, but Steward deared well. At last the visi- tors began to settle down, and for some time played a magnificent passing game. Every member played with cunning and judg- i I ment, and one of their number was a.ways on the leathar. The firi-'t corner conceded to them proved abortive, but some 6mmage took pac.e in front of goai as the result of a beautiful cross-shot by the outside left. It was taken up in earnest by the right wing, and R. H. Roberts, amidst great excitement, succeeded in beating the home custodian, and the only point of the gpme was scored. Soon after- wards two penalies were given against Car- narvon, and subsequently a corner in favour of the latter, but nothing came of it. Llan- dudno were penalised, and this gave the vvi- tors an opportunity of bombarding their goal. However, they failed to convert. At this time -the Carnarvon men were playing a winking game, their only weakness being want of judgment and confidence in front of the home goal. Corner after corner was conceded them, but a;.1 proved of no avail, although it must be admitted that they ought to have con- verted two goars at least. However, the Amateurs were holding t'henr own with re- markable ability against the wind, but theile right haif-back made irretrievable blunders. Hands and free-kicks wer2. frequent against both tetanis, and towards the interval the game became somewhat rough. On resuming a,iter half-time, th« Amateurs made a determined effort to equalise, and al- though they attacked the visiting custodian in verv determined fashion and deserved on several occasions better luck, they failed to score. Subsequently play became very rough, and two of the Carnarvon men—Walter Jones and Johnnie Hriffith-were injured. The former had a very nasty cut above one of his eye. but continued to play. His eye was bandaged, and this probably accounted for some of his reckless shooting. Free- kicks and penalities ruled for a long time, and quite half a score or more corners the Ama- teurs failed to negotiate. It is much to be regretted that the Carnarvon men introduced an element of "unspoi-t^mjansh'ip" into tha game during the last 25 minutes, for on every conceivable opportunity their players kicked out of touch, so as to kil', time. On the who.e the game was a poor one-the poorest that has been pCayed on the Council field for many a day. Nevertheless, one is bound to admit that the better team won. They could piay football, and play it weR. when they liked. Their passing game was quits a treat-when 'they reported to it. And this made their unsportsmanlike tactics all the more regret- table. The visiting full-backs deserve a word of commendation. They were a.most impene- tratable. The Carnarvon custodian, too, covered himself with credit. He was fine. The referee !eft nothing to be desired. < » The teams meet at L'andudno lagain on Saturday, in a North Wales Coast League fixture:, the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the widow of the late Mr. C. D. M'icklewright, for rmany years, treasurer to the Amateurs. It should prove to be an interesting event. Two interesting matches were played on the Coramixsiioners' Field, Llandudno, on Monday, in connection with the Schools' Lea- gue. The one between the Conway School and the Lloyd-street Council School resulted in flavour of the formed by 4 goals to 2; and till at between the Dvffrvn-road and the Craig- ydon Schools proved a draw o'f one goal- each.
NORTEf WALES AMATEUR CUP. CARNARVON v. BEAUMARIS. Beaumaris have been vanquished by Car- narvon after a struggle unprecedented in the history of football in North Wales. When two teams ihave to face eacih other three times in a semi-final it may be taken for granted that they are well matched. Beaumaris this season is a very strong team, the strongest in one respect on the coast, but they have had) to bow down threie times to Carnarvon. What will be the result of their fourth encounter with the Canaries it is difficult to say, but they will have the advantage of playing cn their own ground, and that should add at least a point to their score. Still, it is idle to predict, especially in face of the fact that the heaviest defeat the Anglesey men have experienced at the hands of the Canaries was at Beaumaris. < Put to Wednesday's game. The ground owiri" to a heavy fall of enow was in an execrable condition, slippery, and heavy in the extreme. It was manifest at the start that .good football would be impossible, aaidi Carnarvon adopted the short passing game, at which they are adepts, as the most suit- able under the circumst-anceiz. But Beau- maris were in readiness for them, and cleverly checked their movements. Play ait once became exceedingly fast, each goal be- in -i visited several times during the first five minutes. Gradually the Anglesey men took the upper hand, which they maintained for a few minues. They forced a corner, which was clever- lv cleared and Walter Jones with the bai1 at his toes rushed away, relieving the pwswure. After some hard play in the Beaumaris half Carnarvon forced; a corner, which the Anglesey men c1 eared easily and, securing the ball, made an ugly rush to- wards the Carnarvon .goal. But Albert Griffiths saved sp'endidlv, and nlay was again transferred into the Beaumaris- half. Some fine passing brought the ball to Walter Jones, who stood with his back to the Beau- maris goal. Fe had only Richards to beat, but. unfortunately, he failed to turn in time, and thus miped. a golden chance. I GradiuaJi'v the Canaries shook off the ner- vonsness wh'oh hitherto had afflicted ithem, and thev settled down to play a steady sr."me. The forwards were continually on the ball, 3ind dribMed well.. But few op- nortwnit-ies to score presented: themselves, W O..Will iams. the Beaumaris fun back. )eir- ve<J.'V safe in his clearances. Following some fine p!ay by his col leagues R. H. Ro- berta secured +he ball. There were fifteen yards—and Wi him and the <»oal. but he did not hesitate. Steadying himself for a. moment he shot the ball past Williams -and Richard's right into the net. It was an ideal ?oal. a.nd the Carnarvon oao- tain deserved all the cheers he got. This
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Llandudno Junction CONCERT.—The scholars attending the Council Schools gave their first concert on Friday evening, the schoo-1 being crowded with parents and others. Mr Ralph Fisher presided and an excellent programme was rendered. AN ACCIDENT.—On Thursday morning, as one of the workmen employed on the work of laying the lSin.-main between Llandudno and the Junction was working in the trench, lIe was >p'verely crushed bv the side of the cutting fating- in upon him. He lay for some time, tightly pinned between the debris above him and the beneath, his head and shoulders only being visible. Until he was extricated he had difficulty in breathing, and was much exhausted when eprtricated. Dr. J. D. Jones (of L..andudno Junction) was called, and after giving the man first aid had him removed to the Cottage Hospital Llan- dudno. There was evidence of considerable abrasion in the neighhour¡n.ood of the spine, but the spinal rolumn had not been seriously injured. Morris is doing well. ST. DAVID'S D-),Y.-The sixth annual St. David's Day banquet was hd-d at Llan. dudno Junction on Monday. Councilor Ralph Fisher presided, and was supported in the vice-qhair by Mr. W. McKinley Levies. Mr. Llewelyn Lloyd submitt-Ed. thE toast of "The Bishops, Clergy and Ministers of all Denominations," and, in the absence of the Rev. E. James, the tqast was re- sponded to by Mr. W. )'loKinl'ey Davies.. Mr D. Cwyd Griffith gave "The Army and Navy, and Auxiliary Forces," and advocated the formation, of a Territorial Company at Llandudno Junction (applause). Mr. Saul Norbury responded. Mr. Thomas Wynne proposed the toast cf "The Immortal; Mem- ory of St. David." "The Town and Trade" was proposed by Alderman Edward Roberts, land responded to by Ir. H. Rogers Jones. Other toasts followed.
Llandudno LECTURE. "One hundred miles on horseback in the Holy Land" was the title of an illustrated lecture which Mr Luke J. Sharp, of Birmingham, delivered at St. Paul's Church House on Tuesday evening. TH'E LIGHT RAILWAY.—At a meeting of the Conway Town Council on Wednesday afternoon, the Town Clerk was instructed to write to the Light Railway Company to urge them to commence the work of ex- tending the tramway to Deganwy, and, also, to ask for an interview between the Council and the directors to discuss the questions.
Nevin AUCTION.—On Friday, at the Nanhoron Arms, Mr Robert Parry, auctioneer, Pwll, heli, offered for sale several freehold build- ing sites at Morfa Nevin, fronting to the Portinllaen and Edeyrn roads. A piece of land measuring 867 square yards, was sold to Mr John Jones. Shop, Tanyparc, Morfa Nevin, for JB115 12s, and the plot of land known as "Llain Bryn Bach" was sold to Mrs Margaret Thomas, of 100, High Street, Portmadoc, for J380. Other lots were with- drawn.
Portmadoe SHORTHAND.—Mr Llew Roberts, Leeds House, a pupil of Mr Llew Davies, has passed Pitman's preliminary examination. "OWEN GLYNDWR." Mr Wi'Jiam George, solicitor, delivered an address to an united meeting of the Town Litera.-v Socie- ties on Tuesday night, on "Owen G'vndwr." Mr David Williams presided. FREE CHURCH COUNCIL.—At the Salem Chapel Schoolroom a meeting in con- nection with the Free Church Council was held on Friday evening, when addresses to Sunday School teachers were delivered by the Rev Griffith Parry, Elorthygest, i,d Mr Hugh Hughes, schoolmaster. FREEMASONS.—The Portmadoc Lodge of Freemasons celebrated St. David's Dav Iwitill. a dinner, when a large number of brethren attended, Worshipful Bro. Llew. Davies, W.M., presiding. The loyal and masonic toasts having been -,tibmit.-M from the chair, the toast of St. David was pro- posed by Mr J. R. Pritchard, J, and other toasts were spoken to by Wor. Urtthren Thomas Roberts, solicitor; Jones Mor- ris, Ellis O. Roberts, W. Godfrey WJ:i:1rr, W. Jones, J. Owain Hughes, T.. Garth Jones, Brethren Dr Livingstone Davies, J.P., W. Watkin, J.P., Dr Pierce Jones, T. J. Goodwill, J. W. Jones, J. R. Jones, W. H. Evans, Iorwerth Humphreys, and further part in the proceedings was taken by Wor. Bro. R. Jones Lloyd and Bro. C. P. Roberts. Songs, etc., were given by Wor. Brethren Jones Morris, J. R. Prichard, 'Ellis 0. Ro- berts, Livingstone Davies, Pierce Jones, W. Jones, and J. Humphreys. The accompanist was Miss Louisa Crick. The proceedings closed with the singing of "Auld Lang Syne," "Hen Wlad iy Nhadau," and "GJd Save the King."
Pwllheli WEDDING.—-The weakling took place at Capel Mawr, Oiccietih, on Wednesday mom- mx of Mr R. D. Roberts, of the Eifl. Hotel, Pwllheli, and Miss Jane Owen, :late of Vigilanlt House, Gaol-street, Pwllheli. The best man was Mr Roiant J. Jones, Eift Hoft-el, Pwllheli, and the bridesmaid was Miss Pritchard, Portmadoc, cousin, to the bride. The Rev Wm. Williams officiated. THE FOOTBALL CLUB.—Members of the -football club met alt (tJre Whitehall Hotel on Monday evening in celebration of Gwvl Dewi Sant, Mr EL Watkin, Arfor, presiding. Musical items were contributed bv Messrs R. Il Jones, J. M. Anthony, Leech, Jaiok Morris, Ben Evans, W. M. Toleman. The accompanist was Mr Evan Jones. PETTY SESSIONS.—The ordinary Police Court was held on Wednesday, before Mr J. G. Jones and other magistrates.—Hugn Hushes, of Pwllheli, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and his case was ad'- icuined for 'four months. Mr A. Ivor Parry appeared for the defendant, and evidence in support of the charge was .given by P.C. Thomas, (65).—Henry Jones, Bryn- igwyn, Ohwilog, farmer, charged, with a similar offence, was fined 5s and costs, 13s 6d in all. P.O. Jones (48) proved the case. Defendant- said. he igot drunk by accident. -.To,bn, Thomas, Pwllheli, a late licensee, was also fined 5s and costs for a similar •ft'once. COMPETITIVE MEETING.—A com- ■ petitive meeting was held at Salem Chapel Schoolroom on Thursday evening, .under the auspices of Tai-sis Chape). Mr O. Koby-ns- 1 Owen, solicitor, presided. and Mr Hugh Pritchard, solicitor, conducted. The prize winners were mainly children. THE. Yr.M.A.—The members of the Pwll- heli Y.I.A. celebrated Gwd Dewi with a supper at the association rooms on Tuesday evening, Mr J. O. Jones (Arifog) presiding. The following .toasts were spoken to — "Dewi Sarit," Arifog and Mr R. Gwynedd Evans; "Education," Mr G. J. Houghton Davies; "Wales," Mr Thomas Davies: "The Welsh Press," Messrs John Rowlands, D. John Jones: "Bards awci Literateurs." Messrs R.. Griffith and, W. Griffith. Mr John Ellis gave items of music- at intervals. RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Ratepayers' Association was held on Friday evening at the Town Hall, when there were few -present. Mr Samuel Williams, Central SSfcores, was elected presi- dent of the association; Mr David Giil- fith. Hirwaen House, secretary, and Mr T. J. Houshton Davies, the ex-secretary, tlrea- .surer. The doings of the Town Council in. several directions were freely criticised, and eventually it was decided to ask the Coun- cil for a staltement ehowing their present total liabilities in respect of loans and over- drafts.
PWLLHELI LICENSES REFERRED STRENUOUS FIGHT FOR A RENEWAL. The adjourned Licensing Sessions for the Pwllheli division were he!d on Wednesday, before Messrs J. G. Jones (chairman), Dr Hughes, G. Hughes Roberts, Col. Lloyd Edwards, and W. Anthony. The licenses of the Goat Inn, Pwllheli; Golden Fleece, Pwllheli, and the B'ull Inn, Nevin, stood adjourned from the ordinarv sessions. In the calSes of the Goat Inn and Golden Fleece notices of objection had been served by the Bench to their renewal on the ground that there were more public- houses in Pwllheli than were necessary for the requirements of the district, and that. these two houses were proper houses to be referred to the Compensation Authority. Mr R. 0. Griffith, the licensee of the Goat Inn, wrote consenting to his license being referred for compensation. He had also consented last year, and trusted that the Compensation Authority would proceed with the matter this year, as he was put to a great deal of unnecessary expense last year. IMr A. Blackburn, licensee of the Golden Fleece, Pwllheli, also ¡"'TOt.e consenting to his license being referred to the Compensa- tion Authority. Mr William George was present on behalf of the temperance party to oppose the re- newal, but the Chairman said the Bench were agreed upon referring the licen-es to the Compensation Authority, and simply re- quired formal evidence. Formal evidence having been given by Supt. Jones, the Bench referred both cases for compensation. j THE BULL INN, NEVIN. In the case of the Bull Inn, Nevin, Mr A. Ivor Parry, on behalf of the police, ob- jected to the renewal of the license, as the licensee had been convicted of having been drunk on his own premises, and also because he was not a fit and proper person to hold the license. Mr Cradoc Davies (Messrs Evan R. Da- vies and Davies) was for the applicant. In reply to Mr W. George, Williams, Nevin, said the licensee during the last few years was addicted to drink. There were three public-houses in Nevin, and there was a good deal of drinking there. Rev D. Wyre Lewis stated that he had served a notice of objection on the licensee, Two houses would be quite sufficient in N/evin. The house was used for mere drinking, and it was difficult for the police to supervise it. Young men living near the Bull Inn were enticed to it, men who would not be seen entering a public-house in a prominent place. The back and the front doors of the Bull Inn could not be seen at the same time. Owen Williams, schoolmaster, said that no inconvenience would follow if this license Iwas abolished. 'B'y Mr Davies: The largest number of visitors staying at Nevin in August would not exceed 300. Mr Davies pointed out thai the house provided better accommodation for travel- lers and others, than any of the other houses, and it was frequented not only by people living close to the premises, but by a large number from the adjoining districts also. The Bull Inn was a workingman's public- house. The Bench retired, and on their return, the Chairman informed the court that the case would be referred to the Compensation Authority.
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i Conway | RATES.—"Iwenty-six persons were sum- monc-d at the Pdfice Court, on Monday, for 1 non-payment of district and poor rate, The usual orders were made. "ST. PAUL."—An excellent concert was held at the Town Hall -on Wednesday, 'when the Conway United! Choral .Society gave a nerformanoe of Paul" (Mendede.sohn\s sacred oratorio). The choir was-under the leadership of Mr J. P. Gr«fiths. The parte were well balanced, and the rendering of the A.-ihorutses, on the l:»;le, was very creditable. The vocalv-ts were Miss Flossie Leo .(soprano). A! Edith Randies (con- traltoi, Mr Dan Jones (tenor), and Mr Chas. James ^bass). AU acquitted themselves in a manner wcrtihy of the occasion. The or- chestra. which numbered 25 performers, had Mr Horace Haselden ais: leader. Miss Sallie Edwards. A.L.C.M.. made an excellent ac- companist. The society has a .CfOO¿¡ friend ill their president. Mr Albert Wocd (Bod- londeb), who takes a keen interest- in" its welfare. BBTTY SESSIONS.—At the petty sessions oin Monday, the following werei fined for i drunkenness Moses .Tones, 9. Belle Vue Cot- tages, IPenmaenmawr; J. Davies. VaJ-ey View, Gyffin, J. Jone.s, 12, Belle Vue Cot- tages, Penmaenmawr, and W. Warlow Jone,s, of Conway, who made his 17th appearance. —-E'. Morris. Ty Celyn, Penmaenmawr, was fined 10s and Wet. for al lowing his dog to be at large without a on its collar.—J. R. Jones, the school aUèndance officer, summon- ed R. Roberts, Store House, L'ysfaen; J. Wil'iams, Bodhvfryd, Llyr-faen; and W. J. Jones, Ty Newydd, ditto, for not sending their children to school regularly. An at- tendance order was made in the first case, alnd a fine of 2s 6d and cosft-s was impo.ed in the second, while the third was adjourned for a month.—A young woman nlamed Jessie Haworth was bound over under the First Offenders Aot upon charges of stealing choco- late from the Swiss- Cafe, Llandudno, and a gold ring from a room in the establishment of Boots' Cash Chemists. AN INQUIRY.—An inquiry was held last week by Mr A. G. Drury, one of the Local 'Government Board Inspectors, with regard to the application of the Water Board for sanction to borrow a Iloan of dB1921 for the construction of a water main and a pressture-* reducing tank at Dolgarrog. The work for which the loan is reqarirled has- provided a second 12in. main from tihe top of the hill at Dolgarrog to the level of the vaS- ley, the pipe being a.1 most perpendicular, In a few it is hoped, that the remain- ing pipes in the bed of theConway river will be laid, and this will comPtlete the new 15in. main from the foot of .the hill referred to a-s far ais Sarn Mynach, and the district will the.i. be provided with alternative mains from tJhe pressmre-reducing tank on the hill, at SCCft. above sea level, into all the areas of supply, and more especially to Colwyn Bav. which has not of late had such plenti- ful supply as is desirable.—Mr T. B. Fir ring- ton supplied a large a-mournt of ^information to the Inspector as to the scheme and the necessitv for the present loan, and after the inquiry Mr Drury proceeded to inspect the woife.
Ilanrwst THE RATE COLLECTORS HIP—At a meeting of the Board of Guardians on Tues- day, IMr R. E. Thomas, the rate collector of the Union, applied for an increase of salary. The application was referred to a committee of the whole Board. TH'E LIBRARY.—The annual meeting of the Library Committee was held on Thurs- day evening, when the following were ap- pointed officials for the current year:—Mr W. G. Owen, chairman; Mr 0. Isgoed Jones, J.P., vice-chairman Mr J. Rhydwen Jones, hon. treasurer; Mr D. J. Williams, hon. financial secretary; Mr J. R. Cham- bers, hon. secretary; and Mr W. Williams, hon. auditor. _The revenue last year showed a deficit of £10. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mr W. G. Owen, manager of Metropolitan Bank, pre- sided over a lecture delivered by the Rev D. Gwynfryn Jones (Llandudno), at Eben- ezer Chapel. The rev. gentleman dealt with "The House af Lords." He dealt with the history of that House, and observed that it has become a caucus of the Tory- Protectionist Party, and should be eradicated. TALYCAFN SALE.—Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones had another successful sale at Talycafn Mart on Monday, the stock numbering about 1,100. Fat weathers and ewes (942) sold up to 32s and 24 respec- tively; fat bullocks and heifers (86) to 15.. and £1.7 15s cows £175s; bulls £lH; store bullocks and heifers ,(21) to JB8 calving cows and calves (9) £17 15s; calving cows JB17 fat pigs (4) 51s; calves £3. There was an exceHtnt clearance. DINNER.—The Rev J. Titley Williams, presided over the annual St. David's Dinner held at the Victoria Hotel on Monday even- ing. There was a large attendance. The usual loyal toasts were proposed from t,h £ chair. The toasts of the clergy and minis. ters of all denominations as well as those of the Army and Navy, were honoured. The president responded to the toasts of the evening. Songs were rendered by Messrs David Griffith, — Hughes, M. Williams and Dr Hugh WTilliams. Mr R. Salisbury Jones. was the accompanist. ST. DAVID'S DAY.—On Monday evening a "tea fight," and entertainment was held at Zion Chapel Schoolroom under the pres* dency of the Rev William Thomas. Patrio- tic addresses were delivered by Mr O. R. Hughes, M.A., O. Isgoed Jones, J.P.. W. Williams, County School; and William Hughes, J.P. A choir under the conductor- ship of Mr John Davies (Wern), rendered several selections. The vocalists included Miss Martha Jones, Messrs David Ellis, Evan Jones (County School) and J. M. Williams /Metropolitan Hank). Mra Ro. berts (Cartrefle) made an efficient accompan- ist. THE LIBRARY SCHEME.—A special meeting of the Library Committee was held on Thursday when a scheme for a new library and institute for men and women, proposed by Mr W. B. Halhed, J.P., was discussed at some length, and it was decided to appoint delegates to consider the matter further with Mr Halhed. The advantages attaching to the library and institute are enumerated in details of the scheme, and the present library 'accommodation is de- scribed as meagre. These various advan- tages would not be offered free of payment, but the amount to be charged annually would purposely be placed at as low a figure as possible, and possibly on a sliding scale to suit different circumstances.
Take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds it never fails. 1/1$, 2/9.
The death-rate of Llandudno during February was 3.2 per 1000 of the popula- tion birth-rate 18.8 per 1000.
occurred exaoctly tdiii-ly minutes aiier une start. and the Angtesey men strained every muscle to equalise. They forced two corners, which were cleared easily. Carnar- von once more took up the attack, Johnny Griffiths .testing Ricihardis with a well-direc- ted shot. and M. Herbert, shooting over the b. twice. During the second half Carnarvon main- tained their superiority, and ithe for wands' beautiful passes were loudly cheered by the crowd. The pressure on the Beaumaris goal was relieved by Poole, who made a capital run, only to be robbed by Albert Griffiths. The Beaumaris backs were again in diffi- culties, and 151. Herbert with a long shot landed the ball in front of the Beaumaris goal. Walter Jones rushed after it, but Williams cleared, and Walter went head- long into the net. The pressure was main- tained. and a corner was forced, but it came 1 o nought. A few minutes later Tom Ro- berts after a short run nearly beat Richards, who conceded a corner, which, however, was fruitless. From a foul agaire-it CaTnarv-on Poole broke away and t-entred right in front of goal, but before M. Rowlands could reach the ball Albert Griffiths had cleared. Beau- mari", noW attacked dangerously, and G. H. Jones was called upon to save several times. In the excitement that prevailed M. Her- bert handlled the baU in the penalty area-, and the Carnarvon supporters groaned aloud. The penalty kick was taken by W. G. Wil- liamsi, and the spectators held their breath as George Henry danced in. the goal mouth in readiness for the ball. Williams shot straight, but George with a cat-like spring caught the leather, and endeavoured, to clear. W G. had another try, but was again beaten. (I-emge, Eienry conceding a corner. What followed is a mystery to t'he majority of the spectators. The corner kick was well pJiaoed, and. among others who occupied the erraind stand, I was1 aindter the impression that- the hall. had, been breasted into the net. But when I saw George Henry preparing for the Zoal kick I was in the dark, and wae afterwards given to understand that the goal had been disallowed for off-side. Now, however. I am told that the ball did not find the met at all. and the Carnarvon cus- todian confirms this statement. From this till the end the Canaries pressed persistenity, Tom Roberts testing Richards with two time shots. The general opinion on the field was that the best team (had won, and there is no doubt that the Carnarvon men were superior to their opponents in football tactics. Still thev had in Beaumaris a hard nut to crack, Tmd there was a possibility, eren at the ,last minute, of their failing to do it. But the task has been performed, principally through G. Hi. Jones, Albent Griffilths. and R. H. Roberts. Georcre Henry played the game of his life, amd saved a, penalty Al- bert- Griffiths was as sound as a rook, and his ttefence was impenetrable. R.. H. Ro- berts scored a capital goal, and scored it in a. manner that nine footballers out of every ten would never have dreamt of attempting to do it. Tn front he saw Williams, t'he 'terrible" Beaumaris full back. Fo rather than meet the "terror" he steadied himself, and with a Tong shot fovnd the neit. A 11 'the others ulayed well. especially Tom Roberts, v ho tricked his opponents over and (ner aeain, and very nearly scored on more tham one occasion.