LOOK OUT! ¡. For our I MEW SERIAL TALE Entitled:— < NO ROBBERY," t By the popular Authoress, L, f 911 rs. Clementine dRontagu, Which will appear in the Penarth Chronicle," I ■ On Satupday FEBRUARY 23rd, 1895 i t '• fTHe- Sale abounds in gntepest, I ■ I i And is fuU of Stirring incidents.
Penarth Football Glub. I let XV. FIXTURES. 1894-95. i j Late I- Versus. At, I lteeult Sept. 15 Nr LI) H won 22 Pontymoiie H won „ 29 Pontypridd 11 won Oct. 6 Gloucester H won 13 M orrlston A won „ 20 Bristol A won „ 27 Llanelly H lost .N ,ov 3 Abergavenny A won 10 Devonport Albion H won 17 Cardiff A won „ 24 Neath H won Dec. 1 Aberavon H won 18 Newport H lost „ 10 Moeeley H won „ Penygraig A drawn „ l2 Aberavon A drawn 6 Barnstaple A won 7 t 27 Plymouth A won 29 Morriston H won Jan. 5 Bath H won „ 12 Swansea H not pl'di „ 19 Neath A lost „ 26 Llanelly H won Feb. 2 Penygraig H „ 9 Swansea n A 16 Pontypridd A 23 Bristol H March 2 Newport A „ 9 Llanelly A „ 11 Barnstaple H 16 Ireland v. Wales „ 23 Bath A 830 Abergavenny H April 6 Cardiff H 71 12 Dewsbury 11 13 Gloucester A 15 Leicester A
I A" TEAM FIXTURES. Date Versus At Result- Sept. 15 Penarth Windsor B won, „ 22 Cardiff Bornets H won. 29 Dinas Powis H wotr Oct. 6 Whitchurch A won „ 13 Newport Extra XV H WOD „ 20 Bristol 2nd XV II lost „ 27 Merthyr A lost Nov. 3 Pontyclown H won „ JO Pontypridd 2nd XV A worn 17 Barry H won. „ 24 Neath 2nd XV A lost Dec. I Crura lin A lost „ 8 Tondu A lost 15 Grangetown Star H won „ 22 Tondu H won 26 Caldicot H not pi* d 29 Djnas Powis A won Jan. 5 Barry A 12 Caldicot A 19 Neath 2nd XV li 26 Usk A Feb. 2 I Pontyclown A 9 Cardiff Hoi-tiets H ] 6 Pontypridd 2nd XV H „ 23 Bristol 2nd XV March 2 Crumlin H 9 Grangetown Star II 16 Ireland v. Wales 23 Newport Extra XV jj 30 Merthyr H April 13 Whitchurch H „ 15 Usk 11
Sheep Worrying at Llandough. At the Penarth Police Couiton Monday, J. Johnson, boarding-house keeper, Cardiff, was summoned by -Mr •1 ohn Williams, fain cr Llandough, for the payment of J64, damage caused through a dog belonging to de- fendant worrying his sheep. Evidence was given by' prosecutor and another man to the effect that the dog went into a field adjoining the main roadway at Llan- dcugh, and killed one sheep and injured another. For the defence, Win. Burke and Peter Peterson, two persons who drove with defendant to Pellal th Dock, stated that three dogs followed that belonging to de- fendant, but they were certain defendant's dog did not leave the trap. The Bench ordered defendant to pay the amount of the damages claimed and costs.
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