Chess. An interesting match was played at the Cafe Royal, Colwyn Bay, on Thursday, between Col- wyn Bay and Llandudno clubs — COLWYN BAY. LLANDUDNO. Rowland, E. D o Jones-Gresley, R. T. I Allbutt, T. H o Laserson.A. 2 Nunn, P 2 Williams. E. W o Miller, W. B oj Hig-g-inbottom, H Jones. Wm 1 Davies, R 1 filler, Mrs 2 Jones, T o Si si
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North Wales Coast League. BEAUMARIS v. CARNARVON. THE PUFFINiS AGAIN VICTORIOUS. (By" THE BARON.") The visit of Carnarvon attracted a record crowd to. the Castle Grounds. The Holyhead team and one or two of that club's officials made the journey, and the Ganiarileis also brought an unusual large crowd. The turf wiais in rather heavy condition, and accurate play was consequently out of the question. About two hundred of itihe boys from thit Training Shiiip "Clio" were invited, and their mianch through the town, both before and after the match, liv- ened the' old Port up. In the interval their band played a selection of music. a < Punctually to time, Referee VinlCerut lined the teams up as under. It will be seen that the home team were at thair strongest, although several of them were suffering firom severe cold, and O. R. Jones, Owens, G. Davdes, and Bell- wood were playing againsit doctor's orders. Carnarvon were at full strength — B<eaumarii>s: O. R. Jones, goal; George Wil- liams and William Edwards, backs; Hugh. Row- land, G. Davieis, and H. Rowlands, halves; E. Bellwood, R. Humphreys, W. O. Humphreys (captain), W. Morgan Jones, and Sam Poole, forwards. Straight from the kick off the visitors swarmed around the home golal, and O. R. Jones had to negotiate three danigerous shdtis in the first few minutes, and there was every appearance that the home team were in for a hot time of it. Try as they might the home backs, culd not keep' the perisistein(t visiting for. wards at bay, and it was quite ten be- fore G. Williams eventually cleared and gave to Bellwood for that player to raise siege. Once more the visitinig lecfit wing swooped down on the home goal, and this time O. R. Jones thrilled the spectators with a magnificent save at full length, and there is nolti the slighiteist doubt but for their goalkeeper's vigilance the visitors would have been. at least three goals up. How- ever, Poole getting away on the left, and there was apparently a misundersttanding between the back's and itihie goalkeeper, for Poole, centreing riijght from the goal line, the ball, although touched by the goalkeeper, rolled gently into the net, a soft pointfc for the hoime sicfe, and hardly deserved on the run of the play. But in football it, is goalis that count and not hard luck. After this reverle the visitors warmied to their work and certainly went about their busi- ness in a more workmanlike way. Just at thils period O. R. Jones brought off a most sensa- tional save. Johnny Joneisi had shot, and the goalkeeper went to catch the ball, but it bounced clean, over his head, to. the mortifica- tion of the home crowd, and would surely have gpne inlto the net, but Joneis turns, d jsiwiftly round and struck the ball over the bar to the relief of all the homesters. It was a girealt clear, ance, and Jones was thanked by his comrades. For a time after this the home team had far more of the play, and Poole securing middled to W. O. Humphreys, and that player made no 'mistake, although I was of opinion that G. H. Williams should have saved. From now to the interval the play was. very even, and the teams crossed over with the homesters leading by two goals. Straight from the re-start Beaumairiis went off in the direction of G. H. Williams, and had very hard lines in not scoring in the first minute, R. Humphoeys striking the cross-bar with a good shot. Jusrt: at this period a little feeling was imparted into the game, and the referee had to penalise both sides several times, the two cap- tains being the chiief offenders. The home right wing were having more of the play, and Thomas was not always particular in hi,s methods of stopping Bellwood, and Poole securing scored a real beauty. The Puffins seemed now to take m'atiters a trifle easy, and Carnarvon played up with a grim dejtetrmination, and but for the sterl. ing diecreruce. of G. Davies and George Williams must have scored. However, Humphreys pulled his men together, and Bellwood getting favour- ably placed, scortd the home side's fourth and Last goal. Soon after this J. Jones got away, and a goal was chalked up to Carmarvoinl's credit, and the whistle going for "time, Beau- maris left the field with a well-mterited victory. NOTES. For the bomesfters, O. R. Jones was the saviour of hits. side, and his. work in the first few minutes no. doubt turned what appeared a certain defeat into victory. I can say no more but that there is no better goalkeepelf in Wales than Jones on his present form. The two backs played well, but they, like the half-backs, would do well to put more energy into the game in the first few minutes; some day tlhey will learn that miailchtosi axe often won and lost in the firsft few minutes. The three half-backs did fairly on the whole, Davies being the pick, but they are weak in recovering. All the forwards playiad we'll, the pick of the five being Poale, although Bellwood worked ;weill and lasted well. Ths two brother Humphreys worked like naggers, and Morgan, Jones was always in the thick- of it, his footiwlork beinig bnilliantat times, but I would advise bolth he and W. O. H. to put out. to their wings a liftftle sooner, and I am sure more goals would be the result. For the viailtons, the goalie was a farifle weak, ,and no doubt after his first mistake he was un- nerved, for all through he ISlhaped very gingerly, at even tame shots. The backs played a re- solute game, Thomas doting well in his strange position. The halves worked well, but the cap- tain would do well to mmemlherthalt the foot- ball field is not the place to hold a -debate. J. Jones was the pick of a good forward line that could do everything but score goals, truly a great weakness, but prevalent all over the country at times.
Friendly Match. CONWAY BOYS' SCHOOL v. LLANRWST ALBIONS. The fame of the Conway boys having gone widely abroad, there was. quite a crowd -on the Morfa on Saturday last to Witness the above miatch, but we are sorry to relate, thait it as- sembled to -see the downfall of the hitherto un- beaten school. The result of the match, which was 12 goals to nil in favour of the Albions, was noi isurpmse- ito anyone, for the dispantiy in the rugteand weight of the two teams was too greiait, the Llanrwst eleven being none other than a junlior team. The general OipinÍion was that the game ought never to have been played. It ap- pears that there was some oversight on the part of the Albionis' Secretary, for in the challenge sent to the school, he stated that the ageis of the glayers ranged from 13 to 15 years, while in reality they were much older. The boys, though against heavy odds, played pluckily to the end, and but for their splendid defence and the general high standard of their play, the score would -doubtless have been much higher. As it stands, however, they are worthy of all praise, and ought to be proud of the fact that thev have won easily all their previous matches, their goal average forming quite a record. The ,te:ams were as follows:- Llanrwst Albion Goal, R. Chambers; backs, E. Owen and Stephen Hughes; halves, H. P. ?q S'O, -110,j U,OA?,,o -l'OlIT'?AA P?ue 's-auO'f -1-1 -aof wards, H. James, R. Davies, Idwal Davies, H. Jones, and Robert Roberts. Conway Boys' School: Goal, John E. Jones; backs, E. Hughes and W. James Ellis-; halves, Richard T. Williams, Evan E. Roberts, and Wiatkin Ll. Jones; forwards, Thomas Pritchard, Lewis L. Jones, William Llewelyn Parry, H. Jones, and Robert John Parry. J u. # We understand that on Saturday week the scholars propose to play the return match with the Conway Swifts. The latter have been in special tir-aining for some time, and are anxious to avenge the trouncing which they received ,,ppers" when they last met. from the "n;
Welsh Amateur Cup Draw. The 'draw for the second round of the Welsh Amateur Fodtlball Cup comipetiltion took place at Wrexham, and resulted as follows: -—Llan- dudno v. Colwyn Bay, Bruntwood United v. Mioild or Connah'is Quay Victoria, Gwersyllit Vies v. Brymllbo Vias, Coedrpoeith or Ruthin Road v. Bsclusham, Rhois Rangers or Johnstown v. Acirefair, Towyn Rovers v. Bala or Portmiadoc, Shrewsbury Rovers v. Royal Welsh Warehouse, Builth Wells v. Llandrimdod Weillis, Buckley Engineers (holders), Aberystwyth. Ruabon, Holy- head Swifitis, Bangor, Wrexham Victoria, Oa'k Alyn, and Weflisfapooil are exempted till next round. Firstt-niamed clubs have choice of ground. To be played December 14th. Kilck off, 2.30.
English Cup Draw. This year the draw has been made rather earlier than usual, ifor the first round iis not to be played unitil January nth, but the 64 clubs were drawn yesterday as follows :—New Bromp- ton v. Sunderland, Notts Countv v. Middles- brough, Leicester Fosse v. Blackburn Rovelrs, Glossop v. Manchester City, Plymouth Argyle v. Barasley, Swindon Town v. Sheffield United, Stoke v. Lincoln Ciity, Carlisle United v. Brentford. Manchester United v. Blackpool, West Bromwich AUbion v. Birmingham, Nor- wich Ciity v. Sheffield Wednesday, Burnley v. Southampton, Bristol City v. Grimsby Town, Bury v. Milllwaill, Newcastle United v. Notts. Forest, Bradford City v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, Stockport County v. Aston Villa, Worksop Town v. Chelsea, Northampton Town v. Bristol Rovers, Brighton and Hove v. Preston N.E., Liverpool v. Derby County, Bolton Wanderers v. Wokiinig or Oxford City, Gains- borough Trfinity v. Watford, Queen's Park Rangers v. Reading. Woolwioh Arsenal v. Hull City, Lut-on v. Fuliham, Oldham Athktilc v. Leeds City, Coventry City v. Crystal Palace, Hastings and St. Leonards v. Portsmouth, Chester field1 Town, v. Stockton, Everton v. Tot- tenham Hloftigpur, West Ham United v. Rotiber- ham Town.
Hockey Test Match. EAST V WEST MATCH AT LLANDUDNO. This important Hockey Test Match takes place on the Cricket FieH, Llandudno, on Saturday, December 14th, when we hope there will be a good gate. The opposing feams have been select- ed as follows — West Goal, M. H. Davies, (Bangor University); Backs, F. W. Fosbery, (Bangor); Charles Jones, (Llandudno) Halves, A. Evans-Hughes, (Colwyn Bay) F. Connah, (Colwyn Ray, captain) P. G. Elias (Bangor University) Forwards, E. Bone, (Llandudno); A. Law, (Colwyn Bay) W. E. Jones, (Llandudno) W. Bailey, (Coiwvn Bay) E. Bar- low (Bangor). Umpire, H. V. Doughty-Davies Colwyn Bay Linesman, Frank Cooper, Llan dudno. East: Goal, L1. B. Evans, (St. Asaph); Backs, R. Banks, (St Asaph) J. W. P. Heese, (H uthin) G L. S. Mowat, (Wrexham) T. J. Whitehouse, Wrexham); G. Parry Jones, (Trefnant); H. A. Gray, (St. Asaph) H. Connah, (St. Asaph, captain); R. P. Whittington, (Ruthin) D. Rhys Jones, (Wrexham); W. H. Jones, (St. Asaph). Umpire, Laurie Jones, Llandudno Linesman, E. P. Morris, Llandudno.
Festiniog Urban District Council. RAILWAY AND POSTAL FACILITIES. The monthly meeting of the Festtinicxg Council was held on Friday, Mr. David Williams pre- 'din, sent were Mr. s il Others pre J. C?adw?afadr (Vice-Chairman), Messrs. John Lloyd Jones, Owen Jones, William Owen, E. M. Owen., Cad- waladr Roberts, Hugh Jones (Church-street), J. Lloyd Jones, R. C. Jones, William Edwards, Lewis Richards, W. J. Rowlands, Evan Jones, Richard Roberts, Thomas J. Roberts, Hugh Lloyd, Hugh Jones (Llan), Ben. T. Jontes, and Richard Jones; with the Clerk, Mr. R. O. Davies; Hhs Surveyor, Mr. W. E. Alltwen Wil- liams, and Dr. Richard Jones. ALTERNATIVE WATER SCHEME AT LLAN. It was resolved that consideration of this scheme be deferred until the oLd books, docu- ments, &c., relating to same be investigated. A letter was read from the Rev. R. R. Morris asking for a cheaper supply of water for organ puposes at Tabernacle chapel.—On the motion of Mr. Cadwaladr Roberts, seconded by Mr. R. Roberts, the Engineer was instructed to report fully on the matter. Mr. E. R. Morris, Bodafon, wrote asking for a cheaper supply of water for the proposed new laundry at Bodafon.—-The Engineer was instruc- ted to report. BACTERIA BEDS AT CWMBOWYDD. On the motion of Mr J. Lloyd Jones, seconded by Mr. Hugh Lloyd, it was resolved that the suggestion to erect a temporary .tramway at the works be adopted. TELEPHONE POLE AT BOWYDD STREET. A corn plaint was read as to the telephone pole fixed hereat, and on the motion of Mr. E. Jones, -;ec on,clc,d bl-Y iMr. W. J. Rowl,an,ds, the merr.?b-,?rs for the Rhiw Ward and the Engineer were ap- pointed to visit the place.—On the motion of Mr. Ben. T. Jones, .seconded by Mr. Cadwaladr Roberts, it was resolved that in the event of further complaints being raised in any ward, that the members of that ward be appointed to consider the same. MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTfL On the motion of Mr. Hugh Lloyd, seconded by Mr. Ben. T. Jones, it was resolved that the Medical Officer of Health be asked to attend the meetings of the Health Committee, and, if unavoidably absent, that he be asked to report to the Committee when that is necessary. MEDICAL OFFICER'S SPECIAL REPORT. The Medical Officer read a special report' deal- ing with the unusual number of notifications during the month, and after consideration the report was adopted. SANITARY REPORT. The Sanitary Inspector reported a great in- crease in the number of infectious diseases dux. img the month, 27 oases having been notified as compared with four for the previo-us month, and 13 for .the corresponding period of laat year. MR LLOYD-GEORGE. On the motion, of Mr. W. Owen, J.P., sec- onded by Mr. Cadwaladr Roberts, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr. D. Lloyd-George, M.P., and his family in their sad bereavement. IMPROVED RAILWAY FACILITIES. The Council has opened correspondence with the Directors' of the three railways- coming into the town as to the advisability of havttog late trains for the evening mail. The support of the Quarry Directors and the Tradesmen's Union is expected, so as to securea better rail- way service to and from the town.
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The Ridiculous Councillor Tilby. Mr T. D. Jones presided at the monthly meeting of the Rhyl Urban District Council on Monday. Before the business was dealt with Mr J. H. Ellis moved a vote of condolence with Mr and Mrs Lloyd-George on the death of their eldest daughter. Mr S. Perks seconded the motion, which was carried. MR. LLOYD-GEORGE CONGRATULATED A PROTEST. Mr Ellis then moved a vote of congratulation to Mr Lloyd-George on the successful results of his intervention in the recent railway and cotton trade disputes. Mr Ellis remarked that as Rhyl depended upon ral one *Iway they would probably have suffered severely from a railway strike. Mr J. W. Jones seconded the motion. Mr H. A. Tilby opposed it. If they proceeded on such lines, he said, they would enter the arena of politics. If they were going to pass a vote of r congratulation to every Minister every time he entered into a conference with the representatives of both sides for the avoidance of some particular dispute, then the time might arrive when they would find a sharp cleavage in their midst which it was desirable to postpone. He assented to the vote of condolence because it dealt with the right hon. gentleman in his personal aspect, but now the question was a political one. It almost looked as though they were afraid Mr Lloyd-George was not goin, to do his duty that tlie3, were coiigratu- lating hi'?-n upon doing his duty 'In t?'I'IS case. loyd- Nlr J. W. JODes: N'lr L George .s the first Minister who has done it. Mr Tilby Lord Rosebery brought to an end the miner's strike in 1893, and we did not then think it our duty to pass a vote of congratulation to Lord Rosebery. The resolution was carried, Mr Tilby dissenting.
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Football. (Continued from page 11.) Football Chips. That W. Rowlands, as outside left, was the beSlt forward on the field, after Jack Jones. That Rowlands' stoats were really very fine from queer angles. That M'N-auigihton is a good utility player and excelled as a forward on that occasion. That J. Hughes and R. Roberts were good workers. Thatt Holyhead team weire entertained to a trip to Beaumaris on Saturday, and thoroughly enjoyed; ouitimg and the game beitweein Beau- maris and Carnarvon. That Percy thought Carnarvon unfortunate in being deffe.ated by 4-1, as they had all the play during the first half, and should have scored two or three goals. He considers Beaumaris has the,. beat custodian on the Coast. That he siays Referee Vincent did not notice how Carnarvon, scored their only goal. Is he aware that it did not pass between the paste, but went under this side of the' net? Quite trrue That Holyhead are drawn against Beaumaris in the third ronnid of the; Junior Cup. I hey ex- pect to be able to place a junior team in this field. That Francey Bogue wilil probably be in- cluded. That after witnesising the. match at Beaumaris on Saturday Percy is convinced that no team in the League is'as well supported as Holyhead. Football Sparklets. .(BY SEARCHLIGHT.") If Liverpool could make rings round Aston Villa to tihe tume of five goals to nothing on Saturday, why couldn't they put "paid" to the .account of Preston Morth End in the Lancashire Cup tie at Anfield a few days previuosdy? To ,an*swier ithalt question satis,factonily would be more difficult than composing a winning line in a Limerick competition. When Liverpool are in fortm tihiane is no a better team in England when they are otherwise they are hopelessly outclassed by the poorest teams playing. < Poor Everton! How many times have they been beaten by the odd goal this. season? It's just like them. They could very well do with the services of George Wilson again. For the matter of that, I don't think it would be an in. suit to the intelligence of the Everrton Committee if I went as far as to say that the veteran Jack Bell would be an acquisition to the team. The fact of the matter is, the Everton Executive are too ready to part with (players, just for the sake of parttdnig with them and then ffignlinog on in- ferior men in their stead. I think I could pick out a team of old Everton cast-offs that would be quite a match for the present eleven. I Stoke will yet go the way of the extinct Burs- lem Port Vale, as sure as, eggs are eggs. I wouldn't blame the Committee if they put up the shutters to-morrow. The bally show isn't worth a football team. They have never shown the spdcrit of sportsmanship in Stoke. If the Iteiam is in dire distress, then look out for meagre attendances I feel sure all of any readers will deeply sym. pathise with Mr. Moss Jones, whose nephew, Harold, passed away so suddenly on Friday. The little fellow was as near and dear to Moss' heart as if he had been his own child. I could never do much work when suffering from influenza, and for the second time this winter the fiend seems to have had a fair and ,square: grip of me and for that reason I give my pen a rest for a week. North Wales Coast Football I Associotion. THE CUP DRAWS. I At a meeting of the above Association held Plas Mawr Restaurant, Conway, on Thurs- day, Mr. R. John Hughes presided, and the fol. lowing representatives were present:—Messrs. McAleese (Holywell), W. Ll. Jones (Llianxwsit), Wililman (Bangor), Vincent (Llandudno), Sergtt. Baston (Carnarvon), Messrrs. J. W. Post (Con- way), Hubbard (Rhyl), H. Lloyd (Conway), Beech (Rhyl), and the Secretary, Mr. J. Ll. Williams (Holywell). THE CARNARVON—PWLLHELI MATCH. A protest by the Canaries against the eligi- bility of Jimmy Jones, of Pwllheli, was sus- tained, and the match awarded to the Canaries. THE JUNIOR CUP DRAW. For the third round of this Cup the following draw was inade:- January 4th.-Barmouth v. Pwllheli; Holy- head v. Beaumaris, A. C. Slater; Llanrwst v. Llandudno, F. Beech Rhyl v. Denbigh, J. LI. Williams. THE COAST SENIOR CUP. On the 18th January Greenfield meet Flint on the ground of the first-named team, with Mr. Frank Beech as referee. THE SEMI-FINALS. Holvhead v. Carnarvon, at Bangor, on Febru- ary 8th, Mr. Beech, referee. Colwyn Bay v. Greenfield or Flint, at, Rhyl, on February 22nd, Mr. W. LI. Jones referee. THE CHEETHAM-CHISHOLM INCIDENT. A lengthy discussion took place upon the ap- peal of Llanrwst against the fine imposed upon them by the North Wales Coast League in the above matter, and which was reported in these columns at the time. It was ultimately decided to adjourn the matter to the next meeting. THE SCENES AT THE CARNARVON- PWLLHELI MATCH. Reports having been made as to the disorderly conduct of the spectators at the above match, Sergeant Baston explained matters, and in view of the caution and penalties made a short time ac" regpe<-?ng the Carnarvon-Be,au,ma;ri-s ,,o match, it was felt that the Canary Management had not had time to put in force the requisitions iof the special commissiion's recommendation, and it was decided to add a further severe cau. tion respecting the matter. Wednesday Football Leagne. THE DRAW FOR THE DUNCAN CUP. At the Junction (North Western Hotel) on Thursday evening, the following draw was made in the Duncan Cup competition — Bangor v. Llandudno Celts at Bangor, Jan- uary 8th; kick off at 2.30. Referee. Mr. Slater, Penmaenmawr. Llandudno Corinthians and Colwyn Bay receive byes. No meeting of the League was held owing to there being no quorum. The fixtures for the moruth are as fol- lows Colwyn Bay v. Corinthians, December 1 nth; retferee, Mr. Slater. Llandudno Celts v. Bangor, December nth; referee, Mr. Lloyd. Kick off at 2.30, on the ground of the first- named clubs.