NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE (DIVISION 1.)- Blackburn Rovers v. Chelsea Bradford City v. Liverpool Bristol City v. Notts County Bury v. Preston North End Everton v. Sheffield United Manchester United v. Aston Villa Notts Forest v. Bolton Wanderers Sheffield Wednesday v. Newcastle United Sunderland v. Woolwich Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur v. Middlesborough LEAGUE (DIVISION 11.)- Barnsley v. Burnley Birmingham v. Gainsborough Trinity Derby County v. Leicester Fosse Fulham v. Bradford Glossop v. Grimsby Town Hull City v. Lincoln City Oldham Athletic v. Leeds City Stockport County v. Manchester City Blackpool v. Clapton Orient Wolverhampton Wanderers v. West Bromwich Albion THE COMBINATION. Wrexham v. Whitchurch Middlewich v. Druids Tranmere Rovers v. Bangor Birkenhead v. Chirk Rhyl v. Crewe Alexandra Chester v. Connah's Quay Oswestry v. Denbigh COAST SENIOR LEAGUE- Bangor Reserves v. Bangor University—Lloyd Williams Conway v. Holyhead—W. R. Welsh Llandudno v. Carnarvon United- H. R. Edwards Pwllheli v. Llanrwst—A. C. Slater COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE- Carnarvon Reserve v. Menai Bridge- J. B. Morgan Kick-off not later than 3-15 p.m.
LEAGUE—DIVISION I. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Sheffield United 7.. 4.. 0.. 3.. 15.. 6.. II Newcastle United 9 53 I.. 15.. 8.. II st e Everton. 9.. 53 1.. 17..15.. II Aston Villa. 7.. 41 278 10 Blackburn Rovers. 7 52 0.. 20 11 10 LiverpooL. 7.. 52 0. 17 13 10 Bradford C-ity 7** 4 • • 2 1 if> 10 9 Manchester United.. 8.. 32 313 II 9 Notts Forest. 7.. 42 x 9.. 9.. 9 SunderJand. 7.. 32 211 Y, 08 Chelsea 7 32 213 14.. 8 Notts County- 9 2 4 3 • 14 14 •• 7 Bristol City 8 2 3 3 11 15 7 Tottenham Hotspur. 7 23 210 14.. 6 Bury 7 24 T. 11 125 Bolton Wanderers.. 9 26 I.. 12 17.. 5 Sheffield Wednesday 8.. 14 39IS 5 Middlesbrough. 7.. 25 o 13 14.. 4 Preston North End. 7.. 14 2811 4 Woolwich Arsenal.. 8 16 1728 3 LEAGUE-DIVISION II. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. West Bromwich A.. 19 7.. 2.. 0.. 16.. 7.. 14 Glossop 7 5.. 1. 1.. 14.. 6.. 11 Hull City 8 5 2 1 18 12 11 BlackpooI. 9.. 4.. 2.. 38 II Fulham. 8.. 42 2105 10 Leicester Fosse. 7.. 52 0.. 15.. 9.. 10 Derby County 7 42 I.. 24 10 9 Manchester City 7 4 2 1 16 10 9 Stockport County. 8.. 3.. 3.. 2.. 8.. 8.. 8 Leeds City. 7.. 33 1..11.. 8.. 7 Bradford. 7.. 33 I.. 10 10 7 Wolverhampton W.. 8 34 117 7 Barnsley 7 3 4 o 15 14 6 Lincoln City 8 2 4 2 9 22 6 Burnley 7 •• 2.. 4.. 1 9.. 13.. 5 Oldham Athletic 6 1 3.. 2.. 7.. 9.. 4 Clapton Orient. 7.. 25 o 8.. 16.. 4 Birmingham. 7.. o. 4.. 3.. 918 3 Gainsboroug-h T. 7.. 15 1920 3 GrimsbyTown. 7.. 1.. 5.. 1.. 4 12.. 3 THE COMBINATION. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Crewe Alexandra. 6 60 0.. 33.. 7.. 12 \Vrexham. 8.. 5.. 2., 1.. 17..11..11 Chester.6 51 0217 10 Whitchurch 4.. 40 0103 8 Bangor. 6.. 42 o 16 118 Tranmere Rovers 4 2r 113 6. 5 Oswestry 4- 2.. 2.. o.. 5.. 6.. 4 Nantwich 4.. 1.. 1., 2 8.. 8.. 4 Chirk 5 2 3 o 10 16 4 Middlewich. 6.. 2.. 4.. 09x6 4 Denbigh 6 2 4 o 15 19 4 Khyl 5.. I>4 1.. 9.. 16.. 3 Connah's Quay. 4.. 13 o58 2 Druids. 6 i 5 o 11 27 2 Saltney 2.. o.. 1 1. 4.. 6 1 Birkenhead 5 05 0 4 21 0 WELSH COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Llanrwst. 5.. 4 1 •• o 14.. 3.. 8 Carnarvon United. 4.. 3.. o.. 118 3.. 7 Colwyn Bay 3.. 2 1 0.. 9.. 6.. 4 Bangor Reserves. 3 2.. I. o65 4 *Llandudno Ama. 4.. 2.. 2.. 0.. 10 5 2 Pwllheli 1 1 o o 5 2 2 Holyhead. 2 1 1 o 4 6 2 Conway 3- 1 2.. o.. 4.. 9-. 2 Bangor University.. 1.. o.. o.. I.. I.. 1.. I Festiniog 4*. o.. 4.. o.. 6.. 15.. o Llanbens 4 •• o 4-. o.. 1.. 23 o *Two points deducted for playing ineligible man. WELSH COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. Goals r P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Glasinfryn Swifts. I 10 o.. 4.. 2.. 2 Menai Bridge. 1.. 01 o.. 2.. 4.. o Carnarvon Reserves.. o.. o. ooo o Holyhead Reserves.. 0.. 0.. 0.. ooo o Llandudno Reserves. 0.. 0.. 0.. 0.. 0.. 0. o Llangefni United. 0.. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0.. o Llechid Swifts o.. o., o.. o.. o.. o.. 0
RESULTS AT A GLANCE. LEAGUE-DIVISION 1. Blackburn Rovers. 2 Bolton Wanderers I *Notts County o Sheffield Wednesday o *Aston Villa 3 Everton I *Liverpool 3 Manchester United 2 ^Tottenham Hotspur I Bury o NottsForest. 1 *\VoolwichArsenaI. o *Preston North End 1 Bristol City o *Newcastle United 1 Bradford City o Chelsea 1 *Middlesbrough. 0 *Sheffield United 3 Sunderland o LEAGUE-DIVISION II. *Manchester City 2 1 erby County I *Fulham 3 Barnsley o Glossop 3 *Gainsborough Trinity o ^Leicester Fosse 3 Hull City 1 Stockport County. I *Grimsby Town o ^Bradford 3Clapton Orient I ^Wolverhampton W. 4 Birmingham 2 *Lincoln City 2 Blackpool 2 Oldham Athletic 2 *Burnley. I West Bromwich Albion. I *Leeds Citv o THE COMBINATION, *Chirk 3 Rhyl o Chester 4 Druids o Wrexham 1 Tranmere Rovers 1 Crewe Alexandra. 5 *Middlewich. I *Whitchurch 4 Bangor I Oswestry I *Connah's Quay o COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. "Carnarvon United 1 Bangor University I *Llanrwst 4 Llanberis o *Colwyn Bay. 2 Llandudno Amateurs. 1 COAST JUNIOR CUP-FIRST ROUND *Bangor 5 Glasinfryn Swifts o denotes home club.
COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. COLWYN BAY v. LLANDUDNO. THE GULLS VICTORIOUS. (BY VIGILANT.") These old rivals met for the first time this season on .Saturday, on the new ground in Llan- erch-road West, and the least that can be said in favour of the new enclosure is itihat, owing to the need of proper dimensions and the nature of the place, proper football cannot be played upon it. This is not said in any spirit to de- tract from the victory of Colwyn Bay over Llan- dudno-, but merely to say that it is no surprise which team wins upon it. Everyone will, of course, sympathise with Colwyn Bay in the difficulty that has so beset them regarding a ground; but the fact that they have not been able to get a better is, of course, no fault of other teams, who have to risk their reputations upon it. For instance, Llandudno have a ground of the fullest dimensions, and playing upon a ground with full scope is very different to having to play upon a pitch that a couple of mere kicks sends the ball out of play. It would be a very good thing if the Bayites could get upon a proper enclosure, and give no cause for any rivals miminising any victory the Bay. There is always pleasure in being able to say y z;1 to an opponent, when defeated,—that they were beaten" fair and. square," and that there were no grounds of excuse at all for a defeat. The Gulls, to my mind, do not flutter so well on this ground as they did on Penrhos, notwith- standing the fact that they have secured full points upon it. In a few words, one would! be glad if the District Council, or some kind sport- ing friend, could shew the Colwyn Bay execu- tive a way out of their difficulty. I can assure the executive that I sympathise with them in their difficulties, and wish to state that what has been said anent the ground is purely and simply in the interests of the game. The weather was threatening, but the rain kept off well during the match. The attend- ance was good, and amongst that attendance were some spectators, who;, like others,in Con- way, Llandudno, and elsewhere, need a lot of education in the rudimentary elements of sport. These persons come, on. a field with only one motive, and that is to see the home team win, if it can. They delight in nothing that is good on the other side, no. matter how delightful it may be from a purely sportsmanlike point of view, and the encouragement that these people give their own pets to do wonderful deeds lack- ing graciousness or courage is annoying to. many who happen to be near them. It is only right and proper that attention should be paid to thia point, and it would indeed be a fine move on the part of the Association were it to send circulars out to each club asking for special at- tention to this matter. Mr Pury will remember some not very nice language on the Chester ground last season. Well, to the game. Mr Tom Jones, of Holy- well, was the referee, and the following were the teams — Colwyn Bay: Hallwood, goal; David Roberts and Waterhouse, backs; Ned Griffiths, Tommy Wettings, and Jack Rowlands, halves; W. E. Roberts, Southern, C. Adamson, Stanley Hughes, and H. Pritchard, forwards. Llandudno Stallard, .goal; J. H. Jones and J.. E. Williams, backs; W. Edwards, T. John- son, and Harold Pearson, halves; R. Morris Davies, Brookes-Evans, .Jack Brown, J. Davies, and Jimmy Williams, forwards. I Colwyn Bay logt the toss, and Llandudno played towards the narrow goal end and down a slope, and in few minutes Colwyn Bay forced a corner off John H. Jones, which amounted to nil. The game on both sides was deplorably lacking in any dogged determination to show ,any real fire, until R. Davies, on the run, put in a surprise shot. Then Stanley, the plodder, was prominent at the other end with a most beautiful high shot at long range, which Stallard just managed to reach, and the ball bobbed up into the air from his attempt to clutch, and he fisted it away amidst applause. Both the at- tempt to, score and the save were very praise- worthy. Llandudno afterwards made a rush down with some good passing, which resulted in Hallwood being in trouble. He fell. and .a melee existed in front of goal, and it was mar- vellous how the ball did not go in the net, but the Colwyn Bay defence came to the rescue and saved the situation. Both sides then had turns at each end, Stan- ley Hughes being prominent for the Bay, and the Gulls secured a corner, which Llandudno were lucky in clearing. Then. Stanley Hughes became sparkling again, and Stallard had to save, which he did in good fashion. Several fouls were given against Llandudno, and the climax was reached when Southern and J. E. Williams .got at loggerheads. There were sounds of slaps, but Mr Tom Jones ruled, and both players remained on the field. These inci- dents, are to say the least, regrettable. Colwyn Bay nearly did the trick with a shot that was just wide. End to end play was seen, both sides making a good onslaught on the respective citadels. Brookes-Evans, at times, worked well, and on one occasion lost the ball through dallying. There were one or two narrow squeaks with the Bay, when iHallwood was hard pressed, but he came out of the ordeal with flying colours. Llandudno, after a good bit of combined work, managed to score through R. Davies, who caught the ball on the bound and sent a fast shot into the corner of the net, to the great de- light of the numerous Llandudtnoi supporters which were present, and half-time arrived with the score Llandudno, i Colwyn Bay, o. The Bayites were first .to show up in the second half, and put new life into the game. Stallard had soon to save, and during a spell of pressure the Gulls equalised through, W. E. Ro- berts. The result was greeted with great joy by their supporters, and it appeared to be the ne. cessary (stimulus for further efforts. Stanley Hughes tried his luck with a side shot, which was just wide of the billet. The game was vig- orously contested, and Ned Griffiths was hurt. Jack Brown got the advantage of getting close to Hallwood on one occasion, -and to the sur- prise of .the crowd, shot right at Hallwood, who cleverly stopped the ball. This was a chance that did not come the Cormorants' way again. The Bay retaliated strongly, and there was some good movements on the forwards' part, which gave great delight to their supporters. On one occasion, after a fine bit of dashing play, several of ,the forwards missed the ball, until Pritchard caught the ball nicely, and sent a flying shot into the corner of the net, amidst great ap- plause. The visitors made incursions to the other end,, and tried hard to effect a draw, but all efforts failed, and Colwyn Bay ran out win- Final thCir SeCOnd home League match. Colwyn Bay, 2; Llandudno, 1. -88C
LLANRWST v. LLANBERIS. THE ROOiSTERS VICTORIOUS. (By INIGO.") After an absence of several years, Llanberis, on Saturday, Jlslted Llanrwst in a League match The gate was small considering the ex- cellent form shown.by the home side in .pre- \_j_oub matches, and at 3.15 tihe referee, Mr Ellis ugi es, festimog, started operations with the men lined up in, the following order: Llanrwst: ,Gillett, goal; J. P. Williams and "R nr^R°r>, ^neS' 'k^cks.; Humphrey Roberts 5" t r1Ctlds> and France Williams, halves Bertie Griffiths, Chisholm, Cleeve, A. Richards' and Dennis Jones, forwards. hards, Llanbens: Q. j. Owen, goal; R„ LWd Ionised °?r-bacl?; G' berts O P r Th°lnas' halves; Dan Ro- berts O. C Griffiths, \V. R. Williams, J. Llovd Hughes, and E Lloyd Hughes, forwards. J ri A+ODL kick off the visitors attacked on the risht, but Trevor cleared and placed his for- wards m possession, .and Dennis Tones at onoe distinguished himself by a timely centre. T Lloyd Hughes came to the rescue, and the ball
TLWNOIS n I sr» COUGH CURE The purest and surest remedy obtainable for I C0LDS INFLUENZA I 10 C0lJGHS WHOOPING COUGH «.DSH,TIS NASAL CATARRH J CHRONIC AST HIV! A WEAK LUNGS J ALBERT SMITH, ESQ.. M.S.B.SC., the celebrated London analyst say;—"VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CORE IS composed of pure jngredients, and is a most excellent I remedy lor bronchitis, asthma, and all lnng affections." Price gid., 1/1 j and 2/9, of all Chemists.
FRIENDLY MATCH. RHOS-ON-SEA v. DEGANWY. lhos opened the season on their new ground on. 'Saturday with a match against Deganwy. The home team was as follows: — M. Hussey, goal; D. Hughes and Charlie," backs; Jones, Downes (captain), and Roberts, halves W. Phillips, E. Tucker, E. Phillips, W. Kay, and A Warburton, forwards. The homesters wonl the toss and thereby se- cured the advantage of a slight breeze. Play at the commencement was fast, the visiting for- wards attacking in fine style, but the home de- fence was very safe. Indeed, Rhas soon, took control of the game, their forwards quickly car- rying play to the other end, when good combina- tion by the right wing led up to a goal by Kay. Afttr close play in midfield, the home forwards were again aggressive, and E. Phillips scored a second. Far from losing heart, Deganwy now played much better than previously, and suc- ceeded in scoring, Hussey being completely beaten by a shot from long range. The visitors made' great effortst6 equalise, but the home de- fence held them in check. The Rhos inside for- wards worked to. some purpose, and twice in succession Kay found the net. Hallf time: — Rhois, 4; Deganwy, 1. The visitors opened the second half in deter- mined fashion, and for a time looked likely to reduce the deficit, but Rhos played well together, Downes shining at half. Following upon excit- ing; incidents in the home portion of the field, Rhos asserted themselves, and Tucker, u, the left, beat the visiting custodian with a fine shot. Deganwy seemed to lose heart, and played the one-back game, the game suffering in consequence. The home forwards were unable to cope with these tactics, and were repeatedly pulled -up for infringements of the offside rule. FA-entually E. Phillips .again scored for Rhos, the result being:- Rhos, 6; Deganwy, 1. COMMENTS. Rhos are to. be congratulated upon the result of their first match. There is some good material in the team, and with Arthur Downes, the erst- while Colwyn Bay player, to take an active in. terest in them they will no doubt shine this sea- son in junior football.
ST. MARTIN'S CUP. RUTHIN v GRESFORD. (BY CASTELLYDD.") The above cup-tie was played at Ruthin on Saturday before a fair gate, and, resulted in a win for the homesters by three goals to two, after a very stubborn .game. The feature of the afternoon was the goalkeeping of Owen, and the fine .game played by the home backs. Mr. Imrie Williams, Cefn Mawr, acted as re- feree, and the players lined up as follows :—■ Ruthin H. Wynn Owen, goal; Jack Thomas iand Dick Thomas, backs; G. Rowlands, W. A. Evains, and E. Hussin, half-backs; W. Good- win, W. R. Owen, T. W. Williams (captain), Willie Williams, and Jim Williams, forwards. Gresford: J. Morris, goal; W. Richardson and Herbert Jones, backs J. Roberts, T. Platt, and S. Newnes, half-backs S. Roberts, E. Chat- ham, J. Roberts, M. Jones, and H. Roberts, for- wards. Ruthin won the toss andl Gresford kicked up the field, and immediately attacked strongly, but were repulsed, but the visiting forwards, who were playing a combined game, again in- vaded the neighbourhood of the Ruthin goal, and Dick Thomas brought down Chatham just outside the penalty area as he was about to shoot, and the resulting free kick was well saved by Owen. The visitors continfued to bom- bard the home goal, but Owen dealt success- fully with all their efforts. The home forwards afterwards introduced themselves toi the visiting goalkeeper, but were sent back, and Gresford again took up the at- tack. Dick Thomas handled a hot shot from Jones within the penalty area, and Richardson made no mistake with the penalty kick. Then the Gresford bells rang. After this Ruthin at- tacked strongly, and. a nice movement by the left wing ended in T. W. Williams scoring from a.. pass by Owens. The home forwards livened up after this ooe cess, and kept the visiting defence fully em- ployed, and T. W. Williams should have scored on one or two occasions when, he sent the ball high over the bar when well placed. The Gres- ford forwards then, came up together, but the home 'defence prevailed. Play became very even, both ends being visited in turn. For the home- sters, Jim Williams ran down the field, and, passing the ball to. Willie Williams, he tricked the opposing half back and passed to Owen, who scored with a nice shot. Having had the lead, the home forwards, well supported, by the half backs, kept up an attack, on thelGreford goal, but no further scoring was done before the in- terval, which came with the score reading:- Ruthin, 2; Gresford, 1. After resuming Gresford took up the attack, but owing to the fine defensive work of Dick and Jack Thomas and Owen, they were unable to score. They forced many a corner kick, but Owen dealt with them all. During a scrim- mage in the home goal the referee awarded a penalty kick against Hussin for. handling, and -Owen touched the ball over the bar from' the penalty kick. From the corner kick Owen punched the ball to Dick Thomas, who punted the ball to Jim Williams, and he ran along the line and centred, only to see T. W. Williams miss the ball1 with only the goalkeeper in front of him. Ruthin again attacked, and' Jim Wil- liams, forgetting that he was playing on the; ex- treme left, sent the ball somewhere with his right foot that I am sure was intended for an- other place. From the goal kick the Gresford left wing got going, and H. Roberts sent the ball across the goalmouth. S. Roberts met it and crashed it into the net, giving Owen no chance. From the centre kick Ruthin attacked, and T. W. Williams and Goodwin attempted to shoot, but the captain sent wide. The visiting forwards now ran down the field and bombarded the home goal, but they met the home defence in fine form. They forced a corner, and Evans cleared the lines, only for the, ball to. be re- turned by the visiting backs. The left wiinig forced! ia corner wihich Owefn, punched away, only to see W. R. Owen handle the ball just within the penalty area. This was the third penalty against .Ruth.i'n for hands. (What's the best cure for it?) The penalty kick was taken, and Owen made an excelltnt save by turning the ball round the post. The, corner kick was cleared, and Jack Thomas, running from his position right up the field, sent in a fine shot, which hit the crossbar. Willie Williams met the rebound, and sent the ball into Morris' hands, who on being charged threw the ball to the toes of Jim Williams, who this time made no mistake. Gresford now fought hard for the equalising goal, and on one occasion they managed to net the ball, but were rul 3d offside, and the defence managed to keep them from scoring, and Ruthin won the right to play in the second round of th') St. Martin's Cup Competition. Final score Ruthin, 3 Gresford, 2. I am sure that the sympathy of all our sup- porters is with Mr. H. Wynn Owen, the vice- captain, who after giving such a brilliant dis- play of goalkeeping on, arriving at the house ,after the match leceived a telegram informing him of the death of his father, who had been in- disposed for some time past. All the players wish to accord their greatest sympathy to him in his bereavement. (Football continued on page 5).
The Coast Amateur Cup. Neither Holywell or Flint played their cup-ties on Saturday, having had permission to postpone them to play in the other cup-ties.
Chester Senior Cup. GREENFIELD v. CHESTER NOMADS. The first round in the above cup-tie took place on Saturday between Greenfield and the Chester Nomads. The match was witnessed by a large number of spectators. Greenfield completely over- ran the Nomads, although the Normads played a plucky game to the finish. The score at half-time was 4-0 in Greenfield's favour, and the final result was 10-0, after an exceedingly pleasant game and was enjoyed by spectators and players alike. There was only one foul during the whole of the game.
COLWYN BAY CLUB. The final of a ladies' competition was played on Wednesday, October 6th, the prizes being given by Dr and Mrs Williams. Best scores. H'cap. Gross. Net. Miss Hale. 18 97 79 Miss Greig 27 112 79 Miss P. Evans 24 104 80 Miss E. Smi th 20 104 84 Mrs Percy Shaw 10 95 85 Miss M. Sewell 20 108 8b Miss H. Phillips. 27 1x6 89
TREFRIW CLUB. The competition for the Clutterbuck Cup was concluded on September 30th, and was won. by Walter Smith with an average score of 71.16, C. hooper Morris being second with 71.66. A bogey competition was held on Saturday, when itihe weather was far from favourable, the following were the principal cards returned:- E. Clutterbuck (9) and H. H. Smith (10), all square; C. Cooper Morris (12) 1 down; A. J. Wright (29) 9 down; W. Mc.Gaul (27) 10 down. A mixed foursome competition will be held on Saturday, next.
An open-air elementary school carried on by the Monmouthshire Education: Committee is to have some provision made for excluding the rig- ours OIf winter. The children are to be sup- plied with a cup of hot milk at eleven a.m. each day, and be medically examined once a week.
TO FARMERS AND ESTATE AGENTS. GROUND LIME IN BAGS FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES. For Prices, apply to the Manufacturers, RAYNES & CO., K A Y N stm=m &to *s'F* t.) c Llysfaen Quarries & Lime Works, ——————— Near COLWYN BAY, OR OF THEIR VARIOUS AGENTS. 1420 Telegraphic Address: "FURNISHING, LIVERPOOL." Telephone, 1214 Royal. v I I I RI Mau ,"T% -a-71" HIIIT £ 100,000*omi of FURNISHING GOODS THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF BEDROOM SUITES, CABINETS, DRAWING-ROOM SUITES, OVERMANTELS, DINING-ROOM SUITES, BOOKCASES, SIDEBOARDS, HALL STAN US, "AND OTHER FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, FLOORCLOTHS, RUGS AND MATS, CURTAINS, AND GENERAL. FURNISHING GOODS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN ENGLAND, FOR CASH. T? A V A/T T T T7 c 34, 36, 38, 4°» 42' 44> 46» 48» j vJL XVJL J[ JLVJlLoi London Rd., Liverpool- 7 ARTHUR J. FLEET, Music Warehouse Penrhyn Road, COLWYN BAY. Pianofortes. Organs. Violins. Strings. Music Cases. Gramophones. Records. Phonographs-Edison Gem, &c. Rooms for Lessons and Practising. SPECIALITY: HIGH-CLASS TUNING AND REPAIRING. Tuner to the Pier Pavilions, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. 292 12 FIRST PRIZES at the WELSH INDUSTRIES EXHIBITION THE VALE OF CONWAY FLANNEL MILLS, TREFRIW, NORTH WALES. Proprietors THOMAS WILLIAMS & SON. If you wish to purchase DRESS LENGTHS, WELSH FLANNELS, SHAWLS, STOCKINGS, QUILTS, RUGS, &c., either for yourself or as PRESENTS for YOUR FRIENDS, write to the above address. Patterns supplied on application. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED TO BE MADE FROM PURE SOUND WELSH WOOL. 28 Davey's Sparkling Table Waters. Nassaw Works, LLANDUDNO. BRANCHES: BETTWS-Y-COED & BLAENAU FESTINIOG. MARSDEN & CO., Tailors, Breeches and Livery Makers, Ladies' Costumiers, and Undertakers, VAUGHAN STREET, LLANDUDNO. TERms-5 percent discount for Cash. Mourning Orders Completed in 24 Hours. W. F. BOOTH & CO. y MOLINEUX HOUSE, PHOTOGRAPHERS, ABERGELE ROAD, PICTURE FRAMERS. COLWYN BAY. 249 1 I ARMED AGAINST AILMENTS k Is an expression that may be fitly applied to all who make a practice of safeguarding their health by means of BEECHAM'S 1 PILLS. The tonic and blood-purifying properties of this excellent A medicine renders it a reliable means of defence against the attacks m of indigestion, biliousness, sick-headache, and many other ailments W arising from stomach, iiver, and bowel disorders. 1 It is important to remember that if once a man's digestive A functions have been perverted by disease, his general health V undergoes rapid deterioration, and a serious breakdown may occur if the proper measures are neglected. Fortify yourself V against Indigestion and Its attendant ailments T BY TAKING § BEECHAM'S PILLS f of indigestion, biliousness, sick-headache, and many other ailments W arising from stomach, liver, and bowet disorders. 1 It is important to remember that if once a man's digestive A functions have been perverted by disease, his general health V undergoes rapid deterioration, and a serious breakdown may occur if the proper measures are neglected. Fortify yourself V against Indigestion and Its attendant ailments T BY TAKING § BEECH A MIS PILLS f Sold everywhere in boxes, price 1/11 (56 pms) and 2/9 (168 pUis). IN MEMORMM CARDS. Choice Desrigrais in Stock. To be had at R. E. JONES & BROS'. Central Library, 8, Station.road, Colwyn Bay; Rose Hill-street, and Bangor-rcad, Conway. _1- IN ORDER TO SUCCEED it is necessary to be known. The best way to become knovra I is to advertise. ThiA best paper in which to advertise is The North Wales Weekly News.
was taken to .midfield, where, after some drib- bling by the forward line, Arthur Richards dashed up on the left and centred, Owens clear- ing. This was followed by a combined move by the home forwards, which Buck did his utmost to check, and which, for a time, he succeeded in doing. J. P. Williams passed to Chisholm, who gave to Richards, but R. Lloyd Hughes effected a clearance. GOALS FOR THE HOMESTERS. The home side, showing superior tactics, kept the leather well in the visitors' half, J. P. Wil- liams again serving 'his forwards well. Chis- holm took the ball well up and tipped it across to the right winger, Bertie Griffiths, who found the net with an oblique shot, Owens making no attempt to save. This early success had a rous- ing effect on the visitors, Gillett being quickly called upon to clear his lines from the brothers Lloyd Hughes. Play settled down, in midfield, the Roosters having ,decidedly the best of mat- ters, and the left wing was conspicuous with several fine runs. The visitors had a turn in the attack, and although several times the ball was worked! into respectable shooting distance, the whole line of attack seemed quitei at sea as re- gards shooting. They .managed to keep the pres- sure in the vicinity of Gillett's charge, but no. thing more dangerous than a corner could they inflict, and this was easily cleared. Bertie Griffiths raced away for Owens, his shot soar- ing over the crossbar. From the goal kick, A. Richards met the ball, and taking a circular route via the right wing evaded all opposition and 1pa,g,sed to Cleeve, who easily registered number two. VISITORS AGGRESSIVE. The Perisiarns were soon on the warpath, France Williams effecting a clearance, while at the other end Chisholm shot wide of the mark. A run was made by the brother Hughes, whom Trance Williams managed to check when close in goal. Bertie Griffiths just missed the mark at the other end, and a pretty move by Dan Roberts, 'Chambers Griffiths, and Willie Wil- liams was well cleared. The visitors quickly returned, and the ex-Festindoig man made a de- termined effort, which brought out the home defence, who drove the Perisians well into their own half. Ghishoilm and the visiting custod- ian had a lively contest for supremacy, from which the man between the sticks; emerged vic- torious. The visiting forwards exhibited the better combination, and Gillett was quickly tested. The home side were sioon in the vicinity of Owen, and a corner resulted, soon followed by a second, but no. advantage was gained. Arthur Richards (headed a beauty just over the bar, followed a few minutes later by an attempt which hit the post. The fusilade- on the visi- tors' goal was kept up for some minutes, and a long kick by R. D. Richards from quite forty yards' range, hilt the crossbar and glanced into the net. Half-time: Llanrwst, 3; Llanberis, o. The second half opened with an, attack by the Roosters, A. Richards shooting wide. This was followed by an attack by the Perisians, well fed by Buck. Dan Roberts and Griffiths made a determined run, and forced a corner, which was well cleared by /Humphrey Roberts. Dennis Jones tested the custodian, who cleared at the expense of a corner. The home forwards made several attempts at breaking through, but thanks to Lloyd Hughes, whose defensive worli was brilliant, their efforts were foiled. AN EASY WIN. The visiting left wing took matters -in hand, and paid a visit to Gilleftt, who was safely cov- ered by Trevor. The old war horse placed his forward line in possession, and Dennis Jones shot high over the bar. Shots were aimed at Owens by R. D. Richards and J. P. Williams, and play was confined for a time to the .visitors' goal mouth. Owen Owens eventually headed into his own goal, thus placing another goal to to the credit of (the Roosters. An effort, on be. half of the visitors, by Griffiths and Williams just failed. The visitors' defence worked with a will to avert further disaster, and try as they would the Roosters could not register a further goal, the final whistle sounding with the result: Llanrwst, 4; Llanberis, o. COMMENTS. For the visitors, Owens, in goal, was too slow, and should have saved the first goal without much effort. The backs were good, especially R. Lloyd Hughes, whose defensive work was grand. The half line were a hard working lot; Buck, perhaps, being the most persistent; whilst in the front line all were good in mid- field, but when near goal they were entirely at sea. Only a couple of good shots were wit- nessed, and those by the brothers Hughes, but they lacked sting in their parting effort. For the Roosters, Gillett was perfectly safe, and the same may be said of the backs, J. P. Williams being certainly more at home in that position than in the attacking line. Thanks to the hailif line for the excellent feeding of the for- wards, the whole trio are deserving of praise. The forwards were not so brilliant. Cleeve was not nearly as good as on the previous Satur- day. Chisholm, who appeared for the first time, was suffering from a bad neck, and under the circumsitanices, did well. The left wing were too fond of playing to the gallery, with the re- sult that many valuable opportunities were lost. Bertie Griffiths played a winning game, and no back can afford to trifle with Bertie when he gets near the sticks.