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Deganwy Action in Liverpool.

Talycafn Mart Sale.


Socialism at Llandudno.


Y.M.C.A. Conference at Colwyn…

Dinglewood v. Abergele CountyI…


Dinglewood v. Abergele County School. To THE EDITOR OF THE Weekly News. Sir,-May I be allowed to correct an entirely misleading account of the above match which appeared in last week's issue of the Weekly News? The report states that the County School authorities allowed others than members of the School to represent them on the football field. Let me at once assure your readers that this statement is absolutely untrue. Neither on this nor on any other occasion has the Abergele County School team consisted of any players but those who are genuine schoolboys. The report further states that it is to be regretted that there is no other team in Aber- gele in which theYOlmg men ot the district can give proof of their prowess. The reply to this is simple. The average age of our team against Dinglewood was barely sixteen-hardly the age when boys are to be accounted as young men The defeat of Dinglewood by II goals to nil was certainly crush- ing, but it is quite in keeping with the scores recorded in our other matches this term. So far the County School has played four matches: against Kpworth College, St. Asaph County School, Abergele Town, and Dinglewood, and our boys have scored 4S goals against their opponents' 5.— Yours, &c., Abergele County School, W. J. EVANS. 22nd November, 1909.

'Taxi-Cabs for Colwyn Bay.

IAbergele Sparks.



Socialism at Llandudno.