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I Protection will Reduce Employment. That the gate at Llandudno; was fourpence short of Cio. Very tidy, Treasurer Williams. That Johnnie Williams was an absentee. Love and Christmas) Jfoiyis. That J. T. Owen, of Colwyn Bay, was mar- ried this Christmas. That many will wish Jack and his gal much luck and happiness. I join heartily. That Owen has been a serviceable memlber in the Gulls' rarhhs. That my friend, Jack Owen, of Beaumaris, has afliao joined the matrimonial estate. To him and his I wish all good luck they deserve. Llwyddianit, a hiT oes, Jack bach anwyil. That Fred W. Jones' picture in our Last issue was much praised. That tihe geniail Fred was also pleased. That someone on, the Llandudno ground on Christmas day revived the old wheeze Chase me! Could it be truly I wonder. That Brymbo has joined the Combination and taken over Birkenhead's engagements. That they have a stiff away task. That th-edr, appearance ini Bangor on Saturday was most encouraging. That they are a fine, strong, clever, and, I understand, captained, by Horace Blew, the Welsh international. That they are attired in, red; jerseys and white pants, and look fine when they turn out to- gether. That they played a rattling good game, and worked well up to the vicinity of Williams, but were not so smart in fronlt of goal as one~ would wish. That the ground was totally uiitfit for anyone to judge a team. It was simply a quagmire. And how the Bangor,ians revelled in it. That the rain fell piitalessily^ upon the scene, adding misery upon misery, upon, what was sup- posed to, be football. That I was very pleased myself with the tall centre half which Brymbo have. That he was very effetctilve in his work, and looked well as the central figure on the arena. That I think much more will be heard of the Colliers before the season is much older. That I am sure the Bangor exchequer has been splendidly replenished recently. That Carnarvon, turned the tables on the Homers on Monday for the defeat the Canaries received at Bangor on the previous Saturday. That the result in each case was 3-1. That there was not such a big gate in. Carnar- von as was expected owing to the weather. That Llandudno Reserves came a cropper again at Menai Bridge on Monday. That the Reserves have yet to win their first match. JI That someone has asked is it to be won on Saturday next in the cup-tie. That it would be an auspicious opening of the new year. It would be a sort of clenig." That Llandudno Amateurs, had a fruitless journey to Pwllheli on Boxing Day. That the game had, (to be abandoned with Pwllheli leading 1-0. That the rain was ptiless and torrential. That it is hard lines on toe 'Chers to have to make thiei journey again, not only on account .so of expense, but also because of sparing appropri- ate dates. That it was hoped that the match with Pwll- heli would have proved somewhat of a prelimin- any canter with. the Penguins in view of the semi-finail for the Coast Cup, which is to be played between the teams at Bangor in February. That the Combination matches between Den- bigh and Rhyl have proved real battles royal, in more senses than one. That the Denbigh Thrushes, on the whole, proved superior to the .Sandimaxtins of Rhyl. That there is no doubt tfhat the Thrushes, and also the Sandmartins, arle undergoing a levelling-up prooess. That the enthusiasm at each match was great, and in many cases rowdy. A holiday crowd has boundless enrthusiastics." That it was rumoured by a little bird that partisanship ran very high—oh so high That Willie Wynne was able to go about on Boxing Day. That he got many a Gwyliau llawen." That his many friends will be glad to see him back in his old place. That I wish the 'Chers would take my .^advice in playing the ball more, and have W»s 'of the man-watching. That it would pay weill. That it is worth trying. Remember that I am backing you up for the Coast Cup. That you must certainly give me a good run for my money Thait I think the 'Chers are able, if only will- ing. That it would be a crowning event in Harold Pearson's football career and his captainship to have that cup in Llandudno. That I would ask my leaders to peruse Uncle's letter re the cup in the Post-bag column. That wherever Uncle lives, ne generally puts I in all he knows in favour of the team of that town. That a terrible top-roofer sneeze of Uncle's m High-street, Bangor, disclosed his. identity. That the pressmen at Bangor on Monday were nicely nestled in a packed stand. That the ducky weather damped everyone. That the Wednesday League is progressing splendidly.

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