LEAGUE DIVISION I. P. w. L. D. NottsCounty.25.3..6.. 6..53..36..3' Liverpool. Everton. 23..10..9..4..32..34..24 NottsForest. 24.. 8.o.. 6..35..44..22 Bury. 6..40..44. 20 PrestonNorthEnd..24..8..i3.. 3..36..45.9 BristotCity. 24.. 6..12.. 6..28..42..i8 Tottenham Hotspur. 22.. 5.2.. 5..28..44.5
LEAGUE DIVISION II. P. W. L D. F. A. Pts. DerbyCounty.22.. 5.. 4.. 3..52..27.. 33 ManchesterCity.22.. 4-. 4- HuM City.24.. 2.. 6.. 6..48..30..30 WoiverhaT]ptonW..24.. 2.. 9" Barnstey. 22.. 8.. 3 WestBromwichA..23" i..n.. 0)dhamAth!etic.2t.. 9.. 7.. 5 ?3 Btackpoot.24.. 8..q.. 22.. q.. 9-. 4-34-3' LeedsCity. 23.. 6..t3.. 4 Birmingham. 23..4-'3 "6..27..49 "'4
THE COMBINATION. P. W. L. D. Pts. Wrexham.2i..io..7.. 4..45..42..24 Saltney. 14..10.. 3.. t. 34..17..2! Bangor. 15..<).. 5.. i.47..37..tQ Connah'sQuay.5.. 7..7.. i.37..33 .5 Rhyt.17.. 4..8.. 5-34 ..47.3 Denbtgh. t6.. 5..0.. 2..35.48..10 Chirk. i7..4..n..2..3t..53..to 15.. 2..t2.. t..2t..62.. 5
WELSH COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Conway. n.. 3..6.. 2..i8..2Q.. 8 it.. 2..9.. o.. 23..33..4 PwUhe)i.4. 2.. i.a.. 8.. 3
WELSH COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE. P. W. L. D. Pts. UechidSwifts. 5.. 2.. 2.. i..t4..23.. 5
COAST WEDNESDAY LEAGUE. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. CotwynBay.5..3..2..o..i3..8.. 6 Conway.6.. 3.. 3.. 0..7.25..6
RESULTS AT A GLANCE. LEAGUE—DIVISION I. *Chetsea. o AstonVilIa. o Newcastle United. t *\otts Forest. o LEAGUE—DIVISION II. *Hutl City. 2 WotverhamptonW. ? ManchesterCity. 2 ?Lincotn City. ? *WestBromwichAibion t OiJhamAthietic. ? THE COMBINATION. *Chester. 2 Wrexham. Saitney. 3 *Chirk i *Whitchurch. 2 Middtewich. o *0swestry. i Tranmere Rovers. o COAST SENIOR LEAGUE. *Hanrwst. 3 Bangor WELSH AMATEUR CUP. *BangorReserves.<; Hotyhead ?
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE (DIVISION I.)- Sheaield United v. Cheisea LEAGUE (DIVISION II.)— Bradford v. 0)dham Athletic THE COMBINATION- Middlewich v. Rhyl COAST SENIOR LEAGUE— Bangor Reserves v. PwUhe)i—A. C. Stater Conway v. Hanrwst—E. Hoyd-WHIiams. Ho)yhead v. Hanberis—R. D Richards University Cottege v. Carnarvon—W. R. Weich COAST JUNIOR LEAGUE— Gtasinfryn Swifts v. Hotyhead Reserves—J. B. Morgan On the ground of the Crst-named c!ub.
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COAST LEAGUE DIVISION I. LLANDUDNO AMATEURS v. CONWAY. HOMESTERS' EASY VICTORY. (BY FiDELIS. ') Owing to the Cup-tie with those sportsmen. from Carnarvon being abandoned, a match was arranged with Conway; and I must admit that the Jackdaws for once in a while provided rather poor fare. There was none of the dash which one would expect from such near rivals. We again had the honour of Mr. Richards presence as knight of the whistle. Te-ams;—Llandudno: Stallard; J. H. Jones an'd H. Pearson; Jack Brown, T. Johnson, and H. Davies; W. D. Williams, Brookea Evans, Johnnie Williams, Bob Davies, and Jim Williams. Conway Llew Parry; Tom Jones, Now Ellis; G. Williams, Bob Owen, and W. Evans; Tom Craves, Joe Hughes, E. Davie's, Tom Morgan, and Seth, Parry\ TWO PENALTIES CONVERTED. Conway were successful in the spin o<f the coin. and took advantage of the wind, Johnnie WiHiams starting the game before a moderate gate. A rush was at once made for Llew, and that worthy was within an ace of having his colours lowered in the first few minutes. Davy W illiams centred well on two occasions for Bob Davies to head the wrong side of the post. Jim Williams then had a tussle with Tom Jones which resulted in a corner. This was well placed by Jim, and from the scramble Brookes Evans shot in, and although the ball was partly cleared, Tom Johnson met it on the rebound and drove into the net. The Jackdaws now livened up a bit, the home defence having to put in all they knew to keep their goal intact. W. Evans sent in a fine shot, but Stallard fisted out, and J. H. Jones was aeen to trip an opponent within the dreaded area. A penalty was p.t once award- ed, and Bob Owen beat Stallard with a low shot. It was not long after this. that a similar thing occurred at the other end, Now Ellis being the offender. Brookes Evans was entrusted with the kick, and Llew Parry brought off a fine save, only to see his clearance met by Bob Davies who sent a rising shot into the top of the net. Play now became rather tame, and half time arrived with the score .2—i in favour cxf the Cormorants. CORMORANTS PLAY SLACKLY. The Amateurs with the wind in their favour soon began to make things hum, and it was not long before Johnnie Williams had further in- creased the lead. The Jackdaws were at this stage nlaying a rather slack game, and had the homesters been more bustling in their methods I feel confident they would have again lowered the Jackdaws colours. It seems to be a great fault with the Amateurs that if they get a couple off goals ahead they take .matters easy. It was during a lull of this kind that the visitors got away, and Joe Hugbes slipping between the backs, beat Stallard with a fine shot. The Amateurs again took up the attack with the re- sult that a penalty was awarded for handling. Johnnie Williams took the kick and drove straight at Llew, but he was unable to get the ball away, and Johnnie rushing in slipped the ball into the net. The Amateurs though pressing hard were unable to add to the score. The game ending in a victory for the Cormorants. Result: Llandudno, 4; Conway, 2.
LLANRWST v. BANGOR UNIVERSITY. SOME SENSATIONAL PLAY. (By iNico.") The visit of ftbe Varsity team to Gwydyr Park on Saturday proved one of the most interesting events of the season. They were strongly represented, as was also the home side, W ill Trevor making his first appearance since New Year's Day. The ground was soft and covered with a thin layer of snow, but overhead was in. every respect ideal. The referee, Mr. W. R. Welch, Crewe, mustered the teams up in the following order. LIanrwst: Goal, Gillett; backs, J. P. Wil- liams, W. Trevor Jones; forwards, Chisholm, IIowell Roberts, Cleeve, A. Richards, Dennis R. Jones. Bangor University: Goal, Daniels; backs, C. H. Jones, A. N. Owen halves, W. J. Jones, Rowlands, Brock; forwards, T. E. jcnt--s, Mathews, Wright, Smedley, Claude Davies. The home team kicked off towards the river, but were quickly robbed of the leather, Mathews crossing to Jones, who smartly evaded the home defence and got well down, when he was beaten by France Williams, the relief was only momen- tary, and the same player again got possession Getting in shooting range, he sent wide of the mark. l-'rom the kick out play was quickly transferred to the o<ther end by the aid of Chis- holm and Howcll Roberts. The visitors, how- ever, became aggre&ive, and both R D Richards and J. P. Williams were kept busy repulsing the attack. Some judicious moves by Howell Ro- berts found the Roosters in a good position, Daniels saving, and the Varsity with clock-like movements got to the home quarters. This kind, of play continued for some minutes, the Varsity forwards proving too fleet for the home defence. Richards at length opened out the game, and Chisholm got possesion, sending in a timely centre, which Howell Roberts con- verted into a splendid goal. No sooner had the leather been set in motion than the Roosters were again testing the Varsity defence, and were certainly getting the best of matters. This put additional life into the visitors, and a turn of severe pressing found Humphrey Roberts kicking out of play to save disaster. This was quickly followed by a corner, which was safely negoti- ated. The play continued fast and interesting, the game opening out well on both sides, the backs being sorely tested, but the Varsity sent several shots wide of the mark. Mathews and Wright played brilliant football. The home line was at lasft set going, and Dennis Jones put in the final stroke, which went against the side of the net. The visitors again a', took matters Gillettwise, and twice in quick suc- cession the custodian cleared, a corner being finally forced, which was safely cleared. R. D. Richards sent in a long shot at Daniel, which just failed the mark, France Williams taking similar aim with the .same result. Mathews fM the visitors sent in a wild shot, and CLaud Davies tested Gillett. Half time Llanrwst, i Bangor University, o. From the restart a miskick by Cleeve let in the visitors, and Gillett was at once called uoon. His charge being cleared, the ball was trans- ferred to Daniels on the left. Dennus Jones send- ing in a fast, well judged centre, Cleeve regis- tered second goal as the result of clever work. Both sides at this period added considerable life to the game. the Roosters having the beat of matters, but a foul againat the home side gave the Varsity gome advantage, Gillett scooping out a shot and giving a corner. The Latter was safely negotiated, and the Roosters quickly returned to the attack, and there were couple of shots in quick succession. Cleeve, accurate in his aim, on two occasions tested Daniels to the extreme The visitors .gradually worked up the line, and by persistent attack the home backs were sorely pressed, France being the o<nly one to show form, and his repeated clearances were loudiv cheered. He gave his side the leather, and Richards got possession and passed to Dennis JOTies, who raced up the line and centred to Cleefve, the latter having no dimcultv in defeajt- mg the custodian, thus registering the third goal for the Roosters. The pace had been very fast throughout, and the ground heavy goia, and the Varsity being decidedly the quicker on the ball, and this pace was beginning to toll on the Roosters, with the
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COLWYN BAY v. FESTINIOG. THE SEASIDERS WIN. (By GwiLYM.") On a snow covered ground on Saturday, Co.l- wyn Hay were opposed by the Quarrymen from BIaena.u Festiniog in a league match. A biting wind prevailed, which made it most uncomfort- able for the sprinkling of spectators who had gathered around the ropes. Mr. E. Lloyd Wil- liams had charge of the teams who lined up as follows — Colwyri Bay Hallwo<xl; T. Wynne EIUs and O. E. Wiilliams Ned Grimths, Birch, and Jack Wynne Ellis; Norman Pritchard, Hughes, Southern, Stanley Hughes, and Howell Pritchard. Eestiniog Whittaker Tom Hughes and Bob Ellis; KinfMar, Morris, and W. H. Williams; W. J. Penny, Moss Roberts, J. Hughes, W. R. Rowlands, and W. Rowlands. The opening of the game proved somewhat sensational for Southern parted with the ball to Stanley, and he got around the back, and easily beat NVhittaker in the first two minutes. The ground was in a very treacherous condition, the players not being able to hold their feet. The Bayites came away again, Norman Pritchard leading the way. His centre was as accurate as could be wished, but Southern missed a glorious chance. Little Norman again showed a clean. pair of heels to W. H. Williams, and this time he brought Whittaker to his knees with an effec- tive ground shot, which gave the Bay the ad- vantage of a corner, which was of no avail. The homesters were undoubtedly masters of the situation up to this point. Norman Pritchard being loudly cheered for his accurate manoeuvr- m.g of the ball. As a result of a centre by him, there was a scrimmage in the visitors goal mouth, ultimately J. 'Hughes placed the ball out of the reach of Whittaker. The visitors im- proved in their form, and made a determined attack on Hallwood, with the result that the centre forward drew first blood for the Quarry- men. Agiain and again Norman Pritchard was prominent on the wing, and a very effective centre of his v/as .converted into a goal by Southern. The visitors attacked strenously after this, and when the whistle blew for breathing tim.e, they were buzzing around Hallwood in dangerous fashion. The score at half tim.e was in fa.vo.ur of the Bay by 3 goals to i. PRITCIIARDS PROMINENT. The ground in the second portion of the game had become exceedingly treacherous. The Bay- ites forced play, and through Howel Pritchard gamed a corner kick, which was effectively cleared. Miskicks were frequent, and these in a large measure were the caRse of the downfall of the custodians. A rush by the visitors looked. dangerous. The forwards swung the ball about beautifully, but when they came to within shooting range, they failed miserably. A corner .?ck awarded them was not taken advantage of. Excellent play by Norman Pritchard followed, and there was a hot attack on the visitors cit- adel. Whittaker saved at the corner of the post, and immediately lie was pounced upon, and rush&d into the net, but fortunately he had slipped the ball out of his hands, and Ellis had cleared from the resultant corner kick. The play of the homesters deterioraetd considerably and there were shouts of Come on, the Bay." Norman Pritchard, who was undoubtedly the favourite with the crowd, proved himself a veri- table trier. A miskick by'O. E. Willia.ms let in the visitors. Hallwood in his excitement left his charge to meet his oncoming opponents, but W. R. Rowlands evaded him and shot -into a ke'eperleas goal. The Quarrymen fought hard to gain the equaliser, and gave Hallwood a 1 of time. A change in the venue came through Howel Pritchard, who forged ahead along the Iin.s, and accurately centred across the goal mouth, and before anyone could notice, Noa-man intchard sprung from .wm.ewhere and netted amid.t enthusiasm. In the rush, Southern caire in.to collision with on.e of the enemy," and had to retire from the field. The latter stages of the game were fought in a determined fashion by the quarrvmen who, through Penny decreased the lead of the homesters by another clever goal ihey pressed up to the end, but CQuld: not again penetrate the defence to gain an equaliser. Thus th,e game ended in a win in favour of the Bay by 4 goals to 3. NOTES. There was but little excitement in the game throughout. The Bay were decidedly superior in the first moiety, but the quarrymen showed considerable improvement in the last half of the game. Hallwood in goal was not the usually safe Charlie. He left his charge too often on Saturday. The backs were a sturdy pair, but one of the best men on .the team was in the centre half position. He is an. excellent tackier, and passes to his forwards with judgment The other two men also played a good game The star of the forward line was the new capture, Norman Pritchard of Rhyl; who although small- eat in stature Off the whole twenty two never knew when he was beaten. The rest of the forward line played well, and it was unfortunate that Southern had to retire through injury. Tommy McCann and Dick Rowlands were inter- estcd spectators of the game. On first Looks, Whittaker struck me as being an excellent stamp of a. custodian. He has might and muscle, but his display was somewhat disappointing. The backs were not trustworthy. Kinnaar, .the Artillery man, was no.t at home on Saturday, and did ruot gi.ve his usual good ex- hibitions of the way fo.ot.ball should be played. The forward line had plenty of dash, but when in the vicinity of goal they appeared to be hope. lessly at sea.
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FRI.ENDLY. ST. TRILLO S v. COLWYN BAY CELTS. THE CELTS BEATEN AT LAST. This match was. played at Rhos in. ideal weather. The Celts who had not been beaten brought their strongest eleven. The teajna lined up <is follows — St. Tri.Uo's: J. Berts; H. P. Evans, R. Ellis, E. Mclntyre, S. Arundale, G. P. Hushes, W. Phillips, E. Tucker, E. Phillips, C. Lloyd, Alf. J'on'es. Celts: D. Jcnes; J. Jones, E. Jones, J. Hughes, Ll€w Roberts, W. HoskiThS, AUord, T. Parry, T. Lu'n't, R. Jones, W. Jones. Both tsams turned, out as seLected. The Sadntta won .the toss. and Lunt kicked off. The Celts began attacking, but Berts cleared. Then the Saints got to work, and E. Phillips was dis- tinctly unlucky with a couple of good shots. The Saints kept up their pressure, and it was seen that they meant business. It was not long bet-ore E. Phillips got througth on his own, and easily defeated the Celts' goalie. This en- livened the game a little, but owing to the de- fence of the Saints, the Celts forwards could not get going. Again the Saints attacked, and a centre from W. Phillips was met by A. Jones, who scored :m offside goal. Not to be denied, they kept up their pressure, and before long A. Jones put them further ahead. At this time there was no holding the Saints forwards, and before long a good effort by E. Phillips was met by H. Tucker, who scored with a good *.hot. Soon after the wMstIe sounded for the interval with the Saints leading by 3 clear goals. On resuming the Celts attacked, but were driven back. After some even play the Cetts forced a comer, from which W. Hoskins scored. This livened the Saints up, and a good shot from E. Phillips missed by inches only. Soon after some play on the left, enabled C. Lloyd to score the fourth with a. nice shot. After this the Celts goahe left the field, and tried to persuade the others to follow. The Celts from now to the end others to follow. The Celts from now to the end were outplayed. The whistle sounded for tune J with the Saints leading by 4 goals to cue. N'OTES. Great praise is due to the Saints for beicLg the nrst team to lower the Celts' colours. The nrst team to lower the Celts' colours. The Saints all 'played well, and were determined to give the Celts a good game. J. Berts in goal had ruoft much to do, and what he did be did with praise. Of the bachs, H. P. Evans. was in fine form, Ellis al'so playing a fine game. The halves were much too .good for the Celts for- wards, all three playing good football. The for. words they were much too good for the Celts' defence, each one playing good football, and they also combined we! On a dry ground. I do not know of a better line for combination. The Saints have done well so far this season, having won 9, lost 2, and drawn 2.
Football Chips. I That the Cormorants fulfilled a League fixture with the Jackdaws on Saturday, owing to the Cup-tie with the Canaries being abandoned. That the homesters scored twice in the first half through Johnson and Davies. Bob Owen netting for Conway. That in. the second portion of the game LIan- dudno played rather carelessly after Johnnie Williams had incre.asfd their lead. That Conway played up in plucky fashion, and Joe Hughes reduced the deceit. That the Cormorants then woke up and Johnuie Williams placed the issue beyond doubt. That it was not an exciting game by any means, although interesting at tnnes, and the points went to tihe better te&m.
-c. Llandudno Urban District Council. A Charity Discontinued. Mr. James McMaster presided over the monthly meeting of the above CoTincil at Llan. dudno cm Thursday. The other members pre- sent were Messrs. W. H. Jones, S. Chantrey, J. 0. Thomas, II. Wilson, Hugh Edwards, Wjn. Thomas, Robert Roberts, James Marks, E. E. Bone, Pierce Jones, and F. J. Sar?on with the Clerk (Mr. A. C<Minolly)., the Engineer (Mr. E. P. Stc.phenson), and the other onicials. WHAT IS THE REASON? Mr. S. 'Chantrey said he should like to have the reason why the meeting of the Council was adjourned on the previous day, because, per- sonally, he suffered some inconvenience. The Chairman replied that there were several reasons, and the principal of these was that several of the members, could not attend. It was also inconvenient for him to attend the M" me-e-ting the previous day. He was sorry that Mr. Chantrey had been inconvenienced, but it was not likely to occur again. Mr. Chantrey: I thought perhaps the meet- ing was adjourned because of the political meeting in the evening. The Chairman Oh, dear, no, that had no- thing to do with it. Mr. Chantrey said he was entitled to ask the particular reasons. He took it that the political meeting in the evening had mothing to do with it, because there was another political meeting that night, and both sides should be treated zilil,e. The Chairman again said the political meet- ing had nothing whatever to do with it. AN ALLEGED NUISANCE. At a -meeting of the Works Committee the Surveyor reported an interview he had had with the Rector of Llandudno w.ith reference to a notice served by the Inspector of Nuisances on the Rector and churchwardens as owners of Dolfechan Farm, requiring certain alterations to the cowhouse. The alterations being, in the Rector's opinion, required as a result of the construction oi the new road to th-e cemetery, he suggested that tLe Council should bear the ex- pense of the work. The suggestion was not entertained by the Committee. On the -motion of Mr. Chantrey, however, it v.'as decided to refer the matter back to the Com- mittee. THE HEALTH OF THE TOWN. Mr. James Marks, the Chairman of the Health Committee, remarked that the death-rate for the year igog was a very favourable one of 8.9 p&r 1,000 Ctf the population. The death-rate bad been s'tea.o.i!y decreasing with the exception o'f one year ever since 1900, when, it was 13.3 per 1,000 cf the population. (Applause.) THE ELECTIONS. The Finance Committee, upon a report pre- sented by the Clerk (Mr. Connolly), recom- mended that the Council should make represen- tation to the County Council in favour of certain changes in the wards and number of members, and as to the period of elections of members. At present the town has three wards for Urban District Council purposes, but it has four wardt. ifor County Council election purpose's, and this renders separate lists of electors necessary for the two kinds of elections. It would be more con- venient foa- the electors, and one list oif electors cnly would be needed, if !tihere were four wards for Urban District Council elections co-termin.us with those for County Council elections. In order to allow for 'one-third the members of each ward retiring each year the number of Council- lo.rs would have to be increased frcm eighteen to twenty-four. Mr. Robert Robej-ts moved tthat four wards be formed, and that the elections be triennial. Mr. William Thomas seconded the motion. Mr. Hugh Edwards said he felt that it would be advisable that further consideration should be given to the proposal, and moved that it be referred to the Council in committee. Mr. James Marks seconded this, remarking that personally be did not mind whether the elections were held every three years or not, but the Colwyn Bay people, who. had tried that system, were already tired of i.t, finding that it was not a good principle for towns of that size, and where continuity of work was required. Mr. Robert Roberts remarked that when he moved the resolution he< was under the impres- sion .that the triennial elections plan was not contentious. He withdraw his proposition in favour of that of Mr. Edwards. The latter was carried. DISCONTINUATION OF A CHARITY. rhe Chairman made a statement in his cap- acity as trustee for the !St. Thomas' Day Charity, the revenue from the end'owment of which is distributed annually for the assistance of the aged poor. Until recently the charity was administered by the Rector and churchwar- dens, but an order was made by the Charity Commissioners under which representatives of the Urban District Council have been appointed with the Rector and wardens to do the work. The trustees met prior to Christmas, when the Rector told them that the wardens had been in communication with the authority who collected the money, who had paid over /'4o, a moiety of the tithes of Conway, and as far as they were concerned they were all right. But Lord Mos- tyn, or the Mostyn trustees:, or whoever the authorities of that estate were, had declined to pay the annual sum off £2, which had been paid ffoi: 150 or 200 years under the will of Rhisiart ap Roberts, alleging that they knew nothing at all about the charge, and that the money had been paid as a personal subscription by Lord Mostyn. Under the will of the testator, it was understood that th.e fund had been invested' in the form of a charge upon property in LIan- dudno known as Ty Gwyn., but the estate pro- fessed that they did not know where Ty Gwyn was. That was an extraordinary position to take up as he himself had no. difficulty in locating the position of the property called in the old tune at LIandudno Ty Gfwyn. Mr. Nathan Jones, the people's warden, had undertaken to writ<s to the Charity 'Commiasioiiers about the matter. They did not want to lose the £2.. It might possibly turn out that the motney was in. vested in such a way that it produced hundreds of pounds. Mr. Robert Roberts stated that when Mr. T. E. Morris held an inquiry at Llandudno with respect to .this charity, he found that £2' was due from the Mostyn estate, it being a charge upon certain landi called Ty Gwyn, which was originally a farm. There had been no altera- tion at all in the form of the distribution of the money, except the addition of the reprcsentta- tives of the Council as trustees, and surely the Council could be trusted to discharge the duty of distributing the money as faithfully as the Rector and wardens. Replying to Mr. Sarson, the Chairman stated that the Moatyn trustees paid the money with out protest so long as the charity was adminis- tered by the Rector and wardens, but when the trust was put into public hands under the Act of Parliament they would pay no longer. The following resolution was unanimously passed, on the motion of Mr. W. H. Jones, seconded by'Mr. Hugh Edwards:—"That the representatives of the Council be and are here- by authorised to make such inquiries as they think advisable in relation to the income from the charity of Risiart ap Roberts, which has now been discontinued." WO'RKMEN'S COTTAGES. A letter was read from the Local Government Board with regard to the proposal to borrow £350 for the erection, of two wokmen's cottages in Water-street, Llandudno, and stating that it did not appear to the Board that the Llandudno Improvement Act, 1834, authorised the appro. priati.o'n of the site for the purpose of the pro. posed cottages, and enquiring for what purposes the cottages were required. The Finance Committee were asked to consider this letter, and they decided that appli- cation be made under the powers of Part III. of the Housing of the Working Classes Act, iSao, and that the Beard be infoTm.ed. that the cottages were required for the housing of the working classes. THE FREE LIBRARY. The Council decided, to accept the tender of Mr. H. Willoughby .Lance, at /'oQ, for the sup- ply and fixing of heating apparatus in the Library. WEST PARADE IMPROVEMENTS. At a meeting of the Council in oommittèe7a letter of Messrs. Smith, Gore, and Co. with reference to the transfer to. the Council of the control of the uncovered land between West Parade and the sea was conaide-red, and it was resolved to ask the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to transfer to the Council, for tihe purpose of public improvements, at a nominal sum, the full control of the uncovered Tan.d between We&t Parade and the sea, including %e foreshore and the model yacht pond, subject to such condi- tions as might be agreed upon. t,'c)r' This recommendatioTL was agreed to, and the Chairman of the Council and Mr R. Roberts were deputed to wait upon Messrs. Smith, Gore and Co. in the mattes'. A PERMANENT BANDSTAND. The Council had before them a plan of a per- manent bandsftan'd prepared by the Surveyor, and which was suggested to be erected on'the sea. front. It was decided to adopt the principle of the erection of a permanent bandstand on. the shore side of the promenade as near as possible in the the centre of Gloddaeth Crescent. It was further decided to adopt the plan or an a.mplifk-atioTi. thereof, and to request the Byelaws Committee to prepare and submit as soon as possible detailed plans and estimates of the work which they recommended should be carried out. A SCALE OF CHARGES. The Clerk reported that he, in. company with Mr. E. E. Bone, had seen Mr. G. A. Humphreys as to fthe desirability of nxing a scale of charges for architects and solicitor's charges in relation to minor agreements entered infto from time to time between the Council and the Mostyn Estate. Mr. Humphreys, however, declined to entertain the suggestion, and sttated that a hard and fast arrangement could not be entered into, as circumstances differed.
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result that the visitors took advantage, but their I turn was to come. A penalty awarded them, which Owen safely placed in the 'net. This was followed by some sensational play, for the leath- er had riot beein in, motion many minutes when Claude Davies in a scrimmage near the goal mouth registered No. 2. This encouraged the visitors considerably .and their smart passages quite bewildered the home deferLce, the for- mouth registered No. 2. This encouraged the visitors considerably .and their smart passages quite bewildered the home deferLce, the for- wards being again let in and the third point registered with the greatest ease. The game now epencl out, and both sides made every effort to get the lead, the final whistle sounding with the score 3 goals apiece. REMARKS. REMARKS. The game was certainly the best witnessed this season, and was quite free of all rough pLa.y, and full of science. Of the two sides the Varsity was the best. Daniels did his work very credit- Ably. Jones was the best of the Varsity backs. The halves were an even lot. Amorug the for- wards Matbews as usual was brilliant -and was \e.II assisted by Wright and Smedley. The two wings also did good work, Claude Davies espec- ially making a few fine runs. For the Roosters, Gillett was quite unfit foa- his post, and it seems stran'ge that the com- mittee will insist on a player who should be reckoned on the injured list to play. It is these foolish tacftics of the Roosters' Committee that continually let them down, and while they have not the courage to say that a man must stand out until he is fit. they d.e3erve the conse- quences. Among the backs there was much eveness, Trevor did some good work, but the Varsity were a trifle too fast for the old veteran. Of the halves France Williams was the best, in- deed, he wta.s the best defender on the field, and played the game of his life. The forwards mid- neld play was very indifferent, but when thev got near goal it was much more methodical and dangerous. The three goals were certainly the result of good work. Cleeve, Howell, and Dennis Jones were the best. Chisholm should be on the defence.