KEEP THIS AT HAND. TELLS HOW TO DEAL WITH ALL OASES OF ACCIDENT. HOW TO PREVENT BLOOD POISONING FROM CUTS, BURNS, SORES, WOUNDS, &c. EVERY HOUSE ITS OWN HOSPITAL. To know exactly what to do when a ease of accident! arises is knowledge that is valuable. It may mean the saving of hours of pain, it may indeed mean the saving of life. Oonsidering that at practically any moment of the day an acciden may arise in the home, at busi- ness, or when indulgjing) in some inno- cent pastime, the advice ,given here should prove of great importance. When it has been carefully read through this article should be cut out and placed ready for immediate reference when needed. Imagine losing a finder, a hand, or a whole limb, just through not knowing j what tto do in cases of accident. Day by day there are cases reported in the, papers where such a matter as the scratching of a finger with a rusty nail,, the cutting of the hand or the faulty treatment of a burn or scalld has resulted in acute Blood Poisoning, or that most terrible of all ends Tetanus or Lock Jaw. Every mother, every wife should realise the necessity of this knowledge which tells how to deal ,witfu cases of accident to that should cuts, burns, bruises, sores, scalds, wounds and other forms of acci- dent arise, timely intervenltion will pre- vent such complication. "It took bad ways" is a well-known expression, de- scribing a serious result from a very Blight1 beginning. These are points to remember. When the person is injured so that the skin of any part is broken it is absolutely neces- sary to prevent any dust or dirt coming near the exposed part. A wound or cut into which dirt has crept may result in blood-poisoning. The way to treat Wounds or cuts is to carefully wash with cold clean water as soon as possible after they are inflicted. In the case of bruises, burns, or scalds, it is not advisable to wash the part injured but to immediately apply a c, soothing cooling and healing operation. In oases of sores, boils, abscesses and such like troubles which can hardly be called accidents it is necessary as quickly as possible to draw out all the bad mat- ter present and thus to take away the chief danger of blood-poisoning. An old-fashioned idea for this purpose is tlO: apply hot water or linseed poultices, but as these are patinful and may lead to serious inflammation and not always Accomplish their object, the process is attended with some danger. When the wound or out has been wash- ed and when the bad matter from the sore or abscess has been removed it is necessary to apply some healing prepara- tion which will make the flesh once more healthy and cause the skin to grow over the part affected in a perfectly natural manner. It is obvious then from these remarks if there is a preparation that will not only perform the cleansing and drawing operation but the healing1 operation as well, such preparation, having a three- fold value, will practically form a home hospital whereby a Mother may treat her little one herself or her husband in cases where sudden accident arises, without having to recollect the above various forms of treatment, recommended by experience and usage. JUST LIKE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. There are manv ointment like pre- parations placed before tihe public which are all, guaanteed to heal. a-ad heaJ quickly, but there is a danger in most of these, in that whilst they heal the outer skin, they do not draw away t'he bad matter underneath so that whilst to all intends and purposes a cure has been effected in a few days a further eruption might take place and blood poisoning re- suit. 1 It has proved no easy matter to secure such a preparation as is desired, that is to say, one tlhat will draw out the bad matter in the part affected and heal quickly and permanently at the same time. We are now, however, able to announce the splendid fact that for all homes such a preparation is offered. For 75 years there has been in the possession of a family of independent means, knowledge of a preparation that has proved wonder- fully successful in healing oases of Whitlows, abscesses, wounds, cuts, bruises,, scaJds, skin diseases, and blood poisoning. During this long, period numerous r oases have been dealt with gratuitously, and the cures effected by this prepara- tion have indeed been marvellous. It is owing to the generosity of a well-known gentleman whose name must for the presen be kept private, that a wonderful recipe has been given to an old establish- ed firm in order that they may make up such a preparation as is desired. A GREAT POULTICE OINTMENT. "Marabaz" is the name of the prepara- tion referred to, and it is pleasing to think that at last a recipe for this pre- paration has been divulged, so that the public may obtain any supplies of this wonderful Poultice Ointment that they desire. There is no qestion that in this wonderful preparation now placed before the public there is a safe and reliable method of dealing with all oases of accident likely to result in blood poisoning, abscesses and suchlike. A CURATIVE OINTMENT OF THREE-FOLD POWER. "Marabaz" placed upon cuts, scalds, boils, wounds, abscesses. whitlow, or any fostering skin trouble will FIRSTLY draw all poisoning matter away, cleanse the wound thoroughly, and eventually heal it; perfectly. Wherever poisonous or foreign matter is present, in whatever form or however virulent "Marabaz" will draw it out, leaving the flesh as clear and heailthy as before. "Marabaz" drains like a Poultice, and will be found invaluable in all cases where splinters and broken needles have entered the skin deeply, for its applica- tion draws the foreign matter right away without any pain and without any possi- bility of fesitaering. BANDAGES THAT DO NOT TEAR AWAY THE FLESH. An important point in connection with "Marabaz" is thati it will not, adhere to the wound and may be applied to the most tender wound and subsequently bandaged up without any fear that when the bandages are removed the raw flesh or the freshly heading skin will be torn away. In order tio show the practical value of this wonderful Poultice Oint- ment, the proprietors have many testi- monials, and will be pleased to forward these on to all who are interested. All these cases are absolutely genuine, and are vouched upon the authority of the Proprietors of this wonderful healing specific. It is sold in specially decorated tin boxes >at Is. l^d. and 2is. 9d. It surely seems wonderful that for such a small sum as Is. ld. a Mother is able to provide in her home a complete hospital for the treatment of all acci- dents, and consequent complications. "Marabaz" is not a modern remedy suggested on the spur of the moment. The 75 years of experience have proved its power to heal, and wherever it has been introduced it.g wonderful powers have been fully appreciated. It is on sale at all chemists throughout North Wales, or can be obtained from the L Marabaz Co., REDDITOF.
IN MEMORIAM REV. ARCHDEACON EVANS. He was laid to his last dignified and serene rest beneath the noble shade of St. Asaph's Cathedral, in a, grave lined with green moss diapered with a. thousand bunches of sweet snowdrops, with every sign of deep affection and respect of his many brothers of the Church and of the world. A gentle genial soul has passed away. No will of ours might force its longer stay! His four score years most graciously was spent,, Originality beamed where he went, And humour mixed with pathos of true life In this strong character was duely rife. He, loved his kindred, cherished great or small, With kindly and a courteous word for all. "Whom the Gods love die, young" he amply proved Young kept he ever for he ever loved. A generous champion to the women's cause, A A lover of old Wales, its speech and laws, Tho' he hath passed, his influence sball1 control, A righteous man and just, God rest his soul i HAROLD RATHBONE. 4th March, 1910.
GREAT ORME GOLF CLUB. FINAL FOR, THE CAPTAIN'S PRIZE. The final for the Captain's Prize, a sil- ver cup of simple but elegant design, given by Mr Percy Brundritt, was played on Saturday, the contestants bieng Mr T. W. Jones and Mr A. 0. Roberts, Plas u_ Maelgwyn, Lloyd Street. A close match was anticipated, as the younger player has. made great progress during the last few zn months. Roberts obtained a lead shortly after the start, and increasing it, won by five up and four to play. The cup was supplied by Mr W. Duncan, Llandudno.
SUNDAY CARS AT LLANDUDNO A POLL OF THE RATEPAYERS. The Llandudno Urban District Council have, at the request of the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Electric T1-amway Company, arranged to take a' poll of the ratepayers on Saturday, April 9th, on the question of whether the cars are to be run, under certain conditions, on Sundays. Although strictly, under the agreement recently concluded, the company cannot claim to have such a poll held between March 31st and September 30th, the Council waived the question in order that the opinion of the ratepayers may be obtained. The Tramway Company will meet all the ex- penses of the poll, which will be governed by the same regulations as an urban dis- trict council election.
Carnarvonshire County Council Election. LIBERAL GAINS AT LLANDUDNO. Polling in the four wards into which Llandudno is divided for County Council purposes took place on Saturday, the weather being delightfully fine. There was but little of the excitement which pre- vailed during the general election, or even of previous County elections. Neverthe- less, both parties had worked hard, can- vassing being especially systematic and thorough. Considering its thoroughness itiJs rather surprising that fewer votes were recorded than at the 1907 election, when the Conservatives sprang a surprise on their too confident opponents and cap- tured both North and South Wards. At that election 1428 votes were recorded (a total never before reached in county elec- tions), 782 being cast for the Liberal can- didates and 644 for the Conservative. The polling stations were the Police Station for the North Ward; Craigydon School for the South; the Town Hall for the Bast and Lloyd Street School for the West. The results were announced soon after eight, the figures being NORTH WARD. WILLIAM THOMAS (L) 221 DR,. KEN H IC K DA VIES (C) 145 Majority 76 SOUTH WARD. RALPH FISHER (L) 18.5 Col. the Hon. H. MOSTYN (C) 176 Majority 9 EAST WARD. J. J. MARKS (L) 177 W. ELLIS JONES (C) Ill Majority 66 WEST WARD. T. W. GRIFFITH (L) 251 LOUIS CONWAY (C) 122 Majority. 129 I he only surprise came from the South Ward, for but very few anticipated that Colonel the Hon. H. Lloyd Mostyn would be deprived of his seat. Naturally there were great rejoicings at the Liberal Club at turning the tables so completely, and the successful candidates were called upon to speak. Mr Fisher, as a member of the Education Committee, said he regarded the victory as vindication of the policy of that committee. The Education Com- mittee had been misrepresented, and it was for that reason alone, he had contest- ed the South Ward. Personally he re- gretted very much having been the means of removing from the County Council so useful and honourable a country gentle- man as Colonel Mostyn. The number of electors who went to the poll was 1388, forty less than three years ago. The Liberals, however, increased n their total vote to 834, while the, Conser- vative vote dropped to 554, the greatest loss beiing in the North Ward, where the votes dropped from 203 to 145. In the South Ward Colonel Mostyn polled exact- ly the same number as three years ago, but the Liberal vote increased by 46. Both Liberal and Conservative lost votes in the East Ward, where strangely enough the majority was identical with that of 1907, i.e., 66. In the Wiest Ward both candidates polled fewer than at the pre- ceding election. Dr. Ri. A. Prichard (C), the present chairman of the County Council, who has represented the borough of Conway since the Council! came into existence, was re- turned unopposed. There was a Liberal gain at Deganwy, Mr Henry Jones defeat- ing the Conservative member, Mr A. G. Rogers, by 14 votes. In Llangwsteniin and Penrhyn, which includes the distrct; of Llandudno Junc- tion and the working-class village of Pen- rhynside, there was a hard-fought battle between Mr W1. 0'. Williams, Llandudno (L), and Mr T. J. Jones, eldest son of the late Mr John Jones, Dinarth R,al1 (C). Mr Williiams was returned by a majority of 47. The urban district of Penmaenmawr had to return two members instead of one. an additional representative having just been granted by the Local Government Board. Colonel Daiibishire, for many years the county councillor for the urban district, retired, and for the East Ward, including the district of Pantyrafon, Dr. i J. R. Williams (Ind. L) and Mr R. D. Owen (L) were the candidates. Owing to the state of hs health, Dr. Williams had been obliged to go abroad, and was absent during the contest. The voting was as fol- lows:T),r. Williams. 182; Mr Owen, 124. The eastern division of Penmaen- mawr. including the Capelulo and Panty- rafon Wards, was contested by Mr W. H. Rhodes (L), who received 194 votes, Mr W. ,JI1. Daviies (C), who had 93, and Mr Jones (Llan) (Ind.), who had 86. The town is therefore represented by two Liberals. Mr R,. O. Davies having retired, from the representation of the Bettwsycoed and Dolwvddeilen division, the Liberals nom- inated MrR:, Parrv, chemist, who was opposed bv Mr R. Beck. The former was returned bv a majority of 105. Mr Matthew Roberts, the representa- tive of Trefriw and Camel Curls-. was op- posed bv Mr R;. H. WiWfams. -of Trefniw. who was elected bv a maioritv of 66. p 1-1, candidates are Liberals. There was a. Conservative sain in the Llvsfaen division, where Mr J W1 Ravnes. quarrv proprietor, was elected 111T p, majoritv of 33 over Mr Robert Evans, iun. (LV At Pwllheli1, Dr. O. Wynne Griffith (L) was ejected bv a Illgio '+V of 262 enmr 1,: Conservative opponent, Mr Henrv Hn.o-hes. The e^ect^ons in Bano-or r^<;n"l+pd i 1, Conservative ::1 Libera.1 seat (North and rpta:'n'no- rho, two 11 OLISIV held hv increased rpaiorifips. Thp figures were as follows:—North A. J. Price (C), 306; Bayne (L), 257. [Eastward: H. C. Yin:cat (C), 355; Ffoulkes Jones (L), 148. boulii Ward: Pozzi (C), 166; H. O. Hughes, 127. Llanllechid and Aber.-W Roberts (C), 158; R. B. Evans (L), 94. Conservative gain. Lower Llandwrog.—Richard Jones (L), 268; A. S. Williams (C), 189. Lianddein-tolen.-P.e.v. T. E Jones, Cal- vinistic Methodist minister, 404; Rev. Hugh Edwards, Baptist minister, 266. Llanaelhaiarn.—H. G. Davies (L) and A. H. Wheeler (C), 241 votes each. The duty, therefore, devolved upon the presid- ing officer of giving his casting vote. This he did for the sitting! member. Llanystumdwy.—W. George (L), 296; T. J. Griffiths, Pilasddu (C), 177. Aber claron.-Griffith Jones (L), 166 Captain Williams (C), 99. Llanbedrog.—Hugh Pritchard (L), 232; G. Yale (I.L.), 225. In Sarn, Daniel Jones (L) had a majority of 68 over the' Rev. Thomas Owen, rector (C). In Abersoch, Prichard Williams (L) defeated W. Thomas (C) by 30. Carnarvon.—Eastern Ward D. T. Lake (L), 230; Richard Thomas (C), 191; majority, 39. Northern Ward: Dr. Robert Parry (L), 251; John Prichard (C), 224; majority, 27. Here the Liberals achieved a signal victory in capturing two seats formerly held by Conservatives. Mr Richard Thomas had represented the ward on the County Council for an un- broken period of 21 years. Llanllvfni (one seat).—R. R. Williams (I), 152; J. S. Hamlet Roberts (1), 98; the Rev. Henry Williams (L). 83 majority, 54. Upper Llandwrog.—D. G. Jones (L), 385; Iniigo Jones (L), 284; majority, 101. Other results included the return of a Conservative member for Llanfairfechan, and of a, Conservative member for Aber. Llanfairfechan has been represented ever since the County Council was established in 1888, by Mr Robert Hughes, Liberal, who retired at this election. Mr W. G. Roberts, farmer, who stood in the Con- servative interest, was elected, receiving 288 votes, giving1 him a, majority of 12 1 It over the Liberal candidate, Mr Charles Fisher, a brother of Mr R. Fisher, who defeated Colonel Lloyd Mostyn in South Llandudno. Another original member of the County Council, Mr Thomas Roberts, of Aber, also retired this year, and the Liberals were represented in the contest in this constituency, which includes Aber and Llanllechid, by Mr Ri B. Evans, the clerk to the Bangor Board of Guardians, who, however, was beaten by the Con- servative nominee, Mr William Roberts, by a majority of 64 votes. DENBIGHSHIRE. The polling for Denbighshire took place on Monday, and the contests were very keenly fought in many cases. The follow- ing are among the results already an- nounced — UNOPPOSED. Broughton: Mr F. A. Sturge (L). Ruabon and Erbi-stock Sir Watkin Wynn (C). Brymbo: Mr E. Roberts (L). Pant and Ponkey: Mr J. S. Jones (L). Rhos and Penycae: Dr. J. C. Davies (L). Chirk: Mr R. Myddelton (C). Ma-rch- wiel: Mr J. W. Evans (L). Holt: Mr Ei. Williams (C). Gresford: Mr J. Lee (C). Stansty: Mr W. Pen Dennis (L). Llanrwst (Rural) Mr R. Williams, Capei Garmon (L). In the three of the wards at Oolwyn Bay I y there was no contest. Mr David Lewis (L) took the place in the Northern Ward of Mr George Bevan (C), who decided not seek re-election. For the Western Ward Mr J. M. Porter (C) was re-elected with- out opposition, and the same is to be said of Mr Edward Allen (C), the member for the Southern Ward. CONTESTS. At Llangollen, where the candidates were El. R. Parry, Castle-street (L), and Captain J. C. Best, Plas Vivod (C), the following was the result:—Parry, 331; Best, 330; Liberal majority, one. At the last election Mr Parry obtained a majority of 58 over the Conservative candidate. In the, Llangollen rural district a Liberal candidate was returned unopposed. Colwyn: Mr D. O. Williams (L), 221; Mr Robert, Jones, 189. No change. Glanconwav: Mr D. Macnichol (C), 182; Mr J. D. Jones, solicitor, Llanrwst (L), 131. No change. Llanrwst Urban Mr T. Rogers Jones (L), 256; Mr Albert Hughes (C), 205. No change. Abergele Urban: Mr J. T. Millward (L), 217; Mr John Pierce (C), 171. No change. Abergele R.ural, including Llanddulas and St. George Mr J. D. Jones,-Bodorvn (C), 180; Mr H. E. Pritchard (L), 163. No 'change. Wrexham.—North Ward: T. Jones (L), 276; Dr. Da.vies (C), 260. South Ward: J. A. Chadwick (C), 415; W. Aston (L), 296. Eastward: W. E. Samuel (C), 439; Edward Hughes (L), 339. Wiest Ward Seymour Jones (L), 475; H. Armstrong (C), 396. No change in any ward. Rossett: W. Lowe (C), 176; G. Cromar (L), 154. Conservative gain. Gwersvllt: J. Allen (L), 458; J, Hughes (C), 238. No change. Rhostyilen Godfrey Fitzhugh (C), 209; Jonathan Griffiths (L), 206. No change. Denbigh.—East, W!a,rd Dr. David Lloyd (L), 261; Colonel Ei. J. Swayne (C), 182. WestWard: Mr A. 0. Evans (L), chairman of the Council, 233 Mr P. E. Story (L), 135. Henllan Ward Mr B" H. Roberts (L), 186; Colonel Heaton (C). 94. Llanrharadr Division Mr D. S. Davies (L), 237; Colonel T. A. Wvnne Edwards (C). 89. Henllan (R ural): Mr Hesketh Roberts (L), 181 Mr J. D. Wynne Griffith (C), 138.—Liberal gain Llandyrnog': Mr W. G. R" gbv (0). 184: Mr E: R')Qers Jones (L). 172.-— Conservative
I Britannic Assurance Company, LIMITED. ESTABLISHED 1866. Chief Offices-BROAD STREET CORNER, BIRMINGHAM. Extracts from the DIRECTORS' REPORT for the Year Ending December 31st. 1909. In presenting the Statement of amounteo. to £ 2.17,5v3D. The numbei ox Accounts for the year ending 31st Decem- | Policies issued was 11,212, assuring the her 1909, the Directors have a.gain the sum of £ 539,325. pleasure of reporting a SUBSTANTIAL j T. INCREASE in the Company's INCOME j ANNt AL VALUATION. The An- and ACCUMULATED FUNDS. nual Investigation into the Company's Liabilities has been made by Mr Thomas "^The INCOME from all sources amount- G. Ackland, F.I.A., the Company's Con- ed to £ 1.264.672, being an INCREASE suiting Actuary. Full provision for all for the year of £ 55.216. i normal increase in the policy liabilities has been made, and in addition, upwards The ACCUMULATED FLNDS, in- of £ 80,000 has been applied in increasing elusive of capital paid up. now amount to the stringency of the Valuation, which £ 2,410,248, being an INCREASE' for the |iag EOW been based on an assumed rate year of £ 218,141. 1 of interest of £ 3 10s. per cent, in all f classes. As a result, Mr Ackland reports The CLAIMS paid during the \eai a 0f £ 59,889, and under his ad- amounted to £ 6^6,456, inclusive o± v:,ce t|le p>irect0rs declare the amount of £ 159,353, paid under Maturing Endow- £ 35,140 available for distribution ment and Endowment Assurance Policies, amongst the participating Policyholders The, TOTAL CLAIMS PAID BY THE The TOTAL CLAIMS PAID BY THE and Shareholders, thus again providing a COMPANY 1111 both Branches up to the REVERSIONARY BONUS Of 30s. PER 31st December 1909, amountea to CENT, for the year to all participating £ 6,976,924. Policyholders in the Immediate. Profit class, and making adequate provision for ANCH. Tne j t}lose -m l]2e Accumulated Profit class. PREMIUM INCOME for the year j JNO. A. JEFFERSON, FREDK. T JEFFERSON, Secretary. Chairman. Gentlemen able to influence good business will find the Company's Age- ey Terms very remunerative. Apply—Local District Office, Grasmere, Victoria Avenue, Llan- dudno. i; Superintendent-D. PHILLIPS.
Llangwm: Mr J. D. Jones (L), 148 Colonel P. Lynes (C), 68. S Eglwysba.ch: Mr J. Williams (L). 220: Coionel Sandbach (C), 172. Llanfa-irtalhaiarn: Mr Mathews (L) won the seat from Mr W. T. Owen (C). This therefore is a Liberal gain. Cefn Mawr: Mr E. Lloyd Jones (C), 641; Professor Share Jones (L), 627. Coedpoeth: Mr Joseph Wilc-oxon (L). 694; Mr F. Fitz-John (C'). 184. Minera: Mr E. Jones (L), 220; Mr J. J. Parry (C), 147. THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE MAJORITY. The completed returns for Montgomery- shire to hand on Monday show two gains for the Liberals—at Guilsfield, which had been represented by the late Captain D. H. Mytton, and at Aberhafesp, where Mr C. W. Norton did not seek re-election. Out of 42 seats 17 Liberals and nine Con- servatlves were returned unopposed, leav- ing 16 contests, as compared with 22 in 1907. The Conservatives attacked six Liberal constituencies, and the Liberals eight Conservatives, the other contest being confined to Liberals. The greater majority (122) was secured in Llanwnog by Mr Richard Jones, the leader of the Liberal party in the Council, whilst at Meifod Mr Arthur Williams Wynn, the unsuccessful Parliamentary candidate for the county, also increased his majority considerably. On the new Council there are 27 Liberals to 15 Conservatives. There are 14 Liberal aldermen. and pro- viding the vacancies which will occur are filled as before the total Liberal majority will be 26. A TIE IN RADNOR-SHIRE. The returns of the contested elections in Radnorshire are now complete. The Progressives gained two seats and the Conservatives four. Most of the gains were secured by very small majorities— two seats by two votes and one seat by four. The final result shows that the parties are equally balanced—twelve Pro- gressives and twelve Conservatives. The aldermen, who do not retire, are also equally balanced.
FOOTBALL NOTES. By Veteran, The visit of the Reserve team of the Llandudno Amateurs to Holyhead on Saturday afternoon does not appear to have been by any means a pleasant out- ing. The spectators had made up their minds that Llandudno was the team which should not be given any encouragement, and commenced booing the players from the moment they came out of the station. Then it was stated that they had not only to play Llanberis and the hostile specta- tors, but the referee in addition, which is a- very strong statement to make. The result of the match was the defeat of the Amateurs by three goals to two, but as a protest has been entered as to the legality of one of the goals they are not yet out of the competition. The goal disputed was one scored from a penalty, the facts as related by the Llandudno players and supporters who accompanied the team to Holyhead being that one of the linesmen signalled that the ball was out of play. Lunt picked up the ball to place it for a goal kick, and in so doing infringed the hand long rules and the ioftence having been committed within the i penalty area ihe referee imposed the maximum penaJty. The Llandudno players of course ob- jected, and the referee consulted the linesman, who denied having signalled the ball out of play. The penalty kick was taken and the scores made equal. The referee (Mr Lloyd Williams) has, it is stated, admitted that a mistake was made, but as the general rule appears to be that once a. goal has been allowed the decision is final. It is hard lines on the Reserves for they would probably have won but for that regrettable mistake. Llandudno appears to be left out in the cold this year by the Coast Association Committee, the members of which appear 4 jig to have a decided leaning towards Bangor for the finals of the different compeiti- ti'ons. It is notorious that the Bangor ground is about the most unsatisfactory on the Coast on account of his size, so why the Committee should persist in hav- ing such important matches declared there is difficult to understand, unless the members are more concerned about the amount of gate money than they are about anything else. The clubs left in the Senior Cup Com- petition are Flint and Pwllheli, and in the Junior Bagillt and Llanberis. Both these matches are to be played at Ban- gor, but how the Association can justify their choice of ground is one of those that passes understanding, if being a member of an Association means that one club has an equal claim on the things the Asso- ciation has to bestow as another. One does not wish to unduly labour the point, but it would be interesting to know why a member of the committee who re- sides in Llandudno should give his cast- ing vote against his own town when the venue of the re-played Flint-Bangor semi-final was decided. The ground selected was Colwyn Bay, about which ground I doubt if a fifth of the members knew anything, for it had only been occupied by the Club for a couple of weeks. SATURDAY'S RESULTS. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE. DIVISION I. Llanrwst 4, Conway 1. Pwllheh 1, Colwyn Bay 0. University College 3. Holyhead 3. Carnarvon Fitted 3, Blaenau Fest;niog 1 DIVISION II. Carnarvon Reserve 4. Llecliid Swifts 3. Menai Bridge 2, Glasynfryn Swifts 2. The East v. West Match will be played at Bangor on Wednesday next, the fol- lowing players having been selected East (Red and Black).—T. Gillett (Llan- rwst (goal); Tom Jones, Conway and Ja.ck Lunt, Llandudno (backs) Ned Griffiths, Colwyn Bay R. D. Richards, Llanrwst, and Harold Pearson (capt.), Lla-ndudno (half backs); W. D. Williams, Llandudno, Norman Pritchard, Colwyn Bay. Johnny Williams. Llandudno, Johnny Hughes. Festiniog, and Dennis Rogers Jones, Llanrwst (forwards). Re- serves-CHallwood. Colwyn Bay (goal); T. McCann, Colwyn Bay (full back) Jack Brown, Llandudno (half back): Brookes Elvans, Llandudno, and Stanley Hughes, Colwyn Bay (forwards). West (Blue and Wh-I*te).-Ted Owen, Bangor (goal); D. S. Owen (capt.), Uni- versity College, and Rowland Williams, Holyhead (backs); Arthur Owen, Bangor, W. T. Jones. Holyhead, and Jack Wii- ] liams. Carnarvon, (half-hacks): R. D. Roberts, Pwllheli, J. E., Matthews, Uni- versity College, Waiter Jones, Carnar- von, Hughie Davies, Bangor, and Johnny Jones, Carnarvon (forwards). E,eserve,s- Bob Williams Pwllheli (goal); Hwfa | Williams, Bangor (full-back) W. J. Jones, University College (half-back) Evan Lloyd Hughes, Llanberis and R. H. Roberts, Carnarvon (forwards). Referee, Mr R. D. Richards (Chairman of the League Executive). Linesmen, Messrs. J. O. Davies. Col- wvn Bay, and E. Lloyd-Williams, hon. secretary. 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PROPERTY SALE,—On Friday, at the Marine Hotel, Llandudno, Mr T. W. Griffith conducted a sale of property. The first lot was a freehold dwelling-house, situate in Victoria Terrace, Craigydon, now let at JE26 per annum. The property was sold to Mr Thomas Smith, of the Victoria Restaurant, Mostyn-street. The second lot, consisted of four cottages known as Arfon Cottages, in Penrhynside. The bidding was started at £350. and with- drawn at L450. Messrs. Chamberlain and Johnson were the solicitors for the ven- t dors.