Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. NEWYDDION CYMREIG Mae y cyhuddiad difrifol a ddygwyd yn erbyn nifer o chwarelwyr o lwgr-wobrwyo bachgen ieuanc wedi cael ei ddilyn gan ganlyniad poenus iawn. Yr oedd un o'r eybu ldedigion yn rhy wael ei iecbyd i ymddangos gerbron y Barnwr yn Nghaernarfon y dydd o'r blaen a gohiriwyd prawf ei achos. Fodd bynag, erbyn hyn teimlir na fydd eisiau ei roddi ar brawf gan, mae'n debvg, fod y cyhuddiad wedi achosi iddo boeni, ac mewn canlyniad y mae wedi marw. Mae'r digwyddiad dychryullyd wedi achosi braw mawr trwy yr holl ardal, a dywedir fod ym- drech i (Yael ei gwneyd i ysgafnhau y gosp ar y lleill. -+-
EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL TOWYN. Yn mhen ychydig idyddiau bydd rhestr testynau yr Eisteddfod ucbod allan o'r wasg, a da genym ddeall fod rhagolygon disglaer am Eisteddfod lew- yrchus. Mae y cyfeillion wedi ymroddi i weichio o ddifrif, ac mae'r gwahanol bwyllgorau wedi cyfar- fod i wneuthur y parotoadau rhagbarotoawl. Cadeirydd y symudiafl ydyw y Parch Robert Jones, gweinidog parchus yr en wad Wesleyaidd, o dan nawdd pa rai y mae'r Eisteddfod yn cael ei chyual, a'r is-gadeirydd ydyw Mr John Davies, Wheel- wright. Gwasanaetha y Mri. liar Davies a John Lewis Jones fel ysgrifenyddion, yn lie Mr D. 0. Jones, yr hwn y flwyddyn hon ydyw cadeirydd y pwyllgor cerddorol. Mae'r trysorwyr am y flwydd- yn ddiweddaf wedi eu hail-ethol, sef y Mri. Wm. Rowlands a Jacob Rowlands. Cadeirydd y pwyll- gor llenyddol a barddonol ydyw y Parch. R. Jones, a gwasanaetha Mr H. P. Thomas fel cadeirydd y pwyllgor amrywiaethol. Gwaredigaeth ydyw testyn y gadair. —— -♦
BARMOUTH MAGISTRATES AND SCORCHING. Pearson's Athletic Record has some caustic remarks about the cycling question in Barmouth. It says :— Has anyone ever heard of Barmouth ? It is very difficult to find it on the map, but a man I happened to meet, the other day tells me he has a cousin whose wife's brother once went to Barmouth. He was a commercial traveller, and his line was Welsh rabbits. But Barmouth has decided to make a name for itself in the world. As to sundry promo- ters and others, the cycle boom also offered an opportunity to Barmouth. Therefore, the wise men of the little town put their heads together and decided that cycles were dangerous machines, and that cyclists were raging, tearing devils, who charged through the streets, seeking whom they might devour. Therefore, an intelligent local bye- law was put into force requiring all wild beasts on bicycles to ride at four miles an hour or under. Two unfortunate riders appeared in Barmouth soon after this. In vain they swerved and steered through the narrow street. They could not do it. Too inexperienced to wobble at four miles, too proud to walk, they fell victims to the watchful minions of the law. They were dragged up before the great unpaid of little Barmouth. It was alleged and ad- mitted that they bad scorched at six miles an hour within the limits of the borough! Fined and mulcted for costs was the decision of the Bench. Gallant little Wales — ♦
In the Court of Appeal on Wednesday judgment was given upon the appeal by the Barmouth District Courcil from an order of the Divisional Court refusing to set aside the Arbitrator's award upon the claim of Mr. Williams, a local contractor, against the Council. The Court unanimously dis- missed the appeal. The most important subject before a meeting of the Council of the National Cyclists' Union held on Saturday, was the question of road-racing, and eventually a motion was passed to the effect that no licensed rider may take part in any race or paced record attempt on the road, this rule coming into force immediately. It was decided to add to the list of championships tandem bicycle racs for amateurs and professionals, and that time limits shall be y laced upon all championships up to and including five miles. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.— Approximate return of traffic receipts, for the week ending October 31st, 1897 Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages dogs, and mails. £ 2,022; merchandise, ,-P minerals,'and live stock, £ 2,977; total for the week, £ 4 999- aggregate from commencement, of half-year, £ 116 025~ Actual < raffle receipts for the correspond- in" week last tear Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcel- £ 2,001; merchandise, minerals, &c., £ 2 804- total for the week, £ 4,805 aggregate from commencement of half-year, £ 112,524 Increase for the week. passengers, parcels, &(. £21; increase merchandise, minerals, &c\, £ 173; total increase'for the week, £ 194; aggregate increase, pa^eno'ers. parcels, &c., £ 1,435; aggregate increase, merchandise, minerals, Ac., £ 2,066; aggregate in- crease from commencement of half-year, £ 3,501,
MARRIAGE OF CAPTAIN RICHARDS, OF CAERYNWCH. Charming weather favoured the wedding which took place at Christ Church, Llanfairfecaan, on Thursday, between Mr R. E. Ll. Richards, of Caer- ynwch, Dolgelley, eldest son of the late Mr R. Meredith Richards, chairman of the Merionethshire Quarter Sessions, and Miss Nesta Mary Platt, eldest daughter of Colonel Platt, C.B., of Gorddinog, Llan- fairfechan, and grand-daughter of Mr J. H. Platt, who for some years was member of Parliament for Oldham. A most fashionable gathering of ladies and gentlemen representative of the leading county families in North Wales attended the wedding and the greatest local interest was taken in the event. Extensive preparations had been made beforehand in Llanfairfechan and the neighbourhood, where the Platt family are so very popular and highly esteemed, to give outward expression to the best wishes of the public for the future prosperity of the bride and bridegroom. The picturesque village of Llanfairfechan was gay with bunting in honour of the occasion, and the main street presented an animated appearance by the crowd of spectators. The marriage ceremony was announced to take place at half-past 12 o'clock, but, long before that time the invited guests began to arrivi- at Christ Church. The church was beautifully decorated with palms, chrysanthemums, and arum lillies, the latter being used for decorating the altar. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, and the grounds surrounding the sacred edifice were equally crowded with spectators. At the entrance door the staff sergeants of the 4th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, under the command of Captain Cooper, formed as a guard of honour. The officiat. ing clergy were the Right Rev the Bishop of Aber- deen and Orkney (uncle of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev T. Lloyd Kyffin, M.A. (vicar of Llanfaes), and the Rev E. J. Owen (curate of Llan- fairfechan). The service was fully choral. The bride, who was given away by her father, Colonel Platt, was charmingly attired in a dress of rich white duchesse satin. The bodice was elaborately embroidered with pearls and trimmed with Brussels lace and orange blossoms, the skirt being plain with a chaletainf of bridal blossoms. Her -oul-t train was of rich white satin trimmed with pearl embroidery, and was arranged from the should;rs. She also wore a handsome Brussels lace veil, the gift, of her mother, which was caught up with orange blossoms. The bride wore a magnificent diamond star,and carried a handsome shower bouquet of choice white exotics, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Gladys Platt (sister of the bride), Miss Richards (sister of the bridegroom), Miss M. Sykes (cousin of the bride), and Miss Lempriere, who were attired in pretty costumes of white satin, tucked bodices and blue vests trimmed with lace and sable fur. They wore large picture hats of beaver-coloured velvet with full silk brims and shaded cream ostrich feathers, turned up at side with bows of turquoise blue silk under brims. They carried choice shower bouquets of yellow chrysan- themums in two shades and wore gold bangles with heart lockets, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride was also accompanied by two maids of honour— Miss Kathleen Dixon and Miss Evelyn Burr (cousins of the bride)-who wore charming dresses of soft crinkled silk, with white sashes and white accordion-pleated satin hats to match. Master Maurice D. Piatt (cousin of the bride) performed the duties of page, and looked very handsome dressed in a costume of turquoise blue velvet with soft cream vest, and kmickerbockers fastened at the knee with buckles. The bride- groom was accompanied by his cousin, Mr Munro Edwards, of Dolserau Hall, Dolgelley. After the ceremony the wedding party returned to Gorddinog where a reception was held hy Golenel and Mrs Platt. Among the invited guests were Lord and Lady Penrhyn, Sir Hugh Ellis Nanney, Bart, and Lady Ellis Nanney, Captain W. Buckley (Dinas Mawddwy), the Rev T. P. and Mrs Watkin Davies (Llanfachreth Vicarage, Dolgelley), the Rev E. W. O. and the Misses Bridgeman (Knockin Hall, Oswestry), Mrs Chas Edwards (Dolserau, Dolgelley), Mr Mrs and Miss Vaughan (Nannau, Dolgelley), Mr and Mrs C. E. J. Owen (Hengwrt, Ucha, Dolgelley), Mr and Mrs J. E. Hughes (Plas Gwyii, Doleelley). Mr and Mrs Richards left by the afternoon express for Devonshire, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride's travelling dress was of stone-colour cloth, trimmed with blue velvet and sable fur. THE REJOICINGS AT DOLGELLEY. The Dolgelley committee have decided to defer the local celebrations nntil the return home of the happy pair. The terms of the address, which is presented to Captain Richards on behalf of the town and district, have already been approved of and is in course of preparation. The subscription list is being daily augmented, and it is hoped that the committee will be able to make fitting and ex- tensive celebrations on the occasion. The Caer- ynwch tenantry have also decided to present Mr Richards with a Welsh address and a handsomely bound Bible. On Thursday last, the day of the wedding, a large number of tenants on the estate and others responded to the invitation of Mr Wil- liams, the estate agent, and sat down at Caerynwch to a sumptuous repast, prepared in a capital manner under the superintendenes of Mr and Mrs Williams. Addresses by a number of those present followed, and the health and happiness of the bride and bridegroom was given and responded to amidst much enthusiasm, followed by musical contributions and bardic addresses. In the evening huge bonfires were lighted on Moel Cynwch and other peaks. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed throughout. We ap- pend one of the bardic addresses referred to :— ENGLYNION Ar briodas Capt. R. E. LI. Richards, Caerynwch, a Nesta Mary, merch henaf Colonel Platt, C.B., Gorddinog. "CALON WRTH GALON." Dicy galon gyda'u gilydd—a unwyd Heddvw mewn It-twetiydd; Pidwyll yn y pur dedwyid, Chwyddo un serch y ddicy sydd. O'i gwirfodd rnynega Arfon-haeliolius La-venydd ei chalon A mawr yw eroesaw Meirion, I'r briodas addas hon. Y gwr ieuanc rJiagorol-ymnnodd A melüwpt1 rin "peJdol Hwn er lies, i'w gynes g61, Ddewisodd fun urddasol. Drwy einioes bir i'r wraig dirion—Rhisiart F'o rhosyn ei chalon Hithau mewn bri, lili Ion, I'r gwr a fyddo'n gorou. Boed i'r ddau bethau y byd-digouedd I gynal pob hawddfyd A chyfoeth purach hefyd, Yn elw i fyw mewn ail fyd. Brithdir. GRAIENYN. LIST OF PRESENTS. The following is a list of the wedding presents —Bridegroom to bride, diamond star, diamond and sapphire ring, diamond ring, diamond brooch, gold locket and chain, R.W.F. sleeve links; Col Platt, diamond Riviere Mrs Platt, Brussels lace veil and handkerchief; the Dowager Mrs Platt, diamond and pearl pendant; Mr J A Platt, cheque; Mr and Mrs Eric Platt, tortoise shell and silver blotter and paper case; Miss G Platt, enamel watch Mr and Mrs S R Platt, diamond and emerald bracelet; Mr and Mrs A H Sykes, silver bowl; Mrs W Sykes and Miss E Sykes, canterbury Mrs Sykes, travell- ing clock; Mr and Mrs Mostyn, silver and glass bell; Miss M. Sykes and Mr H Sykes, silver spoons; Miss Pritchard, silver calendar fiame; Rev T LI and Mrs Kyffin, Christian Year and Imitation of Christ"; Mrs Reid, Young, Mary, Bertha, bronze inkstand Sarah, candlestick; Tom, William, Evan, jelly spoons; Annie, ivory and silver b atter kniie; Maggie, vases; Mrs Hughes, jam dish Workpeople on the Gorddinog Estate, silver dessert dish; Keepers and gillies at Kingairloch, silver cake basket; Captain and crew of steam yacht "St. Eilian," silver cup; Mr and Mrs J Puckle, silver. mounted claret jug; Mrs Preston, old silver box; Lord and Lady Penrhyn, silver salver; Mr and Mrs Frank Sykes, silver dishes; Col and Mrs Marshall, carved table; Miss Liveson, silver purse; Miss Marjorie Sykes, square silver box Mr and Mrs T H Sykes, diamond flexible bracelet; Captain and Mrs Cooper, silver photo frame Misses Evelyn and Muriel Hargreaves, silver-mounted powder box; Colonel and Mrs Bullen, brooch Mr A J Sykes, goiu and platinum flexible; Colonel Wayne, silver pin tray Mrs Wilson pair of silver candlesticks Mrs Williamson, paper knife; Misses Madan, bon- bon dishes; Mr and Mrs Ingilby, table cloth; Mr and Mrs Tomkinson, blue enamel and diamond links; Mr and Mrs Lyon, potato bowl and plates; Captain and Mrs Greenway, gold sleeve links with diamond and sapphires Mr Percy and Miss Sykes, Persian silver goblets; Miss Perry, silver photo frame 1\1" J Foster Hall, pincushion Mrs Ellissen, handkerchief sachet; Miss Corry, silver photo frame Mr Albert Wood, tortoise shell inlaid tea caddy Mr and Mrs Clegg, silver dessert dish and spoon; Mr and Mrs R M Greaves, silver flower stand; Miss Ridgeway, vase and stamp-box; Mrs Radcliffe, china clock; Mr and Mrs Jones-Williams, luncheon basket; Miss Gray photograph screen; Mrs Cohen aA Mr F Horatio Lloyd, silver- topped scent bottle Colonel and Mrs W. H. Sykes, four gold buttons Mrs Duncuft, photo' album Mr and Mrs Miles, Radcliffe, tea basket Mr and Mrs Buxton, silver table Mr and Mrs Fred Schwabe, four Burmese menu stands.; Mr and Mrs J E Platt, silver gilt toilet set; Mrs John Ratcliffe, silver cup (Tazza) Mr and Mrs Mostyn Owen, silver bowl; Mrs Assheton Smith, scent casket; Misses Roberts, brass paper rack; Mrs and Miss Wynne Jones, carved oak bracket; Sir Charles and Lady Isham, carved stool Mrs Mitton, four silver flower vases; Rev A Mitton, four mother-of-peari and silver counter trays Mrs Barton, Worcester vase; Mr and Mrs Needham Wilson, six Worcester menu stands Miss Brenda, Messrs A J F and E C Platt, photo screen; Mrs James Radcliffe, umbrella; Mrs James Duncuft, large sachet: Sir Horatio and Lady Lloyd, tortoise shell and silver paper knife; Misses Edythe and Ruth Radcliffe, Honiton lace handkerchief; Mr Horton, silver dessert dish; Miss Fagge, photo frame; Mr E Birley, gold belt pin; Captain and Mrs Lempriere, china and silver tea caddy Misses Lempriere, blotter and paper case; Mr and Mrs John Marshall, silver teaspoons; Miss Marshall, two photo frames; Mrs Hall, silver card case; Misses Lucy and Lizzie Ellis, fan Rev and Mrs Henry Ellis, smelling salts bottle; Mr and Mrs Wilson, silver-mounted whip; Mrs North, two silver candlesticks; Martha Riley, silver photo frame; Jane Pritchard, morning tea service and tray; Mr and Mrs Mansell Morgan, luncheon basket; Mr and Mrs F Platt, silver paper case the Hon Mrs Wayne, Buckinghamshire lace d'oyleys; Miss Evelyn Burr, smelling salts boctle; Rev A and Mrs Burr, salad bowl; Mrs Alice Roberts, old chair; Mrs William Jones, teapot; Mr and Mrs r loyd (Tregayan), muffineer; Aunt Tetsie, crochet, shape Mr and Mrs David Williams, pearl pendant; Col. and Mrs Hampton Lewis, two old Chelsoa candlesticks Misses Williams, scent sachets Capt and Mrs Wynu Griffith, silver inkstant; Mr and Mrs J H Platt, silver teacups and spoons; Mrs and Misses Davies (Treborth), silver box; Mr and Mrs C E Owen, antique silver box; Col. and Mrs Bradish, silver glove box; Miss K and Master M Bradish, silver stamp-box; Miss Ellis, silver-topped scent bottle; Misses Newton, antique Portsmouth spoon Mrs Geech, lavender sachet; Rev aid Mrs Ellis, silver photo frame; Mrs Pickering, "Chris- tianYear"; Mr Snodgrass, souvenir of Scotland; Mr and Mrs F Rushton, silver card case; Mr and Mrs Arthur Darbishire, sapphire and diamond ring Miss Thomas, Ormolu casket; Sir Hugh, Lady, and Miss Ellis Nanney, silver fruit spoons Mr and Mrs Harry Duff, silver salt cellars; Mr and Dr Griffith, two silver dessert dishes; Mr and Mrs Kneeshaw, travelling clock; Mr Sydney Platt, diamond and sapphire bangle; the Bishop of Bangor and Miss Lewis Lloyd, silver cream jug; Mr and Mrs E W Dixon, iron and copper standard lamp; Mr and Mrs Dugald Stuart, old French wine taster; Mr and Mrs Cunliffe, brass standard lamp Mr and Mrs Charles Hughes, silver photo frame Miss Wayne, coloured photo and easel; Mrs Hirst," Christian Year;" Mrs Need, nightdress case and cushion; Mrs Hugh Jones, two vases; Miss Morgan, Dresden china cornucopia; the Dowager Lady Vivian, silver bowl; Capta-n Alexander Douglas, Scott's poetical works; Mrs Alexander Douglas, blanket; Mr Donald McNeile, silver photo case; Mr and Mrs Llewelyn Jones, two vases Captain and Mrs Stewart, silver bon-bon dish; Major and Miss Turner, silver and tor- toise shell frame Mr F J V Fitzgerald, carvers; Mrs Hughes, Gorddinog, jam dish; Rev E and Mi-s Owen, fern pot Captain and Mn H P Sykes, sil- ver mirror Mr and Mrs J E Greaves, blotter and i,,iper (.ise; Mr Jones, Madryu, folding photo frame; from all at Tilstone Rectory, silver photo frame; Master Noel and Miss Kathleen Dixon, silver photo farme; Mr and Mrs Alfred Radcliffe, two silver muffineers; Mrs Williams, Trecastell, Persian table centre; Mrs Pritchard Rayner, silver bon-bon dish Mrs Crosby, two silver serviette rings and ring box; Mr and Mrs Champion, large silver oowl; Mr and Mrs Chadwick, silver jug; Miss Owen, Llan- fairfechan, Shakespeare's plays, 12 vols in box; Mr Wood, Rubicon besique, picquet, and whist in bex ,L Mr Wood, oil painting; the Misses Hughes, Tany- fynwent, silver and glass bell; Lilly Wilson, silver box; the Misses Hughes, Bryn-y-Menai, album on easel; Mr J Hargreaves, sugar sifter; Miss Keene, bed spread; Mrs Lloyd, satin embroidered table cloth; Mrs Chester, d'oyleys; Sir and Lady Strachey, Indian silver box Mr and Mrs Gerald Radcliffe, tea basket; the Dean of Bangor and Mrs Lewis, bon-bon dish Mr N 13 Mackenzie, silver vase; Mr and Mrs Richard Parry, Trefnant Wea, egg boiler and egg cups; Mrs Kettlewell, silver- topped scent bottle Mr and Mrs R Hughes, Ddol Cottage, old lustre goblet; Mr and Mrs R H Prit- chard, silver cup on stand Mr and Mrs Jones, Ben- arth House, butter dish; Mr and Mrs W A Dew, two silver vases; Mr and Mrs Boardman, biscuit box Mrs Arnold, card rack Mr R B Roberts, two vases; Mr and Mrs Robert Hughes, two candle- sticks; Mrs Hughes, Bryn Eurin, vase Rev and Mrs Pierce Jones, two silver and glass vase's Mrs Fenriick, folding photo frame; Mrs Davies. old plate and cream jug; Mr Jones, coachbuilder, sil- ver. mounted whip; the Misses Cunliffe, china and Dresden dishes Mrs Brown, carved emu's eggs the Misses Lewis, picture; the Misses Price, Cad- nant, two bon-bon dishes; Mr and Mrs Perry, flower vase; Mrs and Miss Lingen, old enamel box; Miss Dorothy Champion, silver box Mr and Mrs Abott Watson, cream jug; Mr and Mrs R Davies, sugar bowl and spoon Mr and Mrs Evill, carriage rug; Scamp and Wobbles, purse; Jackie, paper weight; Mr S Platt, hand-worked box for lace Mrs Owen, Conway, old cup and saucer; Mrs Baker, silver hat brush; Rev M Jones, "Christian Year;" Mr and Mrs Lamb, wine coasters; Miss Trevor, paper knife; Lady Augusta Mostyn, paper knife Mr J Fendick, paper knife and engagement tablet; Mrs Fendick, menus and china shoe; Miss Priestley and Mrs Theobald, silver inkstand Mrs Francis Champiof, two silver vases; Mr Herbert Radcliffe, newspaper stand; Mr G R Owen, silver spoons; Maggie, two vases; Mary Hill, paper knife; Mrs Mary Bradley, old china teapot; Mrs Roberts, old china cieam jug; Mrs Hughes, silver-topped scent bottle; Miss Enid Platt, silver pencil bride to bridegroom, gold watch, gold sleeve links, R W.F. pin and stud Mrs Charles Tooth, pair of china vases; Mr and Mrs Watkin Davies and Miss Richards, enamel and onyx clock and pair of candle- sticks Colonel Platt, brougham (by Holland and Holland) Mrs Platt, set of fish knives and forks Miss Gladys Platt, pearl and diamond pin Mrs Martin Atkins, silver cruet stand the officers 4th Battalion R. W. Fusiliers, tea and coffee service tenants on the Caerynwch and Braich y Ceunaut Estates, address and Family Bible; tenants on the Cerrig Llwydion Estate, silver punch bowl; men employed at Caerynwch, ivory-backed hair brushes, in case Cerrig Llwydion servants, two silver photo frames; Farley Castle servants, four-in-hand whip Mrs Vaughan Richards, inkstand, blotting-book, and pen tray; Captain A. Annesley, set of tea spoons and sugar tongs in case Mrs Griffith, carved oak blotting.book; Mr Edward Wood, silver cork- screw Mr and Mrs 0 Slaney Wynne, tortoise shell and silver cigarette box; Mr and Mrs Granby Burke, carved wooden tray Mr and Mrs W G Richards, gold sleeve links; the Hon Mrs S Annesley, paper knife; Mrs Hutton Croft, glass and silver decanter; Rev G and Mrs Colvile, silver photo frame Lowery Humphreys, china tea set Mr C R Williams, foot board clock Mrs Edmund More, writing board; Miss Fletcher, Oriental worked tablecloth the Hon Mr and Mrs Adelington silver card case Mr and Mrs G Ashley Dodd, Chippendale knife box; Mr and Mrs Ernest Marshall, cigar stand Mr D E Hughes, travelling rug; Lady Walker, carved oak and tile breakfast stand; Mr J Leigh Taylor, glas and silver liqueur bottles, tray and glasses Mr and Mrs Harry Lee, clock; Mr and Mrs William Smith, silver cigarette box Mr A R Appach, pair of silver candlesticks; Mr Jones Bateman, cigarette stand; Rev and Mrs H W P Richards, four silver bon-bon dishes; Mrs Charles Wilkin, silver magnifying glass; Miss E Temple Frere, silver bell; Mrs Archer Tawney, paper knife; Mr and Mrs W Scarlett, silver cigarette case; Rev W H and Mrs West, 'silver candlestick; Major and Mrs Oldfield, glass and silver liqueur bottle; Mrs Jones Parry, silver photo frame; the Hon C II Wynn, silver sugar sifter; Mr and Misses Simonds, folding screen; Mr and Mrs W H F Adams, silver match box holder; Dolgelley Cricket Club, silver cigarette case Dol- gelley Fire Brigade, photo of Brigade Mr Wynne (Peniarth), silver sugar basin Mr and Mrs Scott, silver cigar lighter; Rev Llewellyn Williams, two vols. of poems; Major-General and Mrs Maxwell, copper jug; Mr Vaughan, silver box; Mr and Mrs F C Stokes, standard lamp; Rev J Lloyd, paper knife; Dr J E Jones, silver salver; Mr and Mrs George Du Plat Taylor, silver pepper castor; Mr T H Roberts, brass candlesticks Mr and Mr H A Roberts, silver photo frame; Mr and Mrs J C Hughes, silver cigar case; Mr E 0 V Lloyd, hot milk jug and tea-caddy; Colonel Mesham, silver cigar lighter; Miss West, silver pincushion; Mr and Mrs Eric Platt, 'silver cigar cutter; Rev G Lewis, sugar spoon; Mrs Williams, pair of grape scissors,; Mr and Mrs Charles Williams, silver cigar case; Mis and Misses Beauchamp, blotting book; Mr W Wilding Jones, twelve teaspoons in case; the Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney and Mrs Douglas, copper fern pot and stand; Mr Rhys Williams, silver bowl; Lady Wyatt, silver fern stands; the Rishop of Bangor, Matthew Arnold's poems; Mrs Henry Bayly, old Delph beaker; Mr Pritchard Rayner, cigar and cigarette box Mrs Robert Edwards, letter balance; Mrs Charles Edwards and Mr Munro Edwards, re- volving book case; Mrs Lloyd (Berth), two silver pepper castors the Ven Archdeacon Williams, four copies of the marriage service the Rev E. W. O. Bridsjemati, carved oak box Mrs and Miss Ash. more, blotting-book; Mrs Holland, paper knife; Mr and Mrs J. E. Jones, two eathenware jugs the Rev D. Lewis, Rosetti's poems. Printed and Published by Samuel Salter and David Rowlands, at their Offices, 21, :Berriew Street, Welshpool, in the County of Montgomery.— Thursday, November 4, 1897.
lustre to his name. Smith handed the ball within the limit of the goal line and Glossop were awarded a penalty kick. Bartley took the kick and the result. was awaited with suspense. The ball was driven behind, and there followed a scene of great enthusiasm. Roose saved grandly from a corner kick, striking the ball behind, and a second kick from the corner was headed away and .Tones got off towards Glossop end of the field. The attack finished up by Iiammonds driving the ball over the goal. Another attack on the home goal led by Bartley ended with a grand shot on a level with the goal, Roose saving by fisting out. A corner kick was given to the North Enders but Sergeant drove the ball wide. Edwards cleared another attack, and Jones sending in a shot from the left, Hammond and Green fell into shooting range and Dearnley ran out to save, and Conicgham dashing up just in the nick of time sent the ball out of play. Sergeant and Coningham gave Rea some nasty tumbles, which were returned. Smith again handed the ball within the limits and Glossop were given another penalty kick. Roose fisted the ball out and a corner fol- lowed. The visitors beat in around the home goal with unabated vigour, but they were checked by the backs, all of whom were playing for all they were worth. Play had being going on for just forty minutes and Glossop appeared as far off as ever from scoring. Another foul in front of the home goal was given and the backs cleared. It was now on the nick of full time, and the game ended with the score one to none in favour of Aberystwyth. +