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USEFUL RECIPES.

LIGHTING-UP TABLE.

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Family Notices

HOLYWELL BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

HOLYWELL RURAL DISTRICT COUNOIL.

FLINT.

DEATH OF EX-COUNCILLOR BOBT.…

FUNERAL OF MRS ALFRED DYSON…

Football Notes.

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Football Notes. OHESTEB AND DISTRIOT LEAGUE. DIVISION I. Goals Fid Wn Lst Dr for agat Fta Mold Town 13 10 0 3 36 9 J3, Oh*BtSY Castle 11 7 0 4 34 16 18 Holywell Victoria.. 12 6 6 1 29 22 13 Conesh's QuiLy Vice. 12 4 4 4 23 6 12 Butiaey Rangets 11 4 4 3 34 31 11 Burstwood 12 2 3 7 17 23 11 Boughton.. 12 3 6 3 15 29 9 Bossett 13 1 7 5 16 32 7 Mold Junction 8 2 4 2 13 19 6 Greenfield so 12 1 7 4 16 28 6 Division II. Sealsad Road 15 11 1 3 68 25 26 Trinity Villa 16 10 3 2 67 17 22 Handbridge St. Mary 14 8 4 2 47 18 18 Obeeter Usitatians.. 14 6 8 2 63 44 14 Flint Church Guild.. 14 6 7 1 36 45 13 Oonnah's Quay Ath. 13 5 6 2 36 37 12 Buckley Old Boys 12 2 7 3 26 41 7 City Mission Ath. 13 2 10 1 16 63 6 Greenfield Reserves.. 10 2 8 0 11 44 4 Basm.it AI A GIAVGB— Div. II- h Buckley Old Boys 3 Flint Ch. Guild. 3 Handbridge 2 Trinity Villa. 1 NOBTH WAMS COAST AXAIBUB oup-somi-final- Oonway 2 Greenfield 1 At Llandudno. NOBCH WALES COAST JUNTOS CUP- h Colwyn Bay 6 Greenfield Be# I ]RRMDLT- h St. Navys College 3 Mold Juniors, 3 hAfonwen.3 Brynford 3 FIXZUBBS SON SAVUBUAT NBXV— Dlv. I.— h Holywell Vies., v Chester Castle, h Buckley Bangers v Greenfield. Div. II.- h Greenfield Hai.. T Buckley Old Boyi. b Chester Onitir. v Qaay Athi. h City Mission v Flint Ch. Guild. NosTig WArn OoAfit JUXIOB OuP-Sem[-Bnal- Llanrwst v Oolwyn Bay. WIUB ASAZBUR Our-Somi-final- Oak Alyn Bo vets., T Rhos Rangers, FSISKDLT— h Brynfosd v Afonwen. (b) Home club, Holywell Vies, and Buckley Bangers should have played a re-arranged league match at Ffoidd-J>rr, on Saturday last, bnt in consequence of the cq^-tie at Aston Hall, the game was agilin postponed, Bealand Boad's position at the head of the ohar was materially strengthened on Saturday, owiug to Handbridge St. Mary defeating Trinity Villa, by two goals to one, on the Roodae. For real sportsmanship one could not have seen a better game than that between Buokley Old Boys and Flint Churoh Guild, at Burntwood, on Saturday last. Faying their own expenses, taking no gate money, and with half a dozen speotators, the players played simply for the love of the game, and a referee was almost unnecessary. The old BOJs displayed excellent form in the first half, and, mainly though pushful play on the part of a youthful and diminutive outside left, they soun enjoyed what should have been a comfortable lead of three goals. The visitors, however, by a judicious ohange of positions in order to strengthen the rigbt balf-baok, and thns check the homtstera' daageruua left wing, gradually asserted themselves, and before belf.-time had scored twjoe. ^f ■1. The seoond half found Flint the stronger team, but some time had elapsed before tbey equalised, but thia was entirely due to the excellent gotl-kaeping by the Old Boys' energetc Secretary, F. Powell teveral of bis sayea, pardoolarly a fall lengto tarn round the post of a strong shot from his opponents' Secretary, JaJk Ellis, were well worth seeing. The final so!re was three goals eaoh, and it is to be hoped that more sporting games of this character will be played by the junior teams. Greenfield Reserves visited Oolwyn Bay, da the third rouud of the Junior Oup, and althoagh beaten by six goals to one, the crowd were delighted with the play and plaok of the youngsters. Phillips, the visitinir oentre-half, was the best man on the field, aad that is saying roetbing.-Next Saturday, Greenfield Reserves visit Buckley Old Boys, In the North Wales Coast East v. West matob, at Bangdr, yesterday, the West team were victorious by three goals to one. Holywell Vios. v. Cbe-ter Castle.—This postponed leagae matob, the prooeeds of which are devottd for the benefit of R. Edwards, takes place on Saturday next, at Ffordd-fer. The visitors are winners of the Cheshire Amateur Cap, seoond in the distriot league, so that an interesting game is ensured. Kick-off, 3.30 p.m. Next Saturday, Oak Alyn Rovers and Rhos Rangers will meet on the Sealand-road enclosure, in the semi-final of the Welsh Amateur Cap.

AFONWEN v. BRYNFORD.

NORTH WALES COAST AMATEUR…

FIXTURES—SEASON 1.08-9.

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