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C. W. HARTLE, Saddler and Athletic Outfitter, Birmingham House, Abergele Rd., Colwyn Bay. j A PRACTICAL SADDLER; OVER 36 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Travelling Requisites, Fancy and General Leather Goods LOCKS, KEYS, BAG & PORTMANTEAU FITTINGS. RIDING SADDLES & WHIPS A SPECIALITY. Repairs to Whips and all Kinds of Light Leather Goods, Harness, Riding Saddles, &c. SPONGES, CHAMOIS LEATHERS, BRUSHES, d-c., kept in Stock. RELIABLE GOODS AT MODERATE PRICES. LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS. AGENT FOR THE COUNTY LIVE STOCK INSURANCE ASSOCIATION LIMITED. Note the Address-Birmingham House, Abergele Rd., Colwyn Bay. 195 un- COLWYU BAY. MOON'S HOTEL and RESTAURANT ESTABLISHED 1885. — (Commercial and Temperance). ORDINARY DAILY, 12 to 2-30, Is. 6d. | Dinner with Two Vegetables and Bread, Is. HIGH-CLASS COOK AND CONFECTIONER. WEDDING & BIRTHDAY CAKES made on the Premises at the shortest notice; only the best materials used. CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES & MELTON MOWBRAY PIES Fresh Daily. NOTED FOR PURE HOME-MADE BREAD. POTTED MEATS. HOVIS BREAD. WELL AIRED BEDS. 26 Ind, Coope & Co. Ltd. Brewers, Importers & Bonders of Wines & Spirits, WHOLESALE & FAMILY WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BURTON-ON-TRENT. SINGLE BOTTTES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. NOTE PRICE A T T7* Q A "NT T~^ Q T A T T T O IN CASKS LIST:— JTA. J__j -L-J O J~ IN J-J O JL KJ LJ J. O. (Carriage Paid). Per Per Per Per Per Ga.Us.Pins. Fir. KU. Bis. 00 East India Pale Ale 1/8 7/6 15/- 30/- 60/- <> t. it 1/6 6/9 13/6 27/- 54/- F.A. Family Ale If- 4/6 9/- 18/- 36/- Specially recommended for Private Families. BOTTLED. Imp. Pints. Imp. Half-pints. OO East India 4/- 2/3 O 11 11 3/6 2/- F.A. Family Ale (specially recommended 2/6 1/6 Per Per Per Per Per Galls. Pins. Fir. Kil. Bis. 6.-Mild Ale .1 12 5/3 10/6 21/- 42/- 7.— „ „ 1/- 4/6 9/- 18/- 36/- Celebrated Extra Stout 1/6 6/9 13/6 27/- Double Brown Stout. 1/4 6/- 12/- 24/- Brown Stout 1/2 5/3 10/6 21/- I Imp. Pints. Imp. Half-pints D.S. Double Stout 3/6 2/- S.S. Single Stout 2/9 1/6 P. Porter 2/6 1/6 (In Cork or Screw-Stoppered Bottles). CHAMPAGNES, SPARKLING HOCKS, MOSELLES, BURGUNDIES, CLARETS, CHABLIS, CORDIALS LIQUEURS, PORTS, SHERRIES, &c. AUSTRALIAN WINES, "BIG TREE" and "ORION" BRANDS. MARTELL'S and HENNESSY'S BRANDIES. RODERICK DHU, HIGHLAND CREAM, INVERCAULD BRIGADIER, GLENLEVIT, and J. JAMESON'S WHISKIES. SPECIAL TERMS TO HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. NOTE THE ADDRESSES.— Station Road COLWYN BAY. Gwalla Stores LLANFAIRFECHAN. Chantrey Stores PENMAENMAWR. Liverpool House TREFRIW. Blue Bell Stores CONWAY. Town Hall Stores RHYL. -1 JOSEPH DICKEN, Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Complete House Furnisher. -u._n_m_, TURKEY, AXMINSTER, BRUSSELS & TAPESTRY CARPETS—every design. Tons of LINOLEUM & OILCLOTH to select from. BEDSTEADS in Great Variety. All BEDDING Made on the Premises. Furniture Remover.] STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. [Undertaker. RACKHAMS LIVER PILLS DR. BELL'S TREATISE ON LIVER, p. 121.—" I believe I shall not err in saying, that when Disorders of the Liver have taken in what are called I Bilious Complaints,they lay the foundation of more than half the Consumption which occurs in this country." OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS Have been before the Public over 50 years. Cure all Diseases of the Liver. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS ARE WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD. J^ACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS Cure Jaundice, Lumbago, &c. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS One Box will prove to any sufferer their extraordinary* value. RACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS For Gravel, Scurvy and Scrofula. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS These Pills are prepared tasteless. Are good for Dropsy and Nervous Disorders. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS Are unequalled for Blotches and Skin Diseases. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS For any disease produced indirectly through the Liver they will effect a safe, speedy, and permanent cure. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS For Female Disorders nothing can surpass them. OACKHAM'S LIVER PILLS Sold in Boxes, Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom. Beware of imitations and see that the Portrait of the Inoentor is on the lid of each box. If any difficulty in obtaining the pills send thirteen stamps, with full postal address, to the Proprietors, and a box will be forwarded. SOLE PROPRIETORS j J. CHAPMAN & COMPANY, LIMITED, QUEEN STREET, NORWICH. I
List of Visitors. COLWYN BAY. Bay View Road. Oxford House. Miss Brown, resident. Clifton House. Rev. W. Fern, resident. W. Nelstrop, Saltburn. Mrs & Miss Ritchie, Pickering Coed Pella Road. Hillridge House-MRs PARRY Mr & Mrs Lowe, family & nurse, Oakhampton, Devon Grove Park West. Pwliterfyn-Mns E. WILLIAMS Mrs E Volpe, Liverpool Mr Jackson, Birmingham Grove Park. Burton Ytlla-MRS S OWEN Mr J Downes, Shrewsbury Mr J Garbett, ditto Powls House-MRs MORRIS Mr S Bell, Chester Hawarden Road. Highgate-MRs JONES Mr H Gibbons, Darlington Mr Franklin do Mr Ritchie do Mr Gay do Mr Harley, Wolverhampton Herbert Dale-MIss ROBERTS Mrs & Miss Nesbitt, Buxton Lawson Road. Pension Edelweiss- Miss Retemeyer Miss Foster, Edgbaston Miss French, Brighton Mrs Heywood, Wrexham Miss Marples, Birkenhead Bryn Kenric-Missi-,s GILBERT Mr & Mrs Girling, Lytham Rev J F Reece & family, Rector of Llanfwrogl Ruthin Mr & Mrs Fanning,Amlwch Lawson Road—Miss CARR Mrs Percy Smith & family, Wolverhampton Miss Whittorne, do Llewelyn Road. Spring Bank—MRS. R. DAVIES. Mr Bell, Aberdovey Mr Matthews, Manchester Mr T R Jones, resident Gelert House—MRS. WHAITE Mr & Mrs Joseph Lee. Birkenhead Mr & Mrs Milne, Oldham I Master Milne do Marine Road. Llwyn Onn-MRs ROWE. Mrs, Miss & Master Hall, South Africa Lockyer's Private Hotel- Mrs Knowles, Tottington Mr Dixon, Nortliwich Miss Whiteley Ward, Halifax Miss Bryce do Miss Griffiths, Denbigh Mrs Walker, Pinner Mrs & Master Pidduck, Warrington Miss Dobson do Mr Kenyon, Manchester Miss Kenyon do Mr Smedley do Mrs & Miss Sharp,Didsbury Mr Sharp, junr, do Mr York S Thomson, do Mr H Elliott, Manchester Mrs Dutton do MrDomakin do Mr & Mrs Byrom, Fairfield Miss & Master Byrom, do Miss Clark, do Mr & Mrs Oldroyd, Huddersfield Rev Boaden. Manchester Mrs & Miss Boaden, do Mrs Penberthy do Mr & Mrs Turnbull, Southport Mostyn Road. Glen Gordon- MRS FLETCHER Miss H Simpson, Leeds Miss Page, Rochdale Miss Spencer, do Mr &Mrs Harrison, Higher Broughton, M'chester The Misses Harrison, do Promenade. Gilbertville Mr & Mrs Pemberton, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Mrs Johns, Bootle Mr Dawson, Aberdeen Mr Lindsten, Sweden Mrs Pedler, Congleton Promenade. Contd. Mont Dore-MRs W. H. PureE, Proprietress Mr & Mrs Howe, New York City MiRs Hunter, Manchester Mr & Mrs Shaw do Miss Shaw do Mr & Mrs Nasniith, do Master Nasmith do Miss Kipling, HarrogaLe Mrs Metters, Stratford-on- Avon Mr Campbell, Manchester Mr Kricorissian do Mr W H Price, Birmingham Sorrento Boarding House MISS WILSON Y Christmas Thompson, Esq, Warrington Mrs Thompson do Trouvllle-Miss Jones, J. Travers, Esq, M'chester Mrs Travers do Miss Daisy Travers, do Miss Beatrice Travers, do Nurse Ryan do Prince's Drive. Hawarden Towers—MRS THOMAS J Lyon, resident Mr Garnett, ditto Mr & Mrs Lane, Walkden St. Enoch's—MRS MORRIS Mrs Armstrong, & nurse, Gresford Master Armstrong, do Holm Lea—MRS NAYLOR The Misses Entwistle, residents Mr Monks, resident Rhiw Bank Terrace. 5-MRS JONES Mr Hirst, resident Mr Buckle, ditto Rhiw Road. Brompton House—MRS K M JONES Mr Thornton, resident Mr Hinde, ditto Mr Heiffer, ditto Llys Gelert-MRs DAVIES Mr G Owens, Barmouth Sea View Terrace. Bryn Elwy—MRS JONES Mr Roberts, resident Victor Road. 6- Mr Sheridan, Chester Mr G Powell do Mr Brown do Mr Gorham do Woodland Road. Ashbourne House -MRS WALLIS Nurse Maclcie, resident Wooaland Park Boarding House—MISSES WRIGHT AND MELLOK. Mr Fiddes, resident Miss Waiker. Manchester Miss Yates do Nurse Broadbent do Mr Lomas, Denton Rev W J Baker, Wrexham Wynnstay Road. Mayfleld—Miss DENNIS Miss Timms, Buxton Miss Morgan, do Mrs & Miss Hardman Mr Higby, Cheadle Hulme Eccles House W H Naylor, Esq, Warring- Mrs Naylor, do [ton Miss G M Naylor, do Miss Mawson, do Ben Nevis Hugh Harris, Esq., D.L., Ashfort, co. Armagh, & Harcourt-st., Dublin Misses Harris and maids, Dublin Misses Harris, ditto Somerset Boarding House MISSES WRIGHT W Norbury, gsq, M'chester Mrs Norbury do Miss V Norbury do Miss G Norbury do G Harrison, Esq do Mrs Harrison do John Yorke, Esq, Liverpool Master L Baker, B'head York Road. Laburnum- MRS SALISBURY F.R. Hauxby,Esq, M.'chester Mrs Hauxby do Miss Hauxby do Master Hauxby do Bryn Goleu-MRs WILLIAMS J L Davis, Esq, Sale, Manchester Mrs Davis do
Football. Association. BANGOR COLLEGE v. ABERYSTWYTH COLLEGE. This match was played on the Combination ground of the latter town on Saturday last. Edmunds scored the first goal for the visitors after about fifteen minutes' play. Play was soon changed to the other end, where Parry, after a nice run, equalised. In the second half the northern students scored another goal, thus winning a good match by 2 goals to i. North Wales Coast League. Results up to Saturday last. -(ioads._ PI(I.Won.Lost.Dr", For Agst.Pts Bangor 10 8 2 9 46 10 16 Rhyl United 11 7 4 0 32 17 14 Holywell 7 6 1 0 21 7 12 Llanrwst 11 6 5 0 26 30 12 Llandudno 12 4 6 2 38 27 .10 Colwyn Bay 12 3 7 2 21 23 8 ^Carnarvon 9. 4 4 1 18 29 7 Denbigh 10 2 6 2 17 35 6 Holyhead 10 2 7 } 13 48 5 [ *Two points deducted for playing an ineligible man. BANGOR v. LLANDUDNO. This replayed semi-final North Wales Coast Cup tie was played at the Oval, Carnarvon, on Saturday last. After Bangor beating Llandudno on the latter team's ground on St. David's Day, it was thought that they would be able to hold their own in this important fixture, but it was not to be so. Five minutes from the start Thomas scored for Bangor, but Llandudno were not to be beaten, and by half-time had scored two goals. After the re- start Bangor pressed for about fifteen minutes, but could not score. Llandudno then got away, and fairly showered shots at the Bangor citadel, with the result that they scored three more goals, thus winning by 5 goals to 1. I BUCKLEY VICTORIA v. FLINT. This semi-final tie of the North Wales Coast Cup was p!ayed at Shotton. From a free kick Buckley scored their first goal, amidst ringing cheers from their supporters. A few minutes from time Davies scored their second goal. Half-thne arrived with the score-Buckley 2, Flint 1. In the second half each side managed to notch another point, the game thus ending in favour of Buckley by 3 goals to 1.
Welsh Junior Cup.-Semi. Final. LLANRWST v. RUABON ALBION. This match was played it Rhyl on Saturday. Llanrwst lost the toss, and Ruabon played down the hill. It was seen early in the game that Ruabon was the stronger team, but in spite of their strength they could make but very little progress against the Roosters," who had as much of the game as their opponents, the Ruabon custodian being oftener troubled than the Llanrwst one. About four minutes from the call of half-time a misunderstanding between the Llanrwst backs let in the Ruabon forwards, who had no trouble in beating the Llanrwst goalkeeper at close quarters. It could not be called a well-worked goal, but at the same time was quite a fair one, and the teams turned over, Ruabon leading by I goal to nil. After changing ends, the Roosters made themselves felt, and in less than five minutes the outside left got possession of the ball and passed it to his in- side man, who swung it over to the right, who made tracks towards the Ruabon goal, and giving a swift pass across the goal mouth, the inside left met it and banged it into the net without any of the Ruabon team having a touch at all, thus equalising with the best goal of the match. In a very short time again the Ruabon forwards scored another goal at closing, thus taking the lead by 2 to 1. From this to the finish Llanrwst had the best of the game, but could not find the net until about five minutes before time was up, and the game ended in a draw of 2 goals each. Llanrwst meet Holywell next Saturday in the League. The League ist Division. Results up-to-date. ^Goals.-s Pld.Won.Lost.D111. For Agst. Pts Aston Villa 27 .17 5 5 65 29 39 Sheffield United 25 .14 1. 10 46 20 38 Wolverhampton W. 21 .11 4 9 35 25 31 Sunderland 24 .13 8 3 36 24 29 Notts Forest 24 .11 6 7 44 32 29 Bury 24 .11 9 4 36 32 26 Stoke 24 .10 9 5 28 31 25 Derby County 24 9 9 6 32 33 24 Evert(«n 25 9 .11 5 32 41 23 Newcastle United 22 8 8 6 38 28 22 Burnley 25 9 12 4 30 40 22 Manchester City 24 7 .10 7 37 35 21 Preston North End 24 8 12 4 27 33 20 Liverpool 25 7 13 5 36 40 19 West Bromwich Albion 24 7 .12 5 26 41 19 Notts County 25 6 12 7 35 54 19 Blackburn Rovers 22 7 .13 2 33 50 16 Glossop 24 4 14 6 27 57 14 Results of Saturday's Games. *Liverpool 5 Manchester City 2 ♦Blackburn Rovers 2 Glossop 2 '^Nottingham Forest 4 Derbv County 1 *Aston Villa 1 Sheffield United 1 *Preston North End 1 Bury 0 •Burnley 3 Notts County 0 ,Wolverhttmpt Wan 1 Newcastle United 1 "Sunderland 3 West Bromwich Albion. 1 English Cup (Repiayed Tie). At Reading, on Monday last, Millwall Athletic beat Aston Villa by 2 goals to 1, thus entering the semi-final round for the first time in their history. ♦
Hockey. The following teams have been selected to represent Colwyn Bay club in next Saturday's match, Llandudno v. Colwyn Bay, at Llandudno. R. M. Smith, J. Mee, J. Wallis, J. Morris, Rowland, Raines, Evans, Jones, R. Page, H. Page, Bainton. Chester 2nd v. Colwyn Bay 2nd, at Colwyn Bay- C. A. Phillips, Dr Moore, Hargraves, Anderson, Wuhlehauss, Lasemann, Kent, Lowe, Bailey, Davis, Williams.
Prestatyn. THIS town has been full of exciting topics of interest lately, the exciting rescue from drowning of a servant girl by Miss Healey, practically at her last gasp, in the cut near Barkby Avenue, being not one of the least. The girl, we are glad to learn, has nearly recovered, though still suffering keenly from shock. We hope the authorities will see to this dangerous place being properly railed off, or the next one to fall in may not be so fortunate. We surely think the lady rescuer deserves public recognition for her bravery, which has doubtless bedn the means of saving a life. The Talk of the Town is- THAT on the question raised at last week's licensing case, Is it a rising place ? The talk is that from its natural advantages and nearness to the great business centres, it must come to the front as a health and pleasure resort, and that if increase in land value is a criterion, it is rapidly doing so. THAT now there is such an enterprising Council it will be pushed along that when all the resolu- tions passed thereat for the improvement of the town are carried out, then the place won't know itself. THAT the light railway will be a great impetus. THAT there are large operations in building by an influential syndicate looming up. THAT all the large landowners have the interests of the place at heart, and arc willing to co-operate for its improvement. THAT of course it will be necessary to increase the rates, but no ratepayer will object to a small outlay for such desirable ends. THAT for all folks to try to make out it is not rising, nevertheless the present generation may iind the place of such importance that letters may be addressed to Rhyl, near Prestatyn." THAT Prestatyn people believe that Rhyl is on the wane, and no wonder, for the only attractions are limited to its pure, dry air and its mixed bathing. THAT the value of land has been talked up with little intrinsic basis for it. THAT what advantages Prestatyn enjoys are 'being spoiled by want of a governing body of business men who will work together for the good of the community. THAT the resolutions, which are good for the town, passed one meeting, are cancelled the next, unless they meet with the approval of the one-man party on the Council. THAT there are new residents who highly praised the place for its natural attractions, but are so dis- gusted with the poor returns for the high rates and 1 11 rents that they are again leaving, THAT there was joyous satisfaction at our recent victories, which have not only cancelled Majuba, but all the past failures of our'generals. I THAT it was nice to see all the bunting flying in the High-street, as it showed the patriotic feeling of the inhabitants. THAT we mustn't be too perky, as the war has only just begun, and there is not much glory in winning by three to one. THAT we mustn't forget there have been some ghastly messes made by those in command which ought to be looked into. THAT most of those who had not seen the tele- grams thought the display of Hags on Thursday was either for Miss Evans' wedding, or might it be the birthday of Mr John Jones, Sefton. THE MAX IN THE STUKKT.
St. Asaph Chair Eisteddfod. THE filth annual Eisteddfod of the Congregation- alists (pastor, Rev. W. M. Jones) was held as usual on St. David's Day. The Eisteddfod this year proved more successful in the number of entries for the different competitions than any of the previous Eisteddfodau. Owing to this fact the committee decided to hold the first meeting on Wednesday evening. They found it difficult to manage to get through all the competitions. The first meeting was to be presided over by Mr R. LI. Jones, Rhyl, but he failed to be present owing to ill-health. The conductor, Huwco Penmaen, said the president had sent a donation towards the funds. The chief items were :—Challenge solo competition, prize, a silver cup (12 entries), winner: Mr David Ellis, Cefnmawr. Children's choir competition (two entered, but one only appeared, that of Denbigh) and the adjudicator (Mr E. D. Lloyd) awarded them half the prize of ^3, and the conductor (Mr D. Hughes) was invested and presented with a silver medal. Madame Burton Griffiths, of Chester, sang three times during the meeting, and received a hearty welcome, she being a great favourite with the Asaphites. The second meeting commenced at two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, and the following pro- gramme was gone through. The president was Mr W. G. Thomas, Carnarvon, who gave a brief and stirring address. Challenge solo, for children; seven competitors, the silver medal being awarded to Miss Ada Williams. For the best ode, Cwyn yr amaethwr" (thirteen competitors), the prize of ios. 6d. was awarded to Mr W. Parry (Bardd y Glyn), Mostyn. Pianoforte solo three entries the prize of £ 1 is. was given to Mr David Parry, Holywell. Challenge solo, open to those who had not won before; the winner of this silver cup was Miss Evans, Henllan. For the best pair of stock- ings, Miss Annie- Williams, Llansannah, got the prize of 3s. The prize of £ 1 is. for the best rendering of tho soprano solo, When Myra sings," was divided between Miss Alice Hughes, Birken- head, and Miss Annie Williams, Roslyn, Dyserth. For the best stanza, Y Dywysen" (thirteen entries), the prize was won by Meurig Cybi, Brymbo. In the tenor solo competition the prize of ios. 6d., and a silver medal, was awarded to Mr Richard Jones, Llanarmon. Out of three Welsh idyls, the best was that of Mr Joseph Austen, St. Asaph. In the duet competition the prize of 15s. was given to Mr R. G. Jones, Denbigh, and Mr E. Barlow, St. Asaph. The Point of Ayr Male Voice was the only choir to compete for the prize of £ IOS. and a silver medal, the conductor (Mr J. Lloyd) being invested. The last meeting was commenced at 6 o'clock, and the National Schools was packed by that time. The president was Mr A. Lloyd Jones, Mayor of Denbigh, and we understand that he and Mr Thomas, the president of the afternoon meeting, presented the committee with handsome donations towards the funds of the Eisteddfod. The prize for the contralto solo was won by Miss Evans, Henllan, who gave a splendid rendering of "0 ryfedd groes." In the children's solo com- petition* for those under 14 years of age, the prize was won by Mr Richard Owen, Ffynongroew. For the best pincushion the prize was given to Mrs Edwards, Mount-road, St. Asaph she also took the prize for the nightdress case. For the best solo on the mandolin the prize was awarded to Miss Lewis, Birkenhead. In the chief choral competi- tion two choirs entered, Holywell United Choir and Bethania Choir, Ffryongroew. The test piece was "Worthy is the Lamb," the prize of £ 1 in cash and a gold medal, value £ 2, was awarded to the Holywell choir, and the conductor, Mr J. E. Pierce, was invested amid the cheers of the audience. The silver tea service was given to Miss Alice Hughes, Birkenhead, for the rendering of the best challenge solo (open to ladies). M. J. M. Jones, Rhyl, took the prize for the baritone solo, Arm, Arm, ye Brave and the silver cup for the challenge solo (open to gentlemen). The winner 01 the oak chair was Mr John Williams, Trawsfynydd, Merionethshire. The Eisteddfod was a perfect success in the number of competitors and the high standard of the competition. The adjudicators were Rev Rhys Hughes, Bethel, Carnarvon Rev T. Roberts, Mold; Mr Beriah Gwynfe Evans, Carnarvon; Mr E. D. Lloyd, Bethesda and others. The conductors were Huwco Penmaen, and Rev M. Davies. The duties of secretaries were ably performed by Messrs J. Simon and T. D. Thomas, Mr J. Williams, Dick's boot depot, acting as chairman of committee.
Ploughing Match at Rhuddlan. THE annual ploughing match of the Rhuddlan and District Ploughing Association was held at a field on C:iccin Farm on Thursday last, when twenty- two teams were entered for competition, and the work done was very good. The judges- were Messrs T. J. Dutton, Chester W. Conwy Bell, and P. W. Jones, Newmarket, in the team and turn-out classes. Messrs Daniel Davies, Prestatyn J. Jones, Nant Meifod E. Morgan, Kelston, Llanasa and I Thomas Jones, Ddwyonen, Rhuddlan, in the ploughing classes. The awards were as follows :— Z!1 First class.—Wheel ploughs, open to all comers. First prize, A5 2nd, 3rd, 1.2 4th, £ 1 5th, ios 6th, 5s. 1. Thomas Owen, Pentre, Rhuddlan. 2. Thomas Williams, Cwybr Bach, Rhuddlan. 3. John Roberts, Tycldynycyll, Cwm. 4. D. Davies, Marian Bach, Cwm. 5. Hugh Davies, Criccin, Rhuddlan. 6. Thomas Hughes, Vale-road, Rhyl. Second class.—-Open to all comers neither wheels, cutters, guiders, chains, nor weights to be attached to the plough. First prize, X5 2nd, ^"3 3rd, £ 2 4th, Xi 5th, 10s 6th, 5s. 1. Cornelius Pierce, Waen. 2. Abel Hughes, Ty Uchaf, Waen. 3. David Hughes) Hylas, Rhuddlan. 4. Charles Jones, Faenol Broper, St. Asaph. 5. E. Williams, Plas Newydd, St. Asaph. 6. Peter Roberts, Bryn Cwnin. Third class.—Open to all ploughmen under the age of 21. Wheel ploughs to be used. First prize, £ 3 2nd, £ 2 3rd, £ 4th, ios. 1. Thomas Williams, Pydew, Dyserth. 2. William Parry, Nant Mawr, Abergele. 3. T. Williams, Hottiau, Cwm. 4. William Roberts, Canolblas, Bodelwyddan. Fourth class.-For the neatest and most suitable turn-out. First prize, 15 2nd, ios; 3rd, 5s. r. Thomas Williams, Seriyn, Newmarket. 2. David Davies, Marian Bach, Cwm. 3. John Roberts, Plasau, Cwm. Fifth class.-Special prize by Mr A. Sheffield, ironmonger, Rhyl Two pairs of bright hames for the most valuable team of horses on the field. 1. Mr J. Roberts, Criccin. 2. Mr J. Jones, Tycldynycyll, Cwm. A first prize of 5s, and 2nd of 2s 6d, given by Mr W. Conwy Bell, to the ploughman leaving his headlands in and out completed in a most workman- like manner. Winner, Peter Roberts, Bryn Cwnin. A special prize of ios, given by Mr Frank Bibby, for the cleanest gears on the field. Hired gears not allowed. Mr Thomas Williams, Terfyn, Xewmarket. A special prize was offered by Mr Thomas, Bull Inn, Abergele, value 10s, for soundest pair of horses on the field. This was won by Mr T. Roberts, Criccin, for a team pronounced by the judges to be second to none in Xorth Wales.