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- UNIVERSITY OF WALES.

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MOSTYN PARK v. LLANDUDNO.

- LLANRWST Y. DRUMFELLIER.

LLANRWST v. POpTmACOOC.

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ROYAL ANGLESEY YACHT CLUB. CENTRE-BOARD CLASS. The first race of the season, for points to- wards the best aggregate, took place on Saturday. There had been two previous races, won respectdv-ely by Cyane and Bojum, but they are not to be reckoned in the total. The race was he'd over the usual Beaumaris course in a nice whole-sail north, erly breeze, F-iv-J boats s^a(rtcd> course in a nice whole-sail north, erly breeze, F-iv-J boats s^a(rtcd> Bojum, Mr J. R. Davies. Cyane, Mr T. W. Trevor. Ethilda, Mr Livingston. Red Spider, Mr R. Mason. Mor-wpi, Mr Moreley. Considerable interest was shown, especially as regards Ethilda—a new boat designed by Mylue, and rigged as a. sloop instead of as a lugger like all the other boats. Saturday's race, being a reach throughout, was not adapted for showing a fair comparison, but she sailed very well, and evidently stands up weJJ. to her canvas. A very good "ctaxt was made, Red Spider being across the line within two seconds of guniire closely followed by Bojum. A very strong ebb-tide made it a quick reach to the Peaimon buoy, Red Spider drawing out with a lead -of about one min tte-the'o-the. being in cloae order astern. Reaching back against the strong tide, the four leading boats took the Anglesey shore, Morwyn alone trying to baat the ebb along the banks. F Spider had just enough of a lead to keep clear of all the rest, and thus increased her lead, the other boats making a big fight for second berth. They rounded the Swat-ch Buoy in the foiowing order;- Ersd Spider 3 52 13 I Cyane 3 53 50 Ethilda 3 55 9 Bojum 3 55 36 Morwyn 3 57 1 There was no change in positions during tho second lap. The breeze lightened a bit, but was always just enough for the boats to bore up against the tide. Finish Rod Spider (first) 4 6 40 Cyane (second) 4 8 53 Ethilda 4 9 57 Bojum 4 10 37 4 11 29 It will be very interesting to see how Ethil- da sails in a beat to windward. Mr Living- stUD. is to be congratulated upon building for this very sporti-ng class, and it is to be hoped he will be rewarded. A little new blood does a great deal in keeping up the interest, and some fine racing is anticipated during the season.

TARIFF REFORM MEETING AT LLANDUDNO.

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THE MINES AND QUARRIES■ COMMISSION.

|, WELSH IN COURTS OF LAW

SECOND CLASS RAILWAY TRAVEL.

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CHAPEL SITES IN WALES.

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LLANRWST v. POpTmACOOC.