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PAST HIGH SHERIFFS OF DENBIGHSHIRE. AN INTERESTING LIST. The fallowing is a copy of a complete list, existing in I a.t Denbigh, of the High. Sheriffs of DeribLgh-ivhire sinoe such afiice-s were first at)- pointed for North Wales to the year 1828:— J IlEIGN OF HENRY VIlI. 1n-J0hn SalusbuTy, CShambeilain of Den- bigh, Esq. 1542—Sir John Salisbury, of L'owenv, Knight. 1543-i.r John PuLeston, ci Berabam. Knight. 1544—John Pules ton, of Sir Mon, Esq. 154-5-Jnhn Owen, of Abergcley, Fsq. 15-6—Roger Salusbury, of Bac-iiymhyd (or Rug), Esq. REIGN OF EDWARD VI. 1547—John Edwards, of Chirk, Esq. 1548—Cad wa lade r Maurice, of Fovias, Esq. 1.549-Ikb"t Wynne ap Ci-dwaJadc.r, of Foy- E-q. 1550—Eiliis Price, of P:& Yolyn. Dcctor. 1551-John Lloyd of Yak', Esq. 1552—William Mcstyn. of Maes Gins, Esq. IlEIGN OF MARY. M-assey, of Maesmynna-n, Esq. 1554—Edward Aimer, of Aimer, E q. 1555—Fouik Vcnl. of HoniUan, Elq. 1556-Thmn:!3 Be"ot, of Burton, Esq. 1557-Ehs Price, of Plas Yolyn, Doctor. REIGN OF ELIZABETH. 155S-Edward Aimer, of Pant Yokin, Esq. 1559—Robert Puleston, of Bcrcham, Esq. 1550—Robert Fletcher, of Lianfair, DyiTryn Clwyd, Eiq. 1561—Thomas Meriis, of Ruthin, Esq. 1562-Hob2.rt ap Hugh, of Creiddin, Eiq. 1563—Jeffry Holland, of Eglwysfaeh, K,q. 1&54—John Thcmas ap William, of G-aai Con- way, Esq. 1565—Edward Conway, cf Bryn Eithin, Esq. 1565—Hush Pulcstcn, of Bersham, Esq. ,567-Ilotilk LJüJd, of HerJ-an, Esq. 155-8—EV:HI L'oyd, of Yale, Esq. 1569—Ellis Price, of P a; Yolyn, Frq. 1570-Ikhert Pulo-ston, of Borsham. Esq. 1571—Edward Aimer, cf Pant Yokin, Esq. 1572—Simon T-iielwall. of Plasyward, Esq. 1573—Ellis Price, of Foy a,s, Doctor. 1574—Robert Wynne ap Cadw&lader, of Foy las, Eq. 1575—Sir John Salisbury, of Lleweny, Knight. 1576—Edward Jone-, of Cadwgan, Esq. 1577—Jch.ii Wynn ap Williams, of Meley, Eq. 1578—.pierce Holland, of Abergelcy. Esq. I579-ThonwG Maurice, of Ruthin, Esq. 1580—John Price, of Dc-rwen, Esq. 1531-0wen Brereton, of Borras, E«p 1582—Edward Hughes, of Holt, Eq. 1585—Evan Lloyd, of Yale, E q. 15S4—Picree Owen, of Abcrge'-cy, Esq. 1535—Henry Parry, of Macs Plas. Esq. 1585—William Wynne, of Meley, 1587-Th",mas Almer. of Pant Yokin,"Esq. 1588—Owen Brereton, of Borras, Esq. 1589—Edward Eyton, of Wet Stay, Esq. 1590—Edwa.rd Thelwall. of PlaPv ward, Esq. lS91-Thoma; PoweJi. of HOTS'CV, Esq. 1592-Fülllk Lloyd, of Henllan. E-q. 1593—Henry an Evan L'oyd. cf Hafodunos, Esq. 1594—Griffith Wynne, of Lianrwst, Esq. 1595—Thomas Wynne ap Richard, of Lianrwst, Esq. 1596—David Holland, of Kinme.l. Esq. 1597— Sir Robert Salu-bury, of Bachymbyd, Knight. 1598—Edwaird Brereton, of Bo IT as, Esq. Rol/'rt Sou tley. of Soutley, Esq. IS99-T}¡.Ama, Price, of Spytty, Eeq. -600—William Mvdd-elton. of Gwao-nyncg, Esq. 160( —Owen Vaughan, of LIwy-chsrd, Esq. 1602—David Holland, of Ahorge.'ey, Esq. REIGN OF JAMES 1. 1603—Edward Eyton. cf W'Ilt Stay, Esq. 1604-Jühn Lloyd, of Vaynol Rug, Esq. 1605—Cadwalader Wynne, of Voy.'as, Esq. 1606—Sir John Wynne, of Gwydir, Knight. 1607—Evan Meredith, of Gl-an Tannat. rlizq. 1603-Morg.an Broughton. of Ma:hwiel, Esq. 1609—Hugh GWVH Grifiith, of He-rtli Ddu. Esq. 1610—Sir Rieha.rd Trevor, of Tlevalvn, Bart. 1611—Robert Soutley, of Souiley, E-q. 1612-SinHj]] The'wai!, of Plosywajd, Esq. 1613—Thongs Gocdma.n. of Pks Uchaf, Llan. fair, Dyffryn Clwyd. E."ofl. 1614—Willi;i.m Wynne, of Mdcy. Esq. 1615—Richard Williams, of Ruthin, Esq. 1616-Thom;¡.5 Powell, of Hori-eley, Esq. 1617—Thomas Needham. of Clocaenog. E3Q. 1618—Rcbc:t Wynne. of Berth Ddu. Eoq. 1619-Foulk MyddeUon, of Llansilin. Eeq. 1620—WiLlian; Vaughan, of Eyton, Bsq. 1621—Hugh Meredith, of Wrexham, Esq. 1622—Sir Edward Trevor, of Bryn KinaiU, Knight. 1623-FouIk Lloyd, of Henllan. Esq. 1624—Thomas Rice Wynne, of Geeler, Esq. 1625—Sir Richard Grosvenor, of Eyton, Knight. REIGN OF CHARLES 1. 1626—Georgo Bcrtock, cf Holt, Esq. 1627—Edward Price, of Llwyn Ynn, g)q. 1628—Sir Henry Sa'usbury, of L'eweny, Knight. 1629—Edward Meredith, of Stanly, Esq. 1630-\yji!J:tm Robinson, of Gwersyllt. Esq. 1631-liol),rt Wynne, of Voy'o.s, Esq. 1632—-William Dolben. of Denbigh, Esq. 1633-Jolm Parry, of Plas-yn-Rlhal. Esq- 1634—Roger Ho'land. of Aber.geley, EFq- 1635—TTu.gh Llüyd, Rosindale. of DenbiAh. Esq. 1635—ITur-h Llovd, of Foxh.-dl. 1637-Williarn Wynne, of Meley, Esq. 1638—Edward Maurice, of Glwn CVn.:I.,ti1, Esq. 1639-1;r Thomas Powell, of Horscoy, Esq. IMjO-RIchard Langford, of Aiiington, Esq. 1641—John Vaughan. of Henllan. Esq. 1642—J<-ihn Belief, of Morcton, Esq. 164.3-J,nhn ThelwalJ. of Plai=ba<rJ]. 1644—Sir Evan Lloyd, of Yale, B a,- t 1645— -Ditto. bit! 1646—Ditto. Ditto. 1647—John Kyrraston, of Ruabon, Esq. 1648— Robert Soutlev. of Soutley. Esq. TIME OF COM M O N W E A L F H. 1649—Thomas Ravenscroft, of Pickhill, Esq. 1550—Rieha.rd Myddelton, of Llansilin, Esq. 1651—William Wynne, of Garthgvnnan, Esq. 1652—Thoma« Bali, c.f Burton, Esq. 1653-,John FiNva-d-1, of Chirk, E-q. 1654—William Edwards, of Eyton. Esq. 1655-Jon Jeffreys, of Acton, Esq. 1656—Sir Owen Wynn-e, of Gwydir. Bart. 1657—Sir Thomas Powell, of Horseley, Bart. 1658-R.obert Price, of Geeler, Eq. 1659—F-1 ward Vaughan. of Llwydarth, Esq. (To be continued.)
CARNARVONSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. PROPOSED NEW SCHOOLS AT LLANDUDNO, LLYSFAEN AND BETTWSYCOED. THE GOVERNMENT AUDITOR AND MEMBERS' EXPENSES. (From our Reporter.) At a meeting of the Carnarvonshire Education Comaiibtee, this (Thursday) morning, the tollow- ing local matters were dealt with :— f o GYFFIN CHURCH SCHOOL. Reporting on the work of this school, H.M. Inspector stated that since the last report the mixed department of the school had suffered through several changes of teachers. The pre- mises continued to be seriously overcrowded. The schoolroom, usjd by older scholars, provides ac- commodation for 48 children on the ten square feet basis, and there are 73 children on the re- gisters, 70 of whom were present when the school was visited. Considering the numerous diffic-ul ties under which lessons have been given, the attainments of the pupils reflected high credit upon the zealous headmaster. In the Infants' Division the children read fairly well, and have acquired considerable dexterity in kindergattcn exercises.
LLANDUDNO JUNCTION CENTRE. According to H.M. Inspector's report on handicraft at this centre, it is still not properly equipped with store cupboards, which are wanted in order t.),-t finished work may be p: cseITed for inspection. The scheme of work needs recasting. Some of the exercises have been doing duty in the coun- try for nearly twenty years. There should be more connection between the handicraft and the school gardening, and closer correlation of handi- craft and other school work could bo developed The boys should be encouraged to take notes and draw freehand diagrams and make free studies of the tools they use. The training of the boy is more important than the making of the model, end the former should receive more attention.
LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL CENTRE This centre, reports the Inspector, is a good one, well lighted and arranged, and well equipped with very good benches. The habit of note- taking should be cultivated. The bench work methods are fairly good, but there is a tendency which should be checked, viz., to get the work done quickly, rather than by correct methods and with dw proper tools. The bench work is of good quality.
SUPPLEMENTARY TEACHERS. Twenty-three teachers from the Llandudno Junction Saturday Classes sat for the examina- tion of the Committee ,and the examiners stated that the question of plotting a curve on squared paper was well done by a few only, out of the 120 candidates.
SALARIES. It wf.s decided to inform Miss Mary Jones, cooking mistress, Llandudno, that the committee are unable at present to consider her application for an ,'nerease of salary. Miss Nellie Nether- wood, Art. 50 teacher, is to be paid m accord- ance with the committee's scale of salaries from the commencement of the second year of her en- gagement.
DISALLOWANCES BY THE GOVERNMENT AUDITOR. A letter was read from the Government Auditor in which he stated that in the accounts for the period ended March 31st last of Mr David Thomas, assistant secretary of the Education Committee, he had disallowed the sum ot £ 4 15s 8d, being part of a sum of £ 6 5s 6d en t.ered and charged as and for a payment to Mr Evan R. Davies, the secretary to the Committer. The sum of B6 5s 6d (part of which he had disal lowed) was the amount of the expense:; incurred by the North Carnarvonshire Inquiry Committe-3 in holding inquiries wnhin the area ot the ad- ministrative county of Carnarvon in relation to proposals for the closing of three non-providel school, and Cel lain general inquiries as to the accommodation in nine provided schools. It appears from the information supplied to me at the audit, continued the Auditor, that thi Inquiry Committee consisted of five members of the Education Committee of the Carnarvonshire County Council. They were attended by certain officials of the Authority, and by one 01 Hi- Majestv's liL'-p.?ctoi"s oL.Schools, whom it ap- pealed they had invited to attend. The sum of So 5s 6d was the cost of meals and bels at an hotel where they stayed. All, however, d'd not appear to have "remained for the night, and some only partook of luncheons provided and paid for. I was unable from the information before me to ascertain the individual expenditure, other than that incurred by the Secretary, Mr Evan 1-t Da vies. I found that his personal expenses amounted to the sum of £1 8s lOd, which 1 al- lowed inasmuch as by the terms of his appoint- ment he appeared to be allowed his traveling and other expenses, when upon the business 11 the Education Committee, in addition to his salary, and I disallowed the remainder, v £4 163 8d as aforesaid. At a preliminary audit of the accounts of the County Council, my attention he.d been called to the h-rg3 amount of ',he expenses incurred bv the Eiticpt,on Committee and their officers ill travelling by motor car and otherwise, and in personal expenses by way of provision of meals an I refreshments. I did not disallow the cost of the two motor cars used in this case, as it was not possible for me to discriminate between which, were used by the members and by the officials who Were required to attend. I mane the disallowance of £4 6s 8d for the following reasons.-(j) Because there is no provision in the Local Government- Act, 1888, nor in the Edu- cation Act, 1902, nor in any other statute by which the cost of members of the Edu- cation Committee incurred in staying at hotels, or in 'the provision of meals for their refresh- ment, and that of persons invited to attend wilh them, can be a legal charge upon the rates of the county of Carnarvon when performing adminis- trative duties within the area cf the county. (2) Because the expenses were incurred in perform- ance of the ordinary duties of a member of the Education Committee. (3) Because it was the
MR PERCY SMALLWOOD. Mr Percy Small wood, who is the champion mi.ddle-dist-a-TIc.o runner of the world, is spend- ing a short holiday at Llandudno, where he in tends to st.ay for about a mouth. He is a native of Conway. He recently comnhf^d a eleven weeks' tour of the American Hippodromes, where he met witi grroat success. month he broke the five mile record in tie United States. duty of the members of the committee to pay their own expenses when performing their out it. s within the area of the county. (4) And because the Assistant Secretary had no authority in law to pay the said expense, which I have disallow ;d. and to charge the same in his accounts. The committee decided to appeal against the disallowance.
TREFRIW SCHOOL. A letter Wiati read from the selncol correspon- dent asking the committee to make a contribu- tion towaids the ccst of conveyance of four children at:endmg th.e fchcoL It was decided to make -onquiries respecting the circumstances of tihe parents.
A LLANDUDNO ROY'S ATTENDANCE RECORD. It was decided to award a watoh to W. Krfhn. of the Lloyd-st. Boys' School. Llandudno, who has ffi-ado six years' compete attendance, with the exception, cf a short interval of compulsory ab- sence in 1906.
LLOYD-STREET SCHOOL, LLANDUDNO. The Secieitary reported that the a-rrangemenits for the (purchase of the kind at the back of this "ochOlOl from Lord Mo tyr; hd now been com- pleted, the purchase mom?y bein>g £ 444.
LLYS'FAEN SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION. The Secretary submitted a report showing that he had mot the managers of the Llvsfaen ScSiool, who cxppesgisd a desire tlvut the Educa- tion Committee, shou'd prepare a scheme showing how the school premises couid be improved. He pointed out the iniriic, f this sugges- tion. It was suggested that the requirements of the Board of Education might be modified if the school were converted into a lower standard school. and the children of the higher standards were aoeomrnodated at the new school to be buiit at Pen-mae.nrhos. The managers promised to consider tliis suggestion. He discussed with the Parirfi Council the site provision all v acquired for a. new school from Mr David Morrie, at Pen- maonrhes, and another sit-c suggested by Mr J. V. Rivrjes. at O d Cdwyn, adjoining the pump- ing staitaon. The Pari-sfh Council unanimously aaejited the view that the site at Pen.maenrhos, c-n M.r David land, we,. much sutperior, and that t.he other tnde was u'Disuiitabl-e as re. garded (1) level, (2) sunallness of area, (3) lack of facilities for wu<ir^oiroTi't if neoes^jry at anv future time. (4) cost. The Parii-h Council fur- finer expressed the view that it would be diffi- cult to obtain a mormilaht.e. sabe than t.h.1.t offered by Mr David Morns. The arciiitccx was wiStructed to preparo plans' of the now school promiscu to be erected a.t Peinmaeniiioi-. includ- ing a. ccim-jj'ete teehr.iioal centre.
GYFFIN SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION. Tho Secretary rwportod having visited GvfIin Church cf England' School on tihe St.h September, when 80 children were acocxmmoda-ted in the mixed department, which is oniy certified fo'r 47. In a letter, Mr James Porter, the corresixmrlcnt C'-T'r of t'he rchico'i. expressed, the. opinion that the authority might hire an adjoining misdon room, which oc.iUid be used- for infants, th-erobv ksav- fuflRcieint accomfenoil^ition foi* the older sohol- (rS al the exiNbng school. Tihe i>ui din.g ComnKttee ocTic'ldered the mat- ter at great length, and in view of the fact tha.t. several enquiries held loc-a.ly at Gyffii? failed to c'jeit amy de-finile op-mon from the ■oaTcnts- ('.rid ratepayer,5, as to the -most suitaible centre for a, new Council school, it nesorvod that 5+e;)S be ta-kon to obtain a ^ujtabie rute at orr Groesfforod as be-ii-g ivi the Opinion of the (-,(.r. n mlttœ the m-c-st- Kiitc.'Kc and oc.r.fraii nositi^xi fcr a ochcol, it becng further rciolVed th.t the Board of Education be. informed ffeat the or-;r»mittee are convinced it would be useless to provide a schkiol ior lees than 150 as a considerabe n-umber of the parents and children already attending both Ilcinryd and Gyfiin had petitioned' the autho- rity to provide Council school accommodation. It was decaded t,,11t the North Carnarvon En- qmDry Ocfinmittee be instructed to enquire and re- port aa to a fiuitebb ;;ite.
LLANDUDNO HIGHER STANDARD SCHOOL. It was mportod that a conference had been held on the .ste of the proposed new hirrher --taiidard gchocl at Triri-i. -6trc Llandudno. Various arrangements rvelating to the exchange of ÐtT-e by the Territorial A.°.xx:iaition were des- cu-i&ed. and pu'&ject to oortaiin dietais to-be ar- ranged with the Mostyn Estate with regard to rcud-9 and the contribution to be made to Messrs Tlhonp with regard to boundarav wall-, etc.. it was understood tbalt there would be no difficulty in effecting the exchange. Mr John Owen and Mr Rm'iprh Fisher subsecjuently saw Messrs on behalf of tihe Education Conrnnttee, and they hcd intimated their willing Hers to a cer- tain ram in respect of the bofird'a.rv waEs, c.tc.. paiid for by them. Lord Mostyn areo oon- acaiting to accept 2, 6d per squ-a/re yard in ro- spcct c? htrid i'i back ixad to be clo?-?d up. After the matter hud been further explained by the Chairman, the terms offered, by Me-srs Thorp wwe ac,e,-od on cond-'rtiion th-at the Tcir- ritorial Asaociation make a contribution of E34 !2s towards, tlio botrndarv wiaS?s on the we t side, and tihiait the sites adjoining Messrs Thorp's pre- mises in 'Triniity-ritreet be d-ejinJtely adopted. A letter was from Mr Ralph Fidier re- y«i.in.g that a meeting of the managers of Llan- dudno Schools hsd been heM on Friday, the 16th September, for t.he consideration of the drtafi plans of the higher standard school build- ings prepared by the county architect. wheel they wo e approved with the rider that "an con- mpay wages at rates prevailing in the Llandudno Urban District." The plans ap- proved by the rmauagers were considered and de- finitely adopted.
BETTWSYOOED NEW SCHOOL. The Secretary reported that the sketch plans cif the row scheol 'bui'klings proposed to be erec- ted at Bettws-yooed to provide aocoaiiimr.datio.n for 170, with a combined cookery and laundrv omtre, had been forwarded to Mr R. Parry, the County Council representative for the district, who convened aof the managers of tho two scihool; to consider the matter. The mam- aigois felt that, the accommodation pi-ovided is made to fit too v to present, requircsmenivs, and tho-t racat much provision wap made for a ix»:ib'o increase in porjulation. Witii the CX- oepfcio-n of the- c.bx>-rvat:on on this point and cyne or two at heir points crf detail, the plans were generally aiiproved. It W-3Ai reported that the number cm books for the last echooi year at the two ;chools at Battwsycood was 137. with an average attend- ance of 127, and it was iccolvcd tliat in view of thi; faiet the plans as pre-pared be approved and forwarded to tihe Board cf Education.
THE NEW COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS. PO:NTS FROM THE SCHEME. A copy of the draft revised Denbighshire in- termediate and technical education scheme is now to hand, and the following points from the volume will bo of interest to those concerned m the secondary education at Colwyn Bay and A Liez-gele. The scheme provides for the division of the existing Colwyn Bay and Abergek; School dis- trict into two districts, one for Abergele and the other for Colwyn Bay. The Abergele dis- trict will include Abergele urban district, with a population of 2083, and an assessable value of EIO,142 10s; Abergele rural district, population 1067, assessable value 216,104; Bettws-yn-Rhos, 655 and -129ib; Llanddubs, 707 and £ 3099: Llan- fairtalhaiarn, 954 and £ 4033 10s; and St. George, 2§4 and £ 1844 10s. The Colwyn Bay district will comprise: Llan- drillo-yn-Rhcs, population 7153, assessable value £ 73,059 10s: Llanelian-yn-Rhos, 388 and £ 2024 10»; and Eirias, 1531 and £ 11,779. Tho total population in the Abergele district is given as 5740 and total assessable value, E38199 10s. The Colwyn Bay totals are S077 and M,863 respectively. It will therefore be seen that the population in each case is based on the census of 190.1. The population of the Colwyn Bay district at present is well over 15,000. Under the heading "Pension Fund," the scheme pro-ides that "the County Council, if they think fit, may out of such portion of the income of the general fund as hereinbefore dire, t.cd, form afund for headmasters and assistant masters in the county schools, or they may contribute, in common with any other county in Wales, to a Joint Pension Fund for headmasters and assistant masters of county schools, provided that any such fund shall be contributed to under regulations approved in writing by the Board of Education." With reference to a county school headmaster's qualifications it provides that "the headmaster of the school shall have taken a degree in the United Kingdom. The headmistress shall have taken a degree in the United Kingdom or passed examinations at Oxford rw Cambridge which, if those universities gave the title of degree to women, would have entitled them to a B.^i. de- gree." "The stipend of a headmaster shall be fixed by the school governors, but the stipend of a headmaster hereafter appointed shall not be less than C300 or more than £600 yearly. The stipend of a headmistress shall not be less than C250 or more than E-500. Capitation fees shall not be paid to any headmaster or headmistress hereafter appointed. "The County Council shall have power to dif- ferentiate from time to time the course of in- struction in any of the schools so as to give spec-
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Ai> £ ,RGELE COUNTY SCHOOL. "The Abergele County School shall be a school with a definite rural and agricultural bias, and shall provide a course of instruction specially suited to meet the needs of rural districts, and the following special provisions shall apply thereto :— "(a) The course of instruction shall include English, Welsh, French (or German), mathema- tics, history, geography, drawing, nature study, science, physical training, handicraft, and domes- tie sciene "(b) The County Council shall have power to provide out of the general fund scholarships or exhibitions tenable at Abergele County School for pupils from other parts of the county desir- ing to specialise in rural and agricultural educa- tion. "(c) The County Council may cooperate with the Councils of neighbouring counties in making the Abergele County School a centre of rural and agricultural education for such counties. "(d) Nothing in this clause shall affect pre- judicially the status or emoluments of the present headmaster of the Abergele County School." It was upon the first paragraph under this heading that the County Council deliberated at such length on Monday.
GRANTS. The fourth schedule provid-s annual grants from the general fund to the several county schools as follows: Abergele (dual school), £ 4^0. Colwyn Bay (dual), £ 600; Denoigh (boys), £ 520, Llangollen (dual), £ 630: Lianrwst (dual), £ 620: Ruabon (dual), £ 650; Ruthin (girls). £ 520 rex- ham (boys' and girls' schools), £1500.
THE CHURCH CONGRESS. MEETINGS THIS WEEK AT CAMBRIDGE. The Church Congress opened on Tuesday at Cambridge. Ln the morning' there were p-crvices in L.y -h'n Cathedral, the Archbishop oi York preaching- the sermon, and in St. Mary's, Cambridge, where the Bishop of Winchester preached. The President (the Bishop of Ely) delivered his opening address in the torn Exclia-ng1? 1 n the afternoon, and in the evening there w,e meetings at which papers were Tead on Rc- ligious Education" end "The Apocalyptic Element in Our Lord's Teaching1.
GOLF. PRESTATYN CLUB. A mixed foursome march was played on the above club's links on Tuesday in glorious wea- thor. Scores — PRESTATYN. Miss N. Selkirk and Mr R. Morreli (9 and 8) 1 Miss J. Selkirk and Mr Ll. B. Evans 0 Mirs T. B. Griffith and, Mr T.' Jones j Miss G. Selkirk and Mr Thornton (2 and 1) 1 Miss D. Mintoil and Mr Griffith (3 and 1) 1 Msss N. Griffith andt Mr Gasquoine (4 and 3) 1 Total 4 OLD COLWYN. Dr. Deeming and Miss Peake 0 Miss Da vies and Rev H. E. Mocatta(3 and 2) 1 Miss Wood anl, Mr P. H. Walker g M.ss Pryco Jones andi Dr. Davi'^s 0 Miss Ashorofr, and Mr H. Ash worth. 0 Miss Beverley and Mr S. Pendlebury 0 Total 1 £ The results of the semi-final for the "first captain's <?up were as foliow:-G. T. Luiinail beat R. Morreli; F. H. Thompson beat. 1.,1. B. Evaras. The final of 36 holes will lie played to-day (Thursday) between G. T. Lutmieli and F. X. Thoi.n.on.
&HtlJ., SSfelttrriages, attfc fieattr*. BIRTHS. HUNTER.—September 22, at Bronceris, Car- narvon, tho residence of her father, the wife of Dr. C. Buchanan Hunter, Gold Coast, West Africa, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. SCHVAPPES-WILLIAAiS. At Ail Saint/ Church. Manneal, by the Rev. J. Elliot, Hugh, second son of Mrs F. Sohvappes, 69. Berkley -1 tieet, Liverpool, to Winifred (Nurse Winnie Williams, Erskine-stroet Nur.se>' Institution), youngest daughter of Mrs T. Williams, Bryn Cocii, Flint. OOPPOCK—DENNIS.—On be 24th inst., at St. John's Church, Barmouth, by the Rev. R. Idoyd Roberts, rector, c'h.a.re1 Ed'ward, eldclr son of the kite Joseph Stoytp Coppock, of Ashton-on-Mori ey, to Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of Air and Mrs H. A. Dennis, GoCn cairn, Barmouth. HUGHES—MILNER.—September 24th. at St. Jamc'/s, New Brighton, by the Rev. E. Milner Swift, cousin of the bride, Francis E £ >'a:d, son of William Hughes, of Li-an- golJen, to Ka.tc. youngest daughter of W. O. Milner, of New Brighton. HUGHES—THOMSON.— September 26, at St. Seiriol's Church. Holyhead, Willi.am John Hughes, chief officer R.M.S. "Cormaughr." to Dora, daughter of Captain John Thom- son, Royal Mail Steamers. JONES—STONELY.—September 27th, at the Parish Church, Wrexham. Mn.y Cotgreave, second daughter of Mr John Stonely, Bel- grave Villa. Wrexham, to tJharles Herbert Jones, second son of the late Robert Kent Jones, of: Birkenhead, and 1xs Kent Jones, Beri.11 an I road, W rexh am. PATERSON-MORGAN—DRONSFIELD. On Septi-mber 22nd, 1910, at St. John's, Sandi- way, by the Rev. J. C. Patorson-Morgan (brother of the bridegroom), R. J. B. Pater- son-Morgan, rector of Bangor-on-Dee, to Agnes W. Dronsfiekl, only daughter of Wil- liam Dronsfield, J.P., of Oldham and Sandi- wav Lodge. DEATHS. WATTS.—At Catref Mefcw, Llysfaen, on the 23rd September, Willie, eldest son of Sarah Croft. and William T. Watts, after great suffering. LlX)YD-JONES.—September 25th, at Penrallt Villas, Bangor, Annc. Ellen, the beloved wife of W. Lloyd-Jones.
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TTLE. LIVERPOOL, Morukty.—The supply of cattle iw about the sariie, and of sheep aod lambs oomideraWy less than on Monday last. Prime cattle Eiei an hnprvved de«j^->d. and had a r for -,Tus class. Rough sorts, however, met a oad trade and wer<' considerably lower in value. Shc^p arid lamta of nk"; quali- ty shared aa tt., 1'1¡'-() vêd dwnnud. Rough lambs and' ewes still low in va-ue and hard to sell. Prices:—Bo?f. 7d to 4jd mutton, 7^d to 5d lanib, 8d to 7cl per ib. At mariret :—969 cattle and 3496 rJwp arnd iaonbs. Sll%IYORD. 'I "j,c-ta-v. -A t 'tmidp!: 179 cattle. 10,718 s'keep zi.Tkd Iambs. 114 calves. Quotations: Cattle d to Yd per lb.. 5d to 8d, lambs 7d to 3A All round trade rather dull. The price oi calves rather lower than last week. BIRMINGHAM. Tuesday.—Or j. a few beasts offering, and a ,w":r demanif. bPst H«nefowis sell- ing at 7-d per ib, shortiiorins 6N to 7d, bulls and cows 5d to Wetl -e- sheep were dif;lpcl of at 7W to oct. --cl-, Jb., ev\« and razns 5d to 5jd, and lambs 7 d: ad. Pigs fairly plentiful and business steady. haooas niakmg 12s, cutwm 12s 2/d to 12s 5d, perket.s 12s 6d, and sows lis per score. MOLD, Wcxkiesday.— Small attendance of buyers. Heavy supplies of beef, and prices àe- cidedly in favour of buyers, making up to 7d per lb. Pigs a big show, making last weok's figures. Slieep and lamhs a big entry, but lower in value. Dairy end store stocks met a fair in- quiry, but calves were qui,?t.
CORN. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday. -W'q,ziat mket clos- ing, slow trade, concluded at Friday's rates to d cental decline. Flour, rather more doing, prices unchaned, Maize in quiet demand; mixed American, 5s 3d to 5s 3jd; Servian, 5s ld to 5s 2d; Plata, 4s 6d 10 4s 7d per cental. Beans peas, oats, and barlev steady, undhaingxxl.
BUTTER CORK, Wednesday.— Good supply fair de- mand steady prices. Firsts 97. ndf- 94s, thirds, 92,s. Mild cured: Superfine 100s. Fresh butter 93s to 92s.
ITAY AND STRAW. MANCHESTER, Monday.—Hay 5d to 5d, clover b;i to 7d; st-raw, wheat 2d to 3gd, ditto oat 2N to 3d per stone,
WOOL. BRADFORD, Mondiiy.— A material advaaios is expecited, but sniaiiers are for the rDúSt part veil supplied, and are not disposed to autkilpate it, by buying here. Good 60's merinos are quoted at 29d to 29bd and 40's croesbrc'ds at lSd, although it is still possible to buy a pacsabie top at a farth.ng less.
BANGOR MARKET. MEAl. rsUliLli, and EGGS. Fresli butter, Is 2d per ib. eggs, 9 to 10 for Is: Irish, Danish, and Canadian butters, lid to Is 3d per ib. beef, 7d to lad per ib. mutton, d 7d to 11 per lb.; pork, 8d to lid per lb.; veal, 9d to lid per lb.; pork, Sd to lOd per lb.; haw, g1 to is 2d per ;b.; bacon, yd to Is per ib. fat pigs, 4:td to 5d per lb. FISH. PO L L 1 t AMI GAME.—Chickens, 4s (id to 56 6d per eoup.e; fowls, Is 9d to 2s 3d eacn hares, to 3s 6d each; rabbits, 6d to &d each; pigeons, Is 4.d per brace; part- ridges, 5s per braoe; smoked salmon, Is 6d per ih.; soles, Is to Is 4d per lb.; turbot, Is 2d per lb. brill, Is per ib. halibut, Pd per lemon soles, 9d per lb.; plaice, 4 i to Gd per lb.; whiting, 4d to 6d per lb., dabs, 4d per I't). gurnets, 44 per -lb, ha.k.e, 44 per Ib.; skate, 4d per lb. cod, 4d to 6d per ib.; haddocks, 5d per lb.; lobsters, Is 2d each; crabs, 3d to Is eech: white bait, Gd per pint prawns, Is per lb. shrimps. Gd per pint. CARNARVON, SATURDAY .—Fresh butter, Is 2d pe-r lb. c-ggs, 12 for Is; fowli, 5s to be 6o per oouple; ducic«, 3s to 3s 3d ecch beef, 16 to 9d per lb. mutts, n. 7d' to 9d jver li). lamb, 8d to lOd per lb. pot^t<ie,s, 2s 3d to 3s I"CII" 112 lbs. Bacca pi" 4 ¡J to 4gd per lb; sows, old per i-b. porkets, 22s toO 26s per head geebe, 6f bd to 7s each. LLANGEFNI, Thursday.— Putter, Is Id per lb.; eggs, 11 for Is; beef, 7d to 9d per ib. mutton, od to lOci: iamb. Sd to lOd; veai. -1-d to 9d; pork. lOd; fat, p gs, 5d per lb; little pigs. 20s to 27s each fowls, Is 6d to Is lOd each; duc^s, 2s to 2s óà each oats (new), 14s to 14s ba per quarter. PWLLHELI. Wednesday.—Butter, lõ; eggs. 8s 6d per liü; ducks, 4«? 6d to 5s per coupje; fowls, 2s 4d to 2s lOd per couple chickens, 4-s od IK.r ooufplt- geese. 5j 6d to 66 each L>eef, 7d to Itkl per lb. pork, 7d to lOd mutton, &d to 9d; iK>rkot.s, 22s to 27e; fit pigs, 5d to 5 £ d per ib., wooi, 9d to lid.
TALYCAFN MART. Meesrs Robert and Ragon's Jones held their periodical sale at the above mart on Monday, whon all exceptioncily large stocic was cleared. Anxmg&ù tlie oealers prej»sit were several from Worester, Wi-gan. Walsall, Birmingham, Shef- field, and Warwick. The bidding was very brisk a«d the auctioneers went through their work with dispatch. 650 fat wet.hers were sold at prices raag lig up to 32s a.nd ewes 329 bet e¡}d¡.,lOOO fat, crc*K-bied iarnbe up to 27s 3d 100 store ewes up to 24s: 7C fat bullocks up to JE22; heif ers, £ 16; cows, £ 19: 12 calving cows and heifers. C19 15s; 40 store cattle £9 17s 6d; fat pigs, B2 15s and calvee JB4 10s.
Some four hundred houses are now being erect.ed at. Seialand, where a garden suburb is being opened up ior the benefit of the workmen of Oonnah's Quay and Shot-ton. The work ia being und-ertakem by the Sealand Tenants, LtcL, a company with 4 capital of £ 80,000.
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