NORTH WALES COAST FOOTBALL LEAGUE. REFEREES APPOINTED. "A meeting- of tho North Wales Coast. Football League Oouimitfcoe vias held a-tiho rotation 3otel, Llandudno Junction, on Monday even- ing, \]K'n Mr 11. D. Richards, Bangor, pro- ded. There were' also present: Messrs P. ,eekc-f,. Holyhead; A. Duwiies, Golwyn Bay lts; T. E. Purdy, Colwyn Bay; J. O. Darioe, ■Colwyn Bay; 11. J. Williams, Llandudno; L. >1. Anderson, Bangor; David E. Roberts Llan- iudtio Juncton; T. Goodman Jones, Blaenau 'estiniog; H. 0. Hitch-jogs, Carnarvon; J. G. Cta.vies, Llanberis; W. J. Jones. Llainlleohid, Iud the Secretary (Mr E. IJoyd I Villiams, Ban- ror). Arising out of the minutes, the Secretary re- ported that he had received an apology from the ■jlanrwst Secretary (Mr N. R. Jones) with ro tl.rds to tonic words used by a Llaalrwst reprc- f«sntative at a League meeting without the oon- "'llt of the committee, bear.rig upon the. Llan- v. Bang-or fixture The Secretary's action in securing a Bangor îelTe (Mr C. J. Thomas) to referee in a U?affue match, Bangor v. Llanrwst, as jio other •"erce had been able to take the match, was approved. PWLLHELI'S RETURN WELCOMED. The Secretary also reported that ho had re- vived a communication to the effect that tho I'v.'liheli Club could succeed in re-arranging their trsL fixture with Carnarvon, they would 00 able fJ continue their membership of the League ihsar, hear). The Chairman We are all glad to xo Pwllheli In harness once more. The Chairman complimented the Secretary plr Lloyd Williams) upon getting the League handbook cut so eariy. It was unknown be- fore in the annals of North Wales League football to have the handbooks out before the icotball reason commiBoed. Usually they did not apj>ear until tho middle of Oct-obf. APPOINTMENT OF REFEREES. The following were appointed referees at the respective matches: DIVISION I. OCTOBER let. Colwyai Bay United v. Carnarvon United—Mr *• H. Vincent. I'lartberis United v. Bangicr Reserve—Mr W. "• Welch. Ltajidlmdiuo Amateurs v. Holyhead Swifts—Mr D. Richards. nLlurwst v. Blaenau Fest.iniog-—Mr E. J. B. .I: a.tee. OCTOBER 15th. Blaemui Festiniog v. Llandudno Amateurs1— W. Griffiths. Carnarvon United, v. Lfcundudno Junction:—Mr '• IX Richards. Jjlanberis United v. Pwllheli—Mr E. Lloyd plains. University College v. Bangor Resone-Mr A. Slater. OCTOBER 29th. P Carnarvon United v. Blaenau Festiniog—Mr Lloydf Williams. Holyhead Swifts v. Bangor Reserve—Mr E. B. Yates. Llandudno Amateurs v. Oolwyn Bay United- Mr T. Jones. & Pwllheli v. University College—Mr H. R. ^ardk DIVISION II. OCTOBER 1st. Glasinfrvn Swifts v. Bangor Juniors—Mr J. Turkey. j. ■L:ai:idudno Junction Res. v. Colwyn Bay °^ts— Mr R. Hersee. Llocmd Swifta v. Llandudno Reserve—Mr C. '• Thomas. OCTOBER 8th. Llanfairfedhan v. Uechidi Swifts—Mr E. •Wd. Williams. Menai Bridge v. Giasinfryu Swifts—Mr G. R. ,l S'haw. Penniaenmawr v..Llandudno Junction Res.— '^r J. H. Vincent. OCTOBER 15th. Co] y.-vin Bay Celts v. Llanfairieehan—Mr E. T. Williams. Llandudno Reserve v. Holyhead Reserve—Mr 'J. J. Thomas. Llacidudno Junction Reserve v. Menai Bridge -Mr W. R. Welch. Penmaenniawr v. Bangor Juniors—Mr G. R 0. Shaw. OCTOBER 2. Bangor Juniors v. Holyhead Reserve—Mr W. Welch. Colwyn Bay Celts v. Llandudno Reserve—Mr N'V. Griffiths. Uaafairfechaoi v. Llandudno Junction Reserve -Air C. J. Thomas. Lledhid Swifts v. Glasinfryn Swifts Mr R. D. Mdhards. Mtenai BrUlge v. P'snmaenmawr—Mr J. larkey. FINANCES. i Tiie Treadiurer of tho Loajrue, Mr T. E. Purdy, \]'>vyn Bay, reported that the credit balance at i"- bank on the current account up to date was 19s 6d (hear, hear). SIGNED PLAYERS. Tho gwretwry also announced, through the a4 that the number of registered players d to the League at the pxese-nt day was H4 whicli was declared to be highly satisfactory. REFEREE AND LATE STARTS. Air W. GrifFittm, Glan Conway, who rofereed match, Llanberis v. Blaena-u Ftestiniog, re- ported that the Llanberis goalkeeper had left Sie field twelve mnnutea before the end of the rarft without oouJtÍng the reieree. A njember of the Lca.gue Oommitteo Btated fhat it ha-d oome to has knowledge that there had Llso bp-cm a late start in this ca&o, but no men- lon of the fact w&s made in the xeiferee's re- H>rt t It was decided that a letter be sent to Mr lirifiiths, asking him why no mention of the late '.art had been made in hi" report. THE 50 MILE RADIUS. Mr J. 0. Davies (Cohvyn Bay) put the follow- ing question to the gommittee: If a player a form for team X, but works at a ptaJoe fAicth is more than 30 jjiiLee away from X, is he to eligible man, say his home is not more than k 100 yards away from the ground of the X arn? Mr Anderson, Bangor, replied that the Welsh Association oontend-ed that the ijnan must spend 0.t lea.3It one night a weeik at hom-e during the footbai'l seiason. Mr Davies: Throllg11 you, Mr Chairman, may I put the following quest ion to Mr Weekca; D< w. T. Jones, Holyhead, come home every eek ? Mr Weekes (Holyhead): Yes, he docs. He has returned home every week-end since he has teen working at Cohvyn Bay. Mr Davies said he accepted the word of Mr Weekes, but added that the Colwyn Bay Club had been told be did not. Mr W-coke3 added that he himself had seen \V. T. Jones every week during the past month. ONE TEAM ONE GROUND. Mr J. O. Davies referred to the Bangor Uni- versity ground, and 6R.,w. he understood thaA the Univejcity played some of their matches om their own ground at Ffriddoed'd, and others on the BangorNtown ground. This, he pointed out, was not fair, and there wa4s a vast difference between the two grounds Ths one was sheltered, aftd the other was windy. The Chairman explained that this was done Z49 a meane of enguriBg a better "ate" for the University t>c-am, whose finaiioes were trather low. In reply to Mr J. 0. Davies. Mr Anderson CBa,ygor) said that there would pl'OlwIobdy be BOfne apjrficationa from the University team to the Bangox club for the use of their ground this reason. It was decided that all the matches must bo played on the tame gromnd, and that the Bac- rror clb be asked to refuse any appjiicationis from the University club for the use of their ground for Ijeagne rnate-hcia. It was further decided to ball attention to the fact tihat the Colwyn Bay dhib'e ground -was rraore than three-quarters of a mile from the Colwyn Bay Railway Station, by road, but that -that is the correct distance aloaig the Promenade.
PWLLHELI FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING: DEFICIT OF £ 30. There was a crowded attendance at a general meeting of the Town Football dub last Friday evortfhg, at Bodavren Temperance Hot*]. Mr E. Watkin, tihe retiring chairman, presided. The Secretary (Mr D. John Jones) read a statement of accounts for the year, which showed; a deficit of ±150. This was attributed to the exceptional wet weather experieoeed last setoon. Mr D. John Jones declined re-eleotjon as secretary owing1 to pressure of business, though heitp was promised him. Mr L. A. Was appointed; "with Mr R. Griffith as assistant secre- tairj, and Mr F. E. Young was elected treasurer. The following were elected the oommitfceeThe officers with Messrs Wilkinson (chairman), D. John Jones, E. P. Jones, D. Hardcagtle, Fosao, J. Rowlands, Jack Morris, J, J. Edwards, + mas, Shop Gooh; Tils ley, Rees Davies, James Ellis, J Oil all Williams, T. Owen, W. M. Tole- mann and Tommy Williams. Committee of Selection :—Messrs D. John Jones, E. P. Jones, James Ellis and the officers. It was reoolvedi to enter the following Leagues:—The North Wales Coast League; Coast, Senior and Junior Cup, and Welsh Amateur Cup Competitions. Trie accounts were audited by Mr John E!l!is, the borough accountant, to whom a vote of thanks was IH1.ssed. Sir Hejrbert Ellis, K.C.B., has accepted the presidency of the Club. Praotloo will begim. on Saturday when a game will be played between two teams formed from club members, Mr D. John Jones being the referee,
GOL f. RHOS-ON-SEA CLUB. A mixed four.-ome med-al competition was played on the a;bove club's links on Saturday, with the folowing rc--uhs:- Miss Ellis and Mr Wilson- Jones (1st pj-ize) 97 19-78 Mrs Bytlie.ll and Mr Bythell (2nd prize) 1. 93 11-82 Mrs A. Shaw and Mr Eaton 100 13-87 Mrs Water ho use and Mr Water- housa 101 14-87 Miss Jones and Mr Blyth 107 18—89 Mrs Cort.hou.3 and Mr Corthour; ••• 103 14-89 Miss Davies and Mr Parry 108 17-91 Miss Everard and Mr Goldsmith 115 21-94 TREFRIW CLUB. A ladies' competitioni was held on the Trefriw links on Saturday, when the following were tho principal returns:- Mks Gladys Fowler 105 25-80 ics Gladys Price 106 25—81. Miss M. Wright 115 34-81 Miss D. P-rioe 104 1
THE PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENT. NORTH WALES PLAYERS IN THE FINAL At the offices of the Professional Golfers' Asso- ciation at Old! Jewry, on Mon-day evening, the draw was made for the final stages of the pro- fessional tournament for £ 240 and gold, silver, an-d bronze medals, which is to take place at Siunningtdalo on October 4, 5, and 6. Amongst the thirty-two playea-s who have quali4i are A. Mathews (Rhyl) and S. Whiting (Criocieth).
COLWYN BAY CLUB. The lai-t of the soemmer monthly mixed four- somes was played on Saturday for prizes presented by the Captain (Mr C. H. Harding). The weatiher was perfect, and the ocunse was in fine condition. Nearly 20 cards were taken out, Mrs M. Venables WiEiams and Mr G. IYATICT return- ing- the ber>t with the gcodJ soore of 101, 20, 81. After the compefition. the members were enter- tained to tea by Mr Charles Reyaakfe, of Netherton. Scores:- G. H. N. Mrs M. Venablcts Wi'fliama and G. D'Arcy 101 20 81 1 Miss D. Wood and 'D. M. Peacock 98 14 83 Mifs G. Dickon and R. Westmaoott 107 20 87 Miss M. Lee Greig and P. N. G. Holmes 102 14 88 Mies: W. Pryoo Jones and A. M. Ferguson 109 21 88 Miss M- Morris and J. Manuel 108 18 90 MLas B. Hall and H. K. Shaw 110 20 90 Miss Best and W. B. Lucar, 114 23 91 Miss E. Maddock and A. A. Sanson 117 26 91 Miss G. Humphrey Jones and Dr. Williams 117 23 94 Miss D. Parry Evans and C. Reynolds (Netherton) 118 24 94 Miss V. Jones and T. P. Shaw 121 23 98 Miss H. Phillips and T. Davies 121 22-,L 98! Mies S. Parry Evani; and C. Reynolds (Parr's Bank). 122 23 99
BOWLS. THE INTER-COUNTY MATCH AT MOLD. DENBIGHSHIRE DEFEAT FLINTSHIRE. COUNTIES' ASSOCIATION TO BE FORMED (Special to "The Pioneer.") Tho gtumo of bowls has "caught on" in North Wales diuring the past few years in a surprising maimer, writes a special correspondent. It is not many years ago the clubs ocmJd. be number- ed on the fingers of one hand, and those clubs were of a somewhat exclusive character,, being seldom heard of outside their own town. The Royal Denbigh Club, which has a. fine green at the Castle, lis one1 of the oldest in the kingdom, as shown by the minuto books which go back to the year 1555. The other ohiba are of modern growth, and in no part of the northern portioa of the Principality has the ancient game ob- tained1 a firmer hold than in the Coast towns. This is a step tin the right direction, and is re- sponsible for bringing a large number of Lan- caahire visitors to the coast, a&, it is well-kmown that "the lads from Lancashire," be they middle- aged; or gTey bearded, dearly love a turn with the woods. The club which was formed in Rhyl øome Cs ago has grown in an amazing- manner, and ^riven a very good aocoumt of itself both against Lancashire and Midland teams, as well as in the friendly matchog with the other North Wales d1.ÙJ6. However, it was left to a few of the Ruthin Royal Denbigh and Colwyn Bay bowlers to move in the direction of arranging intecr-oounty matohcs between the clubs of Flint- shire and Denbighshire. The suggestion was quickly acted upon, and the result has been that two Úll and pleasant matches -have been played between toaam drawn from the leading clubs of the two counties. Mr D. H. Roberts, otf the Royal Denbigh Club, aCbed as Jrcxn- secre- tary and he did his work well. The first matoh was rigiltly, decided on the green of the RoyaJ Denbigh Club on the 8th inst., when Flintshire, after a fine display of bowling (particularly so in the doubles) were victorious by 3 points. Tho result was so dose that the return match was eagerly looked forward to, and so yesterday week am enthusiastic company of bowlers from the two oouiatics might have been seen, wending their way MoldwarcL as it was on the green of the Bailer Hill Club that Denbighshire hoped to and! did, secure its revenge. The teams were not quite the same as did service on the pre- vious occasion, some of the players finding it convenient to attend at Mold, while others, with a fine sporting" spirit, gave way to mem- bers of their clubs who, they thought, might win laurels for their county. A few of the more enthusiastic bowlers were to be seen in Mold as early aa 9 o'clock, and they lost no time in gotteng the run of the green, but spine of the scores which followed do not appear to hare justified this early fising-, as the later comers did equally as well, if not batter. But this in passing. The arrangements so far as the Moldl meeting wore concerned were in the oapable honicfo of Mr M. B. Thompson, oaptain of the Flintshire team, and right well did he act. The officials at Denbigh were camp lime n bed on their work, but the Mold captain did so well that the m,e,&tiing on Thursday will be remembered by all who took part in it as a thoroughly happy day. There was an air of the true sporting spirit- abroad, amd th9 rival teams joined most heartily in all that was done. There was not the small- est diet-ail which appeared to hare been forgot- ten, excepting perhaps that on the green there were a number of fallen loaves which provided the means for excellent excuses when some of the players failed to got as close to the jack as they wanted to. Mr Thompson is pardoned for this oversight, and it wae the only jarring note of the day. A DAY OF ENJOYMENT. The sun shone brightly, the green was in nice condition, a band discoursed sweet music during the day, the luncheon at the Dolphin Hotel was capitally 5ICTved while the ladies (under the direo&otn. of Mrs Thompson and Mrs Lout) were most kind and oonsidieraite, serving tea as only ladies can do. The a.1 fresoo entertainments were thoroughly enjoyed, and the other com- forts thoughtfully provided by Mr Thompson, left nothing- to bo desired. The secretarial ax- raifcgesaeraitB were carried out by Mr W, P. EcB- wardls, who ably performed his allotted task, and f:#o.t the greem. well ooonpied. There were three 3 iojtd going from shortly after 11 o'clock until about 5.15. Everything was well thought out and, those who were responsible for the arrafngo- ments are to be congratulated on their com- pleteneas. Mir M. B. Thompson captained the Flintshire team, wMe Mr W. G. Hodgson, of Ruthin, did like service for the Denbighshire teaa» £ Mr T. dowley„ who had done so much for the Rhyl Club, was official measurer with Mr D. H. Ko tartar of the Royal Denbigh, azad jjbeir secrvioea J ■ ft > • v were often in requisition. It was to be regret- ted that Mr Clevvley was not included in the Flintshire team, as he is a good all-round! bowl- er, and haa in the past given a very fine account of hamself. The result of the matches were as follows: FLINTSHIRE. DENBIGHSHIRE. S. D. S. D. H. Horrocks J.Simon/Moild S.) 10 (Wrexham) 15 H. Evans (CoJ- W. Meredith (do.) 14 7 wyn Bay) 15 15 J. Doodso-n (Colr F. PobertA(Rhyl) 13 wyn Bay) 15 D. Hughes (Mold W. Hodg-kins B.G.) 15 J.0 (Oolwyn Bay) 5 15 M. B. Thompson J. E. Roberts (Mold S.) oapt. 15 (Rutibin) 10 W. G. Hodgson J. Wolton (do.) 8 U (Ruthin) capt. 15 15 F C!besterS(Buck- T. Battm (Den- ley) 14 big-h R.) 15 G. E. Grattom H Fordein. (Ruth- (Rhyl) 15 15 in) 5 10
INTBB-COUNTY BOWLING MATCH. DENBIGHSHIRE TEAAC, Photojrraj^ I FLINTSHIRE TEAM. "Pioneer" Photograph. 1
$ —- COUFMTY ASSOCIATIONS TO BE FORMED IN FLINT AND DENBIGH. FolWriK the i.rter-o<wirty bowling matches between Denbighshire and Flintshire steps are bsin^ t-aiken to form a bowling aviation for each county. _At a nieetiii? of tihe refpr-rsen-Uitivcs of the Deribighahu^e^cmbs, Mr D. H. Roberts, of the Royal Denbigh Club, war, asked io oot as hono- ra.ry secretory, and to write to al the ekibe in the oounty with a view to the callia»- of a meet- ing at an early date. In Pfistsiiire it hasbcen decided to form a county bowling asockition, and Mr M B Thompson, Mold, has been appointed ohai'nnan county bowling asockition, and Mr M. B. Thompson, Mold, has been appointed ohai'nnan pro* tem., with Mr W. P. Ed^vards, Mold, &b honorary secretary. A meetin.fr of two dcie^Ates from eaefti club will be held at Mold on October 6th, when an executive will be elected.
:Viol-ot Ford, a scholar at an Haalemere ele- meritary school, ha.<? »«ev?r been absent or late Bimce she. etttered the school in September 1901. "If everybody acted wisely the eountv' ootirt would have very little to do," said; Judge. Edge at Glerkecwell County Court on Tuesday. r ,<
"GRAND OLD SPORTSMAN OF THE DEE." By the death of Mr F. Page, Abercreggan Hail, LLangoHen, on Monday, passed away one of the most popular sports-men in North Wales, He Was out with the gUn3 on CarrOg Moors on Monday week last, and secured a big- bag, for cteapite his advanced ago he was a dead shot. De- ceased, who retired after 40 y servioe with the National Provincial Bank, at Wrexham and elsewhere, was a noted aaigier, and held the record for salmon rod fishing in Llaagfolfen waters. He was known locally as the Grand Old Sportsman of the Dee.
At Wrexham, on Tuesday, Mr E. A. Sand- ford Fawoett held an inquiry, on behalf of the Local Government Board, with referenoa to an application by the Town Council for sanction to borrow £ 800 for the purpose of improving the vegetable market amdi £ 2000 for laying out tbe new park in Bradley-road.
1 LLANRWST PETTY SESSIONS. SCOTLAND-STREET WOMEN FIGHT: SINGULAR EVIDENCE. DOMESTIC UNHAPTINESS AT FEUNYCOED. These seesKxns were held on Monday, before Col. Sandbach (presiding), Messrs O Isgoed Jones, and W. B. HafliedL A PROLIFIC FAMILY. Mr R. E. Thomas, rate collector, asked that Qie rates of a small farmer residing at Nant-y- Rhiw, bo excused. The Chairman: How many children has be? Mr Thomas: It is very difficult to tell; they are so numerous (laughter). It subsequently transpired that he had fifteen cnaktren. The application was granted. FURTHER EVIDENCE REQUIRED. Mr Thomas Williams, School Attendance Offi- cer, summoned George Edwards, Narrow-stBtset for neglecting to send his children, to school a.rly. The Officer stated that the school had been open 88 times between July 14th and Septem- During that period the defendant's children s attendance had baan as follows:— J (13), 41 times; Rosina (12), 54; and Sarah (7), 47. The Defendant said that his wife had been away to a relative's funeral, amd as he had to worIQ to secure a "scram" for the duldren dur- ing- thai period, he could not be at home to send them to school. The Bench adjourned the case to enable the officer to furnish further evidence relative to the children's attendance prior to the dates referred to. A HARD CASE. Mr O. Evans Jones, Relieving Officer, Llan- rwat Union, applied for a maintenance order agaanst Georg-e Williams, farm labourer, Brym- cynheulog, Liangerniew. llio Officer stated that the defendiaiit's mother had been chargeable to the common funh of the Union since April 27, 1909. The man. cam- ed 10s a week and his food. The Guardians applied for an order of 6d per week. The Def-andaiat stated that he recently got married. While he was angie he paid Is a week towards his mother's nmwvteaxmxe. Now how- ever, he could not keep it up. He only received 10s wages per week, and out of this he had to pay 2.I:iI a week instalment on his furniture 2s 3d for coal, and Is 6d for milk, which only left him 4a 6d to keep his family eeid pay the rent. He wu prepared to contribute 6d per weak from the beigtknning of January -when he would have finished paying for his furniture. The Benoh grafted an order agwnat the de- fendant for 6d per week to ootne into force on January 1st. An order for Is a week was granted against his brother, Albert Williams, 73, Bute-street, Manchester. A distress warrant was ordered to be issued ag3in.se. Price Owen, Bryn Sydbdu, Feiin Coed, for disobedience of a maintenance order. A MOTORISTS OFFENCE. Sydney W. Rotbeaiaai, Faliow Field. Manches- ter, was fined lOa and oosfcs for faiiiyw to pro- duce a motor licence for his aair whea called UJXM) to do so by P.C, Owen. ALLEGED DRUNKENNESS. James Riley, a navvy employed at the Eigian Lake Works, was chaffed in custody with b-9 drunk in Denbigh-street OIl Saturday night. The dmo having been in custody since Saturday 1 th6 <sM6 againsi him was dismessod on eocidifiort that be left the town forthwith ji-OO went to his work. POTTED HERRINGS LEAD TO A SCOT- LAND STREET SCENE. Mary Pierce, Sootlajid-sfcreet, summoned Eliza- beth Jones. 6, Powell-terraoe, Sootian<f-stre<et, for assault, while Eliabeth Jones issued a cross-summons against Mary Pierce, and also summoned Jane Jones, 37, Scotland-street, Ro- bert Davies, the father of the two women sum- moned, and also W. Jones* Sootiand-st-reet, for assault. Mary Pierce said that about 10 a.m. on Sun- day, Saptemiier 4th, she beard a noise and saw Elizabeth Jones by her (witness') sister's door quarrelling and challenging everyone to fight. She was then pome disfcanoe from her own resi- dence, but near witness house. She appeared anxious to fight either witness or her sister Jane, but neither accepted the challenge. Witness again saw her on the following day, while she (witness) was at her sister's house. She was marching up and down the street with hor clothes tucked up "challenging anyone to fight." The defoadaat's aster Kate then appeared on ( the scene, and both came up to witness' sister's door. Kate pushed the doer open with a stick, and the defendant howled for "Shany Fain" (witness' sister) to "go out and be pulverised." Witness went to the doer with the intention of dosing it, but defendant spat in her face, and said, "That is what I ibirik of you." She add- ed, "I have already paid £ 4 for beatag a woman, but I would not pay four half-pewnses for beatifig you." She eaij&asiscd the remark by pulling witness out of the doorway by her hair. Both fell en the pavement on the afeer side of the stree4 witraess batag the uppermost. Kates Joses (the defendant's eieter) arrived with a big stick, then, commesesd to hit inskwarim- ateJy, and as often strjick her own sister aa tiOO 8truok iktacer.. MUsabe& Jones was very drunk, and so was Kate. Witness did not see her own sffifeer (Jane Jones) in tbe street dur- ling the fracas. Witness' fatier (Robert Davies) remained in the homse with Alice Owen. Wit- ness had buried her hands in the defendant's hair, and was "puU for all she was worth'' TKitil John Roberts œme there an<i slappeit her hflniffc and forced her to relinquish her hold. The defendant, however, still retaaoed her bold af w hair and dragged Mr aMig the pave- ment by it. WiiIMIss acted on the defensive only, a&d inflicted no injusies upon the defend- ant, and if she was hurt at all it was through bar sister Kate hitis^ her with the stick in- stead of witneea C^QsB-OTa.ffn' ned by Mr Latimer Jones (for the- defendant): If -,be (witoess) had been before the court for aseauhsag people, Eiliaabeth Jones 90old easalv beat her record. She did not knew that t had a gaslh in her head as the result of fihe fight. After the row witness was bleeding from her nose and face, and she was jovesred with. She did not see her zistor Jaase rush out of her house and strike the defendhst with a brash. Site ksew SSoabeth Jones bad both' been to bed and out of it since the row. Witness and her relatives mig: have gained the reputatica of being the terrors of Scotland-street, but they did not deserve it (laugher). Jane Jones, 37, Sooiliind street, corroborated, and saad that Elizabeth Jooes had 'ac^ed and said that Elizabeth Jooes had "acted scandalous." The cause of the row was "potted herrings" (loud lafughter). A mam lodging with Eliza-beth Jones called at witness' xwuse, aad asked her what she meant by saying that Eliza- beth Jones fed him upon potted herrings. This bred trouble which terminated in the row. I Oross-egamired: Elizabeth Jones called wit- Doss "Sham Fain," an appellation witness ob- jected to. Alice Owen, Scotlaind-street, corroborated. Robert Davies, the complainant's father, sta- ted that neither W. Jones nor himself interfered during the fiiht. Cross-examined: Mary Pierce'# busbaad was locked up iStat day (hpaghter). Witness did not kick Elizabeth Jones while abe was on the ground. Jane Evans, Sootdand-stmet, said she witnessed the row, but she took no part in it. Elizabeth Jones deposed that on September 5th, she and her sister Kate were walking aiong ■She street when Mary Pierce cane up to them, clapping her hands in witness' face, challenging her to figtit. She tlien jumped at witness, scratched her face and prilled her hair, wlie her sistar "Shani Fain" raa up and strook wit- ness om the head with a handbrucb, eauamg her to fall, and rendering her uncommeous. She knew nothaap further until she oaime to hemou at her own home. It was untrue that) she (wit- ness) was drecnik, and bar sister •■> Kate was aa abstainer. Witness was subsequently medically treated by Dr. Hal, and as tbe result of the in- Vttries she had susktinci she was ootifined to her bed for thases days and to her house for 14 days. Croes-ewnaaied: Witness did not go out on Sunday. SeptenAar 4th, and oreat.ed no* disturb- ance. Mary Pierce and her relatives commenced the row. The II Plasterers" were the terrors of Sootkuad-street. Dr. Thompson Hill deposed that Elizabeth Jones called at has surgery between 5 and 6 p.m. on September 5th. On examining her he fou-id a eevero wound on the top of her head which must have rendered her unoanaeioius. I t was not caused by a fall as it was on the top of her head. She also suffered from several other in- juries. Catherine Anne Jones, Chapel-street, the pre- vious witness' eaeter, stated that Jame Jones rushed out of her house: and hit Elizabeth Jones an her head with a brush. Catherine Keneh, SootJand-street, said ehe saw Robert Davies and W. Jones kick Elizabeth Jones while she was on the ground. Elizabeth Williams, Powell-terrace, oorrobo- rated. John RobertB, 4, SootAand-street, said that be arrived on the spot late. He lifted Elizabeth Jones from the ground, but Jane Jones hit her again about three times, and tbem took a run- n.9 kick at her, catrihing her on the temple. P.O. J. Jones said he aaw Elizabeth Jones on the day in question; she was perfectly sober. Jane Jones was fined 10a and costs aind 10s 6d as doctor's fee. Mary Pierce and ElizabetSi Jones were fined Sa and costs, aiad the other parties implicated wore also botfnd over in the Bum of £ 5 to keep the peatoe for twelve months. Mr Twigge Elfis acted for Mary Pierce. DOMESTIC LTNHAPPINESS AT FELIN- Y-OQED. Sarah Jones, Tanyfron, Feim-y-Coed, sum- monedl her hUb Evan Jones, and her brother-in-law, Hugh Paxry, for assault. Hugh Paary cross-summoned Sarah Jones. Mr Twigge Ellis appeared for the complainant, and Mr R. 0. Davies for the defendant. Sarah Jones deposed that on September 20th her husbaod came home about 7.40 p.m. under the influence of drink, and said, "Would you like me to throw you out of the house?" Wit- ness told him to go to his sister's house and not a.buse her and the children. He then jumped at her and began to beat her about the back and bead. Her eon David ran out of the house. She at. last got away from her husband, and rushed for the door, and there found Hugh Parry, who caught hold of her and dragged her by her hair along the road. He then placed his knees cm her ohest and attempted to choke her. She got away. He tdlen got hold of her boy and knocked him about. She ran for a pail full of water and threw it over Hugh Parry and then ran to a neighbour for her life. Her husband left tOO following ihoraaing for Aber- gele with a. horse for his master. She had not been home since. She had shown Jane Owen the marks on her face and breast. Cross-exammed: She had not been quarrelling with Hugh Parry's sister that day, but she had exchanged a few words with her the previous day. Her hsusbatid had thrashed her ten months arioe on aocount of his Bister. They bad been married over 20 years. Gwiadys Oweta, Tanyfron, co-.robo,ated- David Jones, the oomylainarrt's son, said his father was in dirink at the twi, All the un- pleasantness was caused by Hugh Parry's wife, who was "a terrible woman and gave no one in the village peaoe. Jane, Owan, Tanyfron, spoke of the bruises on the t's back and chest Hacnafa Parry, wife of Hugh Parry, stated that she told her husband <m ay that, the complainant and Gwladvs Owen would not leave her alone, and he told her brother, Evan Jones, about it. She saw the oomplaij. :It throw water over her husband. It was not true that he caught hold of complainant by her hair and planed his bases on her chest. Croes-exatafeied: She was not on good terms with severai of her neighbours who were not respectable persons. Evan Jones, the compisisxaat'e husbamd, said be was not drunk 011 the night in question as he had only drunk about five glasses of beer at Llaorwat. Complaints had been made to him about his wife, and he told her about it, when she threatened hwen witli her fists. Neither he nor Hugh Parry hurt her. CTOWI-examikkod: His son had told a lie when be said he (witness) was drunk, and it was not the first time for him tot do so, Wkeia. has wife waved her fists rotmd his bead he "agueemed" ber a little. His sosi jumped at his tkroat, and he thrust him away. lie did not see Hugh Parry hit his (witness') asov; neither did he poll I the oomplaanant by the hair. Hugh Panry corroborated. The Bench said that the gvidesaed was &0 I contradictory that all the partias would be bound over in. the sum: of L5 to keep the peace for au. imwrtte. jj. li.- JM G
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G. Maofarlanei R. J. WilHams (Mold B.H.) 15 (Denbigh R.) 11 E. A. Wood M. Collins (Den- (Rhyl) 15 12 b-gh A.) 11 15 G. Bnocklehurst D. Owen (Rhyl). 6 Ruthin) 15 T. Beavans(Buck I D. C. H. Roberts ley.) 15 14 (Denbigh R-)- 11 15 T. Quest (Mold W. H-ughew- B.G.) 15 (Wrexham) 12 W. Catlow (Col- J. Aidney (Rhyl) 11 4 wyn Bay) 15 15 J. E. Johnson Dr. F. Jonea Myl) 4 (Denbigh A.) 15 Ikr IiUffibfMold S) 15 11 W. Parry (do.). 9 15 E. A. Barmett H. Isley (Wrex- (Mold B.H.). 10 ham) 15 R. W. Lloyd T. Foot (Buckley) 15 15 (Denbigh R.) 11 9 C. M. Humphreys W Gunner(Rhyl) 15 (Deaibigh A.) 13 E. Hugihee (Moldl T. Woodville B.H.) 10 9 (W^rexham) 15 15 Total .250 107 Total 24S 119 INTERESTING DETAILS. The Tun of the woods was closely watched by the spectators, of whom at one time there -were dose upon 400. The totals were an- Bounoed by means of a blackboard. So close wsas the play that the teams were 155 all before the singles were finished, and first one eide and then the other went ahead. Before the 200 was -reached the soare read: Den- bighshire 198, Flintshire 195; and as will be seen by the scores Flintshire won the singles by 2, but before they were finished two sets of doubles luoxl been played, which gave Den- bighshire theltad by about 12 points. The course of play was of an exciting character, and iV was not until the last two lots of doubles were well in hand that there was any oerfcainty as to the result. There was the usual run of had luck for eome of the players. On one occasion a Flintshire player lay with two on, but his opponent managed to take the jack, and placed the opposing side three on. Again when Flintshire lay with a cer- tain three, when the last Denbighehire player, Mr Doodson, took the jack, and gave his aide three. Of the individual play a few words might be said. Mr Simon and Mr Horrocks were 10 all on the fourteenth anA, but after that the Denbighshire player got on vith two 2's and a 1. Mr Brockle-: hurst's gasae with Mr Owen was disappoint- ing ajid one-sided, as the Denbighshire plo ver had matters much his own way, amd eighteen ends decided it. Mr H. Evans pulled up, wonderfully well againet Mr Meredith, the Flintshire bowler, being 13—7 on tho; fifteenth end, but he only found tbe jack onco after that, and the game was ended on; the twenty-hrst end. A close match was wit-! nefised between Mr F. Roberts and Mr Dood-1 son, the play being 13 aJI on the twenty-first end, the Denbighshire bowler getting home: on the noxrt two. Of the fourteen ends played by Mt D. Hughes* and Mr Hodgkim the latter only managodf to find the jack throe times, but he got two Te and one 1. Between Mr Thompson smd Mr J. E. Roberta theme was a grve and take game, Mr Roberts Tfon the first end, -while his opponent found the; jack in the next four. Affeesr this Mr' [ ItobertB had three end^ JbUowed IQT three for .1 i, ',i: i': .¡ ":I\). ¡. 1"' 4 Mr Thompson, amd as if to lerel up matters each player took four ends in turn, but the Flintshire bowler managed to put on 2'e to his opponent's l's, and thua won by 15-10. Mr Hodgson and Mr Watton were 6 aD on the fifth end, but after that the former went ahead, and won 15—8. Although Mr Bat- ten won his game against Mr Cheeters, play was very even, and on the eighteenth end they were 14 aD, the Denbighshire player winning the last end. Mr Gratton had an eaey win from Mr Forden, after the first five ends, but with Mr Wood and Mr Collins there was closer play, nineteen ends being required to finish the game. The soonc was 11 all between Mr Roberts and Mr Bevan at the fifteenth end, and the latter won the next three. Mr Quest had matters an has own way in his match with Mr W. Hughes until the ninth end, after which the Denbigh- shire player pulled 1.1 p, and was 12 all at the opponent winning the next two. Dr. Jones had an easy win from Mr Johnson, fourteen ends deciding the game. Dr. Lunt against Mr Paa-ry scored six 2's out of his 15, while in the game between MT Mr Isley and Mr Barnes twenty ends were played, the score being 10 all on the seventeenth. There was an exciting finish between Mr Gunner and Mr Humphreys, the Flintshire player wmning the last end by a 2. The doubles were characterised by the few ends playi-d by the majority, and there was some very fine play witnessed, many of the ends showing splendid bowling VOTES OF THANKS. At the close of the matches Mr Hodgson proposed a vote of thamks to the Flintshire players for their hospitality, and remarked that the day had been of a most enjoyable character. On behalf of the Denbighshire team he thanked Mr Thomson for all the trouble he had taken, and for the excellent arran gements. Mr Thompson responded, and expressed the hope that the matches were but the com- mencement of many like gatherings. He had done his best, and, like his friend, Mr Roberts, who acted as secretary when the meeting was at Denbigh, he had endeavoured to make the arrangements work smoothly Dr. Jones proposed a vote of thanks to the ladies, and referred to the excellent wav in which they had provided for the guests. "The proceedings closed with all joining hands and singing "Auld Lang Syne." Durmg the evening meetings were held of the representatives of the dubs in each county, when Denbighshire decided to invite the clubs in that eountv to join a Countv Association, Mr D. H." Roberts acting ^cretary pro. tem With regard to the Flintshire dubs, Mr M. B. Thompson was appointed charrman pro. tern., with Mr FÀ- wards (Mold) as hon. secretary, and it was arranged to rask each club to send two repre- eentatives to a meeting to be held on the 6th of OctoT, at Mold, when an executive will be appointed.