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CONSTABLE OF FLINT CASTLE.

MR BALFOUR AT EATON.

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FIFTY YEARS AGO.

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! I

MUSICAL NOTES.

THE ELECTION.

GAINS AND LOSSES. I

PARTY GAINS. I

YESTERDAY'S --RESULTS.

PROVINCES. 1,

UNDECLARED POLL§.

--FOOTBALL.

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NORTH WALES COAST FOOTBALL1 ASSOCIATION. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION CLUB'S PROTEST. THE CUP DRAWS. Mr R. John Hughes, Penmaenmawr, presr- demit, presided over a meeting of tlie abovo Aiisociation, h-oid yesterday (Wednesday) even- ing, at tho Station Hotel, Li-andudno Junction. There were present: Messrs Henry Lloyd (Conway), J. H. Vincent (Llandudno), Percy Wedkes (Holyhead), J. O. Davies (Colwym Ba.y), J. L. Harris (Carnarvon). Hugh Parry (Conway), T. J. Roberts (Uandudilo)., J. W. Post (treasurer), and the secretary (Capt.j L!ew. Williams, Holywefll). BLAENAU FESTiNIOG PLAYER SUS- PENDED. A complaint made by the Carnarvon Cluli against Jilii Lloyd, a Blaenau Festiniog player, bad been deferred from a previous meeting ot the Association, as Lioyd did not attend. Lloyd was again absent, but it was deoid-ed, after reading tho letter of Mr Morris, Blaenau Fetstiniog, a witness of the incident, to suspend Ltloyd' for 14 day, It appeared that Uoyd had misbehaved himself at the ground at Blaenau Festiniog after the game, and also at the rail- way station in the everting, when the Festiniog! people, according to custom, were giving the Carnarvon team a "send etlf." BAGILLT PROTEST. It iras reported that the Welsh Football Association had upheld the decision of the North Wales Association with reard to the pro- test of Bagi-Ut against Greenfield. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION'S PROTEST. A protest v. as lodged by the Junction Club against the Bangor University, dub with regard to their North Wales Ama- teur Cup tie at Bangor, on the ground that the ground was not properly marked or roped'; and also that W. J. Joiiiios, one of the Unirverajts players, was indigib'e, having played with the Llaxufairfecham club, who are members of thø second division of the League. The referee, in his report on the matter, said, "I must admit that in some places I could eeo no line at aH.1" Several witnesses corroborated. Mr Thomas, the representative, stated tha6 the ground had been marked with sawdust, S3 it was too muddy to mark it with chalk. It was decided to dismiss tJJJe protest with rer gird to the marking otf the ground, aind a simi- lar decision was arrived at in the protest against W. J. Jones. DRAWS. Tho draws for the Junior and Senior Cupaf were as follows:— Third Round, JunioT Oup: St. Asaph V" Llandudno Junction Temperance, LkndudttM* Reserve bye, Carnarvon v. Dcilge&ey, Holyhead v. Peqvna-en-rn-awr. Amateur Oup (third round): — Pwllheli v* Carnarvon-, Bangor v. Bangor University, Cob wyn iiay v. Llanrwst. Greenfield or Ruthia llI. sHolywelii

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