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SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLESI IAT…

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POSITION o: LEAGUE CLUBS.…

RESULTS OF SATURDAY'SI MATCHES.

LLANFAJRl ECHAN v. HOLYHEAD…

WELSH AMATEUR CUP."I

ISLIPPER PISTONS FOR FORD…

I FRONT VVHEEL BRAKES. I

NEW TAX ON MOTOR TRAFFIC PI

DBNBIGH TOWN vrBANGOR COMRADES.…

BETHESIM COMRADES v. PI.W.MAKN.I…

PORTDINORWTC CO NSER V A TIY…

I LLUCHID CELTS v. NANTLLE…

ICOXWAY v. BANGOR RAILWAY…

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I COXWAY v. BANGOR RAILWAY I INSTITUTE. (Welsh Amateur Cup—2nd Round). J (By "Clwvdian"). I In tfiie eeooad round of the Welsh Ama- teur Cup Conway entertained Bangor Rail- way Institute on the Alorfa, on Saturcbay, wlxtfi Mr Tom Jorus, Llajidudsno Junction, tfre releree, lined up the teams as fol- low,s:- Conway Stailard; Will Evans, Clem Arnold; W. T. Fllis, John NeaJ, W. T. Evans; Torii Craven, Tcd Jones, Joe Hughes, .Lewis Levy Jones and J. Ll. Owen. Jiang or R. I.: Bryn Jonee; J. Withiaras, D. J. Thomas; H. Edwards, Johnson, CauJfiold; Will Attaerton, 11. Brown, D. P, Ilugnes, Victor Williams and D. Row- lands. Mr Chetwvnd Atkin-sotn, president of the Conway a-ub, kicked off, and the visators I immediately got possession and made a da-1 for the home gotal.. Thfey kept up the pressure, aided by the wind, for some lime until Clem Arnold cleared and sent tfic bail wøH on its way to the other end of the field. It ivas not long before the visi- tors were back again and forced two corn- ers in quick succession, both proving abor- tive. Will Evant, playing a good de-fen- sive game, more than onoe saved an awk- ward situation. The visitors continued the prcscure until a free-kick gave Conway an opening, when they de-glied up the hedd, and h^d every appearance of opening the score, but Bryn JoncB cleared in good style. Brytt Jor?-m (. 1 care-LI Ln good A little later the homesters had another opportunity, whe-n Joe Hughes, who looked a certain scorer, had the misfortune to get tripped just as he was about to fihoot for goa1. Albert Victor Williams broke through and scored the first goaJ for Bangor. The visitors still looked danger- oiL,, but shot after sliot went behind, they kept up 1.'1(' attack on the home citadel for some time, but failed to lind the net or give SfcaiWd anything more to do than watch the bu'H go behind. Eventually Conway managed to break <l\uy. when Joo Hughes was given amothor opportu- nity, but massed just in front, of goal. A fine centre by Tom Craven, followed by a nice movement, had every appearance of ittfi equahser, until the visiting backs cleared a.nd made for the home goal, when 1). P. Hughes put in number two for Ban- gor. Some midfie-ld play followed until l/ewis Levy Jones got possession, and after a neat run up dispatched a beauty right into the Bangor custodian's hands. Afteor this Stallard was severely tested, but saved in good style. John Noul was now giving an exhibition of fine football, and Conway, through' his efforts mainly, were afforded a glorioue opportunity in front of I L III fi'ollt of goal, but hesitated, and were lost. Half*time; Bangor 2, Conway 0. Upon resuming the homcst-ers showed fight and determination, encouraged by the wind, now being in their favour. They immediately tested the visiting de- fence, and eventually forced a corner, which proved of no avail. Shortly after- wards Conway were awarded a penalty, which was taken by John Neal, but which Bryn Jones Biavod., The homesters kept up a vigorous attach, but the visiting defence proved too strong for them. After an- oilier corner for Conway the visitors broke away, and Will Atherton, with a lovely ■shot whioh StaJlard had no chance of sav- ing, eoored the third goal for Bangor. After this reverse some of the Conwayites appeared to low heart, and luad the 'visi- tors taken advantage of this temporary sleekness on the part of the homesters they might have increased their score con- siderably. John NeaJ, however, game, to the laei, and was undoubtedly the be-,t player on ite, field. At long range he dispatched a -nagni.cent, ahot right into the Bangor custodian's hands. The visi- tors again tried conclusions with Stallard, who saved shot after shot in a moet credit- able mdnner. Just before the whistle blew for time Conway secured a corner, which they failed to convert. Final; Bajn?«r 3 Oon way Q

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CARE OF THE CHILDREN.

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