¡; (J"" 1' 'ç ;<:Y' G- -¡. ,,()o. "¡;U fI.. ':AV' L ,t4'ør "f'" >f}¿ Y" )01 W' :'1t.. ,-p j1J 4. ). III .,Á;1 '1.l/ ¿/ ,J AØ( r'r.Jt2'. t j' -r .jI¡(¡P t.rAi' :c ø 4" '): ??—-?:? THE HIDDEN "MIGHT ￼ behind every genuine CIncer Tyre is the vast factory organisa .P .).¡ tion at Castle Mills, Edinburgh. There is a spirit of pride and personal interest among North British workers which has its | effect on the fineness and the E GOLFERS. longevity of Clincher' Tyres. 1m. h ? Clincher' trade mark on Y cu never )W lust ow: h C I good you a?e until you play a tyre )S a guarantee that Castle a CLiNCHtR CROSS" MiHstyre-buiiders have made the Golf Ball. Supplied in tyre as good as it can be made. Bramble Dimple atid Mesh f' 'Ci' h Marking. Next tlme- It me ers. t4.rm MtM. ￼ ￼ ￼ ft[!' 2 1 he Norln 8?7tisl- f. ubbet' Co" Lld. ??/??/t, /?M?<7/< and Branches. ￼ S B ￼ ￼ ￼ ??'"? ￼ ?<-?<-st Depot: CydeiYRE& 53. South Castle Street. Liverpool. -z. i'f¡"J.¡; :2.1!t1i" i'k\¡" ,«f((; ,;¡; ,'P;IlI<-=. fttJ' "»'> 'Ú, "J. Service Station HIGH STREET, BANGOR, Can now undertake all kinds of Ford Repairs. Magnetos re-magnetised and returned in 24 hours. Coils re-wound and repaired. Every part stocked without exception. I Repair Works, Garth Road. BRAID BROS., MOTOR ENGINEERS, BANGOR. r KaBBEzrxanesnEOnaDEssB^^ncBasnamiQissKSBnBiHim. l I t' c==-=:=-' ￼ ￼ .??????????? ? I I¡.I .¡II. I ￼ I J InrHE Ford Model T Oti'e Ton Truck with its m?n- I ￼ ganese bronze worm-drive is raJ1y a necessity for the I I farmer because it ,olves I I his problem of economic transportation f?om the I farm to the city. And in v ¡I, farm work alone, it will be I found a great money saver II as well as a big labour saver. j j||| H ts all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater j capacity with greater st-rength? 1\ No extra cost in operation ¡ jI l?A. DEACON & Son, ￼ j Authorised Ford Dealers, |iiri. w i¿¿!Õ, ￼ ￼ TON TUCK- This is the Model T One Ton Bridge ?ree?' TO\' 'RPUCK- This is the Af,,del T One T.n 1'riiek Chassi.? just as we dciivt!r to the purci3aser. 'I'h, inciudes front fender. steDpm? A Kir* rmrr ￼ ?"? ?hts. two headU?k. one i LLANGEFNI. ?) horn and set of toob. Price ?200 Üt Works. Manchester.) (Subject to refund of im- ¡ port duty), ..L-======-=;. -====-==-=-=-=- -=-=-==-=-=:=:=:=-. .)< MOTOR NEWS AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS DODGE BROS. CARS ARE JONES BROS., .:t. BANGOR. TEL. 143. DELIVERIES START JANUARY. T > <
MOTOR NOTES. 1 I BENEVOLENT FUND'S PROS- I PEROUS YEAR. (From Our Motoring Correspondent). I In presenting the annual report of the Cycle and Motor Trades Benevolent Fund at the annual meeting, Mr A. J. Wilson, president, said that "It was but natuTaj that the year of Armistice should witaesB a great increase in the number of support- ers of the fund, from the E100 patrons down to the 5s associates." It was in no I boastful spirit that he told us what great advances had been made, but with a feel- ing of deep gratitude to those by whose work the result had been achieved. Chief among these were the officials of the branch centres who had vied with each, other in the arduous task of bringing the fund to the notice of people wHo had not been irnjwrossed by what little they might have heard concerning it. Especially on the occasion set apart for their annual special effort at proselytising —" Benevolent Day"—was this manifest. The honours of victory had been won by Manchester, where no less than 800 new names had been added to the roil; London had made a gullant fight, but could only get second place with 693 new names; Birmingham was third with 511, Bristol fourth with 182, the Iriah Centre, though fifth on the list, must be especially selected for congratu- lation. Gentros responsible for less than 100 each brought the total number of names added to the roll on June 24th to no fewer than 2002-made up of 288 mem- bers, 1650 assoc iates, and 64 donors. In- cluding these results 3220 names wore added to the roll during the year, as against 1800 in the previous year, bring- ing up the gross total on the books, alter 338 had been struck off for non-renewal of subscription, to 9271 on October 31st-a net gain of 2882 during the year. No fewer than nineteen new names had been added to the list of patrons. The resumption of the annual banquet was signally successful, donations thereat exceeding £ 5000, as against £3800, the highest previous collection, the wealthy men of the trades having "done their bit" by giving the wherewithal to provide ade- quate ro-servcts for the now 2882 people who had betaome eligible for future benefice. Relief had been granted to the amount of B5479, as compared with E2803 in 1918, al- though this was a far less sum than the Fund expected and were ready to defray, the claims from doniobolised soldiers hav- ing been surprisingly few-a. fact to be attributed to the generous provision in the form of gratuities and pensiotiti made by the Government for ex-service mell, as well as to the pluckily self-reliant manner in which the members of our trades have asserted their independence and reinstated themselves in their former commercial positions. The accounts, made up to the 31st October showed a net balance of assets over liabilities of £ 36,388, but as the bulk of the banquet donations were received after that date, there was a not balance of C39,205 16s lOd to the good. '1110 only fly in the ointment beang the fact that, tho funds are invested in securi- ties that afford a fixed return incommen- surate with the increased cost of living and the decreased valuo of the pound ster- ling. Therefore, for the first time, it hap- pened to be impossible to state that the investments sufficed to cover the oost of administration, with the result that it was necessary to draw upon the donations tm a part of the expenses. SERVICE IN NATIONAL EMElt I GEJsfCY. During tho recent national crisis many car and motor cycle owners residing in or near London were desirous of rendering assistance to the authorities, but were Ull- able to get into touch with any organisa- tion able to make use of their services. The foundation of tho Special Constabu- lary Reserve now enables those motorists to join up for emergency work if they aro desirous of doing so. The work of the A.A Section, Headquarters' Central De- tachment, Special Constabulary, during the war recorved special eomrnondaticrn at I tho hands of the Chief Commissioner of Police and aLo th Chief Staff Oihcer (Sir Edward Ward, K.C.B.). A very consider- 1 able number of members of the section who served through the wiir have now joined the newly-formed reserve, but a number of car and motor (jyole owners are still required to make up the fall complo- inent of the section. The duties involve no obligation except in tho case of a na- tional emergency, any ot-hor duties being entirely voluntary and at the discretion of tho members. Uniform is provided and petrol for duty purposes. The value of having a number of motor cars and cycles available for use by the police iu case of emergency can be le-adily appreciated. Applications to join the A.A. Section should be made by letter to ljeuL-Colonel Charles Jarrett 37, Lung Acre, Loir d "r.c., 2Jld if further- particulars are re- quired they will be- forwarded on applica- tion. ANOTHER EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA. ine date for tho International Motor Boat aud Marino and Stationary Engine Exhibition, organise^ by tne Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Ltd., in collaboration with the Ship and Boat Builders' Association, Ltd., and the Brit- ish Gas and Oil Engine Manufacturers' Association, has been fixed for March 12th to 20th, 1920, at Olympia. Space applica- tion lists close on January 5th, full parti- cul.ars of which oan be obtained from the Exhibition Manager, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Ltd. 83 Pall Mall. S.W. DUNLOP TYRE CO, AND EX- I SERVICE MEN. Under the Ministry of Labour national scheme for the employment of disabled ex- service men, the Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., gave an understanding, in oonjunction with the tyro manufacturing industry generally, to include in its parsonnal three per oont. of such men, based on its total establishment, both male and female, in- cluding juveniles. Actually the propor- tion now employed throughout the com- pany's entire organisation is at lea^t 5.8 por cent of tho total-a generous inter- pretation of the spirit of the agreement BOXING TROPHIES. I Sir Charles U. Y\ akolidd, Bart., has ginm a handsome set of trophies, cups and medals, for boxing to the officers ajid men of the Royal Air Force. The gift has been gratefully accepted by the Air Coun- cil, and the trials will shortly commence. The trophies are on view in the window of Messrs Skinner and Co., Ltd., 34, Bond- strtet, W. 1. J. P. H. I
SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLES I I AT LLANGEFNI. Close upon £ 1400 was realised at a sale of motor vehicles by Messrs Owen and bloyd, auctioneers, at Llangefni, on Thursday. Among the prices obtained were tho following: Dennis lorry, £ 365; 1914 Ford van, £ 155: Ford touring car, £155; 1914 Douglas 2-h.p. motor cycle £ 65; 1911 Triumph clutch motel, £ 35; 1915 Diamond 2J-h.p., £ 40; and a Scott 3J-h.p., B30 fm. Second-hand bicycles made up to S8 10s each.
hild t m? can operate it-re- H H J S! quires attention but H ? once or twice a week. 1 ? DE?H?EIT 1 q=rwm we am Din M| will supply ample light H ? for all buildings and FJ Q sunicient power for JYL Mm small farm machines. mm ? such as churns, sepa" jug rators, and washing tgl ? machines. It brings In JM city comforts and con. JM M? venience to the farm mi venience to the farm, See it at work. m F. S. BENNETT, LTD., 24-27 Orchard St., LONDON, W,1.
POSITION o: LEAGUE CLUBS. I The following tables show how the clubs in I the principal Leagues stand up to Saturday- I Lao THE LEAGUE-DIV. I. Goals p W.L. D. F. A. P. West Bromwich A. 19 14 5 0 64 25 28 Burnley 20 22 5 3 31 26 27 Sunderland 19 12 5 2 36 33 26 Newcastle United 20 10 6 4 27 19 24 Chelsea 19 9 7 3 29 22 21 Manchester United 18 7 5 6 30 22 20 Bolton Wanderers 20 7 7 6 35 32 20 The Arwoall 19 6 5 8 31 30 2U Sheffield United 20 b ij 4 35 34 20 Kvcrton 1977 5 38 34 19 Bradford 19 8 8 3 33 30 19 Aston Villa 19 9 9 1 34 35 W Middlesbrough 20 7 a 5 25 31 19 Manchester City 19 7 8 443 40 18 Blackburn lioycrs 20 6 8 0 28 37 IS Notts County 19 6 7 6 31 41 IS Liverpool 19 7 9 3 23 26 17 Bradford City ,¿,O 6 9 531 39 17 Derby County 20 5 8 720 30 17 Preston North End 19 6 10 3 28 44 15 Oidham Athletic 18 5 11 2 23 30 12 Shotlieid Wednesday 19 3 12 4 14 32 10 LEAGUli—DIV. II. GoaJs P.W.L. D. F. A. P. Tottenham Hotspur 19 15 2 2 55 16 32 Birmingham 19 13 3 34016?9 Blackpool 20 11 5 4 38 21 2(3 Hnddersfield Town 19 11 5 3 37 15 25 Hull City 20 11 7 2 42 32 24 Stockport County 19 9 5 5 31 19 21 Stoke 19 11 7 1 31 24 23 Bristol City 198 4 724 17 23 West Ham United 19 9 6 4 19 21 22 BamsJey 1997340 21 21 Bury "n. 19 9 7 3 26 23 21 Fuliiam 1987 426 25 20 Port Vale 18 7 7 4 27 23 18 South Shields .— 19 7 8 4 16 20 18 Rothcrham County 19 6 10 3 19 35 15 Wolverhampton W. 19 5 10 4 28 34 14 Clapton Orient 20 6 12 2 20 31 14 Nottingham Forest 19 4 9 6 18 30 14 Leicester City 19 4 10 5 16 35 13 Grimsby Town 19 4 13 2 14 39 10 Lincoln City 19 3 12 -4 15 50 10 Coventry Ci's 190 14 5 4 39 5 NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE—DIV. I I Res ills -,o to and including Saturday, De- I comber 20th :— j Goals P.W.L. D. F. A P. Holyhead 6 4 1 1 21 79 Llanrwsjt 5 2 2 1 17 13 b Denbigh Town 4 1 1 2 9 8 4 Carnarvon 6 2 4 0 15 15 4 Ha-ugotKI. 2 10 14 3 3 Portinudoc 2 1 1 0 6 9 2 CoKvya Bay 3 0 2 1 4 20 1 Com\ ay 2 0 2 0 3 80 Blae,iiau Ft-sl.iuiog 3 0 3 0 3 150 NORTH V. A LKS COAST LEAG llv-J)l V it. Goais P.W.L. D. F. A. P. "'UJasi?ffyf) ￼ 8 ? 1 2 30 14 12 Pfnmt?nmattr 6 3 0 316 8 9 Bethesda Comrades 6 4 1 1 15 11 9 Abergele 6 2 2 219 15 6 Llcchid Celts 6 3 3 0 14 13 6 Bangor Comrades Res 6 2 2 2 17 17 6 Holy lies d It i. Res. 3 2 0 1 13 3 5 Llanfairfcchau 5 1 3 1 11 15 3 DotKMirog 6 1 4 1 13 21 3 NauUk Valø 0 0 5 110 39 1
RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S I MATCHES. LEAGUE—DIV. ]. Everton 0, Liverpool 0. West Bromwich A. 4, Derby County 0. The Arsenal 3, Shetlicld Wednesday 1. As'oa Villa 3, Oldham Alhletie i). Blackburn Rovers 2, Bolton Wamlcrcrs 2. Notts County 4, Bradford City 3. Manchester United 2, Newcastle United 1. Bradford 2, Middlesbrough 1. Burnley 1, Preston North End 0. Sunderland 2, ilanchcsier City 1. Sheffield United 3, Chelsea L LEAGC,E-DI V. U. Barnsley 3, Tottenham 11 m.spur Ü. Bristol City 0, Blackpool 0. Coventry City 0 Clapton Orient Wolverhampton w. 4. Hull City 2. Bury 3, Lincoln City 0. lludderslleld T. 2, West Ham United 'J. Stock pur t tlounty 1, South Shields 0. BirrniriKisajii 5, Grimsby Town U. Leicester City 3. Stoke 1. NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE—DIV. 1. Bangor 3. Denbigh (h) 2. Holyhead (h) 7, Cohvyri Bay 1. NORTII WALES COAST LEAHLH-Dn. II. Glasinfryn 4, Bangor Comrades Res. (h) 3. Abergele 4, Dolgarros (h) 4. Penmaenmawr 2, Bethesda (h) 1. Holyhead Rets. 1, Llanfairfechaj) (hj 0. Lleehid (h) 4. Nautlie Vale 2. WEUSlI AMATEUR CUP. Bangor R.I. 5, Conway (h) 0.
LLANFAJRl ECHAN v. HOLYHEAD RES. I (North Wafcn Coast League—Div. il.). This match, rpferocd by Mr II. R. Williams, was played at Bryiivneuadd on Saturday. The heavy rain duriutf- 1..i¡,¡J tit", goinyr very heavy, and the players found con- siderable difficulty in keeping their feet. Holyhead, who are so far undefeated, soon got away, and the home goal underwent soiiio narrow escapes. The homesters appeared to be quite at sea, and failed to make any head- way. Keeping up the pressure the visitors scorod after 15 minutes' play from a scramble in frcnt of goal. This reverse put life into the homesters, and play became more even, and a centre by Hewitt was hot wide by Athcrton. The visiting forwards were play- ing pretty football, but toiitt(I the litiinc backs difficult to pass. May was transferred from cii(i-to end, and both ifoalies were failed upon to handle in turn. The homesters were at this stage pwssinjr, and missed many opportunities of scoring Hewitt, on one occasion, nearly brought the downfall of the Holyhead goal, his shot. _n_- HITTING THE POST I From here onwards the .homesters had a. slight advantago, and when the illterval ar- rived they scarccly deserved to be a goal down. Hair-time: Holyhead 1. Llanfairfechan 0. On resuming play tho locals attacked on the right, but Arthur Jones put the ball over the bar. Holyhead got going on the left, but Dan Joiics relieved with a long punt. Tho homost^ri? strove desperately to secure an equalising goal, and hereabouts pressed hotly, but many opportunities to score went awry. Play was transferred to the home half, and Jack Owen saved at the excuse of a comes, which proved abortive. The heavy going wits telling its talc, but with over two min- utes to go Muir experienced very hard luck with a long drive which hit the bar and glanced behind. Final Holyhead 1, Llanfairfechan 0. Tho Holyhead team were a fast. lot. but were decidedly lucky in carrying away both pointe, especially since the homesters had only nine iiicti on the field when the only goal was scored. Hod the home team a forward who could hoot there may have been a different tale to tell. No fault could be found with the home defence, and R. S. Jones and Muir gave a finished display of haJf-back work. Hewitt and Alherton were the only forward. t who did themselves justice. The star performers for liolyhead were the 'wo backs, centre-half, and wing men.
WELSH AMATEUR CUP. "I DRAW FOR THIRD ROUND. 1 The draw for the third round of the Welsh Amateur Cup was made at Wrexham yesterday as follows Barmouth or Porlmadoc v. Aberyswyth. Bangor y. Rhyl. Rhos v. Northern Nomads. Connah's Quay or Llay Hall v. Chirk. Rogerstoiie v. Aberdare or Caerau. Llandrindod Wcll" Y. j.lallÍdioe, Brymlxt v. Rhoeymedrc. Cardiff Corinthians a bye. The matches will lw played on the ground of the fir.-t-named clubs 011 Jauuary 31st.
I SLIPPER PISTONS FOR FORD CAHS. The "Autocar'' records the result of a 5000 milclJtost of Ricardo aluminium sjp- per pistons lilted 011 a Ford car that has, been running for about six months under their close peronal observation. They state that "the Kicardo pistons have en- tirely eliminated all periodic vibration up to well ov6r 35 in. p.h. There is a per- fecbly smooth and vi brat ion leys accelera- tion up to about 36 m. ph., and between tha.t speed and the car' s maximum, which is slightly over 40 m. p.h., tho vibration is very much less than it was at 26 111. p.h. with the original cast iron pistons." As regards lubricating oil consumption the" Autocar" confidently states tht the illileage per gallon has been increased e-Z the very least 100 per cent. since the Hi card o pistons were installed. j
I FRONT VVHEEL BRAKES. Capt. E. de ISoinianviiie, writing to the Daily Express, states if other things were equal it would be more efficient to apply the brakes to the front wheels of a oar. Unfortunately, other things are not equal. For example, the front wheels have to be used for Ertc-cring..rhat is where the difficulties start. The front brakes must not bo allowed to stop tins front wheels revolving, as steering control would disappear. For highest braking efficiency, however, no road wheel should be held against rotation. In practice the addition of front wheel brakes a.dds great- ly to the controllability of a oar. They prevent skidding, and enable one to stop much more quickly. The question of £ a. d. is against them, but no doubt we shall find them again on some of the more expensive British cars in the future."
NEW TAX ON MOTOR TRAFFIC PI Sir Eric Geddes stated in Parliament on Monday that a departmental committee ie considering the question of the taxation of mechanically-propelled vehicles with a -view to raising revenue to meet tae in- creasing cost to the highway authorities.
DBNBIGH TOWN vrBANGOR COMRADES. (Nofth Wales Coast League— Div. I. ) (Nørth Wale.s Coast l-eaguc-Div. 1.). (By "Bex"). Both these teams, yrior to the kick-off, were unbeaten in their league engagements. There was a respectable when the teams took the field at the Graig road enclosure, Denbigh. Denbigh were represented by -Sam Grif- filhs; It Evans and L. Lewis; D. Jones, W. Ifughee,i.id W. Jones; D. LI. Williams," E. E. Davies. Joel Bennett, (1. Thomas, and R. K. Wynne. Bangor: Ted Owen; W. Rees Jones and Richard Williams, George Hill, F. Aspinall, and Hughie Jones; Dick Jones, Albert P. Williams, Ilughie Owen, Ilaghie Davies and A If Pattison. The Bangor captain won the toss, and de- cided to attack the goal at the railway end. Denbigh got away smartly, and early forced a corner, which, however, was safely disposed of by the visitors. But the homesters had other notions in view. Bennett obtained the ball, and without hesitation passed to tho home skipper (E. E. Davies), who in turn transferred it to Gwi!ym Thomas. Before one realised what was really happening the latter player got through, and banged away at, express pace, bcatiug Owen with case. It was an ideal goal. The visitors decided U1at this must no occur again, and they were busy around the home defence testing Griffiths with some dangerous shots. They quickly obtained a corner, which Pattison placed to a nicety. The home backs, however, safely c tea red. Apparently Gwilym Thomas MM out for goals on Saturday. Ile made a praiseworthy attempt to get through bu'. four stalwart opposing players were too much to beat. The Coftiradcs participated in some delightful combination, and on three occasions they ware within an ace of scoring. W. Hughes, the home centre-half, was in tip-top form. By his dogged persistence ho relieved pressure on the home goal time after time, but dame fortune was with Bangor. Hnghio Owen received the ball, ftribbled nicely, shot hard and scored, thus equalising matters. Denbigh forced a couple of corners, but nothing came of them. Bennet was conspic- uous with a lively drive, which might have proved advantageous to Denbigh had they not impeded the Bangor goalie. Both teams played a hard, fast tutrne, and Denbigh were un.1nd.y in front of goal; they simply could not score. Bangor soon registered their sec- ond goal per Dick Jones. Shorily after this the referee was obliged to caution a home sup- porter a.s to his conduct. Denbigh strained every nerve to iel'1 the goals, and their quin- tette put up a heavy barrage around Owen. but reinforcements came Ill,) just in time. and the homesters retreated. Hughie Owen led a brilliant att-ick on Griffiths, and tcored the third goal for Bangor. Denbigh played gamdy, but the interval arrived with the :.eore Bangw 3, Denbigh 1. Resuming Bangor forced a corner straight- way, tH" the Deubiirh citadel was not pene- trated. I'eanett, Thomas, and Davies com- bined nicely, but coihl not make headway. Fouls were pretty frequent now Oil both sides, and coiners galore. Ever on the alert, that consistent lilllc player (E. E. Davies) saw his opportunity, headed straight for Owen, and scored the secon.t goal for Hcubigh. At- tack and counter-attack produced no further score; both teams were unfortunate in front of their respective objectives, and when the final whistle, went Denbigh had to acknow- ledge defeat by 3 goals to 2.
BETHESIM COMRADES v. PI.W.MAKN. I 51 A Wit. This match was .played a! Bethesda on Sat- urday. Mr Williams, Dcganwy, lined up the teams as follows:— tiol,hqit Bob Morris; H. P. Thomas, Bob Morris; W. A. Thomas, Eddie Griffiths, Bob Roberts. Jack Griffith, R litigbcs, W. Hughes W. Thoni;i.=. G. J. Jones. Pentnae-nmawr Bob I.loyd, Trevor Jones, Ren Morris; JdwaJ Owni, 11. Llew Davies, David Thomas, K Lunt, II. Hughes, Jackie Jones. Penmaenmawr won the toss, and defended the tOWII goal. From the kick-off the Com- rades made a dashing move, but sent behind, and from 'he goal-kick the visitors made tracks for the home goal, only to be repulsed by a fine clearance by Bob Morris. E. Lunt had got within shooting range when H.P. put, "paid" to his "account," and sent the ball flying down the field, where tho home for- wards got possession and simply raided tho visiting goal, only to find lloh Lloyd strong and reliable. At last the visitors got away, and scored a somewhat simple goaJ, which should have been cleared by the home defence. From now to the interval end to end play was witnessed. Half-time r Penmaenmawr 1. Bethesda 0. Resinning, tho homesters livened up and 111 a short time Jack Griffiths made tracks up the field and placed the ball well in front of goal, where W Ilughcs neatly passed to W. Tho- miis. who placed the ball safely in the net.. Tiw, next move camp. from the visitors, who rushed towards the homesters' citadel only to Tom Morris ready for the fray. and clear- ed in a masterly lasbion. Corners were awarded in galore to the visitors, but t.hey came to nothing. The homesters' right wing were now playing a great, game, but the visi- tors soon got away and Llew Davies sent across to the inside left. The homesters should have chared but, misjudged the ball with disastrous results, which was sent flying into the rigging. I trial Penmaenmawr 2, BctheKda 1.
PORTDINORWTC CO NSER V A TIY ES v. LLKCHID CELTS RES. Thesse teams met at Vaynol Park on Saturday. The first half was evenly ccai- jested,.t.he Conservatives being the slight- aTid NN-cpe unlucky jiot to score. On reclaming the homesters pre-ssed, and scored through Richie Davies. The Celts «KMI equalised, and kept up the pressure, returning winners by 4 goals to 1. Mr W m. M. Parry was tho referee, a.ud I Mr E. Evaixs acted a-s linesman.
I LLUCHID CELTS v. NANTLLE VALE. I I (North Wales Coast League—Div. II.). f I The above teams rnets at Lleehid on sab-I urday, when a poor game ended in favour of the home team by four goals to two.
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
I BANGOR COMRADES RES. v. GLASINFRYN. I (North Wales Coast League, Div. 2.) On tho ground of the former on Satur- day, before a small gate, due probably to the weather, which made the ground very greasy. The teams were; — Bangor: G. H. Jones; J, M. Jones and J. Perry; J. 0. Jones, W. J. Davies and J. Price Jones; Eames, E. Williams, Thompson, T. Griffiths and J. T. Evans. Glasinfryn: H. Hughes; W. M. Wil- liams and Hugh Hughes; H. Griffith, D, C. Pierce and Pierce Jones; Boaz Thomas. Frank Pierce, J. Parry Hughes, Allen Roberts and W. Hughes. llefcree: Mr W. J. Jones, Lleehid. I )e f The first attack cajne from the homo lot. Price Jones finishing up with a grand shot. The visitors were the first, scorers, per Boaz Thomas, who, taking advantage of «a miskiek by Perry, tired in a perfect shot, the ball first striking the base of the potffc and glancing into the net, 1—0 The Villagers were doing the bulk of the pressing, but the gallic was quite unevent- ful. Very soon Frank Pierce added No. 2 for the visitors. AL length the Com- rades got going per Eames, but nothing came of the corner which was forced Glasinfryn scored again, the centre-for- ward (J. P. Hughes) nieeting a pass from W. Hughes and sending the bail into the net, but he was ruled offside. At the Glasinfryn end Thompson did some use- ful work and narrowly missed scoring. Erasmus Williams opened the scoring for tho homesters with a clever shot, 2.—1. Directly afterwards Thompson sent the ball against the Glasinfryn goal-bar. The home goalkeeper then made a capital savo from J. P. Hughes, who sent in a swift shot. Some slackness by the Comrades defence again let in J. P. Hughes, who cored with an elevated shot, 3—1. Then Tommy Griffiths scored the second goal for the Comrades after Eames had done the preliminary work, 3--2. Half-time: Glasinfryn 3. Comrades 2. The game had hardly restarted before Evans equalised for Bangor. Play be came very scrambling and uninteresting, and to add to the troubles of the spec- tators the light began to fail- The Com- rades now did a lot of pressing, but thear Una) efforts were none too accurate. Their opponents were by no means asleep, and Boaz Thomas, in partie.ular, worked hard, The goal w Inch decided the match was scored from a penalty by J. Parry Hughes, who clean beat the home custodian. 4—3 | Final: Glasinfryn 4. Bangor Comrades Res. 3.
HOLIDAY FIXTURES. I NORTH WALES COAST LEAul. E. I HOLIDAY MATCHES I ￼ ￼ December 25th: f Division 1. — Bangor Comradee v. Bangor Railway In- stitute; referee, H.. R Wiihains, Bangor. Denbigh v Colwyn Buy; J. R. Mac farlane, Mold. Blacnau Festiniog v. Portmadoc; A Carter, Lianrwst. Division JI Peninacnniavvr v. L'.anlarfechan Major B. C. Evans. Bethesda Comrades v Llechd Celts; R. Jones, Bangor. December 26th: Division L- Colwyn Bay v. Denbigh; J. IL AIM farlaaie, Mold. Portinadcc v. Blaenau Festmiog; A. Carter, Lianrwst. Conway v. Carnarvon; ,W. Williams, Degaawy. Holyhead v. Lianrwst; H. R..William?, Bangor. Division lL- B aaj,-or Comrades Res. v. Nantlle Tom Jones, Junction. December 27th: Division 1.— Bangor Comrades v. Portmadoc; Mom Jones, Junction. Carnarvon v. Holyhead R.l. H. R. Wil- liams, Bangor. Blaenau Festiniog v. CoJwyn Bay; A. Carter, Lianrwst. Division II.— Llanfairfechan v. Peniiiaoumawr; W. J. Jones, llechid. Abergele v. Lleehid; J. H. Roberts, Colwyn Bay. Bethesda Comrades v. Glasinfryn; R. Jones, Bangor. January 1st, 1920 Division 1.— Colwyn Bay v. Conway; S. SJatH, Rhyl
ROAD INFORMATION FOR I MOTORISTS. The following road information has been I compiled by tne Automobile Association and Motor Union, 3, St. Peter's Square, I Manchester:— ANGLESEY. Menai Bridge-PenLraetli; Repairs and steam 1 oiler working. Menai Bridge-Suspension Bridge; ltc. pairs and steam roller working. CARNARVONSHIRE. Bettwsycoed-Capel Curig: Fair to wi Lh- in two miles of Capej Cung. Steam roller at work near Capel Curig. Bettwsycoed-Pentievoelas■. Poor. Colwyn-Llandudno; Repairs between Colwyn and Mochdre and also betwcoD Mochdro ajid Llandudno Junction. Bo Itw sycoed-Con way (Old Road) Re- pairs between Trefriw-Tynygroes-Conway Care through Deganwy, Conway and Llandudno. DENBIGHSHIRE. Abergele St. Asaph: Poor. Care re- quired passing Kinmcl Park Carnp. Cerrigydruidion-Corwen; Bad. Mold (Flint)-Ruthin; Laying water mam aiui heavy hau lage. Alternative proceed via Denbigh. Ruthtn-Corrigydruidion: Laying. water main and heavy haulage. Alternative via Denbigh and Pentrevoclas. FLINTSHIRE. Prcstatvn-Mostyn. Poor near Mostyn Station Road widening 71, mile east of Prestatyn.
4 6 BUTTER. I FOOD MINISTRY THREAT TO I PUBLIC. All agricultural products, with the ex- ception of wheat, will be freed from con- trol during the first six months of 1920. This applies to meat, bacon, poultry, eggs, milk, butter, cream, and choose, and a start will be made early in the new year with honie-produoed butter which will Dot once rise ill price to from 4s fad to 6s a pound. For some time farmers have asked for the removal of control, or, as an alterna- tive, the raising of the maximum retail price of butter to 4s 611 per lb. The present price of 2s 6d per lb., they say, is unremunerative. With a free market other farmers who sell niilk and at present prices get 8s lid for the 2i gallons requiied to make lib. of butter, even after deducting the sum they receive for their skim milk, will not be able to sell their butter to advantage at less than 6s per lb. Presumably imported butter will remain controlled. Its price at present is 2s 6d per lb.
BANGOR HOUSING sfcllEME. I A good many questions are being asked by ratepayers us lo the progress of the Bangor Housing Scheme. It appears that tlie plans were forwaided to the Ministry of Health 1 ciany weeks ago and no notification has been received that the scheme has been sanctioned. The complete scheme provides for the erection of 80 houses, and the plans submitted comprise 32 of the houses which are to be erected on a site presented by Lord Penrhyn 011 PeiK'hwintan roal and Carnarvon-road (between St. David's Church and the old Toll Moasc).
GOLF. THE BLAOKMORE CHALLENGE CUP. The final round for the Black more. Chal- lenge Cup was played for on Tuesday, on the Bangori Golf Links, tho contestants being Mr Donald Camerow and Mr W. O. H. Ellis. A keenly-0011 tested game re- sulted in a win for Mr Cameron, who defeated his opponent by 4 and 3.
LIFEBOAT INSPECTION ON WELSH COAST. Commander C. E. Aglionby, D.S.O., R.N., has been appointed inspector of life- boats for the Western district, including the Welsh coast, in place of Lioutenant- Comma.nder E. D. Drury, C.B.E., R.N., who has been transferred to the Northern district.
CARE OF THE CHILDREN. The National Society for the Preven- tion of Cruelty to Children investigated in the Carnarvon and Anglesey Branch during the month of November eight cases affecting 22 children. The local office of the society for complaints, etc., is aituated at 58, Holyhoad road, Bangor.
The Earl and Countess of Powis, Lady Hermione Herbert, and Viscount Ciive are etavirig at Powis Castle. Welshpool, over Christmas, and early in the New Year will be leaving for Switzerland for a mantlb or two.
On Monday, January 5th, I WE COMMENCE Our B UY- I N-TI M E w r' Q 1 Winter Sale « V-V >• • s (M I f.. i' "i e.. 1 ,i I¡ \r ? '?" ?- ? ? ?-♦ ♦ • • ♦ ,1- [ ?..? ? ? "? ￼ ? ?r' ( ¡ i J i THIS is the General Situation for 1920:- FOOD Stuffs may Cost Less. ^LOTHING and Materials will certainly Cost more in 1920. I CHORTAGE oi Raw Materials, Transport S Difficulties, and High Labour Rates unite in making an increase inevitable. IF -you Purchase Largely you will make a big saving all the rest of the year. EVERYTHING in our Stock is drastically —' reduced foi this II Buy-in-Time Sale. I Some of the Bargains: Homespun Tweed Coats and Skirts, regularly 61 to gns. 50/- L'seful Navy and dark Colour Coats, origitially 3i to hh gns. 60, A number of lined Rain- coats, special offer 48/- B I a c k and Coloured Cashmere finish, hard- wearing Stockings, 2/11 3 Pairs for 8/6. Washablc Doeskin \Va s h a b 1 e Doe ski n Gloves ?!6 Grey buckskin Gloves at 7,9 50 pure Silk Black Taf- feta Skirts, fitted with two Pockets, clastic waist, reuiaikablc offer 25/- These Skirts are worth 31 Gns., and titake ideal wear with Jumf>er ot St 0 use. Delightful Net and Lace Party Frocks 30i; P tt r e Wool Knitted Jumpers in all delightful colours 15/- 50 Coloured Voile, Blouses. 5/. 100 Merino Combina- j tions 50 New Velour Hats, 30/- I Nat11r.1l Skunk Stoles, £5 i 10 White and Grey I Tibet Cellars, animal i shapes. 40/- | Patagonia Fox Animal Collars 15 W a ic t s ks9 By the Cathedral, BANGOR. S. F. BARNES, MOTOR ENGINEER, MARKET STREET, CARNARVON IS OPENING NEW PREMISES AT HIGH STREET, CARNARVON. Repairs to all makes of Cars and Motor Cycles. Accessories & Spare Parts Stocked. Clincher & Palmer Tyrea Telephone: No* 190. Messrs. ABELL & OWEN I CA VENDISH HOUSE, Phone 58. HOLYHEAD Phone 58. I Xmas Gifts At Prices to suit Everybody ■- ■■■■■■■ —, Fancy Handkerchiefs in Boxes From 1/3 to 10/6. Blouses of Every Description From 8,:11 to 75/- I Gloves (all the Best makes) From 2/11 to 21/- Umbrellas From 10/6 to 631- Scarves. All Colors From 10/6 to, 751- Enquiries by 'Phone, Post, or Wire receive IMMEDIATE ATTENTION, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Î I E. J. ROWLAND, A.M.I. Mech.E. Late Inspector for the Ministry of Munitions, CONSULTING MOTOR ENGINEER. AdTice on buying, selling or repairs to Motor Cars. Itispectionvf repairs for Owner at Garage or Works Tuition in Driring and Car Mechanism. Bryn Deiniol, Upper BANGOR. THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER. Do not lot Grey Hairs appear. Restores Grey or White Hair to its original colour where the glands are not destroyed. Pre- vents Dandruff, and the Hair from coming out. Restores and Strengthens the Haix. IS NOT A DYE. TI -A E P, F-.S LONG, LONG TRAIL .,?\, ￼ ? g *'?* ??"' ■ .??\. B«ttes,Mo?mitee? ?' ???y etc?, aU ?//?? ?? Mr jfS^KEATING'5 Jl :i4.8I, 1/-