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IN THE WORLD OF SPORT. I Another Beating for Ply- mouth Merthyr. What Vogler Did For Llanelly.— The Brothers Trubshaw.— Some Hard Hitting. The victory that Llanelly gained over Plyniouth-Merthyr at Srradjy on S.,Itur(lay waa as Avell merited as it was decisive. Indeed Llanelly showed great improvement in every depart- ment, and a great recovery to form was effected. Their display of last Saturday was far more attractive than against Swansea in the previous week, and the game produced the brightest cricket seen at Stradey for a few sea- sons. Not since that great game against Neath at Stradey three seasons ago, when Llanelly scored over 300 runs for the los.s of only three wickets, and in which match B. Percy Ree-s scored 180 not out, has a Llanelly side done so well in the batting line. This is just the type of cricket that spectators—es- pecially those who frequent Stradey— enjoy to witness—plenty of hitting, the fielders running after the ball all over the field, and sixes and fours coming frequently to brighten the spectacle. AN ENCOURAGING MUSTER. I It was really encouraging to witness II snell a huge crowd of spectators as there was on Saturday, and if only the side can maintain Saturday's standard of play the club is in for one of the most successful seasons on record— financially as well as otherwise. The outstanding feature of the match wa&> of course, the brilliant and prolific j hitting cf V?lGr. who T?roudty claim to b3ing the first of the l,'Ianc-illi;l plav+rrs to accomplish a century m this &cason. But there were other featuie? in the course of pL?y. too, which de- lighi?d the spect?tor?. The ma?niti- cent bowbrig of E. G?e. for instance, who w<M almost unplayable, securing as he did six wickets for the low aver- age of three runs apiece. Tlio vice- captain has brought off some notahle achievements for the team, and also for the county, but it is really questionable a.s to whether he has met with greater success at apy time than he did on S?turdav against a team of the calibre of Plymouth-Merthyr. The -Qnditionsl under which the game was played were ideal, ('xC'eptm; perhaps, that the light I was a little bad before lunch, but after- wards the sky cleared somewhat—much to the delight of the batsmen. I YOGT.F/R'S BIG SCORE. Llanelly took first knock and had the advantage of playing on au ex- cellent wicket. Hugh Howell and B. Percy llees who opened the innings were only associated for about half an hour in which time 29 runs were scored, and after which the latter was dis- missed with only eight to his credit. Hugh Howell, who was then joined by Davies, continued to be doing almost all the scoring, for he scored 39 out of the first ,50. Davies was rather unfortunate in losing his wicket in a rather un- common way. In trying to play the --Oni,noii a y. ball off Williams he was beaten. The ball struck the pads of the wicket- keeper and. rebounded on to the wicket, and Davies who was out of his ground at the time was rightly declared out. Up till this point the game, although brighter than what is usually seen at Stradey, had not produced any notable achievement. It wras when Vogler went to join Hugh Howell tllat tne play be- came adorned with a much brighter complexion. Surviving an early appeal against liim, the most popular of all the pros which Llanelly have signed during recent vears, soon opened his shoulders to the bowling and scored with an ease and with freedom which was delightful to behold. ,Y1;10 his partner scored seven runs the pro lxad put together 117. THE BROTHERS TRUBSHAW. Vogler received excellent assistance from H. E. Trubshaw anA -N. R. Trub- shaw, wh) in turn partner.^ b jm. The captain, too, was in a good hitting humour, and it did not, take him long to sroro 2.5. He secured in ou-ceessioo—a-rid one 4, while A. R. Trubshaw, who was not out with 21 had i one 6 and three 4's. To accomplish his contribution of 121 it only took Vogler seventy minutes. It will theoofore be seen that he scored with great rapidity. Right from the start he played superb cricket and gave the best exhibition of batting seen on Stradey for many a season. He had completely mastered the bowling of the Plymouth-Merthyr 1 men ,of whom he tried no less than six, anci all were punished in the same manner. His cutting was magnificent, .his driving was hard and vigorous, and his pulling to leg was trualy excellent. He gave a clear indication on Saturday that he is a batsman far above the average in South Wales cricket, and Stradey spectators are now expecting great things from Vogler. BIG HITS. I Htis big hits were three 6's. fourteen 47-R, four 3's and nin-e 2's. The JJlan- elly innings was declared closed alter the score had reached 227 for the loss of four wickets and play having been in. progress for about two hours and a quarter. Plymouth-Merthys were left with about two hours to play when they opened their innings. They ,settled down to some quick scoring off Vogler, but they could do nothing when opposed to E. Gee. Llanelly's left-hander, whose first three overs were maidens, and during which he secured, a. wicket. It is indeed question- able as to whether he shou M have been put on to bowl at the onts.et in view of the fact that he played such a vigorous innings and was not allowed any rest. He was also further handicapped hy an injury to one of his fingers. And this accounts for the ease with which T. Murray was able to lift the pro out 01 the ground for 6 on more than one ocoa-sion. It was only with the greatest difficulty that the batsmen were able to score off Ernie Gee. T. Murray was the only one on the visitors' side to make anything like a respectable stand. but he. fell a victim to a fine break ball off Vogler. The innings closed for 91 runs which were scored in sevonty-five minutes, E. Gee having taken six wickets for 18, and Vogler four for 72. NOT MUCH IN IT. I Skewen were entertained by Raven- hill on Saturday when an enjoyable and keen lv contested game resulted in a win for Ravenhill by five runs, the scores reading: Ravenhill, 40; Skewen, 35. The homesters took first knock, W. G. R. J'(-),hn and D. L. Thomas facing the attack of A. Lloyd and J. Griffiths. Both batsmcMl opened cautiously, and runs came «lowly. With the score at 5. D. L. Thomas fell a victim to a smart catch by M. Thomas off Lloyd, after scoring two runs. tlob Evans, after adding a 'similar number, was clea.n bowled in the same over. W. Jones followed, and unfortunately got, out first ball, which removed the bails after he had played it. John was smartly caught at second slip with three runs to his credit. W. Samuels and Aaron Williams next became associated and brightened matters up somewhat both being caught at long field after having bagged eight and five runs re- spectively. W. G. Walters followed, and settled down to stylish play, with the result that the score increased. Evan Thomas was given out lbw. for four, while Dan Morris and George Evans got one and two runs respec- tively, D. C. Williams, the last man in, being caught on the verge of a boundary for 0, when he seemed likely to bag a decent number of runs. W. G. Walters was not out with seven well earned runs to his credit. For Skewen M. Thomas, i J. Griffiths end A. Lloyd trundled in good style, finishing up with 5 for 9, 3 for 8, and' 2 for 11 runs respectively. SWANSEA FORWARD'S SUCCESS. I The Skewep batsmen could do prac- tically nothing with the excellent bowl- ing of George Evans, the Swansea for- ward, thoir sticks being scattered like chaff before the wind. George, though rather shpky at first, found the spot in his fourth over, and from then on fairly bewildered the batsmen, and finished with seven wickets for six runs, a truly meritorious performance. Dan Morris, who had cruel luck, on many occasions, secured three for 2.3. T. Richard s, J. C'Tement, M.. Thomas, and W. H. Powell batted hest for the visitors, scoring 8, ;3< 4 4 runs respectively. The Raven- hill side has struck a bad patch re bat- ting, and a change for the better will be warml welcomed. Brvnawel will be visited on Saturday. EIGHTY-THREE ALL. Sketty received a visit from Briton- i ferry Town on Saturday at Hendre- foilan. The game ended i-atiivr peculiarly, the result being a tie with 83 runs apiece. There was smart aid- ing on both sides, the homesters shap- ing splendidly in this respect. Slings- by, the Sketty veteran, was in rare form behind the wicket. Sketty had a representative side out, including Mil- L-tourno B. Williams, Dr. E. Morgan. Harold Sweet, and W. Browne. Coun- cillor M. B. Williams knocked up a useful 34, in the course of which he found the boundary on several occasions "at the expense of J. John. Dr. Morgan was second top-soorer with ten. The visitors, with about two hours to bat, made a poor start, hav- ing their first wicket down for two, and had lost the fifth for 15. Sixty- seven was registered for the ninth wicket, and the last found the sides with a score of 83 all. CLYNE RACES. I ?? 1 11 :1 1 under meai cmnauc conditions, tne postponed Whit-Monday race meeting was held at Clyne Villey on Saturday afternoon, when there was a fair attend- ance and some sport. The judge was Mr. J. E. Jones, IN(,qth; L-andicapper, Mr. W. Yeo, Skctty; clerk of course, Mr. Harry Morns, Kittle, Gower; clerk of scales, Mr. W. Tomkins, Llansamlet; I and starter, Mr. E Poole. There were splendid entries in all events, which in- cluded some from Gloucestershire, Here- fordshire, and Oxfordshire, the latter, belonging to Mr. Heratt, of Thame, be- ing a hot favourite for and winner of the one mile open galloway handicap. Saturday's meeting was also not-able for priaos being won locally. Mr. Joe Eaton, of Sketty, won the one mile local galloway with Rosebud, and Mr. Harry Morris, Kittle, Gower, the second-class trotting handicap with Kittle Kit. Fine weather having favoured the meeting, the course was in good condition,, and some of the events produeod keen rac- ing, notably the final of the firass trotting handicap, in which See Ho, be- longing to Mr. Jones, Llanelly, beat by half a length the favourite Lizzie R., owned by Mr. Rees, Llandebie, and the Clyne Vajley Stakes, carried off by Mr. Rees, Caerphilly, with May Day. The latter was a very exciting finish, Mr. Thomas, of Pontypridd, with Miss Pank- hurst, being beaten only by a short head. In this race Welsh Girl, owned by Mr. Lewis, of Neath, threw its rider in the last round, but he was not seri- ously hurt, being able to walk to the paddock. SMALL PARS. n I ??- I,- ivir. Val ironings, tne owansea trainer, is expected here next week with his charge, Kid Lewis. Bowls appears likely to catch on at the Mumbles during the summer sea- son. The new rink is being freely used, and the formation of a strong club is now only a matter of time. Reply to "Sceptical" (Swaneea).- The record score for all fii-st-claos cricket ma-tchcs is one of 918 made by New South Wales against South Aus- tralia at Sydney in 1901. The first- class county record is held by York- shire, who put on 887 agamst Warwick- shire at Edgbaston in 1898.
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I ?- -C 6 I 13dfCi S6 i ITOR. Mr. Walter Gwillim Price, of BuiUh,| so l iictor, who died 13th May last, left estate of the gross va-Jue of £ 4.036 4s. Q.. of which the net personalty has been sworn at Hrl. He left all his. property to his brother, Mr. Charles Arthur Pre, of Pulrose. Builth.
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SENT TO PRISON. 1 I SUFFRAGETTE LEADERS FOUND II I GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY. I JUDGE'S OBSERVATIONS. I The trial of leaders of the .Women's Social and Political Union at the, Old Bailey on a charge of conspiracy to com- mit damage and to incite others to do so, concluded last creiving, all the pris- Oilers being found guiky. Sentences were imposed as follow:— Harriett Robeia Kerr, 12 months; Alice Lake, 6 months; Rachel Barrett, 9 months; Laura Gerakline Lennox, b months; Beatrice Helen Sanders, 15 months; AIlAio Kenney, 18 months; E. G Clayton (the chemist), 21 months; all in the third division. Mr. Justice l'hiliimore, in summing up, remarked that it was one of the saddest trials in his experience of nearly 16 years as a judge, if untrue, what a wiclted and horrible charge. If true, I what a terrible indictment against the accused, and how s&d that in this age mere snouia Oü peopio who coma onng themselves to believe that they were entitled to do such things. How in morals, and how in good practical sense, could such things, if they be true, be justified? It was said that great causes I had n-ever been won without breaking j the law. That might be true of some cases, it was very untrue of others. If they were to go on in that way, as the years and centuries rolled oil, if every recorded act of anarchy was to be used as justification of further aofcs of anar- chy, thch, as history proceeded on its long course, the human rac? w ould reach a position of absolute savagery, and the only chance of salvation would be the ?ubliteration of memory. Religion and Progress. The religion of the world, which had done most to elevate the position of women was Christianity. The religion which had probably done most to repress them was Mahornmodamsm. Christi- anity, in its earliest and purest days, and during the revival of the last 80 years, had always been opposed to acts of outrage and lawlessness. Mahom- medanism was a religion which had been propagated by the sword. This had been described by one able counsel as a case of one sex against the other. His1 Lordship, however, imagined the jury would find that it was not women against I men, but some women against all other women and children, and some men against all other men. His Lordship's summin fe up occupied nearly two hours. The jury retired to consider their ver- rlid. and eventually found all the pris- oners giii Itv, ai-ift they were sentenced as stated above.
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