Shipping Intelligence. WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMBRS. NOTICE.-The Steamers of this Line follow the specified Outward and Homeward Tracks adopted by the leading Liverpool and New York Steamship Com. panles. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENS- TOWN, every WEDNESDAY. -i"P>TTr'T*Vpd. Oct. 2 "TUETONIG Wed. Oct. 16 GEP.MANIC Wed. Oct. 91 BRITANNIC Wed. Oct. 23 Second Cabin will be carried on the voyages marked: thus* Cotton not carried on Passenger Steamers. Steerage passage at low rates, including Outfit free of charge. to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at moderate fares for Saloon and Second Cabin also through bookings to China, .Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further information apply to R. ROBERTS, 23, Town Hill, Wrexham; W. D. JONES, Old Bank, Holy- head; J. W. HALL, 97. George-street, Chester; or of ISM AY hmu; i Co., 10.%Water-street, Liverpool. 95o CUNARD LINE. FIVE AND A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. BOYAL MAIL STEAMERS FROM LIVER. RPOOL, CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. FOR NEW YORK. FOR BOSTON. LLCAIA ..Sat. SEP:. 28 ] CEPHALONIAThnr. Sept. S ETRURIA Sat. Oct. 5 | CATALONIA Thur. Oct. 3 CAMPANIA.Sat. Oct. 121 GALLIA Thnr., Oct. 10 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for First and Second Class Passengers also through to CHIXA, JAPAX, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA. Steerage Passengers to all parts of America and Canada at low rates; those by Boston steamers booked to New York without extra charge. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED 8, Water-street, Liverpool, Or to their Agents: T. CHARLES, The Old Vicarage Brymbo, Wrexham; R. ROBERTS, 23, Town Hill Wrexham R. D. ROBERTS, Estate Agent, Rhyl J W. HALL, 97, George-street, Chester. 261z ABERDEEN LIE to AUSTRALIA via ATenerife and Cape Town 42 in days. THERMOrYLiE Capt. A. Simpson 3,711 tons Oct. 25 AbElIDEE-N; C, ztpt.A. T. Wills.. 3,659 tons Nov. 25 The steamers of this fa vourite Line sail from London monthly taking saloon and third class passengers to TENERIFE. 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ST. JAMES'S (WBEXHAM) v. RHOS.—Played at \Yrexham« I on Saturday, and ended in a victory for the home team. Score RHOS. E Jones, b Inpnian 3 W Jones, c Whitaker, b Griffiths. 5 J G W Saint, b Ingman. 2 D Davies, c Berkeley, b Griffiths. 7 D Jones, b Griffiths 0 W Hufihes, b GriSths. 9 R Let, b Ingman 10 G Lewis, not out 1 WilJes, b Griffiths 0 Foulkes, b Inginan 0 Extras 9 46 WREXHAM. D H Tush, b Lee 30 F C Fitch, bD Jones 4 T C Dodd, cind b Lee 6 W T W Jeffery, not out .10 T Incman, b Lee 2 J A Berkeley, b Lee 0 W Griffiths, b Lea 0 W Coplestou, notou t 1 G Whitaker, did not bat H g Copleston „ G H Wykes Extras 7 (For 7 wickets) 60
I CHESTER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE. Matches I'iy'ci. Won. Lost. Dr'n. Pts. Wrexham. i8 11 5 27 St. Oswald's 18 11 4 3 25 I. liilt 18 11 4 3 25 Tattenhall 18 9 4 5 23 Buckley. 18 8 7 3 19 Moid 18 8 7 3 19 Gwersvllt 18 7 8 3 17 18 4 7 7 15 Saltney 18 2 14 2 6 Hawarden 18 1 15 2 4 WREXHAM V. REST OF THE LEAGGE,-Having won the cup, Wrexham played a team selected from the rest of the League clubs, on Wrexham Racecourse, on Saturday. The weather was pleasant, and there was a good attend- ance of spectators. Wrexham won the toss, and about 12.30 the Rev. L. F. \Yard aad C. E. Willes began batting for them. Tuey remained together a long time, but Ward was at last beaten bv Thorpe, the Saltney bowler, for an excellent thirty. Before the lunch interval, the scoring bad reached over ninety, with two wickeis down, Willes being not out.. During the interval, the Wrexham team, with the secretary, Mr T. P. Jones-Parry, the treasurer, Captain Lock, and the umpire, Mr J. Ellis, were photo- graphed, together with the handsome cup. This was followed by the presentatien of the *cup to the captain of the Wrexham team, the Rev. L. F. Ward, by the Mayor of Wrexham, Mr Charles Murless. Speaking from the Grand Stand, the Mayor said it was a great pleasure to him to present the cup. Any man must be proud of his native town, if, by the ability of his fellow-townspeople, they were able to constitute themselves champions. (Ap- plause.) Especially was that so if they did it in that national game-the game of cricket. (Applause.) He hoped that they would trouble the Miiyor next year to perform a similar function. ) (Laughter and applause.) He then handed the cup to Mr ard, amidst loud cheers.—Mr Ward pro- pusca a vote ot thanks to tne Mayor for presenting the cup. He also thanked the members ot the team for the way in which they had supported him on the field.- Captain Lock seconded the motion, and it was carried, and the Mayor, in respoudiue, referred to the fact that Wrexham next year would be without the Captain, Captain Lock, and Lieutenants Throckmorton and Willes. The crowd had considerably increased when play was resumed at half-past three. Mr Willes was finally beaten by Peters for a grand contribution of sixtv- seven, for which he was loudly applauded. J. H. Roberts left after being in some time for a very useful twentv- two. But the innings which probablv pleased the oil- lookers most was that of E. A. Orford. who hitrighj merrily all over the field, and was still uot out with sixty- four to his credit when the innings was declared closed at 201, with eight wickets down. This score is the biggest the Wrexham team have put together this season. Spencer Reao, the Wrexham professional, is to behearily complimented on the excellent wicket he provided. He has also done finely for Wrexham with the ball, having taken 67 wickets in League matches for 340 runs, giving him the fine average of 5-07 per wicket. The rest of the League went in, and when time was called the score book I showed that they had made fifty-one for six wickets Scores:— VTKEXHAM. Rev. L F Ward, b Thorpe30 C E Willes, b Peters .67 J S HoUing. b Thorpe. 1 J H Roberts, lbw, b HelJ- shall .22 E A Orford, not ont.64 Capt. Fenwick, b Adams 2 J Wilding, b Hemhall. 0 C S McGregor, b Henshall 1 Dr. J A Eyton-Jones, b Thoma.s 5 J H Davies, not out 2 Read (pro.) to bat Extras. 7 Total (for 8 wickets) 201 EEST OE TH8 LEAGUE. E J Huches (Flint), c Or- ford, b Roberts 11 C Stacyer (Chester), b Read 6 Rev. P Gibbon (Chester ¡ St. Oswalds*, not out .20 J P Adams (Mold), bRead 0 D Thomas (Gwersvllt), c Davies, b Roberts 4 T Huckley (Gwersylit), b Roberts 0 J Henshall, (Chester St. Oswalds), b Willes 2 G Grice (TattenhallU E Evans (Hawarden) | „ E B Thorpe(SaltDcy) f ?" J Peters (Buckley) J Extras 8 Total (for 6 wickets) 51
I MARKETS. I I u WREXHAM. CATTLE, Monday.—There was a large supply of stock at market, which met all average trade and there was a good clearance. Beef made from 6d to 6Ad per Ib, mut tou from 7d to 7jd, lamb up to 8id, and- veal of which there was a better supply, fetched from 5iteI tu6ità. There was a train a very large entry of store sheep, which sold well and a clearance was effected. Scotch ewes made from 20s to 23s 6d per head, small cluns from 20s to 27s each, and large cluns from 29s io 37s 6s each. Shropshire ram lambs fetched from JE2 to JE2 15s apiece, and Leicester ram lambs from S2 tof2 18s each. Some good young st-ock was alsu on offer yearling stirks made from £ 510s to S8 per head and bullocks from £9 to JU2 10s. I XHCBSDAI I PI. U. Ra Q White wheat (new), per measure 3 0 to 3 3 Red. •• (oldJ 0 0 to 0 0 Rea. (new) 3 0 to 3 2 Oats (old), II 2 4 to 2 8 (utwi, 1 9 to 2 0 "<" ?'i.ng) „ 0 0 to 0 0 (grmdius).<Foreigu) 3 0 to 3 3 Potatoes per hamper 2 6 to 0 0 Butter, per lb. uf 16uz. 0 11 to 1 0 Beef. perlb. 5 to 9 Mutton, per lb. g to 9 Pork, „ 7 to 9 Veal. 7 to 9 Lamb, per lb. 0 to 10 Fowls, per couple. 2 6 to 3 9 Ducks „ 3 6 to 4 0 Eggs, 12 to 13 for a shilling. I CHESTER. CHESHIRE POULTRY.—Profusion of poultry on offer, both home fed and imported. Fair show of geese from 8s to 9s 6d per couple. Fowls and ducks quotations per couple Chester: fowls 3s 6d to 5s, ducks 5s and 5s 6d; Nantwich fowls 4s to 5s, ducks 4s 6d to 5s Xorthwich fowls 4s and 4s 6d, ducks 5s Crewe fowls 3s to 4s, ducks 4s 6d to 5s 6d Sandbach fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d, ducks 5s Runcorn fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d, ducks 5s Knutsford fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d, ducks 4s 6s and 5s. CORN. Saturday.—There was little or no old wheat on offer, and any of new crop was limited to an occasional sample, the supply at present being small and scarcely sufficient to test prices. Old oats were scarce and brought full rates, few new being on offer. All other grain was in small supply, with very little business pass- ing. The market for Foreign wheat and Indian corn of all descriptions has had a brisk advance since previous market, but closed with an easier tendency. Quotations :—White wheat 3s 6d per 75lbs, new red wheat 3s Od, old red wheat 3s 4d to 3s 6d per 75lbs, new oats Is 6d to 2s, old oats 2s 6d to 3s per 46lbs, beans 5s per 801bs, Indian corn 9s 9d to 13s 6d per 2401bs. CHESHIRE BUTTER AXD EGG.-Buttei and eggs show littte change in price since last report. Supply moderately plentiful. Good average inquirv.-Latest quotations-Chester Butter, Is Id and Is 2d* per lb eggs 11 and 12 for Is. Stockport: butter, Is 2d and Is 3d per b eggs, 9 for Is. Altrincham Butter Is 2d and Is 3d per lb eggs 9 ard 10 for Is. Macclestield Butter Is Id per lb eggs 10 and 11 for Is. Sandbach Butter Is Id per lb; eggs, 11 for Is. Crewe Butter, Is Id per lb; eggs, 11 and 12 for Is. Congleton: Butter, Is Id per 15 eggs, 10 for Is. Northwich Butter Is 2d per lb eggs, 10 and 11 for lq. ?antwich Butter, Is Id and Is 2d per lb; egs, 11 and 12 for Is. Knutsford butter Is 2d per lb, eggs, 10 and J 11 for Is. Runcorn butter Is 2d per lb, eggs 10s for Is. CREWE CATTLE, Monday.—There was a large supply of stock and good attendance of buyers. Prices.-Beef. 5id to qd per lb; mutton 7d to 8d per lb. veaJ, 7d per lb Iambs Os aDd Os each porket pigs 9s Od per score bacon pigs 7s 6d to 8s 6d per score; new milch and calving cows and heifers S13 to .£18 10s each; barrens £7 to iell each; stirks 14 to f7 store pigs 14s to 29s each, store sheep, 30s to 46s each. SHREWSBURY. c.¿- "Sr \u, OiALUr(lay,-ALes,rs W. ii. Browne &, Co. report.- Wheat has been sparingly offered, and former prices have been realised. A few samples of barley have been shown, but no actual business has yet transpired. A great variation in quality is to be expected. Oats have come to hand in good condition. No change in value can be reported. Peas and beans have been more freely offered, but farmers have not been disposed to sell at the low prices now current. Flour has moved slowly. Offals have been firm. Quotations :-Old white wheat 3s lOd to 4s Od per 751bs, new ditto 3s 4d to 3s 6d, old red wheat 38 6d to 3s 8d, new ditto 3s 4d to 3s 6d, old oats 13s to 14s 6d per 22alb, new ditto 9s 6d to Ils per 2251bs, old peas 13s 6d to 14s 6d per 2251bs, old beans 15s to 16s per 2401bs. WHITCHURCH. I t'ria ay.-NA- heat 3s 6d to 3s 8d per 751b bnrley'38:6d to 4s Od per 70 lbs; oats 3s Od to 3s 9d per 751bs; eggs 11 to 13 for Is butter IOd to Is Od per 16 oz fowls 3s Od to 4s 0d per couple; ducks 4s to 4s 6d per couple potatoes per measure Os new 7d to 7d per score beef 6d to 8d perlb mutten 7d to 8d per lb lamb 9d to lOd veal 7d to 8d pork 5d to 7i:1 rabbits Is 6d per couple apples id per lb. 1 ulushrooms Od to Od per lb. damsons Is 6d to 2,. npr m ELLESMEKE. n I Tuesday.-W, hite wheat 3s 9d to 4s Od, red 3s 6d to 3s 8d per 751b new red Os Od barlev 4s Od to 4s 2d oats, 2s 3d to 2s 4d eggs, 11 to 12 for Is butter Is Od to Is Id per 16 oz.; fowls, 4s 6d to 5s per couple; ducks, 6s to 7s Od per couple guinea fowls, Os to Os Od per couple pigeons, Is lOdlto 2s per couple; rabbits,2s Od to 2s 4d per couple- potatoes, 3s 6d to 4s per cwt; carrots, Os Odtto Os Od per cwt ouions, Od per lb; rhubarb, Od to Od per bundle; as- paragrus Od to: Od per bundle gooseberries Od to Od per quart, strawberries Od to Od per quart, black currants Od to Od per quart; cherries Od to Od red currants 10d to Od per lb, mushrooms Od to Od per lb, apples 3s to 4s per cwt' pears 2s 9d to 3s pea cwt, damsons Os to Os per 901bs I OSWESTRY. WEDNESDAY.—White wheat per measure. 3s 6d to 3s 9d; ditto new, Os Od to Os Od; red wheat old 3s 4d to 3s 6d ditto new, Os Od oats old 10s Od to 12s Od ditto new. Os Od to Os Od- malting barley Os Od to Os Od; grinding barley Os Od to Os Od potatoes new 241bs for Is butter per lb Is to Is Od beef 7d to 8d mutton 8d to 9d veal 7d to 8d lamb,9d to lOd pork 6d to 8d; fowls per couple 4s Odto 5s Od ducks 5s Od to 6s Od, eggs 12 to 12 for Is. WEEKLY CATTLE FAIR Wednesday.—This fair proved to be well attended on Wednesdey and the sales were very large. There was a capital attendance of dealers and farmers, and competition was keen, although fair prices were realised all through. Prices ruled about as follows —Beef made from 6d to to 6Ad per lb, mutton 7d to Sd, veal 7d to 7id, and pork 8s to 8s 6d per score lbs. I LIVERPOOL I CATTLE.' Monday.—There were a few less cattle in the market, and they met a fair demand at thefull prices priccs of last week. More sheep and lambs in 'the mar- ket. Trade slow for sheep at lower rates. Lambs in fair demand, and unchanged in value. Beef 1st class 64-d 2nd Sid, 3rd 4d per Ib Scotch mutton 8.3d to 6d per lb; Irish mutton 8d to 5d per lb lambs nd to 8d per lb. Live weight cattle 1st class 33s 6d, 2nd 28s, 3rd 25s 8d per cwt. At market :2,062 cattle and 11,839 sheep and lambs. CORN, Tuesday.—The increase in the visable supply was considerably less than expected, and more than offset the continued Northwestern receipts, which caused the better feeling of last night to become more pronounced, afternoon cables also aiding the upward movement, the market closing at its best with the mojor portion of Mon- day's decline recovered. Little disposition was shown to operate in spot parcels of wheat. and only a small busi- ness was put through, the prices realised being Id lower for springs, while no change was recorded in other descriptions compared with l i lday. Californian options ¡ continued inactive, the only transaction reported being for December delivery, all positions closing about Id dearer than Monday night, with a firm trade. Red American futures were firmly held for id advance at the first "call," and after further improving a slight reaction ensued on more liberal offerings. Subsequently, how- ever, the market again moved upward, and after a good business closed firm at Id per cental advance on the day. East Indian futures were steady at Monday's prices, but no business was transacted.
Sporting News. I ￼ The members of tie London Athletic Club have accepted an invitation to compete in the annual games of :he New York Athletic Club to-day (Satur- I day). I A public meeting was held at Cardiff, on Monday, to consider the desirability ot according Lord Dun- raven a fitting reception upon his return from America. The Mayor, who presided, said that while there was no feeling of unfriendliness towards America, there bad been manifested a strong dis- position to acknowledge the pluck and enterprise of I nis Lordship. The following resolution was adopted That this meeting desire to show in some practical form their appreciation of the repeated efforts made by Lord Dunraven to win the America Cup, and their j admiration of his pluck, patriotism, and sterling character in endeavouring to maintain for British j craft and seamen the premier position among the yachtsmen and navigators of the world." A com- mittee was appointed to give practical effect to the resolution. Mr Rose, owner of the Satanita has submitted a challenge for the America Cup for 1896 to the New York Yacht Club. The international contest between the London Athletic and New York Athletic Clubs took place at New York on Saturday. The English representatives failed to secure a single first place in the eleven events contested. It should be mentioned, however. that the London team cannot be regarded as thoroughly representative, inasmuch as several holders of championships found themselves unable to go. At Manchester on Saturday, the Palatine Handicap was won by Queen of the Chase, the Breeders' Foal Plate by Landmark, the Saturday Selling Handicap by Melodrama, the Prince Edward Handicap by Clwyd. the Eglinton Nursery HandIcap by Diameter, the Gerard Nursery Handicap by Decree Nisi, and the Oldham Plate by Beano. A successful regatta waa held on the Marine Lake at Rhyl on Saturday. There was a very large attend- ance, and the prizes offered by the Rhyl Rowing Club were eagerly competed for. Racing opened at Newmarket on Tuesday, and of j the various events decided the Forty-sixth Triennial fell to Lord Durham's Son o' Mine, the First Nnrsery to Baron de Rothschild's Majestueuse, the Great Foal Stakes to Mr Bassett's Wise Virgin, the Bucken- ham Stakes to Prince Soltykoff's La Toison d'Or, and the same sportsman secured the Boscawen Stakes with South Australian. The annual athletic festival was held at South- port, ou Saturday, and proved more than usually successful.
The Association Football match at Goodison Park, on Saturday. between Everton andHlackburn Rovers ended in favour of the Rovers by two goals to nil. Bury and Sheffield United played on the ground of the former, the home team winning by a goal to nil. Aston Villa beat Derby County at Perry Bar by four goals to one. In division two, Liverpool beat Lough- borough, on the ground of the latter, by four goals to two, and Newcastle United beat Notts County, on the ground of the former, by five goals to one. Several serious accidents in the football field are reported as the result of last Saturday's matches. David Smith, centre-forward in the Preston North End team, had his kneecap fractured in two places Frederick Doig sustained severe spinal injuries in a match at Fallowfield, Manchester, and Alfred Turner had several ribs broken at Derby. All three men i are in hospital. ADWY UNITED v. ERDDM ALBION.—This match was played at Adwy, ou Saturday. Adwy kicked off, and up to half-time the game was vefy even, when the visitors led by two goals to one. In the second half the Albion played a splendid game, and adding three more points won by five goals to one. The Albion team was as follows :—Wright, Flannagin, Davies, Williams, Jones, Bellis. Roberts, Davies, Heath, Wilsou, and Smith. RUABON ALBION V. WREXHAM OLD Boys.-The Ruabon Albion opened their season with a match on Wynnstay Park, the visitors being the Wrexham Old Boys. Both teams played a fairly sood game, and were evenly matched. The home team, however, managed to score a goal in the first and second half, whilst the visitors failed to get through the home defence. The Albion thus won by two goals to nil. Iiuabon Albion T. Davies, goal E. Sicbolas and J. Knight, backs Stubbs, Price, and E. Vaughan, half-backs, E. Jones, H. Williams, J. Cotton, R. Richards, and J. Cartwright, forwards. IRONBKIDGE V. WELSHPOOL.—At WTelshpool, on Saturday. Iroubridge, after a neat run by the left wing, scored easily with a shot from Aston, after twenty minutes' play. Half-time score :-Iro nbridge, one goal; Welshpool, none. In the second half, the visitors had by far the best of the play, the custodian having to clear shot after shot. Jones, the centre forward, from a pretty pass took the second goal. Occasional breaks-away by the home forwards resulted in nothing. Just before the call of time, Evans secured the third point for the visitors. Result:—Ironbridge, three goals; Welshpool, none.
THE WELSH LEAGUE. WESTMINSTER RaTERS V. RHOSTYDLEN VICTORIA.— Played at Gwersylit on Saturday. Rhostyllen, who were late, only mustered ten men. Both teams played in white shirts, and it was puzzling in the extreme to follow the play. Almost immediately the ball was in motion it was sent through the Rhos- tyllen uprights by Arthur Griffiths. Then Rhostyllen got away, and a corner was conceded them, but it came to nothing. The Rovers again pressed, and A. Griffiths again scored for them. A third was shot by W. Pouultney-i brother of the captain of the Rovers-and this was followed by a wrangle, the Rhostyllen men protesting that the ball had gone out of play before it was sent between the uprights, The referee (Ilr Wilkes of Ruabon) upheld his de- cision, and four of the Rhostyllen men walked off the field. Two of them, however, returned, and the game was resumed, Rhostyllen playing eight men. T. Davies increased the Rover,' score to four, and at half-time the result was :—Westminster Rovers four, Rhostyllen Victoria nil. In the second half the Rovers continued to hold the upper hand, and the final result was—Westminster Rovers, seven goals; Rhostylien Victoria, one. Teams :—Westminster Rovers:-Goal C. Jones backs, Randies and Bithell; half-backs, Fisher, Wilding, and W. Griffiths; right wing, W. Poultney, and A. Griffiths; left wing, A. Roberts and T. Davies centre, J. Poultney. Rhos- tyllen Victoria :-Goal, Tompkins; backs, Pevah and Platt; half-backs, P. Roberts, R. Jones, and Mous- low right win, A. Parry left wing, Hewett and A. Edwards centre, C. Edwards. RHOS v. DP.UIDS.—Played at Rhos on Saturday. Owing to the beautiful weather, and the local rivalry that exists between these near neighbours, there was a large attendance of spectators. The Druids began the game, and were the first to show up. but the home team, who were playing with the sun at their backs, soon made it warm tor their opponents, and in the first few minutes obtained a corner and a foul close in, which were got away. Vaughan and Butler relieved with a grand run, and Abel Hughes had great difficulty in stopping their progress. From an attack by Salisbury and Reeves, E. Thomas saved jn-ck under the bar. Matthews made a clever run, giving Vaughan a good chance when near goal, which he put behind. For a few minutes Hughes and Parry were kept fully employed, and it was not until the former had made a huge kick that their fortress could be considered safe. Rhos now attacked vigorously, and after a fruitless corner, Haycocks &nd Hughes made a fine run, and the former putting the ball across the goal, Salisbury headed the first goal for Rhos. From the centre kick the Druids were at it again, Bntler sending in a shot which Edwards cleverly fisted out. Mid-field play was the order of the day for a time, until Jimmy Vaughan secured the ball, and after a dodgy run, getting the best of his more stalwart opponent Abel Hughes, had hard lines in just missing the mark. Alf Lloyd, getting possession from the goal kick, made a good effort to capture the Druid's goal, and was only foiled in the last moment by E. Thomas. Despite the heat the game was keenly contested up to the in- terval, but the score remained unchanged. Resuming Butler, Matthews, and Vaughan were soon busy, but found it very difficult to penetrate the home defence, who had been playing a good game all through. The home team made a vigorous attack on the visitors' goal, and after some exciting exchanges, Salisbury scored the second goal for the home team with a pretty shot. With the score of two goals against them the visitors pulled themselves to- gether, and were on the point of scoring when the ball was fouled. Hayward siopped a dangerous run by Lloyd. T. Davies and Jones executed a clever run, but the latter was beaten by Hughes. A good attempt was made by the visitors' left wing to score, and juat as Davies was on the point of shooting he was deliberately fouled. The referee awarded a penalty kick, which was sent wide of the mark by Jones. The home team after this let off made matters warm for the visitors, and Lloyd was only prevented from adding to the score on the goal line. A few minutes later Rhos were robbed of a good goal owing to one of their players fouling the ball. As time was fast approaching, the Drnids made a final effort to score, and their forwards coming away in grand style, Butler placed a goal to their credit. The result of a hard fought game was—Rhos, two goals Druids, one. The following were the teams:-Rhos: Goal, W. Edwards backs, A. Hughes and Parry half-backs, E. Humphreys, W. Morris, and W. Price; right wing, Salisbury and W. Reeves left wing, Haycocks and R. Hughes centre, A. Lloyd. Druids Goal, E. Thomas; backs, C. Thomas and Hayward half-backs, G. Owen, W. Lloyd, and W. Evans: right wing, J. Vaughan and Butler left wing, T. Davies and E. Jones centre, Matthews. Referee, Mr J. Taylor.
I THE SHROPSHIRE LEAGUE. NEWTOWN v. WELLINGTON.—At Newtown, on Satur- day. The game in the first half was in favour of the Welshmen, Swetenham and W. E. Pryce-Jones (two) securing goals. Newtown led at half-time by three goals to none. Roberts scored for Wellington immediately after changing ends. Final score- Newtown, five goals Wellington, one. OSWESTRT UXITED V. MARKET DRAYTOS. At Oswestry, on Saturday. Play started brilliantly on either side, the home team, perhaps, showing to mora advantage. Watkins drew first blood for Oswestry, but Calston made the game equal, after plucky play. The game was strenuously contested. Drayton scored just on time, and won by three goals to one.
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I bi o L D. ..?-MATKJh.n:-?. !r.r.u i tbc ir ,.? I ??"?heret?' thP '?1'f" ? ?'. 1', v lal' J", evening. There were present &Qn,l>' Hail vice-chanrman, pre.idL • ^V7?Ir Tbo^^y '1 R d 'k '\r \E\ U M. Roderick, Mrs K" ? ???? J? ?v Henry Lloyd Joa??? ?- E'Wri° °f,en.E H Ll d J ￼ H S. I ￼ L'r¡nt> es?rq H. Simon. 'c!erk.-6??"P? Pri?- ? seconded by Mrl'ri?e it w«10"on nf M-P ?Pp!y to the County G?i ?'?-d th??: h d' or the sums due in r?pe? °? ?Y for ?,? ?r). tions,andalM for \?°n ?hol?hi??"?) d 1 h ,Irs I. Xa granted, and :he a!IoS?°'? ?c. f°r ?.?'?'?. d d! '1 or. ""J. h other grants for the v? ? bur.??-?ip, Accounts for the sprm/^j i^1 b d L, s:J.¡r.r were submitted by ? r Parn ,rnidsair.-er 6r- over until the ?o.?y?.??s? '.?? County Governing bodv 'rr R"C=IVD ? ￼ 1 'In. ".0 was carried on ?e??. '??'? -? '? seconded by the Rev Mr JvJ !1 0? Lr E?-'? Local Coverri? ]j0dy ,??fIck r"1 Tbr Im- mediate Education \ct i8fiqeri our corporate capacity a -^y tendl-nee d ￼ In tendence and lu???n?'??'"? ?- ?'? at the Alun Countv ScC?1 Mr George R?.pLrey Simon^f --L?:? secretary, who is a person eti.)) ? 'c'?'? mittee under the ordmarv ru? ? t~ ac: aCrm Art D.ectory. paragraph 9" 2 C?V 1 Lloyd Jones proposed, and the?' p f .-? ?- and seconded, that Mr J. Hau^ fc" Hod 4" ?hitetnar?Che?er. be ?poi???-. ? <7 thirteen months, at a nxed saLrv J&S S with tne addluon of a quarter ? t^ ?? dcn;) and further that Messrs. Prince and ?adm.?ter and the clerk, matv ath. d' ¡ 1 I. th him as to t¡md of attendance. Thi'? ￼ ? h f '1 D' ;'1' t!:ú 10 -On the motion of Mr Priuce.sMo ? ?" ?d t. .d h II lIen it ?sdec.ded that all meetin? ￼ heid at 10.30 a.m. on ?turday ?or??-= ??-: W ADJOURNED SESSION j- I Tuesday.—Joefore Messrs. C p -r 'I'uesdav.-BefGrc-- -)fe-,srij. C. 1) l, ￼ man). W. Lloyd Jones, Captain C F }.¡ íd:u W. Catherall.—At the annual L" I 1 d.S. several renewals were a d journed f0- r'!? ?s:)?. getting certam alterations lequired bv ?''?? c! t lfferent public-houses. Mr .Joh? r,??''?M St. Asaph, acted for the police in t;x "??r. application was made for the licence of 'r4!ljk*n Vaults in the name of Leigh AI?-jnv "VrMvd stated that as arranged at the iHSt m intendent J. Ivor Davies s?v the otJ? ? house, who a grced to attend M ? f'.?"??'cct necessary in the way of sauitaf'.in :l,"h"!&.tlcn intendent Davies ca!kd at the pkc- ? "1'^?' SQ. and he found that :4!t. and he found that it was only upon -hat- alterations were being commenced, ￼ -Ï:JJ" thought that was not courttoa* 1L.cyè: Bench. It was for the owners ￼ au undertaking shat the alter ion"J completed within a reasonab!e tin ? :'ltl bt agent to :\lessr:i Soamcs, \Yrexha.l' th: LoV¡;;¡¡,on agent to Messrs Soames, Wrexha;.?? .?"? that the delay had been owiu? ? -•"nT^ spec:6cations of the work. The. ?-??.?' ￼ have the alterations done in a thor ""h- .,U,;j¡: :c have the alterations doae in a thor?nh?"'?.t"?' "? the work was in hand, and would i: ?'nr' ?'? r..d speedily.—Superintendent Davie, :l-(j Wi:!) ditions, withdrew his objection, aLi th .ccn. granted.—Mr Lloyd stated that :;? ??7?'? W:E licence for the Pied Buii, Penue. v.? ?"??? '? ￼ ￼ the purpose of getting a certain premises made Rush with the fro: o:■a;n?' w- so tnat the poiice could effect a prjp^V. of the hon?e.—The owners ac,,re-? i-j r-i:rl0!> required. The a1tcrations had LR. :n." l' upon, although they could haTc ?-' pieted.—Mr Churton, who appear*. 1 "t !?,??' said that the house had been i:; ￼ ? "small century, He wou.d gjyv 6 that the work should be doue. 1?' '?'? been owing t) the pêoule ￼ "? been owing to the people v, ;?' t wor k to do not completing Z' ever, promise d to do so m':?.-? T'. order had been lven to It'rs D,ie" c- i t or d er had been given to Messrs Davies i-j ￼ Buckley, from whom a 'ettcr Ikai i?d ?'??'? carry out the work at once.—Mr C.h=? -??" 'il..i.1111 they would have to paih the bu.lder-f-V ?.r? could not be kept waiting in that VM'Y. was withdrawn and the renewal ?j.?.j .? -n present tenant, Owm '\VtHia.!us.—IrT.; '? c?t? "'t .Ee ;hat the Railway Inn liucensequcf^.onv. •) b" -¡-4t\: on account of an ob jsction to the fj? -;v¡,¡ now tcld that there was a new t. Ta ccJicfc' made no further objection, and :L, granted to Henry Prince.—With rei%:r-ce Albion Inn, Buckley, Mr Lloyd rc-ark- t-n been adjourned from the last uu-eiii; :j Superintendent Davids to inspect theph.i. ;he"" Mr Hewitt. having added an extra -j Jj premises without authority to do s- Su-irimieLJef Davies had since seen the p,-opcr- ¡ plans, produced, of the place. Heft- :adr.; :l-k::c,ritc the room, and the renewal was Mr Lloyd stated that at the L: t arranged that the superintended: sh etc m owner, as to a certain back-dour o: the Titer .h- II Mold. The owner had been seen, aad i aoschtti*v r u c d to do anything. In cj.se. ?.; H: Ll;v;i -Ai ￼ putting it too strongly, he would :rid :v.cv,i<r I extract from a letter from Mr C..ur; :n:iis=ut- ject:—"Mr Fox has seen mew: TtU.zzn to *j;t f. e police requirements at this hoL:=?. XLZ purposes, it is impossible that he -p door that leads into the yard. which the public honse. and to the ad -aict- n;u;e. ilj clients will give au undertaking that :_i liitk-doc: shall not be used for licensed p.:rpos«. cat xerelj for the purposes of the teuautt. He Ur Llcvd would remind them that at the last S«sicns, :cn were satisfied that a case was mads ou:. :at jtr.aii alterations ought to be made, bu: from ine kr.er. it appeared that it was impossible to item The consequence was, that the police .-culd cci supervise the house. Mr Lloyd hiving described tht house, continuing, said, that every ?.T.?ih:y om afforded for Jmproper trac;ag. ?a ?Htr seen on Sundays standing about :e t: seen on Sundavs standing o u vm:ii who during the six days ou: of were at any rate, not teetotallers. As :3:3 as tilt police approached the entrance the me- stand- ing there acting as sentries, placed sotrte below and a.bove. and as soon as they saw the p:li:e sicLa'.F took place and the persons dect.icpei They ccnid decamp as sasily as it was possible for izything elst to be done. If it was insisted t.:a: th. irawtaci could not be remedied, he said tha: ;L w.< LD-, a fcenst fit to hold a licence, The owners outcb: :o :Jj.lkt such alterations as would render po=s'.cIe for tht police in the execution of their d'y to keep a pope supervision of the house. Constantly t"c:-r.e ticigh: complaints to the police, who ii; t ari the bench for support. If that Cior ao: tai: up it was impossible for the police to d: Anythi_ ng.— Sergeant Jonathan Burton gave evidence He that he had often seen men con^recatei it the back entrance of the Upper Vaults. He met them cominc down the passage, and in reply aid tcld witness that they had been to 1-r.ianar. •veu marine store dealers. He knew J: reason jjay men should be at Brannans on Sv.tiiays. xhey wert men who frequented the Upper Vault: on .veek- days, and were fond of drink. He never sr.v tfcesi in the passage on week days. T.,¿rè ••"•Ai every con venience for the men to avoid df.ectiou. And impossible, as things were at prt-ent. t.r :ne piiict" to catch them. What was askei for io such alteration made as would :¡¡ ? -?? ? :6 thing being continued.—Cross-?xam:?;? by Charton The passage is used by ->:fcer Brannan's property may be above it. c coplt (I:, bring their ashes, ic., through the entry. cm act en Sundays. (Laughter.)—After he .ring :d¡'¡;: ton's evidence, the Chairman stated t.i; were divided in opinion, but the nia: -v vtcre favour of not renewing the liccz-ce -he dODI complained of was closed.—Mr Cuartou siii that Jx house was a very old one, and dure hac dD anything wrong done there. It nad been I'.attJ -fl" there were men about the place on Sanciys. Itr was no evidence to prove that the; had -icx anon: was all imagination. It was a redecsrn ntcn £ ■- police of the district to say that cht-y ecu.d nL. with the house, and were unable :c say ^nt- offence had been committed. He askea CCDL!) .W give his clients a trial. They were t'repaitd tc give an undertaking that the ;O Ù. :1 l e; constantly closed, and only used f -r the yzrpc^e? c- carrying the refuse from the ashp.rs, aaa -pen iine- That could not be done on Sundays.—Tne Chairniin Can Mr Fox control the tEn: Cntu'.cn Yes.—Mr Lloyd It is the passage tn > plain of.—Mr Churton: If vou like I undertaking that the door sh?ll net bi :???d ￼ out givisg notice to the police. The -,henl selves can either bar the door or :1;Ün i; ??' As ￼ erds the door to Mr Brannans premises, tnt Chairman asked whether they could aLn ??- for,;al to be fastened on Sundays also —Mr F,-? I '? Mr Brannan.— Mr Brannau sub?uen: ?'?? ￼ conrt, and said he?s wHling to have L: •jcr Lie on Sundays. The property belonged ? _:õ (-I.Oint': but he was the tenant.—Mr Churton c.yyr ￼ taking thai he would get the con=em 01 M- r5r.an^1 the owner. to this effect. and the reuewa. wasiai- adjourned for a fortnignt for this to be .2. I KINNERTON. Tu H T "k ,;lL! THE HARVEST THAXK?.IVI?' ?RVIC? TOIK on the 19th inst. The service was in::?-=? 1; Rev. J. C. Trampleasure, the ies?jas bc.nc r?l1-8,!v. the sermon preBched by the Rrv- H. H '.??" Precentor of Chester C?thedr?' The .?rct) very fnl!,?nd the sermon listened to ?-? ?' ￼ attention. The church w?s tastpruUv ?.j-cd ?'")-. corn, vegetables, fruit, Rndaower. Me"? CC,I'?inFE Beckett, and Dodd allowing the ?se of -c=c cf pot plants for floral display. The decoi.?;?. ￼ pot plants for floral displa?Tl-.e the superintendence of the Rev. J. C. ïrJ.¡pleanl included Mrs Trampleasure Mrs Pietson :?? M.-? ￼ Cannon, Kinnerton Hall; MissD?i?. T:? W" i Mise M. Davies, The Corner; Miss ^•y:cr' a Miss E. Roberts. The collection uas the Rossett Medical Charity and Infirmary.
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