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THE CELTIC CHARACTER. I

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT PLASPOWER…

THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

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MR. BIRCHAM ON THE BOARDING-OUT…

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

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THE WELSH CUP. I

THE WELSH LEAGUE. I

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WEEXHAM AND DISTRICT SCHOOL…

SHROPSHIRE AND DISTRICT LEAGUE.

SHROPSHIRE JUNIOR CUP.

THE LEAGUE.

I AN OLD WREXHAM FOOTBALLER.

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I AN OLD WREXHAM FOOTBALLER. Ben Lewis, like his compatriot "Billy," is an ardent Welshman, and a good specimen of what Wales can turn out in the way of football talent. A native of Wrexham, he commenced his football career there about a dozen years ago. He soon found his way to Chester, and after playing a few good games for the city team he joined the ranks of Bootle, and with them won the Liverpool Senior Cup medal. He was induced to join the Chester team at a time when the club was at the zenith of its prosperty, and he played for them two seasons, and won the Charity Cup medal in the memorable match in which Chester defeated Northwich by five goals to nil. Ben returned to Wrexham after this, but only played for one season. He next joined Middlesborougb, and after plaving a season for them rejoined Wrexham. At the commencement of the present season Ben threw in his lot again with Chester, and has so far rendered them very able and consistent services. Strong, tricky, and reliable, and a very hard worker it is seldom his fault if a match is lost. Ben formerly played inside left for Chester, but he now figures on the outside right, in which position he displays equal facility. Ben has also rendered his native country good service, having been selected for international matches seven or eight times.-Liverpool Express

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