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THE LATE BISHOP SMYTHIES.

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IWRECK OF A SAILING SHIP.

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THE ANGLO-CONGO AGREEMENT.

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WATER-POLO AT PENARTH. I The public baths on Penarth Esplanade, Oluminated with the electric light, switched on through the courtesy of the Pier Company, were crowded on Thursday night for the purpose of witnessing a fancy natatorial display by Miss Beckwith and troupe, and a polo match between the members of the Newport Swimming Club. Mr O. J. Wernett (Newport) officiated as referee, and the teams" fielded to as fol- lows :—Captain Lane's team-Goal, Heybyrne backs, Dickson, Knight, and Williams; forwards, E. C. Lane, Johnson, and Brickley. Captain Grant's team-Goal, G. Hewins baoks, D. Rees, Lloyd, Freeguard forwards, rw aterfield, G. M. Grant, and Evans. In the first half Line landed a goal, and when "no side sounded D. Rees and 5. Grant had each secured a goal for their side. Brickley, had, however, to retire at half-time through being seized with cramp. A very interesting open handicap to amateurs, ander A.S.A. rules, was initiated by Mr J. Owen. Three silver medals were offered as prises by Miss Beckwith. The distance was four lengths, and the race was contested in heats, the winners of each being Messrs J. Allcock (Saltmead), J. Williams (Penarth), H. Hayes (Penarth), and P. Jones (Swansea). The last-named accomplished the distance in the remarkably smart time of Imin. 50 4-5secs. In the final stage a grand and exciting finish resulted in a dead heat between Hayes and Allcock, J. Williams being a good third. In the run-off Hayes caught the judge's eye first, just securing the victory by a short head. Another handicap is being formed for to-morrow (Saturday).

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