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FOOTBALL.

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FOOTBALL. ABERYSTWYTH v BUILTH. On Saturday the Builth eleven visited Aberyst- wyth, the encounter b in? a friendly one. There was a fair attindance on the Vicarare Field, hut, the atmosphere being fro > y, the ground wa9 like ir,1!1 and retarded somewhat the movements of the players. The bomestere. defended the 1, anl road end and had to face a very briglt snri during the fir«t halt. Thesiait was no sooner Mgnalled than Groan got possession of the leatlur, passing to Dewi Ellis, wh) launched a "pleudid slut at long rmge right into the goalkeeper's hands. Ttv visiting left wingers shortly aft rwards made an effort to obtain an advantage, bat were bnnlk d by W. Davies. Following a tbrow-in in favonr of the town, the goal-keeper was compelled to meet another another first-rate shot from Dewi. With good com- bination by the home forwards, J. H. Edwards wrested the concession of a corner from Builth men. Rea placed the shot, but Lloyd managed to relieve. Soon there was a taste of the talent of Morris, who had worked OTer on to the extreme right wing, fro m which position be made a beautiful centre, hands being the outcome. A good try by the homesters to shove the leather between the posts was unsuccess- ful. A nice shot by Rfa the goalkeeper caught, and subsequently one of the visiting halves slipped away, but he was soon dispossessed. J. F. Jones and Dewi Ellis then got on the rampage, and Whistley saved from them. Fed by Rea, Morris placed a twister into the goalkeeper's hands. Afterwards the visitors returned the ball we 1 into the home qoatera, but it ultimately got ever the boundary line. W. Davies having cleared from the visitors a good pas. from Whistley, Owen was pretty smart on, and scored the first goal for his side. This was the only point scored in the first half. When the game recommenced, Owen secured the leather, but his shot for the home uprights went a little wide. No sooner was the ball in motion than Eadie passed to Whistley, who waa declared off side. Sometime la#er. Morris was ti be credited with an exquisite header into the goal mouth, but disaster to the visitors was averted. Then the visitors took the lead, Owen obtaining the leather, but his career was soon cut short by W. R. Jones. Morris having livened things np with a long oblique shot for the goal, which, however, crossed the mouth, Lewis tatica were spoilt by George Evans, but in a minute or so W. Davies permitted a corner. The ball was well placed, but Eadie, in trying to get it through, skied, and it landed on the top of the net. Helped by Rea, J. F. Jones had an opportunity, a shot of his going over the cross-bar. A fast ron by Robertson for the visitors ended in a shot, which was quickly returned by W. Davies, and Dewi taking possession, put a lightening shot between the posts, the first Aberystwyth goal being thns obtained. More pressure by the town succeeded, with one or two able centres from his wing by Rea, which were not done justice to. Before the game concluded, Green dit- tinquished himself with a long range shot. Final score, one each. The teams were as follows: ABERYSTWYTH. Goal, Rumsey Williams backs, W. R. Jones and D. Edwards half backs, Green, Davies and G. Evans; right wing, J. F. Jones, and Dewi E'lU; centre, Morris; left wing, Rea and J. H. Edwards. BUILTH. Goal, Davies backs, Hampton and Howell; half backs, Whistley, Bnrns, and Lewi*; rigbt wing, Parry and Eadie centre, Owen left wing, Robertson and Lloyd. The 1 nesmen were Messrs T. Hughes and W. Evans (Builth), and the referee was Mr J. Garner. CONGREGATIONAL UNITED v. CITY, ROVERS. A return m ,teh was played between thejabove teams on the ground of the former on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the United by six goals ti one. T. Meredith, W. Hughes, and W. Jones, were the scorer for the winners.

WEL^H SENIOR LEAGUE.

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THE LATE MR WILLIAM LEWIS.

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THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

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