??. ?S ?\ /?\T I D C D??D?rc IT') A /? IT' '????J?'E? t?? J& ? ? ? ?H.? ( H r? ? r?t I r? ? ? ( r' ?'?C ? MBB? "af? -? m J? ? ? JL\ 0 i \-?i.\ 1 tJ' 1 /?\?LLt.. S!)§!? M _j. ,„,„, -== ¥.li.1I5 Mr Matthew Ryan. ) AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT (lG years with the iat-e Mr Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer), General Certified Badliii uader the Law of Distress Amendment Act, EngAaaid and Wales. ii HYI?N- is pre-paxf-d to -ur&-rtake Sales -N ric 11 and Vaduations 'Ln any diz-t t, a,13o Inventories to on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years lie has been employed on valuation at "leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six counties of Wales, and elsewhere; also has arranged some of the beet Sales in these counties. Highest references given. Prompt settle- ments. i TT *■ iTiJTA Q'L1 (.Nearly opposite tbe A. U VJ L -L j~ O -L • Uaiiway JstaCian). Telephone r/j. LLANDUDNO. Mr. S. Johnston, 1 AUCTIONEER, HOuSE AGENT, ALOER, INSURANCE AGENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT. COLWYN BAY. ,kLES BY AUCTION of I-iOU6ES, PUR?NL- TURE, STOC]il FIX'CURI,S, Etc., on s Business-like lines. Prompt Settlements. Certificated Bailiff (Law of Distress Amend- ment Act). Rents collected. Sale Room—Commodious and Easy of Access. Telephone 119 (with extension to Uec dence). Late Advertisements. WANTED, early in September, for Lon- don, a good General; three in family; Nurse kept.—Apply, Mrs S., 7, Belie Vue- terrace, Rhyl. EXPERIENCED General Wanted.—Apply, Mrs Turner, 29, High-street, Rhyl. ANTED, for October, in Country house, near Denbigh, superior Plain Cook, country bred, .manage small dairy, bake and ■wash; good character essential; family small; wages, £ 16—= £ 18.—Address, ''G.E., "Pioneer" Office, Cohvyn Bay.
PROPOSED liEGATTA FOR RHYL. -etino, was held at the Toy,n A mt 11 Hal ilyi, bn I'Li-esd-ay e-enlng, for the pur- pose of considering the question of organising a town's regatta, the fixture having been r abandoned some years ago, and the balance of the fund was retained in the bank. Last year a gala was held on the Marine Lake, but it was run on independent Imts. There "was a large attendance, Captain Wilders being voted to the chair. Mr J. Garnett was elected lion, secretary pro. tem., and it was stated that the balance in the bank that day ;was = £ 11 10s 3d. A discussion arose as to the fixture, and it was suggested that another £ 20 was required before anything couid be done. As regards the programme suggest;ons wore made that there should be yacht races off the pier in the mornin.g of September 3rd, with a. race for the 12-ft. centre board yachts on the Marine Lake with rowing and swimming events in the afternoon. Mr Lowe (who was secretary of the gala last vear) asked whether it was not possible to amalgamate the two committees. The gala had some £ 16 in hand, and if two fixtures were run this year both would pro- bably be failures. Mr J. Pierce Lewis proposed that steps be taken to amalgamate the two committees, with a view t-o holding yacht races in the sea in the morning and a gala at the Marine Lake in the afternoon. Mr L. Morgan, on behalf of the lessees of the Marine Lake, said he was in a position to sav that a cup would be provided to re- place the Law Challenge Cup, which had been :won outright, and that prizes would also be forthcoming for gala events on the lake. It was then decided to ask Mr Lowe to call the Gala Committee for Wednesday even- at an hour earl'Ier than the Re-atta M initt-ee met and lthat st4eps be tak-e'n t-o amalgamate the two committees. 'a-e ni-eetino- then -adi-ourn-ed until W-ednes- da,y e-?'enlirg.' Th-o adjourned %vas Itel?d .,Ia. t c?vening, s ,when (?apt. F<>rbeo r?Wrted tbu a ni-,?ng of the Gala Committee had been held, when it was Stated that the committoo had cioeided to amaL gamate with the Regatt.a Committee, and to merge the kinds in on3. It was decided to caJ/1 the fixture the Rhyl Regatta and Lake Carnival. The two committees as amalgamated then pro- ceeded to business, Capt. Forbes being elec- ted chairman, Capt. Wilders vice-chairman, with Mr J. D. A -her as secretary, and Mi W. H. Johnson treasurer. A committee was then appointed of those present, with power to add to their number. It w«M decided to a«k Mr W. J. P. Storey to ibe commodore, and Mr A. Rhydwen Jones a-, presides t. After discuyion it was deeidod to abandon the sea races for this year, and to start opera- *.ions mxt it ve-%r. w-, -b a -vi-c??w to hold?nz a seoa. regatta early next sea,son. With regards to the Lake Carnival, it was decided to hcid it on Tburrday, September 1st. Mr J. Roberta Jones, Capt- Wi.'dors, Mr M. Hughes. Mr J. Pierce Lewis, and Mr Gannett. Officials wore then appointed..
TENNIS. PWLLHELI TOURNAMENT RESULTS. The summer meeting of the Pwllheli Ten- nis Club was concluded on .Friday. The re- sults were:- Andrew's Challenge Cup (Gentlemen's Singles).—Seani-tinal: R. C. Willoock, Wol- verhampton, beat A. P. Pereira, 6 3, 6 3; James Lees, Hevwood, beat J. G. E. Verrail, .Worthing. 6 2, 6 8, 6 3. Final: R. C. Will- oock James Lees, 6 1, 6 3. President's Challenge Cup (Ladies' Sin- gles'.—Semi-final: Mrs Thatcher, Newport, beat Miss E. M. Edwards, OsTvestry, 7 ,5, 6 4; Mrs Macaulav, Hampton Hin, beat Miss N. Hall, Birmingham, 6 0, 6 1. Final: Mrs Macau lay, 3 4, retired. Gentlemen's Doubles (open).—Semi-final: C. A. and A. E. Bolter, Ealing, J>eat Bye- croft Roberts, Eardisland, and V. H. Pem- ôbridge, 6 4, 6 2; W. G. Thome and H. G. Thatcher, Newport, boat A. MonUerrat and C. H. Thomas, London, 6 2, 3 6, G 1. Final: C. A. and A. E. Bolter beat Thome and Thatcher, 6 2. 3 G. G 1. Gentlemen's Singles Handicap. — Semi- final: W. G. J. Tan-all boat R. B. G. Chase, 6 1, 6 0; A. Stephenson. Grimsby, heat T. H. lunks, 6 4, 6 4. Final: A. Stephenson beat Verrall, 3 6, G 2, 6 2. Gentlemen's Doubles Handicap. Semi- final F. R. Tunks and A. Pereira boat V. H. Pem bridge and H. M. Rrailsford, 9 7, 6 4, James Loes and H. J. Patterson, Knowle. beat C. A. and A. E. Bolter 4 6, 6 3. 0 2. Ladi.es' Double Hand'cap. — Semi-final: Miss Morton, Manchester, and Miss Broad- hurst, do., beat Miss Hall, Birmingham, and Mi as Edwards. Oswestry, 6 3, (i 4: Mra Grose and Misis Burrows beat Mrs Mon- 6 her rat and Miss W. Jones, 6 0. 6 4. Final: Miss Morton and Miss Broadhurst beat Mrs Groae and Miss Burrows, 7 7, 6 4. Ladies' Singl-ee (openC—Filial: Miss Cooke beat Miss Edwards, Oswestry, 8 G, 2 6 6 4. 1 Mixed Doubles Handicap. —Semi-final: R. C. Wil.'cock and Mrs Macaulay beat W. G. Thome and Mrs Alcock, G 2. G 1; D. K. Kingston and Mrs Grose t.t Miss Morton, Manchester,, a^d K- E. A. Ck-eesex, Dulw ic*h- Pinal D. K. Kingston and Mrs Grose beat Wfllcoclc and Mrs ALacaulay, 6 2, 3 6, 6 a.
CRICKET. I LLANYCHAN V. MOSTYN PARK. -'hef i te-,Lmi niet -aLt ;Nl?c)styri Park on gat,urday. Scor+,i:- I LLANYCHAN. C. C. Mott b J. F. Cocker 6 R. O. Jones b Watson 0 A. J. Mott b Cocker 14 A. C. Roberts c R. W. Roberts b Cocker 6 W. C. lione6 c Hopwood b Watson 7 J. Edwards c and b Watson 0 R. c and' b R. Jones 5 J. S. Jones b Wat-gon 0 C. F. Armor Ibw b Watson 5 J. Hughes c Rhydderoh b Watson I 11. II. Bleacklev not out I. 0 Extras 19 Total 63 MOSTYN PARK. T. Ingham c and b J. Edwards 2..) R. W. Roberts b W. C. Jones 50 E. lievinguxn c A. C. Roberts b A. J.Mott 23 J. Ingiis b A. T. Roberts 11 J. F. Docker not out. 5 Watson o A. J. Mott b W. C. Jones 1 C. S. Sabin, C. J. H. Adams, W K Rhyddiercih, and R. J. Jones did not bat. Extras 5 Total (for 5 wkts.) 123
LLANDUDNO v. EARLESTOWN. LOCAL ELEVEN'S SPLENDID RECORD. The Llandudno Cricket Club have had a most successful season. On Saturday, on their own ground, they defeat-ed Earlestown, and recorded their fourteenth win of the sea- son. They have only lost two matches, and drawn one. There was a large number of people present to witness the game, and some interesting cricket was seen, the outstanding feature being a capital irmings of 67, which G. C. Tripp secured for the home team. Earlestown, batting first, were disposed of for a total of 82 runs, but the local clever would ha-ve fared badly in the batting de- partment had it not been for the magni- ficent effort of Tripp, for with the exception of ll. D. Elliott, who knocked up 19, all the rest of the Llandudno IItell acquitted them- selves ratlier poorly. The following were the soore.3 EARLESTOWN. G. Marsh b. Howel Jones 9 J. Crawley c. and b. Hartley 0 W. H. Crabtre-e c. Hartley, b. Elliott 37 F. N. Clare b. Hartley 0 G. B. Leigh c. Farrington, b. do 9 J. T. Hatbon b. Elliott 3 W. L. Hewitt b. Hartley 4 A. Harrison c. Tripp, b. do 2 J. F. Rcade c. Elliott, b. do. 0 E. Unsworth not out 3 P. Macklin e. Elliott, b. Hart- ley 0 Extras 15 Total 82 LLANDUDNO. G. C. Tripp c. Leigh, b. Marsh G7 A. Halstead b. Unsworth 1 D. R. Taylor b. Marsh 2 C. N. Jones b. do 2 C. F. Farrington b. do 0 H. D. Elliott b. Macklin 19 F. Fouids c. Crawley, b. Marsh 2 Howel Jones b. do 0 J. E. Hobson not out 2 A. Turner absent 0 Hartley b. Marsh 0 Extras 0 Total 95
—————————— LLANRWST CRICKET CLUB. I The following are the averages of the playing j members of this c-lub for the season:— Name of Not Most in Player. Iiuis. out. Runs. Inns. Aver. Or ton 20 4 609 86 36.06 A. Oartar -15 1 160 23 11.42 L. O. R. Asbioy. 19 2 208 37 10.94 J. Jenkin3 16 3 129 26* 9.92 T. Owen 13 2 84 28 7.63 N. Rogers Joner, 13 0 97 16 7.46 D. Rogers Jones 9 1 35 9 4.37 G. W. Roberts 11 2 19 14 2.11 UNDER SEVEN INNINGS. N of Not Most in Player. Inns. out. Runs. Inns. Aver. T. Latimer Jones 4 1 62 29* 20.5 A. E. Ellis 6 -1 101 58* 20.2 W. Roberts 5 0 40 30 6.6 J. O. Jones 6 1 28 17 S. ii Rev. D. A. Llovd 4 0 15 8 3.75 W. Lloyd Roberts 5 1 13 5* 3.25 Ivy Garrard 4 0 -15 11 3.25 B. Hayes 5 0 16 9 3.20 BOWLING AVERAGES. Orton 233 30 690 77 8.83 L. O. R. x\sh!ev 84 16 201 21 9.57 J. Jenkins 190 27 532 51 10.43 T. Owen 54 7 160 13 12.30 A. Carter -15 2 78 5 15.60 B. Hayc-s 30 3 152 7 20.28 .No out.
GOLF. Rosy PROSPECTS FOR WELSH MEETING. Entries for the Welsh championship meeting, which opens on the links of the Swansea Bay Club at Jersey Marine to-day closed on Saturday, and although the entry is not quite its numerous as had been anticipated, there is every prospect of a very successful gathering. South Wales clubs have as usual come generously to the sup- port of the Union, the following having decided to send teams to represent them in the team 0I)alrlp,ou-?ll* yal Portlicawl. S%van.4?.,a Bay, ? ip event:Ro laniorgansh"lro (pre&-nt holders), Radyr, Southct-ndown, Ashburnham, Brecon, Newport, and Barry. The hope was also held out on Saturday nigut that Rhyl would also be represented. For the individual events, all the Welsh cracks have en- tered, including Messrs John Duncan, Geo. ilen- v.-iek, jun., James Hunter, and others. The un- avoidable clashing of the Aberdovey Club's sum- mer meeting probably accounts for the small entry from the North, although Sir Richard Wii. liams-Bulkcley, Bart., Dr. Permewan, and Mr Percy Rrundritt are among the entrants.
An account of the Exchequer receipts from April 1st to August 21st this year shows that receipts from revenu-e amount-ed to £ 84,353,061, as compared with £ 49,990,578 during the corresponding period of 1909. Considerable secrecy is being maintained as to the hour at which the "Meg-antic," on which Cripprn and Miss Le Neve are return- ing to England, will arrive in the Mersey, and as to whether the prisoners will be landed from a tug or dircct from the liner. There is an appalling death roll as the I result of the forest fires in America. The number of victans is said to be 150. It is dcc^red that the tires w-ere started by squat- ters seeking to r-evenge themselves on the for«.st rangers, with whom they are con- tinually at war. 1
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BOWLS. THE RHYL BOWLING CLUB. The greens at the Marine Lake have proved v.ery pol-?u?ar witl v'L?itors th' tha is a.-id attendance establishes a record. The ground has been kept in excellent, condition, and the commit:oe and hon. socretary of the chib (Mr T. Clwky) have done all they possibly can to provide recreation for their patrons. Last week- end a match was organised between residents nd v*,?3' tors. It was :ii no way a e?ub a-xtum, ,Ls an y <),' tlio iiiem?-2? at i?Lbeyt-, to enter, while the visitors arranged a team among tiaom- selves. It resulted in a win for Rhyl by 33 runs. scores were as follows:— RHYL. T. Jones 15 E. A. Wood 15 T. Clewley 15 E. Mastoy 15 E. K. Miller 15 F. Roberts 15 G. Ii. G rat ton 15 H. T. Roberts 15 Jas, Evans 12 J. Pierce Lewis 13 E. P. Williams. 7 W. J. Simoox 13 E. Davies 15 W. Gunner 10 Jno. Williams 12 D. McLennan 15 Total 217 VISITORS. S. Ankers (Stoke- on-Trent) 6 C. M idd,oton( Wiln l- stow 6 M; J. Ba'? ?,ortli (lj,.Ud- dersfield) 14 Z War die (Hud- dorsfield) 14 S. Thompson (Man- chester 13 P. Dobbins (Chas- ter 13 F. W. Nelson (Shef- field 8 S. Wilde (Hyde) 6 E. Bowea (Aston) 15 J. C. Clarke (Wyloe Green) 15 T. Hey II udders. field) 15 J. F. Johnston (Sheffield) 15 W. Smith (Stock- port) 15 F. Catlow (Denton) 15 W. Catlow (S'ock- port) 9 Total 184 We understand that the return match with ,Staf?l*o,-d-?,h-'re C?,unty lias be,n arranged for at I ,?,ii-yl oTL-?cpte-inbe-r 5th, a,iid t!ilt oi Septe.-iibe.- 12th RJJyl play the returit with Wrexham.
INTER-COUNTY BOWLING MATCH. The Denbighshire bowling' clubs contemplate chahenging the Flintshire clubs to an inter- count v match on the Denbigh Royal Green next month. It is proposed to select the Denbighshire team from the Wrexham, Colwyn Pay, Ruthm, Denbigh Asylum, and Denbigh Royal Clubs. The Denbighshire clubs have also been invited to take into consideration the following resolu- tion to be submitted at the next meeting of the Denbigh Royal Club: "That a bowling league be. formed for North Wales, and that the follow- ing clubs be askod- to appojit two representatives ro meet early in the autumn to discuss further details as to the formation thereof, namely, Wrexham. Rlltb'n, Rhyl, Mold, Colvvvn Bay. Chester, Denbigh Asylum, and Denbigh Royal)"
FOOTBALL AT LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. It is unders'cod) that gT&a.t things aro to hap- pen in. the football world at Llandudiao Junction this season. Two teams are to be run, one in the North Wales Coast League, Sorrior Division. and the other iii-the Junior Division of the same. League. Their ground is to be at Woodlands, and if the enthusiasm which prevails locally is any guarantee, the gates should he Jargie enough to enable both teams to keep their heads weil above water.
FOCTBALL PROSTECTS AT CONWAY. The prospects for the coming season, as far Conway is concerned, are anything but brigl-.t. The fact that two teams have been formed at Llandudno Junction would have materially affect- ed the gates if a senior team had been form. d at Conway this season, and as the majority of t°e hrst team men had signed for the Llandudno Junction club before the end of the last season, it is not to be wondered at that the onco for- midable Blues will not turn out this seascrri. Tho Conway Celts have, however, decided t< enter the Western Section of the Second Division of the North Wales Coast League. They hav. secured the grounds of the old club on tin- Morfa, and arc hoping for a good season.
RUTHIN FOOTBALL CLUB. ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE SEASON. Mr C. W. Hunt, of H.M. Prison, presided over the annual meeting of the Ruthin Foctba Club, on Wednesday Jayt week, when there was a representative attendance. The balanoe-sheot for th-a past reason shovv<;<| a balance in the bank of 3a 3d, but liabilities exited amounted to E4 Is 7d. It was decided to form a club for the coming season. Mr H. 11. Springmami. Brynmair, w,a.s re-o.eoted president. Tho following were elected vice-pro,identic: Messirs Stanley J. Wey- man, Colonel Cornwallis West. Colonel R. Gr" ?on E',Ii:s, S. G. Gr-e??Lion FLis, Sir FANvard Loyland, 11-o' n. Ortrisby C?om, M.P., CaTit-all, Theodore Rouw, Captain Jenkins, Messrs G. Cornwallis West, E. Tcgid Owen, R. V. Johnson, J. Cropper, lyennuel R. Davie.31 E. S. Our rev, E. O. V. Llcyd, and A. Hough. The following were appointed a committee:— Messrs J. Rice Jones. C. W. Hunt, Bonner Thomas, F. Goodwin, Dick rlhow.a.s. J. E. Randlei-, J. Ketteringham. D. Thomas, E. H. Jone*, E. Atkinson, J. Roberta and R. H. Williams. Mr Oswald Thomas was appointed treasurer, and Mr Jack HaywarJ. Ivy House, Ruthin, secretary. Messrs Lloyd Denton and W. A. Evans were elected captain and vice-captain respectively- The question -of joining a league and cup com- petitions was referred to Mr R. II. Wiliamji to report upon at the next meeting. Hearty thanks were voted Mr Roger Wil- 1.* tYL-3 for h'i ,vork a6 %cr,3t4.ti- 'urili?, t'le palt ?y I -?Ir Huit wa,:? a,z?o tl?-arikc-d for L-we-
LLANRWST FOOTBALL CLUB. ANOTHER SEASON'S PROGRAMME. Th(- aiin i of 'he blanrwst uzL L? Football Club was 1,.e!d at, tl-a Town i?ah' on Wednesday evening, t. h-o following being pre- sent:—Rev. Jemltin Jone3. Messrs G. R. Jones, Dennis R. Jones, E. M. Jones, Norman R. Jones, R. Thomas, D. Jones, W. Roberts, A. Carter, Hun.phrey Roberta R. E. \v illiarns, W. Owen, W. Thomas, W. O. Evans, A. Richards, J. Williams, G. J. AJIsupp, R. Jones, H. Ro- berts, Francis Williams, Gronville Jones, E. Gnihths, Ivy Gerrard, R. Jones, and W. Keen. Mr G. R. Jones was elected to the chair. The balance sheet showed a dofieit of f:7 lis id with assets amounting to £ 6 15s 6d, leaving an actual dchcit of only 15s 7d. Ihe statement of accounts was approved. Mr L. O. R. Ashley, J.P., was elected presi- dent for the year, the following being appointed on the Executive Committee:—Rev. Jenkyn Jones, Messrs G. R. Jones, J. G. Ailsupp, E. M. Jones, G. H. Williams, Robt. Thomas, Thomas Tf-omaa, Dei Thomas, and W. Keen. Mr Normals Rogers Jones was re-elected hon. KCrotary, and Rev. Jeiikin Jonee, hon. trea- surer Mr Dennis Rogters Jones was chosen captain, and Mr Arthur Richard* vice-captain. It was decided to join the North Wabs Coast League, but feme objection was made to bhe m- clusion of LloChid Swifts and Pwllheli, mainly owing to the d:Manoo of their playing venues. It was also rceolved to enter for the Junior and Amateur Cups.
According- to tho "Portsmouth Evening- News" the Admiralty have decided to build, probably at Portsmouth, a, motor-driven battleship with internal combustion engines, which will ren- der all the j fremiti Drea-cLioughts of all powers obsolete. Farmers in Lincolnshire are £ aid to be strongly in favour of sugar-beet growing in tliat county. They a-re prepared to subscribe to the erection of a uar factory. The "Pioneer" is neoojrnised as one of the most popular new rpaj^rs in the Principality. Splendid medium for advertisers.
RUTHIN FIRE BRIGADE SPORTS. A GOOD PROGRAMME IN BAD WEATHER. The annual sports promoted in aid of the Ruthin Fire Brigade. Fund were held in un- favourable weather to-day week. The atten- dlnoe- was not up to the average, but a capital programme of seventeen items was well carried out. Mr II. H. Springmann, J.P., acted as presi- dent, and the Mayor (Dr. T. O. Jone.%) ad vice- president. The judges were: Messrs J. Cropper, John Kellett, Joseph Davies, W. G. Hodgson, and the officers commanding the North Waloj Brigade A.S.C. Tho other officials were:—Starters: Messrs Baldwin Griffith and R. Beech. Stewards: Firemen under command ,a[ L.cut. Joyce 1). M. JO!14--S, J. Jon- T. J. NVhlto, D. an-d A. Pico jon??, Swainstyn. Superintendent: Capt. E. Tegid Owen. The duties of hon. secretary were effi- ciently discharged by Mr J. E. Morris, Well- street, Ruthin. During the afternoon the Ruthin Brass Band., discoursed a programme of instru- mental music. THE PRIZE WINNERS. The following is a list of awards:— Boy Scout Race: 1, J. Ll. Davies; 2, Clwyd WiliiamM; 3, Seiwyn Jones. 100 yardw- flat: 1, II. Cooke, Llanferres; 2, J. S. Pribchaid, Abergele; 3, Albert Roberts, Rhyl. Military diisplay (wrestling on horseback). PoLe. jump: 1, E. J. Edgar, Denbigh; 2, Tho- mas Jones, Ruthin; 3, Edward Williams, Ruthin. 220 yards: 1, C. Cooke, Llanferres; 2, J. S. Pritchard, Abergele; 3, G. B. Podmore, Den, bigh. High jump: 1, Samuel Robets, Ruthin; 2. J. E. Roberts, Ruthin,, 3, John William Jones, Ruthin. Military display ("Balaclava Melee.") Marathon race.—Route: Start from field and along Park-road, Mwrog-streot, Lon Fawr, to Eyarth Bridge; thence past Eyarth Station and along' Lianfair-road, to field, and three times around the course: 1, Charles Davies, Abergele; 2. F. Lawson, Rhyl; 3, W. J. Ecclee, Llanar- 1110.11. Tilting the bucket: 1, J. Hay ward and A. Rowlands, Ruthin; 2, J. E. Roberts and Samuel Roberts, Ruthin; 3, W. Jones and Alf. Barker. Military display (competition, in harnessing, puttaig dow,n lines, touts, etc.). 440 yards flat: 1, J. S. Prtchard, Abergele; 2. C. Cook, Llanferres,; 3, II. Jones, Mold. The "Chvyd Stakes" (o[>gn to oobs uniter 14.2): 1 and 2, Abel Hughes, Waen, St. Asaph; 3, Owners, Dedwydd'fa, Trefnant; 4 (who entered a protest) W. G. Roberts, Railway Hotel, Den- bigh. The "Ruthin Stakes" (open to horses of any height): 1 a.id 2, Abel Hughes, Waen, St. Aisaph; 3, Owners, Dedwyddfa. Military display ("Victoria Cross" race).
THE LLANDEGFAN MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. A SUCCESSFUL SEASON. The Llandegfan M.R.C. are having an ex- ceptional season this year. The interest and enthusiasm which the club has been able to secure in the past is not only being well maintained, but increased. This is greatly due to the support and encouragement which it receives from the local gentry. The mark- manship has been above tho average, and the majority of the members are in a fair way of reaching a high standard in the arc 11 9 of shooting. The lady members are holding their own, as will be lit en from the result of a match reported below, and great praise is due to the Lady Instructor (Miss H. Armit- stead) for the way in which she has brought out the shooting abilities of those under her charge. The committee are giving a silver m-edal for monthly aggregate results, thus tending to secure good attendance on practice nights. Numerous competitions and matches have taken place during the la.st two months. The Platt Challenge Cup com petition was very keenly competed for, and, after a very dose contest, was won for tho third time by Mr II. S. Corbett, with a score of 276. The conditions were ten shots at 15, 25, and 50 yards, total aggregate to count, and to be won three tim-es in succession, or four time- in all, before becoming the property of any member. This year's "winner was hard pressed by Mr W. Payne, who was the runner up with a score of 271. A word of praise is also duo to Mr J. Gerrard, Menai Bridge, for his ex- cellent shooting at 25 yards, tying with tl;>" winner's score of 9G, out of a possible 100. The Piatt Challenge Cup, seven highest scores:—Mr H. S. Corbett, 276, cup; Mr \V. Payne, 271, silver medal; Mr J. Gerrard, 266, bronze medal: Mr R. Thomas, 249, do. Air W. O. Roberts, 238, do.; Mr Hugh Parry. 225, do.; Mr W. Ivor Williams, 221. do. Competition, first-class, ten shot3, 25 yards, four highest: Mr R. A. Davidson, 94, cigar- ette case; Mr H. S. Corbett, 94; Miss H. Armitsteaxi, 86; Mr W. Payne, 86. Second- class, ten shots, 25 yards Mr O. Owens, sil- ver match box. Third-class, ten shots, 25 yards: Miss Edwards, 87, silver badge. Club match—Ladies versus The Owens: Miss H. Armitstead (capt.\ 86; Miss Arnold, 83; Miss Cox, 67; Miss Williams, 63; total, 299. Mr R. Owen, 84; Mr 0. Owen (capt.), 79; Mr A. Owen, 74; Mr R. J. Owen, 55; total, 292. ('Iiib's Bad., t,ii sl-iots, 25 yards, 'Ile three -Mr H. S. C<)rlmtt, 94, silver badge; Mr O. Owen, 90, bronze badge; Mr R. Thomas, 89, do. Bell Med-al, five shots, 15 and 50 yards: Mr II. S. Corbett, 49 and 48, medal; Mr G. Buck:and, 50 and 46, cigarette case. Monthly aggregate—First-class: May, Mr R. Thomas, silver medal; June, Mr H. S. Corbett, do.; July, Mr H. S. Corbett, do. Second-class: May, Mr W. O. Roberts, sil- ver medal; June, Mr W. Ivor WillLams, do.; July, Mr R. Owen, do. Third-class: May, Mr R. Owen, silver medal; June, Mr J. Owen, do.: July, Mr H. Parry, do. Post match, eight aside—Llandegfan ver- sus Clougher, co. Tyrone: Llandegfan, 695; C'ougiher, 684. Llandegfan won by eleven points.
LLANDUDNO REGATTA. UNFAVOURABLE WEATHER: DISAPPOINTING ENTRIES. Wretched weather and a disappointing num- ber of entries in several races* charaofceneod tl>e annual regatta at Llandudno on Saturday. The programme ooKtatrwxl oitiy one entry J.11 tibe yaohtirvg event*, and two onliy in the sailing- boa-t raoes, neither putting in an appcai-ance. For the motor-boat race ajfain tihero was oiu'y one entry, so that three or four of the moet important iterpis on the Hst had; to be abandoned. So also were the boatmen's raoe (for two oars- &fW Coxswain r)ole, coziul rtim ). and tlx., g -easy tit ion. Four entered for tl1-e- open licensed ing-boafcs. but only one. appeared—-the "Kath- leen" (II. Davies), which was awarded £ 1 for covering the course. M-ostyn was the commodore, and Mr R. S. Chamberlain the vioe-oonumodoro. Mows t John Roberts (Bryji Celyn). R. T. OWKMI, John Robort3 (iyi-ertnafA*-x), ai?d E. Edir -e ,,ur Bone, w-er fl.?e Off,4C-C?r3 Of the dav. Nir J. E. EdwztrJs Mr J. b'. Jo.!ioo th-o and Messrs* J. H. Roas and 11. iEdwanta start- ers. Mr -W. D. Long-Jhaw fu/iUled the duties of hon. secretary. Tho following were THE RESULTS. Open ssv-IirKg-boats (.Testrioted to Llandudno p'esu:-t>re boots): 1. (T. Po-rry); 2, Great Orme (W. JOll); 3. Si&arorock (Ben Jones). Swi:mmi:-ng raoo for boys under 16: 1. E. Harrop; 2. R. R. W. Farmer; 3, W. G. Gar- diner., j-urir. swimmin» rfloe: 1. Mrs Hobkirk; 2, 'L)I>re; Groy. Or.?on iwimrrr' 1. J. 11. pjjboury Irkg raoe* Z Sidney B- 3. John Litt. Swirrwming: raloo for Bar SOOHIUJ; 1. Alexander Kerryj 2. Ai-thur Flut. Swimming race in fancy oosbume: 1, George Giibbins. Opesi 3wimmin raoe, 220 yards, for amateurs: 1. J. H. Padbury; 2. Sidney Sutdiffe; 3, J. Griffiths. There was not a single competitor for the chaliLcri'So oup offered by tlhe Hon. Edward Mostyn to the best swimmers among the bona- ,atyn,6n ajl? ,;b.e,,nien b,?we?e,-i L'anfajix- I'do f I feohan and Copwyn Bay. S wirmriin^ raoe for lifoboatmen, 190 yards, full dross, inelu-ding .Lifebeite: 1. J. William#?; 2. T. Williams. One .oar 'boat raoe: 1, Wat&r Lily (John Wii- liams). Four-oar in-ri,frod r,;gsi: 1, 1/onway; 2, Darling. MO <, IIurnorouB sketclfes were given by members of the Hajppy Valley Minstrel Troupe, and exiliibi- tion in ornamental swimming by Prof ea-or Short. Mr E. E. Bone, J.P.. chairman of the Coun- cil. distributed the prizes, to the suooeaeful ooni- •poitor.
NORTH WALES PROPERTY MARKET. ANOTHER SALE AT FENMAENMAWR. Mr F. A. Dew, of Oolwyn Bay, at the Mountain View Hotel, Penmaen- maw-r, on Tu-esday, held another suooe<»ful, although small, bak.\ of propterty. On this occasion he offered a freehold dwelling- house known, as Ta-n;> iron, situated about haif- a-miie from Penmaenmawr, on the Penmaen- mawr Old Road, bringing in a gross annual rental of J614 10s, the landlord paying the taxes. There was a very fair attendance, and after some spirited bidding, which commenced at £ 150, the property was eventually knocked down at L240. Mr J. W. Hughes, of Conway, acted as solici- tor for the vendor. Taken in oonjunctioI1 with the two other r-uooa-'sful sales of ,property recently held at Penmaenmawr by Mr F. A. Dew, Tuesday's sale justifies the opinion held by many shrewd investors that the property market in Penmaen- lik,I? in t,?o ne-r fu? to bring in a .y I a good return to thc:.e who give evidence of their iaith in the increasing popularity a.nd prosperity of this beautiful little Welsh seaside resort by Y uri, property in the neighbourhood.
CONWAY PROPERTIES CHANGE HANDS. T,h,cr,k' was a att-ordanc-a at th-e H(>t.ol, t'onvi-ay, oil Friday aT-,Ierrocn, when ?Air F,-)lin Pritchard, auct;4oneer, Ban,or, C,<>nd?ucted high-]- e 1, v oucc",z;fu'? propc-rty salo. A fre. hold "dei at.d in ll.'gh trc.t, 'untii' reoet-,L)y 1-?l)use, kiiov,?n as the Crown III 'I, together wjth the adjoining house, No. 18, and three freehold cottag-es in Crown Lane, were sold as one lot, and pur- h,,i?p-d by M-r EviTi Eva?n??, of G?aii C?oniN-ay, (,r ;C750. It was all- Iounct-d that th,p, 13?)ot In,ii, I uncasrer Sq-uare. had been sold by private P?,eviou.?, to the sa?'e, the pureba,(.r t?,ie f,?iiaiit. The a(i'jc)inin,? kn, -'cv '?wn as P?a-1; ('?och (at 1-re--??.nt occ?apic-?,j by Mr Thomas Hughe*), was knocked down to -,Ii Dougall at £ 235. Messrs J. \y. Hughes, Conway, and E. E. Bone, Llandudno, were the solicitors for the vendors.
PROPERTY SALE AT RHUDDLAN. What wa3 an important event in the annals of th.3 ancient town took place on Tueodp-y, v.,he.n Mr fP. Sheffield, Rhyl, off?ered, by the and liro. "'l'i Til?e I.Lel (now ?io 8*ack azi?'ic?&nEied) iz,. a iiiiici.iiiai:k stan<lillg. as it I)rollllrwllt the town, and its history dates back several huudjed years. A large company attended the sale, vv.h.oh was held at the New Inn. The liveliest interest was taken in tho proceedings, the bidding being prompt and keen, and the prices va ised meet satisfactory. Mr Sheffield, an eiacing his remarks on the propertv, men- ;ioned tho fact that thi3 was the first sale held a the town for nearly 50 years. The following particulars and prices realised:— 1-,ot I.-That riart of the hotel u-ied ar, cxfycc,. 4wl'rh -ai-dciru3 Bid?cti D' at .?f t. m SDir J. ll,,)bcrts Jones, solicitor, Rhyl, for JE515. Lot. 2.—Part of the hotel used as bar, enug, .»ith entrance hall and garden. Bidding- com- neneed at £ 100. Sold to Mr Jaiaei Maxwell, 'ianrafon Nurseries, for £ 202 10s. Lot 3.-Part of the hotel used as brew house, ;:oie-room, covered way, with garden. Bid- Lng- commenced at. £100. Sold to M.r F. J. I'm'in. solicitor. Rhyl, for £ 135. Lot 4.—The house and shop, with yard and table. Bidding commenced at JE50. Sold to ir F. J. Gamiin, soiicit-or, Rhyl, acting on be- "s a J f of Mesirs Marston, Thompson a.nd Ever- ■ ed. Burton-on-Trent, for L92 10s. Lots 5, 6 and 7.—The hotel yard, with tab ing, sbippon and pig styes. Bidding com. menoed at. £100. Sold to Mr F. J. Gamiin, Rliy?] act' n 1>e'?ial,f c)f Iin,- 0 rs Mar, ton, Thompson and Ever.shed, Burton-on- Trent, for £ 285. The total amount realised was £ 1030. The solicitor,s of the sale were Messrs Allington Hughe-, and Bate. Wrexham; Mr James Hughes, Den high, being the s'urveyor.
MISSING CHILD AT BETHESDA. VILLAGER- MIDNIGHT SEARCH. On Friday evening, about six o'clock, the two-year-old daughter of Mrs M'Cabc, of Car- narvon, visiting Bethesda for a few days, ramilxcd out of the hou&o where her mother was staying and disappeared. The house is situated on high land, at the foot of which, in the rear, tne river Ogvyen, swolieu with houvy rains, flows swiftly over its rocky hod. It wafi i-onto tine before the child's absence 'o Iv?"I not: M, -and then -'LNlrs lvf-,L,abo Lzltl her f-riei,,d.a began to Ik?ok for lii-t-ir s,-arch vva.3 'In %,aiii, -and 1-,01*' Ilow'ands was in- ?a?,id at one-c afcr the child. The news ng thre-ugh the village routed the whole population into action, and the -unti?y-,ide-, rou?ii iv?th rock ai-i-d heathor, was t'hurclulh,, .y for mi',e? i?ourd. EN-,LN the 1',earh;? Quapry gallor.t(?s ware searched. Ser-,t. Rc,ari.d_; a,n?d the l?a-id sj)O?a- 't- ion t,o t-h-a riv iv-hch thc- y- t-horou"ill --he,d %N,it.li The s?c.:tr 11 vas con,t;n,,t,ed ttirou;?h?ru? Friki-Y nigiii, ill -va,:n, ztnd tl,,o .1),Oor IIICthCr'S ?dis?'tre3,s wa, I)aiiiful tkl About midnight, in response to a telephone me.-t-ago from Sergt. Rowlands, the child's father arrived by motor-car from Carnarvin, and joined m the search. A'six ociock on Saturday morning the tension wa-, terminated by the announcement of tho discovery of the ohiid safe and unharmed. A quarrynian 7-'rin ''d'C'T a bridgea r,?a4 near th h(,Ii?z?' %vav to ivoi,k w?i-? t-tW to t-h?, CVd in a :?it?in,- W 'I tion 1.11 th-3 -%ngr'-o f<>rime-d by the, blittreai of the lridge a,P'd the a?(Ijoining einbtL,,ikn-wnt cr v?a?l sr,?,tcliiitg Out her little arm- yawriinfr, ,,Td rubb-?'Dff her eyes as if just alvak-*Yi-ed, froiii arc-frc.-hing cluni,b-er. '1'.herc, was -a ma,? of by wh-oh the chilti in tlie. n<)ok 1-gi,-t!T a-id the aeeumption 13 that the dd. after wtui<ic^ri!.«■ about t: 1 I.he was tired got into this corner and Jay d<)?vn a,'td feL' is is (,,U, zill tl-.at, tl-ugh raill fell 'o .?, -ov-er tlid distr;ic- du.rilig the night. the chi!d was not very wet. and this ai V*ed (,C,141LI:r to the by iiiaxiy C]on had, t-ak.(,,n t?e oh. ild in dur* i, i.ho n."gh,t, iLP,4 a,'arr-o<d at t?,) hu,? ar')'<I' ci,-y, jvaeed her where slie was found just before she was discovered. The place who-a the (iiiarry- man i;w her on his way to work on Saturday morning is in the Quarry Hoapital grounds, about a mile from 'her te.mporary home.
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WfllTFO RD-MOST YN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW AT DOWNING. The annual show was held yesterday at Downing Par,.?:, -near Ho,lyw,ell. In th-e horti- cu,'tural scction, th-o chi f pr'ze-winners were: "e -Cottag-ers: Vase garden flowers, Wm. Da- vies; roses, E. Woodward, Berthengam; carnations, J. Parker. Collection hardy garden flowers: Wm. Davies. Collection of annuals: J. R. Williams. Plums: J. W. Evans. Dessert apples: David Williams. Cooking ditto: Elias Thomas. Pears Elias Thomas. Collection of vegetables: James Parker. Turnips: S. Spencer. Parsnips: James Parker. Peas: Wm. Davies. Beet- roots: E. Price. Shallots: J. Parker. Cauliflowers: R. J. Williams. Cucumber: Wm. Davies. Vegetable marrow: Tudor Roberts. Above Z9 r-ental.Va,sa garden flowers: R. G. Fugler, Whitford Schools. Dahlias, C. J. Batters. Roses: John K. Evans, Greenfield. Carnations: John K. Evans. Stocks: C. J. Batters. Collection ha.rdy garden flowers: 2, W. H. Hasler. Col- lection of annuals: 2, C. J. Batters. Plums Mrs Dykins. Dessert apples: John K. Evans. Cooking apples Elias Jones. Pears W. H. Hauler. Gooseberries: C. J. Batters. Collection of vegetables: 1, C. J. Batters; 2, Mrs Tudor Eyton. Six dishes potatoes: W. H. Hasler. Other prize-winners (industrial section) were.—Honey in comb: 1, G. Parry; 2, Rev. Vaughan Jones. Evening work, females: 1, C. Profit; 2, A. Bodley. Ditto, males: 1, Evan Williams; 2, E. F. Williams. Bread: 1, Jane Pierce; 2, R. Woodward. Hen eggs, white: 1, Mrs W. It. Owen, Tower; 2, Mr Roberts, Tremostyn. Ditto brown: 1, John- Jones, Ddol; 2, Thomas Hughes, Ccixl Isa. But.ter (tenant farmers): 1, Miss. May Owen, Brynllystvn; 2, Miss Buckley, Llinegair Farm. Ditto (cottagers and small farmers): 1, Mrs Wil- lia.ms, Peaiygelli; 2, Mrs Elizabeth Jones, Pen gwer:i. Caerwys. Geraniums: 1, Lord Mostyn; 2, Earl of Denbigh. Ferns: 1, Earl of Den- bigh. Colons: 1, F. Mortimer, Golden-grove; 2, Earl of Denbigh. Dish of tomatoes: 1, Earl of Dc,ribi,-h 2, Lord Mostvn. Six dislies fruit,: 1, L-oi-(l M?sty-n; 2, I)enbgh. C?ollc?cti a (,giN*en by Sir Wm. Tate): 1, Loxd M?-st-?n 2, Earl of Denbigh. I Exhibit of p,lants (in set space): 1, Lord Mostyn; 2, Earl of Den- b.'gh. Collectiom of vegetables (cottagers): 1, W. 2, E. Price. -ardc-i fl,owers: 1, Lord M?ostvn; 2, Sir Pvc,rs ?Nfosty,,n. Tw,-Ii-?-, b,,tnches sv;,c,cC pcas: 1, of 'L?en- bigh; 2, S,r Pyers Mo,3tyn. C?ol,'4c-c',ion of rosc,?s: 1, F. W. --?<)rtiiiier; 2, Lord, Mcs'?yil. tic,,t carnat:4Wis: 1, F. W. M-cirtlnl.rr; 2, J. It. W il I". Six Luncbc-,s -iN I'aln? -cet I-)eas: 1, Earl of Denb"?gli; 2, S7r Pycrs M?crst-n. Gi-oul) of cut flo,A,ct-s ( 'n giaws): 1, Win. 'Da-ies. 13.ouquet wild flowers: 1, Mary Edith Johnson, Rhewl. Cultivated garden (cottagers): 1, John Owens, Bryiaybaw; 2, J. R. Williams, Tanlan; 3, E. Price, Penrhewl. The chief awards in the agricultural section iv,era:ON- n to tenant farmers, whose income is derived principally from farrung, paying over £ 40 rental.—Cattle—Bull, over two years: 1, J. Owen, Plas Uuha. Yearling shorthorn bull': 1, Li. A. Owen, Brynllystyn; 2, J. E. Williams, Tycoeh, Cwespyr. Pair of cows, over three years: 1, Ll. A. Owen; 2, John Owen. Ditto, single cow: 1, J. Owen; 2, Tiios. Bagshaw. Heifer, under three years: 1, LJ. A. Owen; 2, J. Üwen. Pair heifers, under two years: 1, Ll. A. Owen; 2, J. Ovven. Ditto, one heifer: 1. T. Hughes, Coed Isa; 2, T. Bagshaw. Two calve., (1910): 1, Li. A. Owøn; 2, T. Bagshaw. Hor&» --Pair cart horses: 1, Edward Jones, Waen Farm; 2, Ed. Williams, Sarn Farm, i Cart mare or g-elding, over threo years: 1, Laac VVilliams, Baocll; 2, Mrs Ames, Caerwys. Cart mare and foal: 1, R. Matthews, Afonweii; 2, II. Dcnson, Cwm. Cart. gelding or filly (under 3 years): 1, R. S. Davies, Celvn; 2, 1. Williams, 1;?Lbell. t ''art fgal (1910): 1, 1". 2, It. S. ])UN-ies. Yearlin, cart gel(i*,iig or lilliy: 1, 11 2, 11. Dcilsoii. Cuu-, n,?ar?e or d _aJ ir (not ?ver 15 itand??.): 1, E -ones, -:at,; 2, Ilu,-h li,u,hes, Ca,-rwvi. ?'elsh -w% that have reared-i'mb; tiiis 1 and 2, J. Owen. Ditto crossbred: 1 and 2. J. D. Jones, Lime Bank. Ditto pure bred ewes; 1 and 2, Thomas Williams. Shortwoolled ram: 1 and 2, Thomas Williams. Pen three lamb: (any breed): 1, Joihn Own; 2, Thomai Wil liams. Pigs. Breeding sow: 1, Ed, Jones. GrcesfFordd; 2. Thomas Williams, Penffordd. Ian. Two store pigs: 1, H. N. Hammond; 2 Lewis Jones, Glanydon. Open to farmers., cottagers, and others, iic,, exceeding £ 40 rental. — Cuttle.—Cow, over Z years: 1. Haydn Dykins, Tremo-tyn; 2. J. Price, Lloc. Heifer ditto: 1, Wm. Evans, Tan loin; 2, Owen Jonep, 'Banthengarn. Heifer under two years: 1, J. William,. Lloc; 2 E Da vies, Gwespyr. Calf (1910): 1, S. Evans! Glaiiv. don; 2. Jacob Roberts, Ffynnongroew. Hor.-c —Cart mare or gelding over 3 years: 1. T. Jones. Caerwys; 2, Mrs Davies, Lloo. Cart f<)?,1: 1, Th-')-*?ii as .3(,,neis, Cae?r-Nvvs. Yoarlinm ca.rt d,' ng or fiilv: I. Jaoob Rob?rt.3. Cob mare or goading, ura'-er 14.2: 1. J. M. Own, Whitford; 2, J. J. Roberta Caerwys. Foal, from mare un- der 14.2: 1, J. M. Owen; 2. Mrs Jane Jones. Ian rallt. Pony, under 13 hands: 1. Mrs Jones. Pant, Caerwys; 2. G. Owens, Terfyn. Sheep — Pen of throe ewes that have reared lambs thia fea;on: 1, Mrs Jane Jones; 2. John Williams Loo. Ditto, any breed: 1, Mrs J. Jones- 2 r Piffs.—Brcedintr sew': l' J. M. Owens; 2, S. Hughes, Lloc. Two -tore pigS: 1. J. M. Owens; 2. S. Tlugb03. Open i^cction.—Cow. over 3 years; 1, LI. A. Owen; 2, J T. Owen, Loc. Heifer under 3 1, J. Wi-.lham.q, Lloo; a. J. T. Owen. J)oiikev: 1. E. Roberts, Trevor; 2, P. Baxter, Kennels.
RHYI. SKATING CARNIVAL.—Last evening at the Queen's Skating Rink, a summer costume skating carnival was held, at which there was 'nie I)r;7,es for the wo?ll by Miss 'N-r. Niav ard i- ?ir ?l-,tan'ey Artliur, an.(I for the b a,- by Aliss Donaldson In-d Mr CDb- liain.
RUTHIN. I-IOSPTTAL 'COLLE(-TION.t sum <)f Rg 7d P.Is collect,,d il aid of the Doiib;gll- ,,]lire Infirmary last Soturda.),. The '.I- l,'Ctor3 v,ere:-M-,sFe?3 Doi-othir 'ROuw, Eveiyi. L",d, ,ImDso,i, Gladys Evans. ?'i,)Iet Nta?, P-N'?()Ids, and the Miyoress (NI7;s'IITI' 0. WEDDING.Thc, wediiin., took St. Pet?er's (Yhur4ch on V,?Wn?esda.v m<)r?iiiig of -LI-tiM P_r,in, C,,4? ,o Hotel, Ruthin (eld,c,qt dalig,ittr of 4r and 1-?irs j. Prince, C<)'MP-tll), u.?nd Mr E. W.axll jor.cs, a]Eo Of th-, I"astr,? H,()t?el, son of 'Mr John joli?-,? Tvii.e,Nrvdd. Annie Jop-es ea,,4t-,o Hotel, aitend" ,E,d t'?i-e I)riLIQ, -,n<i Mr LlanL,Mr, wa?- best n,n. The took pla" from 'ii; Cast!O Hot,,], ancl 'M"r ,i.nd Mrs E. Te-d Ow-en ent-ertaip.cd tll, bri.de b?-i-de?-,rrom"'and the -,vcdd;r, f a-B t.. ?' pirty to br-j?- '?ANT('LWYD CRT-C-KET WEUK. Rain li-u consiclerably with tle cri,-k,?t w,c,ek at 'NInt-clwvd Hall,'tllz) of Iadv i t i 13 L,(,am o? Mon,da.)r vras IZ-anychan, Who WO!?o the M.-itch by 16 runs, ift-cr a v.ery linisll. Sir E,dwai'd Nay-or Leylaitd cipt,?ill? ,-d th?-- NI-?nt- clwy?d team, and -V-r C.. C!. i?f? ;vi.itors. ?tt the Mr H. E. Birch's team .opened a match on luesaay, but play had to be abandoned on account of rain, and for the same re-ason the game could not be resumed on Wednesday For the remainder of the week, the visiting teams will be Llangollen and Ruthin Town.
Tho funeral of Misj Florence Nightingale took ri.'aoo st Baat Willow, Hants, on Saturday", the cft^extirfiecffld witih of tho deoea ed lady tha-t it shcAi'd l» private boing well honoured. ial æn-l: wero hol-d in St. Paiol'a Catliedral" so** St. poteXI4 Liy-o
CARNARVONSHIRE COM- PENSATION AUTHORITY. FOUR LICENCES REFERRED FOR COMPENSATION. The principal meeting of the Carnarvon- shire Compensation Authority was held on M?on,day, at Thc, 'lug wer-,L, on the Ik-neh:-Mr J. E. Gi,eave?s ?',chair m.n, Jildg-c, Drvii Rob,-tt, D, R. A Pr' ,chazd, Dr. Da;ion, C'ipt. Drage, Mesgrls Issard Davies, J. Evan Roberts, 'lliomas lirp- berts, Robert Hughes, Ephraim Wood, Nor- man Davies, R. Eneeshaw, J. Griffith Jones, Dr. Jones Roberts, and A. W. W. Wil- liams. REFERRED FOR COMPENSATION. Mr M. -E. Nee informed the Bench that the owners of the Palace Hotel, Carnarvon, offered no objection to it being referred fot compensation. Mr C. A. Jones (Magistrates' Clerk) sup- ported tho reference, saying the Bench con- sidered there were too many houses in Palace- street, and the Bench made the necessary order. Mr ArtUien Ow-en, on behalf of the i-nigis- trates, applied for the confirmatiou of the order that the Ship Inn, Abersoch, should be referred for compensation; and Mr Robynfl Owen, on behalf of persons interested in too property, consented. Mr Arthen Owen also applied that the Ship Inn, Portinlleyn, should be referred, and Mr Carter, for the owner and licencee, consented. Both licences were referred for compensation, and also the Newborough Arms, Four crosses, Mr Carter, for the lessor, and Mr Anthony, for the ten- ant, offering no objection. HALF-WAY INN, TALYSARN. On behalf of tho magistrates, Mr Lloyd Carter applied for the confirmation of tho order referring the Half-way Inti, Talysarn, for compensation. Mr Trevor Lloyd (in- structed by Mr Hamlet Roberts) w^" for tine owners aii.d I'ioenooe, who applied for the re- Mr Lloyd Carter sa,*?(i it w-u pur4--ly a ques- t.on of redundan Y, no 0 mi c 0DI.aint bcinc, made -c conduct,of the i -is to th nn. For maiy y4ears th,o inn had b?e,en un&r ?,zcntepc,2, of dc!ath, and in the opinion of the justices it was not 'equired. It Was tho class of house which should exist the magistrates thought, but thev had not taken action hitherto? as they did not wish to disturb the old lady who kept it. Th.a justices considered that Peny- groes was fully manned with taverns. Evi. dence wa.s given by upt. Griffiths, Serjeant Richards, and Roland Williams, grocer, Talysarn, the latter stating that the houso was a temptation, and the public generally would not be inconvenienced by the removal of tho house. Meiwyn Jones, schoolmaster, ialvsarn, e-tatcd that the house not not re- quired. Mr Trevor Lloyd so id it must be shown that this hou-se, as against other h/>uses ia trie neighbourhood, should be taken away, was absolutely no evidence of differen- tiation. It was absurd to say that because the house was on the main road it was "a trap. The Court should not accept the com- plaints of village women filtering through the r,outh of a consta,)Io, with ?o th-' lioii&e, i??hich was cor-clu?etcd in ord.-rly manner. Ihe best evidence as to tho conduct et a house was the number of its patron8. In 1907, 1444 barrels of beer were sold at the House; in 1008, 156 barrels; in 1909, 144 bar- rels, and the average trade for the last three years was i>410 3rs Id. Mr Rogers Jones, -agent for Messrs Mars- tou, Thompson an-d Co.; Mr Bowon Jones, unrcyor, C arnarvon, who said that the 1115us?e stool in the c,P-tre c)t a die,- tt;ct, ard i;ai in an (,xcellent state of r,?l- ir; Rich%rd Parry qu,,trryman, Talyrarn', Par?-v, ?Vatcr-sireet. Penygroels;, Lewis .Jc,ne,s, e?irrier, Talysarn; Robert 0,A,en, T-aLyr- wli<) ?a.id hi..s -ife would have lost, b-er 'if ,I -? scveTa.1 times but for tli,e nearneagof the ilin: Oweii Owen, car-penter, P4envqroe3 ,ave .?lvid-en,et in favour of the ret?,-nC,,)n '.f'the liou.%e, all stating that th-o inn was rcqul'red. .Mr Trc?vor Lloyd stated t'-hat tjl(,.r(? was one licensed house for every 720 inhabitants iv t h. parish. The Bench renewed the licence.
Cyfarfod Ymadawol "LUton." >„) i"-ySJY,v ,d>7"fa fawr a ddaeth i addotdy aruly r Lapel (Corwen) i gami ffarwel i'r gwein- 1' ^wen (Llifon), yr oodd vrirychioiaeth dda o bob enwad crefyddol yn y yfn, ac vn eu mysg amryw o Eglwyswyr seiog. Uwleinwyd gan y Parch D. Jones, Gwndir, a chaed anorchiadau gauiddo ef a'r rhai canlyn- ol.Parchn. J. Morris, M.A., fioer Llaneiian; 1 hoxnas PntcJiard» fioor LJajifwrOff P^ei* p0lr-y" iR- J- Jor>es' Llanelidan; R Garrett Robert* (W.), Rhuthvn; J. James (B.), Rhnthyn; E. WiDi^m,, Rhos; a r Dr. II. Cecnyw WlJiams, Corwen —yr oil yn dwyn trv,stio,aeth uch.el i waith Mr Owen mown amrywiol gylchoedd. CVflwynvvyd i Mr Owen anerchiad fforcu. ilk)d, yr hwn oedd fel y c.,inlyn:- "Anerchiad i'r Pa.rch W. G. Owen (Uifo-i) ai ei ymadawiad o Bandy'r Cal;i. a L anelid- an, Avvst, 1910. "AiiNv-.vl f,'rawd,-Yn- eich p?cr.-der- fyn,,tld i d<r.,ynnu ,;e-h (?ysyL'ti?a(i n,awn oanlyrtiad i'ch I -,A,mitli ?n ey8syn o a'r a,wa'd gawscrh cddiwrth 8 Lla 'l-d?d-u,as, teiin,:wn fel iia-d aliv,,n Lidael i'r eyfle hel) ddatgan e,:ji teirnladau da tuag afcoch a'ch syniada-u uohel am danoch- ao fel tr?ilv-iztcl o'r avfr-v d?ni?,nwil gyll?v?-iio chwI yr I ch",l a Uwen bvvrs o aur. "Diokh yn gynta.f i BenyrEglwy5 am cioh arwain yma, ac am. loddi i ehwi nerth ac leohyd i'n gwasanaethu gydag ymixxkliad a •tyddlor.deb oddiar yr ade.g y daethoch vma. yn a ddeng mly,nedd yn ol; buoch yn mynoo i mewn ao a!Ian yn ein plith giiag anrhydedd i thwi eich Imnan. gyda mwy«h.ad digymygg i ni, a chyda mantais i rinwedd a chrefydd yn yr ar- dal. Bu oieh cymeriad yn Ian a diargyhoedd. Cawsom £ <jnnyoh bregethau cceth a meddylgar," a bu eu pwrando yn faeth y&'brvdol i ni oil Bu Erraddau beddhaoi o ivvyddiant"ar eich ^vveini- dogaeth, a chawsoch yr hyfrydwch o dderbyn i g-ymundcb r,, ic r dda yn ystod y blynvd-doodd y buooh yn em plith. Credwm na fu eysylltiad erioad mwy dedwydd 11a x- hwn a fodolai rhwng ?r esrl-wy^ a ehwi. "Yn ystod t.ymor e.ch gweinidogaeth adme- wyddwyd y ddau ackioldy, a buoch yn arvveinydd dceth a diogel ini yn yr ymgymoriadau hynny. glv" "B.u cyldh ei,3h na?eth yn ea"' --nid diii c:nnvad a fu<)?c?h, on-d b--I, ,-iwa.,i yn rhadlawn a siriol fel arw-einydd cistcddfodau a eh yn ghe rdda 11, Ijeirniad, etc. Bvdd bwleh raw! ellir yn havvd.d ei lanw ar eich ol vn yr ysty r hwn. Cofio hyn barodd i ni agoryd y dirwi ?,.n !,yF I icti o'r tu custra ?,i;in an- e.vslv'?tiad a'r d-y-t? li ]!<>-I. Y I'la,c? elc-h (-,nw vn air )ai-,a(Irii,y-d-cl ,.?,h 10 ?.(, ffraothei)* vn dtl*haial, md buc,-ii bolv 'i,zL -t?efli bur. jc?r v.,i ufaltis a,it chw, n,abod ei:n dvlc-d -i'ch anwyl brioci. -,t y rll?.n ,a hi, ytit mn,%vyd ,v-r arda.], a'r mod I hunan-abertlhol v bn CdJi lawer gwaitli dde-fnyudio ei gallu a. throi ei phrofiad b'^iEi-orol i fantais er budd eledfien v cyloh a theimlir colleji fawr ar e' hjmi.idavvi;id. "Dymunwn i ehwi gael blynyddeedd law-er eln yng rigwa.sanaeth y Meixtr. Bendith syfoet.hog y Nef a'ch dilyno yia G-<ih cylah newydd.' Byddod i c'hvvi a'oh teulu anwyl fod bob amser dan nodded Pen Mawr yr Evlwys. a gv.yddem yr unweh yn laws )1;1 ein di?gwyliad am i arwein- iadt v Pen Bugail i aros gyd'a. ninnau. "Ydym, ar ran yr eg;wys a'r cyfoillkn,—E. T. Jones (ead^irvddi), R. H. Edwards (vsgrif<»*v nydd), W. Davies, R. A Davies, T. Davies (dia- coniaid Pandy'r Cain:), D. E. Jones (trysorydd). E. Hughes Robert, Hughes, a Robort Jones (diaoc. iaid Llanelidan). Cyflwynwyd hefyd i Mi,- a Mrs Owen bwrs yn cynw\-s swm sytwodld-ol o aur. Ar ei ran ei hun a'i briod, <r/dnabu'r gwr •parobedig y earedigrwydd diha.fal*a ddajigosa«id tuag aty.nt, a'r geiriau caredig a ddywedwyd y neson lidnno am danynt. Symudod'd Mr Ovven a'r tffillui Abergelo yr ■wytlhrics ddiwoddrtf, a ehyriihelir yuo gvriiid oroeso i" ar fyrd&r.-Gohebydt&L