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RHYL BOWLING CLUB.

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RHYL BOWLING CLUB. (Conlinuafion from Page 8.) was to be said about the letter. He felt that there could be no truth in it, or Mr Storey would not allow his name to be attached as presi- dent of the club (hear, hear). He was no prude b m .rl:, but he would be sorry to think that a club with the reputation of the Rhyl Bowling Club allowed gambling on the green.^ He hoped the secretary would take immediate steps to contradict what had appeared in the papers, and ho should ask the writer to give his name. Mr Gratton and Mr Gunner each seconded the Chairman's proposal. End it was decided to write to the papers contradicting the statements in the loiter reier'-eJ to, and asking for the name of the writer. This was carried unanimously. APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE. The follow;rig were then elected by ballot as members of In.o committee:—Messrs A. Lewis Jones, B. Massey, G. E. Gratton, W. Clarke, D. W. Pritchard, A. A. Gocdall, W. J. Simcock, Jas. Evans, E. E. Yaughan, and D. McLennan. THE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. Mr CL."L,y explained that a County Associa- tion had been formed, and a meeting was to be held to draft the rules. Each club had two dele- gates on the Association Committee, and the sub- scription was 10s 6d p r annum for each club. THE CARE OF THE GROUND. Reference was made to the excellent condition of the ground, and as a målk of appreciation of his services the members subscribed upwards of £ i to present to the groundsman (Mr Davies). The S ecretary also explained that the greenago this nelson exceeded that of lasticar by B9 (ap- plaim/J. PRESENTATIONS. Mr J. H. Ellis presented Mr J. E. Johnson with the "Wood" Cup, and Captain Wilders with the "St or" Cup. He also congratulated the club on their past record, and said he realised that they would require a great deal of beating, and that they were helping to make Rhyl better known aU over the country. In conclusion, Mr Eilis said he Weld bo pleased to present the club with a third ct™(applause). Mr Ells was thanked for his gift, and also for presenting the cups. ADVERTISING THE CLUB. Mr A. Lewis Jones suggested that steps should bo taken to make the club better known. Mr Massey agreed, and stated that he had taken up his residence in Rhyl because there was suJi an excellent club, and also because they had such a fine sjt of bowlers, who extended a hearty welcome to visitors. Mr Ehis also hoped they would make the Club hctt-r known, and was sure the Council would help them all they could. The matter was referred to the committee, and the proceedings, closed with a vote of thanks to the Chairman for presiding.

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