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Water-street Chapel, Carmarthen.

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Water-street Chapel, Carmarthen. EISTEDDFOD AND CONCERT. An eisteddfod and concert was held at the Schoolroom of the above place of wurship oil Good Friday, in aid of the Sunday School. The eisteddfod was a new venture in the history of the church in the memory of most of its members, but as for the concert it has become an annual event. The eisteddfod commenced at 12 a.m. The committee had been fortunate in securing Councillor J. Lewis, J.P., Johnstown, as president of the eisteddfod, whilst the duties of conductor were admirably fulfilled by the Rev J. Harry, Old College School. After the President's address, the following awards were made :â Solo for boys under 16, "llh wym wrth dy wregys," 2s 6d J. D. Treharne, Priory-street. Solo for girls under 16, Llances fechan o wlad Israel," 2s 6d Miss Frances Mary Thomas, Richmond-terrace. Contralto solo, 0 rest in the Lord," 5s Miss May Jones, Cambrian-place. Duet (Soprano and Alto), Y ddeilen ar y Ili," 7s 6d Miss Evans, Llanpumpsaint, and friend. Tenor solo, Y Llong a'r goleudy," 5s Mr W. Phillips, White Mill. Juvenile choir, Fall of Bacchus," £ 1 10s: Elim Choir (conductor, Mr D. J. Jeremy). Quartette, "Blodeuyn bach wyf fi mewn gardd," 15s Out of five parties not one were deemed worthy. Soprano solo, Peidiwch tori'r blodau," 5s Miss Evans, Plasygwer, St. Clears. Duet (Tenor and Bass), Gwys i'r gad," 7s 6d: Messrs T. Evans, Bwlchnewydd, and W. Jones, Trelech. Bass solo, Merch y Cad ben," 5s: Mr David Jones, Trelech. Chief Choral, ")Iai," .£.J. Two choirs competed, viz., Union-street (conductor, Mr D. N. Jones), and Glantowy (conductor, Mr W. Jones). The prize was awarded to the first named. After Mr D. Davies, Emporium, had proposed a vote of thanks to the President and Conductor for their services, which was seconded by Mr Oliver Jones, and these gentlemen had responded. Hen Wlad fy Nhadau" was sung, the solo being taken by Mr W. Phillips, White Mill. This brought the eisteddfod to a termination. C, In the evening a grand concert was held, when Mr D. Thomas, F.T.S.C., Bridgend's difficult work entitled The Wise King" was performed by the Chapel Choir. The president for the evening was Mr H. B. White, our genial mayor. The rendering of this difficult work by the choir reflected great credit on the conductor (Mr T. Caeralaw Jones). The different parts were taken by Messrs Ben Morgan, W. T. Rees, J. Davies, Lloyd Jones, and H. Williams, and Mrs Thomas, Mrs Nicholas, Misses Lettie Lloyd, Blodwen Thomas, and Helena James, who one and all did their work admirably. The accompanist was Mr H. S. Jones (Ap Caeralaw). After the usual votes of thanks, the audience dispersed, after having spent an enjoyable day. The secretarial duties were performed by Mr J. Martin Davies, Glannant-road, who performed all his onerous duties in an admirable manner.

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