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BEAUTY SHOW AT TENBY.

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BEAUTY SHOW AT TENBY. 1â The Beauty Show held at Tenby last Friday night in connection with the "1812" Costume Concert Company's entertainment proved a great draw," the Public Hall being packed in every part with an interested and expectant audience. There were 32 entries, 26 in the first class (children up to the age of 10 years) and 6 in the second class (girls over ten and upwards). With the exception of three all the candidates for beauty honours turned up, when it was decided, owing to the numerous entry, to divide the children's class into two, confining the first section to those up to the age of five years, and the second to those up to the age of ten. By this arrangement there were three distinct classes, and the candidates in each appeared on the stage for the critical exami- nation of the audience, who decided the winners by votes, papers for this purpose being distributed among them. Each candidate displayed a number, and the identity of competitors was not revealed until after the voting. More than an hour was occupied in carrying out this part of the programme, the arrangements of which were in the hands of Mr R. L. C. Morrison (Editor of the Tenby Observer). The following were the results in the various classes CHILDREN UP TO FIVE YEARS. 1st PrizeâMadeline Morris, Rockville," Tenby 161 2nd PrizeâMary Pike, Lower Frog Street, Tenby 69 3rd PrizeâIris Thomas, The Quay, Tenby.. 32 CHILDREN UP TO TEN YEARS. 1st Prize â Gwenfra Mason, North Cliff House, Tenby 169 211d Prize-Jeannie Richards, Culver Park, Tenby 121 3rd Prize â Valeria Morris, "Rockville," Tenby 114 4th PrizeâFreda Joseph, Penarth 94 In this class Miss Gwenfra Mason although en- titled to the first prize did not accept same, and, it being her wish, it was divided between the third and fourth on the list. GIRLS. 1st PrizeâMiss Nellie Bushell, Belmont, Tenby 302 2nd Prize-Miss Minnie Griffiths, Trafford House, Tenby. 244 Miss Foster, Mariners' Hotel, Tenby 193 Miss Dorothy Joseph, Penarth 157 Miss Maud M. Davies, North Cliff House, Tenby 100 The prizes (caah) were presented to the winners on Saturday night by Mr Arthur Chenery. â

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--------!"THE PERFIDIOUS WELSHMAN."

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TENBY COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

A SECOND CHARGE.

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