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The Afternoon Meeting

The Awards


The Awards Were as follows:—Collection of wild nowers 1, E. Jones, Walwen 2, M. Jones, Tan-y- fynwent 3, W. Davies, Mostyn Terrace. Miss Pierce (Trelogan Hall) also awarded 6d to each of the other children who competed. For the children's piano solo, Miss Jones, North Brook Street, Liverpool, carried off the prize. Mr Lewis Hughes, Bryniau, Meliden, was the winner for a Welsh essay. The prize for the children's solo went to Miss Holland Birkenhead. The winner of the prize for a pencil sketch Was Mr Jos. Williams, Llanasa. For a Welsh recitation the winners were 1, Howell Jones, Ffynnongroew; 2, H. Williams. Greenfield. The contralto solo provided a keen contest, and the winner was Miss J. Davies, Marian. Cwm. Mrs Evans, Bala, secured the prize for fitting gloves, and for making a dressing Jacket Glwadys (who did not appear) won. In the two choral competitions, Birkenhead United carried off the prizes. Hr T J. Levi (Swansea Valley) won the prize for Welsh poetry. For the tenor solo, the winner was Mr Tom Morris, Brymbo. Mr T. C. Nuttall, Liverpool, was awarded first in the reciting competition. During the proceedings Mr Jones (The schools) said how greatly indebted the Committee was to Mr Ralli, not only for the UJoral support but also for the financial suppoit he gave to that eisteddfod year after year, and the vote of thanks to Mr Ralli for presiding was seconded by Huwco Penmaen I? and carried very heartily.

The Prize Winners



High-Class Concert.


"Charley's Aunt ' Again.

The Pierrots


Boys' Brigade.

Anniversary services.

The Oddfellows.




Sunday School .Trip.-.":".'.

Shipping... " -I

Lecture at Axtyn.

History of the Parish.

The Concert

Children's Service.

List of Visitors at Meliden.


Gwespyr Mission Church. y


List of the Prize-Winners.

The Evening Meeting

Parish Church Bazaar.

Sunday School Trip.

English Service.

Local Winners.

Baptist Preaching Meetings..