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BALA COLLEGE. A meeting was held at the lecture room of the above college on Friday, to announce the result of the examination held a few weeks ago. The follow- ing prizes were awarded, the names appearing in the order of merit:—■ SENIOR CLASS —Fourth Year H. O. Hughes, Cefnywaen, Carnarvon: B. T. Williams, Llanrug, Carnarvon; L Jones, Cyfyiliosr, Ruthin; D. Man- uel, Llanidloes W. O. Jones, Chwilog; T. C. Jones, Bangor, and R. Williams, Denbigh, iilO each. D. Edwards, Bhos, Ruabon; Richard Thomas, Pen- rhyndeudraeth, and J. Evans, Pennal, Machynlleth, ^87 each.—Third Year W. Davies, Llanerchymedd O. M. Jones, Talsarn, Carnarvon J. Williams, Beaumaris, and W. W. Davies, Groeslon, Carnarvon, £ 10 each. O. P. Owen, Machynlleth, taken sick, .£6. -Second Year W. Glynne Jones, Carnarvon D. D. Williams, Croesor J. E. Evans, Liverpool, and R. E. Williams, Lleyn, 47 each.—First Year R. Morris, Bala W. Evans, Maohynlleth R H. Jones, Bangor; J. D. Evans, Chester; Edward Edwards, Wrexham; G. Williams, Llangefni, and W. J. Williams, Carnarvon, X-7 each. J. J. Hughes, Cric- cieth, taken sick, .£4. THEOLOGY.—H. O. Hughes, W. Davies, D. Manuel, D. Edwards, R. Jones, W. Glynne Jones, R. T. Williams, W. O. Jones, R. Williams, T. C. Jones, O. P. Owen, J. Williams, O. Jones, W. Lloyd, R. H. Jones, R. Morris, R. E. Williams, D. E. Jones, D. D. Williams, W. Evans, J. Williams, R. Thomas, J. Evans. OTHER PRIZES.Roberts Scholarship, £ 20 H. O. Hughes, Carnarvon. Executors of the late Mr Thomas Jones, Ruthin: Fourth year, R. T. Williams, < £ 10 R. Jones, £ 6 third year, W. Davies, JB5 10s., O. Jones, £ 4 10s. first year, R. Morris, Bala, .£4. And the committee of the college gave the following -Second year, W. Glynne Jones, £ 5, D. D. Williams, 1!4 first year, W. Evans .£3. Mr Harrison Jones, of Liverpool, gave £10 for the best examinations in Welsh grammar, and this was divided between R. Williams, Denbigh, and Richard Thomas. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES TO ENTER COLLEGE.— John Owen, Liverpool Cadwaladr Jones, Dolgelley; John Davies, Bala T. E. Griffith, arnarvon T. Davies, Carnarvon W. P. Owen, Anglesea J. H. Owen, Lleyn J. Roberts, Vale of Conway G. Parry, Carnarvon Morris Williams, Carnarvon J. Rogers, Lancashire Presbytery. The Charles Schol- arship of X15 was divided between C. Jones, Dol- gelley, and J. Davies, Bala.

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