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C.HLFARIA, ABERCVNON. Cynelir Eisted dfcd Ynylleuchod, ] Dydd Gwener y Groglith. 1902. i Prif ddarn, 1'r cor neb fod dan 50 mewn rhif a gano yn oreu, 4 Then round about ( the Starry Throne.' Gwobr, lOp a hotter gini i'r arweinydd. I Fr cor o blant a gano yn oi^ii,' Goleu yn y Glyn,' (Sankey) Cymraeg neu Seis- ne^. Caniateir w.yth 1 gynorthwyo. Gwobr ofta 10s, a thlws hardd i'r arweinydd, j xriawd, 12s 6ch deuawd, los. Yr un- awdau a'r prif adroddiad 7s 6ch yr un. j Beirniaid y caDU, Mri J T Davies, G., j Htrwaun, a E Kees, Abercynon. » Yr adroddiadau, Parch W joses, Perirhiwceiber T Programs yn cynwys y manvlion oddi- wrth yr Ysgn am y pris arferol, T. James, Ysg Gohebol, 21, Cardiff road E Edwards, 24, North st, Abercynon. GRAND Competitive Concert At SOAR CHAPEL, LLWYNHENDY (Kindly lent for the cccasion), On Saturday,Mar ch 15, 1902 j Under the auspices o f lie 'Llew a Chalon' Ten. of Rechabkes, Llwynhendy. Champion Solo (any soJo), 4p 4s and a Silver Cup. Otfier competitions, lp Is each. Adjudicators — Music, Wm TJhonias, Esq., Tuci k Recitations, Rev R Gwylfa Roberts, Ufanelly. Accompanist, D T Evans, L.R.A.M,, A.RC.O. Programs, Id post free. Sècs- T Williams, College sq, Llanelli; W H Jones, Cwmfelin, Llanelli. Llanharran Eisteddfod. -0- THE TENTH Annual Y Eisteddfod Will be held in a Spacious Marquee on WHIT TUESDAY, May 20th 1902. ADJUDICATORS— Music-Mr. D.EVANS (Eos Dar), Mar dy D. CD AVIES, ESQ., Cardiff. Bands—PAUL DRAPER, ESQ., Penartfa. Literature and Conductor for the day— TOM JOHN, ESQ., Llwyn pia. Accompanist— MADAM F. JONES REES, C.R.A.M., Llanharran. Male Voice Test Prize, 'Sparten Heroes prize, 15and a gold medal to conductor. Mixed Choirs, Yco-yo, come travellers prize, lOP. Brass Band Contest, 'Turline' (Wrigfat & Round), first prize, 8p j 2nd, 3P, Marching Contest prize, IP. Fhrther particulars from Sec.— MR. SAMUEL GRONON, Cped-bychan, Llanharran. Tabernacl, Ferndale. Cynelir EISTEDDFOD la y capel uchod, Gwener y Groglith, Maw. 28, 902 Llywyddion Councillor Smith, Tylors- town, a Mr D W Thomas, Mining Engin- eer, Ferndale, Arweinydd D Evans, D.C. Beirniaid Cerddoriaeth, M W illiam Tffomas, Treorky. Amrywiaeth Mr Towy Thomas, Porth. Cyfeilyddes: Miss Mary Morgan, A.L.C.M. Prif Ddarn, I'r parti Male Voice ddim 4an 30 mewn rhif a gano yn oreu,« 0 mor ber yn y man.' £3. l'i pa: ti o Want ddim dan 35 a gano yn ereu, Hyfryd Ganaan. £1 10s. Tenor, Merch o'r Seer: 10s 6eh. Deuawd, 4 Gw ys i'r Gad' 10s 6ch {5v^rtett, Pan gilia'r Niwl: 12s. An.t _v\\ ) webrwyon pwysig ereill. Yrrotyner am bob manylion ac am P ograms gan yr Ysg, D J Treharne, 35, Brynhyfryd, Ferndale. Programs syda'r post, 1-1c. 2 Cartel! i isteddfod (iadeiriol DYFED, Dydd Mercher, Awst y 13eg, 1902. J t I' r corawl, 'The Night is De- v> Hymn of Prai-e(Mendelssohn) GWOBP, £ ioo X Darnau Cerddorol gwerth 3p i'r arwein- jaa buddugol. 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I can vith confidence recommend it, and have cured very many thousands by its use, after they have been given up as hopeless. Yours respectfully, JOHN DAVIE S MADAME JOHN THOMAS (SOPRANO), Winner of Soprano Solo at National Eisteddfod, Llanelly For Oraisrio, Operative <5^ Ballad Concert -{)- Address— 8, Station Road, Llanelly. \V I IJTJIAJYLS' (PONTARDAWE) WOBLM OZENtiES Am dros ddeng mlynedd ar hugain y mae y meddyginiaeth werthfawr hon wedi profi yn llvvyddiant perffaith. Y mae yr effaith ga ar blajat eiddill a gwanaidd (hya y nod pan wedi eu rhoddi i fyny yn ^nwelladwy) yn wyrthioi. Y mae y pJemyn teneu, gwyneb- welw a difywyd, trwy gymeryd y Lozenges, yn cael gwared o'i blaau poenyddol, ac yn dyfbd yn hollol iach. Syr,-Yr wyf am beth amser wedi defn jddiø eich "Worm Lozenges" yn fy nheulu. ac yn eu caei yn feddyginiaeth gyflym, ar effeithicd at "ascarines" neu "throat worms," i ac y mae eu ffurf gyfleus a dymomoi yn eu cymeradwyo i blant-W. Hutchinson, Ficei Howden. Ar werth mewn bIychau, 9 Y2 c., is i c, a 23 9c, gan fferyllwyr a gwerthwyr Patent Medicines, neu am 14 a 84 stamps oddiwrth J. DAVIES (Chemist), 30, High Street. Swansea. KERNICK'S Vegetable Pills re easy to swallow, being Very frr Headaches, SLiver & Stomach ire easy to swallow, ved remedy roubles, Dyspepsia, Co nstipation, nd all kindred com plaints; also heumatismand Ti c. Taken in me, they will break c up a Cold, Prevent Iinfluenza or La Grippe, heck Fever, Regulate the Func- ions of the Body, and CITil E SI< K HE CACHES. Of all Chemists, &c., in 7^d.. 13t d., and 2s. 9d. boxe^ or di ect of KERNICK & So N,Ld.. ardiff. BOARD SQHOOLS, SKEWEN. -0- A Grand Competitive Concert Will be held at the abov: Schools, On Saturday, March 15th, 1902. Presidept J N Moore, Esq, J.P. Conductor W Howell, Esq, C.C Adjudicators: Music, Hat t y Evans, Esq. F Recitation, James Clement. Esq, Swansea. Accompanist: Miss Maggie Jones, L., Waunwen. Program-Chanpion solo, For any solo cut of the following four books, Creation, Messiah, Elijah, and Judas Maccabaeus. Prize, 3p 3s, and a Silver Cup, value 2p 10s. Contralto solo, Alone on the Raft,' one guinea. Soprano solo, Holy City,' one guinea. Tenor solo, 1 0 na byddai'n Haf o hyd' one guinea. Recitation Hwyr a Bore or Adrodd^ wr, one guinea. Programmes from Sec. for Id, through post l^d, Mr J Thomas, 35, New road, Skewen, Neath. BETHESDA CHAPEL, I LLANGENNRGH. I -0- ,I The Second Annual I Competitive Concert Will be held at the above place On Saturday, March 1, 1902. President-Alderman David Evans, J.P., Llangennech Adjudicator of Music: Mr Howell (Pencerdd Dyfed), G. & L., F.N.C.M. Recitation Rev. Gwylfa Roberts, Llanelli. Accompanist Mr, Ceredig Williams, Llangennech. Events 1 Champion Solo (any Solo) open to all voices Prize, 3p 3s. 2 Soprano Solo "Vision of the Cro^™ lp Is. 3 Tenor Solo 1 Baner e'r^ Üwlad' Prize, lp Is. 4 Bass Solo Merch y Cadben' Prize lp ls4 5 Recitation (any object), Prize, Ip Is. 6 For the rendering of any solo (open to those who have. not previously won 10/6) Prize, 10/6. Preliminary Tests at 2.30 p.m. For further particulars apply to the Secretaries Mr J'OHN EVANS, Bridgend st, Lhingeanech; Mr J. GRIFFITHS, Danyparc. .I BETH AN 1 A, ABERFAN. On Saturday, March 8th, 1902, a Grand Competitive CONCERT Will be held at the above chapel. Presidents Wm Abraham, Esq., M.P Alfred Thomas, Esq., M.P. Conductor: Rev Gurnos Jones, Ll.D., Lianbradach. Adjudicator of Music Tom Price, Esq., G & L., Merthyr TydfFt. Recitations Rev Gurnos Jones, LI. Accompanist: Gwilym Lewis, E Conductor Orchestral Band, Merthyr. Chairman of Committee Rev D. Johns Treasurer Mr R. Bvans, Merthyr Vale Champion solo-Male Voice 1 For the best rendering cf any solo from M essiaht Creation, Elijah, Judas Maccabseus, S Paul, or Ystorm Tiberias. Prize, 3p 3s, & a handsome Marble Clock, value 2 guineas (the gift of C H Fiooks, Esq., Merthyr) Champion solo—Female Voice 2 For the best rendering of any solo from the Messiah, Creation, Elijah, Judas Macca. baeus, St Paul, or Ystorm Tiberias. Prize, 3p 3s, and a handsome Electro Silver Tea Pot, value 1 guinea (the gift of Messrs Kendal & Dent, Jewellers, 106, Cheapside, London, B.C.) Male Voice Competition—3 Teror 0 na byddai'n Haf o Hyd (W Davies, 0- ford) Bass, I Y Teithiwr a i Gi.' Prize, 10/6, and a handsome Silver Mounted Umbrella, value 10/6 (the gift of Messrs R T Jones, & Co., Drapers, Merthyr). Female Voice Competition 4 Soprano, Yr Hen Gerddor (Pugh vans) Con- tralto Cwsg fy Mhlentyn (Pugh Evans) published by Parry, Oxford street, Swan- sea. Prize, 10/6, and a handsome Siller Mcunted Umbrella, value 10/6 (the gift of Messrs J Jones & Son, Manchester House, Merthyr). Recitation 5 Test Pieces— (a) I Ti wyddost beth ddywed fy Nghalon (Ceir- iog); (b) Glan yr Iorddoaen Emyn 864, Y Caniedydd Cynulleldfaol. Prize, one guinea, and a handsome chair value 10/6 (tfcfegift of the Merthyr Furnishing Co. Penillion Singing with the Harp 6 For the best penillion singing (open) with the Harp. Prizg, lp 10s, and a Handsome' Music Stool value one guinea (the gift of the Roath Furnishing Co, Cardiff). Programs of the See—Mr B M Thomas, Fronheolog, Aberfan road, Merthyr. Eisteddfod Gadeiriol GWENT, Llungwyn, Mai 1ge9, 1902. PRIF DESTYNAU. Awdl, I Gwlad Gwent;' gwobr, 3p 35., a Chadair Gwent. Prlf Draethawd, Gwreiddioldeb' 3P 3s. Corau cymysg, Send out Thy light' (Gem- nod), prize 3op. Corau Meibion, The Monk's War March,' (Dr Parry), prize, 2op. Corau Plant, A Shedherd's Lallaby,' (T. D. Edwards). sp. Brass Bands (Class B.), 'Songs of Other Days), gp., 6p., 3p. Pedwarawd a gini yr un. Unawdau, gini yr un. Adroddiadau, ip is., a 10/6. Traethodau, dwy gini a gini yr un. Barddoniaeth, ip IS., 12/6, a 10/9. Cyfansoddiad Cerddorol (Part Song), 2 2S. Am fanylion pellach, ymofyner a'r ysgrif- nydd— 1. W. EDWARDS, Rhymni. Bay your Own House. 1 The easiest and best way to do so is by means of The Pioneer Protective House Purchase Policy. [t gives far more satisfaction than Build- ing Clubs. All Rent Saved. Be vour own Landlord and save the 'ent for Old Age. Particulars post free, from the Inspect- )r-D. DAVIES, Dewi Villa, Stuart Street, Aberdare. Printed and Published by Gwiiym Dorgan Evans, at his General Printing Office, 19, Cardiff street, Aberdare, in the bounty of Glamorgan, February 27 1902, HEBRON, DOWLAIS. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD I Will^be. held at the above place on Tuesday, April the 1st. 19^2 I. Prif Deiarn; Dyddiau <Jyn p „jfi r glaswelltyri," heb fod dan 40 irr u-f V 1,1.1 rail; £ 5, & bat hot 1} n arian. ■ 2-„Car^I>ifnt' sinej love to smg, not to be under 40 m £ 2 and; a Silver Metiial. 3. Ma™a<J i Thor CieEarris, Dowlaas. POD RA^VIBN CAD ysgnfenvud, £ i Programm.E t ,,A by \:s.g, J. Richards, 2, Coedcae, Dowlais Top. pIJBUCIHALL, BRYNAMAN. In connection with the GWAUNCAEGURWEN RECHABITE DRUM AND FIFE BAND, A GRAND COMPETITIVE LA 5 .Vi CONCERT Will be held ON SATURDAY, MARCH 8th, 1902. Adjudicators Vocal Solos, Mr. Thos. Powell, G. & L., Glais Instrumental Solos, Mr. R. Castle, Gwaencaegurwen; Recita- tions, Rev. B. D. Davies, Carmel, GwauH caegurwen. Chairman, Dr. S. James, Gwauncaegurwen. Conductor, Rev. J. Thomas, Cwmgorse. Accompadist, Mr. Luther Owen, Llanelly. Tests at 4 o'clock sharp. Doors open et 6 to commence at 6.30. Admission Reserved Seats, 2s. 6d. Front do., 2s Second do., is. EVENTS. 1. Champion Solo (Male Voice) 330 And Gold Medal, given by a Friend, value I 1 o 2. Champion Solo (Fem. Voice 3 3 0 And a Handsome Silver Cup, given by Mr David Thomas, jeweller, etc., Swansea I 1 o 3. Second Class Solo (Male Voice) toi those who have not prev- iously won i os 6J& or more o 15 o And a Handsome Reading Lamp, given by Mr John Morgan, ironmonger, etc., G.C.G. o 12 6 4. Second' Class Solo (Female Voice) to those who have not previously won 10s 6d or more o 15 o And a Silk Umbrella, given by Messrs. D. Jenkins & Sons, The Shop, G.C.G., value. 0 10 0 5. Instrumental Solo (any wind Instrument) I 1 o And a Silver Medal, given by I Messrs. Boosey & Co., .1 London, value o 15 o 6. Solo to Boys under 16 years I of age uo 0 10 o 7. First Class Recitation o 15 a And a Silver Medal, value o 10 o 8. Second Class Recitation (to those who have not previously won Si. or more) o 7 6: NOTE.-In all the 'Events, Competitors, are allowed to choose their different pieces. Programmes, id. each, and all further particulars may be obtained of the Sec.: j Joseph Williams, 3, Rock Terrace, Cwmgorse, Gwaun-cae-gurwen, R.S.O. I ALLTWEN CHAPEL, j ONT AURSDAY, MARCH 15th, 1902, Competitive Concert Will be held in the above pla,b, in conec- tion with the Cwmtawe District of True Ivorjjtes. Champion Solo Competition. 1. For the best rendering of any solo (Oopen to all voices) 3 3 o And a Gold Medal. Soprano Solo Competition. 2. For the best rendering of "0 Divine Redeemer" (Gounod) in the highest key I I o! And a Gold Brooch (given by the Coventry Co-operative Watch Manufacturing Society Ltd.) Tenor Solo Competition. 3. For the best rendering of "Jerusalem" (J. H. Roberts) 1 I o (Given by Thos. James, Esq., Colliery Manager, Loughor.) Bass Solo Competition. 4. For the best rendering of "Caradog" (R. S. Hughes) I I o Action Song Competition. 5. For the best rendering of "Merry Singers" (Tom Pierce Cow- ling), published by Messrs J. Cur- wen & Sons, London. (Confined to children under 14 years of age, and 12 in number) 2 2 o And a Silver Medal to the Teacher (given by the Coventry Co-oper- ative Watch Manf. Soc., Ltd.) Recitation Competition. 6. "Ystori Gyffredin" (gan Geu- fronydd) o'r "Adroddwr" (Deiniol Fychan) I I o President,—F. W. Giibertson, Esq., Pont- ardawe. Conductor,-Rev. R. Rees, Allt- wen. Adjudicators Music-D. W. Lewis, Esq., G.T.S.C. Recitation-Revd D. G. Jones, Pontardawe. Accompanist, Miss Hannah Thomas. DAVID JAMES, Treasurer. D. T. WILLIAMS, Secretary. Alltwen Hill, Pontardawe, R S.O. 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Gwarentir ei fod yn Ddiniwed, Tystiolaethia u Goreu Gwerthir gan bob Chemist mewn Potelau am 1/1 J, 2/ a 3/6. M. HOWELL JONES, A.P.S., MOUNTAIN ASH + COTTAGE HOSPITAL EIGHTH ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held on Easter Monday, Mar. 31,1902. Chief Choral-' Ye Nations,' £ 100 Second do, 'O Foreu Teg' £ 20 Male Voice, 4 The Monks' War Song,' £ 40 Juvenile, The Shep- herd's Lullaby," £ 14 Brass Baftds, Class A, 'Auber,' £ 40 Brass c Bands. B, 'Maria di Rohau,' £ 20; Fife do., 'Gems of Irish Melodies, £ 12. Duet, 16 pruaes for Solos, 2 Reeitatons, Penilhoa Snging, Ambulance, etc. —— Prffgramme, 2^d. post free. J D. T. EYARS.