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LAMPETER. ] Death.—The death took place on Sat- urday at Fairfield, North-read, of Miss Nancy Da vies, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T. L. Davies, at the early age of twenty. Deceased had been in delicate health for a long time. She was of a bright and kindly disposition and greatly liked by all who knew her. Much sym- pathy is felt for her parents and her little sister in their bereavement. The fun- eral, which was a private one, took place on Wednesday when interment was made it St. Peter's Churchyard. The Rev H. P. Atkins (W.) officiated at the house and the Kevs R. H. Richards and D. J. Evans at the church and graveside. The coffin was covered with beautiful wreaths. Eisteddfod.—A successful eisteddfod was held at the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening in connection with Brondeifi Chapel. Councillor J. E. Jones, Eryl, was the chairman and "Mr W. Lewis, C.M. conducted. Mr J T Rees, Mus. Bac., Aberystwyth, adjudicated the music, and the miscellaneous part was adjudi- cated by the Revs H. P. Atkins, Daniel Jones, S. E. Prytherch, and T. LI. Rod- erick. The accompanists were Miss Lee Thomas, Buckingham Place, and Mr E. W. Price, Bridge-street. Mr T. Davies, Teify Forge, carried out the duties of treasurer. There was a keen competi- tion anà the large hall was crowded, which reflects creditably on the secretar- ies (Mr David Jones, Drover's-road, and Mr E. D. Davies, Cwmanne). The fol- lowing wiere (the. prizer-wiYinersl: — Solo, under twelve, Y Fwyalchen," 1, Aniue Davies Peterwell-terrace; 2; Maud Trus- cott, Ram. Solo, under sixteen, "Bells of Aberdovey." 1, Margaret Jane Davies, Cwmanne; 2, Maxy SLmrisa Davies, Bettws. Solo tenor, ''Death of Nelson," Mr T. J. Jones, C.M., Llanwnen. Quar- tette, "Rhosvnau," Miss Herbert, Lam- peter, and friends. Poetry to the Bud- get," half the prize awarded to Mr Rees, Rhosfeilig, Llangybi, the only competitor. Soprano solo, "Y Ffarwel Cynt." 1, Miss M. A. Davies. Rhoslwyn; special prize given by Mrs Dr-Evans was awarded to Miss M. A. Lewis, Garth. Children's choir "Come sail my barque" (prize given by Miss Lee Thomas). 1, choir led by Miss M. A. Davies, Rhoslwyn. Solo bari- tone, "Cymru fy Ngwlad," 1, Johnny Davies, Rhoslwyn. Chief choral, Y Gwanwyn," 30s. prize and a silver cup given by Mr D. Jones, jeweller. Two choirs competed and Lampeter Choir, con- ducted by Mr David Jones. Drover's- road. won. Recitation, "Ymson y Llof- rudd," Miss Maggie Evans, Penrhiwfawr, Llansawel. Duett, "Excelsior," Messrs Terwvn Davies and Stanley Price, Lampeter. Solo (open to those who had never won a prize before), "Cartref." Six entered the stage. The Adjudicator said all of them had good voices, but the piece was not one suitable to the class, and it was a kind of ballad singing that they] had heard. He would have to divide the prize between the six. Four choirs com- peted in the male voice party competi- tion. The prize was £1 and a silver pedal given by Dr and Mrs Evans, Tal- -4esin House. Llanwenog Choir, led by T; H. Davies, was awarded the prize. ] lecture.—At Siloh Chanel on Mo'"1 -mr- ldgthê Rev Hugh Hughes, the well- irnown Wesley an minister delivered ft lecture on "Christian Socialism." The chair was occupied by Dr Evan Evans, and the lecture was interesting and in- structive. On Sunday the reverend gentleman preached with great effect at the anniversary meetings held at the same chapel. Neuaddfawr Foxhounds.—The annual meet took place at the Royal Oak Hotel on Monday. There wero over a hundred on horseback present. The meet is al- ways a big one, but the attendance this year constituted a. record. The hounds were also followed by a large number on foot. Mrs Hughes, decided to first try Nantmawr Woods which she did and a fox soon broke cover. His run, however, was a short one, for it was killed in Mr David James's field on the Faloon- dale side of the Aberayron road. An- other fox was afterwards started, but was soon lost. St. Peter's Church.—Special services were held on Christmas Day. Holy com- munion was celebrated at seven and eight o'clock and at ten and 11.30. At the lat- ter service, the anthem, "There were shepherds abiding in the fields." was sung, and at the evening service the Welsh anthem, "Gogoniant Duw yn y Goruchaf." The clergymen who officiated ..Iring the day were the Revs Dr Bebb, S.D.C.. Chancellor Jones, W. LI. Foot- man M.A., Ben Davies, private secretary to the Bishop of St. David's, and R. H. Richards. The church tiad been taste- fullv decorated. Football.—A match was played on Mon- day between the town team and Llandys- sul at the Black Lion Field. The home team were by far the better players and won by twenty points to tljree. Golf.—The return, match between Lam- peter and New Quay was played on Peter- well Links on Tuesday. The day was an ideal one for golf and the representatives of the Lampeter'Club were in great form, winning all the singles and foursomes. The following were the results :—Singles Dr E. Evans beat E. Davies by 8 and 7 S.S.M. Baldwin beat T. Timothy by 7 and 6; A L. Roberts beat D. Thomas by 5 and 3. J. S. Jones beat J. T. Evans by 6 and 5; W. J. Williams beat A. Pierce by 2 and 1; E. Phil Jones beat J. Davies by 7 and 6. Foursomes: Dr Et. Evans and E. Phil Jones beat E. Davies and D. Thomas by 8 and 6: J. S. Jones and W. J. Williams beat A. Pierce and J. T. Evans by 5 and 4; S.S.M. Baldwin and A. L. Roberts beat T. Timothy and J. Davies by and 3.