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Arddangosfa a Chystadlsnaethau Dyddorol yn Mharc y laenol- Dydd Sadwrn cynhaliwyd Arddangosfa Ardd- wrol, Own, a Dofednod, Hollti Llechi, a chystadl- euaebkaa Seiadyrf Pres yn at hare ysblenydd y Faenol. Daeth miloedd e bobl yn nghyd, a 'tkrodd yr anturiacth allan yn llwyddiant per- ffaith. Y llywylld. ydoedd Mr G. W. Duff Asshe- ten Smith, a'r kt-lytryddian oeddynt yr Anrliyd. W. W. Vivian, Cadben N. P. Stewart, Mr Lloyd W. G. Hughes, Mr Henry Assheton Duff, a Chadben J. G. Wyma Griffith. Y Cadben N. P. Stewart ydoedd ga4leiryd4l y Pwyllgor Gweinydd- iadol, a Mr T. Ll»yd Williams oedd yr is-gadeir- ydd. Llaawyd y jrwytffl. o drysorvddion gaR Mri Richard Pritchard a Robert Roberts a chafodd y gwaith o ysgrifenydd ei gario yn mlaen yn fodd- haol gan Mr H. Hugkes, Ysgol Genedlaethol Llanddeiniolea. Y bejiroaaid -e-w. Mr Midgeley Marsden, Manceinion. Dofednod: Mr Robert Anthony, Yorkshire. Colomenod ac adar cawell- og: Cadben Whiskin. Moch Mr Thomas Ro- berts. Planhigion a blodeu Mri A. Calder a K. Wright. OwTEdVHysi»w a ffrwytk&u Mri T. Ro- berts ac R. Williams. Mel: Mr R. Hughes. Ymenyn, etc. Mrs E. Thomas, Mrs M. LI. Hughes, a Misfe Panting. Cymerodd mabolgampau le yn ystod y PTJQ- nawn, a phasiodd boigpetk heibio yn llwyddivius. Yn yr hwyr cafodd y pare ei oleuo gan v trouuwi trydanol mewn cysylltiad a Swit^ribaor Mr man. Ymgynyrchodd canoedd fwynhau ("1 Lun- ain. Yr oedd y cystadleuaetliau a'r Jyfarni:ll"u fel y canlyn HORTICULTURE. Window Plant-n.-Bqgonia, plant in pot: 1 (equal), G. Jones, Bodargraig, Capel Graig, a Miss Ellen Jones, Fronoleu, Ebcnezer. Begonia, ornamental foliage ra pet: 2, G. Jones, Bodar- graig, Capel Graig. Fuchsia, single 1, Robert Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeimolen. Geran- ium, single: 3, Robert Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen. Geranium, double: 2, Hughie Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen 3, Robert Hughes, ditto. Porwaitra, bieolour or tricolour: 3, Robert Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen. Any three variety: 2, Robert Hughes, School- house, Llanddeiniolen. Flowers in Pots.—Balsam, two varieties: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottage, Poitdinorwic 2 (equal), Thomas J. Davies, do., and Mrs Ann Davies, do. Begonias, two varieties: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Mrs Ann Davies, do. Coleus, two varieties: 1, T. J. Davies, Incline Cettoge, Portdinorwic 2, Mrs Ann Davies, do. Ferns, hardy, three varieties 1, Mrs Ann Davies, Iaoline Cottage, Portdinor- wic 2, Thomas J. Davies, do 3, Win. Davies, do. Fuchsia, single, two varieties: 1, Mrs Ann Davias, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Wm. Davies, do. Fuchsi&, double, two varieties 1, William Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Mrs Ann Davies, do. Geraniums, single, two varieties: 2, Thomas J. Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic; 3, William Davies, do. Geran- iums, double, two varieties: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic; 2, Mrs Ann Davies, do; 3, Thomas J. Davies. Geraniums, variegated, two varieties: 2, William Davies, In- cline Cottages, Portdinorwic 3, Mrs Ann Davies. Lilium, two varieties: 2, Thomas J. Davies, In- cline Cottages, Portdinorwic. Palm, two varie- ties 1, John Turnbull, Vaynol Park 2, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic. Specimen plant in pot: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwie 2, Mrs Ann Davies. Col- lection of plants: 1, John Twnbull, Vaynol Park 2, William Davies. Incline Cottages, Port- dinorwic. Cut Flowers. -Asterv, three varieties, two of each: 1, Owen Eames, Mount Pleasant, Portdin- orwic 2, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cottages, do 3, H. Ellis Jones, do. Carnations or picotees, three varieties, two of each 1, Thomas J. Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic; 2, William Davies, do. Dahlias, single, two varieties, two of each 2, William Davies, Incline Cottages, Port- dinorwic. Dahlias, double, six varieties, one of each: 1, Owen Eames, Mount Pleasant, Port- dinorwic; 2, William Davies, Incline Cottages, do 3, Mrs Anm Davies, do. Gladioli, three vari- eties^ one of cash 1, H. Ellis Jojies, Incline Cot- tages, Portdinorwic 2, Thomas J. Davies, do. Marigold, two varieties, one of each 1, Thomas J. Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic; 2, Robert Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen; 3, Mrs Ann Daviee, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic. Pansies, six varieties, one of each: 1, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic 2, Owen Eames, Mount Pleasant, do. Phloxes, three varieties, two of each: 1, John Tumbull, Vaynol Park 2, William Davies, Incline Cottages, Port- dinorwic 3, Thoiaa J. Davies, do. Stocks, three varieties, tro of each: 1, Owen Eames, Mount Pleasant, Portdinorwic 2, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cc tages, do; 3, H. Ellis Jones, do. Roses, four -jrieties, one of each: 2, Mrs Ann Davies, Ineli e Cottages, Portdinorwic 3, Wm. Davies, do. Annuals, six varieties, one of each 1, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cottages, Port- dinorwic 2, Wm. Davies, do 3, John Turnbull, Vaynol Park. Perennials, six varieties, one of each: 1, John Turnbull, Vaynol Park; 2, Wm. Davies, Incline Cottages, Portdinorwic 3, Mrs Ann Davies, do. Bouquet of garden flowers 1, John Turnbull, Vaynol Park 2, H. Ellis Jones, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic. Bouquet of wild flowers (open to children under 14 ars old): 1, J. Blodwen Jones, Bodargraig, Capel Graig; 2, Walter Turnbull, Vaynol Park; 3, G. Albert Bone, 3, Terfyn-terrace, Portdinorwic; 4, Hughie Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen. VEGETABLES. Bread beans, 20 pods: 1, Wm. Davies, Incline Cottage, Port-dinerwic; 2, Mrs Ann Davies, do; 3, Thomas J. Davies, do. French beans, 20 pods 1, R. Roberts, Railway- terrace, Portdinorwic 2, Robert Hughes, Schoel House, Llaxdeiiiiolen 3, William Davies, In- cline cottage, Portdinorwic. Kidney beans, 20 pods 1, Thomas P. Davies, Statio* House, Griffith's Crossing; 2, Mrs Ann Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 3, Wm. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic. Red cabbages, two heads: 1, H. Parry, Glan- 'rafon Farm. Carrots, a bunch of six 1, H. Parry. Glan- rafcm Farm 2, O. O. Lewis, Pendinas Mawr 3, Hughie Hughes, Schoolhouse, Llanddeiniolen. Cauliflowers, two heads: 1, Evan Thomas, Tanydderwen. Cucumbers, three: 1, H. Parry, farm 3, John Turnbull, Yaynol Park. Lettuce, cabbage three: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Thomas J. Davies, do. Lettuce, cos, tiiree: 1, William Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic; 2, Thomas J. Davies, do. Onions, autumn sown, twelve: 1. Thomas J. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Thos. P. Davies, Station House, Griffiths' Crissing 3, W in. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic. Onions, spring sown, twelve: 1, Thomas P. Davies, Station House, Griffiths' Crossing 2, H. Parry, Glan'rafon farm; 3, R. S. Davies, Caerhos, Seion. Parsley, curled, one root: 1, Wm. Daves, In- cline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, R. S. Davies, Caerhos, Seion; 3, R. Roberts, Railway-terrace, Portdinorwic. Peas, 20 pods 1, Thomas J. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2, Wm. Davies, do; 3, Mrs Ann Davies, do. Potatoes, kidneys, twelve: 1. R. Jones, Flor- ence-terrace, Portdinorwic 2, R. Roberts, Rail- way-terrace, Portdinorwic. Potatoes, round, twelve: 1, H. Parry, Glan- rafon Farm; 2, Thos. J. Williawis, Post Office- row, Saron 3, O. O. Lewis, Pendinas Farm. Potatoes, kidme-r. three varieties, six of each 1, T. J. Williams, Post Office-row, Saron; 2, H. Parry, Glau'rafon Farm 3, W. Davies, Incline Cottage. Potatoes,, round, three varieties, six of each 1, T. J. Williams, Post Office-row, Saron 2, H. Parry, Gla«'rafon Farm; 3, Robert Williams, Penrhoswylfa. Swedes, three: 1, Morris Williams, Tyddvn Badin 2, Wm. Owen, Aden, Carnarvon 3, E. Jones, Penrhyn Farm. Garden turnips, three: 1, H. Parry, Glan- rafon Farm 2, Thos. J. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 3, Mrs Ann Davies, dot Field turnips (additional), three: 1, Morris Williams, Tyddin Badin 2, Wm. Owen, Aden, Carnarvon 3, Robert Thomas, Cefm Cynric. Mangels, three: 1, H. Parry, Glan'rafon Farm 2, J. Griffith, Bryn, Carnarvon; 3, Wm. Owen, Aden, Carnarvon. Radishes, two varieties, six of each: 1, R. S. Davies, Caerhos, Seion; 2, John Turnbull, Yay- nol Park. Shalots, six clusters as grown 1, Wm. Davies, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic 2. Thos. J. Da- vies, Incline Cottage 3, Thos. P. Davies, Station House, Griffith's Crossing. Vegetable marrow, three 1. H. Parry, Glan- 'rafon Farm 2, T. P. Davies, Station House, Griffith's Crossing 3, William Jones, Halfway, Portdinorwic. Rhubarb, six stalks 1, W. O. Hughes, Bryn Adda; 2. William D-uies, Fn'-hi.e Cottage 3, William Hughes, P. r-vii A-id-a. Collection of vegetables, six varieties: 1, R. Parry, Glan'rafon Var y. 2, hs Anyi l).iv'es, In- cline Cottage. FRUITS. Six dessert apples: 1, H. Parry, Glan'rafon Farm. Six kitchen apples: 1. John Roberts, Glyn- trefor. Bethel; 2, H. Parry, Glan'rafon Fans 3, Robert Hughes, School House, Llanddein- ioletfi. A dish of gooseberries, any colour: 1, H. Par- ry, Glan'rafon Farm 2 and 3, John Turnbull, Vaynol Park. Collection of fruits, four varieties 1, H. Parry, Glan'rafon Farm. ¡ POULTRY (Open). Dorking any colour, cock and hen: 1, Colonel Is. Sandbach, Hafodunos, A ergele; 2 and 3, George Roddick, Capel Graig, Bangor. Game, black-red or brown-red cock and hen 1, R. E. Rowlands, Gwynfryn, Bancror: 2, Joseph Williams, Goetra, do; 3, M. E. Johnson, Goetra Farm, do. Game, pile or duckwiag, cock and hen: 1, Joseph Williams, Goetra, Bangor. I Old English, or any other variety of game, cock and hen: 1, Colonel S. Sandbach, Hafodunos, Abergele 2 and 3, Ellis Williams, Maescadwgan, Old Colwyn. Leghorns, any variety, cock and hen: 1, John Najaney, 28, Holvwell-terrace, Carnarvon; 2, Mrs H. E. Davies, Tyndonan. Llangefni; 3, J. Gerrard, Grange Farm, Hartford, Cheshire. Minorcas, Spanish or Andalusians, cock and hen: 1, J. W. D. Beattie, Hafodunos, Abergele; 2, Mrs Natli Roberts, Bryn Cadnant, Carnarvon; 3, John Nanney, 28, Holywell-terrace, Carnar- von. Brahmas, Cochins or Langshans, cock and hen 1, Henry Parry, Llainwen, Llanberis; 2, R. E. Rowlands, Gwynfryn, Bangor; 3, Inspector Hampshire, Bangor. Hamburghs, any variety, cock and hen: 1, Isaac Roberts, Penygilfach, Llanberis; 2, Wm. Llewelyn, Craig Llwyd, Llandinorwic 3, Owen Jones, Mount Pleasant Hotel, Llanwnda. Game Bantams, cock and hen: 1, W. Pierce Williams, Ad vie, Upper Bangor 2 and 3, Thos. Owens, Brynywaen, Portdinorwic. Bantams, any variety, cock and hen 1, John Williams, Nant, Portdinorwic 2, Messrs Butter- worth and Co., Prize Poultry Yards, Tottington, Bury; 3, Hugh Hughes, Gas Works, Menai Bridge. Three spring chickens hatched after February 1, Robert Jones, Penybonc, Bangor 2, D. Mor- gan, Maesygroes, Llandegai 3, Ellis Williams, Maescadwgan, Old Colwyn. A counle of fowls, dressed (legs attached): 1, Evan Thomas, Tanydderwen. Drake and duck, any variety: 1, Colonel S. Sandbach, Hafodunos, Abergele 2, Robt. Henry Jones, Hafod Cottage, near Bangor 3, Hugh Ro- berts, Bodwylog, Llandegfan. PIGEONS (Open). Carriers, Homers or Dragons: 1, James P. Davies, huntsman, Llangefni; 2, John Williams, Hendre Goetra, Bangor; 3, Robert W. Taylor, Ysgoldy, Capel Graig. Fantails, Jacobins or Pouters: 1, R. R. Hughes, Aber Cottage, Portdinorwic; 2, John Owen Jones, Ysgoldy, Capel Graig; 3, John Thomas, Bryn Cerris, Penrhosgarnedd. Any other variety 1, M. E. Johnson, Goetra Farm, Bangor; 2, Robert W. Taylor, Ysgoldy, Capel Graig 3, W. Pearson, Tariybryn, Portdin- orwic. CAGE BIRDS (Open). Norwich (crested or crestbred): 1 and 2, Thos. J. Owen, 21, Greengate-str? -t, Carnarvon: 3, Robert Jones, 4, Hendre-t;tre3t do. Norwich, clear, yellnv or buff: 1, Thomas J. Owen, Greengate-stre.:t, Carnarvon 2. Evan D. Bron Menai, Carmel, Groeslon Z, J. W. Th-m-as. Glanadda, lhn; )- First feather, any vicVt: 1, J. W Tli<>m?s. Giar.ida, Bangor; 2 an! 3, T. Kdm:i- IN Munt, Carnarvon. Mule, any variety: 1, < 3.rnorh ¡p.). 2'\ ITenwalia. Carnarvon British birds: 1, Owen R. Williams, Eifion Rouse, Portdinorwic 2 and 3, Thomas J. Owen, 21, Greengate-street, Carnarvon. Foreign birds 1, Natli Roberts, solicitor, Car- narvon; 2, Owen Jones, Mount Pleasant Hotel, Llanwnda. SHEEP DOGS. Collies, rough-coated dog or bitch: 1, T. E. Owen, Collie Farm, Llandudno 2, Bob Williams, Brynbeddau, Waenfawr 3, Mrs Jones. Liverpool Arms Hotel, Beaumaris. Collies, smooth-coated dog or bitch: 1, Henry Williams, Moelydon, Portdinorwic 2, Bob Wil- liams, Brynbeddau, Waenfawr; 3, Owen R. Wil- liams, Bryn Celyn, do. TERRIERS. Welsh terriers, dog or bitch: 1, Miss Savage, Brynafon, Bangor 2, W. C. Roberts, Dolhyfrvd, Llandudno 3, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir, Cric- cieth. Welsh terriers, dog pup: 1, Evan Jones, 43, New-row, Pwllheli: 2, Arthur Wilson, 19. Tanv- graig, Glanadda; 3, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir, Criccieth. Welsh terriers, bitch pup: 1, Miss Savage, Brynafon, Bangor; 2, Walter S. Glynn. Brynhirl Criccieth; 3, Hugh Reynolds, Marine Hotel, Criccieth. Fox terriers, rough or smooth dog or bitch 1, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir, Criccieth; 2, John Roberts, Bella Vista, Llandudno; 3, W. C. Ro- berts, Dolhyfryd, do. Terriers (Welsh and fox terriers excepted), dog or bitch 1, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir, Criccieth 2, G. H. Hodgson, The Kennels, Kirkfield, Bail- don; 3, A. S. Williams, Brynaerau, Pontllvfni, Clvnnog. SPANIELS. Spaniels, dog or bitch: 1, J. Williams, 45, High-street. Criccieth 2 and 3, Lady Magdalen Bulkoley, Baron Hill, Beaumaris. Any other variety not before mentioned 1, G. H. Hodgson, The Kennels, Kirkfield, Baildon, Shipley, Yorkshire 2, J. B. Nixon, Bank-place, Bangor; 3, Daniel Kelly, 9, Bridge-street, Car- narvon. PIGS. Store pig, not over six months old 1, Elias Jones, Ty'ncoed 2, Morris Williams, Tyddyn Badin. Four out of one litter, not over eight weeks old 1, Eliseus Jones, Penrhyn Farm. A breeding sow of any breed 1, Henry Parry, Glan'rafon Farm; 2, Morris Williams, Tyddyn Badin; 3, W. Thomas, Cefn Uchaf. yn BUTTER, etc. Four pounds of fresh butter (old method): 1, Mrs Martha Williams, Caegwydryn, and Mrs Parry, Glan'rafon Farm, equal 2, Mrs E. E. Hughes, Garth 3, Miss Maggie Roberts, Wern Fawr. Four pounds of fresh butter (new method): 2, Miss Ann Thomas, Cefn Uchaf. A collection from one farm of six turnips, six swedes, six mangels, and six potatoes: 1, Evan Thomas, Tandderwen 2, Elias Jones, Ty'ncoed 3, H. Parrv, Glanrafon Farm. HONEY. Two pounds of honey in comb 1, Jane Prit- chard, Cefn Coed, Ebenezer; 2, Griffith Griffiths, do. Two pounds of honey in glass jar: 1, Griffith Griffiths, Cefn Coed, Ebenezer; 2, Jane Prit- chard, do. EGGS. Dozen white eggs: 1, Mrs Martha Williams, Caegwydryn; 2, Mrs Thomas, Tandderwen 3, Mrs E. E. Hughes, Garth. Dozen brown eggs: 1, Mrs Catherine Owen, Rhos Gwvlfa; 2, Mrs Martha Williams, Cae- gwydryn 3, Mrs E. M. Williams, Cefn Cynric. OATMEAL CAKES. Six oatmeal cakes 1, Miss Maggie Roberts, Waenfawr 2, Mrs Catherine Owen, Rhosyrwylfa. SPECIAL PRIZES-HORTICU- LTU, RE. Best and second best bouquet of wild flowers, restricted to children under 14 years of age 1, G. Albert Bone, 3, Terfyn-terrace. Portdinorwic: 2, Arthur Bagg, Graad Lodge, Vaynol. Best and second best collection of vegetables in six sorts 1, H. Parry, Glan'rafon Farm. Best and second best collection of vegetables in six distinct sorts: 1, Robert Hughes, School House, Llanddeiniolen. Six swedes: 1, Elias Joaes, Ty'ncoed. Six mangels: 1, Evan Thomas, Tandderwen. Collection of vegetables grown by exhibitor: 1, J. Turnbull. POULTRY. Pen of three cross-bred fowls, owned 4iad bred by a cottager: 1, William Williams, 3, Caeglas, Portdinorwic. Leghorns, ceck and hen 1, John Nanney, Car- narvon. Pen (cock and hen) of Wyandoftes, Plf-mou-j^ Rocks or Langshans Special and 1, Mus Na-th Roberts, Bryn Cadnant, Carnarvon. PIGEONS AND CAGE BIRDS. Homer pigeon in the show: 1, James R Da- vies, Llangefni. Canary in the show 1, T. J. Owen, Carnarvon. British cage bird in the show 1, O. R. Wil- liams, Portdinorwic. DOGS. Retriever pup under twelve months old at clos- ing of entries: 1, B. Roberts, 1, Penrallt 'ï:las, Upper Bangor. Collie dog which has never won a first prize 1, Bob Williams, Brynbeddau, Waenfawr. Welsh terrier pup in the show 1, Evun Jones, New-row, Pwllheli. Welsh terrier pup in the show 1, Miss Savage, Bangor. dog, rci gh or smooth-cvitcd collie: 1. T. E. Owen, Collie Farm, Llandudno. W« Nh terr er, bred and exhibited by a 'wra- li !•; v oikuiyman 1, Robert L < Vea, "nm street, Carnarvon. Pointer, setter, or retriever in the show: 1, R. E. Butler, Llanddaniel. Collie pup in the show 1, Bob Williams, Bryn- beddau, Waenfawr. Challenge prize of a silver-plated cup, value two guineas, for the best dog in the field on the day of the show 1, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir, Cric- cieth. Slate timepiece case made from Dinorwic slabs, not to be under 18 inches high, the winning case to be the property of the prize-giver William Ro- berts was awarded the prize. COTTAGES COMPETITIONS. Neatest and cleanest cottage inside and out, con- fined to Llanfairisgaer: 1, Hugh Hughes. Quay Cottage 2, Owen Eauos. M-ut t Pleasant. Neatest and cleanest cottage inside and out, confined to Llanddeiniolen: 1, Henry Parry, blacksmith, Ystablau 2, Owen H. Morris, Glyn Arthur, Penisa'rwaen. Neatest and cleanest cottage inside and outside, confined to the parish of Pentir: 1, Hugh Ellis Jones, Incline Cottage, Portdinorwic, and Thos. J. Davies, do; 2, Samuel Owen, Carffoes, Tre- borth. SLATE SPLITTING COMPETITION. No. V., open to any Dinorwic Quarry employe who is under 18 years of age: 1, Ellis Robert Williams, Bodawen, Cwmyglo; 2, Owen J. Owen, Water-street, Llanberis. Ne VI., open to any Dinorwic Quarry employe who is under 18 years of age 1, Owen J. Owen, Water-street, Llanberis 2, David Thomas Wil- liams, Bryn Madoc, Brynrefail. No. VIII., open to the Dinorwic Quarry em- ploye who is under 21 years of age: 1, Rowland Price, Vron, Ebenezer. No. VII. t open to any Dinorwic Quarry em- ploye 1, W. Ellis, Cynfi House, Ebenezer. No. IV., open to the Dinorwic Quarry em- ployes who are under 21 years of age: 1, Owen W. Hughes, Tan'rallt, Brynsiencyn. No. I., challenge pcize value 230, presented by Mr Assheton Smith, owner of the Dinorwic Quarries 1, Cilgwyn Slate Quarries, Carnarvon. No. II., prizes value 213, given by Mr Asshe- ton Smith, owner of the Dinorwic Quarry steam- ships. open to Dinorwic Quarry employes only 1, J. J. Williams, Tyddyn Difyr, Ebenezer, and partner; 2, Richard Price, Vaynol-terrace, Eben- ezer, and partner. No. III., open to the Dinorwic Quarry em- ployes who are under 21 years of age: 1, H. Ar- thur Jones, Corlanau, Ebenezer. GRAND BRASS BAND CONTESTS. Class A (open)—Test piece, Worthy is the Lamb" (Handel), arranged by Wright and Round 1, the Vaynol Silver Band. Class C (open)—Test piece,. Quick Step (own choice): 1, the Royal Oakeley Silver Band, Bl. Fesuniog.

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