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AFTERNOON MEETING. Mr Samuel Evans, Neath, presided at the afternoon meeting. He said that he was 0 deeply conscious of the honour of being called upon to preside at such a meeting. He understood that his duty was to take charge of the meeting, and not to make any speech himself. Mr Howell Harries introduced the following iato the pennillion—which he sang to the harp accompaniment in opening the musical part of the pro- ceediiigs:- ETaiis mwyn o Gastellnedd Sy'n hedd a Ilaivn sirioldeb, Gyda'i feistres siriol Ion Sy'n awynion yn ei wynob A Miss Evans, eu glan ferch, A'i uerch yn marehuad ceindeb. livaiis a areithia 'nawr, Resymau mawr dymunol Ninnau']\ gwrando yma'i gyd Yn wiw wynebpryd siriul Cawn Eisteddfod y prydnawn Yn llawn o ddoniau swynol. Appended are the results of the competitions BARITONE SOLO: Lead Kindly Light" (Pughe Evans); prize, 5s. There were four competitors, of whom the winner was John Williams, Pembrey. RECITATION for adul. Pleserfad y Niagara" • prize, 4s. There were six competitors. The prize as divided between Elizabeth Williams, Half-Way, and John Jones (" Alawfryn"), Llanelly. The Chairman gave a second prize of 2s, which was divided between Sarah Jane Thomas, Pantyrun, Philadelphia, and Lewis Thomas, Pontyberem. BASS SOLO: ''Y Fellteu" prize, 3s. Five competed the prize was awarded to John Wifliams, Pembrey. MALE VOICE PARTY, not under 30 in number; prize, t 4. Test piece, Crusaders" (Dan Protheroe). The competing party was Llangendeirne Male Voice Party, led by Mr W. Richards, carpenter. The adjudicator awarded the prize to this party. TENOR SOLO 0 Tyr'd yu ol prize, 5s. Five competed the winner was Thomas Bowen Davies, Fern-terrace, Kidwelly. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, for choirs not under 50 in number. Test piece, Bydd melus cofio y Cyfammod." Prize, t 10, and a fine oaken chair to the conductor of the successful choir. The competing choirs were Llangendeirne, led by Mr John c3 Harries, Glannant House, and Nazareth, led by Mr John Williams, Maensant, Pentyeates. The adjudicator awarded the prize to the latter choir; the successful; conductor was chaired, and carried through the village amid a scene of great enthusiasm. ZD

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