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PONTYPRIDD. '.¡ JOHN EVANS & CO., DRAPERS & SILK MERCERS, will make a SPECIAL SHOW OF NEW GOODS FOR EARLY SPRING ox WEDNESDAY NEXT, MARCH 22, 1899. THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN DRESS MATERIALS, IILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, BLOUZES, SKIRTS, & FEATHER BOAS. ALL DEPARTMENTS WELL STOCKED WITH NEW GOODS FOR THE SPRING SEASON! DBESSMAKING UNDFR COMPETENT ANAGEMENT. 4f'J THE WANT OF THE DAY- fc f SWEET, GOOD BREAD. 1 o CU FLOUR n^s c3 5 CD r REYNOLDS ? CO FLOUR! CD *— ._r> V2 CD SEE THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK FOR LIST OF BRANDS- 3 ^=3 4518 THE FORTH COTTAGE HOSPITAL E :x S -:r E :I:) ::iCt :IE" 0 :D (SEMI-NATION'AL-Vide Press) Will be hell ON WHIT-MONDAY AND TUESDA J 1899. .Adjudicators :-L. C. VENABLES. Esq., London R. ('. JENKINS, Esq., Llanellv Rev. F. GCRNOS JONES, Pyle Mr Evau Evans, Hafod. CHIEF CHORAL—"BE NOT AFRAID" (from Elijah). First Prize, £ 60; Second do., Elo. SECOND CHORAL-" TEYRNASOEDD Y DDAEAH" )- First Prize, £ 20 Second £ 5. MALE VOICE COMPETITION—"DESTRUCTION OF GAZA" (De-Iiille). First Prize— £ 30 Second do., £ 10. JUVENILE CHOIR COMPETITION-" GWIS(y DY GLEKDYF (0. Edwards) First Prize, £ 7 Second, S3. BRASS BAND COMPETITION—"ATTILA" (Wright & Round). First Prize, jE18 Second, SS; Third, C4. Marching Contest Open Selection, dB3 2s. Grand Prizes also given for Vocal, Harp, Violia Solos, &c.f &s., &c. A handsome volume of Oratorio Music will be presented to every Conductor of Choirs that competp, on condition that the entry is received on or before the 1st April, 1899. Programmes, ld per post, from Jones & Jones, W. L. Jones, D. Williams, Hannah Street, Porth. EDGAR THOMAS, Green Hill, Portb, Assistant Secretary. 4653 B. WILLIAMS, General Secretary. THE CHIEF COMPETITIONS AT THE OOLD TONYPANDY CN EISTEDDFOD On EASTER MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 1899. Proceeds to the Mid-RAondda Cottage Hqspital and the Tonypandy and Trealaw Public Library. CONDUCTOR TOM JOHN, ESQ., LLWYNYPIA. Adjudicator of Chorals and Pianoforte Solos, W. G. McNAUGHT, Esq Mus. Doc., F.R.A.M. Adjudicator of Preliminaries and Finals in Snlos, Duets, and Trios, IVOR FOSTER, Esq., Lxli bitioner R.C M., Gold Medallist. Adjudicator of Literary Competitions, Rev. y. D. JOHNS (Periander), Clydach Vale. Adjudicator of Krass and Drum & Fife BanAq, J. ORD IIUM P, Esq., fine Grove, Fleet, Hauts. Accompanists, Messrs. D. LLOYD, Toaypaudy, and J. LLEWELYN, Penygraig, Chief Choral Competition—" Be not Afraid (from Elijah). First Priz\ £ 60 & a GOLD CROWN Second Prize, £ 20. Minimum number of voices. 100; maximum, 150. Second Choral Competition-" Clyebau (Gwilym G-went). First prize, £ 20; second prize, 95. Minimum 50, maximum 70. Chief Male Voice Competition—" Night and Day (Dard). First Prize, 130 second prize, £10. Minimum 60, maximum 80. Second Male Voice Competition—" The Little Church (Becker). First prize, £ 20; second prize, JE5 Minimum 40, maximum 60. Ladies Choral Competition-(a) You stole my Love (Jfaefarren) (b) It G IVenith Gwyn (D. Evilyn Evans). First prize, E12; second priz", JE3. Minimum 30, maximum 40. Juvenile Compeutiou-" Cyssegriad" (Tom Price). For S.C. under 16 years; no Bass allowed. First prize, JE7 second prize, £ 3. Minimum 30, maximum 50. Braas Band Contest (Section A)—"Verdi" (Wright$Round). First prize, LIG second prize, 19 third prize, fourth prize. £ 2. Brass Band Contest (Section B)—" Gems of Modern Melody" (Wright$Round). First prize, £ 10; second prize, jE6 third prize. £ 3. Drum and Fife Band Contest-u H Trovatore" (Wright # Round). First Prize. £ 7 second, S3. Valuable extra prizes given to Conductors. Grand prizes for musical compositions, solos, due's, trios violin, pianoforte, and other 80103. Programmes, containing all information, post free for 2d. from the 4536 Secretary—G. EVANS, Eisteddfod Office, TONYPANDY. TRADE MARK 0 0- o BRITAiriS BEST STANDARDS TEN GUINEAS. M. It c. SPECIALS FIFTEEN GUINEAS. Head Office:—COVENTRY, J ™CAI, F MORRIS BROTHERS, CYCLE WORKS. PONTYPRIDD. „ Price List Free on Application. | AGKXTS F F. TIMMHV SON. TON-PENTRE. RMQUNRU V'HLEY. j -TO GE Among those taking part in our FREE CASH PRIZE COMPETITION. NO ENTRANCE FEE WHATEVER. ist PRIZE £ 50. 2nd PPIZE 9,25. 3rd PRIZE 9,15. 4th PRIZE &10. These money Prizes will be genuinely given away as an adver- tosement, among the Competitors who can re-arrange tha following 22 letters to represent the names of four well-known Wild animals, selected by us. viz:— NIOL GERIT EPTNAHEL ABREZ. Bend in your solutions at once, upon receipt of which we will inform you if correct, and give you full details of the Compe- tition, _with conditions, and date of closing. If you cannot solve all four n'tmes. do as many as you can, as there are four prizes to compete fur. No solution can be received after 12th April 1899. 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