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EISTEDDFOD AT TYLORSTOWN.

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EISTEDDFOD AT TYLORSTOWN. A very successful eisteddfod was held at Bethany Congregational Church, Tylorstown, on Monday, the prizes being exceptionally good. A large number of competitor took part, the chapel being packed during the whole pioceed- ings, and all the competions were excellent. Blindfold drawing on the blackboard seems to take on, while roars of laughter greeted the efforts of the various competitors, some of which were most amusing. A feature of the proceedings was the excellent rendering of the Women of Mumbles Head," by Miss Nellie Williams, of Tylorstown, which was a raie treat. Great interest was centred in the choral competition, there being four entries, namely, VVesleyan choir, Ferndale; Trerhondda, Fern- d;il;3; Ebenezer, Tylorstown Bethany, Tylors- town. Another amusing competition was an impromptu debate the subject being The advantage and disadvantage of a The judges were: musi:, Mr John Howells, Ynyshir; pianoforte solo, Mr W. J. Davies, A.L.C.M., Ferndale; miscellaneous, Mr D. Morgan, schoolmaster; needlework, Mrs D. Smith, draper; accompanist, Miss Jones, I Pleasant View chairman, Rev Charles Evans, A.K C., I'crndaie and secretary, Mr J. H, Davies, outfitter, Queen's Square. Relow are gveu tne list of awards: choral competition (4 entries;, .5>ttbanv btar=, Tylorstowu, con- ductor, Mr T. C. Evans, F-rndale quartet (4 competitors), Elias Morgan and friends duet (10 competitors), J. and R. C. Davies, Tylorsiown; open solo any vcice(iS competitors) l. C. Davies, P^Rtygwaith contralto :'do (8 competitors), E. W. Thomas, Ft'rú\)e; tenor solo (10 competitors), divided between T. J. fhomas, Fcmda'e, and U. E. Jones bass solo (9 competitors), Elias Morgan, Ynysinr; piano- forte solo (9 competitors,, first, Albert Sheppard, Penygraig; second, W. Harris, Ystrad third, JenniePoyntz, Tylorstowr. open recitation (2 competitors), Miss Neiite Williams, Tylorstown ess:iy, "The advantages of the Eisteddfod" (3 competitor), IIer;ry Tyler, (•» Mr W. Thomas, ironmonger, who refunded the prize into the funds of tue church blackboard draw- ing blindfold (13 competitors), E.W.Thomas, Ferndale; best hand made child's pinafore (2 competitors), Mrs Alfred Bridge, Tylorstewn impromptu debate (4 competitors), D. Williams and friend best handwriting, for children (7 competitors), first, Wm. John Morris, Tylors- town second, divided between Albert Sheppard Penygraig, and D. W. Bevan, Tylorstown.

---------Uaqtwit Fardre Eisteddfod.

PONTYPRIDD GIRL'S BAD CHARACTER.

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