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EISTEDDFOD AT LLANTRISANT. Tbe annual eisteddfod on behalf of the building fund was held at Penuel Welsh C.M. Chapel, Llantrisant, en Good Friday, when prizes were given for music, literature etc. The president was Rev. Thos. Powell, who also took the office of conductor, while the music was adjudicated by Mr J. Ware, G.T.S.C., Kenflg Hill, and the literature by Rev. D. T. Morgan, Llantrisant. The accom- panist was Miss Ceinwen David, Cardiff, who also played an opening solo on the piano. To the one not over 14 years of age who would best recite Psalm 148. Master Willie Williams, Llantrisant. Pianoforte solo "Yorkshire bells," for those not over 16, Miss Margaret Charies, M j age. Soprano solo "The Heavenly -song." Three competitors appeared on the platform, but Miss Blodwen Davies, Llan- trisant was pronounced the best. To the one not over 15 who wiil best render "Thy will be done" (Sankey's"), first prize, Miss Rachel [Morgan, Xjantixsant; second prize, Miss Jessie Davies, Llantrisant. For the best essay on "Gladstone's character" Mr Jas. Little's was by far the best. Tenor solo "Baner ein G(wlad," livet competed, winner Mr W. E. Davies, Tonyrefail. Reading first sight, Mr Arthur T/illiams, Llantwit. Bass solo "Fair Mordaith." Mr David Jones, Clydach Vale. Recitation "Dinas a'r Dan," prize divided bet- ween Mr J. Spencer, Pendoylan, and Mr H. Thomas, Llantrisant. To the two who would best render any duet. The prize was awarded to Messrs W. E. Davies, Tcnyrefail. and D. Jones, Clydach Vale. To the Male Voice Party who wou1 õest render "Comrades in Arms." Two parties competed, Miskin Male Vcico and Llantrisant Male Voice Parties. Miskin Village, conducted by Mr Jenkin Tho- mas were adjudged the winners. For the best rendering of "Nant y Mynydd" (John Thomas) bv mixed choirs. Two choirs competed, Ton- yrefail United Choir, conducted by MrlW. E. Davies, and Tonyrrfail Glee Society, conducted by Mr John Richards. The Tonytfefail Glee Bodiety .were adjudged the winners. The treasurer was Mr Rd. Rees. Llantrisant, and the secretary, Mr David Jones, Llantrisant.

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