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RHOS GOOD NEWS.—Good fresh butter, xod, jid, and is. per lb. Quality guaranteed. -John Williams, Bank Stores, High-st, MUSICAL.—Merthyr Male Voice, under the conductorship of Mr Sam Evans, (late of Rhos) was successful in winning the first prize of £ 20 in the male voice competition at Cwmamau Eisteddfod on Tuesday last. The test piece was Spar- tan Heroes and Mr J. T. Rees, the adju- dicator, highly praised the choir for the excellent training they had received. The same day they competed at another Eis- teddfod, where Mr Caradog Roberts, Mus Bac., adjudicated, and they won the sec- ond prize. We congratulate Mr Evans on the e<^ellent resuit of his labours. SUCCESSES.—The following is a list of the local prize winners at Bwlchgwyn ,eisteddfod:—Mr E. W. Bellis, tenor solo; Mr Jacob Edwards, baritone solo; Messrs R. 1. Jones and Ted Lewis, duet Mr E. W, Bellis' party and Mr Edward Davies' party shared £4 in the pirtsong competition Mr Joseph Bellis' choir, silver cup and ^10 in the mixed choir competition. TKII-VERS.—The midday train and cars on Tuesday brought a large number of trippers from Aberystwyth to Rhos. They visited Capel Mawr, Capel Bychan, and Capel Penuel, and evinced great interest in the p.laces where, some few years ago, the great meetings of the revival took place. Many of the visitors mistook Rhos for Rhos-on-sea, and looked in vain for the golden shore. THE SILYER BAD.At the brass band contest held at Liangoilen, on Saturday, Rhos Silver Band were awarded the first prize in the quick-step contest, and the first prize in the selection contest, the test piece of which was "Songs of the Sea." Mr Charles Bennett was the con- ductor. The following was the full re- sult :-t i) Rhos, (2) Bu-kley, (3} Llan- gollen, (4) Connah's Quay, (5) Ru.abon, (6)Whitchurch. Mr Dobing, Birkenhead was the adjudicator. The prize for the selection was twelve guineas and for the quick-step, two guineas. A WEDDING.—The marriage was cele- brated on Monday morning last, at Beth- el Chapel, Ponkey, of Mr Evan Richard Roberts, son of Mr E. Roberts, Widnes, to Miss Hannah Jones, second daughter of Mrs Jones, and the late Mr Price Jones. Victoria-street, Rhos. The brides- maid was Mrs Leek. (sister of bride) and the be-it man was Mr Thos Leek After the ceremony a reception was held at the house of the bride's mother, where a number of guests were entertained. Many presents were received. HOMING.—The Rhos Homing Sociely, flew their third old race on Saturday Inst from Bath, a distance of 117 miles, nine I members sent about 70 birds which were liberated by Conveyor Winstanley at 11-30 a.m. The following being the prize winners 1St Diniel Davies, Camp- bell street, velocity, 1032; 2nd W Parry, Jones street, 1031 3rd j Richards, Jones street, iora. PRESENTATION -0 1 Thursday week, an interesting social evening followed by a presentation, was held at De ibigh House Market street, Rhos, the occasion being the presenting of a handsone jewellery satchel to Miss Dorcas D » vies, Crook House. Hill-street, on resigning her post as senior teacher of the infant department Khos Council school. 1 ne satcnei was suitably inscribed. The presentation was made on behaif of the teaching staff by Miss Hughes, headmistress. Miss Davies suitably responded. CONCERT -By the special request of a large number of friends who had the plea- sure of hearing the scholars of the Nation- at Schools, Rhos, give a concert last week the programme was repeated on Saturday evening at the Public Hall. There was a a large gathering. Mr Charles Simpson being in the chair. The programme was excellently gone through. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to all that took part. PRIMITIVE METHODISTS.—The anniver. ary services were continued last Sunday. Mr S Rowley, a student at Hartley Coll- ege, Manchester. Special hymns were sung by the choir, assisted by a Juvenile Orchestra, conducted by Mr G T Williams Mr J Lewis was the accompanist. Solos, recitations, and dialogues were given by the scholars. CRICKET. -Rhos visited Corwen on Sat- urday last, and dealt rather severely with the hoTe team. They dismissed them for a paltry 10, and scored 56 for six wickets. eotts and Pritchard bowled splendidly for Rhos, and Bob Davies was the top scorer with 24. ("




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