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Powis Eisteddfod. The Powys Eisteddfod was held art LlanfyIlin, on Friday. The day's pïoct;.ed. ings opened with the customary meeting, of the Gorsedd, which was held in a field adjoining the railway station. The morning meeting was presided c?V • er by Mr Marshall Dugdale, who, in bi* presidential address, said it was the duty of every man when young, to offer him. self to learn how to defend his country and his home. Llew Tegid, the conductor, welcome what the President had 'said about tbe: army, the organisation of which, he wa*r glad to know, was nowadays unlikely tC' injure the morals of the people. THE CHALLENGE SOLO AGAIN. Mr Harry Evans ventured to criticise the action of the committee in offering prizes in what they chose to term chal, lenge solo competitions, but which he preferred to describe as go-as-you-please' contests. No comparison could be welt" drawn between them. Competitors hi the hope of courting favour with the ad- judicators, chose the stiffest pieces they, could, with the result that an adjudicatory" instead of comparing the performance of one competitor with that of another, h to contrast it with his recollection of the singing of the same solo by a Tetrazzmf or a Caruso. CHORAL COMPETITIONS. Only one choir, the Myllin Choir, con* ducted by Mr D. T. Davies, appeared itll the chief choral competition, and thq, were awarded the prize of ;630- Three choirs competed in the male voice competition—Vroncyssyllte, Llanfyllin, and Machynlleth. The test piece was Dr Parry's Pilgrim's Chorus," and the prize was £ 20. Mr Evans in awarding the prize to Machynlleth, said one's attention and feel- ing was stirred by the performance. He had never heard the solo sung so well a? it was sung that day. What a gorgeouv, voice the soloist (Mr Arthur Davies) p sessed! The Vroncyssyllte choir opened effectively, but the intonation was fauHyV The awards were Male Voice—Machynlleth (Mr J. 0* Williams). Contralto Solo-Miss Lloyd. Llanfyllin Tenor Solo—John Corris Jones, Dd-" gelly. Chief Choral -Llanfyll in, Children's Choirs-Mochnant. Female Challenge Solo-Miss Francis Rees, Oswestry. Soprano Solo-Miss Edith Davtes^ Wrexham. Duett-Messrs Corris Jones and R, Bf Humphreys. Baritone Solo—Mr R. H. Humphreys Machynlleth. The artists engaged for the evening concert were Miss Evangeline Florence Miss Laura Evans-Williams, Mr Trcvof Evans, Mr James Coleman, and Mr Cb James.

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