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Iinhabitants of Rhos. RHOS.

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I inhabitants of Rhos. RHOS. I SPLENDID BUTTER direct from the farm at JOHN WILLIAMS'S. Bank Stores, High Strait. Try a lb. You will be pleased. I SUCCESSES -Mr Thomas Pritchard won the tenor solo, and Mr John Williams the baritone solo at Holywell Eisteddfod on Monday. RHOS BAND.-The Rhos Silver Band played on the eisteddfod field at Corwen all day on Monday. PENILLION SINGING.—Mr Jacob Edwards was the artist engaged to sing penillion with harp accompaniment at Corwen Eisteddfod on Monday. Mr Edwards discharged his duties very ably. SUCCESSES. --At the recent examinations of the Associated Boal d of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, Miss Ceridwen Davies success- fully passed the Elementary of the School Examinations. At Corwen Eisteddfod .the pianoforte solo was won, from among 23 competitors by Miss Vera Jones (who also won the silver cup at Rhos). The above are pupils of Mr Caradog Roberts, Mus. Bac. Oxon. MUSICAL.-At Llandyssul Eisteddfod on Wednesday, Merthyr Vale male voice choir, conducted by Mr Samuel Evans, A. C., was successful in gaining the second prize in the male voice competition. The test pieces were 0 Peaceful night," and The Reveille." The first prize was ^75 and silver cup, and the second c40. The winners of the first prize were Swansea, who. received 153 marks, Merthyr Vale gaining 148. Fifteen choirs sang. Bra- vo Mr Evans.

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Rhos Territorials in Camp.

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