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- YSTRAD (CARDIGANSHIRE).

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BETTWS. An eisteddfod was held at Seion Chapel on Christmas day. Adjudicators :-Music, Mr J. Lloyd, Poutyclerc prose, Mr Morgan Morgans, Bettws accompanist, Miss Pritchard, Amman- ford chairman, Mr D. George, Bryncelyn. The following is the programme :-The prize ki IOS., for the best rendering of Pebyll yr Arglwydd," was awarded to Seion Choir, this choir being the only one that competed. The prize of 10s., for rendering "IDduw boed y gogoniant," by children under 10 years of age, and for which two choirs competed, was awarded to Cor o'r lie." Trio, "Mae hwn yn deg," prize, 3s., thrde parties competed. Prize awarded to J. Williams, and friends. The prize for any quar- tette, 4s., was withheld. Soprano solo, "Pan af i Gymru'n ol," 2s 6d., two competed, awarded to Miss Jenkins. Alto solo, Ymddiried yn lesu," Is. 6d. and la., five competed—1, Tom Rees, Tirydail 2nd, J. L. Lewis, Bettws. Tenor solo, Llythyr fy Mam," 5- twelve competed, won by David Richards, Tirydail. Bass solo, "Cyrnrll fu," 2s. 6d., height competed, won by Rees Rees, Pontardulais. For the beat render- ing by eight men not under 40 years of age, of Ellacombe," prize 2s., six competed, won by Mr D. Timothy. Duett (soprano and alto), "Wells," 2s., three competed, won by Misses Roach and Jenkins, of Bettws. Essay on the Future of Bettws," 3s., five competed, won by Mr Henry Walters. 40 lines on Yr lesu a wylodd," 3s., four competed, won by Ap Llewellyn, Clydach. Englyn, "Yr Hydref," Is. 6d., 24 competed, won by Mr Edwin Rees, Glanamman. Recitation, "Byw," 2s., five com- peted, won by Mr Samuel Evans, Bettws. Recitation for children under 14 years of age, the 103rd Psalm, Is. 6d. and Is., won by Mary Jane Griffiths and Anna Lloyd. Reading at first siht, Is. 6d. and Is., 1, Mr J Jones; 2nd, Miss Mary J. Griffiths. Translation, English and Welsh, won by Rev T. J. Evans, Bettws. DE ATII. -We regret to record the sudden death of Mrs Daniel Evans, of this place. She was only taken ill on Monday night, and, in spite of the careful attention of Drs. Lloyd and Hobbs, died on Wednesday morning. She was buried on Saturday last at Llandebie, where her mother, Mrs John Fowler, was buried just a year ago. The funeral was very largely attended, and several beautiful wreaths were placed upon the the coffin. The Revs. D. Davies, Vicar of Llandebie, and Evan Lloyd, Vicar of Bettws, took part in the service.

ABERYSTWYTH.

BLAENPLWYF.

LLANYCHAIARN.

LLANEGWAD.

TAVERNSPITE. '

ILLANDEBIE

LLANWRDA.

LLANSANTFFREAD, (CARD.)

CALEDFWLCH.

PENCADER.

HAVERFORDWEST.

LLANAFAN.

KIDWELLY.

LAUGHARNE.

T-TRAPP.

LLANDEFEILOG.

MANORDEILO.

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