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LLANDEBIE SICCESSES.—Mr. T. H. Lewis, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Harddfryn, Llandebie, recently obtained the degree of B.A., with first-class honours in history, at the University College of Wales, Cardiff. Mr. Lewis, who is only 20 vears of age, completed his degree course, in "addition to taking a teacher s certificate, in the minimum time, after a uniformly successful career, during which he succeeded in passing the Central Welsh Board examination, obtaining a number of distinctions. His younger brother (Brinley Lewis), who entered Cardiff College last year, has also passed his Inter- mediate B.Sc. in all his subjects, and while at the Llandilo Intermediate School he passed, with six distinctions, the examination of the Central Welsh Board. OUTING.—The united church and chapel Sunday Schools of Llandebie had a trip to Swansea and the Mumbles on Monday week, and as the weather was favourable, a very enjoyable day was spent. Some hundreds took advantage of the chean trip, and all arrived home safely about 10 n.m. CHAIR I^ISTKDDFOD.—On Saturday a very SUCCESS- fill chaii eisteddfod, together with a carnival com- petition, was held at Llandebie. The eisteddfod. which was well attended throughout the day, opened at Tl a.m. The president was Alderman W. X. Jones, Dyffryn, Ammanford; vice-president. Mr. T. M. Evans, soiicitor, Ammanford; conductor. Rev. E. Davies. B.A., Cvvmgor.se; adjudicators— music, Mr. T. Price. Merthyr, and Ir. T. D. Edwaid-, A.R.C.M., F.T.S.C., Treharris; literature, Councillor John Harries (Irlwyn), Bettvvs: carnival, .tthews, M.A., Llandebie, and Mr. Arthur \v illiams, Ammanford; accompanists, Mr. W. J. Bowen, Mus. Bac. ,Llanelly, and Mr. D. J. Evans, C.R.A.M., Gwaun-cae-gurwen. The chair- man of the committee was Mr. Thcophilus Harries; vice-chairman, Mr. Evan Reee; treasurer, Mr J. A Davies; secretary, Mr. D. T. Evans, GJvncoed, Lhndebi2; assistant secretary, Mr. W. S." Gray. The following were the successful competitors:— Pianoforte solo for children under 16, "8nrin<rtim8 Blossoms Miss Gotta Xichoias, Landore. 0 Solo for children under 12, "MPrch (mab) y Pvsgotvvr": 1. Thomas, Bryn-road, Brynamman; 2, Llew- elyn Edwards, 29, Caradog-strcet, Llanellv. Recita- tion for those under 16 years of age, "y Bont ar Dan": Divided between D. J. Walters, Capel Hen- dre, and Dan Evans, Gwaun-cae-gurwen. Solo for TAMI^ Unc^('r ''Aim Hij?h Fred Svmonds, 81 Dillwyn-street, Llaneliv. Violin soio (for those Who have not won a prize of 10s. CKI.), "The Guard's Parade (march): Gilbert Bosiev, Swansea Soprano solo, "King of Love": Miss Bronwen Davies. Gowerton. Solo for girls under 16, "Y J a Aderyn Miss Emma Davies, American r< i w- 0Pen recitation, "C'arwn ein Gwlad Miss Francis, Ystalvfera. Contraito solo, Land of Hope and Glory": Miss Claudia Hopkins, Llangennech. Memoriam lines to the late Mr. Henry Rees, formerly secretary of the eisteddfod lr. David Griffiths, Ammanford. Tenor solo '•1-V7- v. "H1 J°hn Stephens, Swansea.' C hildren s C hoir, 'Hail! hail! merry, merry play- time, hail Five choirs competed, viz., Garnant, lumble, Waunarhvydd. Tybie Juvenile, and Ammanrord: 2, Tybie Juvenile. Bass solo, "Hhys ab Goronwy" Mr. Dunvant Davies, Penygroes. Mixed choirs, "Yr Haf." Five an°lrSf ners' Garw Music Lovers (49 points) the following points were received bv the other choirs: Dretach (48), Amman Friends (47), Gwaun- cae-gurwen (45), and Amman Music Lovers (44). Two stanzas, "Y C'arwr"; Divided between Mr. Ceidrym Rees, Glanamman, and Mr. Richard Wil- liams, LJandilo-road, Brynamman. Male Voice Parties, The Destruction of Gaza." Three parties competed, viz., Ravenhill Male Voice Society Ammanford Male Voice Party, and Eben- ezer Mission Hall Party, Swansea" Winners- Ammanford (conductor, Mr. Edgar Hopkins). Car- nival (humorous): 1, Mr. Owen Beynon, Llandebie; 2, Rustic Band, Garnant. A competitive concert was held in the evening. The president was Mr. Gwdvm Rees, M.E., Blaenau; adjudicarors, Mr Pnce and Mr. Edwards; accompanist, Mr. W. J Bowen, Llanellv. The winner of the champion solo was Madamc byivia Hosgood, Cardiff. Open solo, What I love" (for those who have not won ±,1 Is.): Divided between Mr. W. Price Rees Gvvaun-cae-gurwen, and Mr. Abel Thomas, Llan- i' Yr During the evening violin solos were rendered by Miss S A..Williams, Llanelly. A sacred con- cert was held in the eisteddfod marquee on Sun- day evening, when the Rev. P. E. Evans, Llandebie presided over a good audience. The following were the Madame Syivia Hosgood, t \rn i8s Evanr- Llandebie; con- tuuto. Miss Gladys Davies, Ammanford; tenor. Mr «• -Price Rees, Gwaun-cae-gurwen. Miss A.nnie «ndV VlfJ 15™ma Dra>viej' 1Llandebis- a^o sang, and Miss Maud Evans, Llandebie, recited Mr D Gwaun-cae-gurwen, was the accompanist. over £ iooSS at eisteddfod and conceits realized