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Capel Mawr Competitive Meeting.

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Capel Mawr Competitive Meeting. ANOTHER SUCCESS. The second annual Literary and Musical Competitive Meeting in connection with the Capel Mawr Sunday School was held on Christmas Day. This meeting was inaugu- rated last year in place of the usual sacred concert at Capel Mawr, and has fully justi- fied its existence. Last year only one meeting was held (in the evening), but owing to the popularity of the venture, two meetings had to be held this year. The meetings onTuesday were very well attended and at both meetings the hall was packed, a large number of people failing to gain ad mis- sion at the evening meeting. The stage had been nicely decorated for the occasion, anclo looked quite cosy. The afternoon meeting was presided over by the Rev. Evan Jones, whilst the ehair in the evening was taken by M r Robert Owen, J.P., Mayor of Den- bigh, who both delivered appropriate addresses during the meetings. At inter- vals daring the day Miss Laura Evans (Mrs R T Williams, London) greatly de- lighted the audience with her renderings, for which she was heartily applatddd, aud to which she bad perforce to give enoores after every time she sang. The chairman of the committee was Mr George Jones, Park street, senior superin- tendent of the Sunday School the treasur- er was Mr T Andrew Roberts, Brynhyfryd whilst the secretarial duties were wHl ca?. ried out by Mr John Roberts, Temple Bar and Mr Thomas Williams, Lawnt. The conductor of both meetings was Mr David Owen, Star Shop, who carried out his duties excellently. The following were the adjudicators:—Musical, Prcf. W Davies, Deganwy; poetry, Mr T Gwynn Jones, Bangoi recitations, Mr R W, Owen, Gyffylliog. and Rev. Thomas Jones, Green; translations, Rev. D E Jenkins, Denbigh; e-aminations, Rev. J. Tadno. Williams literary items. Rev. Joseph Evans and Mr A Foulkes Roberts; crafts, Mrs D H Davies, Berwynfa; and Miss Evans, Belmont; pencil sketch, Miss Mat- tbew, Amlwcb. The accompanists or the day, and who carried out their onerous duties to the satisfaction of all, were Miss E J Roberts, High street, and Miss Dora B Alldrews, Llwyn Aled. In addition to the chairman, conductor, and other officials, there were also several other ladies on the platform. Tho awards in the various competitions were as follows :— AFTERNOON MEETING. Hymn, "Aa yr ysgol r id Sabbothol." Mother's gift examination (children under 10 years of age), Dilys Elwards and Elwy Owen equal 1, 2 C M Owen.-Best knitted scatfs (children under 10), 1 Elsie Evans, 2 C M Owen.—Best solo competition, Mae swyn ynenw'rlesu (under8yearsof age): hilsie tvans and blvy Owen equal first, 2 Emily Davies, 3 Eliza E Roberts 4 E Jones.—For the best answering of questions from" Mother's Gitt" (under 10 years of age): 1 Ethel Ellis, 2 Alwen O"eo.- Examination under 13 years of age: 1 T E Davies, 2 M E Roberts, 3 Wm Alun Lloyd, Meredith Wynnt, Amelia Davies.-Piano- forte solo (under 14 years of age): 1 Anetia Davies (Vale-streer i, 2 M D Roberts, 3 Aluy Green. The liist and third are pupils of Miss C Anwyl, of Denbigh and Rhyl. Amy, Green has recently passed her second examination and is a very promising pupil. -Cnair,nao's address.—Recitation, Y Dryw Bach (under 8 years of age): 1 Elwy Owen, 2 Emily Davies, 3 M A Price, 4 Eliz E Roberts.—Best pinafore (under 13 y ara of ngt): 1 Blodwen Jones, 2 Maggie Roberts, 3 M E Reberts.Solo competition for ooys under 14 years, "Yn Nyffrya Clwyd 1 Hywel Arfon Owen 2 T J Davies, 3 J Edward Jones.—Solo com- petition for girls under 14 yeais, Y Deryn Pur": 1 Nellie Evans, Henllan 2 Gwen Hamer, Denbigh.—For the best Essay, under 16 years i 1 Richard E Wynne. Children's choir. Two choirs competed. "Rosyn Prydferth, Rosyn Siriol." The prize was awarded to the Capel Mawr Choir, under the leadership of Mr William Roberts —A vote of tbaoks to the Chair- man was proposed by Mr George Jones, and carried unanimously. EVENING MEETING. The meeting was opened by the Prize. Children's Choir.—Best pencil sketch of the Town Hall, 1 W 0 Jones, Vale-view cottages.-Soiag, 11 Near my God te Thee," by Miss Laura Evans (encored). — Best recitation," Welwoh chwi V 1 Margarat M Price, 2 Ethel ElIIa.-For the best 0018- pactness of the Rev Bills Jw Jones, sermons October 21st at Capel Mawr (ths Rev E J Jones was the adjudicator): 1 W H Williams, Temple Bar.—The CJllairlUll" &ddrou.-Telmor solo, 61 Gvvalia wen t 1 J Edward Jones, Den bigh.-Igzamination under 16 years: It E Wynne and M M Jones equal lirst. 2 Bessie Jones, 3 John R. EUis, Fron.—Ditto under 21: 1 K Jones Davies, 2 Annie Jones, 3 Mary Jooei.M Best11 Telyneg MR Daniel Joaes, Den- bixh.-Soing, MMeddylian Pleotyn," by Miss Laura Evans (onoored).i-Beet answer- ing of question* from the M Hyfforddwr (under 16): 1 M M Jones, 2 Bath WTliara* -Best translation: T J Mathers, Ifenbigb, and W J Griffith, Henllan, equal ilret.- Beat duet (soprano and &It&), 1 NeW. Evans and Hywel ArfonOwen--Beet Essay (under 21) 1 H Norman Myddelton, 2 Gwladys Wynne. -Be*& set of Crochet Dojies: 1 Edith WDoe.-Be.t Baritone solo, "Jesus lavor of my soul" Mr William Ellis, ObsPOI-Plaw, Denbigh.— Best Piano 009- (under 18 years): 1 Dilys M Go--]loet answering at nndom from the flJjwddwr," under 21: 1MB Pritchard, f M M Janes, 3 Rath Williams- Best selection of pieces suitable fer child- ren's rotations. The adjudicator did not tai»k that any oi the selections were ^ortny of the prize, and therefore ae prise was awarded.—Italian song (oncored), Misa f^Bra Evans.—Best soprano sole :—Misa Nellie Evans —Chief recitation, Rhianod Penrhyn Gwyr": Mise Cordelia Joaes, Beni] an.-B"J'Perforsted Cards: Cordelia J Davies, Bronygrmig; T 0 Davies.Song by Miss Lear* Evans (enoored)«—Quartette, In this how of softened splendour "• Mr Tregoniag and party.-Chieteemy: Mr Owen Evans, C. M. Chapel House. The Rev. J Tudno Williams proposed a. vote of thanks to the chairman and all others, whieh was seconded by the Rev. R Jones. Prof. Daviee 104d the Welsh moo& -Bon. Wlad fy Nhadaa," and this brought tbm suooessfal -& ago to a cloee.

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