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—♦ Swan Lane ChapelI Eisteddfod.

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides

— ♦ Swan Lane Chapel Eisteddfod. The annual Eisteddfod in connection with the Sunday School of the Swan-lane Congregational Chapel was held on Good Friday, but did not attract as many com- petitors as previous years. The musical adjudicator was Mr David Evans, Mus. Bao., Cardiff, and the Rev Rhys J Huws, Bethesda, adjudicated the poetry, recita- tions, and essays; the miscellaneous items were judged by Messrs W R Owen, late schoolmaster of Ruthin; R B Adams, district county surveyor, Denbigh; and Mr W Stephenson, Conway. The arrangements had been carried out by a committee of the Sunday School, for which Messrs J Tregoning and R Thomas Williams acted as secretaries. The accompanists during the day were Misses T Tregoning and Minnie Batmen. AFTERNOON MEETING. Mr R Henry Roberts, J.P., C.C., Fox- hall, presided at the afternoon meeting, and delivered a most appropriate address on the value of eisteddfodau. The following is the list of competitions and the winners therein Recitation, under 16, Ora Pro Nobis' (Eifion Wyn)-l (equal) Robert Edwards, Castle, Denbigh, and Peroy Jones, Rhyl; consolation prize, S M Owen, Bodfari. Solo, under 12, 4 Christ is Risen'—1 Emily Davies, Vale-street, Denbigh 2, Evelyn Jones, Henllan Place; 3 Elwy Owen, Eldon Villas. Pianoforte solo, under 14, Bagatelle in G minor, op U9' (Beethoven)—1 Anita Davies, Vale-street; 2, Josephine Roberts, Llandyrnog; consolation prize, Eva Knowles, Denbigh. Stanza on 4The Vale of Clwyd*—Mr Benjamin Davies, Ruthin. Children's choir competition, 4Dewch i chwareu yn yr Eira.' Two ohoirs com- peted-Rbyl and Gronant-and the latter, conducted by Mr Humphreys, school- master, was deolared the winner. Ode, 4 The Airship'—Mr Benjamin Davies, Ruthin. Solo, under 16, 4 Dim ond Deilen '-I Elizabeth Chambers Jones, The Green; 2 Percy Jones, Rhyl. Contralto solo, I The Lord is my Light' -1 Miss Rhoda Jones, Gellifor. Pencil sketch of Dr Pierce's monument -1 Herbert Bellis, Denbigh 2 Robert Edward Owen, Efail Gwaenynog. Duet, soprano and contralto, Sibrwd yr ,Awel '-1 Misses Bessie Tregoning and L H Evans, Denbigh. Quartette, 4 In this hour of softened splendour'—1 Mr R G Jones' party, Denbigh. Mixed choirs, (a) 4 O Foreu Teg' (Tom Price), and (b) 4 Yn Eden Cofiaf hyny byth' (David Evans). Only one choir-Llan- sannan, conduoted by Mr R H Roberts- competed, and they were awarded half the prize of 28 83 in accordance with the rules. THE EVENING MEETING was presided over by the Mayor (Alderman J Humphrey Jones), who said it gave him great pleasure to be honoured with the presidency of the meeting, as he was a great believer in this kind of meeting to bring out the different talents of the [ competitors. The following were the awards; Recitation under 12, 'The Black Boy 1 Robert Pieroe Jones; 2 John Henry Jones; 3 Hannah E Jones. Pianoforte solo, under 18, 4 Those Sab- bath Belle '-I Miss Jennie Taylor, Shotton. Chief essay,4 The Church and its duties in view of the social reforms now advoca- ted'—1 Mr D Jones, Mwrog-street, Ruthin. Soprano solo, Telynau'r Saint'—1 Miss Marian Edwards, Tretnant. Hazel stick—1 Mr John Davies (' Asiedydd o Walia'), Denbigh. Baritone solo,4 Fy Ngweno fwyn '-1 Mr R G Jones, Denbigh. Oil painting (a bunch of flowers)-1 Miss Olwen Batten, Denbigh. Chief recitation, a piece out of Alaw Mabon'—1 Miss L J Evans, Rhydloew, Llansannan. Oral examination, under 21-1 (equal) Mr J W Owen, Efail Gwaenynog, and Llew Hawkins, Denbigh. Ditto, under 16-1 Olwen Batten, Denbigh; 2 R E Owen, Efail Gwaenynog. Ditto, under 12-1 David Owen Evans; 2 Minnie Evans; 3 Gladwen Evans (all of Chapel-street, Denbigh). Challenge solo—Misa Bessie Tregoning. Tenor solo, 'Llwybr y Wyddfa'—Mr J W Davies, Pentrevoelaa. Poetry, 'Pwy yw hwn*—Mr Benjamin Davies, Ruthin. Party of 16, '0 hush thee, my baby.' Two parties competed, and the party con- ducted by Mr John Williams, Cartref, Denbigh, was adjudged best. Male voice choirs, I The Readers Chorus.' Only one-the Denbigh Male Voice Choir, conducted by Mr Edward Jones-came forward, and in accordance with the rules were awarded half the prize.



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