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BENEFIT EISTEDDFOD AT BARRY…

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BENEFIT EISTEDDFOD AT BARRY DOCK.. On Saturday evening last an eisteddfod was held in the Tabernacle Welsh Congregational Chapel, Holton-road, the proceeds of which were devoted to a fund for aidill Mr J. il- liams, George-street, Barry Dock, who for the past two years has been incapacitated through illness. The pastor of the church (Kev U. Evans) was president, and Mr D. Farr (Barry Glee Society), and the Rev W. Tibbott (Cadox- ton), acted as judges of the music and literary competitions respectively. Miss Thomas, B.A.M., Kingsland-crescent, Barry Dock, was the accompanist. -After the presidential ad- dress, Mr R. Havard gave a sexaphone solo, in place of the eisteddfod song. A juvenile reci- tation was the first competition, and this was won by Master J. Walters (three competitors, prize 2s). Only one entered for the soprano solo, "Megys y blodeuyn," namely, Mrs S. Williams, who was awarded the prize, 5s, and in the duett competition half the prize was given to Mrs T. Williams also. Miss C. Morgan won the 1st prize for a prize bag (2s 6d), and Miss E. Bassett took the second (Is 6d). For the best rendering of the congregational tune, "Commonwealth,Mr R. Havard's party won the prize (15s). There were five competitors for a prize of 5s for the best recitation of "An farwol gariad cryf Fab Duw," and Mr D. Richards was successful. The tenor solo, "Llwybr y Wyddfa," was rendered by four contestants, Mr J. Richards securing the prize (5s). Nine children sang Sankey's solo, "Will you meet me at the fountain ?" and Miss Esther Rees, Oban-street, was awarded the prize of 2s 6d. Mr Ivor Jenkins' party gave the best rendering of the quartette, "I am a blossom, and I fade"; prize, 8s. Mr Jenkins also competed in the baritone solo, "Return unto thy rest," which was divided between him and Mr G. Griffith; prize, 5s. The last item on the programme was the male voice competition, Comrades' song of hope (prize ;E I Is), an 1 this was competed for by two parties calling themselves the Redvers Buller party and the Piet Joubert party. The prize was awarded the former. It should be mentioned that the prize bags were presented by Mrs Williams, Kiug- land-erescent. The result of the eisteddfod financially was successful, about S8 being handed over to Mrs Williams.

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