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HENLLAN. -e "¡ /F,r, r, COMPETITIVE MEETINGS. Two competitive meetings were held at Hen- Ilan C.M. chapel on Thursday last. Owing to presure on wr space we are unable to give more than the bare results The afternoon meeting was presided over by Mr. John Roberts, Foxtail. Examinations, over 21, 1st, Miss Jones, Pan- dy, Henllanunder 21, Edward Thomas, Hen- llan, Annie Thomas, and Rhianon Davies,were equal second, 3rd, Robert Thomas. Under 16, Margaret Ann Williams, and Owen Jones, Henllan, equal first; under 13, 1st, Hugh G. Evans, Cross Foxes; 2nd, Sarah Davies, Hen- 11a. under :10, 1st, Mary Roberts, Henllan; Owen Lloyd Hughes, Henllan, and Gwenie Jones, Henllan, equal. Best Pinafore, Miss Nellie Thomas, Henllan. Essay osa Deddf y Sabbath,' 1st, Hugh Hughes, Gwespyr, 2nd, W. Parry, Rhuddlan. Essay on 4 Nodweddion Efengyl Marc,' 1st, Miss James, Nantglyn, W. Parry, Rhuddlan, and Richard Hughes, Cefn Meiriadog, St. Asaph, equal. Singing for children under 12, 'Yi Nefoedd,' 1st, Gwenie Jones, Henllan. Reciting, 'Bob amser ar 01,' 1st, William Davies, Waen Bach, Groes; 2nd, Gwenie Jones, Henllan; 3rd, Annie Williams; an extra prize was given to Nellie Evans, Henllan. Tenor Solo, 'Bradwriaeth y Don,' 1st, W. Davies, Clocaenog, Ruthin. Reciting for children under 14, 1st, Lizzie Jones, Horeb; 2nd, M. A. Williams, Pandy, Henllan. For the best four stanzas on 'Hela'rLlwynog, 1st, Richard HugtSaes, Cefn Meiriadog, St. Asaph. Soprano Solo for children under 16, Neges y j Blodeuyn,' 1st, Miss Mary E. Roberts, St. Asaph. Choir Competition, 'YrHaf,' only one en- tered, viz., Henllan, conducted by Mr. J. LI. tered. viz., Henllan, conducted by Mr. J. LI. Williams, and they were awarded the prize. In the evening, the meeting was presided over by Councillor R. H. Roberts. The fol- lowing were the awards :— Poetry commemorative of the late John Daniel, 1st, Mr. William Jones, Tan y Gyrt; Soprano and Tenor duel;, Miss Jane Owen, Ffynoniau, and Mr. R. Roberts, Rhydyrarian. Duet for children, Annie Jones, Horeb, and sister. Recitation for those under 21, 1st. T. Rn. berts, Mostyn TIcha, Llansannan. Best walking stick, Mr. David Davies, Ochr- y-Bryn, Henllan. Childien's chorus, only one entered, viz., the Henllan choir, and they were awarded the prize. Mr. Thomas Jones conducted. Best pair of stockings, 1st, Mrs. Jones, Nantwnen, Llansanan 2ad, Ann Davies, Tynyflordd, Henllan. Address, Segnrwyr y Cornelau,' 1st, Mr. J. Davies, of the Baner Office, Denbigh. > The Henllan choir conducted by Mr. J. LI. Williams, were the only contestant* on the chorus, 'Worthy is the Lamb,' and they were awarded the prize Pencil Sketch, Evan Ednyfed Jones, Hen- llan, do. older class, John Thomas. Soprano Solo, Mias Jane Owen, Ffynoniau. Recitation, Thomas Roberts, Mostyn TJcha, Llansannan. Baritone Solo, 1st, Mr. Vaughan Williams, Rhydyrarian. Male Voice Choir Competition, two entered, viz., Henilan anJ. Ffynoniau, and the prize was awarded to the latter, conducted by Mr. Caradog Roberts.

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