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ST. ASAPH.

YEARS DAY EISTEDDYOD.

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YEARS DAY EISTEDDYOD. day tha^ove Eiste^^v°d was held on Tues- p.Oj' first meeting taking place at 1.30 of gV -Ihe chair was occupied by the Dean conrt,' ,8apb (the Rev. Shadrach Pryce), the bmng Canon Griffith Jones the a» 0g.)» Moetyn. The following are CftiT^8 tl16 different competitions:— dri2jj;Vlng in oak, R. T. Jones, Ceryg y- StoreJ°nJ wall brackets, — Evans, City £ dith5 T^" -^•saPl1 5 pianoforte solo, Mi^s 'St A -byahire, Birkenhead; stanza, ClQJj^SaPb Eisteddvod,' Pryce Davies (Ap Qwytherin; children's solo, Flint. °^y Blooming,' Miss Ada Williams, liatQg3 ^air of stockings, Miss Sarah Wil :?he' rg^Koed, St. Asaph; recitation, Mosty TTm^ler'3 Wife,' Thomas Roberta, Llansannan crayon sketch, ^UidiV Hughes, Brynyblodau, Ceryg-y- S.J^00; s°I° baritone,'Till Death,'W. to Sunf8' ^0nway sopraoo solo, 'Farewell head • 1?eri' Miss Bessie Williams, Birken- P°ol .J Arthur Stretford, Liver- fartv ?ne«m' Day of Battle,'William the p.- ^terdd), Mostyn, to whom half Waa awarded; juvenile choral Doharni Bell8 Aberdyfi,' Ffyn- The e c.0ndiictor, Mr. Thomas Jones, by Dr p en'nS meeting was presided over ^able 'r'a8terby, St. Asapb, in the unavoi- pro 88Dce°f Mr. J. Herbert Lewis, M.P. derio„ were opened with the ren tw° juv -i^^6 °f Aberdyfi' by the ^fternoQ6 6 D^°irs wh° competed in the ttlcT' following adjudications petitj' rp C6 :—Recitation, A Quarry Acci- Xhe iQ; ^1'en Jones, Rhosesmor; verses %tQs B H s' R- Abbey Wil- Coed; pianoforte competi ■ r< Jor>pSS Darbyshire, Birkenhead. ^OQ Gr:„s' Bryndinas Hotel, gave a consola- P^rt jQ °f 5s. to a little girl who took *Poid S. competition; contralto solo, TUliaC8r?alm yQ Gilead,' Miss Davies- ^0 £ iway essay, The Influence nresQQt a °n,uP°n the Welsh nation in the ^r^th J?6' Prize divided between Robert j/yorio'v^ rsyltfa, St. Asaph, and — Roberts, Qot nlr°ew» crochet tie, Linda,' who latp8'Vur -° ^er nam0j f°r a stanza t nom ri 7eigant,' a competitor bearing «° ^8thfi Awenydd,' was declared (fec _es £ challenge solo for a silver on°Dfined to the male sex, W. E. ■Sway, who sang1 Why do the Nations;' descriptive poem to the Vale of Clwyd, William Parry (Glynfardd), Mostyn chatlenge solo for females, Miss Bessie Wil- liams, Birkenhead. Miss Annie Arthur, London, and Mr. Maengwyn Davies, sang during the meet- ings. The Adjudicators were :—Poetry, Llifon prose, Rev. Evan Jones (B.), St. Asaph music, Mr. Maengwyn Davies, Welsh reci- tations, Rev. Jonathan Jones and Rev. W. E. Williams; English recitations, Rev. Silas Evans, B.A., and Mr. T. R. Jones shorthand, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons art Miss Mainwaring, Galltfaenan Miss Pryce, the Deanery, St. Asaph, and Mr. J. Mulli- gan. Mr. Bryan Warhurst acted as accom panist. The following were the officials President, Mr. D. Clwyd Griffiths; chair- man of the committee, Mr, Edward Barlow; treasurer, Mr. J. A. Tompkinson; secre taries, Messrs. Francis LI. Davies, and John Wynn, Bronwylfa square.

BALA.

SPECIAL SESSIONS.

MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS.

FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

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LLYSFAEN.

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CONWAY.

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CERYG-Y-DRUIDION.

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GLAN CONWAY.

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