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Corwen. Edeyrnion Agricultural Society.—This old estab- lished society has just issued its prize list for the annual show at Corwen. The president for the year is the Right Hon Lord Trevor, and vice- president, Mr R. Ellis, Llantysilio. Valuable prizes are offered for the best dairy produce, cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, dogs and poultry. Apart from those offered by the society, 34 prizes are offered by patrons, and amongst them we notice that a new departure is made, the Hon Mrs Wynne offering and 5s for the best treatise on the various soils in the valley of the Dee, between Bala and Llan- gollen, and the grass seed best adapted for those soils to lay down for permanent pasture. Coronation.—We are now in a position to give our readers an idea of the programme of events. In the morning of the 26th, at 11 o'clock, a service will beheld in the Parish Church, and another for Nonconformists at one of the chapels, to be decided upon later. After an early dinner the school children meet and form into a procession, at which beautiful Coronation mugs will be given to each child. At 3 o'clock a meat tea will be provided for the old and infirm at the National Schools, and for the children tea with cakes at the Board Schools and Assembly Rooms. The Sports Committee have arranged races for 4 o'clock, and from then up to 9 o'clock there will be all varieties of games at the sports field. The Carnival Committee who are offering numerous prizes for best dressed cycles, best dressed riders, best collectors, &c, announce that the cyclists meet with lighted Chinese-lanterns, at 9 o'clock the procession to commence at 9-30. The prizes include a cetylene cycle lamp, silver matchboxes, and many other useful articles. As regards the permanent com- memorations, the building committee have already given out contracts for the erection of the new walls, and men are daily employed at the Quarry getting up stone for the arch. Concert.—The Methodist body have held a most successful test concert at Gwyddelwern Chapel. The Rev Clement Evans presided. The conductor was the Rev W. G. Owen (Llifon) of Eisteddfod fame. Musical adjudicator. Professor J. Owen- Jones, Wrexham. Pianist, Miss Jeannie A. Jones, Corwen. Prior to the concert a public tea meeting was held for the benefit of the persons who had travelled long distances to attend the meeting. The concert was opened by singing the popular tune, Ebenezer," and a stirring speech from the con- ductor. The principal awards were as follows Children's solo Hannah Blodwen Hannam, and Lizzie Lloyd, Gwyddelwern recitation, children under 10, Hannah Blodwen Hannam solo for boys, David Owen, and William Henry Lloyd, Gwyddel- wern open solo, E. Lloyd Williams children's choir, Gwyddelwern tenor solo, William Davies, Clocaenog, Ruthin Male Voice Choir, Pentre- celyn, Ruthin, were awarded half the prize, and the conductor was presented with a silver medal given by Mr W. J. Stansfield, Corwen soprano solo, Miss Williams, Glyndyfrdwy mixed choirs, Gwyddelwern, and a silver cup for the conductor duet competition, David Evans, Bontuchel, and William Davies, Clocaenog; Lewis Jones and Hugh Lloyd, Corwen recitation (children under 16), Robert Idrys Williams and Hetty Jones bass solo, D. Evans, Bontuchel challenge solo, Miss Williams, Glyndyfrduy, who sang With verdure clad (Creation) recitation (any age), Peter Rees Davies, Ruthin the best rendering of the tunes, Capel Newydd" and "Whitford," Llanelidan party.

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