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The Arrest of a Llanrwst Solicitor.


Competitive Meeting at Llanfairfechan.


Competitive Meeting at Llanfairfechan. Successful Proceedings on Christmas Day. THE fortieth annual competitive meeiting held in connection with Horeb and Nant C.M. Churches, took place at the Public Hall on the afternoon and evening of Christmas Day. The aft, erridon meeting, which was fairly weli patronised, was presided over by Air, Jones, Castle Stores, while Mr David Griffith, Plas Farm, conducted in a very creditable manner. The following were the awards — Solo for children under 12 years ("Mont. gomery"): Ivor Jones. Solo for children under 18 years, "Tr mwyn dy enw" (Tom Price) Jenny Hughes. Essay on "Paul in Athens:" 0 Mr W. G. Thomas, Bad Enlli. For marking on canvas, "Duw a Digon:" 1, Maggie Grif- fiths 2, Chairlotte Ellis; 3, Nesita Ellis. Chil- dren's choir: Nant Choir, conductor, Hum- phrey Owen, "Y Nant a'r Blodeuyn" (Tom Price), one entry. EVENING MEETING. In the evening Mr J. O. Jones, Stafford House, presided, while Mr R. C. Evans, Brcn-y-Gan, conductedL The hall was crowded. The following prizes were awarded —Piano- forte solo: Dilys Eames and, Mary Hughe's, equal. For a map of Llanfairfechan Merediths Griffith. Party of nine children, "Maidstone" (C.M. Hymn Book): Ivor Jones and party, For sofa blanket: 11ù:s Hughes, Vron Pare. Solo tenor or soprano, "IetsU Cyfaill F'enaid Cu" (Bryan Warhurst) Mr Humphrey Owen, Emrys Villa. Knife box LI-erw-elyn Samuel, Bron Nant. Flanelette .nightdress Miss Wil- liams, Wern. For tune composing: Mr John Thomas, Erw Gron. Woollen stockings Mrs Thomas, Bron Nant. Solo bass, "Y Ddwy Del (,D. Pug'.ie Evans) Mr John, I-Iu,ghes a;nd ,yn, ,ram lIu,hes, efl-ual. ScripruTe exaiii?inati-ons, nn,cl,e,r 21': 1, Nir W. (?. Tlkoma?s; 2, Lle?welyn- Samuel. Scripture examinations, over 2'i 1, John Roberts j Bodhyfryd; 2, W. Thomas, Bod! Enlli; 3, R. Evans, Pear Hill. Chief essay: Mr R. Evans and W. Roberts, Penmaenmawr, equal. During the eventing the Dwygyfychi Choir rendered, "Dattotd mae rhwymau," and were well praised by the adjudicator. The accompanist was Mrs Capt. Lewis, Brook Bank; musical adjudicator, Mr R. 0. Pierce, Valley, Anglesey; literary adjudicator, Rev. W. R. Jone's, F.R.G.S., Llanfairfechan; poetry ad- judicator, "Glan A law." Messrs Hugh Owen, Bodeuton, and John Owen, Emrys Villa, carried out the secretarial duties faultlessly. "Glan Alaw's" adjudication on the englynion are given in the Welsh page.