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I BY "UNCLE TOM." l Brecon. February 27th, 1917. My dear nephews and nieces,—I have to announce, this wce], ,tha,t the first prize-winner in our February's essay competition was Miss Eleanor G. Evans (Council School, Chapel), and the second, Miss Lilian M. G. Wil. liams (also of the Council School, Upper Chapel). The competitors sent in first-class compositions, and I ap pend copies below for the persual of you all. Eleanor" marks were :-Writing. 77 out of 80; English, 76 out (ji ■">0; spelling, 60 out of 80; and intelligence, 150; total. .(So out of 400. Lilian's marks were Writing, 74; spel- ling. so; English, 74; intelligence, 150; total, 378. Eleanor also writes :1 am sorry that this com- petition limited us to a number of words, as there are many more famous musicians of these counties of whom. I COllld write. "Carnhuanawc" was a clever harpist and constructed a harp. Other faniou- musicians of the counties are John Thomas (Llanwrtyd), Wylor Owen (Llandrindod Wells), Miss Ethel James (Hay), and the late lamented "Eos Crick" (Brecon). I have much en- joyed this competition. With kindest regards and best wishes," With sinecrest regards to you all. Your affectionate UNCLE TOM.

:FEBRUARY COMPETITION.

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ASTONISHING MEMORY.

GIVE THE FOOD PROVIDER A CHANCE.

DRINK AND THE WAR. !

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