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Prizes, £ 25 and .610 Mixed OhoraL-" The Lord is my Shepherd" (S. Davies). Prize, £ 20. Juvenile Choirs.—"Awn i Chwareuyn vr Lira" (P. Edwards). Prizes, £ 8, £ 3, and £ 1. Action Song.—Prizes, £3, £2, a,rid.PI. Boys' Choir.—Prizes, £3 and £ 1. Brass Bands (Class B). Ambulance .—Prize. £ 6 Cs. Ode.—Prize, £ 2 2s. and a Chair. Elegy.- Prize, £ 1 Is. Quartette.-Prize, £3 3s. Duett.-Prize, £2 2s., and a Guinea each for the Sol os-Vocal and Instrumental. Also very substanti •! prizes' for Recitations, Transla- tion, Essay, Englyn, Penillion Singing', Brush Drawing, Photography, &e.. Programmes, post free, 2td., to be had from the Secretaries-A. W. HUMPHREYS, Godreaman. Aberdare. DAVID REES, Llwydcoed House, Godreaman, Aberdare. N.B.-A splendid G.W.R. Car Service will run between Aberdare and Cwmasoan. 518 P-4. ID PA. c m Fourth Annual Eisteddfod and Competitive Concert, Easter Tuesday, April 18, 1911. 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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Special Meeting of the Rhondda Urban District Council, called in pur- suance of the Borough Funds Acts, 1.872 and 1903, and held on Friday, the 9th day of December, 1910, the following resolutions were passed by an absolute majority of the whole number of the said Council (namely) 1.—That the Council do make applica- tion in the next Session of Parliament for an Act for effecting all or some of the following objects and purposes, namely — (1) To extend the period for the con- struction of authorised waterworks and to empower the Council to con- struct new waterworks and to pur- chase lands in connection therewith. (2) To authorise the Council to acquire certain pieces of land as sites for the erection of refuse destructors and also for the construction, of a station or stations for generating electrical energy in connection with the Council's proposed electric lighting undertaking and to con- struct an approach road to one of such sites. (3) To empower the Council to take a supply of electrical energy in bulk for the purposes of their proposed electric lightingt quidertaking from the Rhondda Tramways Company, Limited. (4) To authorise the Council to provide and let for hire electric lines and other fittings and to undertake the free wiring of houses for electric lighting and other purposefi: (5) To authorise the conveyance of the refuse of the district on the existing and authorised Tramways within the district. (6) To confirm, it necessary, ttie, lease by the Council to the Rhondda Tramways Company. Limited, of the generating station authorised by the Rhondda Urban District Council (Tramways. &c.) Act. 1902. (7) To provide for the levelling and sewering of new streets before the erection of buildings. (8) To empower the Council to borrow money for any of the purposes of the Bill and to ratify expenditure already made upon the waterworks of the Council. (9) To confer on the Council all such powers, rights and privileges in refer- ence to the .aforesaid matters as may be considered expedient. 2.-That the costs, charges and ex- penses of or in relation to the said, appli- cation be paid by the Council and charged on the District Fund and General District Rate or other the public funds or rates under the control of the Council. Dated this 12th day of December, 191.0. W. P. NICHOLAS, Clerk to the Council. Rhondda Urbars District Council, Applications for Licences under (1) The Theatres Act, 184;. (2) The Cinematograph Act, 1909. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a .1. Special Meeting of the RHONDDA. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL will be held in the Council Chamber, at Pentre, on TUESDAY next, the 20th day of December, 1910, at 4.15 o'clock in the afternoon, for the hearing of applications for THEATRICAL and CINEMATOGRAPH LICENCES and that any person or persons desiring to be heard in relation to such Applications may attend at the place and time above mentioned upon first giving notice in writing to the undersigned of their intention to attend and specifying the building or buildings and the particular matters in respect of which they desire to make representations. Dated this 14th day of December, 1910. W. P. NICHOLAS, 521 Clerk of the Council. MOLESKIN Competition. Prizes value Twelve Guineas. Half a million skins wanted. Also wanted Cat, Otter, Badger, Hare and Rabbit Skins. Top prices paid. Write Watson & Co., 49. Gt. Queen Street, Kings way, London, W. C. 506 « Troch Gwlad nag Ar&iwy £ tc/ ':¡.>l:r?f}' EXCELSIOR BUILDINGS. DE WINTON STREET, TONYPANDY Telephone No. 77 P.O. 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