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CHIBP CliOFLAT, liark! the deep tremendous Voice" (Haydn), 1st prize, M; 2nd k20. SECOND CHORAL-"The Lord is my Shepherd (S. Daviet, O. & L., Maesteg), Prize IP20. MALI? VOICK—"Spartan Heroes" (Dan Protheroe>, 1st prize, £ 20; 2nd £ 5. JUVKNUE CiroiR-" Over the field, of Clover (Adam Geibel), 1st prize. £ 6 2nd £ 2. BRASS BANDS (2nd Clws) -"Atemories of the Past" (W. Binitners) 1st price £ 10 2nd £ 5 3rd £ 2. Action Song for children, 1st prize £ 2 2nd £ 1. Solos It gliB. each. "Prvddest, 2 gns., & handsome Chair. Ambulance Competition, £4. Togetlier with substantial prizes for other musical com- petitions, Essay, Reeitations, Englyn, &c. Full particu- lars, see programmes. 2d., from the Secretary, J. P. James, 15. Brynmawr-place, Maesteg, Glam, THE BOAT INN, BOUGHROOD, LLYSWEN, S.O. On the banks of the Wye. FREE FISHING. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. Proprietor E. LEWIS. CENTRAL HOTEL, MERTHYR, Under New Proprietorship. JAMES FRANCOMBE, Many years with R. E. 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