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NEATH'S BIG 1918 ;1. NEAT H9S BIG .1918 -ll I EVENT. EVENT. GENERAL MEETING OF I COMMITTEE. THREE DAYS' COMPETITIONS I AGREED ON. A well-attended meeting of the General Committee in connection with the Neath National Eisteddfod of 1918 was held on Wed- nesday night at the Gwyn Hall, Neath, under the presidency of the Mayor (Aid. H. P. Charles). It wa.s unanimously decided that the eisteddfod should be held on the first week in August, 1918, to commence on the Tuesday after Bank Holiday. Considerable discussion ensued as to whether the eistedd- fod should be curtailed to two days for com- petitors, with a cymanfa on the third day, as was done at Aberystwyth, or whether they should revert to the old system. Rev. Henry Hughes moved that the com- petitions be limited to two days, with a. cymanfa on the third day. Mr. John Clements urged that two days for competitions would be ample. The Vicar of Aberpergwm advocated,a, three days' eisteddfod without a festival. j Mr. James Nicholas, Port Talbot, thoUght ( a two days' eisteddfod could not be ade- j quately described as a national event. i Aid. Hopkin Morgan appealed to them to ¡ take the present and frture circumstances into consideration. Fast experience had taught them that, whilst three days' eistedd- fodau were well attended, the fourth day was but meagrely attended, and four days were o.gainst the success of the eisteddfod as a whole. They had to think of the aftermath of the war, and he thought that two dayaVl competitions and a cymanfa on the third day 1 would be far more satibiactorjr. Mr. D. Rhys Philips (Welsh Librarian) supported Ald. Morgan's appeal, and pointed out Ilat they would 1.(e incurring a very great: responsibility if they extended it over threa < days. He maintained that a four days' eis- teddfod had been a failure. On a vote being taken a majority voted in favour of three days' competitions, to commence on the Tuee- I day, with a cyiaanfa on the Friday. Members were then nominated to nerve pon j the following committees: Gorsedd, Finknce, i Literary, Musical, Arts, Pavilion; and Recep. [ tion Committees. It was stated by the see re- tary that the Gorsedd CODlmittee hoped to hold the proclamation about the middle ot: June.

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