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1897. Rhif 98. THE Y GWIR YN ái\ ERBYN Y BYD. ROYAL NÄTIONAL /I\ EISTEDDFOD NBWPORT, fMon.J, August 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1897. PEIZE8 inST 3yCXJSIOA.L SECTION, dBöOO. OF WALES, COMPETITIONS. CHIEF CHORAL (200 voices), lst Prize, £200 (with Gold Medal to Conductor); 2nd Prize, £50. Second Choral (100 voices), Ist Prizc £75 (with Gold Baton to Conductor); 2ndPrize, £25. Choirs of One Conyregation (50 voices), lst Prize, £30 ; ^ud Prize, £10. Male Choirs (80 voices), lst Prize, £70 ; 2nd Prize, £10. Female Choirs, (30 voices), lst Prize, £25 (with Gold Medal to Conductor); 2nd Prize, £10. Glee Party,—~Prize £15. Focal Solos for Soprano, Mezzo-Sopmno, Contralto, Tenor, Bari- tone and Bass, Prizes 5 Guineas each. Yocal Quartets Duets, &c. Orchestral Bancl Competition, Prize £50 (with Gold Medal to Conductor). Pi'inoforte Solo, lst Prize, £10, Hnrp Solo, Ist Prize, £10. Brass and Military Bands, £40 each, &c, &c. ADJTTDICATORS. Sir A. C. Mackenzie, Mus. Doc, Principal R.A.M.; Professor Walter Macfarren, R.A.M. ; Professor John Thomas (Pencerdd Gu-alia), R.A.M.; Messrs. D. Emlyn Evans. Roland Rogers, Mus. Doc, David Jenkins, Mus. Bac. Albert Williams, Mus. Bac. (Bandmaster of the Royal Grenadier Guards). Por further particulars see Lîst of Subjects published by William Jones, Cambrian Printing Works. Newport, Mon ; post free, 7d. Or apply Hon. Sec, Musical Section, 14, Church Road, Newport, Mon. FIA3STOS jÇ^NJD O IR, Gh _A_ ITsT S On the Easy Paymeni System ; delìvered Free on Payment of First Instalment. THE BEST * CHEAPEST HOÜSE !N WÄLES, P H a a o o » bccs $ •S-S-3 ~ .9 § <!) O p £0-3 _, p ® 03 5 Vj a °t s B 10/6 Per month, Walnut Cottage Pianoforte, lion Frame, Check Action, Full Trichord, Brass Pini Panel Front with Gilt Incisîon or Marquetry, <£c. Delivered on Paymeiit of TEN SHILLINGS ANI tlate. Truss Supports, SIXPENCE. 'CEANES' BUILDIITG-S NEW ILLTJSTRATED CATALOGUE (64 pageb) NOW READY. R. THORNTON JONES, Manager, w:r:e:x::e3:.a.:m:_ HUGHES AND SON, CYBOEDDWYR, 56, HOPE STREET, WREXBAM. ÉÉHKS«