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M"BW JEWIRT WELSH CHAPEL, FANN STREET, ALDERSGATE STREET, E.C. THE A NNUA L. Social Tea & Evening Concert WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19TH, 1905. Chairman, Sir JOHN H. PULESTON. ARTISTES Miss GERTRUDE HUGHES. Miss MARGARET LEWYS. Mr. DAVID EVANS. MR. EVA Bar WII.I.IA.MS (The Renowned Welsh-American Tenor), I Violinist, Mr. PHILLIP LEWIS. Accompanist, Mr. WALTER HUGHES. Tea on Tables, 5 to 7. Concert to commence 8 o'clock. Admission (Tea and Concert), 3/ 2/ and 1/ FRXS^CSIlffG SERVICES WILL BE HELD J -A- 2W XJ -A- It "5T SSlssTF, 2 2std. AWD 23BD. THE REV. H. BARROW WILLIAMS, THE REV. PHILLIP JONES, LLANDUDNO, LLANDILO. WILL OFFICIATE. ORDER OF SERVICES. Saturday Evening, 7.30âRev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. Sunday Morning, 10.30âRev. PHILLIP JONES. Sunday Afternoon, 3.0âRev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS (English). Sunday Evening, 6.30âRev. PHILLIP JONES and Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. Monday Evening, 7.30âRev. PHILLIP JONES and Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. MILE END WELSH CHURCH. A GRAND Chair Competition, ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1905. The Competition is open to all comers, each Competitor to choose his or her own Solo (English or Welsh words) and to send their nom deplume, together with proper name and address, to the Secretary on or before January nth, 1905. Also various Competitions will be held in Singing and Reciting, restricted to Members of above Church. THE PRIZE FOR CHALLENGE SOLO TO BE A Grand Arm Chair, Value B 3 3s. Od. Adjudicator Mr. WALTER "VODES (New Jewin Organist). An Accompanist will be duly provided, but each Competitor will be at liberty to bring their own. HON. SEC. E. MORRIS, 213. Well Street, Hackney. THE HISTORY OF THE RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN WALES. Thirty-two page Pamphlet, profusely illustrated with portraits of Leaders of the Movement. ONE PENNY: By Post, Three-halfpence. WESTERN MAIL, LIMITED, 176, FLEET ST., LONDON. STORIES of WALES, BY W. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS, M.A. Author of Gwr y Dolau," Gwilum a Ben, ach," &c. The first of a series of most interesting STORIES OF WALES, and entitled, "SECOND SIGHT," will appear in the "LONDON WELSHMAN for Jan. 21st. The stories will be continued week by week, and we venture to predict that it will prove equal to any similar series ever published. Order your copies at once, and then you cannot be disappointed. Cystadleuaeth w "Cymro Llundain." Gwobr Gyntaf. jB2 2 0 Ail Wobr I I 0 YN ein rhifyn am Ionawr 2 lain, a'r pum' wythnos ddilynol, fe fydd coupon ac ynddo le i ysgrifenu deuddeg enw. Gwahoddwn bob un o'n darllenwyr i'w lanw gydag enwau y Deuddeg Cymro Enwocaf a Mwyaf Poblogaidd heddyw. Rhoddir y Gwobrwyon uchod am y ddwy restr a gynwysant fwyaf o'r enwau a enwir yn y drefn y safant. AMODAU Y GYSTADLEUAETH i. Ni wneir sylw o unrhyw restr oni bydd yn ysgrifenedig ar un o'r coupons. 2. Gall cystadleuydd anfon i mewn y nifer o restrau a fynno. 3. Pob rhestr i gael ei harwyddo a ffugenw yn unig. 4. Dyfarniad y Golygydd i fod yn derfynol. 5. Gellir anfon rhestrau i mewn mor gynnar ag yr ewyllysir, ond rhaid i'r olaf fod mewn llaw ar yr 28ain 0 Chwefror. Archer Copiau yn ddioed,