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I ST. DAVID'S DAY AT LLAN- I DUDNO. VISIT OF THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER. I FULL PROGRAMME OF THE DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Elaborate arrangements have been com- pleted for the celebration of St. David's Day at Llandudno on Monday, which includes a visit by the Chancellor of the Exchequer for the purpose of stimulating recruiting in the Principality. Mr and Mrs Lloyd George and other members of the family will arrive at Llandudno on Saturday night, and during their stay at Llandudno they will be the guests of Brigadier-General and Mrs Owea Thomas at The Wilton. I UNITED SERVICE AT THE PAVILION. A united service will be held in the Pier Pavilion on Sunday morning, at which tho band of the London Welsh Battalion, and » Brigade Choir, numbering over 200 voices, will take part in the musical portion of tho service. Amongst the Welsh hymn-tunes will be "Aberystwytn," "Crug y Bar," "Hudder field," and "liyfrydol. The sermon will be preached by tne Rev. John Williams (Bryn- siencyn). All the Nonconformist churches of the town will be closed for the Sunday morn- ing, to enable the members to attend the Pavilion service. The gallery of the Pavilion has been reserved for the civilians, and the body of the hall for the military. I WELSH CONCERT. In the evening a Welsh concert is to be given at the Pavilion by the famous band of the London Welsh Battalion, at which a new patriotic song, "Britain," socially composed by Mr T. Osborne Roberts for tno occasion, and dedicated to the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, will be sung. The concert will be under the patronage of Mr and Mrs Lloyd George, Brigadier-General Owen Thomas and Mrs Thomas, and other officers of the 1st Bri- gade all of whom have signified their inten- tion of being present. The band, under the conductorship of Bandmaster J. White, have arranged a special programme of Welsh musio for the occasion, which will open with the Welsh National Anthem, and include several, of the favourite Welsh melodies. MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. The proceedings on St. David's Day will be as follows:- 11 a.m.: Brigade parade on the Promenade. Inspecting officers, received with salute, will inspect tiie ^Brigade. Presentation of sword to Brigadier-General Owen Thomas by the women of Anglesey. Battalions marcii past, first in column of fours and then in column of platoons. One battalion will do physical exercise on the same ground. 1.0 p.m.: Luncheon at the St. George's Hotel, given by the Brigadier to the General Officer commanding-in-ciiief and staff of the Western Command, the General Officer com. manding 43rd Welsh Army Division and staff, the Lords Lieutenant and High Sheriffs of North Wales, the Welsh Army Corps commit- tee, and senior officers of the Brigade, to meet tha Right Hon. D. Lloyd George (Chancellor of the Exchequer). During the afternoon the Welsh Brigade Choir will sing en the Promenade; an assault- at-arras will take place at the Hippodrome, and an inter-battalion football match on the Council Field. THE BRIGADIER'S AT HOME. PRESENTATION TO THE CHANCELLOSi, 4 p.m.: The Brigadier-General and Mrs Tho- miia will give an "At Hom-c" at the Grand Hotel. at which a presentation will be made to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Mrs Lloyd George. The Chancellor's gift will take the form of an album boirad in Russia leather of khaki sha-d-e with gilded decorations, and bearing the seal of the Llandudno Urban District Oouineii, a special due of whioh has been cast for the oooa- sujn. The interior of the book will contain n congratulatory address in English and Weiah, fol- lowed by the signatures of the members of tlM Llandudno Urban District Council. This will be foiiowed by twelve exclusive photographs, sepia tinted, of Llandudno and its vicinity, inc!udimg tho historic castles of Carnarvon and Conway. A gold and enamelled regimental broooh is also to 00 presented to Mrs Lioyd George. 8 p.m.: Dinner at the St. George's Hotel, given by Brigadier-General Owon Thomas uid officers of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, at which the toast list will be as follows: Toast, "St. David;" selection, "St. David's Day;" toast, "The King;" selection, "God Save tho King;" boast, "lne Princ-a of Wales;" selection, "God ( Bless the Prinoe of Wales; toast. Shenkin ap Morgan;" eelection, "Ap Shenkm; toast, loby Purcell and his Spurn;" seloüt ion "Jonny. J ones;" toast, 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh I usiiiers; election, "The British Grenadiers; 11 toast, "Our Gueets; selection, "Auld L-ang Syne; band of th-a L#oii<;k>ii W olsh Battajion. Tko musio at tho dinner will be sup- plied by the band of the London Wrekh Bit. talion. 8 p.m.: Military Eisteddfod in the Pier Pavil- ion. Adjudicator, Mr John Williams, Carnaivou (conductor of the famous Investiture Choir).

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