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QUEEN'S HALL, No t; 8 II THE TREORKY ROYAL MALE VOICE CHOIR [Conductor: Mr. W. THOMAS, (Who recently appeared before HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, at Windsor Castle) Will give an EVENING CONCERT, On Monday, March 23rd, 1896, Assisted by MISS IsTBLLIZl .i^SHER MISS M-A.Y CTOZEUnT MR. M-AUCTW"H"2ST HTTMFHRE^S MR. EJVEIjTTJST IDA~V"IES MR. IJLO-O ZLEWYS (By kind permission of R. D'Oyly Carte, Esq.) RECITATIONS, MISS LIZZIE PRICE FLUTE, MR. FREDERIC GRIFFITH ORGAN, I MR. MERLIlT MORG-AN Conductors, MR. MERLIN MORGAN and MR. J. T. JONES. Doors open at 7.30. Concert at 8. Carriages 10.45. TICKETS Front Sofa Stalls (Reserved), 5/- Sofa Stalls (Reserved), 3/- Grand Circle, (Reserved) 2/6 Admission 1/- May be had from Mr. Edward Owen, Radnor Street; Mr. Glyn Evans, King's Cross; Mr. Arthur Griffith, Castle Street; Mr. J. E. Davies, St. David's Paddington Mr. Tom Jenkins, Charing Cross Road; Mr. TimEvans, New Jewin Mr. W. Bowen, Barrett's Grove; Mr. H. Richards, Wilton Square; Mr. W. Gyrn Davies, St. Bennett's; Mr. J. Morgan, Falmouth Rd, Mr. Joseph Powell, Boro'; Mr. Robert Jones, Shirland Road Mr. Meth Jones, Stratford; and the Hon. Sees. H. TUDOR RHYS,) T_ rr„ffQ u Ct R W DA.yis | iottenllam Street, W. BV Applications for TICKETS should be made at once in order to secure Seats.a JigggSlI lj||S§p IHI GHEIiLIEH & son, • W WELSH AND GENERAL PRINTERS, 211, GRAY'S INN ROAD, W.C. r m.i.i.i.1.1.1! I | jj mm.. All our Work is Up-date. I^Bl