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EGLWYS DEWI SANT PADDINGTON. A GRAND Evening CONCERT AND MALE VOICE CHORAL "COMPEimON (PRIZE JE50) WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE U E E N'S HA LL. LANGHAM PLACE, LONDON, ^IJnder the Patronage of T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales). ON NOVEMBER 27, 1902. TEST PIECES- (a) "The Word went forth" —Mendelssohn, (b) "The Long Day Closes" —Sullivan. For particulars apply to Secretary, DAVID JONES, 42, Oxford Gardens, Notting Hill, W. The' Principalitu Note, 0 <:J.:j CtI CD tj d:S 00 .P-4 00 .,¡.J .oJ t:r' o p. z t: 8 CD w. r=q ro 'COD td 0 E-4 To be obtained only of SEND FOR ESTIMATES. Wholesale and Retail Stationer, Printer & Account Book JHakep, W. ISACKE, Milk Ledgers, and Round Books, Pass Book, Lettered on side from 2s. 6d. per dozen. 211, Edgware Rd., W. ST. PADARN'S WELSH CHURCH, HORNSEY ROAD, N. REV. WILLIAM DAVIES Chaplain. THE HARVEST FESTIVAL Will be held on SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th and 29th, 1902. Services as follows: Sunday at 11 a.m., Holy Communion and Sermon. 3 p.m., Litany and Sermon „ 6.30 p.m., Evening Service and Sermon Monday at 8 p.m., Evening Service and Sermon. Rev. W. OGWEN DAVIES (Vicar of Cray), Will preach at each service. Gifts of Flowers, Fruits, Corn, &c., will be thankfully received on Saturday Afternoon, September 27th, at the Church Vestry. TEA will be provided between the Services on Sunday afternoon at a Nominal Charge. EDWARD ROBERTS, ) JOHN HUGHES, J U C

Y BrD A'R BETTWS.