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THE LONDON WELSH MALE VOICE CHOIR The above Choir has newly been formed, under the con- ductorship of Mr. MERLIN MORGAN. The first practice will be held on Wednesday next, October 8th, at 8.15 p.m., at the Lecture Hall of CHARING CROSS ROAD CHAPEL. All those able to sing are cor- dially invited to join. W. DAVIES, 37, Wilton Road, Victoria, S.W Hon. Sec., (pro. tem.) CAPEL CYMRAEG MILE END ROAD (Yn ymyl Stepney Green Station). CYNHELIR CYFARFODYDD BLYNYDDOL Y LLE UCHOD BYDREF 18fed, 19eg, a'r 20fed, 1902. Pregethir gan y Parchedigion, JOHN HUGHES, M.A. LIVERPOOL; A H. ELFED LEWIS, HARECOURT CHAPEL. TREFN YR OEDFAON- Uos Sadwrn, am 7.30. Parch. JOHN HUGHES Boreu Sul am 10.44. „ JOHN HUGHES Prydnawn Sul am 2.45 „ ELFED LEWIS 2Tos Sul „ 6.30 „ JOHN HUGHES NosLun 7 f » ELFED LEWIS JXOS i-iun „ £ JOHN HUGHES Casgliad ym mhob oedd at y Gronfa Adeiladu. Cjmdeitbas Ddiwylliadol Castle Street. Llywydd—T. HINDS, Ysw. Cyfarfod Agoriadol NOS SADWRN, 4 HYDREF, 1902 TRADDODIR ID A :RJ Xj I T EC GAN Y Parch. H. ELYET LEWIS (Elfed) TE STYN IEUAN GWYNEDD." DANTEITHION AM 7. I DDECHREU AM 8. CROESAW I BAWB EGLWYS DEWI SANT PADDINGTON. A GRAND Evening CONCERT AND MALE VOICE CHORAL COMPETITION PRIZE zC50 AND A GOLD CORONATION MEDAL, The Gold Medal value P,7 7s. will be presented by Messrs. Elkington & Co., Ltd., 22, Regent Street, London, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE QUEENS HALL, LANGHAM PLACE, LONDON, (Under 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. CAPEL M.C. CLAPHAM JUNCTION BEAUCHAMP ROAD, S.W. ANNUAL TEA AND CONCERT ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 29, 1902 I ARTISTES TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER. COMPETITION- £1 Is. PRIZE For the best rendering of the "Star of Bethlehem" (Stephen Adams). Published by Messrs. Boosey, Regent St. (Competion limited to Tenor or Bass.) PROCEEDS IN AID OF BUILDING FUND.