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CASTLE STREET MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. V SESSION 1902-1903. THE Inaugural Concert Of the above Society will take place SATURDAY, NOV. 1st, 1902. CHAIRMAN- SIR JOHN WILLIAMS, BART. Artistes- Madame ELEANOR JONES Miss TEIFY DAVIES Mr. GWILYM RICHARDS Mr. IVOR FOSTER Elocutionist—Mr. D. EGRYN OWEN Solo Flautist-Mr. ELI HUDSON Accompanist-Mr. MERLIN MORGAN Doors open 7.30 Concert commence 8 p.m. Admission by Programme-ONE SHILLING. To be obtained of JOHN OWEN, 36, King Street, Camden Town, Musical Sec., or D. H. TREHARNE, Wharncliffe Villa, New Southgate, General Sec. CAPEL M.C. CLAPHAM JUNCTION BEAUCHAMP ROAD, S.W. ANNUAL TEA AND CONCERT ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 29,1902 Artistes- Miss BESSIE LEWIS, R.A.M., Miss MORFYDD WILLIAMS, R.C.M., Mr. SETH HUGHES, R.C.M. Mr. EMLYN DA VIES, A.R.C.M. Elocutionist-Mrs. D. O. EVANS. Accompanist—Mr. GWILYM ROWLANDS Chairman— EDWARD JONES, ESQ. (Peckham). COMPETITION- m 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.) Adjudicator-Mr. EMLYN DAVIES, A.R.C.M. INames of Competitors to be sent in before Oct. 27th. If more than 4 Competitors, Preliminary Contest at 7 p.m. TEA 6-7.30 CONCERT 7.45. ADMISSION TO TEA & CONCERT, II- RESERVED 2 Hon. Secretaries— R. L. DAVIES, 6, Beauchamp Road, Clapham Junction. T. JONES, 79, Tyneham Road, Lavender Hill, S.W. PROCEEDS IN AID OF BUILDING FUND. ST. PADARN'S WELSH CHURCH, HORNSEY ROAD, N. (North London Welsh Church Mission). A GRAND Evening CONCERT In aid of the above Church, will be held at the QU EEN'S HAL L, LANGHAM PLACE, W. — (Small Hall, No. 2 Door) on — THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1902. ARTISTES- Vocalists: Miss GERTRUDE HUGHES, R.A.M. Mr. THOMAS THOMAS, R.C.M. Mr. DAVID HUGHES, R.A..M. Solo Pianist-Mr. DAVID JONES Accompanist- Mr. FRANK MUMMERY. Mus.Bac. (Oxon). Elocutionist- Mr. THORPE DAVIE Chairman- EDMUND BARNES, ESQ., J.P. MS.B.L. MAYOR OF ST. PANCRAS. STALLS, 10/6 RESERVED SEATS, 5/- UNRESERVED SEATS, 2/6 ADMISSION, 1/- Doors open 7.30 Commence, 8 Carriages, 10.30 Tickets may be obtained from the Chaplain, Rev. William Davies, 19, Birnam Road, N., and Mr. H. Havard, 56, Thane Villas, Finsbury Park, N., or from any of the officers of the Church. TONAU CYNULLEIDFAOL GAN PEDR ALAW, Mus. Bac. BHAN 1. YN BABOD, PBIS 4c. Yn cynwys chwech o donau newyddion. OPINIADAU: Yr wyf yn eu hoffi yn fawr. Maent yn donau cyfoethog ac urddasol. —J. T. Rees, Mus. Bac. IWatnt jn sicr o fod yn wasanaethgar iawn. Mao Rhuddlan' yn don fendigedig." .— Emlyn Davies, A.R.C.M. Mae y tonau hyn yn rhai rhagorol iawn, yn arbenig Pendennis.' -Tom Price. Bu y don Pendennis o dan ystyriaeth y Cerddor, y Parch. Ellis Edwards, M.A,, Bala, a dyma ddywedai am dani •. It seems to me to be un- doubtedly a high-class tune. It is a solemn, reverent, worship-helping tune." Ar werth gan Mr. W. H. ROBERTS, 10, Cecil Court, Charing Cross Road; a'r Awdwr—" PENDENNIS," Loughton, ESSEX. QUEEN'S CLUB, WEST KENSINGTON LONDON WELSH v. LLANELLY ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. ADMISSION 1/- Tickets to be obtained at the gate. Frequent trains on the underground or Twopenny Tube, to Shepherd's Bush, thence 'Bus to West Kensington. EGLWYS Y BEDYDDWYR CASTLE STREET, W. CYFARFOD BLYNYDDOL Hydref 25ain, 26ain, 27ain, 1902. PREGETHWYR- PARCH- PEDR WILLIAMS (PEDR HIR), BOOTLE. PARCH. DAVID COLLIER, ABERTILLERY. Trefn yr Oedfaon- Nos Sadwm, 7.30. Parch. D. COLLIER /II a.m. „ PEDR WILLIAMS- Dvdd Sul J 3 P'm" "D" COLLIER J^ycm bui ^6-30p>m< D.COLLIER ( PEDR WILLIAMS Nos Lun, 7.30 p.m. D. COLLIER „ rEDR WILLIAM& Gwneir Casgliad tuag at y Drysorfa Adeiladu yn mhob Cyfarfod. BYDD TREFN Y CYFARFODYDI> SABBOTH, TACHWEDD YR 2ail, Fel y canlyn- Boreu, 10.30—Cyfarfod Gweddi „ 11—Pregeth, Parch. R. Ellis Williams. Prydnawn, 3-Cyfarfod yr Ysgol Sul. Cadeirydd-John Hinds, Ysw. Anerchiadau gan y Cadeirydd, Parchn, R. Ellis Williams a Edward Evans. Cymerir rhan mewn Adrodd a Chanu gan Miss Deborah Rees, Miss Sarah Roberts, Mr. William Rees a Mr.. John Jones. Cyfeilyddesau—Miss Alice Pryce-Jones a Miss May Richards. Hwyr, 6.30—Pregeth, Parch. E. Evans, Bangor. Triawd—" Duw bydd drugarog." Miss May Williams, Mr. Campbell Walters, a Mr. Tudor Rhys. CROESAW CYNHES I BAWB. MR. HENRY MORGAN, SURGEON DENTIST, 10, TAVISTOCK PLACE, W.C. Artificial Teeth from 5/- to 10/- Complete Sets (upper and lower) from X4 "TEETH EXTRACTED UNDER GAS AND ETHER SPRAY. OLD SETS OF TEETH REMODELLED. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION. "Siaredir Cymraeg os yn fwy dymunot." PREPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS. One copy weekly. From Office post free. 3 months 1/6 6 „ 3/- 12 „ 6/- Four Copies and upwards sent post free at published price. J ■ —— Argraffwyd gan GRELLIER a'i FAB, a Chyhoeddwyd gan Gwmni'r Cyhoeddwyr Cymreig Llundain (Oyt), yn 211, Gray' Inn Road. Wholesale Agents—A. C. MUNTON, 9, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street. BAETLETT & Co., 10, Paternoster Square. EVEKETT & Co., 3, Bell Buildings, Salisbury Sq.