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ZffliW JBWIWT WELSH CHAPEL, FANN STREET, ALDERSGATE STREET, E.C. THE ANNUAL < 0 Social Tea Evening Concert WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19TH, 1905. Chairman, Sir JOHN H. PULESTON. A KTISTE S Miss GERTRUDE HUGHES. Miss MARGARET LEWYS. Mr. DAVID EVANS. HER. EVAN WII.I.IAMS (The Renowned Welsh-American Tenor), Violinist, Mr. PHILLIP LEWIS. Accompanist, Mr. WALTER HUGHES. Tea on Tables, 5 to 7. Concert to commence 8 o'clock. Admission (Tea and Concert), 3/ 2/ and I/ PREACHING SERVICES WILL BE HELD «X A. 3XT XT A. "ST 2 lsx, 2 2 ND. A.isr J3 23RD. THE REV. H. BARROW WILLIAMS, THE REV. PHILLIP JONES, LLANDUDNO, LLANDILO. WILL OFFICIATE. ORDER OF SERVICES. Saturday Evening, 7.30—Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. Sunday Evening, 6.30-Rev. PHILLIP JONES and Sunday Morning, 10.30—Rev. PHILLIP JONES. Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. Sunday Afternoon, 3.0—Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS Monday Evening, 7.30—Rev. PHILLIP JONES and (English). Rev. H. BARROW WILLIAMS. MILE END WELSH CHURCH. A GRAND Chair Competition, ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1905. The Competition is open to all comers, each Competitor to choose his or her own Solo (English or Welsh words) and to send their nom de plume, together with proper name and address, to the Secretary on or before Januaty nth, 1905. Also various Competitions will be held in Singing and Reciting, restricted to Members of above Church. THE PRIZE FOR CHALLENGE SOLO TO BE A Grand Arm Chair, Value aC 3 3s. Od. Adjudicator Mr. WALTER HUGHES (New Jewin Organist). An Accompanist will be duly provided, but each Competitor will be at liberty to bring their own. HON. SEC. E. MORRIS, 213. Well Street, Hackney. ST. PADARN'S WELSH CHURCH, HORNSBY ROAD, N. The Second Coffee Supper of the Season, On THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 12th; 1905. AT EMMANUEL MISSION HALL, Nearly opposite to St. Padarn's (Entrance in Mayton Street). Chairman-DAVID EVANS, Esq., of Hampstead. EMINENT ARTISTES ARE SECURED. SUPPER AT 7. CONCERT AT 8. ADMISSION FREE. SILVER COLLECTION. EGLWYS ANNIBYNOL BARRETT'S GROVE, STOKE NEWINGTON. -u.- CYNHELIR CYFARFOD ORDEINIO MR. EDWARD OWEN, B.A. (Coleg Bangor), YN WEINIDOG AR YR EGLWYS UCHOD, lonawr 7 fed, 8Zed, a-Ir 9fed, 1905. Cywcrir rhan yn y Cyfarfodydd gatl y Prifathraw LEWIS PROBERT, D.D., Bangor, Parchn. J. E. THOMAS, Meifod, D. C JONES, ELVET LEWIS, J. MACHRETH REES, LLEWELYN BOWYER, OWEN THOMAS, M.A., RODERICK G. DAVIES, a W. J. ROWLANDS. Yr Oedfeuon i ddechreu Nos Sadwrn am 7. Sul am 11 a 6.30. Cyfarfod Ordeinio am 2.30. Nos Lun am 7. The Seventh Annual Harecourt Eisteddfod WILL BE HELD AT HARECOURT HALL, ST. PAUL'S ROAD, CAKONBUSY, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16th, 1905. To COMMENCE AT 6.30 P.M. PRESIDENT REV. CHARLES LEACH, D.D. ADJUDICATORS. Music: MR. WILLIAM DAVIES, Tennr, St. Paul's Cathedral professor of Singing, Guildhall School of Music. Literature: REV. H. ELVET LEWIS. Recitations: REV. J. HOWELL JONES AND MISS EDITH PECK. Art: MR. R. H. ADAMS, Art Master, Central Foundation School. Map: Miss LENA POWELL, B.Sc. ACCOMPANIST Miss EDITH CROWTHER. List of competitions now ready, and may be obtained from the Secretary, MR. JOSEPH POWELL, 13, Emma Rd Clissold Park. N. VIOLINS. 5/- to £ 50m Special, X2 2 O. Hand-made Grand Amati or Stradivarius. Equal to any £$5 o instrument on market. BANJOS. The Celebrated New Club, £ 2 2 0. Sole Makers of Hewett's Pat. Banjos, X 4 4 0 to dCfO 10 O. MANDOLINES. Special Genuine Italian. Fine tone instruments, 151- to B5 5 o. SPECIAL MUSIC CARRIERS. Suitable for Xmas and New Year's Gifts, 4/6. English made goods are guaranteed, and better value cannot be obtained. THE STAINER Manufacturing Co., LTD. W. Dept., 92, St. Martin's Lane.