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ROYAL ALBERT HALL. .A. <3r !Efc -A. IKT 33 CHAIR EISTEDDFOD (Literary and Musical Festival) WILL BE HELD AT THE ABOVE HALL, — On Thursday, February 23rd, 1905, y PRESIDENT— THE RIGHT HON. THE LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. ConductorL. D. JONES, Esq. (Llew Tegid). GREAT CHORAL COMPETITION (MALE VOICES). Prize = ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS. ENTRIES: Cynon United (Aberdare) Male Voice Choir. Manchester Orpheus Glee Society. Eryri Male Voice Choir (Carnarvonshire). Mid-Rhondda Male Voice Party. London Welsh Male Choir, Resolven Male Voice Party. IMPORTANT SOLO, &c., COMPETITIONS. THE CHAIRING OF THE SUCCESSFUL BARD. a rw iimi/ A Trine MUSIC. Dr. Henry Coward (Sheffield), D. Ernlyn Evans, Esq., and D. C. Williams, Esq. ADJULliLA I UKo. LITERATURE. Professor J. Morris Jones, M.A. (Bangor), and Rev. H. Elvet Lewis. ACCOMPANISTS. Mrs. D. R. Hughes, Mr. Merlin Morgan, and Mr. H. S. Jones (Ap Caeralaw). DOORS OPEN AT 6. TO COMMENCE AT 7 PROMPT. Organ Recital by Mr. MERLIN MORGAN at 6.30, PRICES-Boxes from £1 Is. to V3 3s. Stalls, 5s. Arena, 4s. Balcony, 3s. and 2s. ADMISSION. ONE SHILLING (at doors only). Tickets may be obtained from-City-Mr. Alfred Hays, 4, Royal Exchange Buildings; Mr. Mitchell, 5, Leadenhall Street Messrs. Keith, Prowse & Co., 48, Cheapside; Mr. Barr, 38a, Bow Lane. West End—Whitehead's Ticket Office, St. James's Hall, Piccadilty Mr. Alfred Hays, 26, Old Bond Street; Mr. Mitchell, 33, Old Bond Street; Mr. Ashtbn, 38, Old dond Street; Messrs. Chappell & Co., 50, New Bond Street; Messrs. Stanley Lucas, Weber & Co., 84, New Bond Street; Messrs. Keith, Prowse & Co., 167, New Bond Street; Messrs. Lacon & Oilier, i68a, New Bond Street; Messrs. J. B. Cramer & Co., 126, Oxford Street; Messrs. Webster & Waddington, 304, Regent Street; Cecil Roy's Box Offices, 15, Sussex Place, South Kensington; Messrs. Farmer & Sons, I, Edwardes Terrace, Kensington; Mr. G. White, 27, High Street, Kensington; and at the TICKET OFFICE, ROYAL ALBERT HALL; also at the Offices of the London Welshman," 45-47, St. Martin's Lane, W.C. at the various Welsh Churches and Chapels; and of the Eisteddfod Secretary. — i PRELIMINARY COMPETITIONS- Wednesday, February 22nd, in Falmouth Road Welsh Chapel, New Kent Road, S.E., at 6 p.m. ADMISSION 6D. The Great Western, London and North Western, and other Railway Companies will run Special Trains in connection with this- Eisteddfod from all parts of the country. For particulars see the Companies' bills. For all information respecting the Eisteddfod apply to the Hon. Sec., DAVID R. HUGHES, 49, Hailsham Avenue, Streatham Hill, London, S.W. -0" -=- Printed and Published by HARRISON & SONS, at 45, St. Martin's Lane, London. Wholesale City Agent-M. SOUTHWELL, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, E.C. Agents for Wales—MESSRS. W. H. SMITH, 0' AND SONS, and MESSRS. WM. DAWSON & SONS, LTD." Agents for the Colonies:—ROBT. A. THOMPSON & Co., LTD., Melbourne (Victoria), Sydney (N.S.W.), Adelaide, Brisbane. (Qutenbland), Cape Town (S.A.), Johannesburg and Buluwayo GORDON & GOTCH, Cape Town Durban (S.A.) Melbourne (Victoria), Brisbane (Queensland), Sydney IN.S.W.), Perth (W.A.), Wellington and Christchurch, N.Z.