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RADNOR STREET Welsh Congregational Chapel, KING'S ROAD, CHELSEA, S.W. THE FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL TEA MEETING — AND — CONCERT WILL BE HELD AT THE ABOVE CHAPEL ON Thursday Evening, Nov. 16, 1905. CHAIRMAN: F. W. GOOD ENOUGH. Esq. ARTISTES MADAME ELEANOR JONES-HUDSON. MISS MARGARET LEWYS. MR. SPENCER THOMAS. MR. MALDWYN EVANS. MR. IDRIS PERKINS. Accompanist: Mr. DAVID RICHARDS. Tea on the tables from 5.30 to 7,30. Concert to commence at 8 prompt. Admission by Ticket, 1/ „ WELSH WESLEYAN METHODISTS, GOTHIC HALL, THOMAS STREET, OXFORD STREET (Marble Arch End.) GRAND EVENING CONCERT Thursday, November 16th, 1905. Artistes: Soprano. Miss ALICE BAXTER. Contralto Miss GWLADYS ROBERTS. Tenor Mr. BEN IVOR. Baritone Mr. DAN PRICE. Elocutionist Miss ETHEL HUMPHREYS. Accompanist.. Mr. MERLIN MORGAN. Doors open 7.30 p.m. Commence 8 prompt. TICKETS, 2/- and 1- May be obtained from the Hon. Secretaries, Mr. E. J. EVANS, i S, 12, Porchester Road, Bayswattr, nd Mr. S. G. JUNES, I6, Liberia Hoad, Highbury N.W. or Members of the Church. STRATFORD WELSH CHAPEL, ROMFORD ROAD. THE ANNUAL TEA — AND — COMPETITION CONCERT lliuraflau Evening, Dec. 14th, 1935. Competition for Party, Duet, Solos and Recitations. EXCELLENT PRIZES OFFERED. Particulars to be obtained from the Secretary, D. T. EVAXS, Amity Road, West Ham, E. St. PADARN'S WELSH CHURCH Hornsey Road, N. (NORTH LONDON WELSH CHURCH MISSION.) A GRAND Evening Concert, In aid of the above Mission, willlJe held on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1905, AT THE QUEEN'S (Small) HALL, Langham Place, W. (Messrs. CIIAPPELL & CO., Sole Lessees.) Chairman: MAJOR G. HARLEY THOMAS, F.S.A. ARTISTES Soprano-MLLE. GHITA CORRI (Prima Donna Italian Opera Company). Contralto—MADAME HANNAH JONES. Tenor-MR. DYFED LEWYS. Bass-MR. BARRY LINDON. Harpist-MR. MONTAGU C. BUTLER (Triple Silver Medallist and late Erard Harp Scholar, R.A.M. Humorist and Raconteur- MR. ARTHUR RANDAL. Accompanist-MR. T. VINCENT DAVIES. Doors open 7.30. Commence at 8. Carriages 10.30. Stalls, 10/6. Reserved Seats, 5/ Unreserved Seats, 2/6. Admission, 1/ Tickets may be obtained from the Hon. Sec., MR. GYRN DAVIDS, 127, Golden Lane, E.C. RhV. W. DAVIES, 19, Birnam Road, N. or from any Member of the Mission. HARRISON & SONS, Welsh Printers, 45, 46 & 47, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, == LONDON, W.C == SPINK & SON, LTD. SPECIAL NOTICE. Unique Birthday, Christmas, and New Year's PRESENTS. s I s & H U R U s Ancient Egyptian Amulets, Gods, and other Objects GUARANTEED OVER 2,500 YEARS OLD. These emblems of luck, prosperity, happiness, &c., are enclosed in velvet-lined crushed leather cases of book form, artistically designed, and lettered at the back History of Egypt. On the front cover, From the Land of the Pharaohs. Each case contains a single amulet. god or sjarab, either unmounted or gold mounted as ring • r pendant, and the prices range from 15 SHILLINGS to 10 GUINEAS, according to the beauty or rarity of the object, I. ine and varied collection of objects of art. Ollr Museum and Art Gal'ery is on first floor. IVe shall be pleased fo show Collectors of Curios over our ¡]luseuJiI, without pressing them in any ivay to purchase. .1:,1. 1772 1 6, 17 & 18, PiCCADSLLY, W. ELECTRIC LIGHTING. Country Houses, Shops, Factories, &c. Over 20 years experience with Oil, Gas, and Steam Engine?, Water Turbines, Motois, &c. All Work Guaranteed. Practical Representative sent to advise, and Estimates j'ree. J. S. CUNNINGTON & CO., 93, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. The Editor invites correspondence. All letters must be signed with the full name of the writer, and the address must also be given, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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