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"DAN NAWDD DUW A'l DANGNEF." lqmop-ll% IL Aff a Grand EISTEDDFOD IN CONNECTION WITH ST. DAVID'S WELSH CHURCH (ST. MARY'S TERRACE, PADDINGTON GREEN, W.), TO BE HELD AT G^TTIEIEISFS ::E3:ALL (LANGHAM. leiD-A-OIE, "WV ON THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30th, 1908. Doors open at 6 p.m. Selections on the Organ from 6 to 6.30 by MR. T. VINCENT DAVIES (Organist St. David's Church). Competitions to commence at 6.30 p rC mpt -J" CHIEF CHORAL (Male Voices), numbering from 60 to SO-fa) "Lovely Maiden" (D. Pughe Evans) (b) li Nidaros (Dan Protheroe). (Test pieces at the Royal National Eisteddfod in Swansea, 1907.) First Prize X60 and Gold Medal to Conductor; Second Prize zelo SECOND CHORAL (Mixed Voices not numbering under 40)-" How lovely are the Messengers" (Mendelssohn) Prize X15 and Silver Mounted Baton to Conductor The following EIGHT CHOIRS will compete on the CHIEF CHORAL :—Cambrian United Male Voice Party, Garw Male Voice Party, London Welsh Male Choir, Meibion Dar Male Voice Party, Mid-Rhondda Male Voice Party, Morriston Male Voice Society, Ravenhill Male Voice Party, Swansea and District Male Voice Society, and numerous other entries in Choirs, Duets, and Solos. Chairman R. A. NAYLOR, Esq. Conduetop e". I. EÐWDS (GWynectd), ADJUDICATORS — S. COLERIDGE TAYLOR, Esq. WILFRID JONES, Esq. ACCOMPANIST = Miss NANEY VIEReB The Hon. Secretaries-Mr. TOM JENKINS, 23, Haverstock Road, N.W. and Mr. D. J. LLOYD, 10, Estelle Road, Gospel Oak, N.W. PRICES OF ADMISSION-Reserved Seats, £ l 1/- 10/6, 5/ 3/ 2/- Unreserved, 1/- r-oft The Musical Treat of the Season 1 1 c-jft A Treat for the Welsh and English Nation AT THE GRAND EISTEDDFOD AT BATTBE/SEA TOWN SEJLXjXJ, NEXT THURSDAY., JANUARY 23rd, 1908, at 6 p.m. rwwmwwwwwwmwwwwwwwwm FIRST WELSH EISTEDDFOD IN BATTERSEA ( Cong'rcgallonal Ghurtth )» COMPETITORS ARE NUMEROUS. Chairman- Conductor- ELIDWlJSt EVNS, E scj. I ReV. D. G. doNES., Adjudicators-ELFED, MACHRETH, Rev. JOHN HUMPHREYS, Professor W. J. JONES, Rev. E. T. OWEN, Mr. H. WATKIN, Mrs. WILLIAM DAVIES, Mrs. RICHARD WILLIAMS. Music: P. EDWARDS, Esq. (Pedr Alaw), Mus. Bac.; TOM PRICE, Esq., Merthyr. Accompanists-MERLIN MORGAN, Esq. Miss SALLIE JENKINS. u- -n'- Competitors' Last Day to Enter is January IBth. Admission-Tickets, 5/ 3/ 2/6, and 1/ may be had from Secretaries. Secretaries-Messrs. TOM JENKINS, 507, Battersea Park Road EVAN JENKINS, 113, Queen's Road, Battersea. Printed and Published by THE LONDON WELSH PUBLISHING CO., LTD., at 233, Gray's Inn Road,London, W.C. Wholesale City Agents:—M. SOTJIB-WFIL, Ivy LanePatemoBter Eow.E. and GKELLIER & SON, 221, Gray's Inn Koad. Agents for the ColoniesBOBT. A. THOMPSON & Co, LTD, Melbourne (Victoria). Bydney (N.S.W.), Adelaide, Brisbane fOnepnslandl Cane Town (S.A.), Johannesburg and Buluwayo; GOBDON & GOTCH, Cape Town, Durban (S.A.), Melbourne (Victoria) Brisbane, (Queensland), Sydne