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FREETH" POCOCK, LTD., STJPPLT p URXL WBErlr CQOLSD 1CIE.K, + DIRECT FROM THE FARMS. •# GUARANTEED FREE FROM PRESERVATIVES. ( Head Depot :-ALBERT EMBANKMENT, S.E. West Central Depot :-REGENTS BUILDINGS. Telephone Nos. :-Head Depot: Hop 1249. West Central: Holborn 1676. WAKEFIELD ST., KING'S CROSS. ———H—fII■ ll"WHill —1WI1IIlllllll»■» IIIIIIIIIIIM——■—IliiU'tlHWIiH^^— WELSH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, EALING GREEN, W. A Grand Welsh Concert (In aid of the Chapel Building Fund) WILL BE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, EALING, W., On Wednesday Evening, Ray 20th, 1908. r. ehairman W. PRleE, Esq. Soprano Madame Laura Evans, R.A.M. Contralto Miss Gwladys Roberts, R.A.M. Tenor Mr. Gwynne Davies Baritone Mr. David Evans, R.A.M. Violinist Mr. Tom Morgan (Bronze and Silver Medallist, R.A.M.) Elocutionist Miss Jennie Davies Accompanist-Mr. David Richards, A.R.C.O. Doors open 7.30. Concert to commence at 8 o'clock promptly. Admission by Tickets, 3/ 2/- and 1/- each, to be obtained of Members of the Church, or the Hon. Sees Mr. EVAN HUGHES, 3, 11-gina Terrace, West Ealing. Mr. J. FERRY LEWIS, 17, Drayton Green, West Ealing. 3 minutes from Ealing Broadway Stations (G.W.R. and District); also Electric Trams from Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith, Acton, Hanwell, Southall, and Uxbridge, pass the Hall Gi W A L I E A, I ..8J"f7 J7 .} UPPER WOBURN PLACE, LONDON, W.C. klol* m Centrally Situated. 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. *t> THE above Magnificent Hotel will be opened for the Reception of Visitors about the third wepk of this month. Moderate Tariff. Telegraphic Address Gwaliatel London." Telephone: 3648 Central. ALDRIDGE93 HORSE REPOSITORY. Should you require to purchase a HORSE for business on THE MILE* ROUND or for pleasure attend.. Messrs. ALDRIDGE'S Sales on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.30 a.m UPPER ST. MARTIN'S LANE. LONDON W.C. Horses of every class sold by Auction each Wednesday and Saturday. On view Mondays and Thursdays. Catalogues forwarded. MILE END ROAp WELSH CHAPEL. Grand Concert & Solo Competition will be held at the above place on THITUSDAY, A Y 14, 1908 Artistes- Madame Eleanor Jones-Hudson, R.A.M. Miss Dilys Jones, R.A.M. (From the Covent Garden Opera) Mr. Dan Price. Elocutionist Mr. D. Raymond Jones. Adjudicator — Mr. DAN PRICE. Accompanist — Miss Sallie Jenkins. CHAMPION SOLO COMPETITION For the best rendering of any Solo. Prize 22 2s. A Preliminary Contest will be held at 6 p.m. the Night of the Meeting. Names of Competitors to be sent to the Secretary- Miss Lizzie James, 77, Commercial Road, E., by May 12th. Concert to commence at 8 p.m. promptly. Tickets 2s. and Is.

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