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ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH.

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ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH. COMPLETE PROGRAMME OF ARRANGEMENTS. GENERAL TIME TABLE. 11 20 a.m.—Carriages to leave Plas Machynlleth 11 35 a.m.—Special train to leave Machynlleth Station 12 10 p.m.-Special train to arrive at Aberystwyth 12 20—Carriages to leave Aberystwyth Station 12 30—Carriages to arrive at the Town Hall 12 39—Chancellor to enter the congregation 1 15—Chancellor to leave the congregation 1 17-Carriages to leave the Town Hall 1 25-Carriages to arrive at the College 1 45—Luncheon to commence 3 15—Carriages to leave the College 3 25—Carriages to arrive at the Women's Hall of Residence. 3 40—Carriages to leave the Women's Hall 3 50-Carriages to arrive at Aberystwyth Station 3 55-Special Train to leave Aberystwyth 4 25-Special train to arrive at Machynlleth 4 30—Carriages to leave Machynlleth Station 4 45-Carriages to arrive at Plas Machynlleth. AT THE ST KTION. Arrival, 12.10 p.m. The carriages will be drawn up in Station road and the Station yard as detailed, No. 13 being immediately opposite the exit. The Central Waies Reception Choir, conductor Mr David Jenkins, Mus. Bac., will sing a selection of Welsh airs as the carrriages start. A troop of the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry, under the command of Captain R. Williams- Wynn will form the Royal escort. Carriages 1 to 4.—The Town Council of Abery- stwyth. 5.—The Chairman of the Cardiganshire County Council (Alderman C. M. Williams), the Clerk of the Cardiganshire County Council (Mr H. C. Fryer). 6.—The Earl of Lisburne, Mr Vaughan Davies, M.P., Mrs Vaughan Davies, the Chairman of the Cardiganshire Quarter Sessions (Mr Willis Bond). 7.— The Lord-lieutenant of Cardiganshire (Col. Davies-Evans) and Mrs Davies-Evans, the High Sheriff of Cardiganshire (Mr William Jones), the Countess of Lisburne. 8.—The President of the University College of Wales (Lord Rendel) and Lady Rendel, the Principal of the College (Professor Roberts, M.A.), the Registrar of the College (Rev T. Mortimer Green). 9.—The Registrar of the University (Mr Ivor James), the Secretary of the University Senate (Professor Angus, M.A.), the Clerk of the Guild of Graduates (Mr D E. Jones, B.Sc.), the Hon. Secretary of the Theological Board (Rev J. Douglas Watters, M.A.). 10.—The Treasurer of the University (Alderman Groves), the Standing Council of the University (Mr D. Brynmor Jones, Q.C., M.P., and Mr Cadawaladr Davies), the University Solicitor (Mr C. Maynard Owen, LL.M.) 11.—The Senior Deputy- Chancellor of the Uni- versity (Dr Isambard Owen), the Vice-Chancellor of the University (Principal Viriamu Jones, F.R.S), the Junior Deputy Chancellor (Mr A. C.Humphreys- Owen, M.P.), the Wardens of the Guild of Graduates (Mr O. M. Edwards, M.A.) 12.—The Mayor or Aberystwyth (Councillor Thomas Griffiths) and the Mayoress (Miss Griffiths), the Town Clerk (Mr Arthur J. Hughes). Escort. 13.—THE ROYAL CARRIAGE. Escort. 14.-Th" suite. 15 to 38.-Lord Londonderry and guests. 19.-The Chairman of the Cambrain Railways (Mr. J. F. Buckley), Mr. J. W. Maclure, M.P., and the General Manager (Mr. C. S. Denniss). Superintendent Williams will be in command at the station, to give all necessary instructions (see below) to the coachmen. A guard of honour of the Pembrokeshire Volunteers. (lst Volunteer Battalion Welsh Regi- ment), under the command of Captain Davies, will draw up in the road. The following will receive their Royal Highnesses on the platform, The Mayor taking the lead:—The Mayor and Mayoress (Councillor Thomas Griffiths and Miss Griffiths), the Town Clerk (Mr. Arthur J. Hughes), the lord-lieutenant (Colonel Davies-Evans) and Mrs Davies-Evans, the High Sheriff (Mr. William Jones), the Earl and Countess of Lisburne, the county member (Mr Vaughan Davies) and Mrs Vaughan-Davias, the Chairman of quarter sessions (Mr. Willis Bund), the Chairman of the county council (Al.. Alderman C. M. Williams), the President of the University College of Wales (Lord Rendel), and Lady Rendel, the Principal of the University College of Wales (Professor Roberts. M.A.,) the Registrar of the University College of* Wales (Rev T. Mortimer Green), the Senior Deputy Chancellor of the University (Dr Isambard Owen), the Vice-Chancellor of the University (Principal Viriamu Jones, F.R,S ), the junior Deputy-Chancel- lor of the University (Mr. A. C. Humphreys-Owen, M.P.), and the Registrar of the University (Mr. Ivor James. The Mayoress will present a bouquet to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales and bouquets to their Royal Highnesses the Princesses Victoria and Maud. FROM THE STATION TO THE TOWN HALL. When the procession starts the first division of the escort will precede. The second and third divisions will immediately precede and follow the Royal carriage. Captain R. Williams-Wynn, com- manding the escort, will ride on the right side of the Royal carriage, his second in command on the left. The fourth division of the escort will follow the procession. The pro"<*s.<»io~ 1 — beforo Carrage 5. Carriages 5 to 8 will also drive on in advance of Carriage 9, so as to arrive one minute earlier. Carriages 9 to 12 will also drive on a little in advance of the Royal carriage, so as to arrive half a minute earlier. AT THE TOWN HALL. Arrival 12.20 p.m. The Superintendent from Carmarthenshire will be in command at the West entrance. A guard of honour of the Brecknockshire Volunteer Battalion South Waies Borderers, under the command of Major Cheese, will be drawn up in the street oppo- site the entrance. Carriages 1 to 4 (Town Council) will draw up simultaneously in Queen's road. The Deputy- Mayor's carriage (No. 4), being at the entrance, will at once pass on into Bath street. The Deputy Mayor and the other members of the Town Council will cake their places in the temporary porch to receive the guests. Carriages 5, 6, and 7 (County antnoriries) and 8 (College officials) will draw up simultaneously in Queen's road, set down, and at once pass on into Bath street. The county authorities and Lady Rendel will enter the Town Hall, and at once pass on into the marquee by the Court Room, attended by the Registrar of the College. The President and Principal of the College will enter the Town Hall, and remain in the Court Room. Carriages 9, 10, and 11 (University Officials) and 12 (the Mayor, Mayoress, and Town Clerk) will draw up simultaneously in Queen's road, No. 12, being at the entrance, will set down, and at once pass on into Bath street. The Mayor, Mayoress, and Town Clerk will alight and enter the tempo- rary porch in time to receive the Royal party. The Royal carriage will next draw up, set down, and pass on. The remaining carriages will draw up and set down in order. The Royal party will enter the Town Hall attend- ed by the Mayor and Mayoress, and followed by the suite, and enter their private rooms. The Mayor and Mayoress will return to the Court Room. The University officials will follow the suite into the Town Hall, aud pass into the Court Room, where they will be joined by the honorary graduates. The Presidents of the North and South Wales Col- leges and the Principal of the North Wales College will form into procession (see proceedings in con- gregation) and await the Royal party. Lord Londonderry and his party will enter the Town Hall after the University officers, and pass through the Court room into the marquee. The Deputy Mayor, Town Clerk, and Town Council will then form into procession, enter the Town Hall, aud pass through the Court Room into the marquee, the Mayor and Mayoress following. Professor Genese and Brough will act as stewards in the Town Hall, wearing green and white rosettes. Sergeant-Major Makeling (porter of the College) will act as marshal. Professors Snape and Marshall will be in com- mand in the marquee with a staff of students to act as stewards, all wearing white and green rosettes. Two of Messrs. Piggott's men, at the direction of the marshal, will unroll the central strip of carpet immediately after tho Mayor and Town Council have entered the marquee. The procession will enter the marquee at 12.30 p.m. PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONGREGATION. Members of the University not taking part in the procession will be seated by twelve noon. The Treorkv Royal Male Voice Choir (con- ductor, Mr. William Thomas.) will sing in the mar- quee from twelve noon till the entrance of the pro- cession. The procession will enter from the Town Hall at 12.30 p.m., in the following order, the marshall pre- ceding H.R.H. the Chancellor and H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. T.R.H. the Princess Victoria and Maud of Wales. The suite. Recipients of honorary degrees. The Senior Deputy-chancellor (Dr Isambard Owen. The Vice-chancellor (Principal Viriamu Jones, F.R.S.). The Junior Deputy-chancellor (Mr. A. C. Hum- phreys-Owen, M.P.). The Warden of the Guild (Mr. O. M. Edwards. M.A.). The Presidents of the Constituent Colleges—Mr. William Rathbone (Bangor), Lord Rendel (Aber- ystwyth), and Lord Tredear (Carddf). The Treasurer (Alderman Grove). Senior Standing Counsel (Mr. D. Brynmor Jones, Q.C MP.). The President of the Tt.eological board (Rev. Principal T. C. Edwards). The Junior Standing Counsel (Mr. Cadwalader Davies). The University Solicitor (Mr. C. Maynard Owen, LL.M.). The Principals of the Constituent Colleges, other than the Vice-chancellor—Principal Reichel, M.A. (Bangor), Principal Roberts, M.A. (Aberystwyth). The Registrar of the University (Mr. Ivor James). The Secretary of the University senate (Pro- fessor Angus, M.A). The Clerk of the Guild (Mr. D. E. Jones B.Sc.). The ho". Secretary of the Theological Board (Rev. J. Douglas Watters, M.A., B.D.). The 0 Choir will sing Ar d'wysog Gwlad y Bryniau during the entry of the procession. 12.33 p.m.—The Chancellor having taken his seat, the Choir will sing The Druids' Chorus" (Dr. Joseph Parry). H.M.S. will fire a salute of guns. 12.38 p.m.—The Registrar (Mr. Ivor James) will read the deed of appointment, and will hand it to the Senior Deputy-Chancellor, who will present, to the Chancellor. 12.41 p.m.—The Senior Deputy-Chancellor (Dr. Isambard Owen) will read an address from the University Court, and present the instrument of office, the key of the University seal, and a copy of the charter and statutes. 12.45 p.m.—During the reading of tho address, members of the court will stand in their places! The members of the court having resumed their seats, the Vice-Chancellor (Principal Viriamu Jones, F.R.S.) will read an address on the part of the senate, and will present a patent conferring the degree of doctor in Legibus Honoris Causa. While the Vice-Chancellor is speaking, members of the senate will stand in their places. 12-47 p.m.-The Warden (Mr. Owen M. Edwards, M.A.) will read an address on behalf of the Guild of Graduates. While the Warden is speaking mem- bers of the Guild will stand in their places. 12.49 p.m.-The Chancellor will reply to the addresses. During the Chancellor's reply all will be seated. 12.55 p.m.—The Mayor, Town Clerk and Town Council of Aberystwith will enter the congregation from the north side, and advance towards the dais, 12.57 p.m.-The Town Clerk (Mr A. J. Hughes) will read an address from the boiough of Aber- ystwith. The Chancellor will acknowledge the address. The Mayor, Town Clerk, and Town Council will leave the congregation lw the north exit. « The Chairman of quarter sessions (Mr Willis Bund), the senior magistrate, and the Chairman of the county council, Rev Rice Lloyd, M.A., and Mr Alderman C. M. Williams, will enter the con- gregation from the south side, and advance to the dais as the Mayor and Town Council leave. The senior magistrate will read an address from the magistrates of the county. The Chancellor will acknowledge the address. The Chairman of the county council will read an address from the county council. The Chancellor will acknowledge the address. The Chairman of quarter sessions, senior magistrate, and Chairman of the county council will leave the congregation by the south exit next the dais. The Provincial Grand Master of the Freemasons of the Western Division of South Wales (Lord Kensington), attended, will enter the congregation from the north side, advance to the dais, and present an address. The Chancellor will hand a written reply. The Provincial Grand Master and his attendants will leave the congregation by the north exit next the dais. 1.0 p.m.-Vice-Chancellor will present recipients of honorary degrees in the following order 1.1 p.m.-H.R.H. the Princess of Wales to receive the degree of Doctor in Music. Other recipients not yet published. The Chancellor will admit each to the degree. 1.10 p.m.—Mrs. Mary Davies and the choir will sing (a) the Welsh National Anthem Hen wlad fy Nhadau," and (b) the National Anthem, all up- standing. 1.15 p.r.i.—The procession will reform, and re- enter the Town Hall in the same order as on enter- ing the congregation, the Marshal preceding. Professors Snape and Marshal will act as stewards in the Town Hall, assisted by a staff of students. Mrs Angus will conduct the wives of the Univer. sity and Municipal officers, proceeding in carriages, four and eight to eleven, from the Town Hall to the College. 1-15 p.m.—On leaving the congregation the pro- cession will pass through the Court room to the east entranca. Vice-Chancellors of Universities and other special -i""4- f marquee by the Town Hall, and will meet their carriages at the east entrance. Superintendent Williams will be in command the east entrance. Escort. Carriages.-(I) for the Principal of the Univer_ sity College of Wales and Mrs Roberts, Professor Angus, and the Registrar of the Co'lege (2) 0 the Treasurers of the University College of Wales- —Mr A. C. Humphreys-Owen, M.P.,and Mr Kdv;ir Davies, Mrs Humphreys-Owen and Mrs Edw»r Davies; (3) for the President of the University College of Wales and Lady Rendel and the VI Presidents—Alderman J. F. Roberts and Sir Lew'3 Morris; (4) for the Mayor and Mayoress and Town Clerk—will be drawn up in Queen's road, In advance of the Royal carriage. '11 5.—THE ROYAL CARRIAGE will be ready drawn up at the en tra;.lCc. Escort.. d 6.—For the suite will be ready drawn up bchino the Royal carriage. The above five carriages WW start when filled. 7 (and 7a, if needed).—For the honorary gr^' duates and their wive*, will follow a* soon as tilled; (8) for the Senior Deputy-Chancellor, the Vioe- Chancellor, and the Warden; (9) for Presideat-S of the North and South Wales Colleges, the Treasurer and Senior Standing Counsel of the University; (10) for the President of tho Theo- logical Board, the Junior Standing C- uncil, the University Solicitor, and the Principal of the North Wales College (11) for the Registrar of University, tee Clerk of the Guild, the hon. Secretary of the Theological Board, and the University Auditor, will draw up simultaneously and start as soon as filled. 12 to 15.—For Lord Londonderry and his party will draw up in succession aDd siart when filled. 16.—For tho Right Hon. A. J. Muudella, M.P., the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford (Rev J. A. M'Grath, D.D.), the Provost of College, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Durham (the Very Rev the Dean of Durham, D-t>-)' and the Vice-Chancellor of the Victoria University (Principal A. W. Ward, M.D., the College Manchester). 16 (a).—If necessary, for other academic sentatives. 17 to 19 for the wives of University and MllIld cipal officers proceeding in the. above carriage, all for Mrs Angils. 20 to 22 for the Town Council, who will draw up simultaneously, aud start as soon as filled. Escort. All the above will drive to the College by way' 0 Queen's-road, North-parade, Great Darkgate-street Pier-street, New-street, and Laura-place. Carriages 1, 2, and 3 will drive on so as to pre- cede No. 4 by two minutes' interval, official CïJter- tainers and their guests going to the College. The Chairman of the Cambrian Railway (Mr Maclnrf* M.P.) and the General Manager will meet their carriages at the North entrance of the Town Ha* in accordance with a list to be furnished tbein, will proceed via Queen's'-road, North Parade, Bath* street, Terrace-road, Marine-terrace, Pier-street> and King-street. Ar THE COLLEGE. The superintendent from Glamorgan will be l command outside the College. A guard of honoir of the Pembrokeshire Volunteers will be drawa n9 opposi.e the door. Carriages will arrive by way of Carriages 1, 2, and 3 will set down sirrinltaueouSv (1.23 p.m.), the President's carriage being unde^ the porch. Carriage No. 4 (the Royal carriage| and No. 6 will set down simultaneously, the Roya carriage being opposite the porch. d The Royal party will enter the College, folhne first by the suite and then by the Mayor, MayoresS, and Town Clerk. The other carriages will set down in order. Under the prch the President and lay -reade the Vice-Presidents (Alderman Roberts and S- Lt wis Morris), the Treasurers (Mr A. C. Humphrey^* Owen, and Mr Edward Davies), and Principal (Professor Roberts, M.A.), will recal1 the Royal party. PROCEEDINGS IN THE COLLEGE. The President and Lady Rendel, supported W the Vice-Presidents (Mr Alderman Roberts and » Lewis Morris), the Treasurers (Mr A. C. H11131, phreys-O.wen, M.P., and Mr Edward Davies), the Principal (Professor Roberts), with Humphreys-Owen, Mrs Edward Daries, and ce- Roberts, will receive the Royal party in the entraO h&Ha A ohoir of stndfcntB will be placet? Ih tBe o*/r adjoining the entrance.! The President and Lady Rendel will attend Royal party. Professor Angns and the Registrar (Re^ Mortimer Green) will aot as stewards in the Colle*» wearing green and white rosettes. The women students' common rooms will be apart as retiring rooms for ladies; the rooms of { Professors of French and German as retiring for gentlemen.. Guests entering the College will proceed by central hall and west door to the luncheon hall be seated by 1.40 p.m.. Professors Lewis, Borsdorf, and Blwards will as stewards in the luncheon hall, wearing green white rosettes. The musical arrangements in th-j College luncheon hall will be under the direction of Mr P0' Jenkins, Mus. Bac. d 1.40. p.m.—The Royal party and suite, att by the President and Lady Rendel, will leave t central hall for the luncheon hall. 145 p.m.—Luncheon will commence. f Ie During the luncheon the Treorky Royal :r,{&i11 Voice Choir (conductor, Mr William rhomas), Vf sing a selection of music. The following toasts will be drunk 2 15 p.m.—" Her Majesty the Queen," to be P posed by the President (Lord Rendel). The National Anthem will be sung by the 2 20 p.m.—H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, Chancel of the University, and the Princess of Wales," to proposed by øJl A verse of Ar D'wysog Gwlad y Bryniau," be sung by the choir. H.R.H. the Chancellor will respond. d i 2 30 p.m—" The University of Wales an lIot. Colleges," to be proposed by H.R.H., the Chance' T A verse of "Rhyfelgyrch Cadben Morgan," be sung by the choir.. j 2 45 p m, — The Vice-Chancellor (PrindP Viriamu Jones, F.R.S., Cardiff), will respond the Univers-ity.j Principal Reichel (Bangor), and Princloø- Roberts (Aberystwyth), will respond for the C stituent colleges. 2 53 p.m.—The Royal Party will return central hall, attended as before. The guests inyl to the college will follow. 2.55.—Coffee will be served in the Central 1* aud private rooms. nhnif 2.55.—A party of the Treorkey Male Voi(K'_ t^e (conductor, Mr. W. Thomas) will sing glees in Central Hall. 3.10. p.m. — H.R.H. the Chancellor will pre leØ the medal of the Society of St. John of Jerasa for personal bravery to Mr. Ellis Roberts. 3.15 p.m.- -Carriages will leave the College- From the College to the Women's lIa carriages will start in the following order tb- 1, 2, 3. The College Officers, as before but the Lady Principal (Miss Carpenter) in place ot Vice Principal in Carriage 1. 4, 5, 6, 7.-The Town Council. eJl» These carriages will be drawn up at the entrance of the College. ToØl 8. —The Mayor and Mayoress and the Clerk. Escort. der 9.—The Royal carriage, to be drawn up Il the porch. Escort. 10.—The Suite. 11.—The honorary graduates. 12.—The Senior Deputy-Chancellor, the 0f Chancellor, and Mrs. Viriamu Jones, the war the Guild of Graduates. 13.—The President of the North Wal09 v-0rth and Mrs. Rathbone the Principal of the Wales College and Mrs. Reichel. [11 to 13 to lie drawn up and filled simultan at the porch.] t 14 to 17.-Lord Londonderry and his par J' 18.—The Lord-Lieutenant of Cardigans 1 }lte. Mrs. Davies Evans, the High Sheriff, 0.11 Wm. Jones.. l. „0 19.—The Earl and Countess of Lisbur Vaughan Davies, M.P., and Mrs. Vaughan 20.—The Chairman of the Cardiganshire Sessions, the Chairman of the County Cou COUllCJ Mrs Williams, and the Clerk of the County_ ø.Il, 21.—Lord and Lady Kensington and Lady Aberdare. /"Mr-, 22.—The Lord Lieutenant of Merionet .^ir? R. M. Wynne), the Lord Lieutenant of B1 p0we (Sir Joseph Bailey, Bart.), and Mr. and Mr • of Nanteos. rr-iia.Joh°e' 23.—Lieutenant-general Sir James joh°e G.C.B., V.C., and Lady Hills-Johnes, Mrs and Miss E. P. Hughes. s jfrS 24.—Lady Verney, Mrs Glynne-Jone > Williams, and Mrs Llewellyn Edwards. Escort. T" '?