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THE ROY ALL VISIT 13 WALES.

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MACHYNLLETH. CHURCH PETITION.—The church petition praying the Lord Bishop of-Bangor to hold an enquiry into the present unsatisfactory relations existing between Canon Trevor and his parishioners has been forward- ed to its destination. The petition was extensively signed. THE ROYAL VISIT. OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. 1.0 p.m.—A public meetinsr of the inhabirants of the town and its vicinity at the Town Hall for the adoption of the address. 5.30.—The Reception Committee will meet in front of the Town Hall and proceed to the railway station, preceded by the Corris Brass Band (con- ductor, Mr John Hughes). 6.3b.-Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Princess Victoria of Wales, and be Princess Maud of Wales will arrive bv special train. The Royal party will be received at the platform by the Marquis of Londonderry, Lord Henry Vane-Tempest, Lord Herbert Vane- Tempest and others. The Reception Committee will then be presented to their Royal Highnesses by Lord Henry Vane-Tempest, the chairman of the Executive Committee. Miss Gwladys Euriqneta Trevor will present the Princess of Wales with a bouquet of flowers, Miss Mary Anuesta Anwyl will present one to Princess Victoria, and Miss Elizabeth Nbsta Jones Evans and Miss Mabel Lloyd .len will present bouquets to Princess Maud. The Corris Band will play the National Anthem. The pro- cession will be formed and proceed from the station along Doll Street, and Peutre'rallt street as far as the Grethin, escorted by a travelling escort of the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry in the follow- ing oi,d,r:Ilonntd Police, Reception Comm.ttee, Escort. First carriage—Prince of Wales, Princess of Wales, Princess Victoria, the Most Hon. Mar- quis of Londonderry. Second carriage-Pnucess Maud of Wales, Lady in Waiting, Sir Francis Knolly-. the Equery in Waiting. Third carriage— Lord Henry Vane-Tempest, Lord Herbert Vane- Tempest. Escort. A choir of school children (conducted by Mr John Lumley) will take their stand near the Hospital, and on the arrival of the Royal procession will sing, Let the hills resound." The Royal processioi^ will proceed along Pen- trerallt-street to the Castlereagh Clock Tower, where a loyal address will be read by Mr David Evans, the bon. secretary, and there presented bv the Chairman to His Royal Highness, who wifl read his reply. After a presentation of a bouquet to the Princess of Wales by Miss Evans, Pendref, dressed in Welsh costume, the solo in the Welsh National Anthem will be played by Mr John Hughes, conductor of Powis Band, on the c met. The Royal procession will then proceed to Plas Machynlleth along Maengwyn street. In the evening the Machynlleth United Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. John Lewis, will sing in the the Plas grounds, and the Corris Band will play on the streets of the town, which will be illuminated. On the second day the male voice choir under Mi- ll. R. Humphreys, will sing in the Plas grounds in the evening, and the Corris Band will play in the streets on Saturday morning, the Royal Party will leave Plas Machynlleth as 9.50, and depart for Cardiff by special train at 10 a.m.

LLANSANTFFRAID.

CRIGGION.

!WELSHPOOL.

MEIFOD,

IFORDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.…

FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CHIRBURY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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