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Empire Theatre 1 Mountain Ash. | Sole Proprietor SYDNEY VEREKER 6.30 Twice Nightly. 8,30 j Monday, April 23, and during the Week. i RETURN VISIT ? of the Famous London Character Actor, i Leonard Mortimer In an entirely New Play written by himself THE CITY OF SIGHS £ TEARS" v PRICES OF ADMISSION 3d. 4d. ftd. Id. Government Tax ld. Id. Id. 2d. AMOUNT TO PAY Cd. Id. 7d. lid. prepaid Small Avertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates:— One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. 12 words 0 9 1 9 3 0 20 1 0 2 6 4 0 28 1 3 3 3 5 0 36 1 6 4 0 6 0 44 1 9 4 9 7 0 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advirtisements :-Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted), To Let, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Sales and Wants. Trade Advertisements will be charged an additional 50 per cent. Properties for Sale or Wanted at double above rate. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, 19 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. All replies to be called for at the Office. Advertisers who desire to have replies sent to them should forward stamps. FOR 8ALE. DAY Old Chicks, from best pedigree layers, R.I. Reds, White Wyan- dottes, and Barred Rocks, Is. each.— Jones, 3 Broncynon Terrace, Aberdare. GOOD Feather Bed, almost nE"Y, \JT Apply, Y., Leader Office. A SECOND-HAND Broadwood Piano. Cheap.—Apply, Victor Freed, Mountain Ash, SECOND-HxVND Singer's Sewing Machine.—Apply, Victor Freed, Mountain Ash. CI EVEN Feet handsomely carved o_ak sideboard. Original cost £ 50. Will sell for £ 18 18s. Great opportuni- ty for hotel proprietors. ictor rieed, Mountain Ash, WALNUT Overmantel, bevelled mirrors, and Mahogany Bedroom duchess pair.—H.M., Leader Office. C1AMPINES Eggs and Broody Hens. J —Chidgey, Derihir Farm, Llwvd- coad, Aberdare. BRED to Lay from the finest blood in the Kingdom. White Leg- horns, White Wrvandottes, Buff Or- pingtons, Anconas, Rhode 1. Reds. Eggs for Sitting from 5s. to 7s. 6d. dozen; unfertiles replaced, or 15 not replaced. Chicks double. Broody liens. -Davies, Fruiterer. Jubilee Hoad. Aberaman. GOOD Pianoforte. — Apply. Fine, VVhitcombe Street, Aberdare. EGGS for Sitting. — R.I.R., Leg- horns and Wyandottes. Eggs, 4s. 6d. per dozen. Chickens, double. No better layers than the parents of these.—Stephens, 10 George Street, Aberaman. TO LET. ROOMS. Bath, h.c. Suitable two lady friends.—29 Stuart Street. 11 ROOMED House in pleasant t i position in Aberdare. Immed- iate possession.—Appiv, A. "Leader" Office. SMALL Lock-up Shop, High Street, Hirwain.—Apply. T. Prosser. Painter, etc.. 70A High St.. Hirwain. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. TWO Hou ses, Nos. 25 Gorsedd St. and 15 Beadon Street, Mountain Ash.—Apply, J. Davies, 4 Dillmgton Terrace, Penrhiwceiber. <:> WANTED. H-kIRDRESSliNG .-Wanted a re- -t.-I- spectable boy as apprentice. Apply, Lewis, 1 Canon St., Aberdare. GIRL (14) for Bookbinding.—Tvson X 19 Seymour Street. pOOK-GfcNERAL. Two in family. V- Apply, Mrs. Llewellin Smith at Glanyiivs, Aberdare. TTOUSE in Aberdare. Rent, 25s. to S.O.. Sde? oiiT for key.-Apply, H.O.. Leader Office. MAN and Wife without children wanted to keep house for widow er.—Apply, 46, "Leader" Office. RANTED temporarily by the Aber- dare Urban District Council Two Expert Shorthand Typists (Male or female). Commencing salary, 30s. per iN-eek.AI)plN-, giving two refer- ences to 1 own Hall, Aberdare, on or before Wednesday, April 25th, 1917 — W H. Morgan, Clerk, Town Hall. Aberdare. BODICE Hand, used to Coats Apply, Mrs. Rowland, 26 Tanv- bryn Street, Aberdare. GOOD General Servant. — Apph Kees, Castle Hotel, Aberdare/ TMMEDIATELY, a good general TMMEDIATELY, a good general j sen ant, able to do housework OfficeSS1S* m bai"AppIy' M °-' Leader SITUATIONS WANTED. YOtNG Lady of smart appearance requires situation in shop or office.-Apply, E.H., Leader Office. "yrOUNG Ladv seeks position in busi- eo r n?ss „'f^ree years' experience—- 52, Leader Office. MISCELLANEOUS. IVTO DEAD CHICKS.—-To make your -LI poultry pay, you must rear every chick, and the only sure way to do this is to feed them for the first three weeks exclusively on Armitage's No. I Origin- al Dry Chick Food, and follow on with Armitage's No. 2 Crow-On Chicken Mixture, and Armitage's No. 3 Small Chicken Corn. Manufactured by Ar- mitage Brothers, Ltd., Poultry Food Specialists, Nottingham.—Sold by D. J. Price, Hoyal Stores, Penrhiwceiber; W. L. Herbert, Herbert Stores, Cwm- aman, Aberdare; John Davies, Duke Street, Aberdare; T. L. Castree, Corn Merchant, Mountain Ash; Jones Bros., Margaret Street, Abercynon; R. H. Pugh, Margaret Street, Abercynon. t1 Af ARRH Deafness, Influenza, ) Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Hay Fever and Colds, all suffering from these ailments should not delay in pos- sessing a PYN INHALER. Particulars of this quick and effective remedy can be had gratis. Write now for free booklet, Pyninhaler, 119 Haydons Park Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W. 19. HIROPODY.-Corns, Bunions, In- growing Toe-Nails are dealt with ■m scientific methods by a certificated ohiropodist. Residences visited any- where in district. Moderate fees. Lewis, 1 Canon Street (Opposite Post Office), Aberdare. TFINE & CO., 18b Whitoombe a Street, Aberdare, are buying "ífJd selling Second-hand Furniture. ] SECOND-HAND CLOTHING j BOUCHT and SOLD ] AT ]\/f SILVERMAN'S ARMY ] O STORES, 15 CARDIFF ROAD, ABERDAR K. ] (Opposite Full Moon Hotel.) I Army Boots a Speciality. j NOTICE. 1 ANNIE MAR.Y JONES, of 1 • Burns Street, Cwmaman, wish to emphatically deny once more that 1 defrauded the Cwmbach Co-operative Society ia any way, and anyone who states that I did so will he prosecuted for slander. (Signed) ANNIE MARY JONES. NOTICE. Re Felix Lewis, late of 56 Dean Street, Aberdare, Retired Postman, deceased. ALL Persons having any claims as Creditors or as next of kin of the above named deceased, who died on the 10th April, 1917, are requested to forward particulars to me, the under- signed, on or before the 27th April inst. —T. W. GRIFFITHS, 22 Victoria Sq., Aberdare, Solicitor for the Widow (the intended Administratrix). ABERDARE FREE CHURCH COUNCIL (English Section). "THE LORD'S DAY." IN view of the question of Sunday Labour a Declaration concern- ing the values and purpose of the Lord's Day will be made in all the English Churches next Sunday, April 22nd, in the evening service.

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