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THEATFTE MM ROYAL, MEBTBLVR TTDFIt, THE SOUTH WALES ENTEKTAINMENTS COMPANY. MONDAY, APRIL 19th, FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY BOX PLAN NOW OPEN. ROBERT MACDONALD'S COMPANY In FARCICAL MUSICAL PLAY, in Two Acts and Three Scenes- JL JNL JB iJ' JBL 1 Y i THE DAIRYMAIDS By A. M. THOMPSON and ROBERT COURTNEIDGE. MUSIC by PAUL A. RUBENS and FRANK E. TOURS. LYRICS by PAUL A. RUBENS and ARTHUR. WIMPERIS. POWERFUL CHORUS AND AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. I FROM THE APOLLO AND QUEEN'S THEATRES, LONDON, CIRCLE- STALL. PIT- GALLERY- 2/« 1/6 1 /« 6<L DOWLAIS CHAMBER OF TRADE FIIN« EISTEDDFOD, In the Dowlais Schools Playground, WHIT MONDAY, 1909. Musical ArJinHirn.tnTQ—DAN PRICE, Esq,, Prof. R.C.M., London. Adjudicators pAyID THOMAS, Esq., M.A., Mus. Bac., Swansea. OVER eIO5 IN PRIZES. MALE VOICE CHOIR, £ 45. ^9SS?E^T?I0^ACH £ 25' JUVENILE, £ 10. VOCAL SOLOS, £ 2 2s. KAOU. ft.Mu.tUl Prize, to Imtr Solos, P»«lion Sin«i.* Mus,0.1 Compo»«.on, Amtol.oc, Timbering, and other Contests. rrogrammes, 2d.. Post Free, from the Gen. Sec. Mr. David Rees, Ormonde. House, Dowlais. GWENT CHAIR EISTEDDFOD HHYMNEY, MON. WHIT-TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1909. (a) "All Men, all Things" m Chief Choral • w "cwsg, ruwr, cwsg. Second Choral "Daybreak" f 2 0 I Male Voices "Voice of the Torrojits" £25 Ladies' Choirs «* Juvenile Choirs 6ilaste not, Rest not" tio Boys' Choirs Tiger, Tigor" £ 5 Pryddest "Anian" f5 a Chadair Gwent Prif Draethawd "Djlodol Uymru" £ 3 3 0 SOLOS, TWO GUINEAS EACH. Quartette, Duet, Cywydd, Can, Englyn, Translation, Recitations, Mining, Ambulance, Wand Drills, &c. JTull particulars in Programme, PricedERRAcE> RHYMNEY. -_u_- PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. THE WALK, MERTHYR. PKIACHKR NKXT SUNDAY— RBv. J. LLOYD WILLIAMS (PASTOR) Services at 11 a.m. ai)d Merthyr Spiritualist's Society, TREVETHICK HALL. The SERVICES next SUNDAY will ba helo as usual at above Ilall. SPKAKKR MRS MAYO (LIVERPOOL). ØVBJMCTS-ll a.m., "Am I my brother's keeper." 6 p.m., Prayer. SILVER COLLECTION. TABERNACLE, MERTHYR. Champion Solo Competition And ANNUAL MONSTBE TEA ON MONDAY, MAY 10th, 1909. Open Solo Competition for Male or Female. Competitor to choose own solo. First Prize, 10/6 Second Prize, 5/ The names of the competitors. must BEi sent to 9. DYRIN PEICB. 108, Brecon Road, Merthyr, on or before May 6tb, 1909. MEMORIAL HALL. SEYMOUR STREET, ABERDARE. A BAZAAR fin econnectioll with Tabernacle ConZregat-ional Church) will be held at the auove place ON THURSDAY, APRIL 22ad, 1909. The Bazaar will be opened at 3 p.m. by MRS. D. A. THOMAS, Llanwern. There will be special attraction. including Dramatic Emtertainments and Stalls for 1bin and Fancy Goods. Dairy Produce, Wood Carving, China, Home-made Sweets. Dry Goods, Ferns and Flowers, &c. rickets for Luncheon £ Bazaar, 2,1-, Tea & Bazaar, 1/ A GRAND RUGBY FOOTBALL MATCH BETWEEN Mr. POWELL'S TEAM, Cardiff, and hlr. WYNDHAM JONES' TEAM, Mountain Ash. WILL BE HELD THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, at the COFFEE TAVERN FIELD, MKRTHYR VALE. ADMISSION 6d, in aid of the Merthyr Vale Am- bulance Brigade. Kick off 6 o'clock p.m. Aberaman Horse Show MAY 24th, 1909. EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION At the Aberaman Park. PRESIDENT DR. FINNEY. :£200 in Cash Frizes. Classes for Driving, Riding, Jumping, Trotting, Galloping, and Yeomanry Turn-out. SCHEDULES READY. &HES. Secretary, Broad OAk. Abarareum- ABERDARE FAIR APRIL 16th and 17th, 1909. BATTLE, PLEASURE and FLANNEL. The Flannel Fair is acknowledged the largest nd best in South Wales. Amusement caterers— Messrs. Henry St-udt& Sons, Haggar, Wad brooks, Dooner z Son, and a large number of other attractions. Late and convenient trains to all parts. T. PRICE DAVIES, (Late W. Price and Da vies.) BONE-SETTER, GWERNYFED," THE WALK, (Near Park Chapel), MERTHYR, Where he can bo consulted and cages treated for ill DISLOCATIONS, MUSCULAR, INJURIES, DIS- J,Am;D CARTILAGES. &e., on MONDAYS, VjJDNESDA YS, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS; ilso at MARKET TAVERN. ABSBDAKE, every -TUES- DAY from 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and CARPENTERS InlS, PORTH, every THURSDAY from 11.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. ^KASON TO BREEDERS OF HIGH-CLASS ,:m COBS AND HARNESS liOKt>b-S. If you want the RIGHT SORT. use the DOUBLE CHAMPION BRED HACKNEY STALLIONS- MYRTLE DAN LENO n years old, 16 hands high. Volume fi. Sire AGIUTT, Z,7!I9 H fc.B. Dam Sire. TRUSTFUL, 2,741 H.S.B. or the 3 year old Colt, lo hands high— TRUSTFUL RECRUIT 10.849 H.S B., Volume 26 Sire, CHAMPION TRUSTFUL. 2,741 H,S.B. Dam. 14,775, TATTERS, H.S.B. By the CHAMPION CASSIUS, 2,397 H.S.B. For Stud Cards and Particulars apply to Owner- TOIVI JONES, GALON UCHAF STUD, MERTHYR. W. T. JONES, 50, High Street, Merthyr, Auctioneer & Accountant, HOUSE, INSURANCE AND GENERAL BUSINESS ACENT. Tp \I)ESMEN'S Dcots Bought or Collected, ltents Collected. Arrangements with Credi- tors. Preparation of Bankruptcy Statements 9f Af- fairs. ,.Craders' Books Posted and Audited. Apent, for Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. CHARLES M. DAVIES, BUILDING SURVEYOR AND VALUER, (Licensed 20 Years) MORGAN TOWN, MERTHYR. OFFICES :—112, HIGH STREET. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND QUANTITIES. APPRAISEMENT FOR PURCHASES. TRANSFERS AND DILAPIDATIONS. Surveyor to the Merthyr New and Improved Build- inL, Society, the Merthyr Working Men's Building Society, and the Star-Bowkett Building Society. ESTABLISHED 1899. PHILLIPS & JONES (Evan I. Pbilbps, Assoc. Aiietioneers' Institute) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ACCOUNTANTS & ESTATE AGENTS, HOTEL VALUERS & GAUGERS, SURVEYORS to the Largest Building Societies in the Kingdom. CATFS conducted of House Preperty, Shares. Land- ed Estates, Machinery, Agricultural and Trad# Stocks, and Household Furniture. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Head Office- CENTRAL CHAMBERS, HIGH STREET Ei AR (10 F. 0, J'çlP9ijÇ::f&i.j! MERTHYR COUNTY SCHOOL. THE SUMMER TERM WILL BEGIN ON TUESDAY, APRIL 27th. The Headmaster will be at the School to see Parents, and to attend to School business on MONDAY, APRIL 26th, Morning and Afternoon. BRIGHTON HOUSE SCHOOL, CLIFTON, BRISTOL. BOARDING-House for Boys. Healthy situation, close to Downs; 270 feet above sea level. :,arge and airy rooms. Modern Principles of Education. Individual attention. Fees moderate. Some Comforts. Recent Successes and Illustrated Prospectus from the Principal, C. M. PARKS, B.A. (BERDARE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE. PRINCIPAL J. MARSHALL, F.Ine.S.T., F S.C., &c. NOTICE. A BRANCH of the above School has now been opened at the CENTRAL COFFEE TAVERN, High-stret, Merthyr" The Classes commence at 7.15 every Wednesday Evening. All those desirous of nn expert coach for Schol- isfcic, Civil Service and Commercial Examinations, should call at the above address, or write to the SECRETARY, School of Commerce, Aberdare, who will be pleased to give particulars and advice to intending students. The South Wales High School for Girls. Summerfieltl Hall, MAESYCWMMEK, Cardiff. Principals, Mrs. T. NEWMAN-MARKS and Miss FOWLER. A THOROUGH HIGH-CLASS EDUCATION. Preparation for Cambridge Local. London Matric., and Royal Academy of Music Examinations. Physical Culture, Tennis and Hockey. Care of Health, Boys' Preparatory Class. NEXT TERM COMMENCES APRIL 30th, 1909., Boarders return April 29th. For Prospectus apply to the Principals. TONG & COBON, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, GUAGERS BROKERS, &c. HEAD OFFICE -.— Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. TEL. P.O. 18. Sales of every description arranged for with prompt settlement. Valuations for Transfer, Probate, or Mortgage exped'tiously completed. LICENSING BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. TREDEGAR VALLEY. THOMAS JONES, Accountant, Auditor, House and Estate Agent. Tradesmen's Books Posted and Audited. Rents and Debts Collected. Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs Arrangement with Creditors. Agent for the Chief Life- *'re and Accident Insurance Companies Secretary to the Tredegar and Dis- trict Permanent Money Society. Office-86, Commercial Street, Tredegar MR. E. THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND ACCOUNTANT, TREDEGAR. Office Cartrefle, Sirhowy. Rents and Debts Collected. Mortgage Loans negotiated. Distress for Rents undertaken. Preparation of Bankrupt Statement of Affairs. Probate, &o., &c. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EFFECTED FRANK JELLEYMAN7 E-4 The Arcade, MERTHYR. !IIltA' A D M s ? ImmmobhsJI 11 »ECi?>7E:"ED safes* E Fac-simtle of One-Ounce Packet. Archer's Golden Returns Perfectiaa of Pipe Tobaego. I Spiritualist Council of Wales opened permanently at BENTLEY'S HALL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 18sh, 1909, I At 3 o'clock and 6 30 p.m. MR. ESSARY of Pontypridd, Trance Speaker, MRS. LEWIN, Clairvoyant. I TREVETHICK HALL, MONDAY EVENING at 8, .MRS. LEWIN.

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