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The CARDIFF EMPIRE QUEEN STREET. Mtaagiag Db*ctw OWALD MOLL TO-NIGHT, Return of the Marvellous CHUNG LING SOO, The Moit Accomplished Conjurer in the World, in his Weird, Delusive and Incomprehensible Entertainment, baffling human belief. CHUNG LING SOO, to signalise bis Third Visit to the Empire,will present, by his four-year old daughter, a rare Silver Chinese Coin to the first person who each day books a seat for the Fauteuils at either of the Performances. HERBERT RULE. Quaint Comedian. BABY'S FIRST OUTING, A Really Laughable Subject on the AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. ROMA AND ROMANI, Talented and Artistic Musicians, LILIETH LEYTON, Supported by Mr. JOHN SPURLING and EDGAR J. COYNB, presents "A Short Acquaintance." A Comedy Interlude. The Popular London Mimic, GEO. NEWBURN, Whose Imitations of Well-known Artistes are Really Clever. Have You Seen the Spook? CLARK ANB GLENNY, In their Screamingly Funny Act, 'The Haunted House. OHAS. KAY, the Typical Topical Tipster, ETHEL RA LESLIE, Daintily Costumed as a Gentleman of Old. MADGE GREY, Dialect Comedienne. Bicycles stored Free of Charge. Two Performances Nightly. Early one between 7 o'clock and 9; late one between 9 o clock and 11, All artistes appear at each performance, Box Office open dally (with exception of Saturdays) 10 ajm. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Plan of Grand Circle, No Booking Fees, 873 D'ARCS GRAND CITY WAXWORK EXHIBITION St. Mary Street, CARDIFF (Opposite th Morgan Arcade\ Grand New Additions. Over 200 Life-sized Figures. The Original Waxworks. Mdme. LESLIE, the great American Palmist, Phrenologist & Lecturer. Consultations from 11 to 1, 2 till 5, and 6 to 10 daily. Waxworks open from 10 to 10. Admission, 3d. each. Children, 2d. 2673 OOLE'S ALACE ORTH ERFECT ERFORMANCES OPULAR RIC RICES. THE TALK OF SOUTH WALES. See the following gorgeous array of talent. THE PALACE OF VARIETIES, PORTH. General Manager Mr. C. W. POOLE Acting and Stage Manager Mr. WAUTKR BYNORTH I"W TWICE NIGHTLY At 6.50 and 9. First Performance between 6.50 and 9 o'clock. Second Performance between 9 and 11 o'clock, Trains from all parts to and fro to suit each House. MONDAY, APRIL 8th, 1907, And Twice Nightly during the Week at 6.50 and 9. M. B IG}lS? THE LADDERITES, In their Marvellous and Incomparable Ladder Act. BERTHA NORWOOD, Refined Soubrette. VASEY AND RAMSEY, In an Eccentric Comedy Dancing Act. WILLIAMS AND WARDEN, Th-j Popular Cross-Talk Irish Comedians. Mr. Dooley, THE WOELLHAFS (Fred & Marie), In a Great Comedy Act. New and Refined. MARIE BERESFORD, Musical Comedy Artiste. Of Mr. George Edwarde's. Touring Companies. 3 ZARACS 3 Comedy Sketch on the Triple Horizontal Bars, Mashing the Barmaid.' THE PALACE ELECTRIC BIOSCOPE, In Grand Change of Up-La-Date Films Weekly, EVELYN TAYLOR, The Girl with a Style of her Own. Miss TAYLOR recently played at> 9 of the Principal London Halls Each Evening. A Record. The PALACE BAND of SELECTED MUSICIANS Under the Direction of Mr. NIMROD WILLIAMS Early Doors at 6-30 & 8-40. Ordinary Doors G-40 & 8-50. Circle, Is., Balcony & Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. Early Doors, Is. 3d, Early Doors, 9d. Early Doors, 4d. Reserved at Is. 3d. HOWELL WILLIAMS & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Furnishers. I Funerals completely furnished in the best style, and at reasonable charges. Proprietors of Shelibiers, Open, Closed and Glass-sided Hearfic-, Mourning and Wedding Coaches, Brakes, etc. Every requisite for Funcraja kept on the premises. William Street, Vstrad Rhondda. P.O. Telephone 59, 1 NOW OPEN. The LARGEST and most LUXURIOUS AND EYESIGHT-TESTING Spectale Fitting fyioms In West Wales. c. F. WALTERS, F.S.M.C., F.J.O. (By Exam London), 51, Oxford St., SWANSEA (LATE 15, UNION bTREET). 306-1 New Theatre, Park Place, I CARDIFF. Sole Proprietor ROBERT REDFORD Great Attraction for the Holidays. Mr. GEORGE DANCE'S Powerful Company, In the Favourite Musical Play—The Catch of the Season Powerful Company, Including Miss MOYA MANNERING and Mr. FRANK LINCOLN. Next Week-Mr. LIONEL RIGNOLD and Miss ADA BLANCHE, in the New Comedy- WHAT THE BUTLER SAW. Box Office from 10 to 5. Nat. Tel. 376. THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF Lessee and Manager ROBERT REDFORD To-night at 7.30, the Great Play- The Beast and the Beauty *+*+*+*+*+¡+*+*+*+*+*+ THE NEW ♦ SIGHT-TESTING ROOMS: t 27, Gelliwastad Road, j ♦ PONTYPRIDD, J Are now open, and are devoted exclu- J sively to Scientific Eyesight testing and J Spectacle fitting. Subjective and objec- ▼ £ £ tive methods of testing are employed in + every case. ———————— + i Richard G. Scott,: F.S.M.C., F.I.O., + Qualified Sight-Testing Optician and Spectacle Specialist (by exam. Lond.), attends at the above address on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and at Y Station Street, Porth, on Thursday, ♦ Friday and Saturday. Hours, 10 a.m. ♦ till 7 p.m. ♦ My Booklet a Little light on Eye + + Troubles," will be sent post free on application. 3342 INSURANCE COMPANIES. The Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co. ESTABLISHED 1836. ASSETS EXCEED £ 11,000,000. EMPLOYERS OF CLERKS, Shop assist- 1-ii ants, Domestic Servants, &c., will do well to study the above Company's Prospectus which contains useful information concerning the New Compensation Act, 1906, Call or write toTom Rees, Architect, Surveyor and VaIner, Hillsi de. Pentr 3333 THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Invested Funds Exceed £ 11,000,000. Nett Annual Premium Income, £ 2,312,275. Established years. Tel. No. 80, Pentre. COMPENSATION INSURANCE. The Conditions in the above Company's Policy are very few and easy, unrestrictive in character, and contains no cancellation clause, while the time for giving notice of Accident is Three Days After it comes to your notice. This will protect you fully, in case your employee does not (say for some time) inform you of any accident that may have occurred. Send for Prospectus to TOM REES, Surveyor and Valuer, PENTRE. Years in Business with lir. Jacob Rees, Architect to the lihondda Council.) 3410 I BEHIND THE EYE. I It is essential for perfect visiofe 9 i that your eyes should look through ■ the exact centres of the lenses of B your Spectacles. I If your glasses are fitted correctly they will retain this -J position and afford you the J maximum of good vision and |j comfort. Ij There are not two people with fj eyes quite the same distance apart, 1 or with quite the same shaped nose- gj bridge, therefore frame fitting is 1 quite an art in itself. We soppfr perfect Sitting fnunea. J. W. RICHARDS, ClKtnUt and Optician, PANDY SQUARE, TONYPANOY. j f"¡f4f'û}i4. Notiioe of Removal. J. J. THOMAS, FAMILY BUTCHER, late of 17, DE-WINTON ST., (opposite Post Office, Tonypandy), BEGS to thank his friends and the public jD generally, for their liberal patronage during the past 21 years, and trusts to be favoured with a continuance of their support at his new premises, No. 8, COURT STREET, opposite the COURT HOTEL, where the business will be continued on and after Monday, April lat. 3419 HIPPODROME, TONYPANDY I Mr. WILL STONE begs to announce that he will re-open the above Hippodrome, on Monday, April 8th. Twice Nightly at 7 and 9. With his Electric Bioscope and Varieties. His Pictures will include a grand Series en- titled OUR NAVY. Also a new and grand series of COMIC PICTURES. This week's Varieties will include REX and FORD,. Quaint Comedians in Funny and Refined Cross Talk. ILLUSTRATED SONGS. ARNETTI, the Man of many Instruments. EDGAR HARPER, the Popular Baritone. STANERT and YONDI, In Witty and Funny Burlesque entitled ROMEO and JULIET." Music by the Popular Hippodrome Orchestra. 7 and 9 Twic Nightly 7 and 9 POPULAR PRICES—Gallery, 3d.; Pit, 4d.; Stalls, 6d.; Orchestra Stalls, Is. 3450 Sales by Auction. Duke Street Auction Rooms, Cardiff On TUESDAY and THURSDAY NEXT, April 9th and 11th, 1907, commencing at 2 p.m. prompt. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. MESSRS. J. G. MADDOX AND SON will Sell by Public Auction, at their Old Established SALE ROOMS as above, an mmense assemblage of very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Removed from various lesidences for absolute sale), including :—Valuable Pianofortes, 6 ft., oft. and smaller Bedroom Suites, 6 ft,, 5 ft. and 4 ft. Wardrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets, All Brass and other Bedsteads, Wool and Spring Mattresses, Turkey, Axminster, Brussells and Tapestry Carpets, Skin and other Hearthrugs, Brass Curbs, Fenders, Brasses, Superior Drawing and Dining Room Suites, Rosewood, Chippendale and Walnut Cabinets, 6 ft., 5ft. and 4 ft. Sideboards, Bookcases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut, Chippendale. Rosewood and Gilt Overmantles, Chests of Drawers, Hall Stands and Chairs to match, Roll-top and Pedestal Desks, Safes, Office Chairs, Lounge and Occasional ditto, Oil Paintings, Etchings, Marble Clocks, Bronze and China Ornaments, Ottoman and other Couches, Stair Carpets and Rods, Sets of Toilet Ware, Dinner and Tea Services, togethei with the usual Kitchen Effects, &c., L-c., in all about 800 Lots. On view day prior to and mornings of Sale. N.B.—Arrangements can be made by Country buyers to have their purchases packed and put on rail. Goods can be purchased pri- vately if desired. Established 1860. -=- THE GREAT Tonypandyjiaie Room Take notice that B. CARDASH has opened a Sale Room at 103, Bun raven St., For' the Sale of New and Secondhand Furniture and a Miscellaneous Assortment of Goods. Auction Sales Twice Weekly, Monday and Tuesday, at 6 o'clock. Sale by private treaty during the day. Furniture bought or sold on commission, or by other arrangments. Auctioneer's Office- 99, Dunraven Street. 3433 Win. THOMAS, (Certified Bailiff), 2, Hendrooafn-road, Penygraig. Rens and Oebts Collected. Besv-so Election Addresses. TO THE ELECTORS OF RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. WARD NO. 3. LADIES AND GJJNXLEMEN, I take this first opportunity to thank you most heartily for your enthu- siasm and faithfulness on my behalf in the election of Monday, March 25th, 1907. You have helped me to a Seat on the Council in a most PLUCKY and HONOURABLE manner; and that you have done in spite of strong oppositions. Our victory is a victory on the PRO- fGRESSIVEJines of NONCONFORMITY and DEMOCRACY, and its practical in- fluence will move on stronger and stronger from year to year. Personally, I have come out of this battle healthier and firmer than ever, and I know that you all have the same ex- perience. The victory will give me a new inspira- tion, not only as your REPRESENTA- TIVE, but also as a CITIZEN and a NONCONFORMIST. It will be the pleasure of my life. to do all I can for the PUBLIC GOOD, and I shall FAITHFULLY attend to the duties of your TRUST in me. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, WALTER WILLIAMS. Durvol, St. Stephen's Avenue, Pentre, March 27th, 1907. 3445 AT ETHOLWYR CYNGHOR DOS- BART HO L J^IONDDA. ADRAN RHIF 3. FONEDDIUJfiSAU A BONEDDIGION, Yr ydwyf, yn y modd hwn, yn diolch i chwi am eich brwdfrydedd a'ch ffyddlon- deb o'm plaid yn yr Etholiad, dydd Ll-vu, Mawrth 25ain, 1907. Cefais fy nychwelyd genych yn an- rhydeddus, er maint a math y gwrth- wynebiadau. Daethoch allan yn unfryd, unfarn, a chyda gwroldeb i amddiffyn eich egwyddorion; a thrwy hyny. cawsom fuddugoliaeth yr hon a ddywed am flyn- yddoedd i dd'od yn ffafr ANGHYD- FFURFIAETH a GWERINIAETH y cylch. Bydd yn ysbrydiaeth. barhaol i mi, nid yn unig fel eich Cynrychiolydd, ond yn ogystal fel Dinesydd a Chrefyddwr. Yr ydwyf yn fwy penderfynol nag erioed i ddal i fyny CHWAREU TEG y bobl yn mhob cyfeiriad a fyddo o fewn fy ngallu; a sicrhaf i chwi wrth roi i chwi fy niolch gwresocaf, y bydd i mi fod yn ffyddlon i'ch hymddiriedaeth ynof. Ydwyf, Foneddigesau a Boneddigion, Eich ufudd was, WALTER WILLIAMS. Durvol, St. Stephen's Avenue, Peptre, Mawrth 27ain, 1907. 3445 TO THE ELECTORS OF TON AND PENTRE., No.3 WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I thank you very sincerely for having returned me to represent you on the Board of Guardians for the third time unopposed, and for the second time on the County Council also unopposed. During my period of office (9 years on the Board of Guardians, and over 5 on the Council), I have faithfully studied your interests, and the experience I have gained will be of the greatest use to me to serve your interests still better in the future. I am very glad that the other Candidates who thought of opposing me have withdrawn, as I think contests between two liberals is useless waste of public money, and only shows that there is division where there should be unity. My Motto is "efficiency, economy and progress." I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your old and tried Member and Friend, ELIAS T. DAVIES. Pentre, April 4, 1907. 3449 Too Late for Classification. WANTED a Strong Girl as Kitchen M a-id W in a gentleman's family. Some washing. Apply, Mrs. Tyler, Llantrithyd, Cowbridge. 3447 MADAME CINDERELLA CLARKE the French — Palmist, can be consulted for a short season only, on Monday, Tuesday aud* Saturday at 2, Jenkin-street, (facing Opera House), Porth; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 14, High Street, Treorehy. All letters to be addressed to 2, Jenkin-street, Forth. b658-87 For Sale. T^OR SALE, a we'l built double frontaged House, two A bay windows, 19, Fair View, New Road, Trealaw, -Apply Edwards, 28. Gilmour Street, Tonypandy. B652-85 JtpOR SALE, Corner House with large cella^underneath, suitable for business premises, new district,—Apply 18, Charles Street, Tonypandy. B654-85 -= Public Notice. WANTED empty clean 2801bs. FLOUR SACKS, SUGAR BAGS, and other descriptions in large or small quan- tities. Terms Cash. Apply-F. Hurlstone, 22, Centreville Road, Heathfield Road, Wavertree, Liverpool. B649 Fitzpatrick, Clydach Vale. THE Drawing for the above will take JL place on April 30th as announced. Friends having duplicates or money are re- quested to send same in at once. Winning numbers will appear in "Rhondda Leader.' P. Grant, Secretary, Clydach Vale b659 WINNING NUMBERS of Drawing in aid of Bennett Williams, Trealaw —264, 2132, 1610, 411, 1316, 1607, 1381, 100, 328, 175, 468, 529, 833, 807, 2304, 2040, 352, 1143, 1161, 431. 1509, 1696, 846, 1424, 474, 2232, 329, 1898, 1374, 1177, 1312, 914.—Secretary, G. Williams, 230, Rhys Street, Trealaw. WINNING NUMBERS of W. Morley's Vt Prize Drawing:—1492, 2202, 919, 2571, 551, 2952, 200, 2900, 3578, 2122, 5772, 4274, 4820, 852, 3733, 2439, 3399, 2957, 10, 2277, 2771, 4297, 3720, 858, 2376, 948, 5498, 5785, 3099, 1647, 1945, 1359, 3398, 4886, 3955, 832, 2278, 1627, 5014, 537, 2769, 1715, 1489, 2657, 829, 2784, 3216, 1048, 2103, 2976, 1502, 2128, 5827, 132, 47, 1676, 2303, 5889, 2151, 3519, 2945, 4790, 2404.—C. T. Jones, Secretary, Tony- pandy. M- Do You Believe IN HAVING Value for Money ? If so, don't hesitate but VISIT Go C. DEAN, THE TAILOR, 85A, TAFF ST., PONTYPRIDD (Next door to Boot's Cash Chemist.) Latest Brown Stripe Suit £ 1 15s. Od. to order. Latest Green Stripe Suit L2 2s. Od. Guaranteed Indigo Blue Suit- £1 17S. 6d. „ Smart Stripe Trousers 10s. 6d. „ 6,000 Yards to select from. ALL NEW AND PRETTY STUFF. 3015

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