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| I IHEm MYM. & EMHM PALACE, Mert?! I Licensee—Mr. Will Smithson. General Manager—Mr. Fred !erthyr I I 7.30 ONCE NIGHTLY. 7.30 j I Week commencing MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1918. I I Free List Entirely Suspended. Early Doors 6.45. Ordinary Doors 7.15. I MACOONALD A?D YOU?G j 1 Present (by arrangement with ALFRED BUTT) j iP 0 O'MY H AR 2 "Oh! there's nothing half so sweet in iife as !ove's young dream. ■ I CtRCLE STALLS PIT caLLERY I I Prices of Admission Ordinary Doors- 2s. 6d. 2s. 1 s. 6d. I T a x, 6d. Tax, 4d. Tax, 3d. Tax, 2d. t i II 8' II  j Merthyr Electric Theatre j i Mermel!!mb!neatre I £ CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. j ? Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday- I NORTH OF '53 I I A Gripping Story of the Great North-West, featuring DUSTIN FARNUM I N and WINIFRED KINOSTON. I 8 THE HAUNTED HOTEL-Kinecture Comedy, j The First of a seriss of very Original Comedies. I CHARLIE'S ELOPEMENT ) S Featuring CHARLIE CHAPLIN. "The Further Exploits of Judex "-Part 8. I N Pathe's Coloured Pictorial and Pathe's Gazette. I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday- I A a Branded o Souli I Story of a modern St. Cecilia Thrilling, Tense an d Spectacular. GLADYS BROCKWELL. II I THE BULL'S EYE-Part 15. Pathe's Gazette, &c. A NEIGHBOUR'S KEYHOLE—Sunshine Comedy. I PRICES: 5d., 9d., 1/3 including Tax.ChHdren: 3d., 5d. & 8d. I ? Children's Performance at. One o'clock on Saturdays. I ? Ordinary Saturday Performance starts at 3.30 o'clock. Other Days 2.30 as usual. J • l_ MX l\l K- H ■ MmX k n p\ i r-« Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, etc., they L.1 BLANCHARD"S speedily -ffrd relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Pennyroyal, Pill MMMum 1911 I Jv mhhmm Cochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the ■ best of all Pills for Women. Sold in boxes, t¡tYz, by BOOTS' Branches and all Chemists, or post frye, same price, from LESLIE MARTIN, Ltd., Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London. Samples and valuable booklet sent free, Id. stamp. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE PIONEER WILL BE ENLARGED TO SIX PAGES. Special Articles by I.L.P. and Labour Candidates. Place your order NOW and get your friends to order. S. P ?  y P Six Pages FORTNIGHT. Six PageL HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1918. Preacher- Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT—" RELICION." Services to begin at 11 o'clock and 6 p.m. m CATARRH, HEAD NOISES, easily cured mjtLMt,?\. in a few days by the new 'U FRENCH DEAFNESSO RiLENE." Scores of wonderful cures reported. COMPLETELY CURED. Age 76. Mr. Thomas Winslade, of Borden, Hants, writes: "I am delighted I tried the new Orlene," for the head noises. I am pleased to tell you, ARE GONE, and I can hear as well as ever I couid in my life. I think it wonderful, as I am 71) years old, and the people here are surprised to think I can hear so well again at my age." Many other equally good reports. Try one box to-day, which can be forwarded to any address* upon the receipt of money order for 2/9. THERE IS NOTHING BETTER AT ANY PRICE. Address, "ORLENE" Co., Railway Crescent, West Croydon, Surrey, Eng County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. APPOINTMENT OF WORKINC FOREMAN, PANT CEMETERY. THE Corporation invite applications for this appointment. Wages, :l5! per week, with usual War Bonus (at present 25/- per week). House provided free or an allowance made in rent. Applications in Candidate's own hand-writing, stating age, number in family, full particulars of employment during the past five years, ex- perience in gardening (if any) accompanied by copies of two recent testimonials, must reach the under signed not later than Saturday, the 7th December, 1918. T. ANEURYN REES, Town Clerk. Town Hall, 27th November, 1918.

—I The Seamen again Boycott…


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i A Word With The New Socialist.I

The Charge of Bolshevism.

Truth Will Out. ]

I They Who Were Lost. ( i

The Aberavon Muddle.

No Labour Meetings on Dec.…