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r" II j Merthyr Electric Theatre j 5 Week commencing Monday, January 15th. I CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.36 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. I Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday- t LITTLE, TglDorohANCE I a Triangle Drama, featuring Dorothy Gish. B HIS LAST LAUGH—Triangle Comedy. When in deubt see a Triangle Keystene. I Thursday, Friday, and Satrday- I THE MILL ON THE FLOSS j ■ A Thanhouser Photo-Play ba^ed on the famous irovel, by Qemrge Eliot. B 2 BUCKING SOCIETY—Triaaglc Comedy. A most amusing burlesque on the old Wild y t Western MetodBaiac. I PEG 0' THE RING. Final Episode. I IV • How ??s *t end Does Peg overcome be? strange inherited watedt and does &he ma«7 • m Huge? I j Prices as usual—3d., 6d.. and Is. Government Tax Extra. I ? Children's MatiDee on Saturday at 10.15—?d. only. L. .Î En .t_ [THEATRE ROYAI 1 1 ? AND EMP!RE PALACE, MERTHYR. ?? 2 Resident Manager Mr. R. T. REA. 8 -r- -=. j 6.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 9.0. I Wec? commencing MONDAY, JANUARY 15th, 1917. 'I i THE STUPENDOUS COMEDY REVU- m | THE STUPENDOUS COMEDY REVUE— | ) NEARLY XKVUGH t S The Plum Pudding Revue of Revues. FaM of Good Things. IS ? Supported by Full London Revue Campany. N 1 POWERFUL CHORUS of Real Singers under the Musical Direction of G. Davies. I J The Star Publishing Company, London, have specially aMottedtotbis Company sev erai 2 of tne latest and greatest successes, including Real Haunting Melodies, 2 1 POPULAR REDUCED PRICES- I 1 ??Ctrc!e, l?- Stalls, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d."? | g Entert?mm&nt Tax Extra. Early Doors to all Parts. i 88ft .e. tt II It' II HC1118 the action taken by tlit. Jaittt Board a.o4 the Statirt.ii.ui" Jc_J. Vj- i o-ijOUf Party. which are referred to in the following pages, deserve a reply. Here it is. It is addressed to the entire Labour, Trade Union, and Socialist Organisations of Great Britain. Study it well, and discuss it in ym Societies, for the future well-being of the Working-class Movement depends upon yonr yer4iet. Now t??W Price SIXPENEE Now 0-ady, p?t Free Sevcnpen«e THE TATTOOED MEN,' OR LABOUR LEADERS AND THE 1 WORKERS' MONEY The full story told by FREDERICK TEMPLE, (Author of Interest, Oold and Banking," "War Finance and the Worker," &e.). London: TtHE COMMONWEALTH PRESS, I' 118, Caaaaa Street, E.C. ,?NM-?-?.?r..MM?MMBn??m??-?-??   GET YOUR J TOBACCO J AT 1 Our Shop I. 74a, Pentmorlais, Merthyr. I PROGRESSIVE LITERATURE I Kept in Stock or got to order. ? 'Phone 597. 'Phone 597. WILLIAM TRESEDER, Ltd. THE NURSERIES, CARDIFF. WREATHS, CROSSES, CUT FLOWERS, &c. BEDDING PLANTS. Asters, Stocks, Dahlias, Marguerites, Lobelia, &c. Tola Tbesebeb, FLORIg-i:, Cardiff. THE TEMPLE, TRAMROAD SIDE NORTH. The Platform will be occupied on Sunday and Monday Next JANUARY 14th and 15tb, by Mrs. HADLEY (of London). serviess:- SUNDAY at 11 and 6. MONDAY at 7.30. Clairvoyance at each Service. HELP YOUR OWN "TOMMIES." A GRAND Promenade CONCERT And DANCE will be helel- in the CENTRAL'HALMBentley's) ON THURSDAY JANUARY 18th. To provide comforts for the men of the 12th Bat- talion South Wales Borderers. Now on Active Service. Send comforts for my men." —Gaptaia Jen- kins (Merthyr). TICKETS, 2s. 2d. (Tax Inclusive). Refreshments at Reasonable Prices Fanoy Dress Optional. HELP THE BOYS-YOUR OWN BROTHERS AND SONS. THERE 18 ONLY ONE OINTMENT THAT CURES And this is sirppiied by Chemists and the MANNINA OINTMENT CO., FISHfitfAR8, And is sold in Three Strengths—1, 2 & 3. BLANCHARD'S PILLS Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, &c., they spee4ily afifocd relief and raver fail to alleviate all suffering. They awpersede Pennyroyal, Pill Cochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanelmrd's are the best of all Pills far Women. Sold in boxes, by BOOTS' Branches, and all Chemists, or poet free, same price from LESLIE MARTIN, Limited, Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London. Samples and Valuable Booklet sent Free, Penny Stamp. ARE WE DOING YOUR PRINTING ? We have the most modern equipment, and good work is quickly turned out by Trade Unionists at reasonable rates. NOTE THE ADDRESS THE LABOUR PIONEER PRESS Williams' Square, Merthyr Tydfil. The Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910 I Notice of Imposition of Charges under Section 21 of the Act. COUNTY BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDFIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE? that tb? Com-  p?nsatioa Authority for the %bere area have imposed, under Section 21 of the Lie-easing (Consolidation) Aoffc, 1910, for the year 1917 Charges in respect of Licenses at the rate of 50 per cent. of the maximum rate of charge un- der the Act; and ebarges on the premises affected will be levied and paid aeaordingly as pas t of the duties on the oorrespollding Excise Licenses. TOM ELIAS, Clerk of the Compensation Authority. Dated the 8th day of January, 1917.

The Nemesis of Nations.

IMerthyr Tragedy. ,I

! -Merthyr Blaze. I

| Merthyr Grievances I

"A Poor Excuse." I

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