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PHILLIPS' MUSIC WAREHOUSE, 5, Canon Street, Aberdare. Sole Agent for the celebrated Justin Browne Pianos. Pianos by any maker taken in exchange. Dean's Patent Stanch, 4". 6<1. each. Henry's Piano Tutor?, Is. 6d. each. Orders for Sheet Music (songt). English or Welsh, promptly attended to. ABERDARE. THE JjyiPIRE jyj~USIC H ALL, u Recreation Grounds (Entrance, High-street). MAHAOER UK. W. EVANS. FIRST-CLASS ARTISTES Admission, M., Ie., 28. Half-price at 9 o'clock to all seat except srallerv. THE BHST AND CHOICEST CiHAUs are sold by "tins Oeppen, of Merthyr, who has taken over Mr. Wake's wholesale and retail tobacco and cigar business I'* Commercial-place, Aberdare. (rood Cigar, fi vo or 'even for Is. All Tobaccos are sold at moderate Prices. Walking-sticks, Pouches, Cigar and Cigarette C*«es, Pipes of a hundred different kinds, Fancy ripe.s. and other useful articles, suitable for Christmas New Year's Presents. Don't forget to give a call. Commercial-place, Aberdare. (3096 SHOEING.—Mr. T. Williams, of Aberdare, won a Prize for shoeing at Gelligaer, on Thursday. CIRCUS.—Alexander's Circus was in town on Thursday, being pitched on the Ynys Meadow. The circus was well patronised. TIUXITr CHOIU.—This choir is making splendid Progress with Lord of Gold under the leadership r'f Mr. D. Jones, Cardiff-street. It has now been decided to engace an orchestra which will lie con- ducted by Mr. Mellon, of Pontypridd. IMPROVEMENT.—Lipton's tinn shop in the Square has greatly improved that quarter of the town. lhe Establishment has been got up in an up-to-date style, *nd has evoked the admiration of the townspeople at large. B.W.T.A.—On Mondav afternoon, at Trinity Vestry, Mrs. Coomlies, of Merthyr, gave an interest- address on Temperance work, in connection with Y'e local branch of the British Women's Temperance Association. There was a good attendance. Tea Provide I at the close. >, FINING SCHOOL. — On the 9th inst. Mr. O. T. Awards, Brynawel Offices, read a paper on Frost iti action on the Rocks." The following took part ln the discussion — Messrs. T. E, Davies, D. R. ^'ewellyn, Alfred Davies, I). J. Jones, J. M. Harris, Vy W. Rees, Taliesin Griffiths, and J. E. Davies, W. Williams, Abernant, presided. .PFLKACHIXG SEKVICKS.—The annual preaching ser- ICes In connection with Bethel Chapel, Abernant, *«re held on Sunday and Monday. The Rev. Waldo Blaenclydach Rev. D. Morgans, and Rev. J • A. Jones, Merthyr, preached excellent sermons to congregations. Collections were made in aid of lh« chapel funds. EMPIRK.—-There is a first-class variety company at Empire this week. The Flying Alsons perform a ?*ftrvellous serial act, as well as some very clever per- .°rmances on the parallel bars. Miss Juliet Capron «?- charming ballad vocalist. Her singing of Killarney" is particularly sweet. The Sisters •jnnard are duettists and dancers of a first-clas.s and their exhibition ot the noble art of self- Jjatenco" completely brought down the house. the great American puzzle and man of shapes, is another very good turn. The manner £ which he twists his body is most extraordinary, ^^nk Patrick is a good vocalist and dancer, and Arillo is one of the best ventriloquists that has ever •sited this district.

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