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PARK PICTURE PALACE, Gadlys MANAGER WALTER HOPCROFT. JfBXT WEEK'S PROGRAMME. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, "THE MESSIAH" See Story in another column. I THURSDAY FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, "MACBETH" I The well known Shakespearian Play. Send your Children to our Matinee on Saturday Morning, at 11 o'c'ooh, when Mr. Hoperoft will personally look well after them. Continuous Performance from 3 to 10.30. Prices, 3d., 4d., 6d., 9d. & 1s. PARK'S THE PLACE. PARK'S THE PLACE. OPENED 28TH MAY. )') IIIF" The Great Attraction of 1914 mi Excursions are being arranged from all parts of the Kingdom for this Exhibition. TmiQT £ \l MAY TO XJlVlJ A vL OCTOBER INTERNATIONAL MAY TO OCTOBER EXHIBITION | ———— Band of H.M. Irish Guards. ——— Pipers and Dancers of Seaforth Highlanders. ———— Exhibition Military Band. ———— On 13th June: THE IMPERIAL CHOIR (1200 Voices) Conducted by Dp. CHARLES HARRIS. B08JSe. sisi; 1 bristocVE 5SnS» MUSIC COMPETITIONS 3*2.% MOUNTAIN during JUNE and JULY. shLs™™' RAILWAY, England. tortrfihl 0ver £ ,,70° ,n PRIZES- Th,HBl«M-. ———— reproduced. WORLD'S Male, Ladies and Mixed Choira. BXHIBITS AMUSEMENTS. Church and Chapel Choirs. Representing the w*»TrnATTM>a School and Children's Choirs. Trad* and BRITAIN O Tnatrrimorif.al P.nntAS' n Commerce of the J3E8T BANDS. |_ lastrnmental Pontes a. British Empir^ PAGEANT OF BRISTOL'S HISTORY Enacted by Thousands of local Ladies and Gentlemen. Every Evening from the 22nd June to the 4th July. Admission to Exhibition, 1/- Children, 6d. SUMMER TOURS. To Firth of Clyde, Scottish High- El lands, Belfast, Portrush, North y of Ireland. Isle of Man. From Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea and Newport. S CIRCULAR TOURS TO E Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, jke. A Guide Book & all particulars free from Alexander Gregor, 13 Bute Gres., Cardiff. See the Beauties of Wales ON A FORD CAR The cheapest to buy and the cheapest to run. Now is the time to order one FROM SHEEN, ABERDARE Sole District Agent, TO PAINTERS. WANTED Tenders for Painting the Carpenters Arms, Trecynon. — Apply on the premises. NOTICE. TENDERS are invited for the Paint- ing of Railway Bar, 17 Duke Street, and Locomotive Inn, Aberdare. Also making new frontage for 17 Duke Street. Plans and Specifications may b3 seen at the Locomotive Inn. PUBLIC NOTICE. JOHN W. HEK, Crown Hotel, <J Aberdare, begs to give the Public Notice that he has taken over the Aberdare Athletic Ground. All applications for Sports, Cricket and Football Matches, Band Competitions, please apply for terms as above. WORKMEN'S HALL, ABERCYNON. The Fourth Annual EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above Hall On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. ADJUDICATORS: Music: Mr. ARTHUR E. DAVIES, FR.C.O., A.R.C.M., Swansea; Mr. TOM MORGAN, F.V.C.M., Abercynon, and Mr. W. THOMAS, F.V.C.M., A.Mus., Abercynon. Literary: Mr. PHILIP DA VIES, Blaengarw. Male Voice (not under 50 voices), "Wyr Philistia (Valiant Warriors), JE12 and a Silver Cup to the successful Conductor. Mixed Choir (not under 50 voices), Ar Lan'r Iorddonen Ddofn ("Deep Jordan's Bank") (Gabriel), 210, and a handsome Chair to the successful Conductor. Juvenile Choir (under 16 years of age and not under 40 voices). Own Selection. 1st prize, E4; 2nd, E2; and 3rd, £1, and Prizes to the Successful Conductors. Pianoforte Solos, Children's Solos, Recitations, Essay, Tetter Writing and Prize Bag Competitions. For further particulars see Pro- gramme, post free 11-d. from the Secre- tartes, Mr. Henry Griffiths, 119 Auer- cynon Road, Abercynon, and Mr. John Morgan, 49 Glancynon Terrace, Aber- cynon. I ABERDARE'S PRETTY ICTURESQUE UBLIC ARK. Ideal place for BATHING, OATING, AND SPORTS. Teas provided for large numbers, such as Sunday Schools and Picnic Parties, For Estimates apply to F. 0. SMITH, 43 Lewis Street, Aberaman, Lessee and Caterer at the Park ABERDARE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE is hereby given that it is the intention of the above Coun- cil to apply on or after the 13th July, 1914, to the Local Government Board for confirmation of Bye Laws proposed to be made by the said Council with re- spect to New Streets in the Urban Dis- trict of Aberdare. A copy of the said Bye Laws will be deposited at the Town Hall, Aberdare, for one calendar month after the date hereof, for inspection by any ratepayers in the said Urban District. Dated this 30th day of May, 1914. D. LLEWELLYN GRIFFITHS, Clerk to the Council. TO PAINTERS. TENDERS are invited for Painting the Outside Woodwork and Iron- work at Noddfa Chapel, Godreaman. Sealed endorsed tenders to be sent to the undersigned, from whom all par- ticulars may be had, by Saturday next, May 30th, 1914. Lowest or any tender rot necessarily accepted. W. R. MORGAN, Godreaman Post Office, Aberdare. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. Appointment of Non-Resident Painter and Decorator. THE GUARDIANS of the above Unioij invite applications for the Appointment of Working Painter and Decorator for their Institutions. Can- didates to be eligible must be fully com- petent Painters and Decorators. Wages, eightpence per working hour, payable weekly. Any further information can be ob- tained from the Master of the Work- house (Mr D. J. Williams), Merthyr Tydfil. Applications with copies of three re- cent Testimonials must be in my hands not later than Monday, the loth day of June next, and should be made upon J Forms which may be obtained from me upon either a personal or a written ap- plication, in the latter case enclosing a stamped addressed foolscap envelope. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk. 134 High Street, Merthyr Tydfil. ¡ VPARTMENTS to let or wanted. Try a small advertisement in the Aberd a're Leader." Hundreds suited 16 words for 6d. E. F. ESKETT, Masseur to the Royal Mineral Waer Hospital, BATH visits PONTYPRIDD ON TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS I for treatment of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, etc. TERMS MODERATE. Hours—3.30 till 9 p.m. Address-23 Station Terrace, The Graig, Pontypridd. I Prepaid Small Advertllmentl. Inaerted at the following specially low rates:- One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. s. d. a. d. a. d. 18 words 0 6 1 0 1 6 24 „ 0 9 1 6 9 a B,J 1 0 2 0 8 0 w n ••• 1 s 2 6 8 9 1!ij II 1 6 8 0 4 6 These charged apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements :-Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted), To Let, Lost or Found, and 34isoellanopus Wants. Properties for Sale or Wanted at double above rate. Remittances may be made by Postal Orders or half-penny stamps. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, Cardiff Street, Aberdare, WANTED. STRONG Errand Boy. — Apply at once, Vincent, 22 Canon Street. STRONG Smart Lad, able to assist in shop- also to deliver, if neces- sary.—Apply, M. A. Lewis, Cwmaman Stores. WANTED a Good Cook-General. VV Salary, zC22 per annum and uni- form.—Apply with references to— Matron, The Isolation Hospital, Park Lane, Aberdare. GOOD General, clean, used to chil- dren. — Apply, 10 Richmond Terrace, Abernant. ERRAlND Boy Wanted. — Peglers' Stores. GENERAL, not under 18 years of age. — Apply, Mrs. Heppell, Pen-y-bryn, Cwmaman. A SMART Young Lady as an Ap- prentice to the Fancy Drapery. Apply, Illtyd Williams, Compton House. AGENT WANTED.— £ 10-20 earned weekly by active representation, whole or part time, male or female.— "Summit," 7 Arcade, Reading. RESPECTABLE boy, just left school, for the grocery trade.—D. W. Williams, Grocer, Aberdare. EXPERIENCED General. Refer- JLJ ences required. Apply, Mrs. Temple, Aberaman. ENERGETIC, sober and trustworthy „ agent for a first-class Assurance Company. Good book, full time. Ap- ply in own handwriting.—Fortis, c/o Leader Office, Aberdare. A BOY newly left school (14) seeks situation. Office work preferred. —Apply, J.J., "Leader" Office. SITUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG Lady seeks situation as shorthand writer or typist. Has knowledge of book-keeping. Apply, Typist, "Leader" Office. FOR SALE. SECOND-HAND Pram, 15s., worth ks t2 15s. Overstrung Piano, near- ly new, best maker, JE26 10s. cash, worth L40. Another Bargain, Piano, nearly new, jE12 cash.-5 Canon Street, Aberdare. GENTS' CYCLE, two speed, roller brakes, nearly new, except back tyre. 50s.-64 Glyngwyn Street, Mis- kin. PAIR Knee Boots, Nines. Suitable Fishing. Calf Leather. Cost 25s. Bargain, 10s. 6d.—64 Glvngwvn Street, Miskin. SEVEN Roomed House, bath room, h. and c., in Glvndwr Cottages, Godreaman. In splendid repair.—Ap- piy, Morgan,. Godreaman Post Office. SPECIAL Bargains in Golf Sticks, k3 Brasses, Clubs, Putters. Suit- able for beginners.—Jacobs, 14 Cardiff Street. MCKENS.-Champion Cross Bred, J 6s. per doz. week old. Pure breeds, 7s. per dozen. Always ready. -George, General Stores, Cwmdare. WALLPAPERS from l*d. per roll. Any quantity, large or small, tupplied at Wholesale Prices. Our stock exceeds 250,000 rolls of all classes. i-ite for patterns stating what class you require.—(Dept. 147) Barnett Wall- paper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manches- ter. Ladles, Read This. ADVIGE PREB for Stemp.- Mrs M. Stewart's famous Female Remedy lever fails. Address—8, Guinea-st, Bristol. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. HOUSE AND SHOP. Licence granted by the Bute for same. Excellent position for Hairdresser and robacconist or any business. Pleasant tocality.-Apply, R.T., 'Leader' Office, Aberdare. PROPERTIES WANTED. TO Purchase Cottage in Aberdare, 5 JL or 6 rooms; garden; moderate price.—Apply by letter, 2H, "Leader" Office. TO LET. TWO or three unfurnished rooms. Suitable for young married couple. One minute from Post Office. Apply by letter to W.R., "Leader" Office. BERAMAN.-Contral business pre- A mises, Cardiff Road. Early possession can be arranged. Suit any business. Good living accommodation. —Apply 46 Monk Street, Aberdare. RESPECTABLE lodgings for two J-tj colliers in Caegarw. Apply by letter, "Leader" Office, Ffrwd Cres- cent, Mountain Ash. SITTING Room and Bedroom. Suit- able for two gentlemen. Bath, h. and c.—Apply, 29 Stuart Street. TO Let by Tender.—17 Duke Street, Aberdare. — Apply, James D. Crowley, sole owner. IjlRONT Bed and Sitting Rooms, suit one or two gentlemen". No chil- dren. Pleasantly situated. Central. Terms moderate.-Apply, 5 "Leader" Office. WMAMAN.-IN very best position, C Lock-up Shop.—Apply, Watkins, Dare Villas, Aberdare. FURNISHED Sittingrooll and Bed- room. Suit mo ladies or two gentlemen. Mintit6 from town. —Ap- ply, Aber, "Leader 5 Office. BAKEHOUSE with new patent JD oven, 51 Duffryn Street, Moun- tain Ash. Splendid opportunity for energetic man. Good public bakery. —Apply, Gwilym Jones, Solicitor, Mountain Ash, FURNISHED Sitting and Bedroom. Very comfortable. Bath, h. and c. Close to Aberdare Park. Apply, T.O., "Leader" Office, Aberdare. BEDROOM and Sitting Room, furn- ished. Bath, h. and c.—Apply, A.B.C., "Leader" Office. FURNISHED Rooms for gentleman in Stuart Street. Convenience for Motor Cycle.—Apply N.X., 'Leader' Office. LONG Roonij suitable for any pur- pose.—Williams, Supply Stores, Aberdare. OFFICES above Lipton's Shop, Victoria Square, Aberdare. Six front rooms. Centrally situated.—Ap- ply, M. Isaac, Victoria Square, Aber- dare. CARDIFF ROAD.—Double fronted shop to let or for sale. — Apply, Roberts, Elm Grove, Aberdare. LOST. ON Wednesday, between Morgan Street and Market Street, Welsh Terrier with collar. 7 months. Answers to name of Jack. Finder re- warded on returning to Howell Wil- liams, 38 Morgan Street. Detainer prosecuted. "THE OLD FIRM"—Established 1886. CASE BROS.. ARTISTS IN FLOWERS, IS QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. Tel., 629. Telegrams. Case Bros., Cardiff. Wadding Bouquets and Sprays. Wreaths and Crosses. Expert Designers. OUR SPECIALITY WREATHS, 7/6 and 10/6. Please Send Caah with Order. Ring uo 823.

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