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The Pavilion, Mountain Ash, Concert Direction, DALE, FORTY & Co., Ltd., Cardiff, I have pleasure to announce A Grand Evening Concert On WEDNESDAY, 31st MAY, 1916, at 7.30, By THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO Madame CLARA BUTT And other EMINENT ARTISTES, Assisted by the MOUNTAIN ASH AND DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY. TICKETS (including Government Tax): Reserved 5/3 & 3/3, Unreserved 2/2. Admission (Limited) 1/2. Doors open at 7 p.m. Early Douns and Ticket Holders. 6.30 p. UJ. Plan and Seats at William Peters, Stationer, Oxford street, Mountain Ash, Phone 42, or Messrs. Dale, Forty & Co., Ltd., Piano Merchants, Cardiff. The Premier Theatre in the District. Grand Theatre, Aberaman. Proprietors: The Aberaman Workmen's Hall and institute. Ceneral Manager: ARTHUR NORTON. 6.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45. To-night (Thursday), Friday, and Saturday- A Great Picture you must not miss, ia:8, i..I.e.1iI1 In Five Parts. A sensational hut romantic chapter in the Great World Story of Munitions. Monday, May 22nd, 1916, and during the week. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION!! Important Engagement. of the world-famed MOHAWK MOORE & BURGESS MINSTRELS Ot the St. James' Hall. Piccadilly, London, W. (under the direction of Harry Benet). A RECORD COMPANY. COMEDIANS: WALLEY SCOTT, HARRY ALLEN, From the Hal) and • Comedian d^t TOM MAINE, JOHN TATE, The Whistling Coon. From the St. James' Palace. and NEWGO & SULLO Comedians and Dancers in Laughs and Bumps. VOCALISTS: HARRY ERST, F. S. CI LBERT, Bass. The Originator of Gilbert's Open., Co. ARTHUR ROBSON, LOUIS ROYAL, Teno England's Finest Male Soprano. A 61101 SIDNEY CLIFFORD, HECTOR BAIN, Tlio Famous Bass of the Turner Opera The Scottish Baritone. Co. Supported by the Splendid Choir of SO VOICES 20 "Cude 1 the Direction of Ernest Wolfe. The Second Part of the Programme will include many NOVELTIES Submitting Plantation Dances and Mirth-Provoking Interludes. General Manager Harry Benet Stage Director Wally Scott. Musical Director Ernest Wolfe. Advance Manager Arthur Burgoyne. Pit, 2d. Gallery, 3d. Pit Stalls, 4d. Stalls, 6d. Circle, 9d. 'Tax id. Tax id. Tav id. Tax id. Tax 2d. Total 21d. 4d. 5d. 7d. 11 d. Prepaid Small Advertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. s. d. s. d. s. d. 12 words 0 6 1 3 2 0 on 0 9 1 9 3 0 fl i 0 '2 3 4 0 1 1 3 2 9 5 0 u 1 « 3 » 0 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements ^-APari-, ments, Situations (Vacant or Y\ anted) To Let, Lost or Found.. and Miscellaneous Sales and \N Properties for Sale or Wanted a double above rate. Remittances mav be made by Postal Orders or half-penny stamps. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, 19 Cardiff Street, Abeidore All replies to be called for at the Office. Advertisers who desire to have replies sent to them should forward wtMnps. WANTED. SECONDHAND Furniture bought in s any quantities.—Apply to Mears. Furniture Dealer, -2 Wind Sueet, Aberdare. 1 „ SECOND-HAND Violm and Case, complete. State price. Applj S complete. State price.-Apply hy letter, J3, "Leader" Ofiice. /GENERAL. Good home. — v., VT Leader "i Office- CLEAN Girl, just left school.— "Leader'" Office. ¡ Leader" Office. SITUATION wanted as clerk or assistant in office work tor girl ,ust left school; 14i years. — Apply.. ce' H D., Leader Office. (10RKS. — Representative- req aired j bv Firm Importers. Reliable connection necessary amongst brewers and bottlers, etc. Good commission.- ,kppl)-, B.B., "Leader" Office. 4 n' experienced strong girl tor A. bottUag stores.—Lloyd, Commer- cial Street, Aberdare. WANTED. RESPECTABLE General. Apply, Oá1} Inn, Wind St., Aberdare. GROCERY.—Wanted a smart young lady, 20 to 25. With experience in the trade preferred.—Apply by letter, G. "Leader Office, Aberdare. GENTLEMAN requires bedroom and sitting room. Easy distance from town. Terms moderate. Reply by let- ter to C.L., "Leader" Office. SHED to keep motor car. Must be dry.-R,&Ply to A.B., "Leader'' Office. APARTMENTS wanted. Abernant A Road preferred. Young couple. State terms, etc.-Apply, 8P., 'Leader' Office. GENT'S Second-hand Bicycle. Good condition; low frame, 26in. wheel. J., "Leader Office. SHARP Lad for Ironmongery. Apply personally, Pardoe and Son, 22 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. GOOD General.—Apply, Miss Moses, Redcroft, Llwydcoed. LODGINGS by young man near JU River Level Pit, Abernant.-X5, "Leader" Office. BUSINESS man wants 6 roomed house. Rent, inclusive of rates, to be 8s. to 10s. weekly. Careful ten- ants. Regular payers. In Aberdare or within easy reach. Apply, Z., "Leader" Office. DRESSMAKING. — Young Ladies Wanted as Apprentices, must be energetic.—Mrs. Rowland, 26 Tany- bryn Street, Aberdare. AMBITIOUS Women, Girls and A Youths wanted immediately to train as Clerks, Shorthand-Typists, Book-keepers and Secretaries. Quick inexpensive home training. Good posi- tions waiting when qualified. For free illustrated booklet describing these and many other openings, apply the Regis- trar, International Correspondence Schools, 269 Kingsway, W.C., or Local I.C.S. Manager, 17 Belle Vue, Treforest. < EMPIRE T MOUNTAIN ASH. Resident Planager EDPIOND PERRY. OIL TWICE NIGHTLY. OIL WEEK COMMENCING MAY 22nd. ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA CD. Late CASTELLANO OPERA CO., I That created such a sensatioh in London and Cardiff. ARTISTES: Miss Annie Annetta. Miss Annita Barone. Miss Hilda Moris. Miss Beatrice Hill. Miss Vera Neilson. Miss Agnes Marshall. Miss May Quisk. Miss Rita Dean. Miss Elsie Lvnham. Miss Gistrad Haves. Mr. John Child. Mr. Evan Jones. Sig. Giovani Bonibacioni. Mr. Tom Griffiths. Mr. George Neilson. Mr. S. Flasheey. Mr. George Rhodes. Mr. Charles Armund. Mr. Joseph Griffiths. Mr. Jack Thomas. Mr. Albert SttVllle. Conductors: Mr. Ciocomo Wehils and Mr. Boris Mogelesky. FULL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA. Monday-MARITANA. Tuesday-DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT. Wednesday-IL TROVATORE. SPECIAL NOTICE. | Early Doors will be open for the convenience of those wish- j ing to avoid the crush. j Early Doors tc Pit and Pit Stalls 2d. and 3d. extra. ¡ Stalls and Orchestra Stalls 3d. extra. j THE OFFICIAL WAR OFFICE FILM i will be shown during the Early Doors. 1- -_I Thupsday-LILY OF KILLARNEY. Friday-FAUST. Saturday-BOHEMIAN GIRL. Seats may be booked in advacne. Prices of Admission—Ordinary Doors, 3d., 4d., 6d. & 9d. j -I FOR SALE. REAL Good Talking Parrot, L4; or exchange good gun or clothing. Can be heard any time. 7 days approv- al.—18 Gadlys Road, Aberdare. HORSE and Van. Cheap.—Apply, Hill and Co., Court Room, Aber- dare. LADY'S Cycle, as new, £ 3 5s.—Ap- ply, 274 Cardiff Road, Aberaman. DAY Old Chicks, Barred Rocks and R.I. Reds, best pedigree layers, 9d. each.—Jones, 3 Broncynon Terrace, Aberdare. MERICAN Roll-Top Desk and A Safe. Also horse, cart and harness. Cheap. Owner grouped.— Apply, F.A.B., "Leader" Office. AMERICAN Organ. Cheap. In good condition. Can be seen at 20 Trevor Street, Aberdare. OMS.-Adults or puppies, cheap.— JL Watkins, Liberal Club, Aberdare. FULL-size Billiard Table for Sale; splendid condition; Wrights makers.—Watkins, Liberal Club, Aber- dare. CBOLLARD & COLLARD Overstrung J Piano, Rosewood Case, Returned from Concert Hire. Cash Bargain, 234. 10 years warranty.—Harmston's Music Stores, Aberdare. FINEST Laying Strains. — White Leghorns, White Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons. Eggs from 4a. Un- j fertiles replaced. Chicks from 8s. 3roody hens.—Da vies, Fruiterer, Jubi- lee Road, Aberaman. HEARSES, Coaches and Sheliberes —several at reduced prioes, and second-hand 240, equal to new. C&sh or special terms. Photos and particu- lars free.-Marston's, Hearse Works, 24 Bradford Street, Birmingham. MISCELLANEOUS. ACTUAL test proves that Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, produces double the eggs from the very same food. Packets 2d., 6d., Is.-John Davies, Corn Merchant, Duke, Street, Aberdare. CHICKENS thrive amazingly, lay- C ing 2-oz. eggs at 6 months old on Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, but no irritant what- ever. Packets 2d., 6d., Is.-John Davies, Corn Merchant, Duke Street, Aberdare. JFLNE & CO., 18b Whitcombe M Street, Aberdare, are buying and telling Second-hand Furniture. FOR ALL KINDS OF ARMY AND RAILWAY CLOTHING Call at Army & Railway Stores, 15 Cardiff Road, Aberdare (Opposite Full Moon). Army Boots a speciality. N.B.— Second-hand Clothing Bought and Sold. SOLDIERS! ALL LADIES AND GENTLEMEN desirious of doing another good turn for our GALLANT SOLDIERS, kindly encourage the CIRL CUIDES by your presence at their GARDEN PARTY AND SALE on THURSDAY NEXT, MAY 25th. Admission, is. Tea extra. — TO LET. BEDROOM and sitting, suitable for one or two lady friends. Bath h.c.-Apply, L.L., leader Office. Apply, Eagle kJ Hotel, Aberdare. DOUBLE Fronted Lock-up Shop and Cellar.—Apply 60a Sevmour St., Aberdare. HOUSE and Shop, 4 Thomas Street, Miskin, Mountain Ash, to let.— Apply, Landas Villa, Aberdare Road, Mountain. Ash. TWO Shops in best position in St. David's Square, Cwmaman. — Apply, Herbert, Cwmaman. TACK to let for Cattle and Ponies.-— Apply, Durbin. Belmont, Aber- aman. HOUSE, Shop and Warehouse, 20 Cardiff Street.—Applv, 29 Stuart Street. COMFORTABLE Rooms. Centre of town. Suit two ladies.-Apply, D.J., Leader Office. TWO Furnished Rooms or Three Unfurnished Rooms in respect- able locality. Only respectable people need apply.—Write F.A., "Leader" Office, Mountain Ash. COMFORTABLE lodgings or rooms, suit married couple, young men or ladies.—Apply, 16 Hawthorn Ter- race. HOME from home, suit one or two respectable young ladies or gentlemen. H. and c. bath. Terms moderate.—Apply, T.D.G., 'Leader' Office. FOUR Rooms, lately occupied by Mr. MacCormack Dentist. — Apply, 2 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. NOTICE TO TRADESMEN AND OTHERS. I THE UNDERSIGNED, will not > be responsible for any debt con- tracted by my wife, May Ingram, 3 Godreaman Street, Godrearman, from this date. FRED INGRAM. 3 Brynmair Road: Godreaman.

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