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Empire Theatre Mountain Ash. Sole Proprietor SYDNEY VEREKER 6.30 Twice Nightly. 8.30 Mr. Leonard Mortimer Regrets his inability to perform the first 3 nights of the week owing to serious illness, but he will POSITIVELY APPEAR at each performance This Night (Thursday), Friday and Saturday in the great drama 'The City of Sighs & Tears' First Pantomime at the Empire Monday, April 30, and during the week. The Screaming Funny Pantomime LITTLE JACK HORNER Presented by NELSON BURRETT. Including SID STANTO and his wonderful Dog, | W. H. GAY (Champion Dancer) and CLIFF MACKENZIE (Light Comedian). Star cast of First Class Artists and Full Chorus. ONE OF THE BEST ATTRACTIONS TOURING. PRICES OF ADMISSION 3d. Cd. ad. Id. Bovernment Tax ld. ld. ld. 2d. AMOUNT TO PAY Cd. ad. Td. lid. Prepaid Small Avertisements. Inserted at the following specially low rates:- One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. 12 words 0 9 1 9 3 0; 20 „ 1 0 2 6 4 0 28 I 1 3 3 3 5 0 86 „ 1 6 4 0 6 0 44 „ 1 9 4 9 7 0 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements:—Apart- ments. Situations (Vacant or Wanted). ¡ To Let, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Sales and Wants. Trade Advertisements will be charged hn additional 50 per cent. Properties for Sale or Wanted at double above rate. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, 19 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. All replies to be called for at the Office. Advertisers who desire to have replies sent to them should forward stamps. FOR SALE. GRAMOPHONE and 220 Records, 2 G Horns and Recorder. In perfect going order. Real bargain,-25 Duffryn Street, Mountain Ash. GOOD Second-hand Piano, £ 15. Piano, nearly new, £ 32. Magni- ficent Piano in Walnut, 235 cash. Pianos are very scarce. Cash Buyers are advised to see the above at Phillips, 5 Canon Street, Aberdare. FOLDING Baby Carriage. Practi- callv new.—Radford, 2 Beddoe Street, Aberaman. TWO Violins—1 Stainer Model: 1 Duke. London (stamped) Par- ticulars on application. 10 Neville Terrace, Gadlys, Aberdare. A SECOND-HAND Broadwood Piano. Cheap.—Apply, Victor Freed, Mourifein Ash. SECOND-HAND Singer's Sewing Machine.—Apply, Victor treed, Mountain Ash. SEVEN Feet handsomely carved «ak sideboard. Original cost £ 50. Will sell for;ClS 18s. Great opportulll- tv for hotel proprietot-s.-Victorl"reed, Mountain Ash, C1AMPINES Eggs and Broody Hens. j Chidgey, Derihir Farm, Llwyd- coad, Aberdare. BRED to Lay from the finest blood in the Kingdom. White Leg- horns, White Wyandottes, Buff Or- pingtons, Anconas, Rhode 1. Reds. Eggs for Sitting from 5s. to 6d dozen; unfertiles replaced, or 15 iaot replaced. Chicks double. Broody lieus. Davies, Fruiterer, Jubilee Road, Aberaman. EGGS for Sitting. — R.I.R., Leg- horns and Wyandottes. Eggs, 4s. 6d. per dozen. Chickens, double. No better layers than the parents of -these.—Stephens, 10 George Street, Aberaman. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. TWO Houses, Nos. 25 Gorsedd St. and 15 Beadon Street, Mountain Ash.—Apply, J. Davies, 4 Dillington j. Terrace, Penrlllwcelber. PROPERTIES WANTED. WANTED to purchase seven roomed house .in or near town.—Apply, W. R. Jones, 21 Cardiff Street, Aber- dare. I NOTICE. 1 CATHERINE MARY WHITCOMBE, 8 9 Griffith Street, Aberdare, wife of Sergt. J. J. Whitcombe, 9th Welsh Regt., now out in France, hereby de- clare that anyone making false state- ments about my character will be im- mediately prosecuted. Signed, (Mrs.) CATHERINE MARY WHITCOMBE. TO LET. ROGGH Grazing Land around Aber- dare Merthyr Colliery, Hirwain Common.—Apply/ Agent, Bute Es- tate Office, Cardiff. RESPECTABLE Lodgings near Black Lion Crossing. Suit friends.—Apply, 1 Leader Office. BEDROOM and Sitting-room, with JD attendance. Moderate terms. — Apply, B.Z., Leader Office. 11 ROOMED House in pleasant L position in Aberdare. Immed- iate possession.—Apply, A, "Leader" Office. TO BE LET OR SOLD. HOUSE and Shop, 4 Nith Street (Corner of Wind St.).—Apply 31 Albert Street after 6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS. THE GLYN NEATH Fanciers'Asso- ciation will hold an Exhibition of Poultry and Vegetables on August 23, 1917, at Glyn Neath.—Further particu- lars apply D. Biggs, Secretary. IT is easy to rear every chick to lay at six months old if you sprinkle Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, regularly over their soft food. 2d., 6d., Is.—Jones, 9 Oxford Street, Mountain Ash. NO DEAD CHICKS.—To make your poultry pay, you must rear every chick, and the only sure way to do this is to feed them for the first three weeks exclusively on Armitage's No. 1 Origin- al Dry Chick Food, and follow on with Armitage's No. 2 Crow-On Chicken Mixture, and Armitage's No. J Small Chicken Corn. Manufactured by Ar- mitage Brothers, Ltd., Poultry Food Specialists, Nottingham.—Sold by D. J. Price, Royal Stores, Penrhiwceiber; W. L. Herbert, Herbert Stores, Cwm- aman, Aberdare; John Davies, Duke Street, Aberdare; T. L. Castree, Corn Merchant, Mountain Ash; Jones Bros., Margaret Street, Abercynon; R. H. Pugh, Margaret Street, Abercynon. CATARRH Deafness, Influenza, C Bronchitis; Laryngitis, Hay Fever and Colds, all suffering from these ailments should not delay in pos- sessing a PYNINHALER. Particulars of this quick and effective remedv can be had gratis. Write now for free booklet, Pyninhaler, 119 Haydons Park Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W. 19. -IHIP,OPODY.-Corns, Bunions, In- '.J growing Toe-Nails are dealt with scientific methods by a certificated chiropodist. Residences visited any- ,here in district. Moderate fees. fiewis, 1 Canon Street (Oppcsite Post Office), Aberdare. | FINE Sc CO., 18b Whitcombe « Street, Aberdare, are buying celling Second-hand Furniture. SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BOUGHT and SOLD AT SILVERMAN'S ARMY • £ 5 STORES, 15 CARDIFF ROAD, ABERDARE. (Opposite Full Moon Hotel.) Army Boots a Speciality. LLOYDS BANK LIMITED. I Owing to the shortage of the Staff through Military Service the CWMAMAN Office will be Closed for the duration of I WAR, on and after the 1st MAY, 1917. DEFENCE OF THE REALM. NOTICE. ANY Person oi* Persons Trespassing on or Damaging ALLOTMENTS will be guilty of a summary offence against the Defence of the Realm Regu- lations, and are liable to a penalty not exceeding £100 and six months im- prisonment. By Order, W. R. MORGAN, Clerk. The Aberdare Urban District Council, Town Hall, Aberdare. QUAKERS' YARD. TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE. Mr. D. W. HOWELL, F.A.I., has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Royal Hotel, Treharris, on Thursday, May 3rd, 1917 (at 6 p.m. sharp), subject to such con- ditions of sale as shall be then and there produced:— All that substantial messuage or dwelling-house known as "Danygraig Villa," Cefn Clas, Quakers' Yard. The premises are held for 99 years from the 1st day of January, 1897, at the annual ground rent of £ 4. This property contains Three Rooms on the ground floor and Four Bedrooms on the first. floor. The outbuildings consists of Stables and Piggeries. There is also a large Garden, measuring about 1 rood 34 perches, mope or less, and containing a number of Fruit Trees, and also some spare land suitable for Poultry rearing or other domestic uses. Possession will be given on completion of purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Metropolitan Chambers, Mountain Ash, or to Cwilym Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Bank Chambers, Moun- tain Ash. NOTICE. Re Felix Lewis, late of 56 Dean Street, I Aberdare, Retired Postman, deceased. ALL Persons having any claims as Creditors or as next of kin of the above named deceased, who died on the 10th April, 1917, are requested to forward particulars to me, the under- signed, on or before the 27th April inst. —T. GRIFFITHS, 22 Victoria Sq., Aberdare, Solicitor for the Widow (the intended Administratrix). ROBERTSTOWN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Second Annual FLOWER SHOW Will be held on MONDAY, AUG. 6 (BANK HOLIDAY), 1917. Open Classes for Cardeners, Cottagers. Flowers, Vegetables, & Potato Peeling. Drawing and Painting for School Children. For Schedules, apply-E. J. Evans, Secretary, 24 Philip St., Robertstown, Aberdare. WANTED. YOUNG Lady Clerk, shorthand typ- ist preferred. — Letter, F.A., Leader Office, Mountain Ash. OFFICE Desk and Furniture, Second-hand Linoleum.—Letter, F.A., Leader Office, Mountain Ash. YOUNG Lady with drapery counter experience. Welsh. — Apply, Masters &. Co. (Clothiers), Ltd., Aber- dare. WANTED to Buy a Second-hand Piano, to suit learner. Apply by letter giving price, to F.O.. Leader Office. A CAPABLE General Seri-,tiit.- I)- A ply. Housekeeper, Bee Hive, Aberdare. YOUNG Ladies from 4 to 6 years' ex- perienc-e for Manchester* Counter, Al)i)iv, Powell and Jones, Bee Hive, Aberdare. piOOK-GENERAL. State experience j, and salary required.—Apply, J. H. Powell and Son, Emporium, Cwm- ainan. LADY Teacher.—Apply, giving par- ticulars of qualifications, to D., Leader Office, Aberdare. IMMEDIATEIiY. a good, honest -L girl, 18 to 25. A good home and good wages given.—Apply, M. John, Conwil Dairy, Fforchaman Road, Cwm- aman. WANTED temporarily by the Aber- dare Urban District Council Two Expert Shorthand Typists (Male or Female). Commencing" salary, 30s. per week..—Apply, giving two refer- ences to Town Hall, Aberdare, on or before Wednesday, May 2nd, 1917. — W. R. Morgan, Clerk", Town Hall, Aberdare. AIR,DRESSING.-W,nteci a re- I-L spectable boy as apprentice. — Apply, Lewis, 1 Canon St., Aberdare. HOUSE in Aberdare. Rent, 25s. to 28s. £ 1 given for key.—Applv, H.O., Leader Offioe. II

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