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THEATRE IK ROYAL,1 MERTHYK. Lesees THE SOUTH WALES ENTERTAINMENTS Co. MONDAY, APRIL 26th, FOR SIX NIGHTS. Mr. H. ARMITAGE presents a revival of the great Haymarket Theatre Success- A Village Priest By SYDNEY GRUNDY. As played by Mr, H. Beerbobm Tree for upwards of a year. The Company includes— CAMPBELf GOLDSMID, CHARLES HARTOPP, HENRY NUNN, MARION FAWCETT, MABELL DURRANT, VIOLET THOROLD, ETHEL HARDACRE, FLORENCE DULHUNTLY, and WILLIAM F. GRANT (as the "Abbe Dubois," a part he played innumerable times through Australia). Doors Open 7.15. Commence 7 45. Circle, 2s. Stalls, 5 s- 6d. Pit, I s. Gallery, 6d. Ebb-w- Vale Choral Society. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5th, 1909, MAKXET MAY-AIL., BBBW VALE, Grand Performance of Dr. EDWARD ELGAR'S wonderful composition 'THE DREAM OF GERONTIUS' CHORUS OF 170 VOICES, FULL GRAND ORCHESTRA under Mr. A. W. BATHOLOMEW, Newport, including the pick from the renowned Bath Pumproom Orchestra, Conductor Mr. TOM DAVIES. AccompanistMiss JENNIE DAVIES. Artistes :—GSBONTIOS (Tenor), Mr. JOHN BARDSLEY. ANGEL (Soprano', Miss GERTRUDE LONSDALE. THE PUISST (Bass) Mr. HAMILTON HARRIS CURTIS, Gold Medallist, R.M.C.M. First appearance of the Artistes in the District. Prices of Admission from 1/- to 3/6 (reserved). Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence 8 o'clock. MARKET HALL, /f\ BRECON. Grand CHAIR EISTEDDFOD will be held on MONDAY, MAY I7th, 1909, to commence at 11.30. PRINCIPAL ITEMS. nrrnrir PTTORAL for MALE VOICES—"The Voice of the Torrent."—Prizes, £ 40 and Silver Cup. XrTXFT") CHORAL—" Ar don o flaen Gwyntoedd."—Prizes, £ 20. TTTVFVILFCHORAL-" March like the Victors.Prizes. £ 10. rRATRTMG THE BARD, Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Duets, Recitations, &c. enaacement for the KVKNING CONCERT of Madam HUGHES THOMAS'S celebrated WELSH LADIES CHOIR (22 in number including many prize winners), just returned from a most successful KtAm^for^IBLFof "Subjects (free) to OSCAR "VVATKINS. Eisteddfod Secretary, Brecon. Official Programme ready ahout May 10th. price 2d.. post free 3d. ENTRIES CLosr" APRIL 26th. DOWLAIS CHAMBElt OF TliADE First Great JcLiX.Jl JisJLI jJJ? \JU^ In the Dowlais Schools Playground, WHIT MONDAY, 1909. Musical Adjudicators—DAN PRICE, 15-q,, Prof. R.C.M., London. DAVID THOMAS, Esq., M.A., Mus. Bac., Swansea. OVER MIOS IN PRIZES. MALE VOICE CHOIR, £ *15. CONGREGATIONAL, £ 25. JUVENILE, £ 10. vuivn. v, A'-OCAL SOLOS, £ 2 2*. EACH. Substantial Prizes for Instrumental S'.los, Penillion Singing, Musical Composition, Ambulance, ° iii-,ji,ring, and other Contests. Programmes, 2d., Post Free, from the Gen. Sec. Mr. David Rep", Oiroo-.rfc, T T>rvi-.K t. GWENT CHAIR EISTEDDFOD RHYMNEY MOIST. WHIT-TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1909. Chief Choral £ 100 Second Choral Daybreak £ 20 Male Voices "Voice of tlio Torrents" £ 25 Ladies' Choirs "Yr lIaf" £15 Juvenile Choirs "Haste not, Kest not" £10 Boys' Choirs Tiger, Tiger" £5 Pryddest Aiiiaii" £ 5 a Chadair Gwent Prif Draethawd "Dyfodol Cymru" £ 3 3 0 SOLOS, TWO GUINEAS EACH. Quartette, Duet, Cywydd, Can, Engiyu, Translation, Kecitations, Mining, Ambulance, Wand Drills, &c. Full particulars in Programme, Price 2d., from the Secretary, 1. W. EDWARDS, THE TERRACE, RHYMNEY. Ð4..RGOED FIFTH ANNUAL Chair EISTEDDFOD MONDAY, MAY 10th, 1909. MUSICAL ADJUDICATORS :-D. R. LEWIS, Esq F.T.S.C., Brynaman; and 1. HUGHES, Esq., F Tis.C., Llwynhendy. LITERARY ADJODIHATOBS Dyfnallt," Ponty- pridd, and Rev. T. DAVIES, Bargoed. PRINCIPAL ITEMS MAL* VOIOKS, "The Reveille" (Elgar) JS21 MIXED CHOIRS, "Hallelujah Chorus" (Handel) £ 20 UONGRKGATIONAL CHOIKS £ 5 JUVENILE CHOIRS £ ° BOYS' CHOIRS £6 AMBULANCE £5 Us PBYDDEST— £ 2, and a valuable Chair, and num- erous other competitions. e u. All Entries must reach Secretory by April 2Gth, 1909. Further particulars see Programme, lid. post free.—W. WILLIAMS, Secretary, o, West st reet, Bargoe'i. PENGM & FLEUR-DE-LIS GRAND Challenge Cup EISTEDDFOD MONDAY JULY 5th, in a Spacious Marquee. ADJUDICATORS—Music, Mr. T. Gabriel. F.T.S.C., Bargoed; Mr. W. J. Evans, Aherdare. Recitations, Mr. James Powell Abcrbargoed. CIIIKF KVKNTS -Mi\ed Chorus, Oh how great is Thy poodness," b.v triwin Jones, L T.S.C., Pergam; first prize, £ 15 and a valuable Silver Cup, given by Dr. Davies, C C., J.P., New Tredegar. Male Voices, Helea^ured," Sulli- van first prize, S12 and a valuable Silver Cup for the successful conductor. Not-The Pensram and Fleur-de- Lis Male Voice Party will not compete in this contest. Don't forcet the Date, Monday. July 5th, 11)09. Entries close June 28th. Programmes lid., by pot 2d. Good Prizes given for Solos, etc. Secretaries, F. Trahar and D. Morgan, Pengam. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, THE WALK, MERTHYR. PRSACHBR NBXT SU-CIDAY- REV. J. LLOYD WILLIAMS (PASTOR) Subject-" FIRST THINGS FIKST." Boloist Miss ANNIE REES. Dowlais. Services at 11 a.m. avk6 6 p.m. FRANK JELLFYMAN, TUNING EXPERT. The Arcade, MERTHYR. Aberaman Horse Show MAY 24tliy 1909. EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION At the Aberaman Park. PRESIDENT DR. FINNEY. a200 in Cash Prizes. Classes for Driving, Riding, Jumping, Trotting, I Galloping, and Yeomanry Turn-out. SCHEDULES READY. REES, Secretary, Broad Oak, Aberaman. DRILL HALL, Merthyr Tydfll. A Miscellaneous Concert and Exhibition OF ANIMATED PICTURES Illustrating the work of DR. SARMARDOS HOMES, Will take place ON SATURDAY, MAY 1st, 1909. Solos. Duetts, &(, will be rendered bv local ladies and .wentlemen. Chairman—His Worchip the Mayor (Aid. ° A. Wilson, J.P.). Speaker Mr. F. E. RAINER, London. Admission, 1/ 6d.. and 3d. Tickets may be obtained of Mr. Martin Evans, 49. High-Street, Merthyr. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8 p.m. CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT at 3,30 p.m. Admission—One Penny. On SUNDAY EVENING, there will be a SACRED SERVICE at the Temperance Hall. Animated Pictures of Dr. Barnardo's Homes will be shown. Commencing at 8.15. Admission Free. Collection at the doors. i H-f WCHER& I iGGLDEHRETORHS i Facsimile oj One-Ounce l'ackst. I Ardier's Mefprsis | The of Pico 1 J* r «* A v. TAFARNAUBACH, (Within the area of the Tredegar District Council.) THE STOCK FAIR (Successfully held for the last three years after a lapse of 64 years), On MONDAY, MAY 3rd, 1909, A Rood supply of PONIES, SHEEP, PIGS, POULTRY and RABBITS. Special Railway accommodation at Nantybwch station. Hurdles provided for pigs, sheep, &c. CHARLES HUTTON, Hon. Sec' TABERNACLE, MERTHYR. Champion Solo Competition And ANNUAL MONSTRE TEA ON MONDAY, MAY 10th, 1909. Open Solo Competition for Male or Female. Competitor to choose own solo. First Prize, 10/6 Second Prize, 5/ The names of the competitors must be sent to J. DYKIN PRICE. 108, Brecon Road, Merthyr, on or before May 6th. 1909. Spiritualist Council of Wales opened permanently at BENTLEY'S HALL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY NEXT, April 26th, 1909. Afternoon 3 and Evening 6.30. Mr. Walter James, Penarth. Mrs. ROSE, Newport (Clairvoyant). TREVETHICK HALL. MONDAY NIGHT, 8 p.m., Clairvoyance and P.sychometry- Mrs. ROSE, Newport.

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