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_=: THEATRE H8I ROYAL,] laijaxt-rEiYEe. Lesee" THE SOUTH WALES ENTERTAINMENTS Co. MONDAY, MAY 3rd, and during the Week. Important Engagement and First Visit of Miss EMMA HUTCHISON and Mr. PERCY HUTCHISON'S COMPANY, including Miss EDYTH GOODALL, Miss MOIRA CREEGAN, Mr. HERBERT FORD, Mr. A. B. IMESON, in [ "IDOLS; | Adapted from IW. J, LOCKE'S Novel of that name by Roy HORNIMAN. The Play is produced from the GARRICK THEATRE by arrangement with Miss EVELYN MILLARD. Doors Open 7.15. Commence 7 45. Circle, 2s. Stalls, Is. 6d. Pit, I s. Gallery, 6d. MARKET HALL, /1' BRECON. Grand C AIR EISTEDDFOD will be held on MONDAY, MAY 17th, 1909, to commence at 11.30. PRINCIPAL ITEMS. C&TBF CHORAL for MALE VOICl^—Tte Voice^ of tbo^Torrcnt.—Prizes, U0 and Silver Cup. CHATRTXTP TTTIR RARD Vocal and Instrumental Solo^, Duets, Recitations, &C. wr-TaTT •1 f VhP%vKNiN<s COVCEHT of Madam HUGHES THOMAS'S celebrated WELSH L!?)TeS' in number including many prize winners), just returned from a most successful States. (F PV TO OSCAR WATKIVS, Eisteddfod Secretary, Brecon. SAtl&'ISS &S M.. p«T h» M. b»tb,«s CLOSE APK.L gth. DOWLAIS CHAMBER OF TRADE nSL< EISTEDDFOD, In the Dowlais Schools Playground, WHIT MONDAY, 1909. Musical Adjudicators-DAN PRICE, Esq,, Prof. R.C.M., London. aiusica J DAVID THOMAS, Esq., M.A., Mua. Bac., Swansea. OVER M105 IN PRIZES. MAT F VOTOF PHOIR £ 45 CONGREGATIONAL, £ 25. JUVENILE, £ 10. MALE VOICE CHOIK, ^0CaL solos> £ 2 2s> EACH. Substantial Prizes for Instrumental Solos, Penillion Singing, Alusical Composition, Ambulance, Timbering, and other Contests. Programmes, 2d., Post Free, from the Gen. Sec. Mr. David ReNl, Ormonde. Honim, Dowltia. 1 GWENt CHAIR EISTEDDFOD KHYMNEY, MON. WHIT-TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1909. —. (a) "All Men, all Things," Chief Choral m <b> "cwsg, Fuwr, cwsg,' *»*ww Second Choral "Daybreak" £ 30 Male Voices "Voice of the Torrents" f,25 Ladies' Choirs "Yr Baf" £ 15 Juvenile Choirs "Haste not, Rest not" illo Boys' Choirs "Tiger, Tiger" £ 5 Pryddest "Anian" f,5 a Chadair Gwent Prif Draethawd Dyfedol Cymrn" all S330 SOLOS, TWO GUINEAS EACH. Quartette, Duet, Cywydd, Can, Englyn, Translation, Kecitations, Mining, Ambulance, Wand Drills, &c. Pul I particulars in Programme, Price 2d., from the Secretary. I. W. EDWARDS, THE TERRACE, RHYMNEY. The Goods Speak for Themselves." This may certainly be said of the —— BESPOKE TAILORING OF MORGAN BROTHERS, 136, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. WE FIT THE I I HARD, HARD, TO FIT. You don't know how ranch real satisfaction there is in a Coat that is MADE FOR YOU if you have not tried it. You get just what you want of extr» pockets or particular fancies, hke a velvet collar or silk facings. Kfita your figure too, like no ready-to-wear garment can pom- bly do. We guarantee a perfect fit in the most fashionable style. BUSINESS SUITS IN SPRING SUITINGS from 35/6 | LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS from • ■ • 30/" 3 LADIES' TAILORED COSTUMES. We have aimed to make this the best store for Hats and Caps Best in quality is none too good fer us and our Customers. NEW STYLES FOR SPRING NOW READY. GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS, HOSE. GLOVES, TIES, ETC. I Sole Agents for J. Pscx & Co's Specialities for Butchers and Provision Dealers. 1 WIRE BlilWISS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE FOR WIRE BLINDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IS N.ff W. K. LEE & Co. 's, 89, Cardiff Road, Aberdare. ESTABLISHED OVER 50 YEARS. FRANK JELLEYMAN, 1, m TUNl EXPERT. The Arcade. MERTHYR, (Late W. Price and Davies.) T. PRICE DAVIES, BONE-SETTER, so QWERNYFED," THE WALK, (Near Park Chapel), MERTHYR, Where he can be consulted-and cases treated for all DISLOCATIONS, MUSCULAR, INJCROCS, DIS- PLACED CARTILAGES, &c., &c., on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS; also at MARKET TAVERN, ABIRDARK, every TUES- DAy from 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and CARPENTERS ARMS, POBTH, every THURSDAY from 11.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. OPUMR Carrl Games. New pattern book of latest designs in Stationery for round Games, Progressive Wh st Invitation and Scoring Cards, Progressive Bridge, Wh st Invitation and Scoring Cards, Progressive Bridge, Golf Whist, "Afternoon Tea" Game Cards, "Press Letter" Flower Romance, Primroses, Pansies, The Game of Ases," etc. The Invitation and Scoring Cards are boxed in dozens, and can be supplied in small quan- tities as required from 1/- per dozen. H, W, Southey & JaiI,' M-" l1uWn;IW- r'- ¿- _ø- BA»qQBD, FIFTH ANNUAL Cha,ir EISTEDDFOD MONDAY, MAY 10th, 1909. MUSICAL ADJUDICATORS D. R. LEWIS, Esq., F.T.S.C., Brynaman and T. HUGHES, Esq., F.T.S.C., Llwynhendy. LITBRARY ADJUDICATORS Dvfnallt," Ponty- pridd, and Rev. T. DAVIES, Bargoed. PRINCIPAL ITEMS MALE VOIOHS, The Reveille" (Elgar) £21 MIXED CHOIRS, "Hallelujah Chorus" (Handel) £21) CONGREGATIONAL CHOIBS £5 JUVENILE CHOIBS ■ £ 6 BOYS' CHOIRS -J. £ O AMBULANCE £5 PBYDDBST-£2, and a valuable Chair, and num- erous other competitions. All Entries must reach Secretary by April 26th, 1909 Further particu!ars see Programme, LID- post free—w. The 21 sf Annual EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HXLD AT Caerphilly Castle RECENTLY VISITED BY ROYALTY (By kind permission of the Most Hon. the Marquess of Bute), on WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 31, 1909. COMPETITIONS Chief Choral, Great and Wonderful," £40, and Gold Medal. Male Voice Choirs, The Reveille," £25, and Gold Medal. Juvenile Choirs, "A Shepherd's Lullaby," J315. Vocal and Instrumental Solos £1 11s. 6d. each. Poetry and Recitations. Good Prizes for Ambulance Teams. CHEAP TRAINS FROM ALL PARTS. Programmes ld. each, to be had of the Secre- tary, Mr. J. D. HUGHES, Rho«ynf», Caerphilly. PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF PONT. NEATH VAUCHAN. THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Chair EISTEDDFOD will be held at the above place (in a Spacious Pavilion) on SATURDAY, JUJLY 3rd, 1909 ADJUDICATORS-Music: Mr. D. W. LEWIS, F.T.S O., Brynaman, and Mr. R. D. H. PRICK, L.T.S.C., Swansea. Litera- ture—Mr. LL. GRIFFITHS, Cwmavon, and Mr. LItWIS DAVIKS, G. and L., Cymmer. CHIEF EVENTS- Mixed Choirs, Ar Don o Flaen Gwyntoedd" (Parry), not under 50 voices, 10s. to each un&uc- cessful Conductor JB15 Male Voice, Martyrs of the Arena," not under 35 voices £10 Juvenile Choir, "The Stream and the Flower (T. Price), for Children under 16 years of ago Drum and Fife Bande, Own Selection jB4 4s. Solos, each -jells. Competitions for Ambulance, Ode, Eiaay, Reci- tations, Questions on Coal Mining, etc. For full particulars see Programmes, now ready, lid. by poet, from Mr. R. J. HUGHES, 46, High-eto., Glynneatb. 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EVERY Subscriber of One Guinea becomes entitled to an impression on India Paper of a CHARMING ETCHING or to select from amongr the many fine Engravings and Etchings previously issued by the Society, and also to the chance of A PRIZE IN THE ANNUAL DRAWING. For full particulars apply to the local agent, ISAAC WILKS, 14, GlebeJand-street, Merthyr. ■■ MERTHYR TYDFll TURKISH BATHS Hot and Cold Water Baths SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS have been made for an experienced trained Nurse to be in attendamce on Tuesdays (ladies' day). Mr. JOHN PORTER baft had over 20 years practical experience at some of the best establishments m the country, and is making arrangements for the Naupein Treatment, in addition to Sulphur Brine Pine, Sulphur Vapour, Pine Vapour and PlainVapour Baths at reasonable charges. LADIES' DAY, TUESDAYS. Please Note Address— Below Parish Church. Sgoldehretorhsi WECtgTEgEO mm Facsimile One-Ourux Packet. Archer's Golden Returns Perfection of Pipe Tobacco. CoOL, SWTCFT» AWP yuAORAWT. 1- .n_ TREDEGAR HORSE SHOW & PARADE WILI. EK HELD ON Monday, June 28th, 1909. iE75 IN PRIZES. TROTTING AND GALLOWAY RACES. AMBULANCE AND TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. Schedules and Particulars from Secretaries :— J. DAVIKS, Coronation Villa. A. H. HICKS, Castle-street. Aberaman Horse Show MAY 24th, 1909. EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION At the Aberaman Park. PRESIDENT I)R. FINNEY. A:200 in Cash Prizes. Classes for Driving, Riding, Jumping, Trotting, Galloping, and Yeomanry Turn-out. SCHEDULES READY. REES, Secretary, Broad Oak, Aberaman.

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