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Preliminary 1ST otice. NATIONAL LEAGUE OF YOUNG LIBERALS (Merthyr Branch). DRILL HALL, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1910 INAUGURAL MEETING Branch. .s SPEAKERS E. G. HISMMERDE, Esq., K.C., M.P., and EpGAJt JONES, Esq., M.P. SILVER COLLECTION IN AID OF BRANCH. FURTHER PARTICULARS LATER. MOUNTAIN ASH COTTAGE HOSPITAL. 16th ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held on EASTER MONDAY, MARCH 28th, 1910. CHIEF CHORAL (150 to 180 voices) "Thanks be to God," 2100 SECOND CHORAL (60 to 80 voices) "0 Father, whose Almighty power" J625 CHIEF MALE VOICE (60 to80 voices) "The Rising Storm" p. R30 SECOND MALE VOICE (30 to 40 voices) Hymn before action" £10 GIRLS' CHOTR (40 to 50 voices) "The Shepherd" £10 BOYS' CHOIR (30 to 40 voices) The Fairies" £ 8 ACTION SONG, Own Choice £ 5 BRASS BANDS (Class A.) "Schubert" B41 BRASS BANDS (Class B.) "Robin Hood" £20 ELEGY to the late Dr. R. W. JONES, Penrhiwceiber JB15 ,Soprano, 2 Mezzo-Soprano, 3 Contralto, 1 Girl's, 1 Boy's, 3 Tenor, 2 Baritone and 2 Bass Solos, Bg 2s. and £1 Is. each. 2 Open Recitations, £1 Is. each; Children's Recitation. 10/6 FJ8say, £2 2s. Epglyn, 5/ Mining Examinations, F,4 5s. 7 Pianoforte Solos, L2 2a. and BI Is. each. Violin Solo, jBl Is. 2 Harp Solos, £ 1 Is. each. Ambulance Competitions, E5 5a. Adjudicators-Dr. H. WALFORD DAVIES, London; Dr. W. W.^FTOODWOBTH, London; Mr. H. C. Moiiiis, St. David's, Pem. For full particulars see Programmes, now ready, 2d. post free. D. T. EVANS, Secretary. T. HUGHES, Assist. Secretary. THE EYENT OF EASTER. —- ARCDPAl/rNNV chafr Eisteddfod, ADLnUftVLHm Band Contest and Fete, EASTER MONDAY, March 28th, 1910. NEARLY M400 IN FRIZES. Seven Choral Competitions-Several Vocal and Instrumental Solos-Poem, Essay, Recitation, and Art Tests. CHAMPION BAND CONTEST and CORNET SOLO COMPETITION for Two Silver Challenge Shields, One Silver Cup, and Cash Prizes. EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE FETE, including the Famous La Dor Troupe of Seven Marvellous Acrobats, and Mddle. Tudor with Troupe of Peiforming Ponies. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE FAMOUS FULL MILITARY BAND OF THE ROYAL ENGINEEBS. GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS. Entries close 14th March. Programmes 3d. Sec., Mr. R. H. JACKOON, 11, Priory-rd., Abergaveiiny. THE MERTHYR SELECT SKATING RINK ANGEL BUILDINGS (Entrance Gillar Street). .r. RICHARDSON'S and WINSLOW'S BALL-BEARING SKATES. FINEST QUALITY and MOST PROPERLY LAID FLOOR WITHIN 100 MILES, HIGH-CLASS ORCHESTRA. REFRESHMENT and CLOAK ROOMS. SESSIONS-10 a.m. till 1. 2.30 till 5 p.m. 7 till 10 p.m. Special Session for School Children and Teachers, 5.30 till 7 p.m. CENTRAL SKATING RINK Wellington Street, Merthyr Has Electric Light throughout. Most perfect. -v. Skating Surface in Wales. Only Richardson and Winslow ball-bearing Skates used. PRIVATE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION BY APPOINTMENT OPEN DAILY. Morning-xo to i Admission Free Afternoon-2.30 to 5 Ladies Free. Evening-7 to 10 Admission 6d. Use of Floor with private Skates, 6d. Hire of Skates, Is. Floor Manager-Prof. JOHN J. ROPER. HOPE CHURCH, MERTHYR TYDFIL. RELIGION and SOCIALISM SECOND ADDRESS OF THE SERIES BY THE REV. J. MORGAN JONES, M.A. "On SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, MARCH 13th, 1910, i SERVICE TO COMMENCE AT 6 P.M. ALL ARE CORDIALLY WELCOMED. FLOOKS' LUCKY WEDDING RINGS J i Should be worn by ALL BRIDES who wish for Everlastinf Happiness. 1 |[ — Joys are hidden-joys untold, IfflHK In these little hoops of gold, So remember, charming fair one, 1' I nBlgi 0 When the right time comes to wear one, m (I Hovers love with fairy wings »Irrtr O'er FLOOKS'S lucky wedding ringa. If a suitor you have found, To FLOOKS'S quickly take him round, V BKl In the window you'll behold Plain but beauteous hoops of gold, (> 0 Then you've only got to say, I "Take me in, I'll name the day I" J And when you become his wife, <1 You'll remember all through life, How upon your hand you wear %"—Lucky gold to ward off care, \&hL,.y' Love as well for ever clings 41 To FLOOKS'S Lucky Wedding Ring* PRIVATE ROOM AND ENTRANCE FOR FITTING. 1» .1 USEFUL PRESENT GIVEN WITH EACH WEDDING RING. |j 8 8 W}' T.t:"U AM MVæ=:" .4 ;rFt. .ft, 1!1' Ctl/'DQ, 'WI!&.t.Il.. Branches-54, Tligh 72, Taff Street, Pontypridd. 49 & 50, Pontmorlais Circus, Merthyr )( Tel. P.O. 4a. I BARGOED "S™. EISTEDDFOD WILl, BE HELD ON EASTER TUESDAY, MARCH 29th, 1910. CHIEF EVENTS:— Hale VOICES: "Lead, Kindly Light," C. Morello James ■ • • • £ 25 0 0 MIXED CHOIRS: "How Great is Thy Good- less," Edwin .lonea ■■ 15 0 0 •UVENILE CHOIRS: "Onward," D. Jones, A.C., Bareoed 6 0 0 AWDL (ODE) (and a. Vahrable Chair) 2 2 0 Jfaethawd, L2; Ambulance, £ 5; Quartette, R2 2s. ~Uet, 30s. Solos and Pianoforte Solos, £ 1 Is. each p°etry, Recitations, Musical Compsltions, &c., &c. Pull particulars see Programmes, ld, each (by post lid.), 5?»y be obtained from the Secretaries, W. WILLIAMS, 5, ^est-street. Bargoed; E. W. JO.VES, 40, Greenfield-street, *»*oed.. ST. JOHN'S HALL, Troedyrhiw. Cynhelir EISTEDDFOD Yn y lie uchod DYDD LLU N, EBRILL 4, 1910. ^PRIF DDARN: (a) "Adgyfodiad" (o Lyfr i°Qau y M.C.); (b) "Nantgau" (J. Webber, ^•T.S.C., Abercanaid). j. Unawdau 10s. Adfoddiadau, Barddoniaetb, ^enyddiaeth, Celfyddydwaith ac Ambulance. Rhagleni, Ie. yr un; trwy y post, lAc. Ysgrifenydd; EDWARD MORGAN, 35, Yew-street, Troedyrhiw. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A CHAIR EISTEDDFOD õ will be held at MAESTEG, TUESDAY, 2nd AUGUST, 1910. j CBIKF CHORAL—1st, £ 70; 2nd, £ 20. ) &^COND CHORAL, £ 20. MALE VOICE, £ 20, 2nd, £ cL Pt AGGREGATK PRIZES NEARLY £ 200. grammes shortly. Secretary, 15, Brynijiawr-place, Maesteg. s New Progressive Spiritualists' Temple, TRAMROAD NORTH, PONTMORLAIS. NEXT SUNDAY. MARCH 13th, at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Prof. TIMSON, of Leicester, will occupy the Platform. Clairvoyance at each Meeting. Also MONDAY, MARCH 14t.h, at 2 and 7.30 p.m.. The Ven. ARCHDEACON COLLEY (Dia Natal), Rector of Stockton, Warwickshire, will occupy the Platform. At 2 o'clock Prof. Timson and Archdeacon CoHey will address a Meeting for Ladies only. 7.30 the Ven. Arch- deacon Colley will deliver his famous Lecture, Illus- trated by powerful Oxy-hydro Lime-light Lantern, assisted by Prof. Timson, F.B.P S., Chartered and In- corporated Brain. Nerve and Mental Specialist. Subject, "Psychic Science." Spirit Photography taken by the Ven. Archdeacon Colley. Admission-Front Seats, 6d, and Back Seats, 3d. Proceeds to the Funds cf the Merthyr Spiritualists' New Temple. Horeb Welsh Congregational Church, Penydarren. I THE above Church is prepared to receive Applications for the Post of ORGANIST. Applications, with Testimonials, to be in the hands of the SKCRETART, Mr. J. Lloyd, 15, Peny- bryn Villas, Penydarren, on or before FRIDAY, March 1t;th, 1910. from whom terms and conditions may be obtained. March 8th, 1910. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, THE WALK, MERTHYR. PREACHER NEXT SUNDAY: Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Pastor. I Services at 11 and 6 c'cic^'u I MERTHYR TOWN MISSION HALL I I (Shiloh), CHURCH STREET. j —— j NEXT SUNDAY, GOSVEL ADDRESSES by ( Rev. H. O. JiUGlI&S, Missions. i BOWENs Dowlais. I ^ELECKIOUSLTF OFVLIESTRAL Baud6 J ■ ]| KliiSSli'l II I ■'■h!II"i11 | a«BmtOL I TrBririTlJUSaani'i I II I SSSSZ i 117 DTI* EASTER I fair WW I# EXCURSIONS J W W i £ EVERYWHERE | 8 VISIT THE 0 CORNISH RIVIERA, | y BRITTANY or IRELAND c M Via Plymouth. Via Fiiihguard. !l I Send to nearest G.W. R. Station or Office for full particulars of a EASTER FACILITIES Holiday Haute" 1910 (illustrated, 600 pa.ges), giving lists of Hotels, Apart- ments, &c.r will be published shortly before Easter, Price 3d., at all Stations and Offices, or 6d. post free from the office of Mr. J. MOKXIS, Superintendent of the Line, Paddington Station, W. JAMES C. INGUS, General jkimager. i~i 1) jm.. 111 —1 ill 111 ■" 11 "B 1 —J CHRISTIANS' MEETING HOUSE, OLD PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL, MOUNT STREET TREDEGAR. Mr. W. WEBLEY Evangelist, Cardiff, Will D.V. deliver a Series of Addresses. Lord's Hay, March 13th, at 2.30 p.m., Subject "The Leader of Peoples." Fl.ibjec* t 6 p.m., "The WorMand World-enduring Com- migri"'r! fhn King of Kings." Tuesdays-FRF.F LECTURES for the People. MARCH 15th, at 7 p.m., Subject • Believing a Lie." All Seats Free. No Collection. All are Welcome. HEY, JOHN T. WHITEHEAD, Of LONDON, all Market Square Church, Merthyr Tydfil, « — ON — SUNDAY NEXT, 13TH MARCH. Market Square Congregational Church. MERTHYR. The Choir of the above Church will render the Sacred Cantata:- "THE BLIND MAID OF BETHANY" on GOOD FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25th. This work was composed expressly for the Birmingham Festival Choir, and first produced in the Town Hal!, Birmingham, Oct., 1906. Com- posed by the Rev. Carey Bonner. Adjn:9sioR—2s., Is., and 6d. Tickets may be I had from Members of the Choir. i TOWN HALL, MERTHYR. By kind permission of The Mayor. Madame LOWTHER KNIGHT, England's Premier in Fiv, and Itiventr-ess of the only Simple System of C'lttinp and Fitting: will five one of her interesting: and instructive DEMONSTRATION'S, on Thursday, March 17th, when she wi;: u Lady from the audience freni her Latest and Visi System- THE NKW EUROPEAN HYGIENIC. The Chair will be taken by Mrs. F. T. James, The Mayoress at 3.30 p.m. Madame Loivther lCnig-ht's System has been awarded Highest Honours, includinglThe Silver Medal of the City of London Guilds and the B onze and (Silver Medals of the Sanitary Institute of London, Gold Medal, Man- chester, &c.. &c. Classes will be formed at the close. One Lady Agent wanted. Teachers trained for Technical Schools, and System supplied. Private Interviews arranged by letter to EXPRESS OFFICE, Merthyr, or Park Hall, Cardiff. Aberdare Town Association Football Club, Ltd. GRAND Football Tournament (Second and Third Division Teams). EASTER MONDAY, MARCH 28th, 1910. PRIZES.-Winnem of Final to receive 11 Go'd Medals. JKunners up to receive 11 Silver I Medals. Entrance Fee, 5B. Entries close Marob 24tli, 1910. Entry forms may be obtained from Secretary, 10, Canon-street, Aberdare. ABERGAVENNY. EASTER TUESDAY, March 29th: GRAND AMATEUR ATHLETIC FESTIVAL ¡ NEW ATHLETIC GROUND, I Prizes, J3130 Prizes. I FIRST COMPETITION for the STRAKER I TROPHY, in 3 MILE OPEN FLAT I RACE. OPEN TROTTING & PONY RACES, 24 Quivers Prizes. Z. WHEATLEY, Hoy. SKO HIGHFIELD SCHOOL, i 9, NINIAN ROAD, ROATH PARK, II CARDIFF. THE PRINCIPAL, MISS CARYL, HAS VACANCIES FOR A FEW BOARDERS IN HER OWN HOME. NEXT TERM COMMENCES APRIL 25TH. HIGHEST REFERENCES. MODERATE FEES. PROSPECTUS SENT ON APPLICATION. CHARLES L. STEWART ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR, VALUER, HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT MORTGAGE and INSURANCE BROKER Tradesmen's Debts Bought or Collected, Rents Collected. Accounts Regularly Posted by Special Contract, Profit and Loss Accounts and Income Tax Claims Prepared, Quarterly and Annual Audits Undertaken. Bankrupts' Statements of Affairs; Atfangement with Creditors, Valuations for Probate, etc. Agent for the Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and Plate Glass Insurance Companies. OFFICES :—MILBOURNE CHAMBERS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. THE TREDEGAR & DISTRICT Permanent Money Society Registered under the Friendly Societies' Act. T rtfl T1 q can *>e Obtained by Tradesmen and other JJUOIIIO persons in Regular Employment upon a Promissory Note on asy Teems, namely s. d. For a £10 Share the Repayments are l 2 weekly R20 tt „ 22 £ 30 M „ 3 2 » £ <0 „ „ 4 2 £ 50 5 2 Applications for Loans received at any time by tb« Secretary THOMAS JONES, 86, Commercial Street, Tredegar. Branch Office: 25, BaRrucAR TKRRACS, EBBW VAL ANEURIN REYNOLDS, I Late Jonathan Reynolds, Coachbuild'er and Wheelwright. Established 70 years. Heavy and Ligfht Vehicles Built and Repaired. Only Bes Materials used. Waterproof Covers, Lamps, and Rubber Tyres of ail sizes and prices fitted. MOTOR CARS Repaired and Painted. CARS Repaired and Painted. 1. Old Church Place, Merthyr Tydfil. Grocers', Furnishing CO.'s, Greengrocers' and Contrac tors' Tipping Carrs, 1 Pony Wagon, and Hooded Cee Spring Gig, and 2 Milk Floats for Sale cheap. ar: y AF HER rHYARCHER^ E GOLDEN RETURp j| HI in nun 11 IIII'IIM I'll mi11 Facsimile oj Om-Ourtfe fackst. Archer's ¡ GoldeD Retuns i jf^rtestlou cf Tc'-Jfceeo, I COOL. 8"0:21', U¡r> I'1Il.Il..wr. I H' rr" ATHLETIC GROUNDS, Treharris FIRST ANNUAL MAY-DAY SHOW AND PARADE Thursday, May 26th, 1910. GOOD PRIZES FOR OPEN AND LOCAL CLASSES. Schedules and all particulars from IVOR G. BRINSON, I Joint Hon. TOM HOWELLS, Sees. MAKE A NOTE OF THIS DATE. IMA Y 9th, X910. BARGOED & DISTRICT 5th ANNUAL MAY-DAY SHOW AND PARADE TAKES PLACE AT BARGOED. Splendid Classes, Local and Open, Cash Prizes. Fire Brigades Tournament. Ambulance Competitions. Timbering Competitions. Fancy, Novel and Comic Classes, SPECIAL CLASS FOR BOY SCOUTS. Schedules and Entry Forms may be obtained from D. G. STAPLETON, Sec., cr ALF. THOMAS, Assist, BAK'iv/ED. LLANGADOCK HACES EASTER MONDAY, MAk'J** 28th, 1910. Prizes £100, including Silver Cup. List of Events and full pa.ilars, apply— J. GRIFFITHS HARRIES, Penyboj-it, Llangadock. WELSH ROMANCE- "TRAGEDY IN GELLI WOOD." Being a translation or the noted hoo): '■ E.Ifrtiddiaeth yn Nghoed y Geili," by Craisfryn Hvighes. By all Booksellers, or by post, 7id. fiom D. DAVIES, Bookseller, Ferndale. —

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