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DRILL HALL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 9th, 1910, f National League of Young Liberals-Merthyr Branch GREAT PUBLIC MEETING To Inaugurate the above Branch. SRSAKZRS- E. G. HEMMERDE, Esq., K.C., M.P. EDGAR JONES, Esq., M.P. CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN AT 7.30 P.M. SILVER COLLECTION. GWENT CHAIR EISTEDDFOD (12th Annual) RHYMBJKY, MON0 WHIT-TUESDAY, MAY 17th, 1910. OHIEF CHORAL—(a) Britons, Alert!" (Elgar) <?tnn (b) "Sylvia" (J. H. Roberts) &IUU SECOND CHORAL-" The Lord is my Shepherd (H. Evans) B20 MALE VOICES-" Peace, be Still" (D. Jenkins) 225 LADIES' CHOIRc. Gentle Spring" (Holbroke) jE:15 JUVENILE CHOIRS—"Who is Sylvia?" (D. T. Evans) £ 10 BOYS' CHOIRS-" Whisperir.g Wind" (Labbett) js5 AWDL Y GADAIR—"Y Duffryn" £ 5 a Chadair Gwent PRIF DRAETHA WD-" Diathebion Cyuiru Eu Swyn a'u Dylanwad" £ 3 3s. BRASS BANDS (Class B)-" Robin Head" (Macfarren).n £18 Solos, Two Guineas each. Recitations, Ambulance, &c. Progummes-Twopence each. I. W. EDWARDS, Secretary, The Terrace, Rhymney. HAESTEG AND DISTRICT COOTAGE HOSPITAL EISTEDDFOD. GRAND CHAIR E!STEDDFOD Maeste-1, Tuesday, August 2nd, 1910. AGGREGATE PBIZES— £ 200. Mjudieators—Music Dr. S. Coleridge Taylor, London Preliminary W. Thomas, Esq., Tieorchy; Brass Bands: Tom Morgan, Esq., London; Literature: Gwili Ambulance 'Dr. D. J. Thomas, Nantynioel. CHIKF CHORAL—" Hark the deep tremendous Voioer fKaydn), 1st prize', £ 70; 2nd *20. SHOO.KDCiior.AL-"Tne Lord is my Shepherd" (S. Davie", G. &L., Maesteg), Prize £ 20. IIAI,M V(IlCg-" Spartan Heroes" (Dan Protheroe), Utprize, £ 20; 2nd £ 5. JUVKNILK CHoin-" Over the field, M Clover (Adam Geibel), 1st prize. £ 6 2nd B2. BRASS BANDS (2nd Class)—"Memories of the Past" (W. Kramers) {« price £ 10 2nd £ 5 3rd £ 2. Action Song for children, prize £ 2 2nd £ 1. Solos H g»s. each. Pryddest ?ris., & handsome Chair. AluJui-lanoe Competition, £ 4. Together with substantial prizes for other musical com- petitions, Essay, Kecitnlions, Englyri, &c. Full particu- lars, see programmes, 2d., from the Secretary, J. P. Jani-eti, 15. Bryiamawr-plaee, Maesteg, Glam. MERTHYR TOWN MISSION HALL (Shiloh), CHURCH STREET. NEXT SUNDAY, GO-SPEL ADDRESSES by Rev. H. O. HUGHES, Missioner. SOLOIST MISS PICKFORD. SP-lectioris by Mission Orchestral Band. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, THE WALK, MERTHYR. POACHER NEXT SUNDAY: Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Pastor. 6 o'clock. HOPE CHURCH, Merthyr Tydfil RELIGION AND THE FAMILY. Sixth Address of the Series BY THE REV. J- MORGAN JONES, M.A., ON SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, APRIL 10 1910. SERVICE TO COMMENCE AT 6 P.M. ALL ARE CORDIALLY WELCOMED. MAY 9th, 910. BARGOED & DISTRICT 5th ANNUAL MAY-DAY SHOW AND PARADE T. li JLACE AT B A R GO E D Classes, Local and Open, Cash Prizes. Fire Brigades Tournament. Ambulance Competitions. "Inhering; Competitions. Fancy, Novel and Comic Classes SPECIAL CLASS FOR BOY SCOUTS. Ij^^edulea and Entry Forms may be obtained tora D. G. STAPLETON, Sec., or ALF. THOMAS, Assist. Sec., BARGOED. GELLIGAER HUNT POINT-TO. POINT STEEPLECHASES. These RACES will take place near BLACKWOOD, on Tuesday, April 12, 1910 VALUABLE SILVER CUPS Will be ofiered as Prizes. ^Iiiasion to Course Free. <heon and Refreshment at moderate charger. WELSH ROMANCE— "TRAGEDY IN GELLI WOOD." a translation of the noted book l.lfruddiaeth yn Nghoed y Gelli," by Craigfryn Hughes. 6 a'-l EooksellerB, or by post, 7 id. from D. DAVIES. Bookseller, Ferndale. Venetian Blind Works THOMAS BROS., 11 & 12, Tudor Lane, CARDIFF. N-at. Tel. 2058. PRICE LIST FREB. THE BOAT INN, BOUGH ROOD, LLYSWEN, S.O. On the banks of the Wye. FISHING. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. proprietor E. LEWIS. COLDENRET-URNS' g KEGtSTEHED Facsimile oj One-Ounce Packet. Arctser's Golden Returns The Perfection of Pipe Tubacoo. BWKKT, IMP PHACKAKT. THEATRE ROYAL AND OPERA HOUSE, MERTHYR TFDFIL. Lee-THE SOUTH WALES ENTERTAINMENTS Co. MONDAY. APRIL 11th, 1910 For Six Nights* FRED GRANVILLE'S Productions Ltd., No. 1 Company, in the Unique Domestic Drama- The Better Land By D. M. C. GRANVILLE. DOORS OPEN, 7.15. COMMENCE 7.45. Circle, 2.s. Stalls, Is. 6d. Pit, la. Gallery, 6d. Merthyr Tydfil and South Wales Permanent Building Society. Incorporated under the "Building Societies Acts." IMMEDIATE ADVANCES ON PROPERTY in South Wales and adjoining Counties. EASY REPAYMENTS. F AIR CONDITIONS. Investment Shares, Interest 3 and 4 per cent. Prospectus on application to the Secretary- JAMES LEVER, POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, MBBTHYB TrDFIL. HIGHFIELD SCHOOL, 9, NINIAN ROAD, ROATH PARK. 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 ARITHMETIC. Expert Courses for:— 1.-PRE.LIM. CERTIFICATE. Are you afraid of Part I ? < 2.—OXFORD LOCALS. 3.-The CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION. By an EXPERIENCED TEACHER. Drop a post card giving particulars- "DERWEN DEG," Ton Pentre, nr. Pontypridd. The South Wales High School for Girls. I Summerfield Hall Maesycwmmer I A Thorough High-Class Education at Moderate Fees. Preparation for* Cambridge, Local and Royal Academy Examinations. Tennis and Hockey. SUMMER TERM will Commence TUESDAY, MAY 3rd., 1910. Boarders return May 2nd. Prospectus on application.

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