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MERTHYR AND DISTRICT I MAY HORSE SHOW AND PARADE. PENYDARREN PARK, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910. £150 in Prizes for Riding, Driving, Jumping ■ Trotting and Galloway Classes. A SPLENDID AFTERNOON'S ENJOYMENT. The MUNICIPAL BAND SELECTIONS OF MUSIC during the day. JUDGING TO COMMENCE ABOUT 12.30 ADMISSION TO PARK, Is. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE. ENCLOSURE, 6d. EXTRA. HALF-PRICE TO FIELD AFTER 4 O'CLOCK. Schedules and all Particulars from the Secretary— W. T. JONES, 50, High-street, Merthyr. MERTHYR SELECT SKATINC RINK ANGEL BUILDINGS. Entrance Gillar Street ELECTRIC LIGHT Music REFRESHMENT & CLOAK ROOMS. SMOOTHEST RUNNING MAPLE FLOOR IN WALES. RICHARDSONS & WINSLOW'S BALL-BEARING SKATES. FOUR SESSIONS DAILY. r 10 a.m. till 1 Admission and Skates, 6d. 2.30 till 5 p.m. „ „ 6d. SUMMER PRICES 1 7 till 10.16 p.m. „ i „ U. j Special Session for Ladies and Children 6 till 7.30 Ladies, 6d., Children, 3d. GWENT CHAIR EISTEDDFOD (12,th Annual) NBY, WHIT-TUESDAY, MAY 17th. 1910. CHIEF CHORAL-(a) Britons, Alert!" (Elgar) £ I 00 (b) "Sylvia" (J. H. Roberto) ilUU SECOND CHORAL-" The Lord is my Shepherd (H. Evans) JB20 MALE VOICES-" Peace, be Still" (D. Jenkins) j625 LADIES' CHOIRS-" Gentle Spring" (Holbroke) £15 JUVENILE CHOIRS-" Who is Sylvia?" (D. T. Evans) £10 BOYS' CHOIRS—" Whispering Wind" (Labbett) JB5 AWDL Y GADAIR-"Y Duffryn" £ 5 ft Chadair Gwent PRIF DRAETHAWD-" Diarhebion Cymru: Ell Swyn a'u DylaQwad I) H. £ 3 lie, BRASS BANDS (Class B)-" Robin Heed" (Macfarren) £18 Solos, Two Guineas each. Recitations, Ambulance, to. ProrrammtS-Twopenoe each". L W. EDWARDS, Secretary, The Terrace, Rhyraaef. MERTHYR TOWN MISSION HALL (Shiloh), CHURCH STREET. NEXT SUNDAY, GOSPEL ADDRESSES by Rev. H. O. HUGHES. Missioner. DUET Miss MORRIS and Miss EVANS. Selections by Mission Orchestral Baud. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, THE WALK, MERTHYR. PREACHER NEXT SUNDAY Rev. J. Lloyd Williams, Pastor. Services at 11 and 6 o'clock. SPIRIT UAL ISWI ON SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 17tb, AT 1HB ^JBITUXL TEMPLE, TBAMROADSIDE N OBTH, Mrs. Jessie Crompton, of Bolton, The World-renowned Inspirational Medium, will deliver TWO INSPIRATIONAL ADDRESSES. Commencing at 11 a-m. and 6 p.m. j On the following MONDAY Evening at 7.30, she will also occupy the platform. CX-AiaVOYANT descriptions at the close of each Service. Silver Collections. earnest seekers after truth are cordially invited to w the services. ABERCYNON I.L.P. ft- J. Campbell's Lepture HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FUTURE DATE owing to ILLNESS. Ticket Purchasers are requested to retain i"— their Tickets. THE ART UNION OF LONDON-, 112, STRAND. W.C. A Subscription of Bl Is. entitles the Subscriber I Copy of a fine Plate, whioh is on artistic rendering in colour of the ORIGINAL MINTING, by Alfred Parsons, A.R. A., entitled SPRINGTIME. the subscriber may select from the many fine S^ffavings and Etohings previously issued by the RV^'ety, and also the chance of WINNING A PRTZK the Society's Annual PRIZE DRAWING in ApJiI. For full particulars apply, I. WILKS, AUCTIONEER, 14, Glebeland Street, Merthyr. Venetian Blind Works 11 THOMAS BROS., & 12, Tudor Lane, CARDIFF. t. Tel. 2058. PRICE LIST Frtzi. .Merthyr Mutual Investment and Loan Society. ^0X8T«B*N UNDER THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACTS). (MUTUAL AND CO-OPERATIVE). f_°vides a Safe aud Profitable Investment of to20s. weekly. it wade to Tradesmen, Artisans and others j, *est cost, repayable by easy instalments. trn,„°?.l?ectus and full information to be obtained W0ln the Secretary, JAMES LEVER, REGISTERED OFFICES POST OFFICE CHAMBERS. X MERTHYR. TYDFIL. CHAlflES l. STEWÄRT VAT ACC°UNTANT and AUDITOR, k ^UER, HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT °HtQAGE and INSURANCE BROKER Tr Debts Bought or Collected, Rents Contra^?" Accounts Regularly Posted by Special Tax and Loss Accounts andtfEScome •A-Udih, Prepared, Quarterly and Annual ■Aitkifjj Vn°ertaken, Bankrupts' Statements of -^rangement with Creditors, Valuations Aeanf for Probate, etc. p,or, the Chief Life, Accident, Fire, and O* Glass Insurance Companies. :-BULBOURNE CHAMBERS, —- MERTHYR TYDFIL. "EXPRESS" LIBRARY (In connection with MCDIS'B). £ Consignment of the Latest r°Pular BOOKS 8TJB JUST RECEIVED. OltlPTIoNS COMMENCE AT ANY «mb. i— 1-IEY & SONS ce, Merfliyr, j IMAESTEG AND DISTRICT COOIAGE HOSPITAL EISTEDDFOD. GRAND CHAIR. EISTEDDFOD OP-mtog, Tuesday, August 2nd, 1910. AGGREGATE PRIZES— £ 200. Adjudicators-Music: Dr. S. Coleridge Taylor, London Preliminary; W. Thomas, Esq., Treorchy; Brass Bands: Tom Morgan, Eqq., London; Literature: "Gwili"; Ambulance Dr. D. J. Thomas, Nantymoel. CHIFF CHOITAL-" Hark! the deep tremendous Voice" (Haydn), 1st prize, 170; 2nd £ 20. SECOND OHOSAL-"The Lord is my Shepherd (S. Davies, G. & L., M esteg),trize £20. MALB Voics-" Spartan Heroes" (Dan Protheroe\ 1st prize, £ 20; 2nd £ 5. JUVENILIG CHOlit-" Over the lield, of Clover (Adam Geibel), 1st prist, £ 6 2nd £ 2. BRASS BANDS (2nd Cla.«s)—"Memories of the Past" (W. Rimmers) 1st price £ 10 2nd £ 5; 3rd £ 2. Action Song for children.. 1st prize £ 2 2nd £ 1, Solos I i gfns. each. "Prvddesfc, 2 gns., tt handsome Chair. Ambulance Competition, £4. Together with substantial prizes for other musical com- petitions, Essay, Recitations, Eqglyn, Sua. Full particu- lars, see programmes, 2d., from the Secretary, J. P. James, 15. Brynmawr-place, Maesteg, Glam, Abertysswg Third Annual Library Chair Eisteddfod. The above Eisteddfod will be held at Ammtwo on AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY TUESDAY, 2nd, 1910. Adjudicators Music—Joseph Bo wen, Eeq.. Porth Literature-Rev. Crwys Williams, Brynmawr. Jacob Gabriel, Esq., Argoed. GHIBt CHOILIAL. 11 How great is Tby goodness (Edwin Jones, L.T.O.8., Pengam), £ 15. JUVBHIMS CHOIRS, lTOnward" (D. Jones, A.C., Bargoed), £5 and .£2.. Pryddest, 12 and a valuable Chair. Quartette, Y,2 2s. Duet. Al 53.; Essay, £1; Solos, j Sv J^'tations, M.; Englyn; Ambulance, £ 2 2s. ana £ 1 Is, and Mining Competitions. Programmes can now be had from Hon. Secretaries, Mr. W. A. LEWIS, 4 Hill-road, Mr. D. J. EVANS, McLaren House, lid., post free. Abertysswg. 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, j PROSPECTUS SENT ON APPLICATION ARITHMETIC. Expert Courses for:— 1.-PRELIM. CERTIFICATE. Are you afraid of Part I ? 2.—OXFORD LOCALS. 3.—The CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION. By an EXPERIENCED TEACHER. Drop a post card giving particulars, flDERWEN DEG," Ton Pentre, nr. Pontypridd. The South Wales High School < for Girls. Summerfield Hall Maesycwmmer A Thorough High-Class Education' at Moderate Fees. Preparation for Cambridge, Local and Royal Academy Examinations. Tennis and Hockey. SUMMER fiSH, will Commenee TDESDAY, MAY 3rd., 1910. Boarders return May 2nd. Proepectus on application. At home to parents on and after April 26lh. University College of South Wales J and Monmouthshire, Cardiff. ] SCHOOL OF MEpICINE. ] THE Winter Session begins on October 5th.. All 1 ■ Classes are open to both Men and Women i Students who may spend.Three out of the Five Years of their Medical Curriculum at this College. The instruction given is recognised by the < various: Universities, Royal Colleges and other licensing bodies. Special Courses are given in preparation for the Examinations for Diplomas in Public Health, and for the Certificate of the Central Midwives Board. For further particulars apply to- DAVID HEPBURN, M.D., C.M., F.R.S.E., BJEiuSTm rafSNl.lTl&StSr. THE BOAT INN, BOUGH ROOD, LLYSWEN, 8.0. On the banks of the Wye. FREE FISHING. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. Prop.rietor < E. LEWIS. f ^HrARtHER^llS BGOLDESRETURMSI ■■*5*552*5525*8^1^ 0P Facsimile oj Qnt-Qunct Pa&U ] Archer's Tho P«rfeotlon •( Pips Tobaoeo* < Golden Returns < 0Mr.. ( -h 81M THEATRE ROYAL AND OPERA HOUSE, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Lesee,t-THE SOUTH WALES ENTERTAINMENTS Co. MONDAY. APRIL 18th, 1910 For Six Nights. MR. C. WATSON MILL will present the Romantic Spectacular Drama— FOR LOVE AND THE KINC Mr. MILL will appear as Jarval," Supported by a Company of Recognised Artistes' DOORS OPBN, 7.15. COMMENCE 7.45. Circle, 2s. Stalls, 18. 6d. Pit, Is. Gallery, 61. MAY 9th, 1810. BARGOED & DISTRICT 5th ANNUAL MAY-DAY SHOW AND PARADE TAKES PLACK 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., or ALF. THOMAS, Assist. Sec., BARGOED. MR. T. RHYS LEWIS, Late of Moody-rdanaere and D'Oyly Carte's South African Coa., GIVES LESSONS ON VIOLITC, VIOLA, and 'CELLO. PUPILS SPECIALLY TRAINED IN ORCHESrRAL and CHAMBER MUSIC, ]L and SIGHT-READING. 43, UNION TERRACE, MERTHYR TYDFIL.

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