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WILLIAM DAVIES S Co/s ——— ANNUAL ——— WINTER SALE is I%T 40 'VV c:lo INT There are being offered some of the most astounding Bargsahe ever put before the Public, Everf line will be substantially reduced, and ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND UP- TO-DAIE,. Genuine Reductions in Blouses, Lace Goods, Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, UcibreUaa, Underclothing, Corsets, Ladies' Coats and Costumes, Furs., Dress Materials, Furnishing and Household Drapery, Blankets, Quilts, Flannelettes, Gentlemen's, Boys, and Youth's Overcoats ALL MILLINERY TO BE CLEARED AT HALF-PRICE, j All Oddments Cleared at Immense Reductions every Wednesday, throughout the Sale. Victoria Buildings, Pontardawe. PUBLIC HALL PONTARDAWE. Thursday Evening, Feb. 19, 1914 Grand Miscellaneous Concert by the pontardaiDe mate Voice party Conducted by Mr. DAVID DANIEL, Assisted by the following Star Artistes MISS CARRIE LANCELEY (The Famous Australian Soprano), MR., JOHN COATES (The Great English "Caruso"), MR. POWELL EDWARDS (The Popular Welsh Baritone), MR. GEORGE KENDALL (The Celebrated Elocutionist and Humourist), At the Piano, Mr. T. J. DAVIES, A.R.C.O. Chairman: F. W. GILBERTSON, Esq., J.P. Admission, Reserved and Numbered, 5s. and 3s. Unreserved 2s. and Is. Concert to eom- mence at 7.30. Seats may be booked and tickets ob- tained from members of the choir, or from the secretary,—■ W. THOMPSON DAVIES, Grove-r o a d, Pen tarda we. BOOK EARLY. f GRANL THEATRE A. SANb, ————— F. Mouillot. Lessees. The Exors. of the lato T. Bvrne. Resident Manager Mi. Monday, January 26th, 1914 8 For Six Nights at 7-30, and Matinees—Saturday, Jan. 31st, 1914 At 2-30. Alban B. Limpus' Company, including Mary Forrester and S ephen T. Ewart, in BELLA DONNA By Robert Hichens and James Bernard Fagan. Week commencing February 2 nd- OFFICER 666 USUAL PRICES Seats reserved by telephone and not paid for cannot be kept after the advertised time of commencing the play  OLYMPIC CINEMA, ZK- Resident Manager Mr, Arthur Eldon. .oII' Continuous Perforniar.Cs 7 to 10..30 p.m. roors open, 6*30 At Every Performance during the Week, 1 The Vivaphono Sinking- Pielnro* TO-NIGHT, a Grand Two-Part "Vitagraph" Drama— nn T3Uf 'W-?' ?ST? T- '?.?' ? -s- r"r' -o? y J8L JMsL-KLN JL ?L<.?rJ?a .? -?. -s-? A ?..? .:? And our usual Interesting Series of Pictures. Trams Pass the Doors. Pricc?—3d., Gd., and Is. A ?? P' ?-?'??''???'? ?B'?r?? -? JTBJE C? ?? ? t L-f?\-? ?? Pon..tarda.e- Proprietor "Williams. The House of Unrivane d Merit. ('ham;" of p)'os;rnmme a woo'' The House of Unrivalled Merit. Entire ohangR of programme twice a woo' Renowned for Star Pictures and First Class Varieties. Popular Prices: 3d., Gd. and 9d. —oaa—B—esBBPaawL aTiaia'MiwnaaacgwKWCTVJScv PREMIER CINEMA PREM1E4R C",IIEMOm Proprietors Messrs. Matlsias or Manager 1\1,. Temple Evans The only AII-Sar Picture Uotuse in the Yancy.  CHANGE OF PROGRAMME MODA YS AND THURSDAYS. Tip-up Chairs in every part of the Building. Pictures absolutely Flickerlos#. The Hall is properly Heated and Ventilated. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 23rd and 24th— 1 The Black Circle A CINES Drama in Three Parts, also a VITAGRAPH DrJma- Tl C a f) hC\ 1:} T, ,,J The Curse of the Golden Land And a Fine Programme of other Fictures. Prices of Admission — 3d., 6d. and 9^. f Matinee every Wednesday Morning for Nightmen. MATINEE FOR CHILDREN ON SATURDAY AT 2-30 Prices for Children—id. and 2d. Full Programme. —Ill HUM I ■mil — —. ——— Ltd AUCKLAND? Ltd? The Largest Boot Cc Shoe Merchants in Wa?.es. The Best Value in SLOCVC;] ID no LhrOiii' Tatiier. :n ¡; I, e I a. h d Square Toe .-t >ck- t-,1, (lit l I'ri !l ? t' Waterproof. eri 1 for a pair now. Mention wI ic!i leather, shape an I size. O11 reccip: of P 0 O. for 8/6, we, will send by return of post carriage paid. Auckland Ltd., HIGH S?EET, SSMSV SWANSEA Ir. Leslie E. Bern Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, Respectfully begs to announce that he has started Business at Ystalyfera and Gorseinon, and is prepared to carry out any work in the above branches. Consul- tations daily at the following Addresses— The Square, Gorseinon Tynywern, Ystalyfera Having attributed Ids insolvency to losses on horses, it was elicited from :1 dohfor at Inswich Baukn'.ptcy-conrt that he had had two hordes, the first of which cost him the other guineas. The Revival of Roller Skating being now an accomplished fact THE L.B. SKATING RINK, PONTARDAWr. WILL BE OPEN EACH EVENING, MONDAY TO SATURDAY (Inclusive) From January 5th, 1914, from 7.30 to 10 p.m. DANCING ON SKATES EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Admission and Skates, Sixpence. Late 'buses leave for Morriston, Neath and Ystalyfera each evening. Late trains on Saturdays for Swansea at 10.10 p.m., and Ystalyfera, Gwys, and Prynaramnn at 11.30 p.m. 1 An Ideal Floor and Beautiful Music-

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