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THEATRE ROYAL EMPIRE PALACE, Merthyr jI RESIDENT MANAGERESS—MRS. G. D. REA. j j 6.45 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45 Ij I Week commencing MONDAY, MARCH 18th, 1918.  I TWO GREAT DRAMATIC ATTRACTIONS. I 1 MISS EMMA LITCHFIELD'S No. 1 COMPANY. '?M ? 2 MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDKE.DAY-The Romantic and SouI-Sthnn? Play- 2 I ALWAYS WELCOME I I TH¿HSU. FRIDAY & 'RDATb Impressive l= P':dUC!iOn- J i THE KING OF THE GIPSIES jI I THESE TWO PLAYS SHOULD ON NO ACCOUNT BE MISSED. j ? NOTE.—"THREE WEEKS" IS COMING SHORTLY. I j VW Circle, ?- StaHs, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. j .t PLUS NEW TAX. f?o#??o to i j Merthyr Electric Theatre j Î Mert!omm!eMn!ircIeatre. Î (CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. I N Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday- I I The Grit of a Jew j | A Domestic Drama of East and West. I j RAEMAKER'S CARTOONS-Series Nine. S GLORIA S ROMANCE-Part 9. I 1 THE LATE LAMENTED—Trian?te Comedy. Pathe's Gazette. I I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday- I The Village Blacksmith! 1 A film founded on the poem of that name with the orginal spreading chestnut tree in the I picture. I 1 THE GREY GHOST-Part 10. HEARTS & FLOUR—daumont. t 2 Pathe's Gazette, Comedy, &c. 2 ADMISSION 3d—Tax, Id.; 6d.—Tax, 2d.; 1/ Tax, 3d. I • Children's Matinee on Saturday at 10.15-id. only. ■ s It It 5 Labour Day, May 1 st, 1918 SECOND ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD £10. Chief Choral—" Who is Sylvia" (E. German) 60—80 Voices. Publishers Novello. £ 5. Children's Choral—" Y Golomen Nefol (T. Price) £3 3s. and Challenge Cup for Champion Solo. Any Voice. £ 1 IS.—Open Recitation. £ 11 Is. prize for each of following solos- Soprano—" Rejoice Greatly," (Handel) Contralto—"Abide with Me" (Liddle) Tenor—"Why doth the God of Israel sleep (Handel) Bom-" The Wanderer (Schubert) 106. 6d. Boys' Solo—" Nymphs and Shepherds (Publishers, Curwen). (Purcell) 10B. 6d. Girls' Solo—" My Treasure (Mathias Barr) (Publishers, Boosey and Co.). Further information to be had from the Secre- tary of the Merthyr Trades Council, Mr. W. Harris, 6 King Edward Villas, Merthyr, on re- ceipt of prepaid postage. WATCH LABOUR DAY IN MERTHYR- OTHER IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS. MISCELLANEOUS. CLOTHING, Boots, Bedding, Drapery, Hosiery, Jewellery, etc., new or second- hand, try Harris's. Value assured or money returned within three days. All goods delivered free, distance no object.—Note Address, 5 Castle Street, Merthyr. WANTED. NEW LAID EGGS wanted..Full market price given. State quantity and if boxes found. Prompt payments; banker's references. —Write Williams, Creameries, Ltd., 116, High- road, Streatham, London, S. W. 16. Royal Liver Friendly Society Head Office-Pier Head, Liverpool. A MEETING of Members of this Society will be held on Wednesday, 20th March, 1918, at 8 p.m. precisely, at the BENTLEY'S HALL, GRAHAM STREET, MERTHYR, for the pur- pose of electing a Delegate to the Annual Meet- ing in Blackpool on the 8th May, 1918. By Order of the Committee of Management, CHARLES DAW, Secretary, HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR, SUNDAY, MARCH 17th, 1918. Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJ ECT-" REST." A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL MERTHYR ILP. MEETINGS. OLYMPIA RINK, MERTHYR, Sunday Next, March 17th, 1918, At 2.45 p.m. prompt. Speaker- Mr. GEORGE LANSBURY Admission by Silver Collection. BENTLEY'S HALL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. A GRAND CONCERT will be given by the PENYDARREN MINSTREL TROUPE, TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY) Proceeds in aid of Funds for C.O. Dependents. ————— } ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING (Including Tax). Doors open at 7. To commence at 7.30 p.m. ■9* PONTYPRIDD I. L. P  W PONTYPRIDD 1.L.P. I.L.P. HALL, GRAIG SQUARE, ON SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1918, at 6.30 sharp. Griff Maddocks (Workmen's Mine Examiner), WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESS ON 'THRIFT.' Sunday, March 24th: A. P. YATES (Editor of the "Pioneer.") MERTHYR AND DISTRICT ALLOTMENT HOLDERS' AND GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. The Annual Meeting of the above Association will be held at THE TOWN HALL, MERTHYR TYDFIL, On THURSDAY, MARCH 28th, 1918, at 7. p.m. All Members of the Association are heartily in- vited to attend. WM. J. STARR, Gen. Secretary. AN EASTER PEACE. Distribute "THE NEW CRUSADER" (No. 9), The Christ of the Andes. HALF-PRICE THROUGH MARCH. Why I May not Kill my Brother," 3id. The Weapon Unsheathed," Is. 5d. post free. The Secretary, Christian Peace Crusade, 39 Doughty Street (second floor), W.C. 1. Printed and published by the National Labour Press, Ltd., at the Labour Pioneer Press, Williams Square, Merthyr Tydfil, SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 1917.

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