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1 THEATRE ROYAL & EMPIRE PALACE, Merliiyr 11 1 Licensee—Mr. Will Smithson. Resident Manager—Mr. Fred Dry. M 7.15 ONCE NIGHTLY. 7.15 = Week commencing MONDAY, MAY 6th, 1918. Matinee Thursday at 2.30. I ——————————————————————————————————=—————— —————————— j By arrangement with Chas. B. Cochran, the Great Bairncfather Play by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather and Captain Arthur Eliot— t I THE BETTER 'OLE 1 S The entire Production as at the Oxford Theatre, London, where it is playing S I to Crowded Houses. I 1 PULL LONDON CHORUS Seats may now be booked. Tel. No.2. I 2 VW Circle, 2/6 Stalls, 2/- Pit, 1/- Gallery, 6d. j ■••■■■NMMBBHtMil PLUS NEW TAX. HHBIIiHBMHMHHiHal o r" II II Merthyr Electric Theatre I Week commencing Monday, May Oth. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. 1 Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday- | ( "TH.atn! Ro!.ND 1=1 ■ Featuring Gail K&ne and Robert Warwick aj GLORIA'S ROMANCE-Part 16. | I THE VILLAIN—BiUy West Comedy. I Comedies, Oathe's Gazette, &e. I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— I THE AMAZONS I } ? The Greatest Success oi the dainty Marguerite C!ark. I ? THE RED ACE-Featuring Mary Walcamp of LIBERTY Fame. I ? Comedies and Pathe's Ga"tte. sI I ADMISSION 3d—Tax, !d.; 6d.—Tax, 2d.; ?-.—Tax, 3d. I I Children's Performance at One o'clock on Saturdays. I 5 Ordinary Saturday Performance stuts at 3.30 o'clock. Oth?r Days 2.30 as ugumi. • llM—H—«f—M—nm—IM^ BOOKS THREE ESSENTIALS IN THE SOCIALIST ARMOURY. SOCIALISM AFTER THE WAR 1 By J. R. MACDONALD, M.P. THE STATE 1/3 By WILLIAM PAUL. INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM AND THE MINING INDUSTRY. t By GEORGE HARVEY. The Democrats Handbsok to Merthyr 6d., reduced to td., Postage 2d. (A Mine of local Historical and Industrial Information) OURI SHOP, Pontmorlais, Merthyr #.L.P. HALL, GRAIG SQUARE, PONTYPRIDD I SUNDAY, MAY 5th, at 6.30 p.m. COMRADES SID HORNER (Pontygwaith) and S. 0. ELSE —— will iMtawon 44 Why the Wrfcort rtinuif ftrianise for Indus- trial Action. Merthyr Tydfil War Pensions Committee REQUIRE Chief Clerk, e&Iafy?l?par we?ok to attend to the wwk of th Disable- nM?a?dA???B8???mm??M,mM?be? efficient correspondent and acmuntant, Prefer- <a?vN be pven to a capable discharged 801- dier ot graor. Applications, with particulars of age, quali- fio&tioma and not more than three recent testi- monials endorsed Chief Clerk, must reach the undesigned not later than first post, Thursday, 9th May, 1918. TREVOR THOMAS, Secretary. Victoria Chambers. Merthyr Tydfil. Merthyr Tydfil Union. PROBATIONER NURSES WANTED. THE GUARDIANS of the Poor of the above Union invite applications from suitable candidates residing in South Wales or Mon- mouthshire for appointment as Probationer Nurses at their Infirmary, Merthyr Tydfil. Oan- didates must not be under 21 years of age (Birth Certificate to be produced) and must be pre- pared to serve the full course of Training, viz.: three yean. Particulars as to Salary, Duties, qualifications, etc., can be obtained together with a Form of Application, either from the undersigned or the Master of the Workhouse, Merthyr Tydfil. The appointments will be made after Examina- tions conducted (1) by the Medical Officer, (2) by the Examination Committee, of which due notice will be given. Applications should be in my hands not larter than the first poet on Saturday, 18th May, 1918. FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, 134 High Street, Merthyr Tydfil. JOHN HILL FOR JARROW. The candidature of Mr. John Hill, the Boiler- makers' secretary, has been endorsed by the Labour Party Executive for the Jarrow division. County Borough of Merthyr Tydfil. CEFN CEMETERY. THE TOWN COUNCIL HEREBY GIVE Jt- NOTICE to th,6 relatives of persons bnried in this Cemetery prior to the year 1898 that un- less the grave spaces are purchased, the graves will no longer be reserved but will be utilised for the burial of persons other than relatives of the deceased. Applications to purchase should be made to the undersigned not later than the 31st May. T. ANEURYN REES, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Merthyr, 1st May, 1918.

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