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THE PALACE. Manager, HALL-JONES. Comfort, Refinement and Amusement. Monday to Wednesday, a Picture everybody will want to see. Don't miss it FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD By Thomas Hardy, O.M. Adapted and produced by Larry Trimble, and featuring Miss Florence Turner and Harry Edwards. Special Drama, Exclusive-THE BLOOD TEST. In three acts. The Great Serial-THE BROKEN COIN, Episode 11. Thursday to Saturday, Exclusive Drama, CORA-an emotional play in bur parts, featuring Miss Emley Stevens in the title role. Miss Ruth Stonehouse in the screaming Comedy Drama-MISS FRECKLES, in two acts. Children's Special Entertainment every Saturday morning at 10.15. Id.,2d. and 3d. The Most Fascinating Entertainment To-day Merthyr Electric Theatre Manager J BOWEN. The Joy of seeing something Good can only be obtained at the Electric Theatre Monday to Wednesday, April 3rd to 5th- Alfred Sutro's Great Drama, m five acts- JOHN GLAYDE'S HONOUR. As played by Sir George Wyndham at St. James's Theatre, London. Produced by the Frohman Amusement Company. Same caste as Builder of Bridges. Special Exclusive—THE BLUE DIAMOND. Two reels of tense excitement. Thursday to Saturday, April 6th to 8th—A Film with superlative Scenic Effects Margarita Fischer excels all her past productions— INFATUATION! Entrancing is the only possible word to apply to this magnificent Picture. Special Exclusive—Bessie Eyton in a thrilling Drama—A STUDIO ESCAPADE. PRICES AS USUAL. Please N ote.- -In accordance with the Licensing Authorities' wishes, no music will be rendered after 10 o'clock each evening. pMaBmtanHiianmiaBi iwnmnitMnmiannit^ jTHEATRE ROYAI j AND EMPIRE PALACE, MERTHYR. j I 6.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45. 1 Monday, April 3rd, 1916. and during the Week. l Enormous Attraction THE FAMOUS «EVUE I W Enormous Attraction THE FAMOUS KEVUE N RO D HEADS ) I Caste includes Harry Benson and Rosie Coyne and The Red Headed BeaLfty II Chorus. t ? Grand Dress Parade, introducing the Loveliest and Costliest Gowns on the Stage. ■  NOEL FLEMING, | I I The eminent Tenor. His first appearance since his return from the firing line. I ? The KEYSTONE TROUPE of MarveXous cyclists  TIMES & PRICES AS USUAL. ^2 THEATRE ROYAL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. A REPETITION CONCERT Will be held at the above on Sunday, April 9th, 1916 Under the auspices of the ABERCANAID & DISTRICT Male Voice Choir When several well-known Artistes will appear. Chairman Bis Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Harpur, Esq. Previous Ticket Holders will be admitted. Proceeds in aid of the Soldiers and Sailors of the District. Admission Circle, 2/ Orchestra Stalls, 1/6; Pit, 1/ Gallery, 6d. Doors open 7.15. Concert commences 7.45 prompt HAVE YOU HEARD GUY ALDRED IF NOT, COME TO Bentley's Hall, Merthyr, SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 2nd. Subject: "Truth & Freedom." Chair to be taken at 7.45 p.m. Admission Free. Collection. PEACE! PEACE!! Mr. T. T. JENKINS Will Address a MEETING in Furtherance of Peace at The Dowlais Library ON Sunday Next, April 2nd, At 7.45 p.m. THERE 18 ONLY ONE OINTSVISNT THAT CURES And this is supplied by Chemists and the MANNINA OINTMENT CO., FISHGUARD, And is sold in Three Strengths-1, 2 & 3.

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