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 I THEATRE ROYAIJ T AND EMPIRE PALACE, MERTHYR. L i 16.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45. I N MATINEES DAILY AT 2.30. P.M. s  Monday, May 29th, 1916, and during the Week. I ■ Under the Gracious Patronage of Their Majesties The King and Queen I I 1 ?" S S ???_?ACrrand??e 1 I I i/r cf 1f5e Activities cf I' II ? ? Nava!.<and.M?'!ery ? ?'???=— _-?MNt !S I, HiaHajesfy's  ¡ j  ''? I  i i \J '1 z I The Grand Kinematograph Review I I. Thy permission of The Admiralty, War Office, and Ministry of :ew I ? direct from THE EMPIRE THEATRE, Liecester Square } I Under the Patronage of THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS OF MERTHYR TYDFIL I AND MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL, who will attend the Evening Presenta- II M tion on Monday, May 29th. THREE TIMES DAILY at 2.30, 6.45, and 8.45. «  Circle Tax Stalls Tax Pit Tax. GaHeryTax I I PRICES OF 0. Doors I Is. 6d. 2d. Is. Od. 2d. I 6d. 1d. I | 4d. Id. )j! N ADMISSION- E. Doors | 2s. Od. 2d, 1s,6d, 2d. 9d. 2d. 4d. ld. S Children, Half-price to Circle, Stalls & Pit. Seats Booked at Early Door Prices. L.tt_ It It II It .i Merthyr Electric Theatre Monday to Wednesday, May 29th to 31st— THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY. A Picturisation of Sir Arthur Pinero's World-Famous Drama. Sir George Alexander, accompanied by Miss Hilda Moore, in her usual charming style and manner, made his first appearance as a screen actor in this play, and his interpretation of it was a great success, and promises much for his future in Filmland. THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY. Part 2. An Eye for an Eye." A further chapter in this sensational struggle for the much coveted Diamond. BURNS & STOLL In Pressing- Business." Chaplin's American Rivals again up to their Tricks. Very Laughable Situations in a Funny Story. Thursday to Saturday, June 1st to 3rd— THE GIRL OF LOST ISLAND Part I. Featuring the beautiful Lilian Lorraine. Too much cannot be written in praise of this most wcuderful of all serial pictures. It is perhaps best expressed as perfect in every detail. The Story is running in Tit-Bits. Read it, and see the picture here. "A FIGHTING CHANCE!" A Sensational Drama in Four Reels. A good story, well told, containing, among other exciting incidents, a sensational fight scene, and an astonishing exhibition of the pugilistic art. PW Y. M. C. A. HUT FUND! Special Charity Exhibition on Friday, June 2nd. All proceeds to this Fund. "THE SPUR." Because the Workers need a Spur. Edited by GUY A. ALDRED. Kartooned by KRITIKOS." The EIMmY of every God, the Foe of every King, Flies only the Red Flag. Single copies-Post free, lld. annual subscrip- tion, Is. 6d. APRIL ISSUE SJOW ON SALE. Special No-Conscription and Anti-Tribunalitis Number, Together with Miscellaneous Collection Aldred's Literature, worth 3s. Od.; post free, 1s, 6d. Published at 17 Richmond Gardens, Shepherd's Bush. London, W. GET YOUR TOBACCO I AT Our Shop 741, Pontmorlais, Merthyr. PROGRESSIVE LITERATURE Kept in Stock or get to order. OWING TO DEPLETION OF STAFF The Sale Stock must be reduced at HARRIS'S 5 camsetrlte hsytrreet ? MERTHYR. N.B.—Money advaneed upon all Valuables. Charges strictly in accordance with AcCef Parliament. THERE 18 ONLY ONE OINTMENT THAT CURES And this is snpplied by Chemists and the MANNINA OINTMENT CO., FISHGUARD, And is sold in Three Strengths—1, 2 & 3. Merthyr and District Peace Council. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held in the Basement of Carnegie Library, Dowlais On THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 1916, At 7.30 p.m. prompt. Speakers: Rev. J. M. Jones, M.A., Merthyr. Mr. E. Roberts, Solicitor. Chair to be taken by Aid. C. J. GRIFEITHS. Admission Free. Collection. The Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910. NOTICE OF PRINCIPAL MEETING. COUNTY BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDFIL OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Pri n- x > cipal Meeting to be held pursuant to the Licensing Rules. 1910, by the Compensation Authority for the above area, will be held at the Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfil. at 10.30 o'clock on Monday, the 19th day of June, 1916. And Notice is Hereby Also Given that the Compensation Authority will at the Meeting be prepared to hear, with reference to the renewal of the licenses of the several premises specified in the subjoined list, all those persons to whom under the Licensing (Consolidation) Act. 1910. they are bound to give an opportu- nity of being heard; that is to say, the per- sons interested in any licensed premises in question, and unless it appears to the Com- pensation Authority unnecessary, any other person appearing to them to be interested in the question of the renewal of the license of those premises (including the Justices of the Licensing District). LIST OF LICENSED PREMISES. Name and Situation of Nature of Premises. License. Licensee. Castle, Pengarnddu Beerhouse Lewis Jones Clarence, Troedyrhiw Beerhouse Joel Chivers Traveller-' Rest. Alehouse William Koolgerrig Haines Three Simons. Alehouse Ann Maria Three Falmons St. Perry TOM ELIAS, Clerk of the Compensation Authority. Dated the 24th day of May, 1916.

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