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PLEASE MENTION THE PIONEER I WHEN ANSWERING ADVERTS. Medical. O A -PAGE BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND U?t HOW TO USE THEM, Post Free. Send for One. TRIMNELL, TBa HERBALIST, 144, RICHMOND ROAD, OARDIN. Established 1879. Literary. UNITARIAN PAMPHLETS on The Bible," Heaven," and Hell," given post free.— MIss BARMBY, Mount Pleasant, Sidmouth. Miscellaneous. ASTROLOGY.—Life Events, Changes, For- Atunate Days, Business Success, Matrimony; Two Years' Future added.—Send Birth-date, 1/- P.O., PROF. GOULD, "The Nook," Heathfield Road, Cardiff. CARDIFF Central Labour College League (under the auspices of the Cardiff Trades Council). Permanent Teacher appointed.— 8 Queen Street, Cardiff. Note time of starting, 2.30 p.m. 11st ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL AT MERTHYR OLYMPIA RINK, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917, At SIX p.m, Great COMPETITIVE CONCERT ALL OPEN SOLOS. Items. Prizes. Boy Soprano 10/6 and Medallion (Given by H. P. George, Esq.) Girl under 16 (Any Voice) 10/6 Soprano Solo One Guinea Contralto Solo One Guinea Tenor Solo One Guinea Bass Solo One Guinea Best Recitation One Guinea Challenge Solo (Any Voice) Open to all Comers Two Guineas and Challenge Cup (To be Won Three Times). (Given by John Lewis & Co., Motor Experts.) Adjudiœtors.-Music: Dr. D. 0. Williams, Mw- thyr, a.nd Tom Price, Esq., Merthyr. Elocution: Rev. J. M. Jones, M.A., Cam- bridge. Chairman and Conductor: E. Morrell, Esq., J.P. Accompanists: Prof. Richard Howells, Aber- dare, and David Williams, Esq., Merthyr. ADMISSION 1/- Tax Extra at Door. Preliminary Competitions at 4 p.m. at Beatley's Hall. All Entries to be in the possession of the Secre- tary Ily May 24th. This Festival is held under the Auspices of the Merthyr Trades Council, who hope in future to hold same on Labour Day. For further information apply to the Secretory— WM. HARRIS, 6 King Edward Villas, Merthyr.

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