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(THEATRE ROYAI j ITI1Ni!E,IiYRL I  Resident Manager Mr. R. T. REA. 2 I 6.45. TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45. I Week commencing MONDAY, OOT. 15th, 1917. I I ENORMOUS AND SENSATIONAL ATTRACTION I Messrs. Morton Powell & Co. present 8 THE GREAT FORBIDDEN PLAY- I "GHOSTS!" p Ibsen's Masterpiece in Three Acts. I  FOR ADULTS ONLY! Seats may now be booked (Telephone No. !). 2 M "A far better play, as such, than Damaged Goods'"—Meferee. I I- ?" Circle, 1/ StaHs, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. ) S PLUS NEW TAX. S |»i iBMiiaHmwBBBtiaBMiaaMiiaBniiiaiiiaMHiJ I.L.P. MERTHYR —— I.L.P. COME TO THE Olympia Rink MERTHYK TTDIPII., NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON October 14th, 1917. Speakers- MR. W. A. ANDREWS South Africa, Delegate to Stockholm. Mr. PETHICK LAWRENCE M.A., London. To Commence at 2.45 p.m. Admission by Silver Collection Mr OAKDALE I.L.P. A PUBLIC MEETING will be heid in the HALL of the WORKMEN'S INSTITUTE, OAKDALE, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1917. Speaker Couneillor EGERTON WAKE (of Barrow-in-Furness). COMRADE J. HUGHES IN THE CHAIB. Meeting to Commence at 6.30 p.m. ADMISSION BY SILVER COLLECTION. THE KEIR HAIIJDIE MEMORIAL MEETING will be held on THURSDAY, OCT. 25. Speaker; REV. J. MORGAN JONES (Merthyr). Same platre and time. 'INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM AND THE MINING INDUSTRY,' By GEORGE HARVEY (Author of first booklet in Britain on subject and one-time editor of The Socialist). A GREAT BOOK, 113 post-free, from Author, MINERS' HALL. WARDLEY COLLIERY, PELAW-ON-TYNE.

T. C. Morris in Liverpool.,

Tredegar Notes.

I Swansea Valley Notes.


The Miners' Next Step. I

Political N otes.


1 Theatre Royal. I