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0 THE DIRECTORS OF § LLOYDS BANK LIMITED desire to call the attention of their customers and others to the advisability of investing all available moneys in NATIONAL WAR BONDS and of applying further savings in the same way. In the Savings Bank Department small sums can be accumulated at interest until they reach the minimum required for purchasing WAR BONDS. •. :17 .l'II!fiOíCC'1"i;<.I:V-V-TTI-ll!rC:r .iimiiwewMiill mil— I THEATRE ROYAL EMPIRE PALAGE,Morthyr RESIDENT MANAGERESS—MRS. G. D. REA. Is 6.45 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8.45 J  Week commencing MONDAY, DEC. ?Oth, 1917. B ? Continued Success of the Morton Powell Reportory Company. 9 I ? GREAT ATTRACTION! TWO POWERFUL PLAYS THIS WEEN. ? • Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday:  CRIPPLE CREEK, jI A Romantic Story of Western American Life. N ? Thursday, Friday and Saturday: I I • The Girl Without A Home I A Stren? Dramatic Story. Played over 2,000 times. I I Seats may now be Booked. Telephone NO.2. I | |V Circ!e, 1/ Stalls, 9d. Pit, 6d. Gallery, 3d. • II II I.-I PLUS NEW TAX. IMHIHBBBItaaBaiH J r tool [ Merthyr Electric Theatre j Week commencing Monday, December 10th. I CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 DLL 10.30 P.M. DAILY. I I- Monday Tuesday, and Wednesday- I I* The Marriage of William Ashe ? From the Novel by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. B PEARL OF THE ARMY—Episode 9. I  DIPPY DAN?S DOINGS-A Gaumont Comedy. I DIPPY DAN'S CARTOONS—Second Series. I LOUIS AEMAKER'S CARTOONS-Second Series. I | I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— z I TiiË1daT"ï ¡j: F L I FE I I A Drama of Exceptional Merit. i I WHEN DAMQN FELL FOR PYTHIAS-Gaumont Comedy. | I JUDEX-Episode 6. THE FIREMAN-Mutual Chaplin. ) Pathe's Gazette, &c. | ADMISSION = 3d.-Tax, ld.; 6d —Tax, 2d.; I /Tax, 3d. I Children's Matinee on Saturday at 10.15—Id. only. 5 sJl Great Bargains for Xmas Season ALL KINDS OF JEWELLERY TO BE SOLD AT PRE-WAR PRICES. Fully illuminated Gents. Lever Watches from 8/6. Handsome Wrist Watches from 7/6 (warranted for three years). Gold Brooches from 3/6. Handsome Dinner Cruets from 12/6. Purchasers of Hamilton's lucky engage- ment and wedding rings will receive a present of the value of 10/6. All purchasers of £1 and over will receive hand- some Christmas Presents. Xiose no time in inspecting the windows of- H. HAMILTON & SON where all goods are. marked in plain figures. ONLY ADDRESS-47 NORTH ST., DOWLAIS WORKERS! ORGANISE! YES I But are the old methods and outlook of Trade Unionism sufficient? READ "INDUSTRIAL UNIONISM" (What it is, and what it isn't).- AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. As a brightly written appeal to the ordinary Trade Unionist, it is very good."—" Plebs." "We commend it to our readers' notice."— The Herald." "A readable pamphlet. The Socialist." 16 pàges, price 2ld. post free; 3/6 per quire of 26 copies, or 15/- per gross. Just the pamphlet for all progressive Trade Union Branches. Send your orders at once to J. Hamilton, B. W .I. U. Social Club, 10 Mill Lane, Islington, Liverpool, or to W. Burrows, The Cabin," 13, Braden Street, Shirlaml Road, Paddington, London, W. 9. BLANCHARD'S PILLS Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, etc. they speedily afford relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Peniynoyal, Pill Oochia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the best of all Pills for Women. Sold in boxes, l/l £ liy BOOTS' Branches, and all Chemists, or post free, same price, from Leslie Martin, td, Chemists, 34 Dalston Lane, London Samples & valuable booklet sent free, Id. stamp. C. Simon s & Sons, GENT.'S TAILORS, AND COSTUMIERS, 6 Church St., Merthyr Tydfil. Cut, Make, and Trim Unsurpassed. Customers' Own Materials Made-Up in Latest Fashions. !■ J HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1917. Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT-" GOD'S OPPORTUNITY." A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL THERE 18 ONLY ONE OINTMENT THAT CURES And this Is supplied by Chemists and the MANNINA OINTMENT CO., FISHGUARD, And is sold in Three Strengths—1, 2 & 3. 'Phone 597. 'Phone 597. WILLIAM TRESEDER, Ltd. THE NURSERIES, CARDIFF. WREATHS, CROSSES, CUT FLOWERS, &c. FRUIT TREES Apples, Pears, Goose- berries, Currants. &c. ROSES—List on Application. Tels: TjyasEDEK, FLORIST, CARDIFF." Merthyr Tydfil Education Committee WANTED a Caretaker for the Oaedraw In- tV fants' School. Wages £ 2 10s. per calendar month, with 4s. 4d. per month for cleaning sundries. During the War a bonus of 6s. per week is allowed. Form' of application may be obtained from the Head Teacher of the School and must be returned to this Office not later than Friday, 14th December. RHYS ELIAS, Director of Education. Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfil, 4th December, 1917. PUBLfC LIBRARY, NEATH. A DEBATE /-? B-? N_ !L..? /-? B tL_ will take place at the above place ON SATURDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 8, 1917, between MR. MARK STARR, C.L.C. (Affirmative), and MR. JOHN THOMAS, B.A., W.E.A. (Negative). Question: "That the W.E.A. is useless for the Working Class." TO COMMENCE AT 7 P.M. Collection. Discussion.

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