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r" It It It j Merthyr Electric Theatre j g Week commencing Monday, December 24th.  2.30 TILL 10.30 P.M. DA ¡LV. I ? CONTiNUQUS PERFORMANCE FROM 2.30 T)LL ?.30 P.M.DAiLY. j I Monday Tuesday, and Wodnes?ay- I j The Majesty of the Law j ? I Jury Drama of Five Reels 1 1 PEARL OF THE ARMY-Episode II. | I A GOOD LITTLE BAD BOY-Gaumont Comedy. I f I LOUIS RAEMAKER'S CARTOONS-Series 3. I f: § Pathe's Gazette and !nterest Film. | m — m Thursday, Friday, and Satiirday- I .1 The Little Damozel I Harma Drama. I I THE HASH HOUSE MYSTERY-Gaumont Comedy. I I j JUDEX-Part 3. THE CALICO CAT Comedy, S1  Pathe's Gazette and Interest Film. I I ADMISSION 3d—Tax, Id.; 6d.-Tax, 2d.; ?——Tax, 3d, I 5 C1uldren s Matinee on Saturday at 10.15-1d. only. S j THEATRE ROYAL & EMPIRE PALACE, MerthyrI I THEATRE !MAEs..Rp'E, Merthyr II 1 7.30 ONCE NIGHTLY. 7.30 | = Week commencing MONDAY, DEC. 24th, 1917. g I BRILLIANT PRODUcmON. The Great Christmas Fairy Pantourim" i I .r, -nd the Beast! j • The Biggest, the Best, *be Brightest Pantom i me ever produced in the Valley#. g  FIFTY STAR ARTISTES. I I SPMAL MATINEES FOR DISTRICT VISITORS AND CMLPREN on Boxing D? I t Thursday and Saturday (ember 26, 27 and 29), at 2.30 p.m. Children half-price to all 8 day performances. I Seats may now be Booked.? Telephone NO. 2. I ? C?c!e, 2/8 Stalls, 2/= Pit, 1/- Gallery, 6d. I. NEW It .-<1"" .I C. Simons & Sons, QENT.'S TAILORS, AND COSTUMIERS, 6 Church St., Merthyr Tydfil. Cut, Make, and Trial Unsurpassed. Customers' Own Materials Made-Up L in Latest Fashions. i HOPE CHAPEL, MERTHYR. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23rd,1 1917. Rev. J. Morgan Jones, M.A. SUBJECT-" BETHLEHEM." A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL '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. TELA TRESEDER, FLORIST, CARDIFF." BLANCHARD'S PILLS Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, etc., they speedily afford relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Peniyroyal, Pill Ooohia, Bitter, Apple, &c. Blanchard's are the best of all Pills for Women. Md in boxes, lIlt, by BOOTS' Branches, and all Chemists, or post free, same price, from Leslie Martin, Id, Chemists, 34 Daiston Lane, London Samples & valuable booklet sent free, Id. stamp. MERTHYR BRANCH N.U.R. PRIZE DRAW. WINNING NUMBERS: -1st, 82; 2nd, 771; W 3rd, 715; 4th, 269; 5th, 856 6th, 739; 7th, 766. 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-i, 2 & 3. ow HELP THOSE WHO HELP "WI YOUR PAPEIII LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK! TABERNACLE HALL, TROEDYRHIW, MISS SYLVIA PANKHURST will speak at the above HaJJ ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1917, under the auspices of THE WOMEN'S PEACE CRUSADE. Deors Open at 7. Commence at 7.30 p.m. ADMISSION BY SILVER COLLECTION. LL.P. MERTHYR BRANCH-I.L.P. OLYMPIA RINK MERTHYR TYDFIL. Sunday Next, December 22 SPEAKER—MR. Fred Bramley, (London) Meeting to Commence at 2.45 p.m. ADMISSION BY SILVER COLLECTION. ABERDARE RACES! MONDAY AND BOXING DAY (Dec. 24th). (Dec. 26th). A114 IN PRIZES. FOR TROTTING AND WHIPPET RACES. EXCELLENT ENTRIES. FIRST RACE EACH DAY AT 1.30 P.M. Secretary—34 ALBERT STREET, MERTHYR. f 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 Wa.tches from 7/6 (wwranted for three years). Gold Brooches &om 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 21 and over will receive hand- some Christmas Presents. Lose no time in inspecting the windows of- H. HAMILTON & SON where all goods are marked in plain figures. ONLY ADDRESS-47 NORTH ST., DOWLAIS Borough of Merthyr Tydfil SUPPLY OF SEED POTATOES. THE Corporation are prepared to accept or- JL ders for a supply of the following IMMUNE VARIETIES of Seed Potatoes. Prices Per Owt. Scotch or Grown in Engl'd Variety. Irish Grown. Once. Twice. Great Scott 13/- 10/6 10/- King George 13/- 10/6 10/- Tompla,r IT/ 10/6 10/ Lochar — 10/6 10/- Golden Wonder 11/- — — Irish Queen 11/ — — The Wai t Disease of Potatoes (Restricted D;fl- it-rote) Order of 1917 No. 1 prohibits aiR occn- pier of land to plant in 1918 potatoes of non- immune varieties except FIRST and SECOND EARLY Varieties forming part of a crop grown by such occupier on his own land in the year 1917. The seeds planted for MAIN CROP must be all of IMMUNE varieties and any person convicted for a breach of the Order is liable for each offence to a penalty of £10. Applieations for any of the varieties in the above Schedule,, stating quantity required and whether Scotch or "Irish Grown" or Grown in England Once" or Grown in Eng- land Twice should be addressed to the PARKS SUPERINTENDENT, CYFARTHFA GAR- DENS, MERTHYR, nut later than 31st Decem- ber, 1917. T. ANEURYN REIDS, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Merthyr Tydfil, 19th December, 1917.

-Christmas 1917


DickWallhead at Neath

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Trades Council and N.U.R.

Gorseinon Notes.