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Thompson & Shackell, Ltd. PIAN08 AND CII .J. H th T d PIANOS AND ORGANS. Cheapest ouse in e ra e. ORGANS. ESTEYaORGAN AGENCY, '24, Queen-street, Cardiff. BRANCH ADDRESSES:- SWANSEA S3, Castle street. PONTYPRIDD 6, Taff-sfcreefc. NEWPORT .S. Commercial-street. GLOUCESTER 42, Eastgate-street. i LLANELLY .60, Stepney-street. BRISTOL 142, Newfoundland-road. I MERTHYR 114, High-street. BRIDGEND .1, Wyndham-street. Terms 1 Hire System, from 10/- Monthly. 'I Large Discount for Cash. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. LIST FREE ON APPLICATION. N.B.—ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. DO YOU SUFFER FRONt EYESTfyMX ? CAN YOU READ WITH EASE AND COMFORT AND ALSO SEE DISTANT OBJECTS CLEARLY AND DISTINCTLY? ARE YOU IN DOUBT ABOUT THE STATE OF YOUR EYESIGHT VISIT. VISIT. C. F. WALTERR*, F.M.C., OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN, OXFORD STREET, (Nearly opposite National Schools) SWANSEA And 49a, Commercial Street, Aberdare. PRICES MODERATE'CONSISTENT WITH THE HIGHEST SKILL AND WORKMANSHIP. ABERAMAN WORKMEN'S HALL Popular Lectures for the People. Friday, Jan. 30, Mr. HENRY C. PREECE (The famous Blind Lecturer). Subjeot-" The Comedy of Daily Life." Chairman: Rev. E. C. Camble. Friday, February 13, Miss ADA L. WARD, L.L.A. Subject-" Funny Folks their Fads, Fancies and Foibles." Miss M. A. Davies in the cbair Friday, February 27, Dr. C. W. SALEEBY, F.R.S.E. Subject-" Worry: The Disease of the Age. Chairman: Dr. Trevor Cory. Friday, March 6th, Miss MALECKA (The Prisoner of Warsaw). Subject-" My Experiences in Russian Poland." Mrs. Rose Davies in the chair. Monday, March 9, at Saran Chapel, Mr. ALEXANDER WATSON. Dramatic Reciter (Serious and Humorous). Chairman Rev. H. P. Jenkins. The few remaining Reserved Seats will be booked in the order they are applied for. Prices 4/ 2/6,1/5 and 9d. for the tive Lectures. Single Tickets (if room) at 2/ 1/ 6d. and 3d. None sold until 7,36 Doors Open at 7.15 p m., to Commence at 7.45 sharp. Seats may now be Seats may now be booked with the Secretaries—Messrs. W. W. Price, 11 Stuart Streat, Aberdare and D. E. Davies, IS Hill Street, Aberaman. THE CYMMER C.M. I I- SIXTH ANNUAL CHAIR EISTEDDFOD will be held at ST. JOHM'S HALL, CYMMER, PORTH, ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1914. PRESIDENT THE HON. ROLAND E. PHILIPPS, LONDON. CHIEF EVENTS: Mixed Choirs, We never will bow down," CI5, and a Challenge Cup, value £ 6 6/ Present holders of the Cap Mardy United Choir. Male Voice, "The Pilgrims," £ 15. 21/-for Soloist, and a Silver-mounted Baton will be pre- sented to the successful conductor by Messrs Dale, Forty & Co., Ltd., Piano and Orga Merchants, Cardiff. Second Male Voice. In the Sweet By-and-bye," 9.5. Children's Choirs, (a) Song of Truth," (b) Lullaby," R5, and a Gold Medal presented by Mrs. Morgan Hicks, Cymmer Solos, 21'- (open Novice), Trio (open), Solo for Children, two Pianoforte Solos, Penillion Singing, Englyn. Essay. Prize Bagii, Recitation 21/, Mining Subject, Chair Poem-21/- and a Solid Oak Chair, suitably carved, value f4 4' presented by the Roath Furnishing Co., Taff Street, Pontypridd. Programmes, Id. each; 14d. post free. Winning Compositions of the last Eisteddfod can be obtained from the Secretary in book form, 6d. each post free 7d, Hon. Secretary—TOM EVANS Gwalia Cafe, Cymmer, Porth. Carmarthen Dairy, Seymour St. a Whitcombe St., ABERDAR. Cynyrch Lfaethdy o'r Fath Oreu, yn oynwya Hufen Ceufedig Ammrwd a Devonshire, yn newydd bob dydd. Wyau Newydd Ddodwy—Gwarantedig. Darperir ar gyfer Partion To. Anfonir Llaeth ddwywaith y dydd. Hysbysiad o Bwys I Hysbyswyr, Gohebwyr a Dosha rth wyr. Teimhvn mai angenrhaid yw gwntr* yn hysbys y cyhoeddir y Dariau hod dyad Ma wrth, ac y danfonir hi í'f holl ddosbarthwyr brydnawn yr UN dydd. Dymunwn ar i bawb a anfonanf hvsbysiadau neu newvddion urgent* ofalu eu bod yn cyrhaedd y swyddls heb fod yn ddiweddarach na bore Mawrth. Carem gael bob gohebiaxtft aran mor gynar ag sydd bosibl. Anfoner pob gohebiaeth a phob :r.. fodaeth yn dal perthynas a'r "Darian" i'r cyfciriad a ganiyn YN UN IG SWYDDFA'R DARIAN," ABERDAR. •r CWMAMAN JUVENILE EISTEDDFOD. The Seventh Annual Juvenile EISTEDDFOD, Will be held at the PUBLIC HALL, CWMAMAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 14th, 1914. Chief Items: Juvenile Choii-, "Chain of Welsh Airs," 25, and a Marble Clock, value zC3, kindly given by Roath Furnishing Co., Pontypridd.—Action Song, Own Choice 1st prize, t-2; 2nd, £ 1.—Champ- ion Solo for Gii-Is, Hark, ye herald angels sing" (Gabriel), 10 6.—Champ- ion Solo for Boys. Y Ddwy Delyn (Pughe Evans), 10/6.—Duett (soprano and alto), Hen Gymru Dlos (T. J. Morgan).—Drill Competition: 1st, zel; 2nd. 10; Prizes offered for Bolos, Recitations, Drawing, Essay and Letter Writting. Further particulars in Programmes, post free ld. To be had from the Hon. .Secretary-W. O. Lloyd. Isfryn. Cwm- aman, Aberdare. Os bydd yn anghyfleus i un o'r darllen- wyr gael v Darian oddiwrrh ddosbarth- wr genir ei chael o'r Swyddfa, Aberdar, am lic. yr wythnos, 6oh. am fis, 1/7, y chwarter, 3/3 am haner blwyddyn, a 6/6 am flwyddyn drwy'r post.

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