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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. CABDIFP. rjVHEATRE JJOYAL, CARDIFF. liCBCoe and Manager ROBERT BEDFORD. ETEET EVENING, at 7.30, and SATURDAY, At Two. FIRST TIME IN CARDIFF. AOBERT COURTNEIDGE'S COMPANY IN THE MUSICAL PLAY. THE B L TJ F, MOON, AS PLAYED AT THE LYRIC THEATRE, LONDON. NEXT WEEK-THE MUSICAL PLAY, THE CATCH OF THE gEASON. Box Office at Theatre. 10 to 5. Nat. TeL, 362. a7855 Tis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do more-deserve it.Addisou. THE CARDIFF EMPIRE, QUEEN-STREET. Managing Director .ObW ALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! THE THREE OLYMPIERS In an Artistic Entertainment, entitled BEAUTY IN BRONZE," A Series of Studies from the Classics, pour. tray,ing living replicas of some of the great masters' most beautiful bronze sculptural &gures. figures.idea of the representation is to show the public the world's famous art gems, in as perfect a form as it is possible to be shown by grace and beauty of the human form. The Three Olympiers are superbly developed specimens of the manly form-a necessary condition if classical works are to be re- produced with any faithfulness. Their poses leave nothing Co be desired as to exactitude and truthfulness of copy. The poses include—The "Kugel-drucker" ( Putting the Weight"), "The Quoit Thrower," "Ajax with the tiody of Patrocius," The Messenger of Victory from Marathon," "Hercules," "Atlas," "Pro Patria," and "Friendship." THE ALTHOFFS, In a Comic Sketch of Musical Surprises. MAUDIE FORD, Ttoe Neat Little Comedienne and Dancer. HALE AND FRANCIS, In an Original Hoop Rolling and Club 'Juggling Speciality, Interpolated with Odd Bits of Comedy. HARRIET VERNON, A Fine Woman. Beautitully Costumed. HORACE JONES, The Very Latest Welsh Comedian. This Artiste appeared in Liverpool last week, and created a veritable furore. GODFREY JAMES, Of Cross Keys. Newport. Mon. A Genuine Singer from the Pit. E. J. SHELDON, Who has Some Funny Remarks to Make. LOS GRANADAS, Sensational Happenings Outside an Hotel. The Bounding Boys. mE HUNDRED TO ONE SHOT; OR, A RUN OF LUCK! A Sensational Episode on the AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. Bicycles Stored Free of Charge. Two Performances Nightly, at 7 and 9. o Box Otftce Open Daily (with exception of Saturday). 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Saturdays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. L18863 "To amuse and entertain is good, To do both and instruct is better." f STOLL'S PANOPTICON, IBILTRAP- ONIC-HALL. St. Mary-st., Cardiff. TO-NIGHT, at 7.15, TO-NIGHT. MATINEES—WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 2.30. THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE COMPY. Present a specially strong Programme of New and Popular Picture Songs. FOLLOWING IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS, A Pictorial Version of a Famous Song of that Title. SCREAMINGLY FUNNY. BOYS OF THE OLD BRIGADE I A rousing Military Song, with fine picture effects. Sang by GWTLYM NAISH. THE LATEST OOMIC HIT- HOW THE TIME FLIES I PANSY FACES, Illustrated Song by Miss ADA FEARE. WONDERS OF CANADA, A MOST REMARKABLE SERIES. WHICH IS THE WAY TO HEAVEN? A Pretty Song, with Onarming Illustrations, Sung by LITTLE RUTH WALTERS, The Wdnderful Child Vocalist. JOINED LIPS. H.M.S. MONTAGU ON THE ROCKS OFF LUNDY. BLACK BEAUTY! The Four-footed Hero. SALLY IN OUR ALLEY, Delightfnl Ballad, perfectly rendered by BEG. WILLIA36, the ever-popular Welsh Tenor. CAUGHT IN A TRAP, A Most Amusing Trifle. BY REQUEST— THE TRAIN WRECKERS, A Great Picture of Thrilling Interest. A RARE MUSICAL TREAT MAGNIFICENT VOCAL SCENA By REG. WILLIAMS and GWILYM NAISH' Entitled- FOR ALL ETERNITY, Splendidly Illustrated Incidents. MUSICAL ITEMS BY MISS HETTY HOCKING. » Prioes of Admission: -Grand Circle, 6d. (bookable in advance, 9d.); Orchestra Stalls. I 4d. (bookable in advance, 6d.); Pit Stalls 3d Gallery. 2d. Children under twelve Half-price Doors open at 6.30 each evening. Wednesday and Saturday at two o'clock. e2644 JpARK-H ALL, CARDIFF. I TO-NIGHT, at 8. TO-NIGHT, at 8. ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF THE T. LOUIS P ICTURES. rbe Hage Building packed nightly with an enthusiastic crowd. who declare "The Pic- tures are BETTER THAN LAST TIME.' NEW TALKING AND SINGING PICTURES. MATINEE, SATURDAY, at 3 p.m. Eacb Evening at 8. Doors open 7.30 pan. Early Doors open 7 p.m., 3d. extra to all parts. PRICES—3d., 6d., Is., Is. 6d. DON'T FORGET-The ST. LOUIS PICTURES are to be Seen at the PARK-HALL ONLY. e2915 NEWPORT. qiHE NEWPORT EMPIRE, CHARLES-STREET. l4 Direotor.OSW ALD STOLL. TONIGHT. LUDWIG AM ANN, Character IT mpereonator. Amy Russell. Avrignys, Jugglers and Equilibrists. Dick and Dorothy. Pivo BogaawiyB, as "The Lunatic Bakers." Florence a.nd LaliaiL ?Pcm?S of Cardiff's New 'rown-hall ?? Law C<?rts. shown on the  Graæ Widower." Victor Travers. As funny p°r,°r5 £ £ '» LYCEUM?, _? LlW L Y C E U M N E W~P~0~ R T' —— Lessee & Manager .SIDNEY COOPTT?" T_O_ -NTGHT.at 7.30, MATINEE SATURDAYY*at2 THE SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL PL\ THE DUCHESS OF DANTZIC FULL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA Next Week: "FLOROOORA." Box Offloe open 10 till 3. Nat. Tel.. 158. e2919 yy nATS IN A N AMF,? It depends. A good name is everything. No I man is him in public estimation unless he has deserved it-that is, earned his reputa. tion. It is the same always. When an artioie has obtained a good name it has always deserved it. For instance, a good name on a cheque is like coin of the realm just an safe. If you are very ill the name of a great physician is a guarantee; you feel safe. If you are below par the name of a good medicine is a guarantee, too; you feel saje. BEECHAM'S PILLS are the great family physician-they have a good o.ame. and You know you are safe in using  ?? have earned their repu- tation. whwh is world-wide. Thou?nda epu- them every day, and have done 80 for sixty yeø.1'8. If there was an Order of Merit for m y= Dm like there M for men of high and tnM worth, BEECHAM'S PILLS would be aamong the first to be honoured. The head cannot be1 right if the stomach is wrong- BEEOHAV'S PILLa keep the stomach right. There is really no need to-day to co-f?o?M their virtues M a blood pnriner. a tmic for the nervous sy?em, or a cure Cor a sluggimh liver. The name on the box is all y«a want. They are so w?l.knowTt that they RECOMMEND THEMSELVES. Bold everywhere in boxes. Mfice 14ft (56 pills) and 2/9 (168 pills). 4370 STOP PRESS Latest Telegrams. MERCHANT SHIPPING BILL. On thi- further c.a-.durution the Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment Bill in. the Hou.-c of Common' this afternoon. Sir George Doughty supported Mr. Evelyn Cecil's motion to omit- Clause 51. which, deai?: with deductions of spaces Used for the storage of provii-ion and water space in calculating net tonnage. He objected the reduction of register tonnage, be- dues of dock owners and the fees of pilots, Mr. D. Al'Iver also objected to the clause. Sri A M !i X > F ATA 11 QrARRKL. an to-day on b-rf.v • f Wallace Henry Tare, 29, 3. vrdic-t of iiV!i.-i 1 lighter «ras returned John Well. It was stated t'm ti'f decerise.l interfer ?rl in a qi;arrei .nr. on- "-C'lnie" on the t'an1.hj:1 )f:1I]- encs-tor Ct\. ;11!;1 t1:r afterward.- ht. "ra iound dead witn '1 wound in the abdomen r'ETiW ilL'ssC'KD IX ATLANTIC. Th,. £ -.camei* E. o. Salt march from Pen.-acola, bound for Liverpool, on pass- ing Browhead, to-day, signalled that fthf- had TEseued in the Atlantic the entiro crew of. the Portuguese schooner Vera Cruz, which was abandoned on the 6th ittet. in lit sunkius; condition, KILLED IN AN EXPI/OSION. i H AI? 0 E AGAIXT COL LI EE Yi OFFICIAL. At the Carmarthen Winter Assizes this afternoon, "before Tvlr. Justice Walton, William. Basset, a colliery; overseer, was charged with feloniously killing andslay- :ng {)11e Thomas Thomas on September 8 •it Bett-r-.3. near Garnant, Carmarthen- shire. Thomas was a. collier and waf killed a- result of an explosion, in a pait of tha mine which delVudant was supposed to hare examined. While the case was In progress, the judge drew the jury's attention to the fact there must be evi- dence of negk'-rt ami that the neglect wae contributed. iARriEBAJRGOED FATALITY. A verdict of accidental de,,ith Yras re- tnruect by "the Cardiff coroner's jury this afternoon en tho body of Elijah..WiLsou,' collier. received on die(i .'or receivea ou phg n4h:a ito SAbearbkU'soed, 'ID.J'r FORGERY BY ACCOUNTANT. At Worcester Assize? to-day, John 48, accountant, of Birmingham, was sentenced to seven years' penal servi- tnde for forging bills of exchange and obtaining money by false pretences Latest Londion Bettingi—Derby Gold Cup.—9 to 2 agst Hong Kong, t and o Essex, 4 goaI?;i Sussex, 2. Norfolk, 1 goal*} ft'ol I, —- ?- Norfolk, t goa?:! S?ToI? 1. PIANOS & ORGANS NEW STYLES. LOWER PRICES. BETIER VALUE THAU UTTER. LATEST INFORMATION FUJI. DALE. FORTY & CO., PIANO MANUFACTURERS A IMPORTERS, HIGH-STREET Ii; CASTLE ARCAD. QASDIFF. ALao it OHILTINEAU. BIRMINQHAJSt. A«. Xg T o r W ?\ ? A 0 o v a H 1 A dose of TUDOR WILLIAMS' BALNAM of HONEY will do it instantly. rjiUDOR yyiLLIAMS* gALSAM OF JJONEY (8 known throughout Brit&in m the only lafe and reliable remedy for OO G GILS, COIiDS, BRONCHITIS, AISTHILA. AND CXEILDRENA COUGH AFTER MKAflfiKS. The ingredients are Nature's beat, fathered on the wild hilia Gl Wales in their proper season. SEE YOU GET THE GENUINE ARTICLE TUDOR WTT-F-TAMN pATENT gALSAM OF JJONEY, SO MANY IMITATIONS AND FRAUDS. Sold by all Ohemlsts and Stores at ls., 2e. 6d., amd 4s. 6d. per bottle. Great Saving in purchasing the JarKe bottle. For Vocalists and Public Speakers it has no equal; it makes the voice as clear u a ball. Sample bottle sent (poet paid) for 18. id., Z8. 9d., and 5s. from the inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, R.S.D.L. MANUFACTDRER- TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., A.S.Aptfc, LONDON. Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist by Examination, MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. eS7U A PIANO for 10/6 On Payment of this,Small Deposit A FIRST-CLASS PIANO OF GENUINE ENGLISH MANUFACTURE, Will be sent, "CARRIAGE PAID," to any, Address. And on payment of a similar amount monthly for a given period will become the absolute property of the Hirer. THOMPSON & SHACKELL (LIMITED), 24, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF And at 32, Castle-st, eet, Swuæa. 25, Commerctal-st., Newport 8, Tiff-St., I-o. typridd. 114. Hizh-at., MerthsT. 48, EMt?ate-?t., Glouceaw 140/142, NewfouudiMd-t?., Bristol. 1, Wyndham-st., Bridgend ?6O? Stepney-?t.. LlnaliT. LARGEST DISCOUNTS FOR CASH. Easy Terms to Suit All Buyers. FULL VALUE ALLOWED FOR OLD PIANOS IN EXCHANGE. Tuning and Repairs a Speciality. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL (Ltd.), For PiANOS and ORGANS. Agents for fuoet of the following:- BECHHTEIN, KAPS, BROADWOOD, IBACH, HOOFF, CHALLEN, BRINSMEAD, AJELLO. HOPKINSON. 8TEINWAY, Ac., 4c. QUOTATIONS GIVEN FROM ANY OTHER MAKER'S LIST. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. Sole Agents for the Eatey Organs and the leading Piauo Players" for Bristol aoid South Wales. tain Gladstone's 32 Bites. The G. O. M.'s High Valuation of Proper Mastication. Perhaps no man has ever shewn more consistent regard for the necessity of proper mastication of food as an aid to digestion than the late Mr. Gladstone. This octo- genarian statesman always attributed his rugged constitu- tion to his confirmed habit of giving thirty-two bites to each particle of food he partook of. The albumen and fibrine in BOVRIL is in the form of a very fine powder, and there- fore requires no mastication, an important point when many men, and women too, have to swallow their meals quickly and rush back to their duties. Those who are thus pushed for time should cultivate the Bovril habit. Never is this excel- lent and nutritious stimulant more acceptable than when time presses and hunger preys. COUGHS CURED. CONSUMPTION PREVENTED FARGHER'S BALSAM OF MULBERRIES IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST COUGH CCftE EVER INVENTED. FOR COUGHS AND COLDS OF ANY KIND THERE IS POSITIVELY NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. lOjd. and 2s. 3d. per Bottle. OF ALL CHEMISTS, or from the Proprietor, CHARLES FARGHER, CHEMIST, SPLOTT BRIDGE. CARDIFF. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS DENTISTRY, By an Entirely New Process. Mr. GEO POOLE, SURGEON DENTIST, 13, WESTBOURNE CRESCENT (Facing Sophia Gardens), CARDIFF. SUCCESSFUL DENTISTRY. 104, Clive-street, Grange. October 22nd, 1906. Dear Mr. Poole,-I feel it my duty to sin- cerely thank you for the very careful and practical services you have rendered me in extracting three most difficult teeth under which abscesses had formed, and I feel that only by your most skilful and careful treat- I ment you have saved me from considerable suffering. I shall always feel it a pleasure to recommend your services to anyone need- ing dental treatment; your most moderate charges and careful attention after extrac- tion* should appeal to all who require the ser- vices of a thorough, practical, and careful Dentist. You are at liberty to make what- ever use you like of this, as I feel I cannot praise your services too highly.—I remain, yours faithfully, THOS. BEER, Cardiff Pilot. Oakfield, Ruthin-gardens, Cardiff, March 10. 19C6. Dear Sir,—It affords me great pleasure to let you know how pleased I am with the Teeth you have made me. I am perfectly satisfied with them. Your new process of extraction of Teeth without gas is almost painless, and your charges are very reason- able. I can, with the greatest con&dence, recommend anyone requiring the aid of an a,ble Den tiat to place themselves under your care, when they will (like myself) be more than satisfied.-I Itm, yours truly, (Rev.) J. JONES. G. Poole, Esq., Surgeon Dentist, Cardiff. FIRST-CLASS TEETH AT MODERATE CHARGES. Consultation and all Information Free. SMOKE BONUS MIXTURE, 4D. per oz. BONUS MIXTURE, 4D. peroz BONUS MIXTURE, 4D. per oz. BONUS MIXTURE, 4D. per oz SMOKEBS GET THE BEST VALUE ON THE \r A B.K KT- ONLY AT NELSON'S. Only Nelson can do it! e2&24 SALES BY AUCTION ANGEL HOTEL YARDS, CARDIFF. IMPORTANT TO GENTRY, FARMERS, AND OTHEliS. SALE OF VALUABLE HORSES, HARNESS, SADDLERY, Ac., the Property of Eddie Thomas, Esq., lateofsunpybaak, Costleton. MESSRS. ARMSTRONG, FRANCIS, and CO. have been favoured with in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, as above (Without Reserve), on SATURDAY, Novem- ber 17th, 1906, at Three p.m., HORSES, HARNESS, &c., Oomprifli'iug—bay mare, ? year old, 14.3, quiet to ride and drive, good mover; bay mare, 5 yea.r old, 14.2 (by "Oappoquiu"), quiet to ride and drive; capital hack, puit lady (would make a good polo pony); brown gelding, 6 year old, 15.3, quiet to ride and drive, hunted up to day of eale; bay pony (entire) (bv "Copalder Squire"), 2 year old, been led and mouthed; 1 tiet brown double barner-s (equal to new), 2 straw collars, 4 black leather collars, 3 gents' saddles, 1 lady's saddle, com- plete sot of winter horse olothing, night rugs, oilskin rugs, hoods, summer sheets, 1 travel- ling rug, 3 hunting crops, 10 snaffle, 6 Liver- pool, and 4 short bar bit?. 3 pair stirrup irons, girths, knee-capa, pillar reins, traces, breast zllars, bibs, tai,pads, pole straps, rollers, halters, saddle pads, tugs, loin straps, bandages, saddle fittings, and other stable requisites too numerous to mention. On View Morning of Sale. 307862 Auctioneers' Offices, 19, Duke-street, Cardiff. PUBLIC NOTICES THE CARDIFF TECHICAL SCHOOL. -L -Boy Artificers in the Royal Na.vy.-The JEduoa.tio? (Technical Instruction) CommhtW iol Cardiff is prep-aj?d to Nominate to the ? Lords Commimkme-rs of the Admiralty One Boy from a Cardiff Council School (Elemen- tary, Intermediate, or Technical), who will be between the age of 15 and 16 on the lgt of January, 1907, for entry && a Boy Artincer for j Training Ln His Majesty's Reserves ae an ? Engime-room Artificer. Further Information may be obtained from the undersigned, to whom all aipplioeutkms for such, nomination must be sent 00 or before Monday, November | 26th, 1906.-J. AUSTIN JENKL B.A., Secre- ta.ry. University College, OamtCJ, November 7th. 1906. 83

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