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THE BEST HOUSH HI TOWN FOR General Printing IS THE MERCURY, UPPER PARK STREET. Neatness, Cheapness and Despatch Guaranteed. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN SOUTH WALES FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF DRAPERS' GROCERS', AND CHEMISTS' HANDBILLS, e. CLUB CONTRIBUTION CARDS & NOTICES, CASH, CONTRIBUTION, and MINUTE BOOKS, RULES OF PUBLIC SOCIETIES, PARTICULARS & CONDITIONS OF SALE, CHEQUE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CARDS, BOOKS,. TRACTS, TESTIMONIALS ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, RECEIPT FORMS, BUSINESS CIRCULARS, GUMMED LABELS, MERCHANTS.. TRADE LISTS, MUSIC, PLAIN and COLOURED POSTERS, CALLING CARDS, INVITATION CARDS, TOAST LISTS AND MENU CARDS, CONCERT PROGRAMMES AND TICKETS, BALL PROGRAMMES AND TICKETS, EMBOSSED ENVELOPES, EMBOSSED LETTER HEADINGS. Orders by Post or tJterioise tvill always receive prompt attention. CU- NOTE THE ADDRESS— 'Mercury' Offices, UPPER PARK STREET, LLANELLY. BURRY PORT. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place on WHIT MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 7th, 1897. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, not less than 80 voices, Ffarwel i ti, Gymru Fad (Dr. Parry). Praw, £20 and Chair. MALE V mCIt COMPHTITIOX, Crusaders" (Daa Protheroe), not less than 40 voices. Prize, £10 and Gold Medal. CHOHAL COMPKTITION, Pwy sydd fel yr Arglwydd g (T. Davies). Prize, X5 and Silver Medal. ADJUDICATORS Music JOHN PRICE, Rhymney Poetry, Conductor, &c. Rev. G. PENAR r GRIFFITHS, Secretaries JNO. ROWLANDS, Brynygroea. ARTHUR GO WER, A.C., PencoedL Treasurer J. G. FINDLAX, Programmes, Id. each per Post, ltd. PONTY3EREM. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place on MONDAY, JULY 5th, 1897. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION—•" Ffarwel i ti, Gym. Fad" (Dr. Parry). Prize £ 20, aud a Gold MedMt worth Y,2 2s. PRYDDRST-" Dedwyddwch" (not above 150 lioesl. Prize El 10s. For full list, of subjects and particulars see pre. gramme, to be had for Id., or 1,d. by post, from the Secretaries- W. THOMAS, Club House, Pontybereau » OLIVER BEYNON, Office, Pontyberem. LLANGENDEIRNE. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD Will be held in a Spa -ious Pavilion at the above phee on MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1897 (BANK HOLIDAY). CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION (to Choirs not under 70), "Ffarwel i ti, Gymru Fad" (Dr Parry), £20. 2ND CHORAL COMPETITION (to Choirs not under 35), Dyddiau Dyn sydd fel Glaswelltyu" (T. Davies), JE5. MALE VOICE COMPETITION (to Parties not under 30), "Wyr Philistia" (D. Jenkins, Mas. Bac.); JE4. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR Mr. DAVID JENKINS. Mas. BAC. CONDUCTOR MABON, M.P. Programmes shortly (I§d. by Post), from the See,— Mr. LEWIS, Board School, Llaugeudeirne. W. C. ACE, TEACHER OF MUSIC. Lessons on Violin and Pianoforte. Pupils prepared for the Local Examinations ef Trinity College (Load.), Royal College of Music, fee* Pianofortes and Violins for Sale on Easy Terms. 14. WEST END. MISS MAGGIE AUBREY (Former Student at the Royal Academy of Music, London), gives Lessons in Voice Training & Pianoforte Playing And is open to Engagements as ACCOMPANIST AT CONCERTS & EISTEDDFODAU. Visits Llwynheudy, LiaTigftitiec-h, Pontardulais, and Ammanford weekly. Farther particulars at Marshfield Terrace, Llanelly. MISS MARY EVANS: Teacher of Music, Having Passed all the Local Examinations ot Trinity College, London, wishes to make known that she is prepared to Receive er Visit PUPILS for THEORY and PIANO- FORTE PLAYING. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 13, Downing Street, Llanelly. OPENING OF A NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC BUSINESS. W. G. PROBEKT (Formerly of Messrs. McLucas & Co.) Begs to inform the inhabitants of Llanelly and public generally, that he HAS OPENED the VICTORIA STUDIO, Vaughan Street, Llanelly, Where, by strict attention to business and High- class work, he solicits a sUsre of their patronage. Athletic Groups: -FOOTBALLL, CRICKET, and LAWN TENNIS. Children's Groups a Speciality. Enlargements, Paintings in Oil, Water Colomrs, and Architecture Photography. GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. A LADY, the Daughter of a late eminent Physician, will be pleased to forward fall particulars (on receipt of a stamped directed envelope) of a Certaiu Cure for all forms of irregularities, no matter how caused or how long standing; This remedy causes no paia* Nausea, or prostration whatever. Madame L. M. DOUGLAS, 127, GAISFORD STREET, LONDON, N.W. A POSITIVE CURE GUARANTEED. Houts :-5.0 till 9.0 p.m., on Tuesday and | Thursday, or by appointment.