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A SOLDIER'S PLIGHT, I

j BOXING IN NEW YORK. I

BAD DEBTS AND KEEN COMPETITION.

THE COURT.I

IMR JOSEPH ARCH.I -

.rA Llandaff Mystery.

ADULTERA liON OF FOOD.

Perils of the Deep. ----a..--u--_.-

.....-Fog at Holyhead.

THE CITY OF AGRA,

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February 12th, Grand Fashionable Night, under distinguished patronage BENEFIT OF MR W. T. BENJAMIN (Acting Manager), ihe Night of the Season. 30 well-known Artistes. MONDA\ EXT, Feb. 15oh, 1897, Return Visit of the Phenomenal Success—W S. PENLEY'S CO. la CHARLEY'S AUNT. Seats may now be booked. The Prisoner of Zenda is Coming. Doors open at 7 commence 7.30. Prices, 6d to 92 29. Booking offices, Messrs Thompson A ShitckeU, Ltd., Queen-street, from 10 to 5. Telephone, 521. THEATRE ROYAL. JL Lessee and Manageress. MRS EDWARD FLETCHER. FRIDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 12TH, ANNUAL B KNEFIT OF MR W. T. BENJAMIN, Acting Manager. THE NIGH L1 OF THE SEASON. Under the distinguished patronage of the Right Hon. Lord Tredegar, Major General H. H. Lee, J. M. Maclean, Ksq., M.i\, Lascelles Carr, Esq.. J.P., Arthur J. Gould, Esq. (Our Captain), Cardiff and Newport FootbaJI Clubs, Catford C.C.. and local Cycling Club3. Grand production of the American up-to-date Musical Play, THE FAST MAIL. Enormous Attractions! The Night of the Season Gigantic Programme I Thirty well-known Artistes Increa-ed Orchestra Doors open 6.30, comm-nce 7 sharp. Prices as usual. Tickets everywhere. See Bills. 'Tis not in mortals to command success, but we'll do n10re-de,.¡erve ir." THE EMPIRE. MA.NAUIING DIRECTOR OSWALD STOLL TO, NIGHT I With New Victures, The ORIGINAL LUMIERE Under Mons. Trewey, From The Empire, London. Hyde Park Corner. Burmese Wrestling, Rhine Fall (Wiirtcmberg), Loading a earner iii Spain, Panorama of Cologne (Germany), Brooklyn Bridge in New York, Dragoons Crossing a River, The Water Chute, Queen's Regiment, Portugal. Charge of Cuirassiers, Fire Brigade Call. JONES and ROBINSON on the Parallel Bars. The FOUR LYRIC SISTERS, Singers and Dancers. ELLA DEAN, Y ou're so good, daddy." ENO, Mimic. "'Ihe Coon's Courtship," SISTERS VI and EVELYN POOLE. RAMZA and ARNO. The BROS. CRESCENDO, Musical Comedians. NEXT WEEK— CINCINNATTI, LIEUT. COLE. Box Office open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Saturdays, 10 to 1) for Reserving Seats in Fauteuits and Grand Circle, and for Reserving Boxes. Q. R A N D rjp H E A T R E. I.KS«F:K IT MAN4GKR Mr CLARENCE SOUNKs. I.KS«F:K IT MAN4GKR Mr CLARENCE SOUNKs. Grand and Enthusiastic Reception of the screaming Farcical Comedy— T HE NEW BABY (from the New iioyalty Theatre. London), preceded each evenins by the f:trce- MAY AND DECEMBER. Doors open 7 commence* 7.30. Box Office open daily at Theatre from 10 to 4. Tele- phone 725. Prices from 6d to £ 1 Is. IONDA Y NEXT, February 15th, important engage ment, for three nigliis oiily, of Mr and Mrs KENDAL and their London Company. Seats can now be booked at the Theatre. QjRAND THEATRE, CARDIFF. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, 1897, FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY, MR AND MRS KENDAL and their Company, THEIR FIRST VISIT 10 CARDIFF. 6633 PROGRAMME— 707e MONDAY A SCRAP OF PAPER." TUESDAY "A FLASH IN THE PAN." WEDNESDAY THE IRONMASTER." QARDIFF ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY*. Patron, The Most Hon. the Marquis of Bute, K.T. .J UBI LEE CONCERT, PARK HALL, CARDIFF. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17TH, 1S97. VOCALISTS MISS MAGGIE DAVIES AND MR ANDREW BLACK. SOLO VIOLONCELLO, MR w. H. SQUIRE. Full Orchestra of 70 Performers. Conductor J. E. DEACOX Reierve(I Seats, 3s 6d each Unreserved Seats, 2s and is. Plan at Mr Wm. Lewis', 22, Duke-street, Cardiff. Doors open 7.15 commence at 8. Carriages 10.15. Special train to Ll&nisheu and Caerphilly, leaving Cardiff at 11 p.m. 6437—510e P_ HILHARMONIC HALL & STOLL'S W. PANOPTICON, ST. MARY-STREET. OPEN ALL DAY. Waxworks, Crystal Maze, Tiehbome Trial Picture, Jungle, Phonograph, Galatea, etc etc. SVVANS¥A~~ TH E E ;Nt PI R E. X Managing DIRECTOR. OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIG Li I LIEUT. COLB, LESLIE TRIO, ALDOW and THEO, ADKLIS l.IBRA, MARY GLOVER, REX HARLEY, MAYNARD & CALVER, HE BRUINS. Next wt-fk-THE CINEMA J OGRAPHE. NEWPORT. H E E M P I R E MANA«in« DIRECTOR—OSWALD STOLL, TO-NIGHT I THE DAIRYMAID, I BY THE KEENE REEVES COMBINATION OF EIGHTEEN PERFORMERS. VARIETIES BY OTHER ABLE ARTISTES. PONTYPRIDD. OYAL CLARENCE THEATRE, PONTYPRIDD. Proprietors Messrs TRENCHARD and JONES. Manager Mr TOM JONES. MONDAY, February 8th, and during the week. Return Visit of Mr FRED L. CONNYNGHAME'S No. I Company in the Wonderful, Ghost-thrilling, supernatural Success, "THE PHANTOMS." Time and Prices us usual. Seats may be booked without extra charge at Messrs Thompson and Shackell's Ma ic Warehouse. Taff-st. 74e MERTHYR. rflHEATRE ROYAL & UPEKA HOUSE, X MERTHYR. The Most Modern Theatre in Wales. Illuminated throughout by Electricity. SOLE LESSEE AND MANAGER ..Mr WILL SMITHSON. THE FUNNIEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL PANTOMIME PRODUCTION IN WALES. DAY PERFORMANCE SATURDAY at 2 o'clock Owing to the length of the performance the curtain will rise at 7.45. Early doors open at 6.30, 3d extra to all parts; Ordinary doois open at 7.15 MONDAY, FEB. 1ST, FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, Costly and important engagement of Fred H Graham's Company in the Grand Comic Christmas Pantomime— CINDERELLA or THE FAIRY GLASS SLIPPER Direct) from Royal Theatre, London. First appear auce in the provinces. Grand company of 50 acknow- ledged performers. Splendid scenery. Any amount of fun. Pretty faces, pretty dresses. In fact the finest pantomime in Wales. If you want to see Cinderella put on in first-class style go to the Opera Honse, Merthyr. Day performance Saturday at 2.30. 6<i0e Late trains leave for Cardiff, Treharrts. Pontypridd and other piaces on Monday, Thursday, and Satur- day. QE.ftur alien. Q"~GXtIN HAS YEARLY for board, O laundress, English, French, music, singing, dancing and llrill; visiting wasters, French amI ,w Knglisli governesses n > extras tennis cow kept.— References, prospect uses, view of house and grounds, 3, North-street, Cheltenham S35 FOilACHKS AND PAINS. Fer Rheumatism ELLIM AN'S Sp,S.bs.„ Sore Throats PAIN. from Cold, Client Mr C. S. Laluschaguie, C°M&^Jne,W' Dordrecht, South Africa, Bronchi^' «* e. ^writes I had a pain from July to NIVERSAL i August and tried all sorts of Bottles ^remedies without getting cured, Is li^d A 2s <W :and I have now used one bottle Jars,Tls and 22s August and tried all sorts of Bottles ^remedies without getting cured, Is li^d A 2s <W .and I have now used one bottle Jars,Tls and 22s W710ULfnm-^n}°riU1i^aia quite only by r,well again. —Sept. 12, 1896. EUJBUS, SONS, A Co., 1—i01d Slough, England. 3S MB ROGATION, j TEETH. — Complete Set, One Guinea I JL IRITO, yea& -tY. GOOVKAN a Co., 5 Queou-stmt. and 10, Duke-street, Cardiff 7e j tanblic Botius. PARK HALL, CARDIFF. JL THE CARDIFF LADIES' CHOIR will give their SECOND ANNUAL GRAND CONCERT WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10th, 1897 (Under the patronage of his Worship the Mayor). PART 1. ROECKEL'S CANTATA, WESTWARD HO Accompanied by a Band of Ten Pianos. PART II. Miscellaneous, including a Concerted Piece entitled, PAS REDOUBLE." played on 10 pianos by 20 per- formers. Special engagement of the brilliant Violinist;, Mdlle. Marie C. Adolphy (Premiere Medaiile du Con. servatoire, Paris). Reserved Seats, 3s each Unreserved Seats, 3s, Is, and 6d. Plan at Messrs Newman and Sons, Queen- street, Cardiff. Doors open at 7.15, commence at 7.45. Carriages 10.15. 730e -]\TEVILLE STREET CONGREGA- TIONAL CHURCH. RIVERSIDE, CARDIFF. EVENING CONCERT, JWfiDNESDAY, FEB. 1CTH. Artistes Tenor, Mr J. W. Stoker Rlss. Mr S. E. Hail" rsorTa.no, Niijir, E. Uses Jones Contralto, Miss Gertrude Jenkins Vio:in, Miss Kitty Davies, R.C.M. Cornet. Mr James Livsey Pianist, Miss Mirrie Needhaw Elocutionist, Mr Wallace Davies. Commence at 7.45 p.m. Tickets, Is and 6d. 170 mHE END OF THE WoRLIX^- .JL Is it near ? Of that day and hour knoweth no man." Addresses by Mr J. S. WASHBURN, at LESSER PARK HALL, NEXV SUNDAY, February 14th, at 6.30 and 3.15. You are in- vited. 944 JAILORS! JgEFORE STARTING ON YOUR NEXT VOYAGE See you are wpplied with the Text Books ordered by the Board of Trade to be used in connection with the New Exams. for Masters and Mates, shortly to be enforced. You will be glad to be able to study, them during your leisure time at sea (especially if you are on three watches). They ma.y now be had at the CARDIFF NAUTICAL ACADEMY, 47. ST. MARY-STREET, THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INSTITUTION OF ITS KIND IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. The PRINCIPAL (Capfc. J. NETHERCLIFT JUTSUM, Extra Master (London), is in attend. ance at the School until 8 p.m. If you choose to call up after you leave your ship in the evening he will be pleased to give you fun nformation regarding the New Exams. G. STONE & CO.. UNDERTAKERS. 10, 11, & 12, WORK ING-STB EET. ei ARDIFF. 6t Telegraphic Address STONE, 11, Working-skrest, CARDIFF.

The Man About Town. I 1

.1 GAVE HIM SOMETHING TO DO."I

CARDIFF SEAMEN'S B0ARDING-H0U8ES…

TO-DAY'S WtfATHEK, 4.30 P.M.

ITHE ESCAPE OF CONVICTS. I

A LONG SLEEP.I

HON FGEN HAYS. j

-.----. IA CARDIFF TURF AGENT'S…

BRIGG RAILWAY ACCIDENT. I…

MR McKINLEY'S CABINET,

--I Hess Divorce pase,j I-.._-"'-'..

BRUTALITY OF FOOTBALL

PA rENT MEDICINES.I

" COME QUIETLY." I

SHEFFIELD MAGISIIUCY.I

-Colchester Murder. .-"1\....-.

I IYOKOHAMA MAYBRICK CASE.…

PROTECTING THE POOR, I

I HE EXPRESS AND THE BULL,…

PANIC IN A THEATRE,

IDLE HOURS AND PITCH AND TOSS.…

TO PEOPLE WHO WAUT PROOF.…

I j The Strike at Cardiff…

LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. I

THE MASTER'S MISTAKE.

MR HEALY, M.P.

COLLISION AT SEA. -

A CARDIFF SHEBEEN

MISSING STATE OF GEORGIA,