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MONDAY, OCTOBrat 3rd t 1910 Early doors 7 pm. Ortima Poo? s 7.30. Commence at 7 45

MONDAY, OCTOBrat 3rd t 1910 Early doors 7 pm. Ortima Poo? s 7.30. Commence at 7 45

September 29, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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Next week at tne Palace the Jeffries fight will attract hundreds people—in fact thousands, but at the same time the New Hall will . not lope any patrons as long as they keep up the present standard of dramas. A Truss that does NOT FIT is a danger and a Discomfort. It will be my
November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
SEQUEL TO THE NELSON CLUB RAID. It will be remembered that a fortnight ago the Hengoed Magistrates ordered the Nelson

SEQUEL TO THE NELSON CLUB RAID. It will be remembered that a fortnight ago the Hengoed Magistrates ordered the Nelson

Workingmen's Club to be struck off the register and the premim s were n( t to be used for the purposes of a - ctub fcr twelve months. Notice of appeal w. s given and later the recognisances entered into. Under the impression that pending the appeal the club could be kept Open th
November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Struek Off.

Struek Off.

Astounding Accounts. the Hengoed police-court on Friday the realistrates Dr. Leigh, Dr. Davies, Mr. D. Prosser were engaged for nearly five hours hearing a series of six summonses against the Pengam Workinemen:s Club and Institute. Amongst other offences alleged wire that the wa
November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE STILL ALARM.

THE STILL ALARM.

Ordinary Prices—Circle, is. 6d. how the club benefitted the moral and mental condition of the ineints- witness said the members were benefitted by being, provided with cards and other games;;whereas in 'n pnblic-housn they could not do this. Re the libra-y witneis said the club
November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Bench Retire,

The Bench Retire,

The Bench ir;t - i - MaTed ---- theTh.a( -- i - heard sufficie7t evidence and after retirine for a few moments returned and said they considered the ease proved The Club would be struck off for P 2 months with the usual restrictions. guineas Costs were allowed to the comolainant
November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
3 and 4., ST, MARY STREET, 21. and 23, working Street. •

3 and 4., ST, MARY STREET, 21. and 23, working Street. •

November 17, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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We don't say that the present moment is an opportune time to spend the money but we do say that the matter should not " lie on the table" in that curt manner. The principle of the scheme should be discussed calmly and a proper Pstimate prepared. —:o: Possibly when the water sche
December 8, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Leicester Hosiery Co.

Leicester Hosiery Co.

NO. 3 ARCH, TRANIROAD, i=loctiveri-‘sz-z- - vrear.na Who nave just OPENED this, THE ONLY BRANCH IN THE VALLEYS, invite inspection of their Stock, and draw attention to the following Goods:-- LADIES' STOCKINGS — BLACK, 44d., 50., 6/d.. 8/4„ and Is. 3d, TAN, 41d., 61d., 10/d„ 11/d
December 8, 1910 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales