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,THE .WORKERS' INTERESTS.

,THE .WORKERS' INTERESTS.

The workmen of England to-day have reason to congratulate themselves on the unique position they occupy in the life of the country; theSr have reason, moreover, to feel thankful to their fathers and grandfathers, who won for their children the liberties and privileges of which t
April 22, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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This is but one clause of the Bill. There are many others all of which as far as can be seen will. if carried, do something towards making the legal position of unions more clear and definite, and will obviate a good deal of misunderstanding on both sides in disputes between wor
April 22, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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The Labour question has even penetrated into the Hoeft of Lords. Lord I3elper, a few days ago, regaled that body with a statement of the views of the Government on the question of Workmen's Compensation. With this, however, I will not deal now. Latei still the House of Lords —or
April 22, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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Mr. A. E. Thomas left home on Saturday to conduct a fortnight's mission at Minchampton, near Stroud, and afte -- wards a farther fortnight at Crickhower. He is being received very enthusiastically at all places he visits. At the Primitive Methodist Chapel (Salem) on Sunday afte
April 22, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CONTRACTED IT.

CONTRACTED IT.

?on want of space —says a German paperin editor contracted the end of a serial story n the following manner : " Adolphus took—a cognac—his bat—his cove—no more notice of his pursuers - a revolver from his pocket—and -his life."
March 11, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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March 11, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
KING'S CHAMBERS, 29. QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF.

KING'S CHAMBERS, 29. QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF.

March 11, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
PONTLOITYN NOTES.

PONTLOITYN NOTES.

Boy's Strange Death.—At the Police Station, Pontlottyn, an enquiry was held into the circumstances attending the death of John Clifford, aged 9, son of Mr. Timothy Clifford, of this town. Evidence was given to show that the deceased. while playing football with another boy on Sa
May 20, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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The Powell Duffryn Company, it is atated, have achieved a magnificent record at their Bargoed pits in winding no leas than 2.223 tons. This took place on Friday last. This is considered an almost unparallelled record throughout the coalfield. —:o: The Rector of Gelligaer (Rev. T
May 20, 1905 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales