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Government defeated resolutions moved by the same member to a like effect. 7. To sum up—the first quarter of last

Government defeated resolutions moved by the same member to a like effect. 7. To sum up—the first quarter of last

century was marked by the efforts of Whigs and Radicals to repeal an Act expressly passed by the Tory party to put down working men's Combinations. In 1824 this was effected by Joseph Hume, "the Radical." In 1823 the Tories introduced a fresh Act for the oppression of Trade Unio
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Matches for Saturday, January 20.

Matches for Saturday, January 20.

_ First Division. Barry District v. Aberdare. Llanbradach v. Newport. Rogerstone v. Cardiff Corinthians. Second Division. Gilfach v. Treharris Reserves. Bargoed v. Pontlottyn. Third Division. Llanbradach Crusaders v. Dowlais. Gilfach Reserves v. Ebbw Vale Juniors. Nelson Juniors
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
BEDWAS BUSY BEES.

BEDWAS BUSY BEES.

—:o: A meeting was held at the Council Schools, Bedwas, on Monday nigh& by the supporters of Colonel Herbert. The meeting was one of the best ever held in the Schools, a large number of people being unable to get inside, and to all appearances Bedwas must be a Radical stronghold
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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Parish Church Sunday School.—The number of scholars present at this place on Sunday last was 317. This cannot be allowed to escape notice, as it shows a rapid increase since the worthy Vicar has been in the parish, and it is with pleasure that we report the increase, seeing that
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Company '3 Case.

The Company '3 Case.

In an interview with one of the directors of the Rhymney and Aber Gas and Water Company it was elicited that the Company consider that any consumer ought to be prepared to pay up when they take more water than for domestic purposes. If persons take the water for washing bacon th
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Cruelty to a Cat.

Cruelty to a Cat.

John Sweeney (30), a Bargoed labourer was charged with cruelty to a cat on the 6th inst. by kicking it. Mrs. Sarah Ann Melbourne, the owner, heard her child scream, and rushed out of her house and found Sweeney kicking the cat, its foreleg being broken. Defendant pleaded not gui
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
CHEAP LINES At the 'Journal' Office, Bargoed, --- Business Envelopes 25 for id. Post Cards 2b for id. Ordinary Envelopes

CHEAP LINES At the 'Journal' Office, Bargoed, --- Business Envelopes 25 for id. Post Cards 2b for id. Ordinary Envelopes

25 for id. --- BINDING HARMSWORTH ENCYCLOPAEDIA, Complete 2s. 6d. --- Fountain Pens all prices. -- Bargoed View Stationery per box. Bargoed View Pcst Cards Id. each.
January 18, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
The motion was carried. Bargoed New Schools.

The motion was carried. Bargoed New Schools.

The Deputy Clerk read a letter in which it was stated that the Bargoed "ew schools were now ready. It was decided to formally open the school on January 2.9 th. Mr. D. B. Owen, Pontlottyn, was asked to open the schools and he consented to do so. A committee, compr:sing the whole
January 11, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
COLONEL IVOR HERBERT AT M AESYCWDIMER.

COLONEL IVOR HERBERT AT M AESYCWDIMER.

A public meeting in support of the candidature of Colonel Ivor Herbert was held at the infant Schools, Maesycwmmer, on Tuesday evening. Mr. Richards, Chairman of the local Liberal Association, presided, and appealed to the audience to give a hearing to the speakers. Some people
January 11, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
MAESYCWhIMER.

MAESYCWhIMER.

The coming General Election seems to be the sole topic of conversation down here. People have even forgotten to grumble at our muddy roads and the beastly weather we have been having. The contest promises to be a very keen one, both gentlemen belonging to the County of Monmouth.
January 11, 1906 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales