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Funeral of the Rev. W. Landeg Powell. SIR ALFRED THOMAS PRESENT.

Funeral of the Rev. W. Landeg Powell. SIR ALFRED THOMAS PRESENT.

Caerphilly has ever an air of natural somnolence, but yesterday (Thursday) afternoon it was i a sad air. Little groups here and there dotted I the pavement, discussing in subdued tones the I terrible railway calamity that had robbed Caerpinny of one of her most popular pastors,
January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
TERRIBLE RAILWAY CALAMITY. 11 KILLED; 5 BADLY INJURED. THREE LABOUR LEADERS KILLED. SOME AGONISING SCENES.

TERRIBLE RAILWAY CALAMITY. 11 KILLED; 5 BADLY INJURED. THREE LABOUR LEADERS KILLED. SOME AGONISING SCENES.

Pontypridd and District was startled early on Monday, morning by a rumour which gained credence that a collision had occurred_ on the Taff Vale_ Railway in the vicinity of Pontypridd. Later advice proved that the rumour was only too well founded on fact and the mourn- ful news w
January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
llintyprida's Underworld. _ . . _ _

llintyprida's Underworld. _ . . _ _

William Edwards, labourer, Pontypridd, was charged with living on the immoral earnings of prostitution. Acting Sergeant Thomas said that when be arrested prisoner he said " all right," but when charged he said "If anyone can prove it against me they are welcome to do so." Witnes
January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
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January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE COMMON, PONTYPRIDD. SAMUEL HORSFIELD, Expert Piano and -.Organ Merchant, Tuner and Repairer. (Agent for the Oldest EnglishiPiane Makers), Has

THE COMMON, PONTYPRIDD. SAMUEL HORSFIELD, Expert Piano and -.Organ Merchant, Tuner and Repairer. (Agent for the Oldest EnglishiPiane Makers), Has

in stock a good selection of Highest Class Instruments. Pianos by Best Makers. Organ, double and single . . Manual, suitable for home, church or chapel, at lowest prices for cash, or terms suit customers; Tuning and Repaid g Department— No Job too Difficult nor too Small. hurch
January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
40+++++++++++•++ 4 + 4 35th Annual Eisteddfod will be + + held on GOOD FRIDAY, April 4 + 14th, 1911,

40+++++++++++•++ 4 + 4 35th Annual Eisteddfod will be + + held on GOOD FRIDAY, April 4 + 14th, 1911,

at SALEM BAP+ TIST CHAPEL, , 4 LLANTW IT FARDRE. 4. Male Voice Competition, "Des+ unction of Gaza," prize, £l5. I 4 And a Gold Medal given by 4 ,4 , Mr. H. H. Gibson, Jeweller, • Pontypridd to successful con+ ductor. . . • • • i 4 Solos, El Is., etc. Also hand-4 some prizes for
January 26, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
REVIEW OF THE YEAR.

REVIEW OF THE YEAR.

(By Talybont.) The chief event of the past year has been the death of King Edward after a brief illness. Following a chill caught after his return from Biarritz which I brought about bronchitik His , conditicrt became so critical that his subjects hardly had time to realise the
January 12, 1911 - Bargoed Journal - Gelligaer, Mid Glamorgan, Wales