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merely approve the appointment of a teacher. We are under no contract with the teachers at all, at any rate

merely approve the appointment of a teacher. We are under no contract with the teachers at all, at any rate

in this agreement, and if there is any risk to be titan the question is whether we should take that risk upon ourselves or leave it to be taken by the managers. He thought that those who were anxious for religious instruction might very well take the risk themselves. Prof. Rees
21 September 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
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21 September 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
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26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Home Rule, Education, and Disestablishment.

Home Rule, Education, and Disestablishment.

Speeches by Aid. The Hon. R. C. Devereux, the popular Conservative and Unionist candidate for the county, had a busy day on Friday. In the afternoon he addressed a meeting of farmers at Talgarth, where he was heartily received. He afterwards proceeded to Gilwern, and in the earl
26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
PRINTING

PRINTING

Every description of Printing is executed at the " Times" Office. It is all that up-to-date type, machinery, and skilled workmanship can, make it. It is moderate to a degree, and is within the reach of all. No order too small. No order too large. Estimates given. All orders exec
26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Atrocious Radical Posters.

Atrocious Radical Posters.

OP course, where the election is over the official organisatione of the Radical party disclaim responsibility for the atrocious placards which represented Chinese labourers as slaves. The placards were posted in every constituency and on the committee-rooms of Radical candidates
26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
UN AND GELLYGAER IN BRECONSHIRE

UN AND GELLYGAER IN BRECONSHIRE

AND GELLYGAER IN BRECONSHIRE Two days' excellent sport were obtained on Wednesday and Friday last in Breconsbire by the above borate. The Glog hounds were in charge of Mr Tom Morgan, the unavoidable absence of Dr. David, the muter of the pack, and a large company travelled up to
26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
lartiT If the year was almost barren in legislation, it was fruitful in Parliamentary Reports. The Report of a third

lartiT If the year was almost barren in legislation, it was fruitful in Parliamentary Reports. The Report of a third

Departmentrl Committee of the Bonr•1 of Agriculture was Fruit Culture. Nu fewer than forty recmmendations were made by this body of experts, some of them very important, and others somewhat trivial. The proposals included the format ion of a Horticultural Branch of the Board of
26 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
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05 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
ABSENCE OF CRIME.

ABSENCE OF CRIME.

The general Quarter Sessions for the county of Brecon was held at the Shire Hall, Brecon, on Tuesday. Mr Richard Digby Cleasby presided, and the justices present were :—Mr J. P. Gwynne Raiford, Col. the Hon. J. H. R. Bailey, Captain D. Hughes Morgan, Col. W. Jones Thomas, Mr Joh
05 January 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales