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30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE GOSPEL OF MUSCLE.

THE GOSPEL OF MUSCLE.

The lessons of courage and good temper taught by bodily exercise aro so many and so complex (says tle Natiourii Observer), that the headmioter of Halleybury College needs no excuse for lecturing on "Recreation" from a pulpit. Yet is none the less amazing (and admirable) that a c
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
ISERIII

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The detachments :It Sheerness and Grain Fort practised battalion and gun drill and heavy gun practice. Field days were also held by volunteers in Essex, at Portsmouth, and elsewhere. "I 110 PIE this hand is not counterfeit," said a lover as he was toying with his sweetheart's ha
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
DARING ROBBERY AT NANTYMOEL.

DARING ROBBERY AT NANTYMOEL.

At the office of the Magistrates' Clerk at Bridgend on Weduesday—befcre Mr C. P. Davis--John Smith, of 26, Llewellyn-street, Nantymoel, was charged, in custody, with stealing la 16s from the Court Colman Hotel. Prisoner was alleged to have taken the money from a bowl on a shelf
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
ST. BRIMS MAJOR.

ST. BRIMS MAJOR.

Finwwau Mnirrmo,--The Baptist Church at this place is about losing one of its most faithfa supporters in the person of Mrs Powell, of Castleupon-Alum Farm, who is leaving for Porthcawl. Her kindness to the little flock during the 17 years she was amongst them was very great, and
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
GREAT ANNUAL SALE Bevan & Company,

GREAT ANNUAL SALE Bevan & Company,

LIMITED,
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
POLICE NEWS. BRIDGEND. SATURDAY.—Before Megan. R. W. LLEWELLYN (chairman) and C. Pawn Davis. BELLING MEET° ON SITNDAY.

POLICE NEWS. BRIDGEND. SATURDAY.—Before Megan. R. W. LLEWELLYN (chairman) and C. Pawn Davis. BELLING MEET° ON SITNDAY.

1 Mary flowella, Tynewydd, was fined ds (including coot) for &wiling a pennyworth of sweets on the previoua Sunday, the charge being brought unch-r the old Act of Charles 11. Defendant had been cautioned, but had taken out a refreshment license whiela she believed covered the Su
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE BRIDGEND ' BOYS' AND PARCGWYLT 'CHAPS.' SATURDAY NIGHT SCENES AT BRIDGEND. A POLICE INSPECTOR KNOCKED DOWN.

THE BRIDGEND ' BOYS' AND PARCGWYLT 'CHAPS.' SATURDAY NIGHT SCENES AT BRIDGEND. A POLICE INSPECTOR KNOCKED DOWN.

At Bridgend Petty Sessions on Saturday—before Messrs R W Llewellyn and C P Davis—Thomas Tolley, John Brannon, and Richard Anslow, men employed at the new extension works at the Parcgwylt Asylum, appeared to their bail, charged with assaulting Inspector Row in the execution of du
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
Addresses _ . EADE'S PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. MI who suffer from Gout or EADE'S PILLS, have I t os i

Addresses _ . EADE'S PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. MI who suffer from Gout or EADE'S PILLS, have I t os i

u stn 7: ll n : .4 11 }: a hL t ls e v l y o. EADE'S been received f rout " sorts and conditions of men" testifying to the wonderful porter these Pills have in giving relief in the very worst cases. The Pills are purely vegetable snit perfectly safe iii their itetion. INSTANTLY
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
 
pc •,rib,citb AND COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN ADVERTISER DEPENDENT IN ALL RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL. •• re me above all other libertiee,

pc •,rib,citb AND COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN ADVERTISER DEPENDENT IN ALL RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL. •• re me above all other libertiee,

the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely, according to MILTON
30 March 1894 - Bridgend Chronicle, Cowbridge, Llantrisant, and Maesteg Advertiser - Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales