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8AIUBDAY, JANUARY 22,1910.

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Mr Arthur Chamberlain, in a letter supporting the candidature of Mr David Davies in Montgomeryshire, advises the electors that they will never secure their hearts' desire in the control of their chil- dren's education and their religious liber- ties so long as the Lords control legislation. The%rst work of the new Parliament must be to limit the veto of the Lords. No taxes should be voted till this has been done." On this all-important phase of the present struggle the Chancellor of the Exchequer declared at Newtown :— They were not going to do anything in the way of progressive legislation in this country until the question of the Lords had been settled. He had been firmly convinced of that, as a Welshman and as a Liberal, for a good many years. It must be made perfectly clear that if the Lords rejected a Bill sent up by the Commons a second time it would be sent straight through to Ihe Throne."

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i The New Scheme of Government…

THE SPEAKER.

. HALLEV8 COMET.

i'.Golden Wedding.

NEW FLA.

BROKE HER JAW.

CARDIFPS "DERBY WINNER."

IQUARRELS AND A TRAGEDY.

CAGE DISASTER.

REASON FOR BIHAMY.

FATAL ARE IN LONDON.

STABBMFI AFFRAY IN LONDON.

SERIOUS BREAKDOWN.

CARDIFF STUDENTS SUCCESS.

MOTHEWS BREAKFAST.

Sedition in India.

" Faking1' a Divorce.

HUSBAND NURSED BABY.

RESIDENCE IN THE DISTRICT.

,. COLOURED MAN'S FR ENZY."

IRATE MOTHER.!

I VAIN CHEPSTOWLJUEST.

WOMAN'S OBSTINACY.

YOUTHYMISCONDUCT.

DOCTOR REMANDED.

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- WELSH ELECTIONS

MONMOirm BOROS.

BUFFETED CARDIFF SHIP.

NEW AXIM MINES, LTD. *

.Fifty Years Ago.