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Carmarthenshire CountyI Appeal Tribunal
Carmarthenshire County Appeal Tribunal. The Carmarthenshire County Appeal Tribunal &-it at the Carmarthen Guildhall on Friday the 8th inst. Mr W. Griffiths (ohairman) presided and there were also present Mr H. E. BJagdon Richards, Mr Joseph Roberts, Mr Dd. Evans. and Mr John Lloyd. Capt. Morton Evans represented the mili- tary authority, and Mr H. Jones-Davies the Board of Agriculture. LLANDDAROG PARISH COUNCIL CLERK iMr-John Stephens, Whitlora, Porthyrhyd, Llanddarog, LLanarthney, applied for an x- emption for J. E. Stephens. Appellant said that his son had to act as foreman, as he him- self was assistant overseer, clerk to the Parish Council, and collector of income tax for the parish of Llanddarog. The local Tribunal said that the farm wa.s oniy 54 acres, of which lOt acres were ploughed Appellant also ronted four acres of Middleton Hall Park. The father was said to be a strong man; there was a daughter at home aged 23, and the local Tribunal thought the son could be spared after the corn was sown. Mr Wallis-Jones appeared on behalf of the appellant. The appellant stated that he had sciatica- and could not do any ploughing. He said that he had asked to bo freed of his ap- pointment as income tax collector; but ho had been asked to keep it on. Ca.pt. Morton Evans said that the appellant looked very well. Appellant said that the doctor told him medicine would be no good, that the trouble was in his bones. The case was adjourned for 14 days in order to enable the military to find a suitable sub- stitute. TRELECH FARMER S APPEAL. Mr T. E. Evans, Maniwan, Trelech. lP- pealed for an exemption for William Gamble. He asked for two months' extension to enable him to complete the spring sowing of the corn. Mr Wallis Jonps appeared for the appeiiant. Appe! ant was 35 years of age he and his sister carried on the fa.rm. His sister was said to I e an invalid. Capt. Morton Evans said that the case had been previously before the tribunal, and it was then statod that no further time would be allowed The appeal was dismissed. aXE SON AT HOME, ONE OUT IN SERVICE. •Mr Daniel Jones, Lan, Conwil appealed for exemption for his son, Henry Jones. The father was said to be 45, to have a daughter aged 22, and to have a son engaged as servant 1 at Dorlllye Court. Appellant said that he grew 15 acres of corn this year; he intended to grow 19 this year. Mr WraIlis-Joiie8 appeared for the appellant. Appellant said that there was work for two strong men on the farm. Oapt. Morton Evans: I suppose you want to keep this son because you do not pay him any- 1 thing. Appellant: I don't see that I could pay him Appellant: I don't see that I could pay him anything. You have a son at Dorllys Court?—Yes; he has left me. I have no control over him. Mr Wallis-Jones said that there was an appeal pending in respect of the other son. Oapt. Morton Evans said-that the son would come back if his father paid him as much as hj earned at Derliys Court. The appeal was dismissed. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND PLANTATIONS. Col. Lloyd Harries appealed against the ex- emption granted to William Bowen, Pental- ardd, Maesycrugiau. Rev E. B. Lloyd gavo evidence on behalf cf Sir Courteney Mansel, Bart, the employer. Ho said that the man had a wife and four children. The man had to charge the engine used for the electric lighting of the mansion. He said that Sir C-ourtoney Mansel, who h td been previously rejected on account of his eye- sight, had now been accepted and would shortly be in the army as ,i private. The m tn who had formerly carried out those duti joined the Navy early in the war, and wis drowned in the Hampshire. Capt. Morton Evans did not press the mili- tary appeal, which was (tisiiiissod. ROAD LABOURER'S APPEAL. Mr Isaac Thomas, Maespant, Moreb garedig appealed for himself. He had a farm a.nd also worked as roadman under the LJan- dilo Rural District Council. The appeal was dismissed. WHITLAXD BUILDERS APPEAL. Mr Dd. James, Backenham House, Market street. Whitland appealed for exemption 101 himself. He said that he was partner in a firm which took building contracts. Cn-pt. Morton Evans: How many partners are there? Appellant: Two. How many men have you?—Two. Capt. Evans: Do you think it rell i Archibald, agCod 19. Ho said that he had two sons in the Army in Egypt, one in France who had been wounded twice, and a fourth in the munition works. This was the only son he had at home. and the mother was ill. The appeal was allowed conditional on the man taking up agricultural work. CARMARTHEN UMBER HAULIER EXEMPTED. Capt. Margrave appealed against the exemp- tion granted to D. W. Jones, Island Wharf, Carmarthne. Mr Wallis-ones appeared for the respondent. Mrs Jones, the mother f the respondent, said that she had contracts io suppiy pitwood. and her son had worked as a haulier for eignt years. The military appeal was dismissed. ASYLUM EMPLOYEES. Capt. Margrave appealed against the deci- sion of the Carmarthen Boro Tribunal wliieh had allowed eempxtion to R. S. Edwards, 43, Little Water street, Carmarthen, and John Evans, 10, Llanstephan road, Carmarthen, employees at the Joint Counties Mental Hos- pital. Mr W aids-Jones appeared on behalf jf the Committee of Visitors of the Mental Hos- pital. Dr Richards, tho medical superintendent l t the Mental Hospital, said that 21 members of the staff had joined the Army. The full staff ot attendants 33. He had now 29 including temporary men 12 were temporary. Of the old staff remaining 11 were over 41. The staff had been reduced to its minimum. There were 739 patients at the Asylum. Every avail- able space except the laundry were occupied by patients. The Boar. of Control had recom- mended that four out of every five men of military age and medic-ally fit should join the Army. This had been done. Edwards wa* n attendant on lunatics, and Evans an assistant mason. On account or shortage of .staff. Evans had to assist as attendant. The Tribunal dismissed the military appeal in both cases.
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