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Carmarthen Quarter Sessions
Carmarthen Quarter Sessions. The Ca-rmarthensh ire Qu a rter Sessions were held la.t the Carmir-tilen Guildhall on Friday, the magistrates present being Mr Dudley W illiams-Drummond (chairman), Mr E. Milner Jones (vice-chairman). Sir Srtafford Howard, Mr A. E. DuBuisson. Mr J. H. Thomas, Mr C. P. Lewis, Mir J. Morgan Da vies. Mr W. Powell Jeffreys. Mr Morgan Jones, .Mr T. Lewis, Mr John iJloyd, Mr W. Llewellyn. Mr John Picton, Mr R. H. Sampson, Mr L. X. Poweffl, Mr T. E. Brigstocke, Mr H. E. B. Richards. Mr T. Griffiths. Mr H. M. G. Evans. and Mr T. Da vies. STOLEN AND PAWNED. Daniel Donovan (41). a labourer, was char- ged with stealing an overcoat at Llanelly. Mr Mervyn Howell appeared for the prosecution. Mr Frederick Jones, clothier, Exchange Buildings. Llanelly. identified the overcoat produced which had been ticket-ted at 29s. He had iit hanging up at the door of the shop and missed it. Mi- Albert Wehrle, a pawnbroker. carrying on business ait Llanelly, said that the prisoner came to him and aaked to pledge the coat. Witness asked him where he had got the coat. The prisoner said that he had bought it at a shop in town. He said that he had paid tl for it. Witness asked him the name of the shop in which lie had bought the coat; but the prisoner could not tell him. Being suspi- cious the witness sent for the police. P.S. Hodge Lewis said that he arrested the defendant. In the pocket of the coat he found a price-tab belinging to Mr Jones. Prisoner said that he had bought the coat in a public house at Llanelly on Saturday night, and that he paid 14s for it. When asked to describe the man from whom he bought the coat, lie said "I woukl not recognise him now if I saw him." Defendant handed in a written statement in which he said that he was an Irishman and had come over to work nt the munitions. He could get a good character from his parish priest at home, or from the naval depot at Devonport. He said that he had served in the Navy. He hought the coat in a public- ■ house, aind being hard up afterwards tried to raise money by pawning it. The Jury found defendant "Guilty." P.S. Hodge Lewis said that the defendant had been brought over by the Labour Ex- change. He however only did one day's work at the place for which he had been brought over. He had brought a few loads of coals into houses at Llanelly. He had been 14 days in the neighbourhood when he COlll- mitted this offence. The Chairman sentenced the defendant to two months imprisonment with hard labour. After this oaise had been finished the court divided. The first court was presided over by Mr Drummood and the second by Mr Milner Jones. FIRST COURT. RUSSSIAX JEW ACQUITTED. Samuel Lnndy. a Russian Jew. was charged with an assault on Rose Jones, a collier's wife, at Tumble. Mr Miarlay Samson ap- peared for the prosecution and Mr Llewelyn Williams. M.P.. defended. It appeared that the defendant is a travell- ing merchant, who sells dress lengths, and frames pictures. He called1 at the house of [Mrs Jones iand asked for the money which was owning under a judgment summons. It was alleged that the assault then took place. The defendant denied the allegation in toto ,a.nd said that the whole story had been made up in order to frighten him and make him withdraw the proceedings for debt. It was admitted that the defendant had promised Mrs Jones a frock for giving him the address of a debtor whom he was seeking. He had not however given her the frock be- cause the address was not quite I/col-lect. lr" Jones's husband had enlisted since the proceedings started, and was stated to be now in the Dardanelles. Defendant suggested that the man had enlisted to avoid a com- mittal order for debt. The Jury acquitted the pri.soner. PILFERING OX TiHE RAILWAY. Frederick Albert Oole, a- railway porter. was charged with stealing 48 collars and other articles, the property of the G.W.R. Co. Mr Marlay Samson appeared for the prosecution. It appea.red from the evidence that a good nuany parcels, had been rifled at Llanelly and a detective came down to make enquiries. He had a. talk with the defendant, who denied all knowledge of iit. Hie detective at the time he was speaking noticed that the defendant J was wearing a 'champagne polo' collar which J was identical with those missing. A search of defendant's house revealed other missing goods in a tin trunk. Representatives of the firms in Birmingham and Liverpool identified the goods which they were forwarding to various people in Llanellly. Defendant went into tlie box and stated that he had bought the coUtars. His wife and sister stated that they had bought the dress mater- ials at Exeter. The Jury found the defendant guilty, and the Chairman sentenced him to nine months imprisonment with hard labour. SECOND COURT. STABBING AFFRAY AT LLANGEiXNEClH. Da-niel Bowen and his son. "William John Bowen, of Avon road, iLlangennech. were charged with wounding Margaret Ann Bowen, wife of William John Bowen. Mr Mervyn Howell prosecuted, and Mr Rowland Thomas defended. It was alleged that Daiiel Bowen came home drunk and began creating a disturbance with his wife. His son. William John Bowen, was sent for, and said to his father "W It at is the matter with you again?" Daniel Bowell re- plied "1 will fight any two of you." Margaret .d Ann Bowen then attempted to drag away her husilmnd, William John Bowen, who had a penknife in his hand. Daniel Bowen pushed up against him, with the result that Mar- garet Ann Bowen was stabbed. Sergeant Thomas Roberts said he found the woman lying in a large quantity of blood. When charged Daniel Bonfren, who was drunk, re- plied "I did nothing to her. i did not see lver." William John Bowen, who was sober, said, "It must have been done accidentally by the woman holding my hand.' in a fur- ther statement lie said he had no intention of using a knife. Mr Rowland Thomas submitted there was no case to go to the jury because, there was no evidence of intention. Wm. Jehu Bowen I II had lived happily with his wife, and what happened was an accident. The Chairman agreed that there was no evidence of intention, and on his advice the jury returned a verdict of "Xot guilty," and they were discharged. The Chairman told Daniel Bowen that through his drinking and bullying he had been the cause of a horrible accident on the part of his son. William John Bowen. TWO PENNOR TH OF INSECT POWDER. Thomas Whitney (16), waggon repairer's assistant, on a charge of breaking into a shop of the Llanelly Co-operative Society, and stealing a box of insect powder, value 2d', was bound over to be of good behaviour. BURGLARY AT LLANDDEUSANT. Found guilty of (breaking into the dwelling house of William Evans at Llanddeusant and stealing a lady's gold watch and a pair of trousers. John Roekall (18), labourer, was sentenced to three years' detention at a Borstal institution. Joseph Atkins (20), a labourer, for receiving some of the stolen articles .and harbouring Rocikall, was sen- tenced to a similar period of detention.
Carmarthen Board of Guardians
Carmarthen Board of Guardians. The fortnightly meeting of the Carmarthen Board of Guardians was held at the Guildhall, I Carmarthen, on Saturday. Mr J. J. Bowen, Llan gunno: k, presided. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master rcport-ed "Divine Service was conducted at the House on Sunday, lOtJi Oct. by the Rev J. Dyfnallt Owen, Lammas street Congregational Church. The number of in- mates in the House on the last day of the week was 64 against 55. for the corresponding week last year. The. number of casual pau- pers relieved during the fortnight was 29 against 38 for the same period last year. Flowers were kindly given by Mrs Beckett, Taibernaele terrace, and periodicals by Miss G. M. E. White, Lady Guardian. ACCOMMODATION FOR THE WOUNDED SOLDIERS. A letter was received from the Red Cross Society applying for accommodation for more wounded soldiers. The Master, in answer to a question, said that there were 5(3 at No. 1. Penlan road now. It was. decided to refer the matter to the House Committee. XOT ALLOWED. A letter was read from the L.G.B. dec-lining to allow the Board to purchase the cottago called Hafodgoch which abuts on the premises and which is in the market. The Chairman :They are of the same opinion as Mr J. Lewis, Llangendeirne. Re,v J. Herbert: Can they prevent us if we don't borrow the money. The Clerk: They can prevent us buying land, APPEALS TO BE DEFENDED. It was reported that Messrs R. W. Richards and Son and Mr Rees Davies had lodged appeals against their assessments. The Com- mittee asked for authority to defend. Mr Llewelyn Morgan: I propose that we defend. I don't see why we should elect an Assessment Committee and not defend their decisions. Mr J. S. Williams seconded the proposal. Mr J. P. Lewis: I hope you will come scot free. Mr Llewelyn Morgan Fight it on principle scot free or not. Mr J. P. Lewis: We did that before and see what it cost. The Chairman: Principle often cos.t.s n good deal. We are fighting the war on principle. Carmarthen Rural District Council. The monthly meeting of the Carmarthen Rural District Council was held at the Car- marthen Guildhall on Saturday. Mr Wm. Wi/Uiams. A'bergwiiLi. presided. A FINGER POST WANTED. On the recommendation of the Surveyor (Mr Gad Protherpp) it was decided to erect a finger post at Wauncorgam Cross Roads. A MERTHYR PATH. Mr Evan Evans. Blac-ncw-m, Merthyr, wrote asking the Council to send a deputation to see the path leading to the Church before decid- ing what they would do. The Clerk (Mr John Saer) said that a parish meeting had no power to repair a foot- path as a Parish Council had. except they api- plieil for the powers of a Parish Council. The District Council could do it; but they were not bound to do it. Rev J. Herbert: Xf the District Council do it who will have to bear the expense. The Clerk said that the District would have to fear the expense. It was decided to send a committee to investigate the matter. A CROSS HANDS ROAD. A letter was read from Mr Farr .Davies, colliery manager. Cross Hands asking the Council to take over the road leading to Tynewydd Cottages. Mr Stephens endorsed the application. There were 14 houses on the road, nnd the road was. in good condition, and quite fit to be taken over. Mr J. Lewis. Llangiendeirne, said that they all knew how necessiary it was to practice economy during war time. He moved that the matter be deferred. Mr D. Stephens said that-there was no quest-on of economy involved. The road at the present moment was quite fit to be taken over. It was decided to have a report from the Surveyor on the subject. LLANSAINT AND THE COCKLES. The Surveyor (Mr Jones) reported that th(v public road in Llansaint was blocked with cockle shells. The cockles used to be boiled on the sands, but that system had now (been abandoned and the cockles were dealt with at the village. Dr Jones, said that the District Counciil had some years ago issued notices forbidding the dumping of cockles on the roads. The notice board was buried out of sight by heaps of cockles. It was decided to instruct the Inspector to prosecute the offenders. CLOSING n«iP,FiR Mr E. Job. Sanitary Inspector, reported that the house known as the Old Red Lion, L'angcndeirne, was unfit for human habita- tion. The Council decided to issue a closing order in rosp^ot of it.