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IBARRY POLICE COURT
I BARRY POLICE COURT. I FRIDAY. Before Mr. W. Graham AND Dr. P. J. O'Donnedl. I GERMAN OR DUTCHMAN? Karl SCHNEIDER, a. seaman, was dharged with being ian alien enemy, lain/d giving false particulars to the re- gistration officer. The defendant was received inito cus- tody on the previous Wednesday by P.O. Fred Bright from he local super- in/torudenlt wf (the Board of Trade, and, answering the dhjarge, Schneider said, I have Ito WORK somewhere ito keep my wife (and family. I was horn AN Ger- many, but I do mot belong do Ger- =ny, '? IN J'eply to 'the second charge he Tomiarked, I wished to get away quickly, and (if ¡,t.w'as on my papers tU, t I wias born in Germany I could not do iso." P.C. Fred BrimsDn, the registration officer, stated that the defendant came to trogisitor la.s tan alien at the Police Station on ,the previous Tuesday. He aaid the wiais A Hollander, and was born in Rotterdam. A birth certificate sub- sequen/tly iflound in Schneider's posses- sion showed that he was bora ait. Clive Littersdorf, in Prussia. Mlr. R. Ic. Lamb, local superin fondenit of the Board of Trade, staid the defen- dtantt produced his discharge book at the Board of Tnado Office on talo pre- vious Wednesday for the purpose of signing on (the British steamer Stnath- j gyne. Noticing that (the birthplace in the discharge book had been altered, hie was questioned, and dofendant ad- miitted being la Genmlan, and that he had .altered the book. Through an interpreiter, defendant s(aid Ihe was born in Rotterdam. For the ipaSlt two tmonthis he had been in I that pltace, but, as tliere WAS nwthing doing (there he came over to Engiand. He had been excused from military ser- vice. Schneidûr isubmitted A document I sihowing thiat he was a naturalised Hoi-! lauder. The acc-usod wiais refmlandod in cus- tody till Monday, in order that the Dutch Oonisul mighit be communicated with. FINED FOR BREACH. A breach of the Glamorgan Educa- tion bye-lta.wis resulted • in Ernest Rees, Wenvoe, being fined 5/ LIED FOR A DRINK. George Gray, la laboairer, pleaded guilty to a charge of falsely represent- into, hints-elf to be a bo ma-fide traveller to obtain drink at the Three Horse Shoes Inm, Dinas Powis. He was fined 10/ THE DRINKERS. I William Williams, a seaman, had I paid thirteen previous visits to tthe Courtt, and far being drunk and disor- derly on the present occasion was or- dered to pay 10/ It xilais stated of WilLiam Burke, a seaman, thiat he asked to be locked up. He was drunk M Dock View-road, Ba-riy Docks. The Justices gave him another dhanice, and A caution was lad- ministered. Another seafiarer named Joseph Sigg WAIS fined 7/6 for being drunk and disorderly. Hannah Healey, of Oadoxton. for being d'runk was ordered to pay 7/6. DESERTED THE R.F.A. I William O'Neill, A well set-up man, admitted deserting from the Royal Field Artillery at Aldershot, (aaid he was remJanded in custody to await an escort. LEAPED BEFORE HE LOOKED. I In la charge of stealing A bath spray, value X 1, from the s/S Vi rbst-ra. at Barry Docks, preferred againisit Charles H. Reed, Dock-constable Charles Roderick said he siavv the defenidlant ca.rrying an over- coatt over his arm on the previous even- ing neiar the Oadoxton Tollgiate. Wit- ness' suspicions were laroused, a4nd when asked whlat -it contained Reed eiaid Nothing." A iselaroh REVELED the spray, and k-he defendanft c-Add, I would not have taken it if I a-iad known I would got into trouble." Read also added that he h'ad taken lit fronl the s/s Glaviana, but this WIaIs found to be in- correcit, the (spray being i-denitified as the property of the lowneris of the s/s Vintsitrla., on wihich the defenldlallt had been working for about a week. Chlarged at Oadoxron Police Station by P.C. George Jones, defendant said," I found it on the .roadside." The detfendftint was given a good dhiaraoter, and Was bound Over for six months. I MONDAY. I Before Mr. H. Rees Jones and Mr. W. R. Lee. I PRISON FOR FALSE STATEMENT, Karl Shneider, a soaman, was brought up in custody on adjourned charges of being an alien enemy, and giving false particulars to the regis- tration omcer. The case came before the justices on the previous Friday, when the defen- dant pleaded that he was a Hollander, and had come from Rotterdam to Barry to look for work. The hearing wias then adjourned, so the Dutch consul might bo communi- cated wiiii. The dafendant. was sent to for two months, the Bench stating that they could not take any risks at a time like this. They viewed the -altering of Schneider's discharge book as a very serious matter. I EXCESSIVE DRINKERS. I Wm. Hellings, who was charged with being drunk and incapable, was fined 7s. 6d. Elizabeth Donovan made her first, appearance at the court, and for being drnnk and disorderly was cautioned. William Cook admitted being drunk and disorderly, and he wais also cau- tioned, this being also his first appear- ance. S rSPlCIOUS LETTER IN A It TRAVELLER'S POCKET. I How a married member of the 7th Welsh Cyclists was alleged to have been paying attentions to another girl whilst lie was serving on the East Coast of Scotland, and how the sol- dier's wife at Barry discovered the fact, was told in a case in which a respect- ably attired woman named Ellen Louisa Pierce, living in Queen-street. Barry, applied for a separation order on the ground of desertion. Mr. J. A. Hughes, solicitor, represented the ap- plicant, and Mr. A. Jackson, solicitor, defended the husband. Charles H. Pierce. Mr. Hughes pointed out that the de- fendant. had since been dismissed frotij the 7th Welsh Cyclists. He came home on furlough about Christmas, and nt that time a letter, addressed to the de- fendant from a woman in Dundee, was found. The fapplicant complair.ed that her husband had been unfaithful to her, and immediately wrote to the Dundee woman informing her that the man with whom she corresponded was married. From that time till the middle of February she had not re- ceived a penny from the defendant, although he had written in most affec- tionate terms to her. and stating that his reason for leaving his wife was not "on account of the other woman, but for a much more serious reason. Hid it not been for the assistance of the Soldiers and Sailors' Families' Associa- tion, concluded Mr. Hughes, she would have been compelled to go to the work- house. Ellen Louisa Pierce, wife of the de- fendant, related that it was on Febru- ary 20th, 1904, she was married at the Cardiff Registry Office. There was one child of the marriage. They had also adopted a baby. Until the dis- covery of the letter from the woman in Dundee, applicant added, they lived happily. She found the letter in ques- tion—from a woman named Thomp- son—in her husband's trousers pocket, it being addressed to a hairdresser in Island-road. Barry. Shû at once corn- plained to defendant, who became angry that she had first written to the Dundee woman without telling him about it. He then left her. and appli- cant. had received two letters from him addressed from sub-post offices near Glasgow. They ran "Dear,—Just a few lines hoping it will find you in the best of health. I am verv bad myself. I have been travelling from place to place getting sleep wherever I could. Dear, you might think I went on to Dundee. I have not been near there. I went from Barry to Leeds and Liverpool, and on to Glasgow. I am now doing odd jobs near Glasgow Kiss the children fior me. The reason I went away was not because of that woman. Tt was something worse than that. If you saw me now you would disown ME. I am dirty and ragged. but it is my own fault. Lshould like you to send on one of my guernseys. It would keep me warm. It is a wonder I am not dead. It would be a good job, too. for I am sick of my life. Would you mind slip- ping up to my mother, and tell her what a fix I am in.—From your broken-hearted husband." Another letter read: Dear Loo,—I am writing again to say how sorry I am for you. I know I have done a wrong thinr by leaving r- for it ￼ i nce--no you. I have suffered for it since—no bed to lie on, and no food to eat. and hardly any clothes on my back. I had to pawn my best suit to get food. The only things I have got now are the things on my back. I have not had a clean shirt since I left Barry. Thank God I got a job in the steel works. I got it like this. I was so hungry, and went to look for bread. Some people took me in, and fortunately it was the boss's house, and he gave me a job. It was a Godsend. So you see I am suffering t for the wrong I did you. Just tell mother there IS no place like home. T i hope you and your mother will forget and forgive me." Applicant added that she had not re- ceived a penny from her husband dur- ing the several months he had been away. The only allowance she had WAS 10s. from the Soldiers and Sailors Families' Association. Answering Mr. Jackson, applicant denied that the defendant ever ob- jected to her living so much with her mother. During (tJle oross-examination, Mr. Hoos Jones interposed, and asked whether it was possible for the parties, who seemed so young, to cast aside their differences, and live together again. Mr. Jackson As far as my client is concerned there is no difficulty. Mr. Hughes: This woman has ab- solute proof that this man has been un- faithful to her. Mr. Rees Jones: A friendly talk might do alright. 01 Mr. Hughes: This man has been a soldier, and has been discharged. Mr. Rees Jones: Let us talk the thing over, and endeavour to make peace. It would be far better. Mr. Hughes said that he was never averse on any ordinary occasion to try to bring the parties together, but in the present case the wife had such strong proof that her husband had been grossly unfaithful to her that he was not justified in concurring. Mr. Rees Jones suggested that the case be adjourned for a month. Mr. Hughes: Then applicant will have to go to the workhouse. Mr. Rees Jones: I will give her 10s. a week myself for a month if she will consent to an adjournment. It seems such a pit.y that such young people as these should be separated. The applicant agreed, and the case was adjourned for a month.
I AFTER A WOMAN IS 30 I
I AFTER A WOMAN IS 30. At thirty a woman may reasonably expect to enjoy good health, having then overcome the troubles of early womanhood, yet being free of the later trials of middle-age; but various causes tend to undermine the strength of many women of thirty. Fôremost. among these causes are the cares of motherhood worries, which have a depressing effect on a woman's regular health and nervous system; then again women at work or in busi- ness will often be similarly afflidro,. for overwork, business anxieties, hur- ried meals, too little rest and lack of sufficient out-door recreation thin the blood and give rise to much suffering, j Among the prominent symptoms of thin | blood are headache, backache, weak- ness in the limbs and sickly appetite. Still, keen as the distress may be. a little help is usually all the system needs. All run-down conditions call for richer, better blood: good blood is red blood, and on this a woman's health de- pends. The best of good, red blood is I created by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pole People, and this is why these Pills enjoy their reputation among women they arc the tonic best adapted for woman's needs. Begin a course to-day. Obtain Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People of any dealer (but never accept a substi- I tute). or send to Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. 4G. Holborn Viaduct. London, 2s. 9d. for one box, or 13s. 9d. for six. I FREE. The woman's Health Guide "Plain Talks" is full of useful hints: send a post-card to Hints Dept., 46, Holborn Viaduct. London.
I THE BRITISH WAY
THE BRITISH WAY. the naval -officer and the seamen lie commands are of the same breed as the men who laid the foundation stone of the British Empire in the days of Elizabeth, and secured for it the mas- tery of the seas a hundred years ago." —A Daily Newspaper. i First into the field, Last out of the fray, Never to cry "I yiold, That is the British way. When Richard Grenville fought at bay Against the Fleet of Spain, He battled in the British way That fears not death nor pain. Not whale he had tlie strength ItJo fight His flag could they haul down And deeds like his are jewels bright Adorning Britain's Crown. No land was ever better served, Or bettor service e'er deserved. When Nelson fell. and gladly died, Knowing the victory won, His final thought, his only pride, Was of his duty done. "Go see to others you can save, "All's well enough with me "Now that triumphant o'er the wave "The British Flag flies free!" 0 death's a price her bravest pay For Britain's sake the British way. As Grenville fought, as Nelson died, For Britain, so to-day, The whole wide world the British pride Is shown the British way, For to the grey old Mother still Her c-hildron stedfast cling, And, when there's duty to be done, Death's but a little thing. No sacrifice too great to make The British way, for Britain's sak.. First into the field, Last out of the fray, Never to cry "I vield," That is the British way. [ HAROLD VESKY DAMES,