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f THE UNCLEAN BEAST i
f THE UNCLEAN BEAST. i The average Briton, slow to anger and of great obstinacy, who keeps the law and nghts Mif, is very well represented by the boxer within the prize-ring, who will obey the fight- tag rules that he and his opponent are vowed to obey, will fight to a finish, and accept the puling of the referee. The British Army in the field in Wostern Europe to-day is much in the position of a Clear-eyed, clean-run boxer, who jumps into the ring to fight to a finish-in this to death—against an antagonist, moulded in the form of man, but who, when the fight begins, turns out to be, in spirit, strength, ferocitv, something on a level with the dog-faced fcaboon. He will set his hand to rules and treaties, and will call upon the Most High God as guarantor that he will be faithful to his pledges. But be will fight according to the beastly fashion of his tribe. And as his frightful strength and' fitness is in war, so he is lustful, brutish, and unpitying to the anqUlshed. A NATION OF ONLOOKERS—DRUGGED. Then why do not the lookers on at this un-I speakable exhibition of treachery rise up and kiH,outofi)and,thi? foul fighter and man- shaped bea,L? Ah, why? They are a slow- thinking company, these lookers-on; and as the baboon is treacherous, swift, and terrible in fight, so in his brutish fashion he is cun- [ling and long-sighted in his preparation for war. These spectators—who are, in fact, our- selves, the British people—have been called, not altogether unjustly, a nation of on- looker? a;i being, as to the most of us, little disposed to lying and deceit, are slow to de- tect the despicable vices in another. From the day this prize-fight to the death was ordained — and that'a many a year since —there vero sent forth advance agents —German spies, intriguers, traitors on the hearth-who drugged and syruped, en- meshed and befooled us, the slow-thinking people, set themselves up as our blood- brothers, kindred, friends, and as propa- gators of the gospetl of gentle peace. They biled us iitio a dread security and confidence. Then, haviyg thus prepared the way for their champion, they sent him into the ring to do battle, in the manner aforesaid, for their ideals of cn'tiTe, fair play, mercy, and good government. And by the side of him the swine are as gomk-folk— if you don't believe it, liearken to our fighting men who are face to hee with him. and should therefore know. ONLOOKERS-AWAKING T Xow, arc v,-e-tlic&e drugged lookers-on aroresaid--arc W really, at long last, rli-aking off the lt'ih'rgy which their advance agents with their -yrups and bamboozling, poisonous lying and intck unfaith, have laid upon us? Are we yet fully aware that our defenders who are g.\rig up their lives for us in the field are frjee to face with a legion of un- clean bea;t- bhapen like men, and that we, by harbouring the beast amongst us even now, are disloyal to our fighting men? We are not; and until we do awaken to the high charge that is laid upon us, and deal with this dread danger in our midst as it de- fiervet;, everlasting ehame and merited disas- ter and disgrace must be our portion. It is the sacred duty of every one of us to deal jsvith this traitor within our gates as befits him *=4ikal is, without- mercy and without com- promise. To put an end to this all-pervading, deadly mischief that i.i everywhere calls for the ser- vices of every one of us, from the experts in high. finance and the captains of our indus- tries to the plain citizen as he goes upon his daily round. For the enemy, unsleeping, tire- lees in evil-doing, is everywhere, like foul brood in the hive, thieving, throttling, spreading his poison that he may thrive upon our ruin. THE ANTI-GERMAN UNION. I But there is a white-hot resentment throughout the country, and the awakening is well begun. In proof of this, as already told, the Anti-German Union formed itself, on the strength of a mere chance suggestion, as it were by spontaneous generation, into an eager battalion and, being formed, called for leaders, and they came. No need to call for recruits here—tney came tumbling in un- bidden; and branches of this Union of aggressors against the alien enemy, and, where needful, to whip up the authorities to action, are springing up all over the country. Wt long last we are confronting the peril. For the benefit of those sleepers who have got so far as to sit up. yawn, rub their eyes, vaguely aware that some danger is about, let us take at random a few instances from the ever-growing pile of properly-attested in. stances of alien enemy mischief that came pouring in to the Union offices-all silly rumours are promptly dealt with as they deserve. SUBMARINE AGENTS. [ The world was shocked and sickened not long ago—or, rather, all its decent inhabi- tants were—by the sinking of a great ship off ou.r coast. The raiding submarines that prey upon our seafaring folk and travellers have their accomplices and advance agents—not human creatures, as already told—on our British soil. And this is no singular case. All along our rocky coastline-somewhere in Via west—where it is 'riddled with eaves and id lonely and deserted, these agents. loyal sona and daughters of the Fatherland, are busy. A3, for instance, the innocent-looking fishing- smack that was found the other day in a quiet end beautiful spot landing her deadly cargo of materials necessary for destruction ashore, and to form a submarine base. The store, & cave, was already well filled. A lady and gentleman, local visitors aud very civil- spoken, secret agents for these enemy store- keepers, are in gaol; the fishing-smack, of course a submarine, got away. It was a ,hrwd countrywoman, a shopkeeper, who un- masked this pretty pieee of business. Suchlike business is going on along ni-any a mile of our sea coast, that our fisberfolk and other helpless fellow-countrymen may be foully murdered. There are alien hotel- Jkeepers, together with members of their staffs, who are free to move about and consult with (me Another along the shore tin.(--ha,ndy men aa advance agents of murderers who have broken, every law of God1 and man. Now, if our coast-dwellers will but keep a watchful eye about them. Like the clever shopwomlln, there will shortly be an end to these barbotirs of refuge and supply bases for enemy submarines. A PATH FOR THE INVADER. another piece of vital business for the ftnemy advance agent in whose tracks the invader hopes to follow is quietly to occupy commanding positions, so that the path of the invader may be made easy by the havoc (wrought by hia forerunner. Now that we, late in the day, are waking to it, the evidence la overwhelming that ItIhis advance work has been done with appalling thoroughness. For inetauioe—and such instances can be multi- plied by the score: the wal-led garden, never entered by a stranger, which overlooks the tunnel mouth of a trunk railway line-a few pounds of dynamite exploded ,v:U block the line. The petrol and petroleum stores set above a main junction, adjoining docks and river crowded with shipping—nothing easier, and quite in the German manner, to let too-e « torrent of fire upon the line, the wharves, and shipping, for petrol burns upon the sur- face of the water. These and such &.q these, throughout our cities, towns, and •oantryside, high points commanding bridges, roads, and railways, public works of every sort and kind, even to this day are tenanted b1 Germans. Is it not time that every one of us Let a watch upon his neighbour? One is tertpteel to say that the people that still suffers a pestilential brood in its midet ia Itself planning its own well-deserved anni- hilation. But the slow-thmkrng people is otir. ring at last. I HOW ALL MAY SERVE. I Hero at last is patriotic service for all of us. from the highest to the humblest. Once made aware of the danger, there is no single r one of lis but may, and must, take up arms against it, by merely watching and observing steadily as he goes about his daily business. The menace, be sure, is very near to all of us. If the authorities are over-slow in heeding, let him who has tracked ome enemy schemer to his lair, or who would learn how he may bear a hand in ridding the nation of this canker, send word to the Secretary, Anti. German Union. 346. Strand. London, W.C.
LIFEBOAT FLAG DAY
"LIFEBOAT" FLAG DAY. I AT BARRY NEXT SATURDAY. • Oil £ >aiu relay next there will be a Fbg Sule in the Barry district on be- half of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Mrs. Gillon Irving, Lin- disfarne, Windsor-road, Barry, is or- ganising the sale, and she will be pleased to receive the names and ad- dresses of any young ladies who will be able to assist. No less than eight of the district in- spectors are engaged with H.M. Forces, besides a large number of the re- mainder of the permanent staff and crews. From one Bristol Channel Life- boat Station 20 men of the crew are on Active Service. During the summer of 1914, the management committee felt it would be unwise to press upon the public the claims of the Institution at a time when the mind of the Nation was ab- sorbed by the War, and by the innu- merable appeals in connection with it. All public appeals were, therefore, dropped, resulting in a loss of revenue of about 96,000. In addition to this, there was an added expenditure, directly attributable to the war, of £(;,000. This will be appreciated when we say that up to December 31st last the lifeboats had been launched on fifty occasions to the assistance of his Majesty's ships, seaplanes or other war craft, with the consequent saving of the lives of 216 of the Nation's defen- ders. In the case of the Rohilla Hos- pital ship, seven lifeboats were en- gaged. of which one was wrecked and another severely damaged. These ser- vices resulted in 85 valuable lives being saved, including doctors and nurses. It will thus be seen that the lifeboats are truly on active service." It is hoped that the effort to secure funds on Saturday next will meet with the greatest success, as it should in an important maritime town like Barry.
SUCCESSFUL GARDEN PARTYI
SUCCESSFUL GARDEN PARTY. I BARRY BAPTIST ZENANA I AUXILIARY. The annual Garden Party in connec- tion with the Barry Baptist Zenana Auxiliary was held on Wednesday afternoon last, and proved a conspicu- ous success in all departments. But- trills House was kindly placed at the disposal of the members by Mrs. EvanjS, and the pleasing surroundings were well suited to the occasion. There was an attendance of members from all the Baptist. and other churches in the dis- trict. and the proceedings were of a very enjoyable character. Refresh- ments were provided, and were, as in other years very attractive. Miss S. B. Thomas efficiently carried out the secretarial arrangements.
SUCCESSFUL BARRY STUDENTS
SUCCESSFUL BARRY STUDENTS The following students were success- ful in connection with the recent Rovai Society of Arts examinations:— Theorv and Practice of Commerce.- C. H. Gale, S. E. H. Gale, R. A. How- ard, A. E. Smith, R. A. Lennox. Sliortliand. -li. A. Hart, R. I. Hur- dridgc. W. R. George. Emma Wheeler, Cnrrio Dickuell. H..T. Finch, A. E. Smith. French. R. A. Howard, C. H. Gale. Arithmetic.—C. H. Gale. A. J. Dur- bin. Book-keeping.—W. R. George, O. G. Hillier, H. A. Hart, W. F. Morgan, R. A. Howard, A. E. Smith.
BOXING AT BARRY
BOXING AT BARRY. On Saturday evening next, at Prof. Tim Sullivan's Pavilion Show Ground, Holton-road, Barry Docks, there will be a great special 10-round glove con- test between Fred Jenkins, Barry Docks, and Private George Clarke, of the Shropshire Regiment. Men in the ring at 9.30 sharp. Also exhibition boxing by Tommy Lewis, bantam champion of Wales, Bill Stanley, of London, and other well-known local talent. Admission, 6d.
RICK FIRE AT CADOXTON t
RICK FIRE AT CADOXTON. t A fire broke out in a hay-rick be- longing to Mr. Gomer Howell, at Cole- brook Fawr Farm, Cadoxton-Barry, on I Wednesday afternoon, and the rick was almost completely destroyed, despite the timely arrival of the Barry Fire Brigade, in charge of Captain E. R. Hinchsliffe and Engineer W. Mat- thews.
ILOCAL PLACES OF PUBLICI AMUSEMENT
I LOCAL PLACES OF PUBLIC I AMUSEMENT. I THEATRE ROYAL, BARRY. 1 "Gentleman Jack, the Gipsy, the story of a stolen baby boy, was the prin- cipal attraction at the Theatre Royal during the past evenings of this week, and other admirable dramas were, "Creed of the Clafn," and "A Bogus Bandit." The comic programme was exceptionally strong, including "Won with Dynamite," "Hard Cider," "What the and "Hello Iabd." the lat- ter featuring Charles Chaplin. An ar- tistic and interesting turn was pre- sented by Mollie Craven, a refined comedienne. The ninth instalment of "The Master Key" will be shown this evening (Thursday), and the remaind er of the I week and it will doubtlessly provide an unlimited attraction. Other pic- tures will be "Flight in the Jungle." "Home of Silence," "Who Violates the j Law," "Jewels and Jim-jams," "Ham and Jitney Bus," "Dream of Painting." and "Dash. Love, and Splash." Next week the great picture drama, entitled, "Even Unto Death," will be shown. Charles Chaplin will also ap- pear in one of his greatest comedies. ROMILLY HALL, BARRY. This week-end another strong pro- gramme of pictures will be screened at this popular up-to-date hall. The chief item will be a grand exclusive by the B. and C. Company, entitled The Suicide Club," from the New Arabian Nights," by Robert Louis Stevenson. The British public is being educated to a higher standard in picture plays, and a great demand now exists for the works of the great writers of fiction. In seeking to foster that demand we are assured that it is for the good of the industry, and also the great army of picture-goers. A two-part comedy featuring Charles Chaplin will be in- cluded in the programme. Next week, Charles Chaplin will be once again in evidence in a two-part screaming farce, and another great production by Jesse Lasky, entitled The Man on the Box," featuring Max Figman and Lolita Robertson, of the Famous Players. This is a grand comedy drama which will be sure to please the Romilly Hall patrons. All the latest war pictures and gazettes will be shown at each performance.
BARRY DOCK ST JOHN AMBULANCEI
BARRY DOCK ST. JOHN AMBULANCE. The members of the Barry Division, St. John Ambulance Brigade, are still meeting the demand for further volun teers for the Military Home Hospital Reserve. During the past week Pri- vates à. Bobbett and Dd. Harries left. for the Metropolitan War Military Hos pital, for duty as nursing orderlies Practically all the original volunteers have been called up. No effort is being spared to keep up the strength of the Division that it may be useful at home; and with a view of recruiting more men for work in the Brigade Reserves the Bearer Companies, Royal Naval Auxiliary Sick Berth Reserve, and the Military Home Hospital Reserve. First-aid lectures and classes of in. struction will be held at Gladstone-road Schools on Thursday evenings, at 8 o'clock, and on Sundays at 11 a.m., commencing Thursday, July 22nd. En trance fee, 1/
ITHE MADDING CROWD
I "THE MADDING CROWD." THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE WATCH FOR "SMOKE!" How quickly a crowd gathers! A comparatively small whiff of smoke, which might have been a puff from a cigarette, issued from a window at No. 28, Hirwain-street. Barry Docks, on Wednesday evening last, and in a few minutes a crowd of two or three thou- sand people thronged the streets. The smoke grew in volume, a fire threatened, and the Town. Fire Brigade was hurriedly called, but on the bri- gade proceeding to the street in charge of Engineer W. Matthew, the outbreak was quickly got under and the brigade returned to its quarters. It was rum- oured that a child was injured, but a coloured man in the house assured the crowd that this was not correct. The ignition of some linen wa,s the cause of the fire but the damage done was slight.
II IDEATH OF RESPECTED BARRY LADY
I I DEATH OF RESPECTED BARRY LADY. The death of Mrs. Margaret Evans, relict of the late Mr. Richard Evans, J.P., the first general manager of the Barry Railway Company, took place on Monday last. Mrs. Evans, who was in her eightieth year, was pre-deceased by her husband three years ago, and has since lived with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lusty, Highfield, Park-road, Barry. She was highly respected. Mrs. Evans came of a very old family, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrose, residing in Car- diff for many years.
SCHOOL ITEMS CONSIDERED
SCHOOL ITEMS CONSIDERED. BARRY BUILDINGS AND SITES COMMITTEE. The Buildings and Sites Committee of the Barry Education Authority met on Monday evening last, Mr. W. Beck (chairman) presiding. There were also present, Messrs. J. Lowdon, J.P., J. Felix Williams, Thomas Evans, and J. E. LeArers. THEY WANT OPEN-AIR. The monthly reports of schools were submitted. It was stated that windows at Gladstone-road Infants' School were continually being broken. The Surveyor (Mr. J. C. Pardee) was instructed to ascertain the cost of plac- ing wire guards over the windows. TENDERS FOR COLOURING. I Tenders were received for colouring work at the schools of the town. The i tender of Mr. H. Waters, Cadoxton, to II do the work at High-street Schools, was £ 84 10s., and was accepted. Mr. Waters' tender for Gladstone- road, St. Helen's, and Cadoxton In- ¡' fants' Schools, at £84, X25, and £ 45 respectively, were also accepted. I The tender of Messrs. H. R. Paul and Son, for the caretakers' houses at Clive- road School (Barry Island) and at Gladstone-road School, at £16 10s. and £3 17s. Gel. respectively, were accepted. At t.149 it was decided to accept the I tender of Mr. A. II. Bletso for Holton- road Schools. CHARGING THE MILITARY. I In the report of the Surveyor, it was stated that he had estimated the cost of repairs at the various, schools, of dam- age done during the stay of the Mili- tary. He did Z: not know, however, whether the full amount should be charged. The cost was S17 4s. 8d Mr. Levers: I think they will pay that. It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Lowdoll, seconded by Mr. Felix Wil- liams, that the Chairman and Mr. T. Evans inspect the various items with a view to arriving at the items to be charged. LETTING OF LAND. I The Committee considered the letting of a piece of land adjoining Gladstone- road Schools. An offer was received from Mr. J. Dyer, but it was decided to advertise. APPOINTMENT OF CARETAKER. I The question of appointing a care- taker for the Domestic and Handicraft Centres at Holton-road Schools was considered, and Mrs. Jane Wright, ot C'adoxton, was appointed. I REMUNERATIVE CLEANING. I Application was received from the Window Cleaning Company for re- muneration for extra window cleaning at Cadoxton Schools, and it was decided I to offer 9 I APPLICATION FROM THE SUM- I MER SCHOOL. A communication was received for the use of the Central Halls of Glad- stone-road School in connection with the Glamorgan Summer School. It was pointed out that at the time the halls would be required, the colour- ing of the schools would be in progress. It was, therefore, decided to offer the halls at Hannah-street Schools.
MEDICINE SHORTAGE CAUSESI RISE IN PRICES
MEDICINE SHORTAGE CAUSES I RISE IN PRICES. One of the consequences of the war has been to reduce considerably the im- port of certain medicines known as synthetic—that is artificial-drugs, and naturally to raise prices. This happily does not apply in any way to the well-known remedy, Dr. Cassell's Tablets. The ingredients of these Tab- lets are natural products derived from our own Colonies and from America, and no shortage is anticipated. Prices remain the same, viz., 10|tl., 1/11, and 2/9, of all chemists. For the nerve strain which this ter- rible war entails there is no "better sus- tainer than Dr. Cassell's Tablets. They should be taken for all run down con- ditions, for loss of energy, sleepless- ness, irritability, and other indications of nerve disturbance.
WELLKNOWN IRONFOUNDERSI AMALGAMATE i I
WELL-KNOWN IRONFOUNDERS AMALGAMATE. I Messrs. W. H. Gould, the old-estab* lished firm of ironfounders of the Borough Foundry, Cardiff, and the Barry Foundry, Barry Docks, who have been carrying on business for the past twenty-five years, have become amalgamated with the Cardiff firm of Messrs. Thomas James and Co., whose business was founded in 1879. The new concern will be designated Goulds Foundries, Limited." The iron and brass foundries involved are the Vulcan, Victoria, and Borough Foundries, Cardiff, and the Barry Foundry. Mr. H. Gould is managing director; Mr. Wm. Cuthbert Gould, manager at Barry; and Mr. P. Leonard Gould, manager at Cardiff.
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CARDIFF CHILDREN AT BARRYI ISLAND
CARDIFF CHILDREN AT BARRY I ISLAND Under the auspices of Pearson's Fresh Air Fund, about 500 poor chil- dren from the Canton and Cathays dis- tricts of Cardiff journeyed on Saturday last by special train to Barry Island in delightful weather. The children were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G., Percy Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Renwick, Mr. R. 0. Sanderson, and others, Mr. Sanderson providing a large box of oranges, which were much appreciated. A sumptuous tea was supplied at Miss Long's Refreshment Rooms, during which Mr. Percy Thomas read congratulatory messages from the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, and from the chaplain and men of II.M.S. Thunderer, who have made themselves personally interested in the Cardiff children. Afterwards games were or- ganised, and prizes distributed on the ?saitds, the merry laughter of the boys and girls attracting many visitors, some of whom rendered adinirable as- sistance; and the happy party re- ?ttirtied to Cardiff soon. after eight o 'clock.
PRINCE OF WALES NATIONAL RELIEF FUND
PRINCE OF WALES' NATIONAL RELIEF FUND. List of contributiûns for the two> weeks ended July 91st, 1915:- £ s„ d. Amount previously acknow- ledged .2,430:t9 6 Barry Railway Co. Loco. Dept 17 12 2 Engineers' Dept.. 4 0 0 Traffic Dept. 2 13 1 Shipping Dept. 2 13 1 Docks Dept. 0 15 5 Elec. Dept. 0 10 6 Stores Dept 0 2 4 ——————. 28 6 7 Barry Pilots licensed under Barry Pilotage Board 8 5 0 Proceeds of Matinee given at Theatre Royal, Barry, by Cardiff Ama- teur Dramatic Society (Final Instalment) 3 2 3 X2,470 13 4 LOCAL RELIEF FUND. £ s. d. Amount previously acknow- ledged 222 10 9 Mr. P. W. Sherlock 0 12 0 Barry Railway Co.: Traffic Dept." 0 5 3 Stores Dept. 0 2 6 ———— 079 X223 10 6 Further contributions will be grate- fully received, and may be sent to the Chairman of the Council (Mr. J. Mar- shall), or to Mr. R. A. Sprent, National Provincial Bank, Barry Docks.
LULLABY. Sleep, gentle child, forget the day, Veil in the silence eyes of grey, More deep than twilight's ocean Though round thy tresses shadows stray, Still all thy fears I watch alway, With tenderest devotion. The night wind moans aloud, yet stay Thy tears, and hush the heart dismay, The too intense emotion Within mine arms submissive lay Thy soul to rest, I watch thee aye With tenderest devotion. Barry, Docks. G.M.T. J
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS
REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. "BOSCH." The only good German is a dead German," states an interesting book, entitled "-BOFch," a collection of alto- gether Hun-necessary matter, written by Captain Will J. Ward, and pub- lished at 5/- net by the Ward Maritime Publications- Clarence-road, Cardiff. Bosch is a compendium of short stories and poems, humorous and other- wise, and Bill Bosch, in other words > Kaiser William, is taken from his high ■ pedestal and the great necromancer is shown in his true colours. TECIÇS PICTORIAL POSTCARDS We have received specimen packets representative of an important series of most recent issues in oilette and photo- gravure postcards, from Messrs, Raphael1 Tuck and Sons, Ltd., Raphael House, Moorfields, London. The new contributions range from grave to gay,. and me-lude military and naval sub- jects. together with a series represent- ing views, figures, heads, flowers, annual's. well-known regiments, dread noughts, submarines, etc. TIMELY STIMULUS TO LOYALIST AND PATRIOTISM. | We have just received handsomo j specimens of six photogravure por- traits of the Royal house, which, have been published by Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons, Ltd., Raphael, House, Moonfields, City, London, at 1 per copy. This issue is an historic one, and includes the portraits of their Majesties the King and Queen, the Prince of Wales, Princess Mary, and Prince Albert, at a period when the greatest war ever waged by the Nation is at its height. At a remarkably low price, these charmingly beautiful photo- gravures should find their way into every British home and institution, and will prove a timely stimulus to loyalty and patriotism.
I SATURDAYS CRICKET
I SATURDAY'S CRICKET. I EASY WIN FOR BARRY. Barry easily defeated Cardiff High School at Barry Island on Saturday last. -Scores:- Cardiff High School: C. Harland 5, Trees 15, T. Harry 14, Edmonds 0, Simpson 1, Gunn 2, Summers T), S. Guest 2, King 1, Martin 2, and Coates 2. extras 4. total 48. Barry: A. Deacon 6, Kirby 9, R. V. Wiliams 6, C. J. Waters 7, A. Osborne 4, W. Jennings 5, F. Williams 2, W. T. Llewellyn 17, B. S. Cording 28. W. H. Sncll 5, and A. Kirby 0, extras 2, total 91. I BARRY v. CARDIFF COLLEGE. I Saturday next, 3 o'clock, on tne 1 Island Ground. Barry: A. Osborne (captain), R. Williams, W. Kinsley, A. Deacon, W. Jennings, S. Beaumont, B. Cording, C. J. Waters, C. Kirby, A. W. White, and Dr. Budge.
BARRY SEAMAN BREAKS HIS LEG
BARRY SEAMAN BREAKS HIS LEG. A seaman named James Crawler, from a ship at Barry Docks, fell in Dock View-road on Monday evening last and sustained a fracture of the 1? He was removed to the Town Accidell?' Hospital, where he was detained' Crawley, it appears, was engaged 111 an altercation with another seaiudll when the accident took place. i