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BAHRY POLICE COURT 1
BAHRY POLICE COURT. 1 FRIDAY. 13ofore Dr. G. Noale and Mr. A. II W. Travis. RATES OWING. I On the application of Mr. John Jen- kins, superintendent collector to the I Barry District Council, an order for payment of £3 4s. 6d. poor rate was itiado against Douglas Luther and Emuna Cleland. EDUCATION CASES. u Mr. D. Rees ,school attendance offi- cor, on behalf of the Barry Education Committee, proved habitual neglect in sending their children to -school against William Stevens, William Cooper, Jos. Garland, and James W. Clarke, and orders to attend school were made. The charges profcrrcd by the Barry Education Committee against William Chick, Elizabeth A. Smith, and Arthur M. Jones were broach of the school .)-L,-Ia,w,s. The case against Chick was adjourned for a month; that against Smith was adjourned for two months; and Arthur M. Jones was fined 5 For disobeying an order made for his child to attend school, Charles Ball was fined 5/ The .son of Charles Johnson, who had been fined three times previously, was ordered to be sent to the Truant School till he reached the ago of 14 years. WANTED PAY FOR STANDING ABOUT. Four members of the crew of the Admiralty stdamer Indiana claimed wages. Their names weire Samuel Ed- wards. Patrick Kane, John Kelly, and Thomas Tracev. Mr. F. P. Jones-Lloyd appeared for the owners of the ship. Only Kelly appeared, and said the other men had proceeded to sea. Kelly told the Bench that he was engaged by the second engineer on iseptoinbex 21st as stoker. Mr. Jones-Lloyd: Did you do any work on the ship? oJ oJ Witness: No; we agreed, and ex- pected the job. The claim is for loss of time. You sayis you were engaged?—Yes; to be on the ship three days later. I was told to be there to sign in the ship. .You were not told to do any work in the mea nt ime ?—No. Could you have signed on another ship?—Yes. Mr. Jones-Lloyd submitted that the men sliowod no case at all. The hasis of the agreement was the going to sea. The agreement was in writing, which had to be signed by the registrar of shipping. Witness did not suggest that he did any work, and it was open to him to sign on any other ship after being engaged, but he did not do so. There was nothing in writing to engage him, and he expected to be paid for standing about. The Clerl- (Mr. J. W. Morris): Did the engineer definitely engage you on the 21st? Did he see your papers? Witness Yes; and he put my name in a book. Mr. Jones-Lloyd submitted that the captain was liable only for work done. They were not liable when defendant was standing about. The Clerk: If you had been ordered to go on board the ship to work after your name had been taken, would you have gone?—Witness: Yes. The Bench gave judgment for Kelly for 16/ The oruses of the other men were dismissed. itO FOR UNLICENSED BEER SALE. An elderly woman named Ann Coiir- tenay, a wholesale beer dealer, of 18, Travis-street, Barry Docks, was charged with selling beer without a license. Mr. Morgan Rees, solicitor, Cardiff, defended. Police-constable Frank Johns gavo evidence of keeping vigil on the house from 12.45 till 2 pjn. on Wednesday, September 8th. During this time several people entered the house. At about 1.20 p.m. witness saw Mrs. Olson, a boarding-house keeper in the same street, leave her own house with two cases of beer, and enter defendant's house. Shortly afterwards sihe left empty-handed. Mrs. Olsen later made another journey, carrying two cases, and again left empty-handed. Another journey was made, Mrs. Olsen this time carrying a oalso of beer and two empty flagons. Witness went to Mrs-. Olsen's house about two o'clock, and together they visited the house of the defendant. rr. Olsen, after they entered, said, "I will explain all. I came here late last night, about 8.45, and paid for five cases of beer. Mrs. Courtenay would not. let her have them, because Mr. Courtenay had fallen down and had been injured. I gave her a It note, and rrs. Courtenay gave me 2/G change. Witness asked her to produce her order book. There was nothing in this, said witness, to show that Mrs. Olson had had the beer. Inspector R. II. Thomas said he visited the defendant's 'house in the overling of the same day, and asked to see the beer store. Here there were empty bottles on the floor. There were a 1-;0 four coses of beer, but there were not labelled to Mrs. Olse.n. For the defence, Mr. Morgan Rees examined defendant in the witness-box. j The order was given for the cases on the night of the 7th, and was paid for l then. One of Mrs. Olson's lodgers wanted beer, and asked his landlady to get him some from a local hotel, j This was some distance away, and she went to defendant's house for the beer. Elizabeth Olsen, 12, Travis-street, Barry Docks, corroborated, but the Bench intimated that they were satis- fied that a sale had taken place, and a fine (-)f XIO was inflicted. I SHOWERED MISSILES THROUGH 11 THE WINDOW. Mr. A. Jackson, solicitor, appeared to pmsecute in a case in which Betty Turner, a respectably-dressed girl, of- 25. Hunter-street, Cadoxton-Barry, was summoned by Rose Aiming, who lives next door, for wilful damage. Complainant told the Bench that on Monday, she was at the front of her house, when she heard a crash, and went to the | back, where she found that a window had been broken. Defendant was there firing bricks through the window. Bowls, scrubbing-brushes, and lumps of wood were also thrown through the window, and damage was done to the [ extent of 6/ Emily Parker and Sobitha Clarke, complainant's sisters, corroborated. 1 Mary Jane Turner, defendant's mother, said her daughter threw nothing at the window. It was she (witness) who broko the window. A bucket of water was thrown over her daughter some time before. Gladys Peterson, a young married woman, said she was at the front" with defendant when they heard a crash, and defendant and witness ran to the back of the house, defendant dragging her mother into the house. A fine of 5/- was imposed, and de- fendant was ordered to pay G/- damage. I PHEASANT, RABBIT, BOY, AND I POLICEMAN. Mr. Gordon Williams, solicitor, de- fended a youth named George E. Hart- land, whoso parents live at Tredogan Farm, Penmark. He was charged with being in unlawful possession of a phea- sant. There was a further summons, preferred by Mr. Evan Williams, Vic- toria Hotel, Barry, for trespassing in pursuit of conies. Police-oofiistruble Lewis spoke to see- ing defendant riding a bicycle towards Barry at 8.30 pjm. on September 30th. He had no light, and witness shouted to him. Defendant dismounted, and lit his lamp. Witness noticed a rabbit hanging from the handlebar, and also a handkerchief as a parcel. Witness asked hiin what it contained, and de- fendant replied, I picked it up on the road near the New Farm." Witness opened tho handkerchief, and found the pheasant (produced) inside, quite warm. Witness added that he heard two shots fired in the direction of Tre- dogan about an hour and a half pre- viously. Defendant, in the witness-box, said he lodged at Dinas Powis, and was em- ployed by Messrs. William Lewis and Co. On the day in question the went to Tredogan, and left there about eight o'clock. His mother gave him a rabbit to take to his landlady. Defendant was fined 10/- including costs. In the second ca-se evidence was given by William Siiell, a farm labourer in the employ of complainant, that he was in afield on the farm at about quarter past five on September 17th, when he heard a gun-shot in the adjoining field. He proceeded there, and saw dofeddant with a gun under his arm, and a rabbit in his hand. He questioned defendant, who said he was in the employ of Mr. Williams. Complainant now siaid he had never employed defendant. Defcmdantgave a complete denial of Snell'is allegations, and evidence was given by William Benjamin Davies, High walls-road; Owen Pugsley, in the on-iploy of Messrs. W. Lewis; and Wini- fred Ann Hartland, defendant's mother, which showed that defendant was not near Tredogan on the night in ques- tion. The case was dismissed. I HUSBAND AND WIFE FINED. Mary Smith, a Cadoxton woman, was fined 2/6 for allowing her donkey to stray on the highway. A fine of 6/- was imposed upon Hy. Smith, her husband, for allowing a horse to stray on another date. I RUSSIAN CHARGED. I Alexander Eikel, a Russian subject, was charged under the Aliens' Restric- tion Order with failing to inotify the I aliens' oiffcer with his change of ad- dress. Registration-ofifcer Fred Brimson gave evidence, and a fine of 11, or seven days' imprisonmentfi was im- posed. SEAMAN S DEPOSIT FORFEITED. A deposit of 10/- by Oscar Berg, a .,eaii-iiaii, was forfeited on a charge of being drunk and incapable on Septem- ber 29th. > MONDAY. I Before Mr. J. J. Neale and Mir. J. M. Jennings. ORDERS FOR PAYMENT OF RATES. Application having been macle b, Afr. John Jenkins, superintendent col I lector to the Barry District Council orders for payment of poor and general district rate were made against Ernest Rees. Thomas Anthony Maddocks, Samuel Jones, Charles Collard, Wil- liam Flynn, George Turner, Thomas Clement, John Hartree, John Sanders, William Matthews. Edwafrd. Bumford, Patrick Duggan, Henry Paul, William Gully. William Griffiths, James Went. John Calliathis, Thomas Bell, Sarah Oalhighan. James Ricketts. Mary Ann Griffiths, Albert Dahili. and George King. rm DEAR DRINKS. There were two drunk ami disorderly charges against Thomas Moore, a sea- man. and a fiiit) <)f TI or seven days' imprisonment, in each case, was im- posed. Moore went down. and the sen- tences will run concurrently. SEAMAN INCAPABLY nnrXK AT CADOXTON. Patrick Doran, a seaman, was fined 10/- or seven days' imprisonment for being drunk and incapable in Jenner- street, Cadoxton-Barry, on the 2nd in- stant.
A WORD TO MOTHERSj i
-——-—————— ? A WORD TO MOTHERS. i No mother should allow nervous weakness to get tho upper hand of her; if she does, worry will mar her work in the home, and torment her in body and mind. Day after day spent amid the same 4mrroundings is enough to cause fret ful- ness and depression but there are other causes, as every mother knows, that tend to make her nerves become run- down. A change would benefit her jaded system, and rest might improve her blood so as to give the nerves better "tone" but best of all for women "worn out" is a short course of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which make new blood, rich with the elements on which the nerves I thrive. It is in this way that these pills restore regular health, increased energy, now ambition and steady nerves. Women know as well as doctors that their good health depends upon a full supply of good blood. Nervousness sick headache, pain in the back and limbs, loss of appetite, and depression are evidences of a bloodless state. It follows, because Dr. Williams' Pink Bills for Pale People make rich new blood, that they are a boon to weak, bloodless women, and a complete nerve and blood treatment. Refresh your blood and feed your nerves with Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills for Pale People. Dealers sell them, but ask for Dr. Williams'. FREE.-Tho Woman's Health Guide, "Plain Talks," will be sent free if you write to Hints Dept., 46, Holborn Via- duct, London, for a copy.
THE FINANCES OF BARRYI
THE FINANCES OF BARRY. I I NO ELECTIONS NEXT YEAR. I The Finance Committee of the Barry District Council held its monthly meet- ing on Thursday evening last, Mr. E, Walton presiding. Messrs. J. Mar- shall, J.P., G. Wareham, J. Felix Wil- liams, T. Evans, and J. E. Levers were also present. The various accounts for the month were considered and passed. Mr. John Jenkins, superintendent collector, reported that the total collec- tions for the month amounted to £ 11,477. After receiving the Accountant's re- port regarding aircraft and bombard- ment insurance, Mr. Levers moved, in- asmuch as Barry was far from the dan- ger zone, no action be taken in the mat- ter. This was carried. A letter was received from the Local Government. Board relative to the post- ponement of local' elections, and it was decided to postpone the annual elec- tions next year, and in case of a Vacancy that the seat be filled by co- I operation,
I HOMES FOR AGE SEAMEN
I HOMES FOR AGE? SEAMEN. The annual meeting of the National Sailors' and Firemen's Union was held at iCaxton Hall, London, last week, at which the business of the Union was considered. One of the miain questions considered was the providing of homes for aged seamen, the Union having acquired property in the country near North- ampton for the purpose. The scheme proposed was thoroughly threshed out and adopted, the members deciding that it was absolutely necessary thai old and disabled seamen should be looked after. The delegates present from Barry were Messrs. Marston and Neilsen; and from Cardiff, Messrs. Tearle, Daniels, and Simmons; and Mr. J. Henson, district secretary.
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BARRY COUNTY COURT
BARRY COUNTY COURT. The October sitting of the Barry County Court was held before his ?lloi?(.)Iir JLi(Ige Hill Kelly on Tuesday last. The uncontested cases were heard 1-)y t l i,(,, R.(?gistrar, by the Registrar, Mr. Alfred Jackson. B.A.L. (instructed by Mr. D. Phillips Rees (Cardilf). DOMESTIC SERVANT'S CLAIM. Lilian Sweetland, a domestic servant, claimed a month's wages from-Bertram I Ridd. of Lavernock. Defendant denied owing the money. Plaintiff stated that she was employed by defendant, who paid her 28/- a mouth. Teas were provided to people who visited Lavernock, and they were very busy, so that she was told she could not have Sunday nights off, ac- cording to the agreement, but could have a run when there was someone else in the house. One night, she and her sister, who was employed at the I same place, wont for a run. They were away about half-an-hour, and visited some campers who had pitched on the land adjoining defendant's land. Whilst there, defendant came across and ordered them back to the house, saving, If you are not there before ime you will be locked out." When they got back the door was locked. They were admitted by a boy, but encountered de- fondant, who told her (plaintiff) to e10a.r out. They went to bed, and in the morning she was about to resume work when defendant's wife told her that there was nothing for her to do. Replying to defendant's questions, plaintiff denied that she had refused to rise before eight a.m.. except on one occasion, when she did not retire till 11.30. He had never to fetch her from the campers. In reply to his Honour, defendant said the reason he sent her away was on account of her disobedience and bad language. Judgment was given for 28/- in favour of complainant. WOULD NOT (RETURN MATTRESS. Moses Amos James*, of Cadoxton, sought the return of a mattress or 30/ the cost thereof,. from James E. Tall- boy. Emily James, plaintiff's wife, said she gave defendant a spring mattress some time ago to be repaired, but it had not been returned, although repeated enquiries had ibeen made. Defendant: I have the mattress out- side for your Honour's inspection. His Honour You may have it out- side, but not for my inspection. Defendant: T have had the mattress for two years, and four months waiting for somebody to come and take it away. His Honour: Are you prepared to pay defendant 7/6 if you get the mat- tress back? Plaintiff: Yes; if it will fit the bed. Advised by the Judge, plaintiff went outside to see the mattress, and on re- turning said it was not her's. I ..Judgn"cnt for plaintiff for 20/- was given. DODGING DOCTOR'S DEMANDS. Dr. C. F. G. Sixismith, Hoi ton-road, Barry Docks, sued George Small, a local chimney sweep, in respect of pay- ment of £ 15 16s. for medical services. Plaintiff said he attended defendant, who was suffering from Bright's dis- ease, for two years, and charged him 5/- a visit and a bottle of medicine inclusive. Defendant: Did you say you would cure me for X109. v Plaintiff: No; I did not. Defendant was ordered to pay the debt in instalments of 6/- a week. MEDICAL REFEREE'S DECISION. The action, J annes Mead v. Cardiff Pendine Shipping Company, referred to a medical referee at the previous Court, was now re-opened, Mr. A. T. James, B.A.L., on behalf of the respon- dents, intimating that the man was not now incapacitated, and on September 22nd had gone to sea. An award for the respondents, with costs, was made. I FELL INTO PIT. I Wilfred Phillips, of 20, Glamorgan- street, made a claim against Messrs. Wilson and Sons, cargo exporters, Barry Docks, in respect of an accident. 'Mr. A. T. James, B.A.L. ((instructed by Mr. Harold Lloyd, (Cardiff), ap- peared for plaintiff, respondents being represented by Mr. St. John Francis Williams, B.A.L. Mr. James said applicant was a tallyman in the employ of respondents, and on the night of March 17th, whilst chocking goods which were being trans- ferred from the Barry Railway Tran- sit Sheds to a vessel at the Dockside, applicant inadvertently stepped into the pit of a crane, which was not pro- tected, and falling a distance of about 16 feet, sustained severe injuries to his head, and fractured his thigh. Plaintiff was cross-examined by Mr. Francis Williams, who said the respon- dents did not intend to contest the case f (irtlior. Applicant had been paid £ 17 by respondents. His Honour judged in favour of ap- plicant for 17/- a week, credit to be given for L17.
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DINAS POWIS FARMERS AND PRICE OF nLK
DINAS POWIS FARMERS AND PRICE OF nLK. At a representative meeting of the Dinas Powis and District Co-operative Agricultural Society, held on Monday evening last at the Star. Hotel, Dinas Powis, the following resolution proposed by Mr. A\ illiam Emerson and seconded by Mr. Richard Evans, was unani- mously adopted: -"That this meeting of farmers in the area of the Dinas Powis and District Agricultural Co- operative 'Society who are milk pro- ducers and who dispose of their milk wholesale, unanimously agree owing to the increa-sed cost of tits production that the winter price of milk shall 00- T/l per gallon as and from October 10th next to April 30th. 1916.
WAR TIME ECONOMY
WAR TIME ECONOMY. Many housewives are finding an ex- cellent way of economising at this. time. The use of wasteful soap is not only expensive in itself, but may prove a double source of loss. The wear and tear of clothes is a serious item, and usually it is the soap that is to blame. For this reason the Olive Oil Soap- Puritan Soap-is a boon to housewives. It is very hard and lasting, but in ad- dition, by reason of the olive oil which is in it, it saves the clothes from wear and tear in washing. Puritan Soap can be recommended to all who wish to follow the path of true economy in these difficult days.
I NEW KIND OF FIRSTAID I
NEW KIND OF FIRST-AID. Novelty for Lovers of Dumb Anixaaits, Quite an interesting novelty has made its appearance, being a first- aid ointment devised especially for the cuts, sprains. and skin diseases of our dumb friends. It is reaily Zam- Buk with all its well-known healing properties in a different or stjxmgetr form adapted for horses, dogs, sheep, cattle and pets. Veterinary Zam-Ruk, as it is called, is reddish in colour, and is sold in red packets as distinguished from the green packets of the ordinary Zam- Buk. It is a little cheaper than the household preparation, in that it is not affected by the new war tax on patent medicines. It is really a fine healing, soothing and antiseptic pre-pam-tioin. which has evoked a chorus of un- stinted praise from farmers, stock- keepers, fanciers and lovers of pete. General Botha's famo-us charger was cured by this Zam-Buk of some obstin- ate sores which veterinary surgeons had treated for some time in vain. In the form-yard, stable, kennel and poul- try-run, Zam-Buk provides for the first time an ideal and handy Vet."
I BARRY SOLDIER SENTRY KILLED IBY GERMAN SNIPER
BARRY SOLDIER SENTRY KILLED BY GERMAN SNIPER. Intelligence reached Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Day Riordean, of East Anglia, Norwich-road, Cadoxton-Barry, on Saturday morning last, that their youngest son. Private Aubrey Nicholls Riiordean (18), of the King's Rifle Bri- gade. had been killed whilst on active service with the British troops .in France. Private Riordean joined the King's Eifles in October of last year, and proceeded to the Front two months ago. On Sunday, September 26th, he was on sentry duty, when he was fatally shot by an enemy sniper, and died almost immediately. We sym- pathise with the parents and family of the young soldier in. their loss.