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BARRY POLICE COURTI
BARRY POLICE COURT. I FRIDAY. .fVforo Mr J. Lowdon, l\[r, T). W. I Roberts, and Mr. W. R. Lee..1 T'HREATENED TO DUCK SENTRY. I A sailor, David Roberts, of the crew I of the British steamer Transport, was charged with being drunk and dis- orderly. A Private in the 211d Manchester's was oil sentry duty on Friday night at the Docks when defendant came along, and although witness c-hal- 13enged him three times, he refused to I answer. Witness stopped him, and asked him why he did not answer, and he made use of disgusting language. An officer of the Manchester Rogi- • fneat said defendant threatened to r throw the orderly officer into the dock. Fined 10s. or seven days. I NATIONALITY FEUD ON BARRY SHIPS. I Mr. A. C. Hooper, solicitor, repre- sented seven Spanish seamen, who sued Captain A. De Renffigna, master of the steamship Antiope, for wages due. I Mr. Alfred Jackson, solicitor, Barry, i was for the defence. Tfie men's naniøs I were Jose Villaneva, Andresio Raiiios, i Francisco Mago, Antonio Medina, Fastino Garcia, Juan Monasterio, and Adolf Antique, and they sued, the first for £ 10 10s., and the remainder for I £ 8 5s. 4d. each. Mr. Hooper explained that the pro- ceedings were taken under section 62 of the Me reliant Shipping Act. The I day after the men signed on. a dispute arose between the bosnn, a Spaniard, and the Irish members of the crew, the latter being dissatisfied that a Spaniard should be over them, I Jose VHaneva said he was d?nkoy- man. The captain told him that he I was sacking all Spaniards owing to a disturbance between the bosun and tl]P Irish members of the crew. W itness' and he wo'rked >32 (hours uvertiime betiore he was discharged.^ Cross-examined, witness said three of the Spaniards were taken off the ship bv the police. He did not know that one of his countrymen was run- ning about the deck with a knife in his hand, but he was struck on the head with a bar of iron. Antonio Medina remembered being told by the captain that he was dis- charged because there had been a row. The Bench agreed to the payment to Villaneva of £4 40s. 4s. overtime, and 6s. one day's work. Medina to be paid C4 damages and 5s. one day's wages. Fastino Garcia, a voting fireman; witnessed the row on board. The police took two of the men to the Police Station. Cross-examined by Mr. Jackson. wtÏtnèss denied, that he had a piece of wood in his hand. He would not assist one of his countrymen if he were a-ssailed by mert of other nationality. remarked Mr. Jackson. You're a conscientious objector." (Laughter). Juan Monasterio, a fireman, said he took no part in the dispute. He saw a man lying on deck with his head broke. Mr. Jackson submitted that there a had been a nationality feud between the Irishmen and the Spaniard, be- cause the former did not like the idea. of having a Spaniard over them. Was it likely that a Spaniard, if he saw his countryman attacked, would not lift. a hand to help liii-i? were the Spaniards such a peaceable race? If this row did come on. was the captain not justi- fied in dismissing the Irishmen as well a.s the Spaniards? He asked the Bench to make the compensation as small as possible. Judgement for the plaintiffs for _£4 5s. 4d., with costs CHIMNEY AFIRE. I P.C. Samuel White proved seeing a I chimney on fire, and Sydney Glanbill was fined 2s. 6d. I MONDAY. I I Uetore JLr, cam Thomas and -Ali-. T. H. Mordey. I SULLY DEFAULTER. I On the application, of Mr. C. Howe, I assistant overseer, an order for pay- ment of poor rate was made against I Arthur IJoury Bradley, of Sully. PORTER CHARGED WITH THEFT. Sydney Owen, a porter in the em- ploy of the Barry Railway, was charged with stealing an overcoat, vailue 30/- Mr. Ivor Downing, solicitor, \vh6 pro- secuted for the Barry Railway Com- pany, said defendant had given notice to leave the employ of the Company before offence occurred. When charged, defendant admitted the theft. Howell Jones a porter at Cadoxton Station, said oh March 4th, he saw Owen going from the platform into the parcc'l Qnice, carrying a bundle of rags," and witnes sa.w defendant bring something out in his hand. Wit- ness added that lie saw defendant try- ing on an overcoat. Mrs. Anne Jones, 88, Porthkerry- road, a widow, stated that. on March 16th s'he received a parcel of clothes from her son James Jones, who had I joined the Army. On opening the parcel .she found that an overcoat was missing. P.O. Tiheophilus Bo wen spoke to arresting Owen on Thursday evening. In reply to the charge he said "Thar right. Mr. Sam Thomas, (to defendant) We wish to be lenient with YDiU; you will be bound over under probation for six months in the sum of £5. THE UNRULY MEMBER. W illiam Lloyd, who made his first, appearance, was fined 3, for using in- decent language. NOT WISELY, BUT TOO WELL. John Nidholson forfeited a deposit of 10/- for being drunk and incapable; and Joso A. Rusira and Jose Canno forfeited 10/- each for beiiilc, drunk and disorderly. NEGLECTED GREEK. For failing to notify change of ad- dress, Costa Kolapate was fined £1 un- der the Aliens' Restriction Order. FOR' THE SIXTH TIME Auguste Gerste, who has been re- mandedfive times, was again remanded on a charge of being an a lien enemy in a prohibited area. SUNDAY PAPERS AGAIN. Mr. T. B. Tordoff, clerk to the Barry District Council, appeared to prosecute Robert Coles, of Bassett-street-, Barry Docks, for selling newspapers on Sun- day. The offence, Mr. Tordoff said, was under the .Sunday Trading Acts. P.C. Bright spoke to seeing Coles selling newspapers on the previous Sunday. Mr. Thomas severely cautioned the boy, who appeared to be on the verge of tears, and discharged him.
WEAK BOYS AND GIRLS
WEAK BOYS AND GIRLS. This is thetimeof the year when school children grow p-le and weak. Con- fined indoors for manv hours a day, studying at, night perhaps, deprived of much out-door exercise, their blood grows thin. Compare your child's complexion with what it was last sum- mer. Probably you have not realized how thin the blood was getting because tho change was so gradual. When a child, formerly bright and active, loses colour, finds play an effort, and prefers to sit still and read, there is every reason to suspect that the blood is getting thin, that the child is amemic. Sometimes there is head- ache and nosoblerding. These confirm the suspicion. It is a. condition that is full of danger, for thin blood is an open door to many diseases, especial' 7 during changeable weather. But it is a condition that is easily remedied if taken in time. Give the child Dr. Williams' pink pills, which can be ob- tained of any dealer. One box con- tains about two weeks' treatment and these p -ls are a j^reat blood-builder and invigorator. The- are just the sort of tonic that many children need. Buy a box of Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people from vo ir dealer, taking caro to obtain Dr. Williams'. FREE.—A Health Guide for the home sent post free to any reader: address a post-card request to Book Dept., 46 IIolborn Viaduct, Loudon.
BARRY ORIENTALS TRAGIC DEATH
BARRY ORIENTAL'S TRAGIC DEATH. Yen Coq, a Chinaman, was quarter- master on board the Blue Star Line staamor Broadinead, at Barry. On Saturday week last he was superintend- ing the loading of 200 bags of horse fodder on board, when the hook of the winch-rope caught a beam of the hatches, and he was knocked down the hold, a depth of 25ft. He wa-s con- veyed in a dazed condition to the Town Accident Hospital, where it was found that he had sustained fractures of both thighs, the right elbow, and lower jaw. He lingered in a critical condition for a week, And succumbed at the hospital on Friday. At the inquiry conducted by Mr. David Roes; the coroner, on Monday, evidence was given by John Kinlay, the chief officer; How Chi Long, boatswain Yung Low, seaman; and Dr. Lawrence Pick, assistant medi- calofficer.a-t the hospitall, a,nd a verdict of Accidental death was returned by the jury.
I I FOOTBALL
I. FOOTBALL. Barry, three goals; Merthyr Town, one goal. At Jenncr Park, Barry. Fred Sheldon, W. Price, and C. Green scored for Barry, and R. Cooper for the visitors.
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