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BARRY POLICE COURT
BARRY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before ITr. 0. H. Jones and Dr. Howell Rees. TORPEDOED LAST TRTP. Thomas Sadler, a young seaman, was charged with failing to join the steamship Eddystone, a vassal char- tered by Ithe Admiralty. Police-,soi'gftuit Skelly said defen- dant gave himself up IUlt the Central Polico Station on the previous Monday. Inspector W. J. Dimond said the Ad- miralty did not wilsli to proas the ehlarge. as the boy had a good charac- ter. Mr. 0. H. Jones: Why did you detsert the rli ip ?-I was a bit afraid. Afraid of what?—My ship was tor- pedoed llast trip. Dismissed with ia oauition. FRENCH-CANADIAN'S MISS. Joseph Gangon, a French-Canadian, was charged with similar offence. Pol ice- constable Bright arrested de- fendant at Cadoxton. Defendant isaid he did not intend to miss the ship. Fined 10/ or seven davs. A KILTED OFFENDER, Donald Friaser, who ruppeared in kilts, was charged with using indecent language in Ho Item-road on May 31st. T\>1 ice-sergeant Protheroe spoke to arresting defendant. Defendant gave evidence on his own beihaHf, ,iii,d tsaid he- had not used bad language. "The police," he said, "hiave had it in ifor nne for a long tame. I cannot move .for them. I have had 400 recruits for the Armv, but I am medically unfit myself. I fffi always helping soldiers. Manv's the tooth I have pulled out for a soldier—painleiss mind—and for nothing. I have had letters from the late Lord Ninian St.riin.rt, and Colonel Lindsay. Dismissed with a caution. UNLICENSED DOG. For keeping an unlicensed dog. Thomns Davies was fined 7/6. A LOITERER. "William Hill man was fined 2/6 for loitering on dock premises. THEY'LL FIND IT. For being drunk and incapable. Ediward Tanberg and Arthur O'Keefe were fined 10/ John OarroM was fined 5/ THEFT OF JEWELLERY AT PENARTH. John Emns, an elderlv man. was charged with stealing a gold rang and glod-plated wet tci. the property of F.ren Leedroft, ship's engineer. Prosecutor said he caught defendant comifng out of hi-s room. The waitch and ring he took out of his pocket. Poilice-constable E. Humphreys ar- rested defendant. Sent to prison for isix weeks' hard labour. SPANIARD'S ASSAULT ON ENGINEER. Joseph Famiais. a Spanish fireman, was charged with assaulting Alfred Bowes, second engineer, on the high seas on May 21st. Prosecutor said defendant pushed hiiin over a heap of ashes, striking him in the face with his fists. Fined E2, or 14 days' imprisonment, STOLE £25. John Oareien, a Chilian, was pro- seieutor in a oalse in which Joseph Bail 1 adores, a fellow-countryman, was charged WiiÍll steading Y,25 1s. Carmen said lie met defendant in an hotel, when he put his hand in his pocket, afnd took his wallett containing Is. Remanded till Monday. THEFT OF ROPE. David Thomas an elderly man, was charged with steading two ewt. of rope, the property of the Ba.rry Railway Company. Dock-con stable C. Roderick said the same morning he saw defendant carry- ing coils of rope from the marine store to the quay wall. He risked him for his pal93 and defendant said he had not one. Defendant. said he did not know he was doing wrong by taking the rope. Fined X-1, or 14 days' imprisonment. BELIES HIS NAME. Gabriel Campella, Ia. seaman, was i seaman, was charged with flailing to join the Ad- miralty steamship Cairnene. P.C. Fred Bright arrested defendant, who was remanded till Monday. MONDAY. Before Dr. Howell Roes and Ltr. A. W. Matthews. SERIOUS OFFENCE OF BARRY CAPTAIN. Ellis Arthur Organ, master of (the stoamship Ellerlee. of Cardiff, was charged with rendering a false state- ment of an absent sailor to the Mercan- tilo Marine. Mr. Ivor Vac noil prosecu/ted for the Board of Trade, and Mr. Gilbert )(\Ttl-;O n defended. .Mr. Vac hell aaid that on the 30th of May, at Barry, be delivered a false I and wages of 9 ccoun.t f' ffcets a.nd wages of 3 seaman, Dha-des Robinson, who do- serted at Marseilles. The man's wageS were sho wn to be 16 guineas. At Maf' seiLles the nllhll bought clothes to the value of £ G • 10s. The receipt handed to the captain, who in the 1^ of deductions put £ 8 10s. At NO" York. where the man joined as substi- tute, he was given an advance note of 10/ Defendant altered the figure ￼ ?4 10s. The Board of Trade w.Ish? to press the charge. Mr. Robertson pleaded guiltv, and defendant was fined £ 10. LUCKY DEFENDANT. I Gabriel CampeJIa was charged wit? ￼ failing to join the steamship Ca-ndiv?' ￼ but as no one appeared to prosecute, he was dismissed. DID NOT CALL "STOP THIEF." I Joseph Balladereis. a Chilian, vvO ) oil remand, charged by a compatriot John Camnen, with stealing £ 26 16. j Mr. J. A. Hughes, solicitor, Barry" appea.red for the defence, and the evi" dence given at the previous hearing was to the effect (that defends ft* snatclied the wadlot. containing the money from the prosecutor whilst they were drinking in a local pu blie-house, and afterwiards "knocked him over" 011 the floor. Cornelius Deriche, a seaman. gave corroborative evidence. "When Car" men was knocked down. Balla-dereS ran away. 'Carmen tried to run aftcr him. but two men held him back. Mr. Hughes: Why did vou not ca.^ "Stop thieî ?"I wanted to help car, men, who was lwiiig hold down. A Mexican fireman sa.w the klecused aftenvards, and the latter said, "I give him the money back not to get into trouble.. Mabel Seymour. 11. 'Hirv/ft in-street said she found a wallet containing paissports belonging to Carmen in • street, Police-constable F. Bright said wheo charged defendant said, "I don't know: I was drnnk." Defendant pleaded not guilty. r&r serving his-defence. Committed for .tri;vl at the Quartet Sessions. The defendant in the previous was ailso charged with breach of the ] Aliens' Act, and was cautioned. 1 Patrick O'Day. a cripple, of Ciado*' ton. was charged with assaulting jMartha Coles, and WPIS bound over 10 £ 5 for six months. BAG-PIPE MUSICIAN. Donald Eraser, who appeared at ¡the previous sititing of the Court, was n\\T charged wthbeing drunk and di- j orderly. Case mdjoumned for one of defen- dant's witnesses to appear. '4 OTHER CASES. r Jolm Carfmen, for being drunic and disorderly, was cautioned. Wrm. A. Rees was cautioned fof allowing his horse to stray. Frank Anderson, was chillrged witb I landing without permission. Fined 10/ or seven days. THEFT OF ROOF SLATES. Walter Dibble- was charged witfr | stealing 75 roof .slates. Police-eonstahle T. Bo wen said on 3,lay 25th he ísa". two men wheeling 9 hand truck. He tasked them what they had. and Griffiths, who had already been dealt with. said. "Firewood." Tie arrested both, but on the way to th^ Poilice Station, Dibble ran away. ge was again arrested on June 9th. Dibble was bound over in for 151$ months. EXTRAORDINARY RTORY. Abdul Gaber charged Charles P-orth- rcy and Frank Summers with theft of 17/7. Gaber said he arrived at COlgan Rail" way Sita,tion on Saturday night fiol" Cardiff. A-,t. the gates Porthrey NN"Olo collecting tickets, and as Abdul had JIO ticket lie was detained, and told he wa5 I drunk. At the office he was asked for his book. but said he had not got otle- Porthrey, he added, put his hand 111 his pocket, land took out his handker chief which contained' 17/7 Briti^1 money, and ailso soane French money Porthrey gave the handkerchief to Sum- mers. When the handkerchief was rC" turned li) hini. lie was told the money was inside, but on examining it he only found the French money. When hO asked for the English money, he Wi "pitched out of the office on to a trolley- Adjourned till "Wed nesday at Unl1' arth. SHOTTING- NEWS PAPERS. Edward Johns;>n was charged in tl1Ð Juvenile Court with shouting IICAV^ papers in Dock View-rood on FlindfY last. nisiiii--ed wiih a caution.
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