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NEW TREDEGAR POLICE COURT
NEW TREDEGAR POLICE COURT. FRIDA Y Before Messrs B. Jones, J. Edwards, C.C., W. S. Nash, C.C., and R. J. Jones. DEFIANT MIDWIFE.-Margaret Jones, widow, New Tredegar, was summoned for acting as a midwife without having a certificate. Mr. H. S. Gustard, clerk to the Monmouthshire County Council, prosecuted.—Defendant said she had a certificate.—The Clerk Yes, but it has been cancelled, has it not ?-Defendant I don't know.Nir. Gustard stated that defendant's name had been removed from the roll on July 21st, 1909, in con- sequence of misconduct in her practice as a midwife, and she had been warned by the Central Midwives' Board that if she attempted to make any further use of the certificate she would be liable to a penalty of £ 5.—Dr. Rocyn Jones, J.P., county medical officer,related the incident which led to the defendant's certificate being cancelled. He said they were very loth to take proceedings, but were com- pelled to in the interest of women and children. The defendant defied the authorities and continued to act as a midwife, but, in his opinion, she was not competent to carry on the work.—Two women gave evidence that Mrs. Jones had attended them and received payment- Mrs. Jones said she had been a midwife for 30 years, and denied that there had been any request made to her to return the certificate.—The Chairman said the correspondence produced showed she had been asked to return the certificate.- Defendant was fined £ 2 and £ 3 3s. costs. ADVISED TO ABSTAIN.Gwen Davies (23), Aberbargoed, was summoned for being drunk in charge of a child under seven.P.C. Frazer stated that the defendant was too drunk to walk, and was trying to carry the child who had to be taken by another woman.—She was fined ios., and advised to give up the drink. MINISTER'S RAILWAY TICKET.—Isaac C. Evans, Baptist minister of Deri, was charged with travelling on the Brecon and Merthyr Railway without having paid his fare or July 23rd and 29th. 1ft. Lyndon Cooper prosecuted, and Mr. T. Roberts defended. Mr. Cooper explained that after the offence had been discovered the defendant expressed his regret and offered to pay the fare. Later he wrote to the general manager and pleaded that he was subject to fainting fits, and could not remember anything about the ticket. The defendant also wrote statÎDI that a ticket had since been found in his pocket which was dated July 29th. This had been inspected by the officials and it was found that it had been issued for a later train than that by which the defendant had travelled.—Defendant on oath said he got into the train at Abertysswg and could not find his ticket at Aberbargoed. Witness offered the penny fare from Cwm- syfiog at Aberbargoed as he had taken a ticket between Abertysswg. and Cwmsy- fiog, but the station-master disputed his word. He said he would be prepared to pay the fare from the terminus, but would make a claim for its return. He suffered from severe headaches which at times affected his memory.—Several witnesses were called who gave evidence on defend- ant's behalf, and after a retirement the Chairman announced that defendant would be fined 20S. in each case and £ 3 3s. costs.
ABERBARGOED AND DISTRICTI FANCIERS SOCIETY
ABERBARGOED AND DISTRICT I FANCIERS' SOCIETY. A strong society is now being formed at the Qua-rry Arms, Aberbargoed, for fanciers of birds, and the fur tribe. Mr. W. Davies, newsagent, Aberbargoed, is the capable chairman and trea- surer, and Mr. W. J. Ellis, Pink House, the energetic secretary. The members meet on the first Thursday in each month, and there is now every indication of the society becoming a power- ful one, comprising as it does members from Bargoed, Aberbargoed, and the adjoining dis- tricts. Fanciers of animals of any description can learn far more at one meeting of the society than in weeks of study. An interchange of thought is always most beneficial. Atable show will be held in October or Novem- ber, at which a number of prizes will be given to winners, who, however, must be members of the tociefcy. 4-.
IGELLIGAERS NEW BUDGET
GELLIGAER'S NEW BUDGET. SLIGHT REDUCTION IN RATE. A special meeting of the Gelligaer Urban District Council was held at Hengoed on Tuesday, for the purpose of considering the estimates for the current half year. There were presentRev. Canon Jones, J.P. (chairman), Messrs. Gus Jones (vice-chairman), B. Hughes, J. Jones (Bargoed), J. Edwards, W. J. Giles, Jonah Evans, H. Brown, M. Jones, W. A. Morgan, Sydney Jones, A. S. Williams Mr. T. Rees Gabe (surveyor). Mr. Samuel (deputy clerk). The discussion on the estimates was a long one, and every item was carefully investigated. Among the items passed were Maintenance and Improvement of Roads, reduced from £ 1,800 to £ 1,000 Hengoed Road Widening, £ 80 Commer- cial Street, Ystrad Mynach, £ ibo Streets, Pontlottyn, £ 120 Bailey Street, Deri, £ 200 Colley Road, Bedlinog, £ 40 Old Mill Improvement, Bargoed, £50; High Street, Bargoed, Obstruction, £ 230 Hanbury Road, Bargoed, £70; Trosnant Road, £ 12 Garth Terrace, Bedlinog, £ 20 Street Scavenging, ioo Sewerage Works, fioo Sewage Disposal, £ 325 Scavenging House Refuse, £ 1,520 Hos- pital, £ 500 Gas Lighting, £ 650 Other Lighting, £ 145 Fire Brigade, £ 187 Repayment of Loans and Interest, £ 2,550; Salaries, £ 1,280 Workmen's Wages, £ 2,500. The total of the estimated expenditure for the half year was under- stood to be £ 13,508, which was, by esti- mated receipts and Bank balance reduced to meet £ 12,438. To meet this expendi- ture it was moved by Mr. J. Jones, and decided to make a General District Rate of 1 fio in the f, which is a penny less than for the previous half year.To meet a Precept by the Rhymney Valley Sewerage Board of £ 1,580, a rate of 3d. in the £ was made. BARGOED STREET IMPROVEMENTS.— Some of the items in the estimates led to considerable discussion. It was de- bated whether !he expenditure of £ 230 for improvements in High-street, Bargoed, should not beldeferred, but the Chairman reminded the Council of the long negotia- tions which had been necessary to get the right to carry out the proposed improve- ments and the removal of an inconvenient and dangerous impediment to the thor- oughfare and concerning which a draft agreement to purchase from Mr. Morris had been prepared.—So this expenditure was approved. FIRE BRIGADE EXPENSES -The esti- mate for the Fire Brigade was increased from £ 137 to £ 187, as it was found that the former sum made no provision for a firej escape, which Mr. M. Jones con- tended was most necessary, as in some parts if a fire occurred numbers might be caught like rats in a trap.—The question then arose whether the Fire Station could acco.mmodate a fire escape without certain structural alterations, and in respect to this Mr. Gus Jones thought that temporary accommodation could be found for it in the Hanbury Yard, and the matter was referred to the Surveyor for report. INFORMATION TO BE CURTAILED.—The question of printing also came up, and the Chairman drew attention to the printed minutes and pointed out several reports in which there was excessive verbiage, furthermore suggesting the exclusion of the printing of the reports of the lighting and sanitary inspectors. —Mr. Ben. Hughes concurred.—Mr. M. Jones said that in the matter of prosecutions by sanitary inspectors, the Court asked to see the Minute under which the proceedings were authorised.— The Chairman pointed out that so far as the actual resolutions of the Council were concerned, they could all be printed. —Mr. John Jones (Bargoed) also ex- pressed concurrence with these sugges- tions, and drew attention to the matter of postage, urging that as far' as possible all documents for the members be in- cluded in one envelope, so that any minutes and agenda should come together. —After considerable discussion, the whole subject, it was understood, was referred to a committee for report. PAYMENT OF WAGES.—Another ques- tion arose as to the payment of workmen by cheque on Saturdays. Mr. M. Jones said that if the men had their cheques on Fridays they would not have to leave their work to go and cash them before the Bank closed on Saturdays, so leaving their work before time.—It was resolved to pay the men on Fridays.—In reply to the Chairman, the Surveyor stated that the war bonus allowed to workmen amounted to £ 546 a year.—Chairman You hear that, gentlemen.
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SHEEP STEALING ATI ABERTYSSWG
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