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IBARRY POLICE COURT
I BARRY POLICE COURT. I FRIDAY. I Before Mr. W. Graham and Mr. W. R. Lee. WITH STRAW IN HIS MOUTH. Alfred Smith, a young man, who, with an a.ir of indifference, appeared in court with a straw dill his mouth, was charged with being found on enclosed premises at the military camp. Police-constable S. White received the accused m custody from the mili- tary authorities. When charged, prisoner replied he Nwt-, on the Barry Pier Station. Captain Thomas Groom, an omcer at the Pier Head .Station said he saw Smith go dnto a hut. He asked him his business, and caused him to be arrested. Witness asked for a remand in order to make enquiries. Defendant said he wished to join the I Army. The case was remanded for a week. NON-ATTENDANCE. I On the application of. Mr. D. Rees, chief attendance omcer, attendance or- ders were made against Rees Matthews, Margaret Collins, and George Thomp- son. o Robert Overton was fined 7/G for dis- obedience of order; and Williams Rose John James Stacey and Alexander Pedersen, on like charge, were nned 2/6 each. For breach of the school bve-laws, Annie Hopkins was ordered to pay 2/6. CONTINUAL NEGLECT OF DUTY. Yuref Ahmed, Nasan Ahmed and Mohamed Abdul, three Somali Arabs, were charged by Captain F. C. Mullan, master of the Admiralty steamer Ram- soy. with continual neglect of duty. Mr. Arthur Vachell. solicitor, Car- di&, appeared for the 'prosecutlOn,d Mr. T. P. Prich&rd, solicitor, B&i7ry, appeared for defendants. j\! r. Vachell stated that the offence occurred between the 25th and 30th of October, when the vessel was bound from Algiers to Bombay. Owing to defendants failing to keep up the pres- sure of steam the vessel lost ten days on the trip. Captain Mullaji stated that the third engineer had to go .into the "stoke-hole" and work. If they experienced rough weather there would have been consider- able danger, through lack of steam. instead of using 28 tons of coal a day they were only using 23l tons. He had trouble daily with the men after they left Bombay. The proper head of steam was 165 Ibs., but the average head on this voyage was 140 Ibs., and sometimes foil to 90. Defendants' contention was that the coal was bad. Arthur Johnson, the second engineer, sa
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