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ilAIWY POLICE COURT. 1 I FRIDAY. I BEFORE Mir. J. C. Meggitt, Mr. W. Jonos Thomus, and Mr. C. B. Griffiths. I COUNCIL C'HAIRILEAN SWORN. I Air. C. B. Chriffiths, eliaimian of Barry Unbaai Dista-ici Council, was sworn AIS a justice of the peace duriing hiis yoar OF office. I ELDERLY SEAMAN SENT TO I PRISON. I William Jalmsoii, an CJ-clerly .son-- man, was charged with failing to join the steamship Bo.tiherglon. a vessel CHAJNTEA-ED by the Admiralty. P.O. White arrested the defendant, and in reply to the dharge lie said, "That's right; it WAS my fault." a,rticl(, on the 2Gth instant, and was Otrde red ahnall-d a t five p.m., but the vessel was obliged to sail without a substitute. JOHNSON ^"AIS sent to prisoner for a month's -liard labour. I SLAUGIITERINCT A COW IN CALF. 1 Thornms, of New House Farm, Cwmciddy, wiais charged with allowing a. cow, visibly and obviously in calf, to be .slaughtered, and witih cia-iising, the -sa.me to bo slaughtered. iNI r* Alfred Jackson, solicitor, Ba-rry, wias for the prosecution. Man nice Totterdell, a fa rm haind in dofendant'is employ, proved taking a red cow belonging to defendant to the slaughter house on April 4TH. Defen- dant had soild the cow to Alfred Doughty, butcher, Barry.. Edward J. Curtis, caretaker of the Barry Slaughter House, said when slaughtered the cow was found to be in OALI. M-r. Reg. W. Ha-11, voteriiiary sitr- gecxn, said the ca'lf NNre. s nearl v NI^taired. This rats conrcxboriated by Mr. Baa- sot: \'OTERILNARY surgeon, Cowibridge. P.S. Herbert EVWIS said defendant was very surprised to know that the cow was in caM. The defendant swiore he did not know the coiw was in calf. If he had known that the cow was IN calf he would have given £ 6 to have her back. Police-sergeant Protheroe said he rnlado enquiries at the slaughter-house with regard to the cow. There was no attempt on the pairt of the butcher (Mr. Doughty) to conceal ANY of the circum- stnnccfs. He WAS not aiware that the cow WAS in caM. The Bench were of opinion that neither defMdtant (Thoffmas or Doughty) had ta-ken care to see whethor the cow was barren or not. They would be fined £ 3 each, including costs. I A CENTURY OLD WEIGHT. I John Lock, a Barry dealer, was charged with using an unjust weight. INSFPOOTOR Con way Morg:m said he found tho weight on the counter in de- fendant's shop. It must have been .at leaist 100 years old. I Fined 10/ I BARRY DOCK LABOURER IMPRI- SONED FOR THEFT. James Yarr, a Barry Dock labourer, was charged with stealing £5 from Henry Barnett, 21, Kings:LAND-crescent, Barry Docks. Mr. Alfred Jackson, solicitor, de- fended. Barnett said he met defemdant in Holton-road on Bank Holiday. Defen- diant asked witness if he could get a dsrink anywhere, and witneiss re,plied if he cotiild get one he (witness) would pay for it. -Witness' gave defendant 4/- to get sotme whisky, and four of them went to a place in Thoanpsotinstreet to drink tlie whisky. Wiitnosis had £5 10s. in liis pocket, and defendant was standing close by. Witness collapsed, and when he oamo to his money was gone. Albert Leyland, Barry-road, Cadox- ton, said he wa4s standing by Lloyd's Bank on Bank Holiday, and he fIDlW the men go into the urinal. When Bar- nett cauie out he fell down. He saw prisoner put his hand in Harnett's pocket and take out a, black wallet. He took something out wftiioh looked like paper, and put the wallet back, James Adianus, a seaman, said that YIIWR told him that he had been through Barnett," but AS he was drunk he did not attach any import- I ance to what he said. John Muirrell, another seaman, was called. Mr. Jackson: The last witneiss said I-.liat Yarr was incapathle. Is that so? J Witness: Well, he was a bit t elevatoa. Are you A f-eetott.-allor?-No I wish I was. P.O. Bright sipoke to arresting defen- dant on the 27th April on the steam- ship • Forestmore. Mr. Meggitt congratulated Leyland on his evidence, and said he had stood his ground well. The prosecutors evi- dence was simply disgraceful. The accuisod was found guilty, fIilld sent to prison ifor one month. SIX MONTHS FOR GERMAN I ALIEN. G- -,v,,ba has been in ells-I tody sino March 17th, was again I charged with being in possession of fal? p?'pens. and fumjshing faJso par- ticulatts to the registration officer, iiitll a vi-ow to landing in a prohibited araftr and being an ailien. enemy. Gersto pleaded guilty, admitted he WAS a German, and said he had HAD the papers since the beginning of tihe war, and that ho did not think the offmco wa's very serious. lie was now sentenced to six mouths hard laibour. • CARELESS ALIENS. For breach of the Aliens' Order, Marti.M us Thompson Antonio? Fei? linck?Go.s't?f AJJredson, Ras Mi SEN, Iiiic,],c ll ic"rTow, John Patterson, Robert Muir, Carl Ostergren, Bror GabO, Auguisifc Engleman, GERJRGE McNaugWr AMBROID Mandv, and diaries J. Pat- terson, were finetl Francesco Contanyo, master mariner, £ 4; AN
1 mCHAELSTON-LE-PIT VESTRY- Tho LANNUCVL Oiiurch Vestry was he at Michaelston-le-Pit ofi WEDNESDAY^ last week, at St..M:iohael's ,c.u..rch.' Rev. A. J. Iloimo Russell (rector) pry sided. Mr. D. R. Morgan, PEOPLE5 w.ardcn, prosented the accounts. rfhg receipts for ,the year amounted to £5 14s. lid., and the expenditure X57 9d., leaving a, (balance in hand of :£ Is. 2d. Over £ 20 had been sent various (Chare h and dharitable insti- tutions. Gifts had been received of now organ, lamps, hassocks, HEATING apparatus, candlesticks for the PULPIT and lace for DIE aditair, and also nearly £ 50 raised in subscriptions from C,0,1- lections in Church, sales of work, otc., towards the Church R^toration FUND' the balance sheet of which showed X6 Is. 7d. in hand. Mr. D. R. WAS appointed rector's wardoi for tile fifth time, a