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111I1 1 mUMMum BARRY COUNTY COURT
11 1' 1 mUMMum, BARRY COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY. Before his Honour Judge Hill Kelly. tiNIr. Alfred Jackson, the Registrar, heard the uncontested cases. NOVEL CLAIM AGAINST BARRY TENANT. James Walters sued William Rees for damage to the extent of X2 5s. Mr. J. A. Hughes, solicitor, for the plaintiff, said that defendant had been lodging with plaintiff for two or three months. Owing to a quarrel which took place between defendant and his wife they were given notice to quit. Whilst Rees was lodging with plain- tiff he had asked leave to paper one room. This was granted. When he left the house he hacked the paper to pieces, and smeared some brown stuff all over the room. When taxed with the offence he said he had the paper put on, and he had the right to take it off. Plaintiff's wife, Mrs. Walters, of 20, Wen voe-ter race, Barry, said she let two rooms to defendant two or three months ago. He paid 5/- a week. He asked leave to paper the bedroom, which was dis- tempered blue and white. He was given notice to leave because he was continually quarrelling with his wife. The day he left he disfigured the room by chipping the paper off. and smearing some brown stuff over it. The wood- work was also disfigured. A painter and decorator charged 11 5s. for paint- ing, papering, and cleaning the room. There was also a charge of 7/6 for three nights when his relatives stayed there. Defendant would not pay the money. She had an opportunity of letting the rooms for 30/ -a week, but owing to the state of the room she was unable to do so. Altogether she had lost £ 3. Defendant denied disfiguring the room. The Judge: Does your wife know anything about it? Defendant: I asked her about it, and she said I was not to press her. Mr. J. A. Hughes: Did you say, when Mr. Walters asked you about the room, that you put the paper on your- self, and that you could do what you liked with it? Judge Hill Kelly: I must accept the evidence of the plaintiff. Judgment is given for £ 2 5s. CASE ADJOURNED SINE DIE. The case in which Henry Burnett sued the owners of the s/s Grainton for compensation in respect of injuries, was adjourned sine die owing to some of the principal witnesses being at sea. Mr. St. John Francis Williams, B.A.L., was for the owners of the ves- sel, and Mr. F. P. Jones Lloyd, solici- tor, Barry, represented Burnett.
TEA FOR THE TROOPS AT BARRY
TEA FOR THE TROOPS AT BARRY. Adjutant John Hodge, of the Salva- tion Army, has made arrangements to provide Tea for the Troops on Sunday afternoon at 4.15 p.m. It does not mat- ter what, donommatkm the soldier be- longs to he is welcome. The Adjutant has a wide experience in dealing with the isoldier, and will at any time be only too wilding to come to his help. Friends who are interested in the step taken, will be .able to receive full information f,rom the officer, and any who feel dis- posed to assist by sending a. donation, it will thankfully be received. Ad- jutant Hodge's address is 27, Beryl- road, Barry Docks.
RUSSIAN FLAG DAY AT BARRY
RUSSIAN FLAG DAY AT BARRY. Councillor C. B. Griffiths, J.P., chair- man of the Barry Urban District Coun- cil, desires to acknowledge, with cordial thanks to alll concerned, the following receipts and expenditure in connection with the Russian Fl'ag Day at Barry:- Receipts-By sale of Flags, Airs, Irving, £ 1
=- RHEUMATISM—KIDNEY TROUBLE. Rheumatism is due to uric acid crystals in the joints and muscles, the result of exces- sive uric acid in the system that the kidneys failed to remove as nature intended, and this acid is also the cause of backache, lumbago, sciatica, gout, urinary trouble, stone, gravel, dropsy. ESTORA TABLETS, a specific based on modern medical science, are the successful treatment, and have cured numberless ob- stinate cases after the failure of all other tried remedies, which accounts for them superseding out-of-date medicines sold at a price beyond all but the wealthy. Estora Tablets fully warrant their description-an honest remedy at an honest price, 1/3 per box of 40 tablets, or six for 6/9. All chem- ists, or postage free from Estora Co., 132, Charing Cross-road, London, W .C. Barr3 Agents, W. T, Hicks & Co., 48. F pi ton-road.
11 ITHE ALPINE CURE AT HOME
11. I THE ALPINE CURE AT HOME. The Peps Breathable Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat and Bronchitis. I It is here iagaii-i-the sea-son of chilly ni. ghts and mornings, and sudden weather changes. Coughs and colds are the order of the day, and bronchial' sufferers dread the coming of winter un- less they are prepared with a box of Peps. These unique tablets are hap- pily described as bringing all the chest- strengthening virtues of a Pine Forest into every home. The origin of Peps is interesting. W hen it was proved that the pine forest air of Switzerland was so beneficial for throat and chest troubles, scientists en- deavoured to find a way of extracting the medicinal eletmenits from the pine trees and embodying them in a con- venient tabloid form. It wa.s compara- tively easy to compress the medicine into a tablet which could be g,radually swallowed into the stomach as it dis- solved in. the mouth. But that was not sufficient, because the medicine would not reach the bronchial tubes and lungs, which iare the Iparts affected by coughs, colds, bronchitis, etc. It's the pine air they breathe in that benefits and cures weak-ichested visitors to Switzerland, and keeps the natives so free from coughs and colds. The problem which the inventors of Peps solved wa,s how to give the Britis,h people in their own homes this valuable throat and chest medicine in a naturarl, breatheable form. You place a Peps tablet in the mouth, after removing the silver wrapper, and as it dissolves the medicine becomes air- 1 like or volatile, and mingles with your A breath. The result ds a revelation. Breathing becomes easy, and a nice, J warm glow creeps down the breafhing m tubes right into the lungs, which then M work without any sign of soreness or m obstruction. J It's astonishing what one or two Peps tablets will do—how soon they stop that nasty morning cough, how quickly they soothe that throat irritation, and how easily they cut and eject that thick, suffocating phlegm which is the terror of bronchitis sufferers. Peps get there direct. They are the breathable medicine which goes right down to the very root of coughs, colds, sore throat, and bronchitis. Apart from their soothing and medicinal qualities., Peps are also germicidal, an-d an invaluable protection against those infectious germs that are the cause of throat and chest epidemics. If every member of the family takes Peps, coughs and colds will not s:pre8.d through the house. It's a good habit to always keep PepS I in the house, and to eaIiry a few in the pocket, when out or at work.
IEASTBROOK BOY HANGS HIMISELF AT WENVOE
I EASTBROOK BOY HANGS HIM- SELF AT WENVOE. A sensational hanging tragedy oc- curred at Wenvoe on Friday last, the victim being a fifteen-year-old lad, named John Brown, whose mother keeps a shop at East-brook. The lad was employed at New Wallace Fanm. ) Shortly after noon on Friday he was missed, and on a search being made he was found hanging from a beam in an outhouse. The body was at once cut down, but, although artificial re- spiration was resorted to for a con- siderable time, all efforts were unavail- ing. At the inquest, held at Wenvoe on Saturday evening, before Mr. David Rees, the coroner, evidence was given by the step-father, John Brown, of Eastbrook, that the boy was usually of a cheerful disposition, and that when he saw him a week previously he was in his usual health. John Thomas, farmer, New Wallace, said he found deceased when going to call him to dinner. ,He was hanging by a halter from a beam in the cattle shed, and was lifeless. The Coroner said it was difficult to account for such an extraordinary thing in the case of a boy of that age. ,The jury returned a verdict of Suicide during temporary insanity."
IBETHEL ANNIVERSARY ANDV HARVEST SERVICEC I
BETHEL ANNIVERSARY AND 'ØV HARVEST SERVICEC. The anniversary services of Bethel Presbyteriian Church, Court-road, Ca?' ?oxt,on-B,arrv. were held on Sunday las?? the special preachers being the Rev. E. P. Jones, B.A., Cardiff, and the Rev. J. D. Jones, M.A., Pontypridd. The haJ'" vest thankisgiving service was held on Wednesday evening, the Rev. J. GrIf, fifth Jones, M.A.. pastor. officiating There were good congregations, Ja? sermons of a powerful and impressi^0 character. ———-—-———
FLAG DAY FOR BARRY PRISONERS OF WAR FUND
FLAG DAY FOR BARRY PRISONERS OF WAR FUND. A Flag Day in aid of the BarfY Prisoners' of War Fund was held 00 Saturday hi sr. A large staff of youi1^ liadies all day busily sold the dixlt1 little flag, which found ready favoni' « and many /thousands wore disposed 0 H the deserving fund being largelv pePfY fitted thereby.