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Denbigh County Appeal I Tribunal. Held at Denbigh on Wednesday, Mr D S Davies piesiding, when no appeals were dealt with, including the following:â Robert Owen, Bronywaen, Nantglyn, who described himself as a smallholder and builder, was refused exemption, but not to be called up till May 1st. Thomas Foulkes, Pentre Bach, Groes, sp- pealed for Thomas John Foulkes, teamsman and assistant carpenter. Exemption granted until May 31st, and no further appeal without leave. Thomas Rowland Owens, Allt Ddu, Llan- sannan, was appealed for, his father, Owen Owens, who in examination admitted to the Military representative that he had live sons of military age, but not one of them had joine^ the army, being on farms of their own, except the one appealed for. Exemption refused, but not to be called up before May 1st. Exemption was granted, provided he remained in the same occupation, to William Williams, Tanygraig, Cefn Meiriadog, who was joint occu- pier with his brother of 138 acres, 40 of which was under plough, and he was in Class C2. Temporary exemption was granted to Robert Davies, llossa Baoh, whose employer, John Parry, appealed for him. He was a Class A man, the exemption being till a suitable substi- tute was found. Temporary exemption till a suitable substitute 1 was found was granted to John William Owens, cowman to Mr J W Bonner, Caerfallen, Ruthin, who appealed for him. Exemption till July :31st was granted to John David Williams, son of Henry Williams, of Bron Eyartb, Ruthin, who said he was unwilling to leceivea substitute owing to lack of accommoda- tion. Conditional exemption was granted, provided he registers at once for work of National im- portance, to Thomas Francis Roberts, hotel manager, Queen's Hotel, Cerrigydruidion. Mrs Jones said her two sons had joined the army on the understanding that this man would remain to look after the hotel, the parcel department, and the land. The Military representative appealed against the exemption of six months granted by Ruthin Tribunal to Glyn Edwards, son of Mrs Edwards, Postoffice, Llanelidan, to whose business, in- I cluding the bread baking, he was indispensable. Exemption was granted until Augnst 31st. Exemption was refused to Richard Hughes, TyddyD, Llanfwrog, but he was not to be called up before May lot. D Glyn Jones, Maelor, Trefnant, a grocer's apprentice, had been granted threa months exemption, and the Military representative ap- pealed against this. His father stated that he had about 10 acres of land on which the son, owing to the state of his health, was employed as much as possible âLieut Cyril Jones said that the army would enable the son to have outdoor employment.âTemporary exemption granted until 15th May, with the recommendation that he be medically examined. Samuel Jones, Dryntirion, Henllan, appealed for the further exception of his son, Robert Samuel Jones, teamsman. It was stated that I the appellant had two sons employed on the farm. âThe Military representative contending that one should join the army.âTemporary exemp- tion granted until 31st May. Owen Davies, Glanygors, Llanfair.- Exemp- tion refused, but not to be called up until May 1st. Evan Hughes, Chapel House, Bbiw Yale, Llanarmon. Refused further exemption. Owen Davies, Glanygors, Llanfair. Condi- tional exemption granted, provided he works two days a week with farmers in the neigh- bourhood. William Williams, Penygraig, Llanfair, timber hauler. Exemption refused, but not to be called up until May 15th. Conditional exemption bad been granted to Richard Francis, Chapel House, described as a Wesleyan Lay Agent, H:) years of age, married, with four children. On an undertaking by ap- pellant that he would assist farmers on the land, Licut Cyril Jones withdrew opposition. Mr Francis was stated to be more or less in charge of the local churches. Conditional exemption was granted, provided Francis registers im- mediately for work of National importance. The Military representative appealed against the conditional exemption granted to Arthur H Rowlands, headmaster of the Council School, Ruthin. Mr Rowlands is 10 years of age, and attested. He is in Class A, and the Local Tribunal exempted him for one reason, because all the men teachers from his school had joined the army, and it being a mixed school it would be impossible to maintain discipline with a staff of women only.âConditional exemption was granted, provided he remains in the same occupation. Exemption was refused to Samuel Roberta, boot repairer, with Messrs Dicks, Ruthin. David Jones, teamsman, Maesllan, Ruthin, was granted temporary exemption until a suit- able bubstitute is found. William Roberts, market gardener, 61, Borthyn Ruthin, was given temporary exemption until May 15th. The case of John S Williams, Bridge-street, Denbigh, re-hearing, assistant to Mr It b Adams, county surveyor was heard. Lieut Cyril Jones sail he had no objection to this provided Williams legistered for work of National importance. If the Director of Recruit- ing regarded him as doing work cf that kind, he could be left. Mr Adams said he thought Williams was doing work of the greatest importance. Heavy work was being carried out on the County roads and bridges, and Williams drew the plans for such work. In tar-spraying only, the estimate this year exceeded that of twelve months ago by A:1,328, was recommended by the road Board. Mr Williams also did a great deal of clerical work. Conditional exemption was granted, provided Williams register's immediately for work of National importance


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