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THE GELLIQAER MILITARYI TRIBUNAL.

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THE GELLIQAER MILITARY I TRIBUNAL. The ordinaiy meeting of the Gelli- gaer Tribunal was held at Hengned on Thursday, at which there were present: Messrs E. Richards, J.P. (chairman), B. Hughes (vice-cbair- man), Edmund Jones, J.P., Jonah Evax-B, W. J. Giles, with Mr J. C. Samuel, clerk, and Mr Rolwand Thomas, military representative. A.H.M., manager of thti Iridit and Cbita Tea Co.'s branch at Ystrad- rayufrch, was appealed for irf the first case by the manager of the company. The la,,ter saI d tFL 13 ?hnp3 in <be hbymhey Va?ry area?the com- pacy had mr.v Oo!y fottr mf?; two of whom ?On'd b??e to go to th? ar'm' with n a tetV weeks. The turnover otth-ese shops, managed by giils, was £80,u(0 per year.—Thu tirbunal de- cs inedt the application, but on the per- nor, a 1 appeal, in which Air Pryce T'non as appeared, it was chrided to grant him three months' exemption, applicant to appear before the Medical Board. G.E.R W a baker cf Y, was granted exemption for two months on domestic ground, mainly in conse- qaeneeof his wife's very delicate state of health. R. D,J a boot dealer of Pontlottyu, who was 32 years of age 10 class B3, was grat;tfd a renewal of his ex- emption. E H R a fruiterer of P., who ap- plied for the fourth renewal of his exeir pfion. Applicant wns 38 years of age and had three .shops.—Three months. C.T.M. of B., who was in partner- ship with h:s broiler in four shops -4 was granted three mouths. A.G. W.. Tirphil, manager of a shop, who was 37 years of age, class A, ap- plied on domestic grounds and was granted six weeks. H F M., a batcher of P., was ap- pealed for by his employer. The latter contended there were exceptior al circumstances on the ground that they had an opponent in the trade w ho for nearly 20 years had been in their em- ploy. If a change was made in the control of this shop it would be a serious loss to the firv-The tribunal refused-the application. W.H.H of B one of the principals in the Billiard Halls, was granted a renewal of his ecitifiiiaic; of three- months. "• r.»o?-—

THE DANGERS OF PHILLIPSTOWN.

EMIRe DAY AT BEDWELLTY.

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JUDGE ON WAISTCOATS. I

MONMOUTHSHIRE TRIBUNALI

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