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BARRY DOCK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 26th.-Before Mr O. H. Jones (chairman) and Major Thornley. The following continuation of the proceedings of the above court appeared in the third edition of the Barry Dock News last week :â ALLEGED BURGLARY AT CADOXTON. John Evans, a ship's carpenter, was brought up in custody charged, on remand, with having, on the 19th ultimo, burglariously entered the house of Mrs Maria Mooney, boarding-house-keeper, Holmes street, Cadoxton-Barry, and stolen therefrom a quantity of sailors' clothing. The evidence of Mrs Mooney was read over, also that of Sarah Chitt, Annie Burnett, and John Burnett, all of Holmes-street, and A.P.S. Gammon proved that he arrested the accused at 11.30 o'clock on the following morning in Forster-street, Cadoxton.âThe accused was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions, bail being allowed. HOW A SAILOR ENTITLED HIMSELF TO POLICE PROTECTION. Dan Gallacher, a sailor, and a stranger to the dis- trict, was brought up in custody charged with wilfully breaking one of the windows of the Central Police breaking one of the windows of the Central Police Station, Barry Dock, the same afternoon.âCharles Nicholson, coachman at the Royal Hotel, Cadoxton, said he saw defendant deliberately aim a stone at the window.-Inspector Rees said he was called out of court, and when he saw the accused he asked him what was his reason for breaking the window, and he replied for protection." He (witness) asked him what protection, and he said police protection." He valued the glass broken at about 7s.âPrisoner said he came to the district from Swansea the night previously, and he had been down to the dock, but was followed by a crowd of sailors, who said he was a "blackleg," and was looking for work at reduced wages. He afterwards came to the police station and threw a stone at the window in order to entitle him- self to police protection.âThe Bench sent the accused to prison for five days with hard labour. HEAVY PENALTY FOR ASSAULTING THE POLICE AT CADOXTON. Thomas Carr, Daniel O'Connell. and Peter Thomas, three marine firemen, lodging at Cadoxton, were charged with being drunk and violently assaulting Acting-sergeant Ben Davies at Cadoxton on Tuesday, the 24th ultimo. The particulars of the case are the same as those published in ihe last issue of the Barry Dock News with reference to the oowardly assault upon Miss Milward, one of the barmaids at the Royal Hotel, Cadoxton, and it was while arresting the men that the officer was abused. The accused were sent to prison for two months each with hard labour also one month for assaulting Charles Nicholson, coach- man at the hotel; seven days for being drunk and disorderly; and seven days for refusing to quit the hotel, the sentences to run concurrently. Allan Maclane and Thomas Rocke, also marine firemen, were charged with being drunk and disorderly and refusing to quit the Royal Hotel on the same occa. sion. The case was proved by Acting-sergeant Ben Davies, and defendants were sent to prison for 14 days' hard labour without the option of a fine. ANOTHER BARRY DOCK SHEBEENER HEAVILY FINED. John Wright, boardinghouse-keeper, 6, Guecet- street, Barry Dock, was charged with selling beer without a license on Sunday, the 15th ultimo. The case was proved by Acting-sergeant W. Gammon and P.C. W. Phillips. Defendant (who had previously been fined £10 and costs for keeping a brothel) was again fined £ 10 and costs, in default a month's hard labour.

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