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BARRY DOCK POLICE COTIRT.

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BARRY DOCK POLICE COTIRT. YESTERDAY.—Before Mr. John Cory and Mr. Howells. NUISANCES.—Richard Davies, of Cardiff, was charged at the instance of the Local Board, for whom Inspector Leyshon appeared, with not complying with a notice requesting him to abate a nuisance on his property at 33, Davies-street.— Order made. A similar charge was brought against the defen- dant with respected to a house belonging to him in Gueret-street, Barry Dock, and an order was for the abatement of the nuisance in four been days. AFFILIATION.—-William John, farmer's servant, late of St. Athan's, now of Barry, was summoned by Annie Ellis, of Fonmon, to show cause'why he should not contribute towards the support of her child, of which she alleged he was the father.— Mr. Belcher defended.—Case dismissed. NUISANCES.—Thomas Williams, of Harvey- street, was charged with allowing a nuisance to exist on his premises.—Mr. Summerfield, assistant- inspector of nuisances, said he visited defendant's house, 38, Harvey-atreet, on the 14th, and found a broken grate, which caused a quantity of filth to accumulate and create an offensive smell. He served a notice to abate on the 20th February, and the order bad been complied with since the sum- mons was taken out. Ordered to pay the costs.- Mr. J. D. Jenkins, of Station-street, Barry Dock, was summoned for allowing a nuisance to exist on his premises.—Assistant-inspector Summerfield said that on the 23rd he visited defendant's pre- mises at 5, Station-road. He found the surface drain choked, which caused an accumulation of filth and an effensive smell. The drain had been opened since an order was made.

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