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BOARD OF TRADE PROSECU- TIONS AT BARRY. BOARDING-HOUSE PESTS ON BOARD SHIP. On Monday last, at Penarth Police Court, before Major Thornley and Colonel Guthrie, three men named Eugene Buckley, a boarding-master, and Louis Keoltzsch, and Peter Callaghan. both runners, were charged by the Board of Trade authorities with illegally boarding the sailing ship, Miefield, at Birry Dock, on the 25th ultimo. Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, Barry Dock, appeared for the defence, and Mr Rowe, from the office of Mr Ivor Vachell, solicitor, Cardiff, con- ducted tBJd prosecution, the latter stating the defendants were found on board the ship in con- versation with members of the crew before they were discharged.—Inspector W. J. Dimond, B.T., proved the case.—For the defence, Mr Jones-Lloyd contended the consent of the captain had been obtained.-Bllckley was fined 40s and costs, and the two others 20s each and costs, in default 14 days' hard labour.

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