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AN ARRAY OF DRUNKARDS AT BARRY DOCKS. At Barry Docks Police Court yesterday i (Thursday) — before Mr O. H. Jones and General Leo — Anna Lloyd was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but was discharged with a caution, having been locked up for a ni^ht.—John Davies, who said ho had walked from London and a drop of drink soon I overcame him, was also cautioned and dismissed. —Matthias Cimblett, for being drunk and dis- orderly, was tined 5s. P.C. Harris proved the case.—John Patch, of ruffianly appearance, was charged with the same offence, with the addition of assaulting P.C. Thomas Thorburn by striking him on the chest. Defendant said he was mosb surprii-ed at the policeman for arresting him. Fined 5s, or five days' hard labour, for the assault., being dismissed on the charge of drunkenness, having been locked up for two nights.—Margarets Jenkins, a well-known character at Barry Docks, was sent to prison for 14 days' hard labour. — Mary Stacey, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 10s or seven days' hard labour.-Mary Collins, Barry Docks, denied being guilty of a similar charge on the 15th, but said she had been struck that evening by a man. Fined 2s 6d.—Sarah Thomas, Gueret-street,, again made her appearance, and asked the magistrates to be lenient. Sent to prison for seven days.—William Brown and John Shields, two respectable-looking workmen, were each. fined 5s for drunkenness and being disorderly.— Catherine Cunningham, a married woman, also appeared on a like charge, but said she had been a. total abstainer for two years, aa she detested drink. Dismissed.—Bridget Foley did not appear in answer to the charge of being drunk and dis- orderly, and a warrant was ordered to be issued. William Reed was fined 5s for a similar offence.

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