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A Suppressed Club. MEMBERS & THE COMMITTEE. Assault Charges at Penrhiwceiber. At Abercynon on Wednesday John Jones senior, John Janos, junior, and Dl. Jones, who were represented by Mr Gwilym C. James, Merthyr, were summoned for assaulting Thomas Kendal on the 20th ult. at Penrhiwceiber. Mr W, Kenshole appeared for the complainant. Mr Keushoie said that the complainant was a member of the committee of the Penrhiwceiber Workmen's Club, which some time ago was struck off the register. Daniel Jones and John Jones (the sou) wore members of the club, and John Jones (the father) had been a member of the club, but had been expelled. During the hearing of the case against the club it transpired that the ruemberti of the committee had taken certain moneys of the club, which they had distributed in the shape of interest. Since that, however, the moneys had been refunded, and tht-njenbera of the committee had been lined £2 each and costs for selling beer without a licence. After that the members called npon the members of the committee to hand over the books of the club, and an auditor was ap- ponted. who had examined them. Whether the members wore disappointed because there were no assets to divide he could not say, but they had continued to annoy the complainant, and on the 20th inst. they had assaulted him at the Park Hotel, Penrhiwceiber. Complainant said that on the night in question ha went into the passage of the Park Hotel, and Daniel Jones, who was there, called him a fraud and wanted him to come out and fight. Wituass efused, and he was then assaulted both in the hotel and outside. He was badly beaten and kicked. Cross-examined, complainant admitted that John Jones was expelled by the committee of the cinb "for worrying the committee to establish a good library in connection with the club. Shortly afterwards police proceedings were taken against the committee. He had not continually charged Jcnes with being the origiu. ator of those proceedings, He had not threatened Jones nor asked him to tight. Mr .Joon William Morgan, a member of the committee, stated that he heard Daniel Jones call Kendall • a fraud, and saw John Jones, senior, and Daniel Jones on top of the com- plainanf. Mr Thomas Griffiths corroborated complainant's st.ory, aud declared thathesaw John Jones, senior, strike the complainant with a cocoanut, which broke in his hand. George Field deposed to a conversation in which John Jones boastei to witness of having smashed a cocoanut on Kendall's face, and that his son (John Jones) gave him a tanning." Mrs Kate Bird, who was passing by when the disturbance was going on outside, deposed that she called out The police are cotùing," and John Jones, junior, was pulled away from com. plaiuant, whom she saw him hick, and as he was being pulled away he said" 0 uffem dan, let me kinbim." Mr Gwilym Jones then addressed tha Bench, urging that the complalDant bad been the aggressor:. John Jones, the father, said he had been con- tinually accused by Kendall of giving informa- tion to the police in reference to the club. On tho Saturday night in question, while he was in the Park Hotel, Kendall wanted to fight bis brother, but refused to go out to tieht. Kendall then gave witness a violent push, and witness hit him back. Witness's son then came between them, and thay weie all rushed out. No one got on the ground outside. Witness's son and Ken- dall had a fair stand up fight. Crosg-examined He did strike Kendall. He never told Field he bashed a cocoanut in the face of iiendall, Daniel Jones, the other defendant, admitted that in the hotel John Jones, janisr, and Kendall got on the glQon::1. John Jones, junior, and Wm. Abbott also gave evidence, John. Jouee, jun,, was fined £1 and costs, and the two elder defendants were bound ovn; I( ^vep the peace

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