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Few of us can triumph, un- aided, over a bad state of health. When our digestive organs got thoroughly deranged our case is one calling for prompt attention. Now in BEECHAM'S PILLS you have a remedy to your hand. JJOPEFUL rjlO-DAYS AND JJAPPY rjpO-MORROWS may be secured by the use of this preparation. You will be gratified and surprised at the im- provement right from the vpry beginning. The Pills find their way straight to the source of your trouble, and with quiet yet unfailing power remove the evil and its cause. Their good effects upon the Liver, Stomach, Kid- neys, and Bowels are quickly realised and ex- perience will show you that the priceless bless- ing of perfect health my be secured BY TAKING T>EECHAM'S TRILLS. « DEECHAM S T)ILLS. JJEECHAM'S pILLS. I Prepared only by THOMAS BEfiCHAM, St. Helens, Lane. Sold everywhere in boxes. Price Is lid (56 pills) and 2s 9d (168 pills). 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This is the one Acknowledged Remedy which gives STRENGTH TO THE WEAK. NEW LIFE TO THE DEBILITATED. JOY IN LIFE TO THE MELANCHOLY The Doctors say it is a safe, certain, trustworthy. Remedy. REMEMBER IT IS GWILYM ^VANS' TWITTERS. THE BEST REMEDY FOR WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, LOSS OF APPETITE, FLATULENCE, LOW SPIRITS, SLEEPLESSNESS. GWILYM 1^VANS' TWITTERS. TESTIMONIAL. Coed Talywern, Dvffryn. Gentlemen,—I am pleased to be able to bear testimony to the benefit I have received by taking WEAKNESS Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. I have had medicine from various WEAKNESS Doctors every Spring for yeara past, and was obliged to take medi- WEAK 5TES3 cine all last Winter, but, as I re- ceived little benefit, 1 resolved to try Gwilym Evans'Quinine Bitters, and, though I have only taken three 2s 9d bottles, I am able already to go about. I have been suffering trom weakness, etc. Yours truly, M. A. WILLIAMS. QWILYM VANS' TWITTERS. TESTIMONIAL. Tanyard-terrace, St. John's, Worcester. Dear Sir,—I have suffered with pain in my chest, Nervousness and Debility for a long time, and have NERVOUSNESS taken a deal of medicine, but got no relief. Being recommended to NERVOUSNESS try Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters, I took one bottle and NERVOUSNESS found great relief; then I got another, and now I am not like the same person. I can go to work with ease, which I had not done before for a long time. I shall be happy to recommend GwUym Evans' Quinine Bitters, and feel pleased to say I have found it such a quick remedy after suffering so long. Yours grttefnlly. K.yiSHER. GWILYM /EVANS. TWITTERS. TESTIMONIAL. 44, Llwydarth-road, Maesteg. Dear Sirs,—Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters is, in my opinion, INDIGESTION one of the Best Gifts gven to Humanity. I, myself, have derived INDIGESTION the greatestpossible benefit in stub- burn cases of flatulence, Indiges- INDIGESTION tion, Loss of Appetite, and Weak- ness. I have proved Gwilym Evans* Quinine Bitters on my own person to succeed when all other remedies bave failed. Yours troly, T. POWELL. GWILYM VANS' JglTTERS* When you ask for GwilymEvans* Bittera see that you get it, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS with the name, Gwilym Evans" on BKWARE OF IMITATIONS thelabel^nthe stamp, and on the bottle BEWARE OF IMITATIONS without which none are genuine. Indig- nantly refuse substi- tutes, and insist upon having GWILYM jg VANS' TDITTERS. This worM-famous pre- SOLD EVERYWHERE ^d^^Sd SOLD EVERYWHERE eMh or be sent dire^L SOLD EVERYWHERE ^°re 7, from the Soto Proprietors— QUININE BITTE RS MANUFACTUR- ING CO., LTD., MINCING-LANE, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. GWILYM -giVANS' &JJITTERS. Perpetual inlunction has been granted against M. W. James. PERPETUAL INJUNCTION Llanelly, with costs, PERPETUAL INJUNCTION restraining him from PERPETUAL INJUNCTION passing oft hisgooda as Gwilym Evans's Quinine Bitters. X REACH OUT "Y'" And take hold of Good Health. ALWAYS HAVE A BOTTLE OF IJIUDOR "YYTT,TJAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF TJONEY, WHAT IT IS. TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY is an essence of the purest and most efficacious herbs gathered on the Welsh Hills and Valleys in the proper season when their virtues are in full perfection, and combined with pure Welsh Honey. All the ingredients are perfectly pure. WHAT IT DOES, TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM -OF HONEY Cures Coughs,. Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and aLl disorders of the Throat, Chest, and Lungs. Wonderful Cure for Children's Coughs after Measles, It is invaluable to weak-cnested men, delicate women, and children. It succeeds where all other remedies fail. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in Is, 2s 6d, and 4s 6d bottles. A great saving in purchasing the larger size bottles. WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR OTHERS. A Stipendiary and Magistrate in the County of Glamorgan remarks :— "1 feel it my duty to inform you that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey in my family, which is a large one. for many years, and kave proved its great value, having used nothing else for Cough during Measles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis, and can highly recommend it to all parents for such complaints." YOU NEED NOT SUFFER. Disease is a sin, inasmuch that you act rightly, at the right time, it can to a great ex- tent be avoided. Here is the preventative. The first moment you start with Sore Throat take a dose of npUDOR WIlLIAMS. PATENT JgALSAM OF HONEY. It has savod thousands. It will save you. It is prepared by a fully-qualified chemist, and is, by virtue of its composition, eminently adapted for all cases of Coughs, Colds, Bron- chitis, Asthma, etc.; it exercises a. distinct in- fluence upon the mucous lining of the throat, windpipe, and small air vessels,so that nothing but warmed pure air passes into the lungs. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT. It's the product of the Honeycomb chemic- ally treated to get the best results. THEY ASK FOR IT. go different from most Medicines. Nice to Take. Cures Quickly. For vocalists and public speakers it has no equal, it makes the voice as clear as a bell. Sample Bottle sent (post paid) for Is 3d. 2s 9d, and 5s from the inventor, D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, K.S.D.E. Manufacturer- TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., A.S.Apth., Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist, bv Examination. MEDICAL llALL. 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South Wales News. Ambulance Progress at Aberdare. On Saturday evening, at the invitation of Dr. E. J. Trefor Jones, High Constable of Miskin Higher, a number of efficients," St. John Ambulance Association, met at the Memorial Hal], Aberdare, ior the purpose of hearing an address by Mr Tom Davies, of Ton Pentre, chief superintendent of the Rhondda Fasvr Corps of the No. 7 District,who attended on behalf of Surgeon-Colonel E. Cureton, M.D., V.D., the commissioner in charge of the dis- trict. The chairwas occupied by the high con- stable. and there were also present members of the Trecynon Brigade, including Sergeant Strickland, the officer commanding that division, and Superintendent Wheeler. Mr Tom Davies, who was accorded a hearty recep- tion, explained the objects of the brigade, which were to enable those who had qualified for the certificates of the St. John Ambulance Association an opportunity of meeting for ambulance work. At the close of his address it was resolved to form a division, and the necessary number joined, and the meeting was adjourned till Wednesday week in the armoury, when officers will be elected. Cardiff Christian Workers. On Saturday evening the usual monthly gathering of workers at the Police Institute took place, when Mr Rowland Smith read a paper on Intercession and Foreign Missions," based on a booklet which.had been distributed byMr John Cory amongst the workers, entitled Intercessory Foreign Missionaries," by Mr A. Mercer, secretary (South Africa Mission). The Rev. W. J. Zeal, Wood-street; the Rev. J. H. Walker, St. Paul's Congregational Church, and others took part in the proceedings. Bedwas Street Fatality. On Saturday evening Ethel MaHett, age four years, daughter of William Mallett, Pandy-road, Bedwaa. waa knocked down and run over by A coal cart, and died within haJf- an-hoar of fche accident. Merthyr Miners' Meeting. At the monthly meeting of the Merthyr District of Miners on Saturday, a re- port of the sub-committee appointed to deal with the question of sub-con- tracting was laid on the table pending another interview with the management of the local collieries. It was decided to call another conference on the question of the ways and means of providing an ambulance car- riage. A resolution was passed requiring each lodge to be more careful in future in selecting auditors. Mr Wm. Williams, of South Dyffryn No. 2 Pit, was appointed junior auditor for the district. An application from the Trades and Labour Council for financial assistance was referred to the lodges. The expenses of two members of the Board of Guardians and three members of the Merthyr Borough Council were ordered to be paid. Unpleasant Experience. The story of a tramping labourer's un- pleasant experience near Caerleon is reported. It appea s that on Thursday night last he sought shelter in a barn near Kemys, a few miles from Caerleon. He saw another man lying down in the barn with a cap over his face, and receiving no reply to his greeting the second comer concluded that his companion was asleep. On Friday morning, seeing the man in the same position, the labourer lifted the cap, and discovered that he had spent the night in the company of a dead man. Informa- tipn was given to the Christchurch police, and the deceased has since been identified as Job Rees (59), a native of Abergavenny. Representation ofYnysddu. At a meeting of the Mynyddislywn Urban District Council, held at Pontllanfraith, it was unanimously decided, on the motion of Coun- cillor Rhys Morgan, to ask the County Council cillor Rhys Morgan, to ask the County Council to hold an inquiry with a view to increasing the representation of the Ynysddu district. flick Burnt at Abernant. On Whit Monday evening a rick of about five tons of hay, owned by Mr Edward Moses, grocer, Aberdare, situated near the Forge Pond, Abernant, was burnt. Incendiarism is suspected. Barry Driving Accident. On Monday evening, whilst driving a milk cart near St. Nicholas-road, Barry, a youth named J. Hiomas, of St. Nicholas-road, Barry, fell out of the cart, and hurt his left knee badly. Guard S. Squires, Barry, who hap- pened to be near, rendered efficient first aid. Burglary at Llantwit Major. On Saturday night some person or persons entered the lock-up refreshment-rooms in the occupation of Mrs A. M. Price at Cothugh. and took a quantity of provisions and other articles. The police are endeavouring to trace the thierves.
"HARRY THE DEVIL" Died in a Drunken Sleep. An inquest was held on Monday at Aberdare touching the death of Henry Evans, a haulier, well known in the town as Harry the Devil," who died in a barn adjoining the Ynyscynon farm on Saturday morning. Sidney Ridd, brother-in-law, said deceased lodged with him at Glanynys Cottage, Cwm- bach-row. Aberdare. He was a haulier at the Uetty Shenkin Colliery, and some months ago he was kicked by a horse underground and had not worked since. He had complained of his heart ever since, and for some time found it difficult to lay in bed. He had, however, got better, and on Friday afternoon, about half-past five, he went out saying he was going to Cwmbach to declare off the fund, as be in- tended restarting at the colliery after the Whitsun holidays- Thomas Gentle, a haulier at Lletty Shenkin, said he met the deceased at Cwmbach about 9 o'clock on Friday night. They went together to the Scales Arms and were there till 11 o'clock. They had five glasses a-piece and walked together to the main road, where they parted. Deceased did not seem very drunk. W. James, Ynyscynon, said that when he went out at 6 on Saturday morning he found the deceased lying in the wet grass on the side of the road leading to the farm. It had rained heavily during the night, and deceased's clothes were wet through. He knew him and woke him, and told him to go inside the yard. He seemed to be waking from a drunken sleep. At 7.30 when witness came badk he found de- ceased in the yard and allowed him to go and lie down in one of the out-houses. When wit- ness went to see for him at half-past ten he wasdead. Dr. Murphy, who attended deceased after the accident, and who had conducted a post- mortem examination, said the face and neck was gorged with blood. There were no clots of blood. The liver was much enlarged. It was what was known as a drunkard's liver. One of the valves of the heart was diseased. The other organs were healthy. J The Coroner Do you think that the in- jury received a month ago contributed to death. No it was due to heart failure, due to the condition of the liver and the heart, accel- erated by the exposure during the night, and the excessive amount of drink he had partaken of. A verdict in accordance with the medical evidence was returned.
THE WEEK'S MARKETS. CORN. Gloucester, Saturday.—English wheat in fair supply, and Is cheaper reds, 32s 6d to 33s 6d whites, 33s 6d to 34s 6d foreign wheat quiet—Is lower Platesr, 37s 6d Russians, 39s 6d maize 6d to Is cheaper Galfox, 26s Bessarabian, 27s barley 6d chcaper-22s 9d oats 6d down-black, 18s to 18s 6d; white. ]9s 6d to 20s 6d. Weather fine. Newport, Wednesday. — Holiday market; very small attendance prices unchanged from last week. CATTLE. Usk, Monday -Probably in consequence of its being Bank Holiday, there was rather a poor attendance and supply at the fortnightly market to-day, and business none too brisk. Quotations -Best quality beef, 6d to Sid per lb seconds, 5ld to 6d wether mutton-shorn 8d to 81d, ewe 7d to 8d, lamb 9-Id to lOd, veal Bl-,d per lb cows and calves, £12 to £ 16 yearlings, £8 to £ 12 two year olds, £11 to U6 sows and pigif, £ 6 to S10 strong stores, 35s to 45s each three months' old, 18s to 20s weaners, 16s to 18s each heavy-weight porkers, 9s to 9s 6d per score light ditto, 9s to 9s 6d baconers, 8s to 8s 6d. Chepstow, Tuesday.-There was a good supply. Best Deef made 7d per lb., with 6}d for second quality, calves fetching from 8d to 10d per lb. wether mutton, 3d to 9d per lb., ewes 7d to 8d lamb, 9d to 10d per lb. Newport, Wednesday.—Shorter supply of all stock exceptionally good demand; large attendance of buyers. Quotations :-Best beef 7d to 7Jd, seconds 6id cows Sid to 5id mutton-best wether 8id. ewes 7d to 71d calves 7d to 9d lambs 101d to lid porker pigs 10s 6d to 10s 9d per score. PROVISIONS. Llradilo, Saturday.—Butter 101d to lid eggs, 16 for Is Caerphilly cheese, 6d per lb. fowls, Is to Is 3d per lb.; ducks, 3s 6d each. BUTTER. Carmarthen, Saturday.—The demand for onr butter has greatly increased, consequently the price to-day was firm at from 10d to lOld per lb., with a better tone. I am afraid we have seen our lowest. CHEESE. Carmarthen, Saturday.-Few lots of new cheese offered for sale, and were soon picked up at from 21s to 269 per cwt. Newport. Wednesday.—Good supply fair demand average attendance. Quotations :—Caerphillies 36s to 42s, fancy dairies 43s to 45s, truckles 63s to 65s, doubles 54a to 56s, Cheddars 65s to 68s. HIDE, SKIN, FAT, AND WOOL. Rhondda, Pontypridd, and Aberdare Hide, Tallow, and Wool Company. IAmitel, Treforeab, Saturday.—Hides—Ox hides. 95ibi and upwards, ordtnaty flaynd, 3fd,-perfoet; fhiyed 4d- BStbt to 94tha 3id, 4d 751bi to 841bi, 3Jd, 4d; 651bi to 741bi, 31d, 4d; 56!bj to6:tllM, .3i-d, 3rd; 55ibi and under, 3|d,3iJ; heavy cows, 3d, 3^1; light cows, 3d, 3Jd; bulls, 21d cuts and warbled, 21 d to 3Jd. Horses, 15s, 12;J, 9s, 5s. Calf, 171b. and upwards, 5d 91b to 161b, 6d; light, 6d; flawed, 4Jd. Lambs, 2s 3d, Is lid, Is 5d, Is; pelts, Is 6d, Is, 9d. Fat-bestsweet clean, 2}d; seconds, ltd; common, lid. Salt, 2s perewt.
SHADOWED I Diplomat Degged by Assassins. Berlin, Tuesday.-A political romance of pronounced Oriental type is concealed in the official announcement of the retirement into private iife of tylohmoud Cahn, the Persian Minister at Berlin. For weeks past the Minister has been shadowed by assassins, and it is probable due only to the vigilance of the German police that his life has not been taken. When he recently left Persia to return t<y his diplomatic post at Berlin, fanatical members of the anti-Reform party in Persia resolved that he must be executed as punishment for his share in forcing political reforms on the Shah. The German Foreign Office several weeks ago received notification from the tierman Legation at Teheran that five emissaries of the Persian reactionary party had left for Berlin with the avowed intention of assassinating Mahmoud Cahn. The Foreign Office at once warned him, and the Berlin police organised a special protective service. Detachments of detectives were told off to watch over him day and night, to guard his official residence, and to shadow him wherever he went, in order to ward off the menacing death-blow of the fanatics, who were known to be desperate characters. The Minister has thus been living under the strictest police supervision while death has dogged his footsteps. The nervous strain finally became too much for him, and he re solved to withdraw from politics and retire into private life, in order to be no longer the target of the assassins' daggers or bullets.
EXCURSIONIST ROWDIES. Convictions at Weston. Albert Davies, collier, Park-street, Penrhiw- ceiber, was charged at Weston-super-Mare on Tuesday with' being drunk and disorderly in Locking-road. Prisoner said that he was only drunk. He was also charged with assault. P.C. Marsh said prisoner was very drunk, and behaved in a disorderly manner. Great dim- culty was experienced in taking prisoner to the station. Prisoner admitted he was so drunk that he did not know what happened. Mr Barstow said the Bench would not have Weston turned into a bear garden by excursionists, and innocent people assaulted. Prisoner would have to go to prison for a fortnight in respect of each offence, the sen- tences, however, to run concurrently. At the same court James Saunders, de- scribed as of Wales," was fined 5s or in de- fault seven days' imprisonment with hard labour for being drunk.
MANCHESTER AND MISS ALLAN Statements of the attitude of Manchester towards Miss Maud Allan's performance con- tained in the morning papers have drawn contradictions from Mr Thewlis, chairman of Manchester Watch Committee, and Mr Peacock, chief constable of Manchester. Mi Thewlis asserts that his committee have not expressed any opinion about Miss Allan's performance. All they have done is to inform the gentlemen who wished to bring Miss Allan to Manchester that without expressing any opinion as to this particular performance, the comlnittee having arrived at a decision with regard to this class of performance, see no reason to alter their decision. The resolution here quoted was passed when La Milo was announced to perform in Manchester. Mr Peacock denies that he has expressed any opinion to the Watch Committee or to any- one else about the merits of Miss Allan's performance.
GIRL'S HEROIC EFFORT. Milan, Tuesday.—Yesterday's railway dis- aster at Rocca Pietra, near Novara, proves hardly less serious than the first confused re- ports represented it to be. The passenger train, crammed with pilgrims returning' from the Festival of tho Madonna at Varallo, had already been delayed 20 minutes in starting through the great concourse of holiday-makers when, to make matters worse, the antiquated engine broke down at the month of a tunnel outside Rocca Pietra. The stationmaster's young daughter, on her father's instructions, seized a red flag, and, rushing down the line, heroically risked her life in a vain endeavour to stop the approaching goods train, it having been forgotten to put the signals against it. The catastrophe at Rocca Pietra is the third fatal disaster which has befallen pilgrim trains in Paly since the spring. The last occurred at Lodi, in the Milan district, a fortnight ago.
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KRUGER'S MILLIONS." Treasure hunting, though a fascinating pur- suit, is not so lucrative nowadays as fiction writers would make out. That, at any rate, has been the experience of the London Syndi- cate who financed the Alfred Nobel. After a year's search among the wrecks on the coast of South Africa she is now on her way back to England with little treasure aboard, beside a quantity of old china that will hardly com- pensate the adventurers for their expenditure. The ship was fitted out on a lavish scale with the latest appliances for enabling divers to remain under water a considerable time, and was skippered by Captain Gardiner. She was sent to South African waters over a twelve month ago with the primary object of securing Kruger's millions," which were supposed to have gone down in the sailing ship Dorothea off the coast of Natal about the time the late President Kruger left the Transvaal for Hol- land. The attempt proved a failure on account of the tremendous, seas prevailing over many months, and the Alfred Nobel then made round the coast for Swakopniund in the quest of treasure from the wreck of the Dunbeth. Here it was found that even the copper and brass fittings had been taken by previous visitors. This part of the venture cost JE800. The treasure hunters then moored close to the old Dutch East Indiaman the Middleburg, which sank in Saldanha Bay. Here some old china was secured, but not of any value, though ten feet of sand had to be pumped out before even this was obtained. Operations were next conducted on the wreck of the Ther mopylae in Three Anchor Bay, with poor result. A move was finally made to the wreck of the America, off Woodstock, a suburb of Cape Town, with equally disappointing re- sults. The money available for the speculation be- ing exhausted, further treasure hunting had to be abandoned. The public in Cape Town were allowed to inspect the boat at 6d per head, and probably more revenue was obtained from this prosaic source than any other.
PONTYPRIDD BAND CONTESTS. Ferndale Win Shield Outright. The cream of South Wales bands appeared at Pontypridd on Wednesday in the contests organised by the Athletic Club. The falfc that Ferndale Band had twice previously won the 100 guinea shield, and had only to secure it once again to win it absolutely, increased the interest in the event. Ferndale were again victorious,and thus secured the massive shield. Mr J. Ord flume, Edinburgh, was the adjudi- cator. Awards:- Class A.—Test piece, Don Sebastiaho" 1st prize, £15 and 100 guinea challenge shield—1, Ferndale (conductor,S. Radliffe); 2. Cory Work- men's (conductor, J Bailey) 3, Aberdare (con- ductor, J. Manley). The adjudicator paid a high tribute to the performance of FerndaJe, and wound up his comments as follows Neat and accurate to the end, this band has certainly given the finest all-round performance. A clearly de- fined finale. Excellent." Cory Workmen's A really good perform- ance and a fine band." Aberdare: This performance is good in a general sense, but could be much better in places." Class B.—Test piece, Llewelyn 1st prize, £10 10s and Crown Brewery cup—1, Abertillery (conductor, T. Valentine); 2, Dinas (conductor, G. Hawkins) 3, Albion Colliery (conductor, G. Foxall).
SLEEPING CYCLIST'S BICYCLE. On Tuesday afternoon Morgan Roderick, of Gloucester-street, Aberdare, went to sleep on Whitchurch Common, and laid his bicycle beside him. When he awoke his bicycle had disappeared, and he immediately gave in- formation to the police. During the evening, P.C. Martin, of Whitchurch, found the bicycle in the kitchen of the Three Horse Shoes, Gabalfa, and while he was there another man, Daniel Jenkins, a native of Treherbert, but now residing at Peel-street, Cardiff, walked in and claimed the bicycle. P.C. Martin im- mediately arrested him, and chared him with the theft. Jenkins was quite taken aback by the new development, but he declared that he was not the tnief. He said that he was with two others, whose names he did not know, and they had been drinking together. It was the others who, he alleged, took the bicycle. On Wednesday Jenkins was brought up before Mr Lewis Williams at the offices of the Llandaff magistrates' clerk, when formal evidence was-given, and the prisoner was re- manded in custody until Monday.
BARRY DISASTER. CAPSIZED SAILBOAT PICKED UP. The boat in which the three Barry men went for a sail and had overturned was picked up in the Bristol Channel early on Wednesday and towed to Cardiff. j William "Brands BvtMtB, thf orfty'survivor, who is still ill after his terrible experience, states that one of the passenger steamers be- longing to the Red Funnel line passed up about 7.30 within a shorter distance than that of the trawler Active, who picked him up, and he is at a loss to understand why he was not seen in the water. When picked up he had floated down with the ebb tide nearly opposite Rhoose point. 'There is every probability that the bodies of Barnes and Brock have been carried a con- siderable distance down Channel with the tide, and it is difficult to locate any district along the shore where they may be washed. A sharp look-out is, however, being maintained by coastguards and others.
BRISTOL EXPRESS STOPPED. Sailors' Drunken Fury. At Crewe on Wednesday J. Campbell, Daniel Brennon, Albert Blackley, and John Smith, sailors, were charged with drunkenness on the railway and interfering with the comfort of passengers. Blackley appeared in court with a terribly disfigured face, and showed signs of having been poughly treated. From the evi- dence it appeared that the prisoners were tra- velling by the Bristol express, and when near Crewe the communication cord was pulled. The guard found a lady crying, and she com- plained of having been struck. The men were fighting and bleeding from shocking injuries. Two of them were on top of each other, and the windows of the carriage were smashed. They were all mad drunk<and had to be sep- arated. Prisoners were fined 10s and costs and, Brennan and Blackley were further fined for smashing the windows.
GAMINS ACT PLEADED. Judgment in a Swansea Case. At Swansea County Court on Wednesday, Judge Bryn Roberts gave his decision in a case heard at the previous sitting when Thos. Barfoot, commission agent, of Swansea, sought to recover from E. Hall, tobacconist, £.3, alleged to be due under an agreement to clear off a debt of JE40, arising out of betting transac- tions, by monthly instalments of £3. Mr Mervyn Williams, who appeared for the de- fence, pleaded on behalf of his client the Gaming Act. Mr Seline, for the plaintiff, sub- mitted that the Gaming Act did not apply, as an ordinary agreement was constituted, the consideration being that proceedings were stayed on defendant's request and undertaking to pay by monthly instalments. The Judge said the question was whether there had been a new contract after the' original case was withdrawn. He did not think there had, there being simply a with- drawal of the action, the consideration being left intact. He gave judgment for defendant, with leave to plaintiff to appeaL
SOUTH WALES COAL TRADE. WORK RESUMEtTuNDER PROTEST. A mass meeting of the workmen employed at the Lower Deep Blaina Colliery of Messrs Lancaster and Company, who havo been idle since Thursday last. owing to the introduction into the colliery of the Pattison lamp, was held on Wednesday, under the presidency of Mr R. Evans, J.P., Chairman of the Brynmawr District Councils It was decided to resume work under protest, the' night men going in last night and. the day men to-day. Nearly 800 men are employed at the colliery.
TANTRUMS IN THE CELL Catherine Lewis was brought up at Aber- gavenny on Wednesday charged with being drunk and disorderly and with doing damage to the police station ceil to the extent of 12s. The woman was arrested outside a lodging-house, where she was creating a disturbance, and was taken to the police station. Here she smashed the celL windows and other things that were in the cell. She became so violent that the hand- cuffs had to be placed upon her. She was sent to prison for a month with hard labour upon each charge, the sentences to run concurrently.
CLERK'S ADMISSIONS. At Monmouth on Wednesday Ernest Luther (29), a clerk and cashier in the employ of Messrs Hall and Co., grocers, Monmouth, wasre- manded for a week 011 a charge of embezzling £8 15s belonging to his employers between September 18th and October 5th last year. Mr Samuel Bache, a. member of the firm, said the prisoner had been in their employ some two years. On June 3rd witness accused him of the theft, and he made certain admissions. There would be other charges against prisoner. Bail was allowed, prisoner in £25 and one security of £50.
Builth Wells Philharmonic Society performed Gaul's Holy City at the Assembly Rooms, Builth Wells, on Wednesday evening. Mr Sydney Phillips, Woodlands, was the conduc- tor, and the principals were Mrs F. S. Fricker, Swansea, soprano Madame Bessie Evans, R.A.M., contralto Mr David Ellis, tenor and Mr Meurig Iames, R.A.M., baritone.
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