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GLAMORGAN ASSIZES. LOCAL CASES. the Glamorgan Assizes, held at Cardiff ^rhig Ljic wee]c> the following local cases were teard ^AENCLYDACH FIREMAN CONVICTED Evan Thomas (45), a fireman, minus one arm, as indicted for maliciously committing griev- Olls bodily harm to William Evans at Blaen- cIYdaoh on January 17th. Mr M. R. Jones fcosecutsd, and Mr S. T. Evans, M.P., defen- ded. Prosecutor's story was that he saw prisoner having a dispute with an old man in lhe Royal Hotel, Blacnclydach, and he remon- with the prisoner. Subsequently,when b went outside prisoner I olio wed him. and ^ben he was on the tround brutally kicked Ho was severely injured, and haci to be Carried away. The defence was that whatever happened occurred in scuffle between the two, and evidence for tiia defence was called to the effect that prosecutor was the agressor. Prisoner was found guilty and sentenced to two calendar months. THE LLANTWIT FERJURY CASE. Roderick Harris, de-riWd .as a grocer's assistant, pleaded guilty to committing wilful and corrupt perjury in r^timony he gave on information preferred a ra.inst Albert Joseph Morgan, on October 26tii last. The circumstances of case, as put before tbe J1.ldge by Mr Arthur Lewis. who was pro- secuting counsel, were somewhat intricate. In first case a man liam^d Albert James Mor- Ran brought an action in the Court of "Chan- °erv' Arising from this ease Morgan was com- for perjurv, and (he present prisoner :UrinK the- proceedings w:,5 called for the de. ence> and gave evidence which he afterwards Emitted was false. Gwyn Morris, who represented prisoner. 8a^ advantage was taken of him, and he was lJraeitally made a tool In sentencing the prisov.or to six months im- prisonment. his Lordship i(I he was sorry to find there were a large J::1mlwr of people who bought nothing of goii:, iui-o the witness-box 9.nd giving false evideni and he was sorry say that juries seemed to think little of it. should imposed sub-1 initial punishment, so peopiQ mi^ht. understand the gravity ot offence. He might hive taken into greater Consideration the fact prisoner had been three mouths in goal if he had net a sense of seriousness of the ofl' -nes.

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