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Perth PoHce Court Thursday.—Before Messrs. T. P. Jen- kins (chairman), Wm. Evans, Dr. E. N. Davies and Dr. Ivor Davies. BOYS' EXPLOITS AT YNYSHIR. Thomas Harris, John Wm. Cooper and Thos. John Tomkin, Ynyshir schoolboys, were charged with breaking and entering a warehouse belonging to Mr. Eastment, fruiterer, Ynyshir, and stealing therefrom a, box of cigars valued at 15s. A second charge of stealing 2s. 7d. from a gas meter at 15, South Street, Ynyshir, was preferred against Harris and Tomkin. A third case of stealing a quantity of fog signals from a guard's van on the Tan' Vale Railway, Ynyshir. The story of their exploits was a really remarkable one, and showed marvellous ingenuity in breaking locks and opening doors. Previous convictions were recorded against Harris, who was described by Mr. T P. Jenkins as one of the worst boys he had seen for some time. Harris was ordered six strokes of the birch, Cooper four, whilst Tomkin was placed under the care of Mrs. Vaughan, probation omoar. THEFTS FROM SWEETMEAT MACHINE. A charge of stealing sweets from an automatic sweetmeat machine at Tonyr- efail Railway Station on February 14th was preferred against Thos. V. Ashton and IdrÍSi Ashton, and Evan Griffiths, all schoolboys, of Tonyrefail. A second charge of a. similar character was preferred against Thos. Ashton and Gnmths. The younger Ashton was discharged, the elder Ashton was ordered four strokes ot the birch, and Grimths six. THEFT OF SHIRTS AT TONYPANDY. J. Israel, labourer, WiUiamstown, who was declared by the police not to have worked for the past two years, and W Green, labourer, of no nxed abode, were jointly changed with stealing a. nannel shirt, value 4s. lid., from the shop of Mrs. Eliz. Evans, draper, 12, De Winton btreet, -t-onypandy. Madge Evans, daughter of prosecutnx, said that on Wednesday, 17th inst., she placed a. bundle of shirts on the counter. She went out, for a, short while, and when she returned, one of the shirts was missing. Thomas Hackett, assistant with Mr. Cardash, pawnbroker, Tonypandy, said that Israel brought the shirt in to pledge. Witness was not satisfied with the story of how lie got the shirt, and the police were sent for. P.O. Fuller gave evidence of arresting both prisoners. In a, statement, Greeu said that he was born in India, but came to, London with his parents when verv young. Three years ago he came to South Wales in search of work, and had been employed by Harry Studt; showman. Prisoners pleaded guilty to the charge, and _hnes of 10s. each, 0'" seven, day." imprisonment, were imposed. ASSAULTED THE: POLICE. Robert Stewart, 226, Ynyscynon Road, irealaw, who was remanded from the previous week on two charges of stealing a quantity of coal from the GIamor.p'an Colliery yard, and also assaulting P.O. Owens, was nne.d 30s., or twenty-one days imprison.ment, in respect of the two off eiiees.
Mysterious Death at Ferndate. Coroner and Doctor's Certificate. An inquiry was held at Ferndale on Thursday last by Coroner R. J.Rhys into the circumstances attending the death of Mias Blanclie Rogers (26), daugliter of Mr. Wm. Rogers, engine- driver, TaS Street, Ferndale. Mrs. Louisa. Rogers, deceased's mother, said that deceased had lived at home uintil August last, when she became housekeeper to an elderly lady at Mount Pleasant Street, Aberdare. She came home periodicaHy. She paid a visit home on the 10th February and remained until the following Saturday, when she com- plained of a cold and went to bed at 10.30, taking a, ba&in of onion gruel. At 3 a.m. witness found her daughter un- conscious in bed, and sent for Dr. Datta, of Ferndale, who arrived promptly with his assistant, Mr. Sheean, and both were present when her daughter died. Witness added that deceased had not complained of ill-health, nor did the family' notice that anything was wrong with her. WhiLst home she was up and about every day, and slept with her sister. Questioned by the Coroner, witness replied she did not suspect anything was the matter with her daughter; she had taken Marmola glycerine and peppermint to reduce her corpulence. She was un- aware that her daughter had been in ser- vice at Cardiff. She had been at Mount Pleasant, Aberdare, for about four months, and had left home against her wish. Seven years ago she went to Dr. Datta to be trained as a nurse, and left because she was delicate and the work was too hard for her. As far as witness was aware her daughter had not taken any drug) or medicine except Marmola. Mr. William Rogers also stated -that he had not noticed anything wrong with his daughter. She accounted for her stout- ness by saying she had a good place with good living, and the air at Aberdare agreed with her. P.S. Thomas, Ferndale, produced a certineate of death signed by Dr. Datta, attributing death to heart disease and sy ncope. By the instruction of the Coroner, Dr. Glaiiviqe M!or'ris, Mjar¡dy had made. a post-mortem examination of the body in the presence of Dr. Rees, Dr. Datta, and Dr. Henbeck, Cwmaman. Dr. Morris said there was evidence of recent delivery of a child, but there was nothing to indicate a cause for sudden death. It was possible by analysis to determine whether or not a drug had been adminis- tered to bring about abortion, but there was no certainty about it. After careful consideration lie held the opinion that death was due to blood poisoning. Replying to the Coroner, Dr. Morris said he could hardly conceive it possible for a, woman to die in the circumstances oti Sunday without showing symptoms on the Saturday night or before that. He had been in practice for 18 years,, and had not known a patient who could dis- guise certain signs and symptoms unless by a powerful effort of will on the part of a patient. Dr. Datta gave evidence, stating that deceased was nurse in a, local hospital for two or three years. He had not seen her for two and a half years. Last November she, together with her sister, visited his surgery and complained of neuralgia, and she had a, tooth extracted. Addressing Mrs. Rogers, the CbroneE said she had not stated this, adding that he doubted very m.uch if she had been telling the whole truth of the affair. Proceeding, Dr. Datta said he had not seen Miss Rogers from that time until he was called to her on Sunday morning. When he got to the house he found the young woman alive, but unconscious. He sent for 60me brandy, and the patient took two teaspoonsful, but she died. The Coroner: You did not make an examination of the body before giving a certificate of death?—No. The Coroner: Was that consistent with your duty as a medical man? In reply, witness said he had engaged another to make an independent exami- nation, as it had been stated that he had attended deceased for a week before her demise, which was found to be umtrue. The'Coroner: You see the position you have placed yourself in. The certificate is false. You did not examine the body, yourself. The Coroner intimated that he would not complete the inquiry that day, but would have parts retained by Dr. Morris analysed by a Government official. The Coroner said he was dissatisfied with the evidence, and would adjourn the case for a. month, the Home Secretary in the meantime to be communicated with.
Reign of Terror in Russia." Russian Lecturer at Ogmore Vale At the Workmen's HaJH, Ogmore Vale, on Wednesday, of last week, a meeting was held under the auspices of the I.L.P. The speaker for the evening was Mr. Alexis Ala.din, who was the Socialist, lead- e" in. the first Russian Duma.. The chair was taken, before a crowded audience, by Mr. D. J, Thomas, D.C. Speaking of Russia, Mr. AJadin said that for centuries the lower classes had been treated as slaves, having no parlia- mentary '.l'epl''esentn.tiion, ,and no rights and privileges, whilst 35 per cent. of the masses were unable to read or write. Young men arose from the middle classes assumed the leadership of the peasantry, and aroused in them a consciousness of their wrongs. For their trouble the lead- ers were imprisoned or exiled. Yet the determination of the masses did not wane and it led in January, 1905, to the forma- tion in St. Petersburg, of great proces- sions, bearing petitions. These were fired on by troops and thousands were killed. Afterwards the Czar Issued a manifesto, granting the people a House of Commons, I'tght of combina.tion, and each man over 2.3 was given a vote; freedom was also granted to the press. The result of this was the election of the ni-st Duma, in which only 7 members were in favour 'if the old regime. At this time the country had no money Û'wing to t.he war with Japan, and after 72 days the Duma was dissolved. The cause of this was the granting of a. loan of 80 million pounds to Russia, f-'om Iish and French capitalists. The military being in the pay of the authorities did everything in their power to effect J the downfall of the Duma.. The speaker then described the formations of the 2nd and 3id Dumas, which bore an. entirely differ- ent aspect from the. lirst Duma.. The pre- sent Duma., he said, was ruled in the. in- terests of the gr'ea.t landlords. The o-reat obstacle wa..s the army of 1,200.000, °who served me.rely the interest of the nobiiity n' the army could be won over to the people's cause, the speaker ventured to predict a great, change in the "Russian Government in. ten. years' time'. At the close of his highly interesting und instructive lecture, Mr. Aladin gave a, rendering in his own language, of Wolfe's celebrated poem, The burial of Sir John Moore."
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Ton-Pentpe Police Court. I -I, y. 1\IondaY.-Beforeilie Stipendiary (Mr. ?MMr Lewis), Mr. T. P. Jenkins, AIder- ? -E. H. Davies, Alderman William ?Mgau Messrs. Enoch Davies, Edward ??s, J. D. Williams and R. S. Grimths.. SHOPKEEPERS SUMMONED. lsa.lc Samuel, butcher, Gelli, was sum- Rh J?? ? displaying a, copy of the at !h ? ??? ?? ?? premises, whilst ?'"? same time employing a person ? 16 years of ago. _?spector Edwards aaid that two boys 'rere employed by defendant. A "ue of 10s. was imposed. s? "? Austin, draper, Gelli, was ???? for not providing a female ?tantwith??at. a c-t?? ?? ??t he only employed ?ghts ???? ?? ???"' ?? Saturday Pendant was ordered to pay 2s. Gd. FURNITURE ON THE STREET. St) ? ?"'?S ?u obstruction in Dunraven tn?? ??yPa?cly, Henrv Cardash, fumi- ?? deader, was summoned; num? ?? said that tliere were a ?? ?? ?ed?teads, cha.irs, &c., on the 1[veIllent outside defendant's shop, com- ? ?'?ting pedestrian tramc. ?S??? manager gave an under- ca? "? ?? repeat the onence, and the ?? ?as disnnssed. SCHOOLBOYS' PRANKS. Owei?'?J?' .?'? Stanley Price ?Sho? ?''? ??" Owen. three Ton ? & ?? ??'S? ? dealing 10? +? '"? P?r o? Indian dibs, value Rodei-i? P?P?t-y of William David Pentre ?'chitect, 5, Parade, Ton- Prosecutor said that the boots and the b?'? ??P? ? a. shed at the back of The .?? ??''e missed on Feb. 17th. cov?. ? i ?'?cle!.) were subsequently dis- culv? ? ?-C. Joseph Thomas in a Th? ? ? '?? ?P- the .?"PMidiary said he did not think bo<)t<<?? ?y "arm in taking the ters ?"??s. They had good charac- iu f? "?", he. Itoped, they would keep ?? ?? ??? dismissed. TO BE CARRIED TO POLICE STATION. ?th ?r! ???'thy, ex-soldier was charged aRsa..)J-??? and disorderly conduct arfd ??"S the police. gave ? .??es and Thomas, Ton-Pentre, ?cmn ??dsnce of seeing the prisoner ?a.ilw? ? ??? direction of the Ystrad He M- ??tion late on Saturday night. ?ang? ?? d?nk, and used very bad ?fte?"?- ?? ? advised to go home. I?n" ?"?? later, a. row was heard in ?ch? ??' ??' ? ?'?? witnesses '? a ?.?? P? ?. ???? defendant ??ha??? ? condition, and waving ?de?d ? ? ? madman. He wa.s again tQered to go away. and after procpedine Xt?'?uc?h?"?' ?- ? ?Hbg rately struck both officers, a ¡.;trugglè (,d. Defendant bad ("!Nleiitiially to he to the Police Station. who last week was dis 'Charged on allothel' offence on a promise to was ordered to pa37 lOs. for :elIlg drunk and disorderly, £1 or lOurteen days in respect of each of the upon the police COAL STEALING AT LLWYNYPIA. lOWIll. Lewis, collier, Hwynypia, was nned .tllo.fc," -stealin-z a quaiititv of coal from le GlanlOrgan Colliery. ? STOLE HORSE AND CART. ?au?' ???y, ? young Wattstown ?Hdea??i??? ??? steaiing a horse to d caJ.'t, three coats, and a sum of money of j? ?tal value of jE30, the property town ?" Hoskin, fruit merchant, Watts- III 1?1,0,seeutor said that defendant was in ?s s???' ??? ?? ?s 4th February he thr?e ? ?t witli. a. horse and cart, the left n???s' ?ct 22s. for change. He ?s& di? du'ection of Porth, and wit- Febf"?? see him after. On the 10th Hart tr" ??ness went to the Wliite ?hown?rL ?ontypridd, witere he was ? ov? "°?? ?? cart. harness, and ??coats. ?'d th ?. ??Shan, greengrocer, Trehafod, ? ?? on the 4th February she bought ?'hich ,?Ses from the defendant, for h? ?? Paid 2s. 6d. He ?so persuaded ?Sered ?o ? ?ase of oranges, which he ??er '?? ??? eventually sold them T? at bs. P??' T??? .ostler at the White Hart ?an??? ?? ?"? ?? ?und a ? theSh??????" y??? of the hotel ?ea??- .? took charge of the ?k ? ? ??? ?. ? the stable for a ? ?vS ??????h the police. ? all ?? ?? defendant in the yard ? '?' ?' ??? Wattstown said that tl,e Shepton Mallet police, wearing one '01 the overcoats he had StOlell. He ,P eaded guilty to the ??on??? ?? committed'to the Quarter SELF-CONFESSED FOOL. ?Q?' ??' cella.rman at the Station ?S a ??'?"'? ?? charged with steal- ? n,?- ?'?ch and chain, value ?7 ? ?'he h? ?"' ??'? ? ???? ? ?? ?? ?'?? ?? ? P ? .?? ??' bedroom about <? she?- S??-day, 13th February. ??y ?.??? ? ?? ? ? o'clock on --?J?u? they were mining
Margt. Morgan, cook, said that at 2 p.m. on 21st February, Lcster asked her if he should fetch her coal. The request being an unusual one, her suspicions were aroused, and she watched him go into the backyard. She subsequently dis- covered the watch on a girder of the coal-house, and gave information to the landlord. When arrested by P.C. Mitchell a few minutes later, defendant admitted his guilt, saying that he was a fool. A fine of JE3, or a. month, was Imposed. THEFT AT FERNDALE. Hugh Roberts, of no nxed abode, was charged with stealing two coats and a vest, value 7s. 9d., the property of Mr. Barnes O'Hare, clothierl Ferndale, and was sent to seven days' imprisonment. UNDERGROUND OFFENCES. Thomas Lewis, haulier, Treorchy. was summoned for having a pipe in his pos- session whilst in the mine. Mr. D. W. Jones, Pentre, prosecuted. Ed. Morris, assistant veterinary surgeon at the Tynybedw Colliery Pentre, said that, acting upon instructions, he watched the defendant in the unedrground stable. Witness had previously seen three pipes above a manger in defendant's stall, which defendant now placed in his pocket. Witness followed defendant to the pit-bottom, and had him confronted with the overman, to whom he admitted taking the pipes down the pit. Corroborative evidence was given by Joseph Foster, overman, and Thomas Williams, manager. A fine of tl was imposed. For sleeping undergrornd at the colliery, Geo. Warren, collier, was nied THREATS AND REFUSING TO QUIT. Evan Davics, collier, Penygraig, was nned 10s. and bound over to keep the peace for refusing to quit the Adare Hotel, Tonypandy, and using threatening language to the landlord, Ed. Arthur Mayer. Mr. Mayer said tliat defendant came to tlie hotel on the 30th January and behaved in a most disorderly manner. When asked to leave, lie said that he would "swing." for witness, or do six months for him.