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Ton-Pentre Police Court. Monday.-Before the, Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Mr. T. P. Jenkins, Mr. R. S. Alderman Richard Lewis, Alderman E. H. Davies, Alderman Wm. Morgan, Messrs. J. D. Williams, Enoch Davies and W. T. Jones. KNOCKED POLICEMAN'S HELMET OFF. Daniel Jones, collier, Treorchy, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly and assaulting P.C. Case. According to the evidence of P.C.'s Case and Phillips, defendant had turned out his wife and children at midnight, and defied them with a poker to re-enter the house. When Case endeavoured to pacify the man, he was deliberately struck and kicked, his helmet being knocked off the constable's head. With great difficulty he was taken to the Police Station. P.C. Phillips remarked that he was the most violent man. he had ever had any- thing to do with. Defendant was fined 10s. for being drunk and disorderly, and £3 for the assault. HAD NOT ATTENDED ONE DRILL. John Richard Davies, the young Terri- torial who was charged a fortnight ago with absenting himself from the annual training, was again brought up. He now produced a letter proving that he was sentenced to imprisonment in July last, and was unable to attend camp. Major Davies (magistrates' clerk) said that the annual training covered the drills during the whole year, and the camp, and defendant had not attended one drill. Defendant was fined £1. STEALING COLLIERY LAMP. Thomas Williams, collier, Gilfach Goch, was charged with stealing a colliery lamp, the property of the Britannic Mer- thyr Colliery Company, Gilfach Goch. Taliesin Harris was charged with receiv- ing the lamp, knowing it to be stolen. P.S. Bowen gave evidence, and defen- dants made a clean breast of the whole thing. Fines of JE1 each were imposed. SMART CAPTURE BY WATTSTOWN CONSTABLE. Hugh Williams and Richard Rowlands, young colliers, of Wattstown, were charged with breaking and entering the National Colliery pay office, Wattstown, with intent to commit a felony. Hezekiah Davies, chief clerk at the colliery, said that he left the place fully secured on Saturday before lie left. On Sunday morning, he found that a pane of glass in the dressing-room had been broken. P.C. Dd. Davies said that he visited the colliery offices at one o'clock on Sun- day morning, and found a pane of glass broken in the dressing-room window, and the top part pulled down. Witness got into the room, and found both prisoners in the water-closet, with their backs against the wall. When asked to account for their presence there, Williams said, It is all right, we are looking for money." On the floor at prisoners' feet was an ordinary table knife, which wit- ness picked up and took charge of. Row- lands said, That is my knife. I tried to press the window catch back, but failed. We then smashed the glass and pulled the top part down." Witness took both prisoners to the Porth Police Station, where they were charged. Both prisoners were committed to the Quarter Sessions, bail being allowed. RESISTED ALL THE WAY. Morgan Rees, collier, Cwmparc, was charged with being drunk and disorderly and assaulting the police. P.O. Phillips said he found prisoner in the Stag Hotel, Treorchy, in a drunken and dirty state. He was threatening the cellarman and barmaid, and refused to leave. Witness had to eject defendant, and as he gave him a false name and address, he took him to the Police Station, defendant resisting all the way. P.S. Harris said that as he proceeded to search defendant, the latter kicked out and caught him on the knee. Wit- ness was lame for several days. Defendant, who had 15 previous con- victions for assaulting the police, was fined 10s. for being drunk and disorderly, and C2 for the assault. DANGEROUS PENRHIWFER HOUSES. Mr. W. P. Nicholas made an ex-parte application for an order to remove cer- tain properties near the Golden Age, Penrhiwfer. The houses, said Mr. Nicholas, were overhanging to a danger- ous degree, and were a source of consider- able anxiety to the Council. Mr. W. J. Jones (Surveyor, Rhondda Urban District Council) deposed to prov- ing the service of an order upon the owners, and gave a description of the properties. The application was granted. DRIVERS' OFFENCES. Griffith Winter. Blaenycwm, was fined 5s. for driving a horse and cart without any lights. Charles Ansbury was also fined 5s. for a similar offence. Thomas Morgan was fined 5s. for leav- ing his horse and cart unattended for twenty minutes in Dunraven Street, Tonypandy. DESERTED HIS WIFE. Isaac Geo. Williams, Pontypridd, was summoned for desertion. Mr. Ack Llewellyn said that prisoner had deserted his wife and child seven weeks a"o. His wife and child had since been admitted to the workhouse. Prisoner was committed to twenty- eight days' imprisonment. suspended for tAventy-eiaht days to enable him to pro- vide for his family. MAINTENANCE ARREARS. Martha Matilda Madge. Tonypandy, summoned her husband. Frederick Madge, for maintenance arrears. Complainant said that she. obtained a maintenance order of 14s. a week towards her and her children, and dif endant had not -aid her anything since July. Prisoner was committed to twenty- eight days' imprisonment, suspended for twentv-eight days to enable him to pay complainant.
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B-S Porth Police Court. Thursday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas). Dr. T. W. Parry and Mr. T. P. Jenkins. YNYSHIR LICENSEE'S TROUBLES. Thomas John Evans, collier, of Ynyshir, was charged with refusing to quit the Eagle Hotel, Ynyshir, assaulting the landlord, Daniel Jones, and doing damage to a glass door. Richard Rowlands and John Hughes, also of Ynyshir, were also charged with assaulting the landlord. Mr. W. T. Davies. Porth, appeared to prosecute, and said the prosecutor desired to withdraw the charge against Hughes, as the assault took place on the roadway. The Stipendiary said that he would hear the case first and decide afterwards. All the defendants were absent, having absconded from the district. Prosecutor said that Evans came into the house on the evening of the 13th inst. He was in a rather drunken con- dition, and witness refused him drink. He then became very violent, and witness had to put him out by force. He returned immediately, and as witness was putting him out for the second time he attempted to strike him, but his fist went through the glass of the swing door. Later in the evening, he again returned with the other defendants, and Rowlands asked for drink, which he afterwards handed to Evans. Witness had to turn (ji t the defendants once more, and in doing so was struck on the head by Evans. After stop-tap, as witness was going down the street, he was met by the defendants, who used threatening language towards him. Witness had to seek the protection of the police. Thomas Shortcliff, cellarman at the. house, corroborated. Evans and Rowlands were fined 20s. each for the assault and refusing to quit, and the former 30s.. including costs, for damage. The charge against Hughes was dismissed. A PENRHIWFER COURTSHIP. Lottie Growther (18), single woman, residing with her parents at 31, Penrhiw- fer Road, Penrhiwfer, summoned Arthur Gallaghan (22), colliery rider, Tonyrefail, to show cause, &c. Mr. Richard Hill- Male, Tonypandy, appeared for com- plainant, and Mr. A. T. James (Messrs. Morgan, Bruce, Nicholas, and James) for defendant. Complainant said that she commenced courting defendant in September, 1908, and improper relations took place fre- quently between then and the beginning of the present year. In February, Callaghan left her, and when informed later of her condition, denied he was re- sponsible for it, and alleged that she had been with other men. He. had refused to have anything to do with her since then. Under cross-examination, complainant denied that she and a friend spent last Whit-Monday with two young men from Tonyrefail at Ferryside. She also de- clared it to be untrue that when she reached home that night the door was locked, and had to be taken into the house of a friend, where, she hid in the pantry, and had to be let out on the following morning. Amy Growther, sister of complainant, gave evidence of seeing complainant in Callaghan's company. Defendant denied paternity, but the Bench were of the opinion that the case had been proved, and made an order of 3s. 6d. a week, with costs and advocate's f ee. WIFE DESERTION. David Williams, Clydach Vale, was summoned for desertion. Mr. Ack Llewellyn, warrant officer, Pontypridd Union, said prisoner had deserted his wife and child in September, and was arrested at Anglesey. Prisoner was sentenced to six weeks' hard labour. COAL STEALING. John Williams, Mardy, was fined 15s. for stealing coal from Mardy Colliery tip, the property of Messrs. Davis and Soiic,. FIGHTING. William Gallagher, Tonyrefail, was fined 10s. for fighting, and Henry Peale 15s.
Tonypandy Result What is the result here in Tonypandy P We have heard the good news from neighbouring towns, but somehow nothing has just the same weight with us as the result in our home town. A Tonypandy result like the following, however, must impress us all. Mr. T. Taylor, of 50, Ely Street, Tony- pandy, says —" I had been subject to kidney and bladder complaint for a couple of years, on and off. At times I was hardly able to pass the kidney secretions, which caused a scalding pain, and were discoloured and contained a sandy sub- stance. My back was so bad that I have been off work for four days at a time. At my work as a miner I am mostly always stooping, and it is bad to have anything the matter, especially with the back. The doctor's medicine did not seem to do me good, but the first box of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills eased the bladder trouble splendidly I was able to pass the secretions more freelv and they were clearer. The backache became less severe, too, and I am glad to say that four boxes of Doan's pills cured me. I am not troubled now. I can well recommend the nills. (Signed) Thomas Taylor." Doan's Backache Kidnev Pills are two shillings and ninepence per box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mr. Taylor had. 4905b
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Mid-Rhontida Orpheus Glee Society. Seeond Concert. The second concert of the Mid-Rhondda Orpheus Glee Society, under the con- ductorship of Mr. Emrys Richards, was given on Thursday evening, the pro- gramme including Song of the Waters (Schubert), Sardanapulus (Fllisien David), together with miscellaneous items. The artistes on this night were Mr. Tom Thomas, R.C.M., Miss Bessie Jones, R.C.M., Mr. Willie Richards, and Mr. R. 0. Jones, sunnorted by a power- ful orchestra, under the leadership of Ap Tydfil. The performances, if anything, excelled those given on the previous night, and the choir were greeted with vociferous cheering at the close. Mr. Tom Thomas excelled himself in a rendering of one of the solos- in The Desert," which was omitted on Wednesday evening. The solo was a difficult one in all conscience, and Mr. Thomas' achievement was brilliant. In the miscellaneous portion Miss Jones won golden opinions, her .renderings of "II Bacio and Mignon's Song being received with thunderous annlause. Mr. Tom Thomas was in fine form in Moun- tain Lovers," as were also Messrs. Rich- ards and Jones in the Bedouin Love Song" and" Y Banerwr respectively. Mr. W. P. Nicholas, The Garth, presided.
The Nightingale. The Vigoral Company's renowned nightingale from Geneva, which is to be seen in a golden cage by the door of Messrs. Price and Co.. Central Stores, Pentre, is at present delighting the sense of hearing of the inhabitants of Pentre. The nightingale is certainly a positive marvel of mechanical ingenuity, so much so that the majority who see and hear the feathered songster are under the im- pression that it is the real living beauty of the woodlands. Inside the shop your eyes are attracted by a dainty table where you, are invited by Miss Evenden to take a cup of the most appetising beef drink ever offered, and she will tell you in a very interesting way its valuable properties. Dainty little mugs just right for serving up Vigoral in, are to be secured in return foy a certain number of metal tops from Vigoral jaxs,
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