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Ton-Pentpe 'Po!!ce Court. Monday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Mr. T. P. Jenkms, Alderman E. H. Davies, Alderman wm. 'Morgan, Messrs. Enoch Davies and 'V. T. Jones. STIPENDIARY'S NEW RULE AS TO DANCES. Mr. F. T Studd, manager of the Olympia Skating Rink, Pentre, applied 'for an extension or license on Friday next on the occasion of the Pentre Hockey Club dance. The Stipendiary said he would like to have a list of names of the gentlemen who were prepared to act as stewards, and to become responsible for the good con- duct of the dance, and for that purpose he ask ed- that the application be. repeated at Pontypridd on Wednesday. SHIRTS AND BOOTS. James Roberts, labourer, of no fixed abode, was charged with stealing four 'shirts, value 15s., the property of Wm. Henrv, Empire Clothing Co., Hannah Street, Perth, oo David John Woolcock, pumpsman, SM, Leslie Terrace, Forth, said he saw pri- soner take the shirts off a nail outside prosecutor's shop on Saturday last. He gave information to the proprietors. David Arthur Davies, assistant in pro- secutor's employ, said that on receipt of information he followed prisoner, and saw him throw the shirts over some. mailings. P.C. Evans, Trehafod, proved to arrest- ing prisoner in Hannah Street later in the evening..1, ,1 Prisoner, who pleaded guilty to the charge, was nexjt charged jointly with another prisoner named Bake with steal- ing a, pair of boots, value 7s, lid., the property of Geo. Oliver. Arthur James, labourer, Ynyshir, said he was with. his wife in Hannah Street -on Saturday evening. He saw Bake take a pair of boots from a nail outside Messrs. Oliver's boot shop, and hand them to Roberts. Witness followed both men to the Perth Hotel, where he subsequently pointed them out to the police. Roberts said it was he who took the boots. He did not see the other man at all. A nne of 10s. in each case was imposed upon Roberts, or fourteen days. Bake was fined 10s. TEN DAYS FOR 1/8. Thomas Garrett, labourer, was charged with stealing Is. 8d. from a fellow-lodger, Harry Hughes, at 26, Coedpenmaen Rd., Coedpenmaen, on 28th January. Prisoner admitted stealing the money and spending it in various public-houses. A fine of 15s., or ten days, was im- posed. NOT FLOWING WITH MILK AND HONEY." Fredk. Jenkins, collier, Clydach Vale, was charged with having deserted his wife and family, who had become charge- able to the Pontypridd Union. Mr. Ack Llewellyn, warrant omcer, 'prosecuted, and said prisoner had been in America, since he left his wdfe. Prisoner said he was very sorry and was prepared to refund the money to the Gua.rdia.nf5. That would not purge the offence," observed the Stipendiary. "-You left your wife and children and went to America. If it were a land flowing with milk and honey, as you thought it was, I don't suppose" you would have returned." Sentence of six weeks' hard labour was Passed. TAILORESS AND" COMMERCIAL." Elsie Boncombe (single), tailoress, of 69, Court Street, Tonypandy, summoned Stanley Williams, a. commercial traveller in the employ of the Quaker Tea Co., to show cause, &c. Mr. Harold Lloyd, Car- diir, appeared for the complaiiipnt, and Mr. Leonard Porcher, Pontypridd, for the defendant. Complainant said that on the 1st Jan. last year she went to stay with her mar- ried sister at Springneld Cottage, Lin- stod. North Devon. Defendant, who was a friend of the family, was staying there at the time. On the following Sunday morning, when she and defendant were alone in the house, the latter came to her bedroom, locked the door, and im- proper relations ensued. He left on the following morning, and she remained for a week longer. She gave birth to a child in October last. Gertrude Kelly, complainant's sister, said that defendant had stayed at her house on several occasions, but not since the alleged affair with her sister took place. She wa,s on friendly terms with defendant's wife, and correspondence passed between them. On the day the misconduct was said to have taken ptaee, witness said she left home early in the morning to do some housework for a lad-, and did not return till- late in the 'evening. Her husband, who had also left the house in the morning, did not return Until the afternoon. Mr. Lloyd then called upon .the defen- dant, who admitted staying at Mrs. Kelly's house on the dates mentioned. On the Sunday morning in question com- plainant brought a cup of tea to his bed* room door, but did not come. into the room. He gave an absolute, denial to 'bhe story that he entered complainant's room and misconducted himself with her. Mr. Porcher submitted that he had no <;ase to a.nswer, as there was not a tittle of corroboration from beginning, to end. The Bench held a similar view, and the case was dismissed. EX PUBLICAN AND HIS WIFE. John Eynon, formerly licensee of the Black Lion Inn, Llandovery, and now residing with his brother at Pentre, applied to vary a maintenance order of 10s. a week granted to his wife. Mr. D. W. Jones, solicitor, Pentre, appeared for the applicant, and Mr. Spickernell (Messrs. Spickett, Pontypridd) appeared for the respondent. Mr. Jones said that as the result of an action at the 'Glamorgan Assizes appli- cant had filed his petition -for bankruptcy, a.nd the examination proceedings were pending. He subsisted entirely on bene- fit monies amounting to 32s. per fortnight paid him by the Oddfellows and Ivorites lodges at Treorchy, out of which sum he paid 12s. per week to his brother for board and lodging. Applicant, in the box, gave testimony as to the above particulars. In cross- examination, he. declared that be had sold three houses which had formerly belonged to him, and also the Black Lion Inn (on which there was a C400t mort- gage) for £vOO. He emphatically denied that this was a plaint to deprive his wife of a share of the. money which rightly belonged to her. All the particulars ,e relating to the above were now in the hands of the Omcial Receiver at Carmar- then. The Stipendiary held that the best course to adopt would be to adjourn the ca<se pending the Offieial Receiver's examination. Applicant was, however, ordered to continue the payments to his wife in the meantime. STRAPPED HIS BOYS. Alfred Hadley, labourer, 96, Marian Street, Clydach Vale, was summoned for causing unnecessary suffering to his two children. It will be remembered that when the case was mentionl in Court a fortnight ago, Mrs. Ann Evans, with whom defendant lodged, was mentioned as being implicated in the charge, and In her absence a warrant was issued for her arrest. The warrant has since been taken out but not served, it being stated that she had fled the country to America on account of these, proceedings. Mr. Spickernell prosecuted on behalf of the N.S.P.C.C., and said that the two children, the subject of this charge, were the onspring of a marriage contracted between the defendant and a woman whose husband was afterwards found to be living. The woman returned to her husband, but the two boys remained with their father in various lodgings. Robert Ralph Williams, headmaster, Clydach Vale Schools, said that defen- dant's two boys, Willie and E'-nest, were at school on the- 21st December. He had them brought from their classes, and stripped and examined by Dr. Gabe Jones. The elder boy's back was one mass of black marks, extending down his legs as far as his ankles. The other boy was in a similar condition, and had, in addition, a contused wound over the eye and a wound behind the ear. They were well nourished and well fed. In answer to a question, one of the boys said that he had been beaten with a belt by his father the previous night. Corroborative evidence Was given by Dr. Gabe Jones, Inspector Thomas, N.S.P..C.O., and P.C. Thorburn. Defendant said that when he came home from work on the night of the 20th December, he found one of the boys cry- ing. Asked why he did so, he gave no answer. Mrs. Eivans, the landlady, said she had beaten him for arguing with her. This woman," added the defendant, kept on telling me about him until she drove me mad, and I gave him another couple of 'straps. He denied that he was in the habit of beating the boys when their backs were bare. He expressed his willingness that the boys should be. taken to a home to be properly looked after, and was prepared to contribute towards their maintenance. A fine of 30s. was imposed. TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET. Evan Thomas, Treherbert, was charged with travelling without a. ticket on the Taff Vale Railway, and giving a false name and address Mr. Ingledew, Car- din', prosecuted for the Tag Vale Railway Company. Hugh Wbodneld, ticket collector in the employ of the Company at Treherbert, said that on January 4th defendant arrived at Treherbert Station, and when asked for his ticket he handed witness one which was so badly defaced that the name of the passenger's destination was completely obliterated. Defendant told him that the ticket was from Cardiff to Treherbert, but witness noticed the fare printed on the ticket, which was Is. 8d., being the fare from Cardiff to Ystrad. He asked defendant for his name and address, and the one given proved to be wrong. Wm. Robert Charde, booking clerk at Cardiff, proved (by the number on the ticket) that the ticket was issued to Ystrad. A fine of 7s. 6d. was..imposed for travelling without a ticket, and 10s. for giving the wrong address.
Operetta at Trealaw.
Operetta at Trealaw. Two performances of Chas. H. Gabriel's operetta, "The Picnic Party," were given a.t the Judge's Hall, Trealaw, on Thurs- day and Saturday last by Seion (C.M.), Trealaw. Band of Hope, under the baton of Mr. Tom Davies. The singing was of a high standard, whilst the solo parts were excellently taken. The most in- teresting features were the "Brownies" (woodland dwarfs). These dark-skinned little creatures kept the audience in roars of laughter all the while they appeared. Misses Annie Ellis and Ceinwen Miles accompanied.
Tonypandy The annual preaching, services of Hermon (O.M.), Tonypandy, were held on Sunday last, when the Rev. James Lamb, Abergwaun, omciated.
Dean's enquiry Resumed.
Dean's enquiry Resumed. ANOTHER TONYPANDY REPORT. The representative specially commis- stoned to investigate the. Tonypandy cures of kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, reported in the local Press during the past few years, forwards the following statement by a Tonypandy man. Mr. John Hughes, of 174, Eenry Street, Tonypandy, says:— I have no doubt it is ten years since I had the nrst sign of kidney and bladder disorder; there was a smarting pain in passing the water, which was thick and gravelly, and there was a, frequent desire, to pass it. When t stooped there were stabbing pains in my back. Having a lot of bending at my work, I was subject to backache. I tried many medicines, but it was only Doan's Backache Kidney Pills that suited me. When I had taken one box of them I could do my work without so much dimculty, and I decided to keep on with the pills. A thorough course of them quite relieved me of all the kidney and bladder trouble.. I hope my experience will be of help to other sufferers. (Signed) John Hughes." Four years after his cure, Mr. Hughes said: —" Time has served to increase my confidence in Dean's Backache Kidney Pills; they made me well after a great deal of suffering, and they have kept me well. The. pills deserve all the recom- mendation I give them. Dean's Backache Kidney Pills are two shillings and ninepence ner box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of nil chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Fbster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street; London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of nills as Mr. Hughes had. 4905m
Porth Police Court.
Porth Police Court. Thursday.—'Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas) and Mr. T. P. Jen- kins. A CHEAP RIDE. Wm. Hilditch, a Mardv collier, was cliara:ed with travelling without a ticket on the Taif Vale Railway. Mr. G. K. Jenkins (Messrs. Walter Morgan, Bruce. Nicholas, and James, Pontypridd) ap- pea'red for the Company. George Hewinson, uorter in the employ of the Taif Vale Railway at Mardy, said that on Christmas Eve, 1909, he was on duty to collect tickets from passengers that on Christmas Eve, 1909, he was on duty to collect tickets from passengers on the 11 p.m.. train. Defendant was amongst the passengers, and when asked for his ticket he said tl)at he liad lost ¡ it, and refused to pay the fare. Witness, I notbein?; satisfied with t?i& excuse, called the stationmaster. Eventually the defen- I dant disappeared over the station ratlings. Geo. Matthew Lewis, stationmaster at Mardy, corroborated, adding that on January 3rd he recoo'nised the defendant whilst he was procuring a ticket to Car- diff, and obtained his name and address. The defendant then said to witness, I was too drunk to know what I was doing." David Edwards, T.V.R. detective, said that 200 tickets had been issued at Fern- dale for Mardy, and 200' tickets had been collected at the latter place therefore, defendant could not have lost his ticket. Defendant was also charged with using indecent language, and was fined 10s., a fine of 1,5s. being imposed for the first offence. ADDING INSULT TO INJURY. Rose Read, Ferndale, was charged with stealing two shirts, value 6s. lOd. James Barnes O'Hare, pawnbroker, Ferndale, said that he missed two shirts on Saturday last. On the same day. defendant came to the shop to pawn one of them. Defendant was dealt with under the First Offenders' Act and was bound over. UNLICENSED PEAS AND FAGGOTS. John Seal, Blaenclydach, wa,s charged with keeping a refreshment shop without a license. P.O. Moore said that on the 17th Oct., 1909, about 11 p.m., he saw two men being served with green peas and faggots. He went inside, and asked defendant if he had a license. The reply was in the negative. 'Witness also saw four other men regaling themselves with green peas an'd faggots. Mr. Finucane, Supervisor of Inland Revenue, said that defendant had not taken out a license. A fine of 10s. was imposed. KEEPING UP THE PACE. William Price, Perth, haulier in the employ of Mr. J. 'Williams, butcher, Perth, was charged with ill-treating a horse. The police gave evidence to the effect that the horse defendant was driving was going at full gallop, and defendant still kept hitting it unmercifully. Defendant said that his pony had been frightened by a, tramcar and had bolted. A iine of 10s. was Imposed.
Loostt Anrtateur Tatcnt Matinee
Loostt Anrtateur Tatcnt Matinee A special matinee was given on Satur- day afternoon last at the Tony pandy Empire for the sole benefit of local amateur talent. There were close on 40 entries, but a number of these turns were obviously unsuitable for the stage, or the quality was lacking. In several cases singers were. unable to hit on the right note to commence with. and others were so bad that the premature fall of the curtain gave the audience a happy release. Of course., these unrehearsed effects were extremely amusing to on- lookers, who did not forget to drop one or two sympathetic remarks. Never- theless, some very good displays of talent were witnessed. The two nrst prizes were two lucrative engagements to appear at thf Empire for a week. The. Sisters Williams (Perth), In a, pretty scena, The Flower Girl." came off with prime honours, whilst The Merry Wizard," with his amusing Welsh patter, came oN second. The third prize (10s.') was won hv Mr. Jack Lloyd (tenor'). The. fourth prize was awarded to Messrs. Cumming.s and Lewis, comedians. Those highly commended are as foLlow —The Treher- bert Trio, Ben Thompson, Cass White (the handcuff king), and the Treorchy Apollo Glee Society. The Judges were Mr. "Dusty" Rhodes and Mr. Chas. M. Duly.
Pentre. Vour Photograph in Five different positions for Sixpence, or Ten ways for 1/ Hundreds of People who say thay "take badlv" have sampled these and have been so pleased with the that they have ordered Cabinets and Friargenients. This is why we l1an make slIch an astonishin- g offer. Taken day'or night at LESTER & Co.'s Studio, the well. known Coupon Photographers, 72, LleweUyn Stirf' PENTRE.
Ystfad LancS!ord s Fall from…
Ystfad LancS!ord s Fall from Window. VtCtiM to !nso!W<nta Mr. R. J. Rhys, coroner, held an in- quest at Ystrad-Rhondda on Monday touching the death of Mr. John Herbert Churchill (45), landlord of the Ystrad Hotel. Mrs. Churchill said her husband had suifered from Insomnia consequent upon an accident. She had constantly watched him, as at times he had become light- headed. On Thur-sday night they were together In the sitting-room, and she dozed. Missing him when she awoke she called to him. Before she could stop him he had opened a. window, and evidently trom a, conversation they had had pro- !? viously he was under the impression he was going by train, and was opening the carriage door. He fell a distance of some 30 feet on to a wash tub in the adjoining premises. He died the following day. Dr. N. Sherlow, assistant to Dr. W. E. Thomas, attributed death to pressure of blood on the brain caused by the accident. A verdict in accordance with the medical evidence was returned.
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