Ton-Pentpe Potice Court. Monday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Mr. T. P. Jenkms, Alderman E. H. Davies, Alderman Rd. Lewis, Messrs. Enoch Davies, D. W. Davies, R.S. Grimths, and J. D. Wil- liams. SHOWERED STONES LIKE RAIN. William Da.vies collier, Clydach Vale, was charged with being drunk and assaulting the police. P.O. Dd. Williams said he saw pnsoner 'near the Library, Worn Terrace, Blaen- clydach. When spoken to and told to go home, he refused, and also declined to give his name and address. Witness then told him he would have to accom- pany him to the police station, and on putting his hand on his shoulder, was struck in the face. A struggle ensued, in the course of which both fell, and wit- ness was kicked several times about the nody. As soon ajs prisoner got up on his ieet, he again struck witness a blow in the face. p o Hawkins then came to witness' assistance, and was struck in the face by prisoner. Eventually, with the assistance of P.S. Evans and P.&. oweet, prisoner was taken to the lony- pandy Police Station, followed by a large crowd, shouting and throwing bottles in ?Idirectlons. ? P.O. Hawkins said that prisoner kicked at every lamp-post on the way to the Police station while stones were showered ?Pon the police like rain. Witness was struck with a half-pint bottle by some- one in the crowd. P.S. Evans corroborated. Prisoner said that had the police not Put the handcuffs upon him in the tirst place, he would have gone quietly with them. The''Bench commented severely on pri- soner's conduct, and said that had it not "been for the good character he had borne Curing the three years he had lived in the neighbourhood, he would be sent to Prison without the option of a hne.. Fines of £2 "lOs. in respect of each of the assaults upon Pr. C.'s Williams and Hawkins, and 10s. for being drunk and disorderly were imposed. COAL STEALING. John James Bryant, collier, Treher- bert, was fined l6s. for stealing a sack of coal, value Is. 6d., from the Yiiysyfcio Colliery, Treherbert. the property of the Troedyrblw Coal Company. P.S. Owen proved the case. UNATTENDED HORSES. Henry Davies, a mineral water van- driver in the employ of Messrs. Thomas and Evans, was fined 5s. for leaving his horse and cart unattended outside the Ystrad Hotel. P.O. Young watched the horse for ten minutes, and afterwards went inside the hotel, where he saw defendant in the smoke-room. Defendant said that he placed a boy to watch the horse, and that he was playing xnarbles when the omcer came on. William Tucker, Treorchy, was hned Ss. for a similar oRence. Thomas How ells. haulier. Gelli, was also fmed 5s. for leaving his horse un- attended. P.O. Rowe proved the case. LIGHT-LESS OFFENCES. „ 'Frederick Vaughan, Treherbert, was "?d 5s. for drivins: a, horse and cart with ?one tight. c Th, Wilmington, Trehe.rbert, was T? ?. for driving with no lights. Ernest Knowles. Ystrad, was hned 5s. ?a similar offence. ?rank Studley, Tonypandy, was hned "?- for drivins- without lights at full .gallop.
Porth Police coupto Thursday.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr. D. Lleufer Thomas), Messrs. T: P. Jen- kins and David Thomas. THE FRESH AIR CfURB. Frede.rick Randall, William Morris, Elizabeth Jane Lewis, Sarah Reynolds, and Mary Williams, all of Pontypndd, were charged with sleeping out. The Stipendiary said that all the pri- Boners had a, long list of previous convic- tions against them. and they woutd there- fore be severely dealt with. Randall was sentenced to one month's imprisonment; Morris, one day; Ehz. Jane Lewis, seven days; Sarah Reynolds, three weeks; and Mary Williams, who ?as also charged with using indecent ?D?uage, was sentenced to fourteen days. FIFE'S REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS Sarah Davies, Mardy, summoned her ?ba,nd Michael Davies, for persistent ':lty. Mr Spickernell (Messrs. Spickett ? Sons, Pontypridd) appeared for the ?Plainant, and Mr. Horatio Phillips, "?dale defended.. Complainant said that she was married ? the defendant on the 22nd of February, 1909. ? yery short time after, he started ?o treat her badly. She had been com- piled to leave him off and on since their marriage. She left him permanently on December 18th. On that date he was Paid at work, and came home and hid the money. She looked for it, as she wanted to buy food, and subsequently found it. Her husband became very angry, and caught her by the throat and tried to strangle her, saying, "Pll drop for you." On one occasion he kept her without money for six weeks, and she kent herself bv dressmakins. but at times she was unable to go on with her' employ- ment, as she suffered from Bright s disease. He usually kept most of his money, and went out spending it on illiards, &c. She had had one child before she knew defendant, and previous, ? their marriage he seemed to be very ?d of the child, but after, he was angry ?bout it. When going out he very f re- cently told her, I wish you would die ?t of the way by the time I come back; .?e smell of the grave is on you." One *?e. when he was in one of his nasty m.oods, he threw her skirt into the fire. ? was also in the habit of forcing her *?g8 off her hand, making it quite purple ? ?y painful. ?hzabeth Phillips, mother of the com- P?nant; Margretta Vaughan, sister; -d Gwen Williams, a neighbour, gave ?oborative evidence. tht?? ?? ?? ? ?? ??? ?? '? habit of drinking, and he always gave f?s wages, which sometimes amounted a-,3 15s. a fortnight. He did not ?a-?tt her once, and denied saying that ? ?shed her dead. He did not throw ? skirt in the nre. She got angry and threw it at him as she was dressing, and he threw it back. and it fell en the fender. A separation order was granted, defen- dant to pav 7s. 6d. a week towards his wife's maintenance. THEFT OF A FOWL. Maggie Thomas, an elderly woman, of Ynyshir, was charged with stealing a fowl, the property of John Palmer, Ynyshir.. Mrs. Palmer, wife of prosecutor, said that she had missed several fowls lately. She could not identify the fowl, but said that the feathers were the same as those on the missing bird. P C. Mitchell said that he searched defendant's house, and found the fowl hidden in a bedroom, and the feathers in a corner of the pantry. Defendant, wdth a smile, pleaded guilty. A fine of 30s. was imposed. AN UNUSUAL APPLICATION. Rebecca Stella, Ynyshir, sued Robert Nicholas for burial expenses of their illegitimate child. Applicant said that she obtained an order of 3s. 6d. a week for the mainten- ance of the child on February 3rd, but it had died since. The application was granted. COAL STEALING. The following were fined for stealing coal: -Sarah Ann Brain, Tyiorstown, 10s.; Henry Williams, Tyiorstown, 10s.; Wm Prosser, Trehanog, 10s, Thomas Rogers, Trebanog, 10s. Wm. James, Pontvgwaith, 10s. Rose Sheepway, Pontygwaith, 5s.; Margaret Edwards, Pontygwaith, 10s. INEBRIATES. Edward Derrot, P<mtygwaith, 15s. Patrick O'Keefe, Mardy, 15s. Thos. Melins, Stanleytown. 10s. Griffith Jones, Williamstown, 10s.
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Drift Disaster at Ogmore Vale. Journey of Trams Runs Wild. Two Kitted, othefs Injured. A very serious accident happened at Messrs. Oory Bros. and Co/s new Pen- llwynwent Colliery on Wednesday morn- ing last, resulting in the death of two men, serious injury to a. third, .while others received minor injuries. The col- liery is a drift descending in varying gradients to the steam measures. The colliera on the night shift had finished their work and were making: their way to the surface, when on ascending the very steep "B" drift, they were encountered by a runaway journey of empty trams. These crashed into another empty journey lower down the drift, and as a result of the impact Matthew Wilson (40) was killed outright, Thomas Meyrick (oO) was injured so badly that he succumbed while being carried home. Richard Williams (28) wais seriously injured, while others received only slight injuries, but narrow escapes. Matthew Wilson was a native of Ogmore, and resided with his widowed mother at Fronwen Farm. Thomas Meyrick leaves a widow at Abertridwr. The inquest on the bodies was held on Thursday at the Church Mission Room, Mr. S. H. Stockwood (coroner) presiding.. A verdict of Accidental death was returned, the jury adding regret that the men were not adhering strictly to the colliery regulations re ascending the drift while the machinery was in motion. They also recommended the management to place an omcial at the bottom of the drift to see that the rule was carried out. The remains of Thomas Meyrick were conveyed on Friday to his home, where they were interred. Matthew Wilson was interred at Mangeinor Churchyard on Saturday, the funeral cortege being a lengthy one. We understand that the other injured man is making satisfactory progress.
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Forth Chamber of Trade A meeting of the above Chamber was held at the W ashington Hotel on Wed-I nesday evening, when Mr. J. T. Jones presided over a representative attendance. Speaking on behalf of the deputation appointed to wait upon the Forth Trades and Labour Council re Incorporation, Mr. Jones said that the Council had con- sented to join with the Chamber in call- ing a public meeting. Apf'opos of the appeal to the Rhondda Urban District Council for improved lighting at Forth, the Secretary read the following letter from Mr. W. P. Nicholas. Clerk to the Council:— Dear Sir,—I have no doubt that the Council will grant a hearing at their next meeting, on Friday next, to a deputation represe.nting your Chamber with reference to the question of the lighting of Forth. Please, therefore, arrange a deputation to be in attend- ance here on that day. A deputation, consisting of the Chairman (Mr. J. T. Jones), Messrs. Wm. Evans (Thomas and Evans), W. P. Smith-Da vies and J. Thompson, were deputed to wait upon the Council and to iay the matter before them. The following letter was also read from Mr. Nicholas with regard to the Shop Hours Act and its operation at Forth: — Dear Sir,—I am duly in receipt of your letter of the 15th inst. The draft of the proposed Closing Order is ready, and is to be submitted to the Health Committee at the next meeting, after which the usual steps will be taken to publish the same. The draft order will contain a proviso dealing with the holiday period. Mr. W. S. Williams (Bon) introduced the following motion:—" That application be made to the postmaster to have (1) the telegraph instrument removed from the counter; (2) larger opening in the letter- box for newspapers, &c. (3) telephone call instruments installed at Cymmer, Aberrbondda. Nythbran and Britannia; (4) better facilities in the oSice; (5) a later despatch in the night, about 11 p.m." The need of removing the tele- graph instrument from the counter, Mr. Williams pointed out, was perfectly clear, as anyone who understood the sounder was able to possess himself of any mes- sage transmitted in his presence. In support of call offices in the districts mentioned, the Secretary said that his idea was that it would be so much better and also quicker to ring up the post omce in case of anyone wishing to send a tele- graphic message. His proposal for a later despatch would place Forth in the same position as Pontypridd and Tre- hafod. Mr. T. Davies seconded the motion., while Mr. John Davies, supporting it, said that he himself could understand the telegraph instrument, and thought that it should be removed from the counter. He also pointed out the necessity of a later despatch. Referring to the after- noon despatch, Mr. Davies said that a letter posted at Forth at 1.30 would not be delivered at Ynyshir until the follow- ing morning, and that, though they pos- sessed a head onice, they were really no better with it than they were 40 years ago. It was resolved to make an application by letter to the postmaster. Reverting to the question of a iern- torial Corps for Forth, the Secretary stated that he had ascertained that there were sumcient Territorials at Forth to establish a fine company there. Inasmuch as the Chamber had already expended money in this direction, he thought it unwise to allow the matter to fall through. After further consideration, the ques-, tion was relegated to the sub-committee previously appointed to deal with it.
Ogmore Vale, Pleasant .Saturday Evening.—The Eng- lish Congregational held another of tiM)u- Saturday evening meetings on the 12th inst., Mr. R. Dement presiding over a good gathering. An excellent series of competitions was gone through, with Mr. D. Lewis as adjudicator. Great interest was displayed throughout the competi- tions, and a, very enjoyable time was spent.
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