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YR AELWYD GYMREIG.

A CADOXTON WOMAN'S ELOPEMENT.…

BARRY FUND FOR RESERVISTS'…

THE WAR.

ST. DAVID'S DAY CELEBRATION.

--DISTRICT NEWS.

FOOTBALL NOTES.

Family Notices

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SN AP SHOTS.

BARRY RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

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BURIAL INCIDENT at BARRY DOCK.…

'THEFT OF COAL.

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THEFT OF COAL. A COMMON PRACTICE. Thomas Ashton, a platelayer, was charged at the Barry Dock Police-court on Friday with steal- ing 401be of coal, the property of the Barry Railway Company, on the 16th ult.—Dock-constable Harper said he siw piisoner carrying a bag on the day in question. He asked the man what itjeon- tain-d, and he said it was coal he had picked up Iter Colebroak Farm, on the Barry Railway.— Prisoner said he had noticed the coal lying there f r a week past, and did not think there could be much harm in his raking it.—Richard Jones, labourer, 11. Palmerstown-road, deposed that pri- soner did not have the coal from the railway.- Servant Davies also ga I't' evidence, and this being the prisoner's first offence, he was fined 7s 6d, or seven tlayi;A like charge was preferred against Wm Wliite, a labourer, w i-o was in company with the last defendant, and als i took 40lbs of coal on the 16th ult. —Dock-uotis:able Weeks proved this case, and a like penalty with the same alternative was inflicted on him.

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