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BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION.

-----'--COUNTY COUNCIL BYE-ELECTION.

msmamrr. DEATH OF CANON ALLEN.…

THE BARRY VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL.i

COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION, 1898.

ATHLETIC NOTES.

GOOD FRIDAYS' FIXTURE.

BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE FOR…

BARRY MAFS INVENTION.

THE COLLIERS' STRIKE.

BARRY ASSAULT-AT-ARMS --

CORRESPONDENCE.

BARRY COAL FOR THE RUSSIAN…

VALE OF GLAMORGAN RAILWAY

IENARTH CHESS PLAYERS AT BARRY…

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BARRY EASTER MONDAY EISTEDDFOD.

BARRY CASES AT THE SESSIONS

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BARRY CASES AT THE SESSIONS At the Quarter Sessions at Swalsea, on Tuesday last, John Clal k (41), fireman, was charged with breaking and entern g the shop of William Alex- ander Macdonald, Hoiton-road, Barry Dock, and stealing therefrom an overcoat, two pairs of trousers, a vest, two caps, and other articles, on December 29th. Prisoner was undefended, but in answer to the cha.ge stated that he bought the wearing apparel in Bristol. Th jury at ouce re- turned a verdict of "Guilty," and prisoner was sentenced to six months' imprisonment. Michael Healey (28), fi, enian, -,i as charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding John Wat- kins, at Barry Dock, on March 14th. The evidence was of au unsatisfactory character, and the jury returned a verdict of Not guiliy." Elizabeth Perriam (33), was charged with unlaw- fully and maliciously wounding AMUIC Cunningham at Barry Dock, on January 31st. Prosecutrix said that without the slightest provocation prisoner met her on the date in question and she drew a knife across her face, inflicting h rather serious wound from her forehead down to her chin. In cross-examination Mr Gla codine elicited the fact that there waa a row g ing 0n, and prcsecutrix interfering Mrs Perriam struck her on the face with the knife. Tiie jury returned a verdict of "Not guilty," without hearing the whole of the evidence for the defence. Joseph Haydn Davies, a sanitary inspector, aged 32, pleaded guilty to obtaining the sum of 5s by false pretences from Ernest Cook, at Barry, and with incurring a debt of 14s 6d for board and lodgings with George Davies by pretending he had beau appointed manager of the Sanatorium. Pris- oner said he was an applicant for the position, and acted thoughtlessly in making the pretence he did. His character was good, and as he had been in prison two months he was let off with 14 days' hard labour.

OPPOSITION TO THE BARRY RAILWAY…

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