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BARRY DOCK POLICE. FRIDAY. Before Mr J. S. BATCHELOR and Mr J. LawHoN. NO LICENSE. Edward Bowen Radley, Cadoxton,. appeared to answer the charge of keeping a dog without a license, and pleaded guilty.—Fined 7s 6d. CARELESS HAULIERS. Arthur Lennon, haulier, was charged with leaving his horse unattended on the highway at Barry Dock, evidence in support of the charge being given by Police-constable Herbert Evans. Defendant said he sold sawdust, and the police could catch him twenty times a day, as he was too poor to engage a boy to look after his horse.— Lennox had previously been convicted for the same offence, and was now fined 7s 6d.—Two other hauliers, name Alfied Bumford and John Coleman, were also ordered to pay 7s 6d each for allowing their horses to stray on the highway. CHIMNEY ON FIRE. John Clarke, Barry Dock, for allowing his chimney to be on fire, was mulcted in the payment of a fine of Is for a case proved against him by the police. NUT-BROWN BEER. Those who were proved to have indulged not wisely but too well in copious draughts of the nut- brown beer were dealt with in the iollowing order John Williams, Mary Jane Lloyd, John Aldridge, and Walter AUridge, 5s each John Crocker and John Aldridge, 7s 6d each whilst a warrant was issued for the compulsory attendance of James Sweeoej. ALLEGED INDECENCY. Samuel Harvey, a young seaman, was brought up in custody charged with attempting to commit an indecent assault upon a widow named Mrs Ellen Sullivan, of 26, Adam-street, Cardiff, in a third- class compartment on the Barry Railway. It appears that on Wednesday evening the couple were riding in the same compartment between Cadoxton and Cardiff, when prisoner caught hold of complainant around the waist and otherwise attempted to take liberties with her. On the arrival of the train at the last-named place prisoner was given into custody. He now denied the offence, but was sent by the magistrates to prison for 14 days' hard labour. MONDAY. Before Mr JOHN LOWDON and Mr W. W. NELL. NO LIGHTS ON THE ISLAND. William Henry Date, a haulier, was fined 7s 6d including costs for driving a horse and trap in Plymouth-road, Barry Island, without having lights. THE STRIKERS AGAINST TEMPERANCE. Arthur Watkins, who was represented by his wife, was the first to appear on the list of those charged with being drunk and disorderly, aud owing to his absence he was fined 7s 6d Florence Wright, for drunkenness and unseemly conduct in Holton-road, was ordered to pay 5s Amelia TroLt, a Cadoxtonian, was, on the evidence of Police- constable Wingrove, ordered to appear under a warrant issued against her and Margaret Evans, an elderly lady, expressed sorrow for a drunkenness offence, which she attributed to her husband's conduct, and was fined a crown. William Driscoll, charged with a similar offence, was fined a like sum John Hewett, for drunkenness and fighting in Graving Dock-street on Sunday morning last, was fined 7s 6d Annie Deverell,. a woman of ill- fame, was brought up upon two charges of drunkenness and disorderly conduct at Cadoxton, the last occasion being Sunday night in Barry-road, when she was arrested. A lengthy list of previous offences was produced from Cardiff and Penarth Court, and she was now sent to the peaceful abode at Adamsdown for 14 days, theie to be put to bard labour. THEFT OF TIM1SEK. Oliver Campbell, labourer, was brought up in custody charged with stealing a piece of timber, value Is 3d, the property of Alban Richards, contractor, Barry Dock.—Police-constable Encch Jones deposed that at 7 p.m. on Sanday he saw the prisonr carrying a piece of timber from a building [in course of erection at the rear of Bassett-street. He followed the man and arrested him, and on being questioned said he had picked up the timber to put it on one ide. -The Bench imposed a tine of 20s including costs, or -even days. THE USE OF SUBWAYS. The dangerous practice of crossing the railway at the stations, instead of passing beneath the subways on the Barry Railway, received a tem- porary check on Monday by the Barry magistrates, 'who imposed a fine of 20s and costs upon John Millward for persisting in doing this in defiance of the caution of a railway porter named Albert William Hughes. Inspector Osborne (who repre- sented the Barry Company in court) said that defendant had narrowly escaped being run over in consequence of his actior.

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