MISS JENNER AND THE PUBLICAN. COMPLAINT AGAINST A NEIGHBOUR. MONEY ON A WHITE PLATE. Miaa Gertrude Jenner, of Typica, Wenvoe, attired in holiday costume, occupied her accus- tomed seat at the solicitors' table at Barry Police-court on Monday. There was only one magistrate in attendance, viz., Mr David Davids, and the latter announced that the cases requiring two magistrates would have to be adjourned until the court would resume its sitting just before two o'clock. Miss Jenner remarked upon the serious in- convenience thus caused. Mr David Davies Suppose you state what you have to say before me now. It will be just the same as if there were two justices here. Miss Jenner: Quite as well, especially with such an experienced magistrate as yourself on the bench. Proceeding, Miss Jenner said she did riot, like these ex parte applications as a rule, but she was, she declared, bound to do it. It was against Thomas Graham, of the Wenvoe Arms, Wt nvoe, but she was not going to name the whole of the particulars. This man had refused her on special dates sixpenny worth of brpjid and cheese, and a pennyworth of Huntley and Palmer's biscuits. The gentleman whose name appeared at the bead of the list of local magistrates visited Wenvoe annually and called upon h^r Mr David Davies Excuse me, but place your appl icatioa as shortly as you can. Miss Jenner said she could not find any pre- cedent f 1 such a thing, and proceeded to refer to the proceedings of the last licensing day, a local bank ruptcy case, and thp fact that a beer store h;i been abided to the Wenvoe Arms, and expressed regret at the illness of Mr J. W. Morris, the magistrates' clertt. Mr David Ditvies How far does the opening of that stores affect this court ? Miss Jenn-r Another reason is that I am very much averse to living by a man who tells nte that be is going to annoy me as much as he can, aud he has opened this new stores. Mr David Davies What do you want us to do? Miss Jenner I want to know is there any connection between the licensed house and the new stores. I want to know whether the magistrates are to be governed by Mr Morris, who tells me that they have nothing to do with the new stores. These stores were never built until five or six months ago. Is there no pre- eedlut-if I may ask the question-where a person tenders money for food in a house of refreshment and is refused ? Mr D. Davies Money was tendered ? Miss Jenner Yes, on a white plate. Mr D. D ivies: Do you actually state that the man refused to supply you when you tendered the money ? Miss Jeriuar Yes and what is more, I am sorry for the wife, but I must explain the cir- cumstances. I said, I shall be glad of three- pennyworth of bread and cheche." 8he took the piate and 6d, and after returning said, Miss Jenner, I'm sorry I can't give it you." Mr D. Davies You had better not refer to the wife, perhaps. But having heard what you have said, I urn advised that we cannot inter- fere. Wf have no power to do anything. Miss Jenner said that was a point of law, and taking up Stone's Justices' Manual," declared that inert' was a case in 1878. "It just comes to this," she concluded, "that there is no pre- ceden' and I now can go up to London and tell them that I have made an ex parte applica- tion to your Worship." Mr D. Davies As for the point of law you had bcttei go to higher authorities. ML-s Jenner said there was another point. She bud beni disturbed by a gang of roughs after 8 and 9 o'clock at night. bp, was quite satisfied with the source of it. Mr David David thereupon said he bad heard all, and Miss Jenner with a polite bow.left the court, thanking the. sitting mogistrate. as she did so.
( STREET BETTING AT BARRY TATE RSALL'S DISTURBED. Successful Police Prosecutions. MAGISTERIAL WARNING. At the Barry Dock Police Court on Thursday in last week (before Mr John Duncan and Mr J. W. Pyrnan) cas-s were heard in which Frederick Thomas Thrush, of 20, Welford- street. Barry, and George Griggs, of 39, George street, Barry Dock, both described as commis- sion agents, were separately summoned under the County Council bye-laws for assembling with others on the public street for the purpose of betting. Mr Alfred Jackson, solicitor, appeared for the defendants. Police-constable Poolman stated that o ) the 18th June he saw Thrush standing in a lane leading from Sydenham-street, Barry Dock, and watched him for an hour. During that time he saw a large number of men go up to defendants, some four at a time, and hand him slips of paper and something which prisoner put into his trousers pocket. After receiving the slips defendant took out a notebook and entered something upon it. At times defen- dant also referred to some newspapers. At 1.40 p.m. witness spoke to defendant, who bad two or three men with him at the time, and was making a note of something in his book. Wit- ness told defendant that be would be reported for street b, ttii,g, and defendant replied, "Oh, are you?" Witness also saw a number of slips of uaper sticking out of Lis waistcoat pocket. Cross examined by Mr Alfred Jackson, witness said that he s w defendant at a dis- tance of between 40 and 80 yards, and was able to see the men. There was a crowd of seamen near, the defendant being only about thret or four yards from the main street. Police-con- stable Beedles corroborated the evidenc Mr Jackson submitted that onlv n. cise of MHpicion bad be-n made out, the evidence of the police as to wt»nt t'y saw, he contended, being insufficient to clearly prove what Thrush was doing at the time. The Bench notified that they considered a case had been made out, and they imposed a mitigated fine of 20s and cos's, a« this was the first case of the kind in the district. In tiriggs' cise. it was stated hy Deputy- Chief COllstabL. Giddings that this defendant was standing on the main thoroughfare. Mr Jackson replied that he could call evidence to disprove this. Mr John Duncan intimated that as these were first cases the question of position would not materially affect: their deci- sion on this occasion, and they imposed in this instance also a fine of 20s and costs, at the same time desiring it to be understood that any future cases would ba differently treated.
NEW ISLAND 1 ORT. BAPI ISM OF FIRE BY LOCAL VOLUN- TEERS. On Saturday a detachment of the No. 11 Company Glamorgan Artillery Volunteers, who are about to proceed to Shoeburyness for train- ing purposes, tried the i ew guns placed in the fort on Barry Island. A target was towed out into the Channel, and during the afternoon some capital practice was enjoyed. Colonel Hopkins, commander of the Western Division, was present during the operations in addition to Colonel Fry and Major S. A. Brain. Although at first the emplacemrnf of the guns gave difficulty in sighting, the men were able, after a time, to accurately gaug" the distance at d hit the mark. There was, too, considerable interruption due to shipping passing up and down Channel.
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HEALTH. The Health Committee met on Thursday in last week, when there were present Dr. O'Donnell (in the chair), Dr E. Treharne, Councillors J. A. Hughes, and W. Paterson. DRAINS TESTED. Inspector Somerfield reported that 140 house drains bad been tested from time to time, and of these 98 bad been found defective. The Chairman s'tid the report was a serious reflection on the clerks of works and building 1!5 inspectors under the Council. Mr J. A. Hughes, who asked for the report, suggested that the report be submitted to the Public Works Committee. The Surveyor said the Council ought to stop any persons opening the drains without their consent. Mr Hughes said it would be well for the Public Works Committee to consider the matter and find out what was being done in other towns. This was agreed upon. HOUSE INSPECTION. It was reported that out of six notices served for the abatement of nuisances six still remained uncoraplied with. In one case, where the notice had expired and the nuisance had not been remedied, it was decided to summon the owner immediately. THE DREDGER IN THE BAY. Mr R. Evans, general manager of the Barry Railway Co., wrotp stating that the report that the dredger bad discharged a cargo of mud in the middle of Whitmore Bay was incorrect. It was decided, however, to write to Mr Robert Forrest pointing out that the bay was getting into a bad state, and that the dredger was dis- charging in the sea opposite, which was a serious matter for the town. ALLOTMENTS AT CADOXTON. It was decided to ask Dr Treharne to report upon suitable land for allotment purposes at Cadoxton. BARRY ALLOTMENTS. Mr Robert Forrest offered land for sale as permanent allotments near Beggar's Well, and it was decided to accept the offer and take steps to let the people of Barry know, the extent being 9i acres. Mr Hughes suggested that a public meeting be held at Barry for the purpose of explaining it to the people and getting tenants, and this was agreed upon. NEW CLOAK ROOMS. It. was reported that XS 17s od had been received within five days at the cloak-room on Barry Island, and at the bathing houses £ o 3s od.—The Chairman remarked that this might prove a good source of revenue when in full working order. TENDERS FOR PAINTING. The tender of Mr A. H. Bletso for painting work at jElo 17s Id was accepted, and it was further decided to get tenders for painting the lamp pillars of the town. SEATS. It was agreed to place ten seats in different parts of the district where people went out walking, both for health and pleasure. THE BEACH INSPECTOR'S DIARY. The Beu,.h Inspector presented a full and de- tailed report of events transpiring in that delightful suburb during tbe past month, setting out all the incidents in detail. The ser- vice of brakes he declared to be indifferent, and if there were not many visitors the brakes seldom appeared. A boy was caught emergiug from the wmt-r in an Adamite state of nudity. When asked about the bathing drawers he was required to wear, the boy replied that he had sold it. "There were (he continued) some hundreds of women about at the time." The Chairman What shall we do with that boy ? Mr J. A. Hughes: Take proceedings against him. The Chairman: What for-for selling his drawers? (Laughter.) This was agreed upon. In accordance with the view expressed in a letter in the HERALD last week, the Inspector remarked upon the immodesty of females iu frequenting the male side of the bay, and the disgraceful conduct of the men in visiting the female side to watch them bathing. It was decided that a code of beach morals be drawn up and posted up conspicuously. SUNDAY CLOSING. It was decided to close the bathing houses on Sundays, but to open the cloak rooms from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. LAMPLIGHTER'S PERQS.. A letter was read from the lamplighter com. plained about nt the last meeting, setting out his case. He explained that be did a little extra in order to provide for his ten children, and an invalid, aged 11. In conclusion he re- mat ked: "All the ratepayers who I cut grass for say it is very hard. The Chairman add it arose through a bill being presented to the Hospital Committee for 58 from this employee, and this month there was a second bill. The original decision was adhered to. HAY CROP. The offer of Mr Duchemin of S14 17s 6d for the crop of hay on one of the Council's fields was accepted as the highest of the four sent in.
FINANCE. The monthly meeting of the Finance Com- mittee was held on Friday afternoon in last week. Councillor J. A. Hughes presided, and there were also present Councillors James Jones and J. Milward. CORONATION FESTIVITIES. It was reported that the total amount spent in connection with the preparations for the Coronation festivities, which were unfortunately abandoned, exceeded S262 2s 2d. BALANCES. Mr C. B. Brown, the Acting Clerk, reported that the total balance due tj the tre surer was £ 14,188. ILLITERATES AND THEIR EDUCATION. In going through the pay-book of the sur- z! veyor's department, it was noticed that a number of men signed by means of crossps. Councillor Milward thought it was essential that nil of their employees should be able tn wr te their own names, and suggested that all the men be compelled to learn to write their own names within a month. This would be to th, ir own advantage. It was decided to ask the Surveyor to report at the next meeting the number of men who signed in this way, and their ages. REDUCED RENTAL Mr E i ward Rees, who occupies a villa belong- ing to the Council in Holton-road, wrote asking the Council to makf: a reduction in the rent of the arJ1>. Mr Hees, who already pay the rates and taxes, was granted a reduction of £5 a year. IMPORTANT TO TRADESMEN. it was decided that in future all accounts mu"t be pros'n'ed to the Accountant of the Co iecil direct on the seventh day of each I month. Lately accounts were presented a day I before the mating, which greatly inconven- ience 1 the cL-rk. I SCALE OF WAGES. I Mr T. W. Lewis was instructed to draw up a scale of salaries of the ehrk's employed in bis I office, and also was given power to engage a caretaker for the Rates' Office.
CiilCKET. BARRY v PENARTH SECOND XI. This match was played at B irry on the 5th last., and resulted in a win for the homo team by 31 wickets and 30 runs. For the visitors Mathews and Stephtnson batt,.d well, whilst the latter also did well with the ball. For Rarry, Jenkins played an invaluable innings and bJlded well, taking 5 wickets for 1 run, a result « hich speaks for itself. In the batting line he was well assisted by W. M. Douglas, Mahoney, and Morgan. Scores:— PENARTH 2ND XI. Matthews, c and t Kirby 23 Ryd, c R Williams, b Morgan 6 R Thomas, b Kirby 1 R Dewar, b Morgan 4 J Stephenson, c Lewis, b Jenkins 14 Pitts, c Jenkins, b Maloney. 8 L Thomas, c Roach, b Jenkins 1 C Vanse, c Reece, b Jenkins 1 H Wiggins, c Williams, b Jeokins 0 Schroeter, b Jenkins 0 McCarthy, not out 0 Extras. 10 Total 68 BARRY. J Jenkins, c and b Thomas 29 C Kirby, lbw, b Ryd 1 E Tetlow, c Ryd, b Stephenson 2 W M Douglas, b Ryd 12 P Maloney, b Stephenson 13 M Roach, c Vaose, b Stephenson 0 Morgan, not out 31 McKensie, c Thomas, b Dewar 2 J Lewis, not out 1 Extras. 7 Total. 98 NEW BUTE DOCK WORKS v DINAS POWIS. This match was played at Dinas Powis on Satur- day, and resulted in an easy win for the visitors. Dinas Powis were very poorly represented. The following were the scores :— NEW BUTE DOCK WORKS. R Bevan, c S Thomas, b Waters. 4 P Hitching, c Wessendorff, b Waters 5 Royce, lbw, b Collins. 2 T Neale, b Collms 14 McCredie, c Rooney, b James 12 W Maher, b Waters 30 J Naylor, c and b James 1 W Morrison, lbw, b James 3 J Sheldon, st Rooney, b Waters. 7 Nevill Thomas, b Collins 15 J Rntlett, not out 0 Extras. 3 Total. 96 DINAS POWIS. L C Rooney, c Thomas, b McCredie 28 Howard Vivian, b McCredie 10 B T Pomeroy, b Neale 0 H Waters, ruti out 20 Sydney Thomas, b Neale 12 M Morse, c Naylor, b Maher I 7 F L Swan, b Maher 0 D James, b Neale 1 J Collins, b Mi her 0 G E Wessendorff, b Neate. 7 W J Blainey, not out 1 Extras 2 Total. 88 BARRY WINDSORS v ROATH PARK. This League match was playud at Romilly Park, Barry, and resulted in a win for the Windsors by 14 runs. Bumford batted well for the homesters, making 21 rnns their bowling was also very good, Jones taking 5 wickets for 7 runs. The following were the scores WINDSORS. J Lichfield, c and b Petticombe 1 C Stevens, b Petticombe 3 A White, b Petticombe. 0 E Joues, c Lewis, b Petticombe 2 T White, Ib\ b Petticombe 0 13 Bumford, b Petticombe 21 F Pring, b Lennox 2 J Vickety, b Petticombe 3 T Chaplin, c and b Petticombe 0 W Davies, st Pinn, b Petticombe 2 B White, not out 0 Extras. 4 Total. 38 ROATH PARK. W Whitehead, b Vickery. 1 Fellings, c Davies, b Jones 2 Le-A is, b Vickery 1 Lennox, b Jones 0 Ferrier, b Jones 0 Livesley, b Vickery 2 Petticombe, b Jones 3 Pinn, c Stevens, b Jones l Allen, b Vickery. 11 Clarke, b Vickery. 1 Snook, not out 0 Extras. 2 Total. 24 WOODLAND VILLA v BARRY ISLAND JUNIORS. This match was played on Barry Island, and re- sulted in a win for the homesters by 4 runs. The scores were as follows WOODLAND VILLA. F James, c Sharpe, b Graham 1 C Smith, b Neiley 1 J Lewis, c Jones, b Graham 4 C Hare, c Sharpe, b Graham 15 S Jones, c Sharpe, b Lough 0 W Griffiths, b Sharpe 0 J Lougher, c F Sharpe, b Sharpe. 1 D Davies, b Sharpe 1 E Jones, b Sharpe 9 D Jones, not out 2 E Lewis, b C Sharpe 0 Extras. 5 Total. 38 BARRY ISLAND. E Lough, b F James § H Graham, b F James g C Sharpe, b W Griffiths 2 J Jones, c James, b Jones 0 J Brown, b Lougher Q D Nealey, b Lougher 3 F Sharpe, not out 13 T Lee, b F James 3 A Sti!.t b F J:itlles 0 E MacCleu, b W Griffiths 0 E Moore, b F ja-e 0 Extras. g Total 42 BARRY OLD BOYS v BARRY HIBERNIANS. Played at Barry, and resulted in a win for the Hibernians by 5 runs. Scores OLD BOYS. .Ist Iniiing, 2nd Innings. T Hale, b Connor 7 cMp!vln,bCulI/Jor 0 H 0 Jones, b James 0 c Meppin, -Cor, nor 7 D Garrett, h Jarnts 1 cWalter s, bConnor 0 W Price, b James c James, b Connor 19 H Gwyn, c and b James 4 b Connor 3 D Thomas, not out Jame< 2 W Stapleton, c Thomas, b Connor 9 ]lot on 1 L W Rees, b Connor 0 J Hogg, b Connor 1 W Vaughan, b Connor 0 T Rees, c Melvin, b Connor 0 Extras 10 Extras. 9 Total. 41 Total (6 wkts) 41 HIBERNIANS. D Donovan, b Hale Q W Meppin, b Hale. 11 W English, 1) Hale .2 (J. James, b Jones 6 E Walters, b Jones 2 E Melviu, b Jones 6 T Connor, c T Rees, b L Rees 3 E O'Duan(II, c Pryce ,b Peefj 3 A Thomas, b D Thomas g H Thornhill. not out 0 F O'Donnell, c and b Thomas 0 Extras. 5 Total 46
LOCAL POLICE COURT NEWS. MONDAY., Before Mr DAVID DAVIES and Mr JOHN LOWDON. THE INTEMPE (ATES. A warrant was issued for the compulsory attendance of Thomas Moore, summoned for being drunk, and also for John Shiels. who did not answer to his name when called. Patrick Barry, coaltrimmer, wh< n asked if he wa guilty, replied I'll lave it to the policeman." A fine of os was imposed. William Collins (68), who also admitted having had a glass of beer too much," was ordered to pay õs. The unmis- takeable evidence of diunkenness was that he wanted to fight the policeman, and he promised to give up the drink. James Callagban also pleaded guilty, and was fined 2s 6d. Joseph Derry was ordered to pay os, and Michael Heady, who declared that "It was Coronation, and he wanted to keep up the festival." Mr David Davies: It seems that you lost your head on that day.—Heady Yes, sir, that's all. —Mr David Davies As it was such an occa- eion you are only fined 2s 6d.—John Flynn was ordered to forfeit os bail deposited, and William Heddings, a like amount, while Neo. Hedson forfeited 7s 6d; Andrew Jones was ordered to pay a crown and George William Nicholls, in custody on Saturday, was asked whether he was used to such bouts.—Prisoner Not exactly in the habit of taking such a lot, sir.—Police-constable Beedles said prisoner tried twice to kick him, and a fine of 10s was imposed. Joseph Tillett was ordered to pay os; Neilson Jonder forfeited 7s 6d; George Halbrech 10s; George Dibble, Cadoxton, was fiued 5s, or three days; Timothy Sullivan 2s 6d John Seal 5s; Robert Lloyd fined 10s; and Matthew Thompson fined 10s forsSunday drunkenness. ALLEGED BROTHEL. Elizabeth Holder did net appear to answer a summons charging her with keeping a dis- orderly house at 24, Charlotte-place, and a warrant was issued for her compulsory appear- ance. JOCKEY CLUB SPORTS NEXT SATURDAY. Mr W. Farmer, licensee of the Castle Hotel, Barry Dock, applied for an occasional license in connection with the sports at the Jubilee Field uext Saturday.—The application was granted. ASSAULT. Josiah Turner, of Wyndham-street, Barry Dock, preferred a charge of assault against David Bowen, a neighbour, who, he alleged, bad struck him several times in the face, knock- ing out two of his teeth. Defendant declared that in consequence of statements made about his wife he accosted complainant, who hit him first, and he returned the blow. — The case was dismissed. MILK OH! Frederick Daunton, milk vendor, was fined 7 6d for leaving bis horse and trap unattended outside the Barry Hotel fur 15 minutes. ISLAND BOYS. William Davies, Gilbert Davies, Daniel Pember, Alfred Flint, and Arthur Bumford, youths living on Barry Island, were summoned for disorderly conduct on the night of the 27th June. Mr Alfred Jackson appeared for the defendants, who denied the evidence of Police- constable Shillum, and declared that they were only talking about the Coronation sports.—The Bench, after a patient hearing, cautioned and discharged them. A BARK AND A BIT*. After Walter Singfield. bad broken an earthen- ware jug on the street and had been told about it by a policeman, he said he didn't want" any dog to bark about it."—A "bite" of os was recorded. THE DISORDERLIES. John Hart was fined 5s and Mary Ann Seward 10s or seven days, the latter for being drunk and disorderly William Jones, Mary Taylor, and Mary Ann Lynch were each fined as, the latter being also cautioned for threatening a shopkeeper named James Crawley, while Susannah Miller, after only a few hours' liberty from prison, was found in a rowdy state in Holton-road and fined 10s, which was paid.
BARRY SCHOOL BOARD. Dr W. Lloyd Edwards presided over the monthly meeting of the Barry School Board on Thursday afternoon in last week at the School Board Offices. There were also present the Revs W. Williams, F. J. Byrne, D. Weatberill, D. H. Williams, and Mr D. Lloyd. HOLIDAYS. It was decided to commence the midsummer holidays on July 25th, and that the schools be closed for one month from that date, instead of five weeks, as previously arranged. PLAYGROUND FOR SCHOLARS. A letter was read from the District Council offering to rent a piece of land to the Board for playground purposes near Hannah-street School.—It was pointed out that the offer could not be entertained. NEW SCHOOLS. Plans for the new infants and proposed alterations at Barry Schools were submitted and approved, and the clerk was instructed to forward them to the Board of Education for their approval. APPLICATIONS. It was decided to consider the applications for the post of head assistants at the next School Management Committee. DIVISION OF HOLTON BOYS' SCHOOL. The Board of Education wrote approving of the division of the Holton. Boys into junior and senior departments. BOARD MEETING. It was agreed that no meetings in connection with the Board be held during the month of August. ALLEGED CRUELTY. David Rees, a lad, was fined 20s for cruelly ill-treating a spaniel dog. A constable saw defendant on a horse galloping down the Rtreet holding a string attached to which was the dog dragging on the roadway, When approaching the constable, the boy loosened the string and the dog fell in the street, and it was so ex- hausted that it was 20 minutes before it could stand upon its feet. The defendant pleaded the horse became unmanageable.
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Barry Free Libraries' Committee. Mr D. W. Roberts (the chairman) presided over a meeting of this committee on Friday evening, tke other members present being Messrs J. Lowdon, J. O. Davies, John Jones, and J. Llewellyn, Couucillors J. A. Manaton, W. Paterson, James Jones, and J. Milward. GIFTS OF BOOKS. The Librarian reported that three volumes had been offered by the Guild-hall Library, London, "London and the Kingdom," pub- lished by the Corporation in 1894 and 1895, and it was decibed to accept these with thanks. Colonel Wyndhaui Quin, M.P., wrote asking the Blue Books required, and the sub-committee was instructed to make the selection. Mr C. H. Bailey also sent a Lloyd's Register, which it was decided to gratefully acknowledge. Other magazines were also received, and the donors ordered to be thanked. Councillor Paterson said that a volume received advertising Margate should be sent to all the rooms, in order to educate the people into the necessity of issuing something of the sort showing the beauties of Barry. This was agreed to. TENDERS FOR NEWSPAPERS. The tenders of Mr Milner to supply the Barry Reading-room, Mr George W. Lennox for Holton, and Mr W. Townsend for Cadoxton were accepted for the supply of newspapers and periodicals at the reading-rooms. -=====:== :-=.===:=-a.
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CYCLIST IN COLLISION. LADY INJURED IN HOLTON-ROAD. WAS IT ACCIDENT OR NEGLECT? At Barry Dock Police-court on Monday a young cyclist named Richard Giles was sum- moned before Mr John Lowdon and Mr David Davies for riding a bicycle at a furious pace through Holton-road at 11.30 a.m. on Friday morning, June 27th, when the streets were thronged with people. Inspector Morris and Police-constable McGovern said defendant rode through the streets at a rate of about 12 miles an hour. They shouted, but Giles took no notice of them, and about 100 yards further down he knocked a woman over, causing her injury and rendering her unconscious. Defen- dant rode away. Mr Alfred Jaekson, for defendant, declared that the rate was six miles an hour. He had only been riding for about a month. George Williams and Emma Ilford, two eye witnesses of the occurrence, declared that it was a pure accident. The woman left the pavement with the object of crossing, and half way hesitated and then attempted to return. They both heard defendant ringing his beU.-The Bench considered that defendant ought to have evaded the woman, and fined him 20s and costs, or in default fourteen days' imprisonment.
BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE. The following is the tide table for Hurry Dock for the week commencing to-morrow (Saturday) Day. Morn. Aft h. m. ft. in. It. m. ft. in. Friday, July II. 10.59 33. 0 11.19 32. 3 Saturday 12.11.39 30. 6 Sunday. 13. 0. 1 30. 1 0.27 28. 4 Monday 14. 0.56 28. 1 1.29 27. 0 Tuesday. 15. 2. 4 27. 8 2.43 27. 5 Wednesday 16. 3.22 28. 8 3.57 28. 9 Thursday 17. 4.28 30. 1 4.57 30. 5
Volunteers at Church. On Sunday members of the No. 11 Company (13arry) attended Divine service at St Mary's, Barry Dock, accompanied by members of the Penarth companies and a cyclist section. Both the brass band and the bugle band also paraded, and together the whole budy marched from Cadoxton to Barry Dock in command of Col. Fry and Major S. A. Brain. There waa a good muster of non-commissioned officers and men. At the church the curate-in-charge (the Rev H. J. Williams, M.A.) was the preacher. In the course of the service the band and the organ (presided over by Mr W. T. Llewellyn) played Godfrey's Coronation March.
New Barry Railway Director. Mr Clifford Cory, one of the most active members of the great coal exporting firm of Cory Brothers and Co., Limited, Cardiff, has been elected to a seat on the board of the Barry Railway Company. He sat for the first time on Friday. The appointment has given general satisfaction.
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