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_1., BEFORE THE BENCH

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_1 BEFORE THE BENCH A BATCH OF RATE DEFAULTERS. MUSIC LICENSE RENEWED. Before Mr David Davies and Dr Neale at the Barry Police-court on Moniay Mr J. Arthur Hughes, solicitor, applied on behalf of Mr Edward Phillips, Newland-street, Barry Dock, for a renewal of the dancing and music licence held by him in respect of premises in Holton-road. -The Bench granted the applica- tion tiil the licensing meeting in February next. RATE DEFAULTERS. There were about 40 cases on the list against householders for the non-payment of their general district and poor rates. Out of these orders were made upon the following to pay the reruainrler having been settled out of court: —Joseph Mackenzie, George Lloyd, G. Mar- jerie, David James, Charles Lucas, Thomas Evans, WMI Henry Mills, James Churchill, John Harris, William Thomas, Arthur William Heaton, liees Griffiths, Joseph Lewis, Mary Ann Ramsey, Wm W. Ford, and George Nash. Mr T. W. Lewis and W. C. Howe appeared to prosecute in each case. ASSAULT. Louisa Weigman, Graving Dock-street, Barry Dock, summoned her aunt, Elizabeth Kicbards, for assaulting her on the evening of the 20th inst. t was alleged that complainant was walking in Thompson-street, when defendant came behind and struck her on the face. Richards admitted the offencp, but urged that she was provoked through complainant's con- duct towards her.—The Bench decided to dismiss the case. ALLEGED OBSTRUCTION. A boilermaker named Win Lloyd, 130, Ciive- road, Barry Island, was charged with obstruct- ing the police whilst in the execution of their duty. Mr F. P. Jones-Lloyd, solicitor, Barry Dock, appeared for the defence. Police- constable S'iiiluiii stated that on the evening of the 20th ult., at 9.45 p.m., he was quelling a disturbance at Clive-road, Barry Island. De- fendant came up behind him and gave a tug at his coat sleeve and demanded to know, in an excited manner, why he did not stop the dis- turbance. The constable told him he was trying to do so, and defendant replied and threatened to have his coat taken off." Maud Rees gave corroborative evidence.-The Bench cautioned the defendant against any repetition of his conduct. KEEPING DOGS WITHOUT A LICENCE. Fines of os each were imposed on Sarah Jones, Angus Macintosh, and A. Ottensen for keeping dogs without a licence. ALLOWING HORSES TO 8TRXY. Thomas Bushell was fined 5s for allowing a horse to stray on the highway, and Thomas Crowther, for a like offence with two horses, was fined 7s 6d. DISORDERLIES. Robert Murton and William Knight, who were creating a disturbance by fighting at Barry Island, were ordered to pay 108 and 5s each respectively. According to the evidence of the constable, Thomas and Janet Murton were also applauding the combatants, and for their couduct were now ordered to pay 5s each. Sarah Nftsu and Sarah and William Lloyd were each fined as for similar conduct. Thomas Hewitt, who was charged with being dis- orderly, seated he had the toothache very badly, and the pain caused him to shout. He was fined as.

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TABERNACLE WELSH INDEPENDENTS.

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