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I ———————————— I CURIOUS CASE AT BUILTH. I Reasonable Ground for Assuming I Innocence. I At Builth Wells Police Court on Monday— before Messrs. C. W. Woosnam (chairman), C. G. Inglis, Dr. W. Black Jones, and Thomas Williams—Mr. D. B. Mills, Llwyn Fami. Cregrina, was summoned by the Builth Wells FodU Control Committee for selling for slaugh- ter an in-calf c,w as fat stock. Defendant, who I was represented by Mi-. Oliver, Llandrindod Wells, pleaded not guilty. Mr. S. Griffith, Llanwrtyd Wells, for the prosecution, said the defendant offered an in-calf cow" for sale as fat stock at Builth Wells Market, and when asked if she was in calf defendant said No," and that he would warrant her to be barren. The cow was then purchased by Messrs. Edwin S. Davies and Webb Bros., and when slaughtered at Mr. Davies" slaughter-house it was discovered that defendant's statement was wrong. Mr. T. S. Hainer, High street, Builth Wells, gave evidence in support of the statement made by the advocate. By Mr. Oliver He saw the cow coming into the market, and he placed her in Grade 3. Mr. Oliver pointed out that his client was not the owner of the cow when she was slaughtered, and those who purchased the ani- mal were the responsible persons. Mr. Griffith replied that defendant brought the cow to the market and sold her to be slaughtered. The Chairman observed that it was a fact that the animal was brought to the market to be graded, so that it should be slaughtered. Mr Oliver contended that the defendant was quite innocent of the state of the cow. and was of opinion that she was a barren, and that was why lie fattened her. Mr. Mills, in cross-examination, stated that the cow had given birth to a calf about the end •of May. 1917, and he was not aware that she was in calf when he sold her. He had no bull of his own. The Bench dismissed the case, and the Chairman said that there was reasonable ground for thinking that defendant was not aware of the condition of the animal.
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-j Old Age Pensions. A YEAR'S GRANTS IN BRECONSHIRE. Statistics presented to the annual meeting of the Brecon shire Old Age Pensions Committee on Friday showed that the various sub-committees had granted 142 pensions at 5s. and 18 at rates varying from 4s. to Is. during the year 1917. They also granted 1G5 additional allowances and 404 separation allowances to dependants (other than wives and children) of men serving in the Forces. Of the pensions 74 were ,-r- L granted to males and 80 to females, and of the additional allowances 73 were granted to males and 92 to females.
i BUILTH UiBA! COUNCIL. The annual meeting of the Builth Wells Urban District Council was held on Thursd iy. Mr John Duggan, the retiring chairman, pro- posed Mr H. T. Price as chairman for the en- suing year.—Mr Gilbert Eadie seconded, and it was carried. Mr T. R. Worthington said that by electing Mr Price to the chair they had broken the old system and practice of electing the chairman in his turn. Mr Price, said this was not first time he had been elected chairman of the Council, aud from his past experience he felt he could depend upon the help of the members in the discharge of his duties. On the motion of Mr E. S. Davies, seconded by Mr T. R. Worthington, Mr Gilbert Eadie was elected vice-chairman. The thanks of the Council were accorded to the retiring chairman for trig able way in which he had conducted the business of the council. The Deputy Clerk (Mr W. W. Lenuard) read a letter from Messrs Sid. Davies and Frank L. Morris stating that the total sum realised from the benefit concert to Mr Ivor Pugh amounted to £ 39 17s. 2d., and the subscriptions exceeded £ 120. The Council expressed sympathy with Mr A. P. Morgan in the loss he had sustained by the** death in action of his son, Capt. Idris Morgan, and a vote of condolence was passed. A letter was read from the Builth Wells Chamber of Trade offering volunteers to fill up the vacancies in the ranks of the Fire Brigade, caused by the absence of some of the members serving with the colours. The Council decided to defer the matter, as some of those who were prepared to join the Fire Brigade might come under the new Mili- tary Service Act. The Medical Officer reported that the health of the town was good.
LLANWRTSfD WORTHY. I The Late Mr. T. C. Davies. One of the oldest and most highly respected inhabitants of Llanwrtyd Wells. Mr. Thomas Corbett Davies, died at his residence there, Osborne House, on April 23rd. Born 7G years ago, Mr. Davies was a native of Knighton. Radnorshire. He settled at Llanwrtyd in 1803, embarking in business as a butcher. Later he became engaged as a posting master and farmer, and for a period of 29 years held the post of registrar of births, marriages and deaths. Some five days previous to his death he vacated the chair of the Llanwrtyd Urban District Council, of which body lie had been a member for four years. A staunch Church- man, he was a sidesman, chorister and the oldest member of the Church of S. James. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon last, the place of interment being the old parish churchyard, and rarely has the town of Llan- wrtyd witnessed more respect and regret dis- played. En route a halt was made at the Church of St. James, where the first portion of the service was .conducted by the Rev. J. E. Lloyd. Vicar of Llanwrtyd Wells, who also officiated at the graveside. The chief mourners were—Mrs. R. Davies, widow Master Osborne Davies, son Pamela and Novello, daughters Messrs. E. T. Davies, Swansea Llewellyn Davies. Cardigan W. A. Davies and T. E. C. Davies, sons Mrs. P. Phillips, Llangammarch Wells, daughter- Mrs. Janet Davies. Mrs. Sarah Price, Mr. James Phillips, and Mr. LI. Phillips, Llangammarch Wells. The chosen bearers were Mr George Price, Mr Mark Lloyd, Mr John Herbert, and Mr T. E. C. Davies (son). Amongst those present were Mr J. Elystan Lloyd. Mr Thomas Heigh way, Mr R. D. Jones, Mr Roger Evans, the Rev. Rees Evans (C.M.), Mr George Price (Bucknell), Mr W. Davies (Llangammarch Wells), Mr J. Thomas (Pant- glarf"). Mr W. Williams (sjationmnster), Mr Rhvs Williams (surveyor), Councillors «!, R. Hope Davies, J. E. Carey, D. J. Williams, J. A. Davies, n. Pugh Jones, Evan Price, Nathaniel Evans, and E. Saunders Morgan, Messrs Evans (Cwmirfon), if. Mack, E. E. Lewis (i'rwbeili), R. Jones (Dinas), J. Jones (Ciyneae),George Davies (Dolc1.rmmcr), Edgar Pritebard, Footman Williams, Ben Williams, Morgan (ilenbant), T. R. Rowlands, Williams (Penmaenelwydd), ics (Nantrodyn). Jones (Penybank). Jones (saddler, Llangammarch Wells). Evan Herbert (Tyrhos), J. B. Williams, Evan Williams, Eecs Jones, \\r. Jones (Palleg), Howell Polico Sergeant Lewis, Private D. T. Evans (Australians), Price (Penywern), Davies (The. Mall), Jenkins (Brighton House). tVc. The many beautiful fioral iribales included a wreath from t^o Lbuv.rtyd V/ob* Urban District Coancil. The coffin was of plain oak .v.iih niaasivc brass furniture and the breastplate bore the following1 inscription :—' T. Corbett Davies, died Apiil 23rd, 1018, aged 7 V Mr. Nathaniel Evans v. as the uuderHker!
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BUILTH MEAT RESTRICTION PROSECUTIONS. At Builth Wells Police Court on Monday Mr. E. S. Davies. butcher, of High street, Builth Wells, was proceeded against by Mr. W. W. Lenuard, Executive Officer, for alleged offences under the Meat Restriction Order. 1917. Mr. S. Griffith, Llanwrtyd Well. prosecuted on behalf of the Ministry of Food and Mr. E. P. Careless, Llandrindod Wells, defended. The magistrates pre sent were Mr. C. W. Woosuam (chairman), Mr. C. G. Inglfs, Dr. W. Black I Jones and Mr. T. Williams. A STORE BEAST THAT WAS RIGHTLY SLAUGHTERED. The first charge dealt with was one of slaughtering a bullock without complying with the grading restrictions. k Mr. D. Pritchard, the Lane Farm, Llandilc- 1 Graban, stated that he knew defendant very well and knew that he traded under the name of Mr. A. Davie* and Son. Mr. Davies called j at his farm about the end of February and j bought a store bullock. Witness kept the I beast on his farm for nearly a fortnight after | and then his son took it to a farm at Abeiedw and left it there for Mr. Davies. It had big J joints as the resuit of a chill contracted through I getting into the water, but was otherwise all right. I Cross-examinedHe would not be surprised I to find that the bullock was unable to cover the journey into Builth, as his son had told ¡ him that it was very tired before he got to the j farm at Aberedw. -He understood that Mr. j Davies failed to get it home the same day and j that its back legs got useless. I Replying to the Chairman, witness said the bullock was a two-year-old and the price was X 20. P.S. George Davies stated that on the 12th of March he saw a- man named David Williams driving the bullock over the Builth "Wells bridge. In his opinion there was nothing the matter with the beast as it was travelling on a trot." He saw defendant on the lMth March. and Mr. Davies told him he had the bullock graded on the 13th by the auctioneer at his yard and slaughtered it the same day. and the meat was allotted to himself and Mr T S. Hamer. Mr J. A. Evans, auctioneer, said he graded the bullock and put it in grade 4, the grade in which store caltle were placed. By Mr Careless He understood that tlll:" transit of the animal from the Lane Farm to Builth Weils took three or four days and he considered that it was advisable to have it slaughtered. The Bench di auissed the summons. MEAT SUPPLY EXCEEDED. Mrs A. Davies & Son were next summoned for exceeding ih^ir supply of lllea on Twn: occasions. Mr Griffiths pointed out that Mr Davies hart exceeded 50 per cent, of his October quota; as could be proved by the amount entered Oil bis j certificate. I P.S. George Davies stated that for the week I ending March loth Mr Davies received 29elbs. of beef and fttilbs. of mutton, making a total of 3521bs., whib. his alloted ouota was only 312Jibs. C)it the 11th of March Mr Davies had bid lock alloted to him at the Builth Wells market, to be divided between him and Mr Hamer, butcher, Llamlrimlor; Wells, and it was within his knowledge that for that week defendant received more than 3521bs~ Mr J. A. Evans said that on the 11th March he allocated for Mr Davies half a beast and one sheep. The bullock weighed lOcwt. and libs., and. the weight of the sheep was 1 and f libs, (live weigh t). It was a general practice if a butcher exceeded his allowance in one week to allow him IUHS the next time. He considered it was impossible to give the right quantity when grading the animals alive, as there was no man who could 'exactly what all animal would weigh whon dead. Therefore the practice was to see that the supply for the month did not exceed the certificate. The Chairman said the summons issued against Mrs Davie, would he dismissed, and fOr the two ofrence-. committed by Mr E. S. Da vies between the I lib and 2;iih of March lie vould I)e fined 35/ i ) each esse. REFLECTION IX THE AFTERNO^tf. Mr E. S. D ix ies nevt was charged with ob i stracting Police Hergeant Davies in the c\ eeution of his duty on March 18th. P.S. Davies stilted that he visited defendant'}-. shop Oil the morning of March 18th. Mr Davies refused to produce his buying < ortifi cntc for inspection. He denied witness's light to inspect aud asked for lij,, authority. Witness I ,f replied My uniform is sufficient for you. Mr Davies then said I will not show w certificate. Oilly one man can claim to see P1f. certificate, and that is the Executive Officer- Witness explained that he was making enquine* at the request of the Live Stock Commissiol;: and left the premises. In the afternoon fendant told, him he had been advised to sh^ his certificate, and was sorry for his co.d.ct the morning. i The Chairman said defendant would be fille J61, as they were bound to protect the police-
Brecon and Radnor District Wages Committee, The first meeting of the Brecon and Racing District Wages Committee was held last wee at Builth Wells, Sir Francis Edwards, Bílrt M.P.. presiding. The Chairman explained duties of the Committee, and after some cussion, further consideration of the minim11 wage which the committee should recomniC1 the Agricultural Wages Board to fix for counties of Brecon and Radnor was postpoflef until the 29th inst. It was, however, agree that when fixed the minimum rate should be made retrospective to the end of March.
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