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VAN DWELLERS OF BARGOED. APPEAL TO THE COUNCIL. At a meeting of the Gelligaer tjrban Coucil, on Tuesday, Mr Ed- mund Jones J.P., in the chair, a dep- utation consisting of Messrs. T. Mathews, J. Walters, and W. T, Lloyd for the Trades and Labour Council, waited upon the members in connection with the van dwellers of Bargoed, and the recent prosecution against them. Mr Mathews, who was first spokesman, said the van dwellers had waited upon the Trades and Labour Council, and had placed before that body, what appeared to be a very strong case for consider- ation. They had, however, only heard the one side, and this they pro- posed to lay before the Councillors. A number of these van dwellers have been proceeded against at the Police- court, at the instigation of the council and fines were imposed, which are continuing with each successive day. The difficulty these people were in was that there were no houses ob- tainable in the district, into which they could go. Further, this order had been made at a time when they were about to reap fruits of their labours, in the matter of their gardens. Surrounding these vans, the occupiers had tilled a large portion of ground in order to increase food supply. They were now about to reaD the benefit of their labours. From these two stand- points, they therefore felt very keenly their position. Another thing about which they felt particularly keen was the continuation of the fine imposed by the court. These people assured the Trades and Labour Council that they had made every possible effort to get a house, but had failed to do so. One of the number had been offered apartments, but upon investigation, it was found that the combined num- ber of persons of the two families being in the same house would be- come a greater menace to the health of the people, than the existing con- dition of things. Moreover one of the families had been medically advised to live as much out of doors as possible. Mr George Walters, in supporting the above statements, added that in one case the children lived in a tent, adjoining the van, and as a result of I this, had very considerably improved in health. The chairman pointed eut that these people had been served with notiee by the court, long before any of the ground was cultivated. He wanted the deputation to realise that the council felt for these people, but as representatives of the public, they had to recognise their duty to the health of the community. Mr Gus Jones pointed out that sur- rounding these dwellings, there were several allotments, and if these people left their van. they would be in the same position as the allotment holders so far as the produee of the land went. Mr W. T. Lloyd We only ask that these people be allowed to remain in the vans until they can get a house. Mr D. Hopkins You don't intend to ask us to quash the law, do you ? Mr Lloyd: No. Mr S. Jonesr said that for a long time the council have been told of these van dwellers, and the necessity for their removal. The Council was not vindictive, but tflaey had their duties to perform. Mr W. Hammond said that for the last 7 or 8 years they had discus* wd this question. They had not tak,en any aotion without giving the people every opportunity. Some people but actually left vans, and others taken their plaoe. They had left proper dwellings to go to the vans. It ap- peared, therefore, that they were tak- ing advantage of Council's leniency. Mr E. Richards, J.P., said the Council were aware that these vans were not in a sanitary condition for children to live in. There was no doubt that the people bad taken ad- vantage of the Council's tolerance. I Sympathy will not prevent the spread, of an epidemic, and if an epidemic breaks out, the Trades and Labour Council would be the first to condemn any inaction 'by the Council. Mr Jones (Bargoed) moved that the matter be referred to the Parlia- mentary Committee, but it was fin- ally decided that as the Council could not interfere with the decision of the Magistrates, that the matter lie on j tte fable. j — -— A}
I VIOLENT SCENE ON THE BHYMNEY RAILWAY. I COLLIER HEAVILY FINED. The Rhymney Railway Compaeys management are determined to main- tain their protection of the passengers on their system. Further evidence of this commendable policy was given at the Caerphilly Police Court, on Tuesday, before Mr W. Ware, and Mr J. Howells, when Lewis West (26) a collier, of Bedwas, appeared to answer six summonses—one for using obscene language on the Rhymney Railway and five assaults upon Charles Carter, Thomas R. Davies, Rees John, Seth Thomas, and James Smith, all employees of the railway company. Mr Reginald Harrison appeared to prosecute, and Mr Davies Jones, who defended, pleaded guilty, to all the offences. Mr Harrison stated that on the 14th of July, on the arrival of the 8.10 p m. train from Cardiff at Caerphilly, a complaint was made by some pas- sengers of the defendant's conduct in the train. He was evidently drunk. He went on to Senghenydd, and re- turned by the same train to Caerphilly, at 9.30 p.m. Here he was seen by Inquiry-officer James Smith and asked to leave the train. This he refused to do, and became very violent. He struck Smith on the mouth and kicked him. Carter, a porter, was hit a se- vere blow in the face. Davies was struck on the temple. Johns was also kioked, and the conductor of the train also assaulted. Defendant was in such a very violent state, in conseqaence of which the train on the up journey was delayed for five minutes at Caerphilly and four minutes at Abertridwr, and another ten minutes on its return journey to Caerphilly. James Smith stated that the com- plaint as to defendant's conduct was first made by two ladies. Defendant caught witness by the collar, ripped this, hit him in the face and kicked him. Mr Davies Jones: You are the man who got his back up ?—He canght me by the throat and I went for him. Mr Davies Jones, in defence, said that during the week of July 14 there was a strike at the Bodwas Navigation Colliery. The defendant had sub- scribed to an outing club in the district and went to Weston. Defendant re- turned that night after making a rush for a boat. Referring to the scene at the station on the return of the train from Seng- henjdd, Mr Davies Jones said, "It all happened inside five minntes. It was a storm in a teacup." West had instructed him to express deep regret. He put in a testimonial from Mr Thomas, the manager of the Bedwas Navigation Colliery, which testified to the exemplary conduct of West. The Chairman of the Bench (Mr W. Ware) said this was a very seiious matter. But for the appeal of Mr Davies Jones they would have con- sidered whether they would not send I the defendant to prison. He would, however, be fined 20s. on each sum- mons ( £ 6), or 28 days.
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THE MINERS' HOLIDAYS. We understand that Mr Finlay A. Gibson, secretary of the Monmouth- shire and Sooth Wales Coalowners': Association, on Saturday issued in-1 stractions to all the colliery owners respecting the August Bank Holidays at the mines. He explained that when the matter was discussed at the Con- oiliation Board meeting on July 18th the owners' representatives suggested that no decision should be reached pending a communication from the Controller of Coal Mines. The Work- men's representatives, however, stated they had decided that the workmen should take three days' holiday. The Controller had since telegraphed to the owners and the workmen urging that the holidays be curtailed to two days, but the workmen's secretary (Mr T. Richards, M.P.) informed Mr Gibson that the workmen had decided to take three days. The owners' repre- sentatives, after further considering the matter, had decided in view of the present position of the coal trade, owing to time being lost in conse- quence of tonnage, to agree to the workmen's request that there should be three days' holiday: Monday, Tues- day, and Wednesday, August 6th, 7th and 8th. ■ :c:-— ■ —
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:———— NEW TREDEOAR. I DISMISSED.—At the local court on Friday, Stanley Thomas (21) haulier. New Tredegar, was summoned for cruelty to a mare by working it in an an fit state, and William Adams (35) grocer, Cwmsyflog, was summoned for causing it to be worked. Mr R. H. Spencer (Tredegar) defended. After hearing the evidence, the Bench thought the owner had done every- thing possible to relieve the animal from pain, and, under the circum- stances, dismissed the case.
MINE OFFENCES AT NEW TREDNOAR. At the New Tredegar Pelice Court on Friday, David Williams (21) col- lier, Rhymney, was summoned for sleeping in the McLaren No. 1 Pit, Abertysswg. Mr R. H. Spencer, Tre- degar, prosecuted for the Tredegar Iron Company. Defendant's father appeared, and pleaded guilty. A fine of 40a. was imposed. Tudor Thomas (30) labourer, Abertysswg, was fined a similar amount for raising timber up the pit at Abertysswg. Morris Shaur (44) collier, Pontlot- tyn, was also summoned for raising timber from the New Tredegar Pit of the Powell Duffryn Company. Mr W. Kenshole, Aberdrre, prosecuted, and Mr T. J. Thomas defended.—Mr Kenshole asked the bench to take into consideration the fact that, as a result of the defendant's contempt of court the prosecution had been brought to court three times.—Mr. Thomas said on the first occasion the defend- ant understood he was going to be charged with stealing the timber, and to save expense was going to plead guilty, although innocent, because the fine for that offence was a small one. On the second occasion he arrived at the court late, after the prosecution had left. Defendant, who gave an emphatic denial to having brought the timber up the pit, was fined X2 and £ 3 costs.
BRITHDIR. PROPERTY SALE.—Messrs. Isaac Ed- wards and Co., offered for sale at the George Hotel, Brithdir, on Tuesday evening, the following leasehold dwelling houses, all situated in School street, Brithdir, and held for a term of 99 years, from June 1st, 1895 No 2 sold to Mr J. Williams, for £138 10s. No 3 sold to Mr Edward Davies, at £127 10s. No 4 sold to Mr Green, Blackwood, at JE120 10s; No 5 sold to Mr James George, Brithdir, at 9127 No 6 sold to Mr J. Barnett, at £127 10s: No 7 sold to Mr Lewis J. Jerkins, at P,127 10; no 8 sold to Mr William Jenkins, at kl30 10s The rental of No 8 School street, amounted yearly to £13, and to each of the other 7 houses to k 14 6s, All the houses except Nc 4 were bought by the tenants.
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