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The Tribunal. ANOTHER BATCH OF APPEALS. A meeting of the Borough Tribunal was held on Thursday evening when the Mavor (Aid. D. James Davies) presided. At a Munition Factory. \Y. G. Mann, a married man witn two children, in appealing said he was in Class A, and was employed at a muni- tions factory as a police sergeant. Replying to Mr. D. Jennings, who re- presented the National Service, said that before joining the force at the factory he was for two years in the Carmarthen- shire Constabulary. His protection card had been withdrawn. The Mayor: Can't you get a man of a lower category to fill this man's place? Supt. Crow It is very difficult to get suitable men to stay. NVill you let me explain how he was transferred from the Llaneliy Police Force to the force at the faetory ? Mr. Jennings: I object to that because the protection card has been withdrawn by the Munition Area Tribunal. The Mayer: Didn't you kr.ow that when you had your calling lip notice you could have applied to the Munition Area Tribunal for a permanent card ? Appellant: No. Mr. Jennings: I quite appreciate Supt. Crow's position, and I am prepared to agree to the case being dismissed, the man not to be called up till January 1st. Appellant produced a medical certifi- cate, and the Mayor observed "I can't understand how the Mcdical Board passed you Class A in view of this certi- ficate. I may say that the Tribunal would not be prepared to allow a young Class A man to remain for such work as you are doing. The case was adjourned to enable the appellant to apply to the County Tri- bunal fot* a re-examination. Eighty Hours a V/eek. Two stokers named John Thomas and Ormond Garside, employed at Buckleys Brewery, had their exemptions reviewed, and stated that they worked eighty hours a week including Sundays. The latter was also the secretary of a Societ, while the former produced a medical certificate. ? Mr. Jcnuings withdrew the appeals, and the exemptions were allowed to con- tinue. His Birthday, It is your birthday to-day, I believe ? asked Mr. E. Hammerer, and Del. Lewis, who appealed for exemption, replied in the affirmative, adding "I am 39 years of age and I have a wife and four chil- dren." Further evidence having been given, Mr. Jennings agreed to four months post- ponement on condition that Lewis joined Section D of the V.B. A Genius. I "Eighteen years 01 age ana a siauon- master he must be a gemus," qbserved the Mayor, when the case of Thomas B. Walters was mentioned by the Deputy Clerk (Mr. D. J. Phillips), who further enlightened the Tribunal by saying "He is a stationmaster at Cwmblawd." The Mayor Oh, I see. The appeal was supported by Mr. Mc | j A Ulster of rhc LIanclly .?d Mynydd Mawr R,?'lw?ay. The case "'] a djourned for 14 days. Made a Sasrince. I Yorath Williams (18), employed by the same Company as a loco fireman, was also appealed for. Mr. Jennings: I should like to get from this Company the number of men in their employ of military age; I think it is about time this firm made some sacrifice. Mr. McAllister I believe the Company has made as great a sacrifice as any other Rallwav Company in the country. The case was adjourned for 14 days. Torpedoed three times. .1 1, 1 "He has been torpedoed three times, I said Coun. M. IL Richards when the case of Wm. J. Morris was called for review, and the Deputy Clerk said he had been informed that the man had been in the M?utilc Marme '?or th? past twelve months. I The Are the militar- satisfied on that point ? Mr. Jennings: I will make inquiries. I To join Soctbn B. I In the case of Noel S. L'nectourn, architect and surveyor, had his case re- viewed, and he was represented by Mr. J. Lewis Phillips. Appellant stated that he was stul en- gaged on a contract for Messrs. Richard Thomas and Co. Ltd. I Mr. Jennings: Are you prepared to joiifhe Volunteer Battalion ? I Mr. Phillips stated that his client was wiling to k;:i subject to his being i physical!" Mr that Dr. it.vans "ovr J examined m-n to nscertain wheth er they j: were fit for the V.B. "I must," added Mr. Jennings, "press for this man for Section B." Mr. Phillips: Section B is no joke in t hese days. Mr. Jennings: There is no joke about the whole position now. Ordered to join Section B of the V.B. Dismissed. H Mr. E. Kammerer appeared tor J. tl. James, confectioner, whose exemption was reviewed. James stated that he was a married man and was classed B 2. Mr. Jennings: Will he join the V.B. ? Mr. Kammerer: There is a medical certificate. The military appeal was dismissed. postponed. I A married man, NVm. Lewis, wno was employed as foreman carpenter at New- port by the British Mannesman Tube Co. who were appealing for a protection card. Postponed for 1-1 days. I Milk Oh "I've been expecting Mr. Jennings to ask you if you would sell milk cheaper if he withdrew his appeal," staid the Mayor, amidst laughter, when the case of G. J. Isaac was being reviewed. Isaac, who had previously stated that he was unfit for the V.B., replied "I would sell the milk cheaper if I could without him asking me, and I would join the V.B. if I was fit to do so." The military appeal was dismissed.
I Wounded Soldier's Escapade1
I Wounded Soldier's Escapade A SHOCKING RECOxiD." A wounded soldier now at home, was charged at the Police Court on Thursday with committing wilful damage to a mirror at the Station Hotel, of the value of £ S. Defendant pleaded guilty, and Mary Richards, barmaid, said the defendant entered the Station Hotel at 8.50 p.m. the previous night and asked for a drink, whi i i she declined to supply him as she thought he had had enough. He then threatened to smash the bar door after which he followed her into the smoke room, where lie smashed the mirror. j P.C. J. Lloyd Thomas said he "Saw de- I dendant in Water street at 10.30 p.m., and when charged with the offence, de- fendant said "I am guilty." Defendant who expressed regret, said he had been in hospital for seven months. "I lost-my right arm at Ypres and also the sight of one of my eyes. I've been on the brink of death, and a little drink upsets me." Inspector Morgan reported 15 previous coimctioas, including one for wounding. The Clerk: That is one side of the story, and defendant has given the other. The Presiding Magistrate: It is a shocking record. The Clerk: But you have heard what the defendant has done for the country since then. The Presiding Magistrate: No, I have not. The Clork then explained what the de- fendant had suffered through the war. The Presiding Magistrate: Still that is no reason why he should go and get drunk. After retiring to consider their decision the Bench said it was a sad case, but they had to take into Account what the defendant had done for the country. On defendant promising to sign the pledge he was bound over for 12 months in a sum of £ 5 to he of good behaviour.
GLOVE WAISTCOAT SOCIETY.
GLOVE WAISTCOAT SOCIETY. One of the greatest hardships of a winter campaign is tftie suffering caused to our soldiers and sailors by icy winds on land and sea. Leather is the only effective protection, but generally beyond the means of those who need it so sorely. The Glove Waistcoat Society, 75, Chan- cery Lane, London, W.C., has solved the difficulty of supplying leather coats by utilising waste soft leather of every description, such as cast-off gloves (kid, suede, etc.), discarded furniture covers, and also the fur linings of ladies' worn- out cloaks. The fur coats are in great demand by mine-sweepers, as also the overall glovee made from the very small pieces of fur. Contributors of material to "Tho Glove Waistcoat Society" may be assured that their help means work for a woman and warmth for a man. Miss Doris David, Old Town Hall, who has been appointed as local agent, will be glad to receive any of the aforementioned materials.
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On the ground that he is a working- man, the Mayor of Bermondsey refuses to wear a robe.
Caoel Zion. j On SUNDAY EVENING, DEC. 23 NEXT Commencing tt G o'clock, a rM-n?A? SERVICE ??.i??f?? ¡.jL! Will he held -it the above place. The Choir will perform the Oratorios: Schubert's "SONG OF MIR¡AM." and Mendelssohn's 95th psalm, COME LET US S'NC. Soloists: MISS AY FKOTHtlHOE. I MISS Lil-LA PHILLIPS. MR. TOM V#JLL!AMS. Pianist JPs. GBIOTTSB. j O?annt. ?r. B. NIELD. I 0'in:s+. Mr. Y\. B. NIELD. | CM 7 "tor; I Dr. DAVID de LLOYD, Mus. Bac., B.A. Silver Collections.
Tinplaters' Bonus. —a——
Tinplaters' Bonus. — a —— } SETTLEMENT EFFECTED ON 1 THURSDAY. Ihe South IVales Tinplate Conciliation Board, at a special meeting at Swansea i on Thursday, referred grievances arising [ out of the recent award of the Committee on Production to a joint committee, which r it was arranged should meet in tha even- ing. I The award gave an additional 5s. a week to men and 2s. 6d. to boys, and the considerable dissatisfaction that arose, both as regards the amount and the ap- plication to individual cases, culminated in the special meeting being called. Difficulties were in the way of an ar- rangement, as the Committee on Produc- tion having given their award the matter, so far as they were concerned, was ended. Suggestions were made that efforts should be made to get the matter re- opened, but it was thought desirable first that a joint committee representative of both silcis should meet and draw up re- commendations. The employers on their part offered to abolish the bonus per- centage and to substitute an all-round 55 wer cent. increase. The men counter offered by proposing this should be 75 per cent., but the counter offer was not entertained. r SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. [, Tiie joint committee Klet at seven I aild sat I untii 10.30, wken after several retire- ments it was decided to recommend a war bonus be fixed as follows :— en ea.-nitigs up to 2asM 51j per cent. On earnings 20s. 1d. up t3 60S., 65 per cen t. On earnings C03. anzi upwards, 53 per cent. QrrginaJ Claim, 100 per cent. The award of the Committee on Pro- ductio-n granted a flat war bonus of 5s. to men aad 2s. 6d. to boys (women were ex- cluded) in addition to the existing war bonus which ranges between 42 per cent and 571 per cent. At the previous Con- ciliation Board the employers offered to recommend to the Ministry of Munitions the payment of a war bonus on wages up to Os. per week of 50 per cent., 20s. Id. to 50s. per weew 60 per cent. The original claim of the men was for a flat rate over all earnings of 100 per cent.
Parcels frasi Ourll Ch ",....':cJ…
Parcels frasi Ourll Ch "cJ J. (i1. 1 if —*> WORK OF THE COMFORTS COMMITTEE. The Pwll Soldiers' and Sailors' Fund are sending 10s. as a Christmas gift to each man from Pwll who is fighting for his country (parcels of this value have already been sent to men in Egypt, Meso- potamia, Salonica, and other distant parts). A list of their names will shortly be shown at Pwll Post Office, and it would greatly help the work of tho Committee. if- all relations of the soldiers and sailors would make sure that their own boy is on the list, with the correct name, regiment and address, and in case of any alter- ation, would kindly send a post card immediately to either/ the President (Lady Howard, Cilymaenllwyd), or the Hon. Secretary (Mr. Walter Hoskins, Glanllyn, Pwli). The latest date for sending letters to soldiers is December 14th.
Clarke's the Man.I
Clarke's the Man. I From Monday to Wednesday the management have secured an unusually good film in "The Direlict," a William Fox production of the best, featuring Stuart Holmes. It is a lovely play that will please and interest, whilst "The Bubble of Love," a two-reel comedy, will cause more than a smile. The sixth episode of "The Girl from Frisco" will be seen; it is named, "The Turquoise Mine Conspiracy," and is one series of thrills right through. Is a woman really brave in face of danger ? Those who follow this wonderful serial will say "Yes." "The Girl from Frisco" does what few men would dare. She is a wonderful girl, and -her daring causes great excitement to patrons. From Thursday to Saturday a most sensational drama will be seen, viz., "Little Miss Somebody," with Violet Merserean in the leading role. "The Future of the Air," another drama, will cause many to hold their breath. It is up-to-date and very exciting. The rest of the programme is very good and select and Llaneliy patrons are in for a good week at the most luxurious hrU in South Wales.
Rural Council. A meeting of the Rural District Coun- cil was held on Thursday, when Mr. W. Y. Nevill presided. The late Mr. Seymour. Before proceeding with the business, the Chairman in proposing a vote of con- dolence with Mrs. Seymour and her family, sa,id that Mr. Thomas Seymour, J.P., was for maay years the chairman of that Council. The Vice-Ckairman (Mr. W. Llewelyn) seconded the motion which was passed in silence. On the moiion of the Chairman, a vote of condolence was also passed with Mr. J. L. Thomas, Pontardulais, on the death of his son. Closing Ordors. The Clerk reminded the members that at the last meeting an application was received for a Closing Order for the neighbourhood" of Cross Hands, and ex- plained that since then similar applica- tions had been received from Pontyberem and the Tumble district. He was in com- munication with the Home Offioe on the subject but had not received a reply yet. The Chairman: Will you approve of the applications provided the Home Office agree, so that we may have it done at once. It was decided to grant the Closing Orders subject to the oonson.t of the Home Office. Pembrey Contract. ) A letter was read from the PenxBrey Parish Coancil asking for a copy of the contract for the removal of refuse. The Cosncil were not satisfied that all refuse was being removed. The Clerk explained that a copy had been supplied. A LlangennecSi Path. A letter was read from the Llangennech Parish Coi-rneil cillli-ig attention to a path from Morlais and Pencoed-issa which was submerged in parts with the result that men employed at the Bynea Steelworks were obliged to walk along the G.W.R. line, which was dangerous. The Surveyor's report having been read it was decided to authorise the Clerk to communicate with the Company. A Milk Account. A letter was read- from the Tumble Im- provements Committee enclosing an ac- count for jE;2 for 32 quarts of milk for local typhoid patients -in July last, which the committee sanctioned when a request for the commodity was received from the nurses who were attending the patients. The Clerk: I don't know what auth- ority these gentlemen ha-d to order this milk. We were not oonsulted at the.! time. The Chairman: Do you know anything at all about it, doctor ? The Medical Officer: I am afraid I don't. It is not in connection with the hospital patients at all It may have been for patients in private houses, and possibly Mr. Waddell would, be able to explain. The consideration of the matter was deferred. Report cf the M.O.H. The Medical Officer reported that the number of deaths during the month of October was 32, giving a rate of mortali- ty of 12.83 per 1,000, as compared with 14.28 for the corresponding period of last year. Nine died before completing their first year of life, while the greatest age recorded during the month was that of a female in Llaneliy Sub-district, who died in her 88th year of life.- Scarlet Fever and Measles. I The Medical Officer reported six fresh cases of Scarletina, two cases of diph- theria, one of which proved fatal, and 13 fresh cases of measles. No case of typhoid fever had been notified since the last meeting. The Chairman: The epidemic has really died out now ? The Medical Officer: There is an epidemic of measles, and I am afraid it is spreading from the Llanelly Borough. The Chairman I meant the Typhoid epidemic. The Medical Officer: There has been no case of Typhoid notified for two months.
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COUNTY TRIBUNAL. LOCAL APPEALS DISPOSED OF. I A mooting of the Carmarthenshiro j County Tribunal was held at Llanelly 1 yesterday, when Mr. Wm. Griffiths, Llan- I eliy, presided. A Felinfoel Wheelwright. I In the case of Daniel Davies, Salem road, Felinfoel, it was stated that the man, who was 28 years of age, was a Wtheelwright, in the employ of Miss Peregrine. His work was of national im- portance. Replying to Mr. Wm. Davies, who re- presented him, appellant said he also did the blacksmith work for his father. He had a large amount of work in hand for farmers and others. Uhe nearest black- smith was at Dafen. Replying to Capt. Cremlyn., appellant said his. father was 59 years of age. Capt. Cremlyn: You ought to be ri the Army where you are wanted—23 eaTS of age and Class A. Conditional exemption for 4 months. Brothers cannot agree. I Samuel Landy, a picture tramer, re- sisted the appeal of Lieut. Ingrams. Landy said he was a married man with fire children and was Class B 1. He was a Russian. Capt. Cremlyn: Aren't there a great I, number of your compatriots in the town? —Yes. How long have you been in this busi- ness ?—12 or 13 years. Have you any brothers in this town ? —Yes, two. Any of them in this line of business?— Yes, both. Well, can't those two brothers carry this thing on for you P—No sir. Referring to one of his brothers, Landy said "We cannot agree on terms of friendship, especially in business mat- ters. The military appeal was dismissed. A Behtnder's Appeal. I Lieut. Ingrams appealed against the decision of the Llanelly Borough Tri- bunal in the case of a behinder named Richard Lewis, 25 Union Buildings. Mr. E. Kammerer who represented Lewis said the local Tribunal never went into the case at all. They adjourned it for a month so that they might them- selves know how to deal with it, the young man being a behinder, aged 23 years, in a tinplate works. Immediately that was done the military appealed, and ho submitted that an adjournment of that nature was not a decision against which an aopeal could be made. The Chairman: We are advised by our Clerk that the appeal is in order. Mr. Kammerer nursued his argument, whereupon Mr. White observed "We are wasting time." The Chairman directed the case to pro- ceed, the Chairman remarking that the | Llaneliy Tribunal had dealt with hund- red s of cases of tinplaters. Lewis said he. was emnloved at the Old Lodge Works, and behinders were very scarce. The Chairman: I cannot understand how h" is called 1m at all. I Cnpt. Cremlyn He is called up bocnuso his protection pn.rd has been cancelled, and he is a Chss A man. I T<ewi=. r>ror]i]eed a medical certificate string that he was unfit for Class A. The case was adjourned. Only Six Jobbing Carpenters. I J. H. Ballantyne, 131, James street, Class C 2, who was represented by Mr. J. Lewis Phillips, had his exemption re- ainted by tho military. Ballantyne said he was employed as a carpenter by Mr. Bonnel Thomas. He was the last man left, all the other em- ployees having joined the Army or gone on munitions. Replying to Capt. Cremlyn, Ballantyne said he was married in April last. Mr. Bonnel Thomas said he was a job- bing carpenter, and had 328 houses for repair in the town.. Only urgent repairs were being attended to now. There were not more than six jobbing carpenters re- maining in the town, the large firms con- fining themselves to munition work. Capt Cremlyn Have you tried to get a man over military age ?—Yes, at the Labour Exchange. The military apppal was dismissed. Co-operative Society's Baker. I The Llaneliy Co-operative Society re- sisted the appeal of Lieut, Ingrams againat the t<jmporary exemption allowed to Thomas Pengelley, 17, Gate terrace a married man with no children. The Society wrote to say that Pen- gelley was the foreman baker, and the huamoss would be seriously affected if he •was taken away. The Managing Secretary said the Society supplied about 1,000 families. C.pt. Cremlyri Isn t it possible for a female to do some baking ?—Wo can't find one. ￼ ? I don't suggest that a woman could bake as mudl or as well as a man, but I should think she could supplement what was being done?—It is not like a privaJte bakery; I don't think she would be able to stand the strain. ThQ military appeal was allowed, the man not to be called up for one month. To Capture German Trade. I Rudolf Boudy, 1, Bridge street, had his exemption resisted by Lieut. Ingrams. Appellant who was represented by Mr. J. Lewis Phillips, said he had made an invention of untarnishable gilt and mouldings, which prior to the war were imported from Germany. He employed eight persons, but would engage a hund- red if he could get them. He was a Russian subject, but had resided in this country 19 years, and had married a gentiie. Capt. Cremlyn: This is a recent in- vention of yours ?-No, I discovered it four years ago. Capt. Cremlyn: Oh, I thought you had discovered it since tho imooivt of the goods referred to had been stopped. Appellant: I am out to capture the German trade if I can. and I am doing so. The military appeal was dismissed.
- - AFFILIATION CASE.
AFFILIATION CASE. Mary Jane Davies, Llwyrthelig, Bryn- caerau, applied at the Police Court for an affiliation order against John Francis, Carway, in respeet of a. child born en 18th April, 1915. Plaintiff said that in July, 1915, she summoned defendant at Carmarthen, but the case was dismissed for want of cor- roborative evidence. When the child was born she was living near the defendant's home. They went to the same chapel and he began courting her in 190f. He was walking with her for five years, and after that he used to come to the house at 9 or 10 p.m., leaving about 2 a.m. There was no one downstairs except them both. After ho had joined the Army she wrote to him bu-t received no reply. Ho had promised to marry her some time before then. The Bench made an order of 4s. per week.
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Volunteer Eat alioxu
Volunteer Eat alioxu Battalion Orders by Lieut.-Col. W. N. Jones, commanding 1st Battalion, Car- marthenshire Volunteer Regimeat.-DrilL Hall, Murray street, Llaneliy. ORDERS FOR DECEMBER. Dec. 1 (Saturday).—Route March, Ex- tended Order, Outposts, Machine Gun. instruction (3 hours). Dec. 3 (Monday) .-Officer's Class and. N.C.O.'s Class by Adjutant and R.S.lft respectively. I Dec. 4 (Tuesday).—Drill (1 hour), Mus- ketry (1 hour), Machine Gun instruc- tion (2 hours). Dec. 5 (Wednesday).—Bayonet Fighting. (1 hour), Musketry (1 hour). Dec. 6 (Thursday).—Bombing (1 hour),, Musketry (1 hour). Dec. 7 (Friday)—Company drill (1 hour) Guard duties (1 hour), Machine Gun instruction (2 hours). Dec. 10 (l\londay).-Oificers' & N.C.O.'s Class by Adjutant and R.S.M. re- spectively. Dec. 11 (Tuesday) .—Musketry (1 hour )., Physical training (1 hour) Maehine Gun instruction (1 hour). Dec. 12 (Wednesday)—Bombing (rhouar) Musketry (1 hour). Dec. 13 (Thursday).—Bayonet Fighting (1 hour), Guard Duties (1 hour). Dec. 14 (Friday).—Drill (1 hour)" Mus- ketry (1 hour), Machine Gun instruc- tion (2 hours). Dec. 15 (Saturday).—Route Marsh; Eu- trenching, Advance Guards, etc.; Machine Gun instruction (3 hours). Dec. 16 (Sunday)—W ire Entanglememts; Company in Attack; Machine Gun in- struction (3 hours). Dec. 17 Monday).—Officers' Class and N.C.O.'s Class by Adjutant and R.S.M respectively. Dec. 18 (Tuesday) .—Bayonet Fighting (1 hour); Musketry (1 hour); Machino Gun instruction (2 hours). Dec. 19 (Wednesday).—Bombing (I hour); Musketry (1 hour). Dec. 20 (Thursday) .—Musketry (1 hour) Drill (1 hour). Dec. 21 (Friday)—Drill (1 hour)-; Guard Duties (1 hour); Machine Gun instruc- tion (2 hours). Dec 22 (Saturday).—Route March; Ex- tended Orded; Outposts; Machine Gun instruction (3 hours). Dec. 23 (Sunday) .—Entrenching EB- tanglements; Extended Order; Machine- > Gun instruction (3 hours). Dec. 24 (Monday).—All Ranks; Musket- ry (1 hout); Bayonet Fighting (1 hour) Dec. 27 (Thursday) .—Musketry (1 hour) Bombing (1 hour). Dec. 28 (Friday).—Musketry (1 hour); Drill (1 hour); Machine Gun instruc- tion (2 hours). Dec. 29 (Saturday).—Advance Guands, etc; Outposts; Extended Order; Machine Gun insfcn?ct;on (3 hours). Dec. 31 (Monday).—Officers' Class and N.C.O.'s Class hy Adjutant and R.S.M respectively. Hours of Parses,—Week Nights 1st hour, 7.30 to 8.30; 2nd hour, 8.30 to 9.30. Saturdays and Sundays, 3 p.m. Dress- -Week night parades—Plain clothes. Armlets to be worn. Recruits.—Recruit Drills will take place at each parade as laid down in the "Programme of Work" in addition to the Efficients Training. Equipment.—Any N.C.O. or men of Sections A, B, C and D, who has not al- ready been issued with Equipment, can obtain same from the Quartermaster's Stores any Drill Night after parade, pro- viding the Company Quartermaster Sergt. of the Company concerned is present. Armlets.-All ranks who have not been i. ssued with Ne", Pattern Armlets can ob- tain same any Drill night after parade from the Quartermaster's Stores. Sections D. and R.—Tho Commanding Officer trusts that all members in Sec- tions D. and R. will attend as many drills as possible. (Signed) A. G. Thomas, Major, Acting Adjutant 1st Bat. Carm. Vol. Rgt
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