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LLANELLY INTERMEDIATEI AND…

OFF TO THE UNITED STATES.

THE TOWN IMPROVEMENT. I

AN ACCIDENT AT PENCOED COLLIERY.

. TINPLATERS IN GLASGOW. I

THE JENNINGS' MEMORIALI .FUND.

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DISGRACEFUL SCENES Arr THE…

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DISGRACEFUL SCENES Arr THE RAILWAY STATION. PROCEEDINGS AT THE POLICE COURT. At the Town Hall on Wednesday (before Messrs. R. Maclaran, S. Bevan, and Major Bythway) David Thomas, Old Harbour; D. Owen, Wood brook-terrace, and Wm. James, Goodwiiistown, Burry Port, were charged with an offence against the G.W.R. bye-laws on Sunday, the 4th inst. Mr. T. R. Ludford appeared for the company and Mr. D. R. Williams appeared for the defence. Mr. Ludford, in his opening speech, said that a. good many people came from Pembrey to Llanelly for the purpose of Sunday drinking and the railway authorities maintained that these people behaved themselves in a very disordorly manner. The company were determined to put a stop to such scenes on their premises. This was a case taken under bye-law No. 9 of the company. Matthew Lewis, a porter at the Llanelly Station, deposed that he was at the station on Sunday, 4th April about 8.30. He saw the defendants oil the down platform. The platform was crowded at the time. The defendants were drunk and disorderly and using very dirty and abusive language and one of them I ell down twice on the platform. Cross-examined by Mr. Williams He did not notice any more drunken people on the platform that night. The police sergeant had to interfere when they became violent. He did not report the case because he was not on duty. Joseph Protheroe, waggon inspector on the G.W.R., Sworn, said that he was at the station on the night in question. He was certain he saw the three defendants On the platform. There were about six who were using very abusi ve language. Two of the defendants wanted to fight one with the other. The platform was crowded. Cross-examined by Mr. Williams Two of the defendants use] very abusive language. He could not Swear to the language of the defendant Thomas. P.S. J. Jones deposed that he was at the Llanelly Station on the 4th of April. After the departure of the mail he noticed a disturbance on the down platform. He noticed the defendants, and the language that was used was most foul and obscene. They wanted to tight and he interfered. They were causing a great annoyance to the passengers. The Bench: You identify the three defendants as the persons on the platform ? Witness: Yes, sir. Cross-examined by Mr. Williams: These were the three that were causing the disturbances. He did not ask for their names as he knew them by sight. Thomas Bamford, Inspector in the employ of the G, W.R., deposed that there was a copy of -the bye-laws posted up at the Llanelly Station. Mr. D. R. Williams asked the bench to deal leniently with the defendents. This might be a lesson to them. No doubt they were under the influence of drink when this occurred. The Bench said that the conduct of the defendants on this occasion was disgraceful. They would fine them Xi 11s. each including costs. AN ASSAULT. u. Thomas, olle or the above defendants, was also charged with assaulting P.S. Jones on Sunday night, the 4th of April, at the Llanelly Station. P.S. John Jones, sworn, said that the defendant was drunk and he asked him to he quiet on several occasions. Witness put him down and asked for his name and address. While takiug his name, defendant struck him on the back- of his head. Mr. D. R. Wiliiams pleaded for the defendant and asked them to deal as leniently as possible with him. C:\pt. Scott said there were previous convictions against him. The Bench said this Kas the completion of the Sunday brawl and they would fine him £ 1 8s. including costs,

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