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BARKY DOCKS.

BARRY

COGAN.

CARDIFF.

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LECKWITH.

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

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BARRY POLICE COURT.rl

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BARRY POLICE COURT. rl THURSDAY. Before Mr J. Duncan and Dr E. Treharue. A WATCHING BRIEF. At the opening of the court, Miss Gertrude Jenner, the Typicca, informed the Bench that she was present to watch the proceedings that day. LICENSING APPLICATIONS. An application for the transfer of the license of the Red Lion Inn, Bonvilstone, from Mrs Ann Gibbons to Mr Edwin Deere, of the Park Hotel, Barry, was adjourned for Mrs Gibbon to appear to consent to the transfer. The Bench on the same ground adjourned a like application with refer- ence to the Park Hotel. WAGES CASE. The case of Herbert Randell v. Joseph Lippiet, master painter, for non-payment of wages under an order of the Court was adjourned till Monday. Mr A. Jackson, solicitor, appeared for the plaintiff. MISCELLANEOUS CASES. For using lightless vehicles on the highway, Benjamin Goes and Herbert Pritchard were fined 2s 6d each. A penalty of Is each was imposed upon Albert Wheeler, Barry, and Alfred Richards, Cadoxton, for throwing stones on the highway. Allan Richards, for allowing two horses to stray on the highway, was mulct in 2s 6d. Mary Jane Jenkins, The Dimlands, Llantwit Major, was fined 7s 6d for driving without lights at Bonvilstone. A FIGHTING fRIO. Elizabeth Hellings, Annie Evans, and William Powell were charged by P.C. Chilcott with causing an obstruction by fighting in Beryl-road, Barry Docks. The constable said the two women were fighting with Powell. Powell was dismissed, and the women cautioned. WHOSE IS THE DOG? Elizabeth Rose, George-street, Barry Docks, was charged with keeping a dog without a license. Defendant stated the dog did not belong to her, but to the chief mate of the s.s. St. Mongo. P.C. Evans, however, stated the animal had been about defendant's premises for over two years.-Case dismissed. SENT TO PRISON. Edward Holloran, plasterer, was sent to prison for 14 days with hard labour for being drunk and disorderly and using obscene language on the highway. THE SCALE OF INEBRIETY. James Tobin was fined 5s for being drunk and disorderly. William Sandford, Evan Jones, Alfred Olsen, Robert Duncan, and Samuel Gaskells were ordered to pay 7s 6d each and James Tremworth, 10s. THEFT OF A ROSE. For stealing a rose, Percy Cross, aged 10 years, was fined a shilling, the offence being committed in the garden of Abraham Morgan, Court-road, Barry Docks. MUST GO TO AN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. Rebecca, the truant daughter of John Morgan, Barry Docks, was sent to an industrial school till she is sixteen years of age, for irregular attendance at school. FOOTBALL ON THE HIGHWAY. John Fowler was fined Is for playing football in Thompson-street, Barry Docks.

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