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INFLUENCE OF WATER ON THE…

CINNAMON.

ALCOHOL AND PLANT LIFE.

"A BROMIDE SLEEP."

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COLOURS OF FLOWERS.

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BARRY POLICE COURT. MONDAY. Before Colonel Guthrie, Dr Treharne, and Mr W. Paterson. LICENSING APPLICATIONS. The license of the Red Lion Inn, Bonvilstone. was temporarily transfcireu fiom Mis .Mary Gibbon co Mr E. Deere, late of the Park Hotel, Barry and that of the Park Hotel, Barry, from Mr Deere to Mr John Henry Gould. NO DOG LICENSE. I Joseph Mackenzie, Cadoxton, wss fined lOsfor keeping a dog without a license. Mr W. H. D. Cobb represented the Inland Revenue. DAMAGING GBOWING GRASS. For damaging growing grass at, Merthvr Dovan, the property of David Rees, Wmte r arm, Mabel Price, Penarth, and Ada Beync-n, Crogan Hid, wete fined Is 6d each. A DANGEROUS PKACTICU. A fine of Is each was imposed upon Herbert, Symonds, Cadoxton, and Joseph Kuowles. Barry, for indulging in the dangerous practice of throwing stones on the highway to the danger of the public. OBSTRUCTING THE HIGHWAY. A youth, Joseph Henry Redaway, Porthkerry- road, Barry', for causing an obstruction by wheeling a bicycle oil the pavement, was iintd is. DISMISSED. The case against Albert Curds, Barry, charged with riding a bicycle on the highway without lights, was dismissed. AN OFFENCE ON LICENSED PREMISES. William Williams was fined 5s fcr being drunk on licensed premises. SU-NDAY DRINKING AT CADoXTON-BAKRY. Sergeant Davies aDd P.O. Ha.wkins stated that at four o'clockthe previous afternoon he saw Dennis Tobin, Thomas Jones, Francis Wafckins, John John. John Reed. Thomas Towhev. Thomas Parry. and Frederick Brown, on the Gibbons Down-road, CadoYton. very uru,;f^ and behaving in a most ol.c, manner., loom and Towhev were fined 10s. and the other aelendants 7s 3d each. Colonel Guthrie severely cautioned the defendants against I repeating the offence. 0 ALLEGED THEFT. Robert Treharne, a labourer was brought up in custody charged with stealing 3 from the person of John Hill. Complainant, said he with a number of others pooled to buy a 45 gawoa cask of beer, when prisoner picked up the money put down by complainant, and ran away. Complainant ,,d he was drunk at the time.—Case dismissed. OFFENDING TELKGBAPH BOYS. Evan John Roes. Bertie Davies, and Samuel W. Hinder tth-raph boys, were fined la each for playing football on the highway in East-street, Barry. NO CONTROL. Arthur Lennon. sawdust dealer, was ordered to pay a penalty of 7s 6d for being at such a distance so as not to have control over li;s fctveo. THE DRUNKS. A fine of 123 3d was imposed upon Frank Watkins for being drunk and disorderly Thomas Drew was fined 7s 3d Richard VVheaton, Herbert Ileadley. John Maisey, and James Grant os. and Richard Welsh. William Lloyd, liichard Edwards, John Driscoll, Evan John Davies, James Watkins, Mary O Leary, and Alice Bennett being sent to prison for 21 days without the option of a fine.

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