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ALLEGED ILLEGAL CLUB. I Charges ef Aiding and Abetting. I This afternoon, at the Cardiff Police-court, there was heard a rather unusual summons in connection with the illegal sale of beer. The defendants were Tom Tarr and Hugh Hughes, summoned for selling beer at 43, Cornwall-street, on October 27th, and A. H. Jarman, summoned for aiding and abetting. There were two sum- monses against Jarman. The prosecution was donducted by the deputy town clerk (Mr F. C. Lloyd), whilst Mr George David (David and Evans) defended. Mr F. C. Lloyd in opening the case said the case arose out of some proceedings which had taken place at 43, Corn wall-streeb-tbe Saltmead Workingmen's Club and Institute. The place was registered as a Friendly Society under the Act of 1875: Tarr, who represented him- self as the manager, was charged with selling beer, and the treaeurer was charged with aiding and abetting. There was a second summons against the treasurer, Jarman, for aiding and abetting Hughes, a former manager, who was also charged with selling beer. Tho reason Hughes was charged was because the club was in the habit of changing its officials. P.C. Beadle was called, and proceeded to give evidence of the raid when The Stipendiary said what the prosecu- tion had to do was to prove that liquor and money passed, and thereby throw she burden of proof on the defendants. There was so far no question as to whether the place was a club or not. That would be the de- fence. Mr David My friend may take it from me that there has hen a sale. The Stipendiary Then I may take it that liquor was sold on October 27th. That will put you on your defence, Mr David. Mr David Yes, sir.

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