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Cardiff Council. I

LOCAL MARINE BOARD, I

JUMPED 212 FEET.(

ROYAL CLARENCE THEATRE,I PONTYPHIDD.

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Family Notices

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Merchandise Trade Marks Act.

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Merchandise Trade Marks Act. frosecution of a Rhondda /Erated Water Company. At the Ystrad Police Court, this afternoon- &fore Mr Ignatius Williams, Dr, T-tines, and Mr It H. Davies—the Liwynypia grated Water •company, Rhondda Valley, were summoned ^dec the Merchandise Trade Marks Act for IIsInK and exposing for sale bottles belonging to tarioue other proprietors, Mr A. F. Hill, Solicitor, Cardiff, instructed by several gentlemen hpresentmg the various firms, prosecuted, trhe defendants were not legally represented J) court, but Mr John Jenkins, one the shareholders of the company and landlord af the Ivor Hail, Liwynypia, appeared for them. It appeared from the evidence of Mr Eustance' ^peotot under the association, that on the 13th ÅUrusb last he noticed a nutnbsr of bottles of ara.ed water being taken from the defendants' !at" into a publIc, house at Tonyrefail, near forth. He followed one of the boxes into the fcotel, and purchased a bottle of soda-water and a ootfcle of lemonade. He subsequently called upon .he head manager of the company, and ^formed him that the company would be prese- Olited under the Merchandise Trade Marks Act. lrbe manager pleaded guilty. The Stipendiary remarked that as the company had put their own Jubels upon the bottles they had used, there was lbyidently no intention on their part to deceive the public. Mr Hill observed that when the labels were off customers of the company were •ometimes selling them or giving them away in their retail trade, and consequently the public "'ere under the impression that the particular fcotela were dealing with the firms whose names •cere on the bottles. However, it was an 811ence under the Act if the company covered the other finns' marks or names with "belr own labels. The Bunch quite concurred. 411 Hill remarked that there were six similar oe:{,g agaJns the defendants, and as they had è&en warned iwice a heavy penalty should be ltntOlOsed. The Stipendiary observed that the Penalty fut the hrst offence was Z20, Mr JellkllB, representing the defendants, remarked lst the man who had, unaware to the company, 46wi the bottles had been discharged summarily. fine of 910, including costs, was imposed. I

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The Siiver Robbery. I

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Battle of the Wards.i

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IVOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE, I

DEATH OF MR JOHN EVANS, BRIDGEND.

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The _Illness of Mr E. Tattersall.I

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Tragic Incident at Cardiff;

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