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I The Man About Town.-

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I RAID ON COAL MERCHANTS,…

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RAID ON COAL MERCHANTS, I Extensive Use of Unjust Weights. I I A Number of Defendants Fined, I The Cardiff Weights and Measures Department have passed over the coal hawker tpd looked after the people who sell the ooal to these retailers. The result was that a number of summonses were issued on the complaint of T. C. Major, the Chief inspector of weights and measures, and these were heard by Mr Stipendiary Lewis at the Cardiff Police Court this morning. The Park Ooal Company, Limited, of Salisbury-road, Cardiff, were fined £ 2 and costs on each of two summonses for having in their possession unjust weights. Alfred Hunt, coal dealer, of 171, Eldon-road, for possessing un- just weights was fined JB2 and costs. Frank Nicholls, of 12 and 13, Mountstuart-square, ooal dealer, was fined E2 and oosts for having one unjust weight in his possession for trade use. Michael Mahoney, for a like offence, was fined 22 )P,nd oosts. Mahoney is a coal dealer of the New Rhymney Coal Yard. There were also the following oonviotions for possessing unjust weights William Marks, of the New Rhymney Coal Yard, fined ;02 and costs; Robert Rixon, also of the New Rhymney Ooal Yard, fined B2 and costs E. T. Sanders, of 3, Newport-road, fined JB2 and oosts; Daniel Madder, of the New Rhymney Coal Yard, fined 22 and oosts and Wm, Henry Morgan, of the Old Rhymney Coal Yard, fined B2 and costs. In nearly every oase the offence was admitted.

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