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BARRY POLICE COURT.

FRIDAY.

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FRIDAY. Before Mr H. J. Simpson and Mr J. Griffith Thomas. "MILK, OH A fine of Is was imposed upon Charles Davies, milkman, of Holton-road, Barry Docks, for noisily hawking milk.-Defendant pleaded guilty. CHIMNEYS ON FIRE. George Edwards and John Rogers, both of Barry, were each fined Is for allowing the chimney of their houses to be on fire. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. Hannah Ridge and Emily O'Brien (who called a number of witnesses for the defence), were charged with the same offence, and were also dismissed. For a similar offence, John Roper was ordered to pay a fine of 5s. SUMMONED FOR INDECENT LANGUAGE. John Cunningham did not appear to answer a charge of using indecent language, and a warrant was ordered to be issued for his arrest. FINED FOR GAMING. Benjamin Allport, Louis Govier, George Deans, Harry Webb, and Albert Langley, all of Barry Docks, appeared in answer to a charge of gaming with cards on Sunday, the 15th ultimo, when they were seen by P.O. Fuller, in company with Sergeant Poolman, playing a game of banker on a piece of waste ground off Gladstone-road. He gave chase, and caught Deans, and on going back for the cards found 2gd on them.—Sergeant Poolman corroborated. — Govier, Webb, and Langley denied that they were playing, bub the other two defendants admitted the offence.-Mr Simpson (to Langley) You have been here five times for gambling. -Defendant: Yes, and on three occasions I was not near the place.- Langley and Govier were fined 10s each, the other defendants being ordered to pay 5s each. A NUISANCE TO THE PLACE. "She has not been here long, but she is a nuisance to the place." This was Police-Inspector Morris' description of Carrie Dryer, who was charged with being drunk and disorderly on two occasions. — The woman stoutly denied the charges, but the Bench sent her to prison for seven days without the option of a fine. SHE MUST LEAVE THE TOWN. Annie Hartrey told the Bench ebe was a 1 hawker, having just come from Cheltenham but P.C. Beedles stated that on the previous evening he watched the woman's movements for over an hour, during which time she accosted five men. When another woman came up and spoke to her, she fought with the latter because she wanted, as the constable put it, to take a bloke from her." (Laughter.)-The Bench dismissed the woman on a charge of soliciting prostitution on her promising to leave the town. UNLICENSED DOG. George Wilcox was mulct in 7s 6d for having a dog without a license. P. e. David Lewis proved the case. THE DRUNKARDS' LIST. There were a large number of cases of drunk and disorderly, which were disposed of as follows —August Johnson was fined 7s 6d Annie O'Connor was sent to prison for seven days with- out the option of a fine Laurence Royal, John Hart, Joseph Abraham, Cornelius Barnett, and George Smith were ordered to pay 5s each; Albert Gunter and Francis Potty, 28 6d each and warrants were ordered to be issued for the appearance of Ellen Morgan and Sarah Ann Stowells.

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