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POLICE INSPECTION AT BARRY DOCKS. FINE BODY OF MEN REVIEWED BY CAPTAIN TERRY. The annual inspection of E. Division of Glamorgan County Constabulary took place at Barry Docks on Wednesday week last. The inspecting officer was Captain H. D. Terry, who was accompanied by Captain Lionel Lindsay, the Chief Constable, and Deputy Chief Constable J. F. Giddings. About 90 officers and men paraded in the yard of Holton-road Schools, the officers present being Inspectors D. Morris (Barry Docks), J. H. Hallett (Penarth), and W. Nott (Llandaff) Sergeants Ben Davies (Cadoxton), J. Abrahams (Barry), R. H. Thomas, D. Phillips, and A. Poolman (Barry Docks), L. Nicholls (Bargoed), James Davies (Taff,s Well), and L. Williams (Senghenydd). There were also on parade about a dozen South African War heroes, who wore their medals. The men, all of fine physique, looked exceedingly smart, and executed their drill in a splendid manner, thanks to the careful training of Sergeant D. Phillips, in whose charge they were. Afterwards Captain Terry inspected the books of the Divisional Office, kept by Sergeant R. H. Thomas, and the Central Police Station, which is in charge of Inspector and Mrs Morris, and expressed himself as being highly pleased with all he had seen.

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