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r J Indecent Exposure at Penarth ..L A QUESTION FOR THE DOCTORS. At the Penarth Police Court on Wednesday morn- ing, before Major Thornley and District Councillor Morris, George Robinson, an intpllif/ent and respecra- ble looking- man was charged with indecentlv exposing himself at Penarth, on the 22nd inst. Miss Sarah Katherliae Allen, 3, Kymin Terrace, deposed that last Monday afternoon, at 5.10 whilst looking out of the front upstairs window, she saw prisoner with his back turned towards her, surrounded by a number of children, When he turned round she saw that be was exposing himself he didn't stand long in one place, but walked up and down, and when any adult came along be turned up Beach Lane. Among- the children were girls between 11 and IS years old. Witness again saw prisoner under similar circum- stances, 2 houis later. Miss Ellen Ailesi gave confir- matory evidence, adding that when L,-oing for a policeman, Robinson followed her up the back lane. The prisoner when asked if he had any questions to ask, witne3s replied in the negative, but added he had a good deal to say. He had suffered from this afflic- tion since 1887, and had absolutely 110 knowledge of his having committed the offence. For past similar act?? he had undergone various terms of imprisonment, besides paying fines, thus alienating his wife's affec- tions, losing his friends and social position. He had also lost X- 300, and the second time he came out of prison he would not go out alone, being fearful of further committing himself. Wheu first convicted he thought it was a charge trumped up by his enemies, he could not believe he had been guilty of such a thing, and moreover could :not say when it might occur again. He bad been brought up in a moral way, but was evidently irresponsible for his actions, and therefore for the sake of his wife and children he should like to be medically examined. The Bench consequently remanded him for a week pending enquiries and an examination.
Three Months abed with a Broken L3g. BUT HER HUSBAND CLEARED." At Wednesday's police court, before Major Thornley and Mr W. L- Morris, Eliza Humphreys, of Harriet Street, Cogan, was arraigned for being on Sunday midday, the 14th inst-, drunk, using "beastly" language, and refusing to go home at the solicitation of PC. 362, who therefore arrested her. Eliza having "supped sorrow with a wooden .spoon'' now expressed her repentance, informing the Bench that she had just recovered from a broken which had confined her to her bed for 3 months, and tiuit on t'ie unfortunate Sunday, she was npset and had fone to a friend's house. No doubt she was in a very excited condition and didn't know what she was doing- but ber husband was with her, <• Yes, said the constab e but her husband cleared." Five shillings was th magisterial fiat. Eliza not having the needful handy, was allowed to depart provided she paid next Saturday.
Penarth Police Court. Magistrates: Major Thornby and Mr W- L' Morris. ROBBING APPLE GARDENS. W. Smith, Mathew Smith, John Evans, William Westecott, Jas. Wdstecott, Charles Davies, William FarreH and William Whiley,-boys ranging in age from 0 to 13-were charged with stealing apples on the 19th inst. from the garden of Mr Robe: t George Laws, residing at 8, Church Road. Mr D. W. Evans appeared on behalf of the Smiths. Mr Laws in giving evidence admitted that he, himself had not actually seen the boys commit the thett neither did he know of any one in the court wuo bad. The Clerk Then there's nobody to prove having seen them. The case against the Smiths was therefore dismissed, Major Thornley observing that it was a disgrace for children to be brought there as criminals without the slightest evidence of their stealing, it was not fair at all. Mr Laws said the police bad arrested the boys and he was therefore under the impression that it was un- necessary for him to bring any witnesses- The case was in the hands of the police who ought lo have advised him in the matter of evidence P.C. 163 was examined, and said be arrested them and they admitted it There were 10 or 12 altogether. One of them said I'm guilty, Johnny Evans opened the back door and we all went in." Major Thornley evidently displeased at the mode of procedure acquitted Whiley as being the y()Un„est and after ascertaining from the 2 WestecoUs Farrei and Davies, their respective ages, fined each of them a shilling including costs, and said the next time they would be sent to jail.