And b? And the said court shall have power to allow sueh "ces and charges of their officers, as shall e reasonablc and proper in the preuiiSec. And be it f ar Uier enacted, Tiiat the rresident is 1 ei eby authorized, at. Modiflcation of the Confiscation Bill.
Washington, July Th;re is mm-b in tl-. It also provides thnt t! I think there is an nnfortuoate fo'rm of expression rajjher than a substantial objectron to tRis. The tcoitor agair. I see no objection to Congress duciding in advanee that they sh:ill be free. I hopo the faam is true of eoino other States. Indiod, I do not believo it vvould be phyfioally possible for tho general govornmont to return persons so cireumstaneed to actual slavery.
In this view of it, I have no objection to the feature of tho bi. Anoiher matter in these t'vo sections an I running through other parts oi the tot w'll be noticcd hereatter. I pyrceive no objection to the thii'cl and fourih sectiong. So f'ur as I wish to notioe the fifth and sixth suction, they may be considLiod tngether. Tho ] rinciplo of Beizing ar. The case has also been the subject of jokes in the social media and prompted demonstrations in and outside Bangkok.
The court did not find the tycoon guilty of illegal hunting or possessing the carcass of a panther as charged by the prosecutor. Three others were also found guilty and given jail terms by the court. Yong Dodkrua was sentenced to 13 months, Mrs. Nathee Riamsaeng, four months and Thani Thummat given two years and 17 months in prison. The four defendants were also ordered by the court to pay two million baht compensation to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation.
I am sorry. The wildlife sanctuary chief Wichien, who was hailed a hero for his courage in standing up against the influential tycoon, told the media he was satisfied with the verdict, adding that justice has been served.
I pyrceive no objection to the thii'cl and fourih sectiong. So f'ur as I wish to notioe the fifth and sixth suction, they may be considLiod tngether. Tho ] rinciplo of Beizing ar. Would it nol unie to plaee a power o! He is lo b free upon certair: conditions, hut wlietl" er these isonditiaoa lo or do nol, pertai to him, no mode of ascertaining is pn I.
This coald be easily BUppliei 'in the tenlh steilon I mako no ob jection. The eleventli section simply assnmes to ounfer cliscretionary powersuppn tlie Executive without the law. I have no hesitation to go as i'ar in the direotionindicatedas 1 may nt any time 1 expedient, and lam rendy to gay now I think it is proper for our military rnaiHli. They art; imobjocti.
Ti ue, thoro is to bo formal i'. Still I think t'r. Wi li great respect, I am corwtraioed to L tiii. Btill t;,o owncr niay not bo thus ad, and I think a Peasonabjo time. Siln'lar provisioils are not uncommon rucecdings in fim fut the roasoa statod.
Subjects Old News Michigan Argus. Michigan Argus, July 25, The court did not find the tycoon guilty of illegal hunting or possessing the carcass of a panther as charged by the prosecutor. Three others were also found guilty and given jail terms by the court. Yong Dodkrua was sentenced to 13 months, Mrs. Nathee Riamsaeng, four months and Thani Thummat given two years and 17 months in prison.
The four defendants were also ordered by the court to pay two million baht compensation to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation. I am sorry. The wildlife sanctuary chief Wichien, who was hailed a hero for his courage in standing up against the influential tycoon, told the media he was satisfied with the verdict, adding that justice has been served. Share Post.
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Feb 22 Feb 26 Feb 28 Mar 07 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 22 They gave the verdict to the Llangattock Scouts Band who thus again become possessed of tbe Shield held by them last year, and presented for competition by Captain Cole-Hamiltoa. This band has come under the benevolent eye of Major General Curteis, who has very kindly presented it with a handsome leopard's skin, which has been made into an excellent apron for the drummer.
A bridge constructing competition took place on Friday and proved to be an instructive one. Brecon came in for honours in this competion. The Judges-Gsn. Curteis, Lieut. Cockcroft and Mr. Photos by R, H. Stevens] [Crickhowell. Some amusement was caused when Captain Woodliffe was trying the strength of the Y sHad- gynlais bridge by walking over it.
A scout had removed a strong support, and the structure gave way and preoipitated the Scout Master into the river. The Dorothy Shield, which is awarded to the troop having the best record in points in the various competitions, was awarded to Ystradgyn- lais.
The points were Ystradgynlais , Llan- gattock , Crickhowell Life Saving Medals. On Friday afternoon Lord Glanusk presented two Royal Humane Society medals for life-saving one to Dilwyn Rees, of the 1st Breeon Troop, for his gallant conduct in helping to save a school fellow, named Williams, from drowning at Brecon in June last, and the other to the Willoughby I Prosser, of the Llangattock Troop, for saving a young boy named Lewis, son of Richard Lewis, of the "Butcher's Arms," Crickhowell, from drown- ing in the Usk on April 7th last.
The circum- stances of the Brecon case are too fresh in the minds of our readers to need recapitulation, but the faetsof the rickhowell rescue may be recalled. Prosser who livea at Crickhowell, though a member of the Llangattock troop of Scouts-his father, by the way is the conductor of the Llangattock Scouts' Band-was standing on the Usk Bridge when his attention was called to a boy being carried away by the swollen river.
He ran a considerable distance, about yards in all, first to t round to the river and then to catch up the drowning boy, and then plunged into the water, brought Lewis safely to bank, and began artificial respiration. Great praise is due to Messrs C. Linall and Co. Continued from page 6. Usk Valley Y. This two days' ftxture was commenced at Crickhowell on Tuesday.
Played at Brecon yesterday Wednesday. Builth made 12s and Brecon had scored for 4 wickets at the time of writing-Stephens not out 39, W P Evans not out 3S. Tuesday's London Gazette contained the announcement of the promotion of Capt J. South Wales Borderers. Trade and Prices. HAY General, Thursday. Rates of dairy and farm produce were :-Butter la Id to Is 2d per lb, eggs 9 to 10 for Is, chickens 5s 6d to 6a 6d per couple, fowls 5s 6d to 6s, dueks 6s to 68 6d, rabbits 6d to 8d each, potatoes Id per lb, tomatoes 4d to 6d per lb, plums 3id to 4d, whinberries 6d.
Prices:-ButtEr Is per lb, eggs 10 and 11 for 18, ducks 5s 6d to 6s 6d per couple, obickens 2s? Lately the markets have been rather small, owing to the hay harvest. Good supply of stock cattle trade rather dull, but good-class sheep easily disposed of at good prices. Shropshira ewes made from 45s to each store lambs io domand, several pens of theaves making from 25 to 28s each fat lambs, Sid per lb and wethers, 7d per lb.
Pork sold well, and cart pig" made from 22s to 25s each. The general toue of the fair was rather disappointing, as the farmers antici- pated that the heavy downpours of rain last week would improve trade very much. As it was the supply exceeded the demand except for best quality sheep aud lambs.
Prices were :—Eggs, 11 for Is butter, Is and Is 2d per lb; dressed fowls, 5" 6d to 7s 6d per couple ducks, 6 to 88 per per couple rabbits, 7d to 8d each winberries, 8d per quart apples, 1-td per lb kidney 2 beans, 2d per lb mushrooms, 3d per lb. Beef 6! Pigs rather more plentiful, but not much business passing. The first sheep sale of the season took place, but owing to Craven Arms sale there was not a large supply, and prices were not high. Best lamb made 9d, but the average was 8d; ewes, 2 6d to 7d.
No stores on off, and beef was not I of the best quality, but for the most part late rates prevailed. Some animals made 7:jd per I' lb, but the average was lower. Short supply of calves, which sold at late rates. Pigs unchanged. Fowls made j from 2s 6d to 4s 6d per couple, and ducks, 3s 6d to 5s dressed ducks made from 5s 6d to 7s per couple, and fowls, 4s to 6s 6d.
Butter was Is 3d per lb wholesale, Rnd Is 4d retail. Hen eggs sold at 10 to 11 a Is wholoBale, and 9 to 10 retail. The first meeting of this newly formed Associa- tion, which comprises the counties of Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Pembroke and Radnor, was held rt Carmarthen on Wednesday, and was largely attended. Mr Mervyn Peel presided. Breconshue was represented by the Hon R.
Devereax, Mr J. Conway Lloyd, Mr A. Beckwith and Me T. Mannd agent. The Hon R. Devereux and Capt Gibson Watt were amongst those elected vice-presidents. A resolution con- demning the payment of members of Parliament, moved by Mr Mervyn Peel and seconded by Mr Beckwith, was carried. Grants were made for propaganda work, and it was decided to run special trains, if possible, from all parts of South Wales to Mr Austen Chamberlain's meeting at j Llanelly on November 4th.
Breconshire Thrashing Price Increased. Brecon Building Trade Strike. The strike of Brecon masons continued until the beginning of the present week, when, we understand, one or two of the smaller bailders "gave in" and granted the increase asked, namely, from 7d!
It is understood that the remainder of the builders felt it impossible to continue the Btraggle under the circumstances, and agreed to concede the increase. Building operations were resumed on Tuesday. The builders as a body are not yet "out of the wood," however.
The carpenters are now signing a petition for an advance of the rates of pay. Jones, the Heudre, on gaining such a good position. Both have been awarded scholarships at the Llaadriudod County School. This achievement of the two girls reflects great credit on their teacher, Mrs Bates.
Lerigo and Mrs Lerigo, and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Afterwards the party played games in a field kindly placed at their disposal by Mrs Bowen and the Messrs Bowen, The Wern. A hearty vote of thanks wa61 accorded Mr and Mrs Lerigo for their generosity.
Beulah, and Hubert D Haines, Boughrood. Scholarships of JE6 each were awarded to the fol! A silver cup was awarded to Miss Llewelyn, Port Talbot, in the champion solo competition, and in the champion recitation competition Mr D T Williams, of Builth Wells, won the silver medal. On account of the heavy rain the meeting was held in the Rec tory Room, and was presided over by the Rector. Addresses were given by the Rector of Dissertb, the Vicar of Builth, and Archdeacon Bevan, the latter pointing out the great demand that was being made on the Chi rch in Western Canada.
A local gentleman who was assisting to clear the course approached them as they stood near the mono- plane, and gave the warning:—"Now, gentle- men, clear the course, or Mr Hamel will not fly again. The Knigbtou players arrived at Builth Wells early in the day and returned by the train.
A report will appear in our next issue. Jones was the printer of the tickets. Defendants pleaded guilty and the prosecution pointed out tbat the objects defendants had in view was the benefit of the Blaina Cottage Hospital. The Bench dealt leniently with the defendants and fined the first three defendants iCl and costs each and' Jones the printer was ordered to pay the costs. Address—Robert Williams and Sons, Ltd. Breese presided at Hay Guardians' meet- ing on Thursday.
The Hay Urban Council Wrote that it was net practical to have a fixed rate for the admission of patients to the isola- tion hospital. One patient would require entirely different treatment to amother. Mr Rolt is aa expert amateur rose grower and his latest success is that of second prize for a selection of eighteen roses at Shrewsbury Show. Our representative called on Mr Rolt last Tuesday morning at Glanwye and was courteously shown over the splendid rose gardens, and let into some of the mysteries of successful reariag and shewing of roses.
The various methods of propagation and preparation for show were fully explained. The roses, protected by their little conicil adjustable sun- bonnets, looked fine, and everywhere there was evidence of the work of a m:u' who applies scientific methods to the development of his hobby. There are a large number of visitors in the town, and it only remains for Hay to possess a few more attractions, when it will be able to establish itself among th flourishing health resorts of no mean order.
They were the recipients of a handsome present from their jhildren. The last, which was held in June, proved a distinct success. Ferris, of this village. His body was found ying on the road in Upper Boat on Saturday, the th inst. The Drtlers of Buffaloes and Shepherds were also itrougly represented and floral emblems were lumerous and very beautiful.
On Monday ifae annual tea and concert was held. Mr Edgar Gunter was the accompaaisa. Mr Jame3 had a paralytic seizure ibout a week ago. The funeral takes place on rhuraday at the Llanelley Parish Church. An encouraging sign of a beginning with the ictual treatment of consumptives at Pontywal, aear Talgarth, is the appearance in our advertise ment columns to-day of announcements that the National Memorial Association want a cook and a number of maids for service there.
Cricket Fixtures. Aug, Cwmcelyn Blaiua H'me. GlanuBk Park Away. Nartyelo United H'me. The Higher Cost of Living. That Free Traders are seriously disquieted over the facts and figures thus officially disclosed i. In many towns they stand at the same level as in , in a few they are slightly lower. Prices are likely to go on increasing, and unless there is a proportionate increase in wages—an increase which the figures of the past do not lead one to expect —it is hard to see how the working-class housewife, already hard put to it to make both ends meet, is going to stretch her husband's wages sufficiently to cover the cost of the bare necessities of existence.
The report before us shows that, m the 88 towns dealt with, the increase in the retail prices of food and coal between and was per cent. If we extend the comparison back to , the increase in food prices has been about 25 per cent. The result has been, as the Radical Star," of August ISth, says, that "the working classes have met these ohanges by lowering their standard of dietary, or by going with- out othor commodities.