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BETTING CASE COLLAPSES.

COUNTY SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION.

SUNDAY DRINKING AT CAERPHILLY

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INTIMIDATION CASES AT RISCA.

PAWNBROKER CENSURED.

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PAWNBROKER CENSURED. Sarah Musgrove and Selina. Rushbrook were charged at Bridgeud Police Court on Satur- day with stealing a watch from the person of William Howells, of Coity, whilst he was at the York Hotel on the 30th of August, and Ebenezer Rushbrook was charged with receiv- ing the watch, knowing it to be stolen pro- perty.âInspector Evans proved tracing the watch and arresting the prisoners. All three were sentenced to one month's hard labour. At the close of the case the Inspector com- plained of the conduct of a. Maeeteg pawn- bloker named Edward Kern, with whom the watch ha.d been pawned. He had told the police on their making inquiries that he knew nothing about the watch. The last enquiry was made on the day the prisoners were arrested, and he then denied having received it. Further inquiries were made wio the result that the pawnbroker brought the watch to Bridgend, and the chairman of the justices (Mr. William Llewellyn) severely reprimanded him, and said if he were not more careful he, too, would find himself in the prisoner's dock.

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DOMESTIC ""INFELICITY.

FARMERS AT LOGGERHEADS.

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BISHOP FERRAB. .

ABERY STWITH TOWN COUNCIL

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