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THE HARVEST IN SOUTH WALES.

COWBRIDGE FARMERS' CLUB.

MURDEROUS-A SSAULT AT SWANSEA.

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CARDIFF.'

WHITCHURCH.

ST. FAGAN'S.

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TREDEGAR. UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING.âAt the police-court, on Tuesdayâbefore Dr Coates and Mr G, A. Brown -John W. Lewis, haulier, was brought up in custody, on remand, charged with cutting and wounding David Prosser, haulier, at Ebbw Vale, on the 7th inst. Mr Win. Price, of Aber- gavenny, was solicitor for the defence, and as a further remand was necessary on account of the serious nature of the wounds preventing the prose- cutor from attending,he (Mr Price) asked the bench to accept bail for his client. The police objected, and the application was not entertained. The prisoner was remanded till Wednesday, when bail will be most probably accepted if the medical man in attendance on prosecutor certifies that the patient is out of danger. STEALING COAL.âGeorge Edwards, an old man, charged by Constable Vaughan with steal- ing coal at Sirliowy, was fined 5s inclusive. ASSAULTS.âSusannah Owen, Martha Owen, Wm. Owen, and Mary Harris were charged by Susan and Mary Jane Neal, mother and daughter, with assaulting them at Ebbw Vale.âThe evidence disclosed the fact that bad feelings existed on both sides, the "green eyed monster" having alittJe to do with the affair, Mrs Harris being accused of undue familiarity" with the husband of Susan Neal. Dr Coates said the best plan was to bind the lot over to keep the peace, which binding, he hoped, would cement the ties of friendship and make them a happy family once again.

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BI.AENAVON.

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RHONDDA VALLEY.