PENTRE (RHONDDA VALLEY).|1879-06-28|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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CARDIFF.

PENARTH.

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PENTRE (RHONDDA VALLEY).

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PENTRE (RHONDDA VALLEY). DAMAGING GRASS.âOn Monday, at the petty- sessionsâbefore Mr Ebenezer Lewis, Maindee Hall, Newport; Dr. Leigh, and Mr W. Reesâ Henry Jones, Henry Ar^eis, Wm. Rees, Rees Phillips, and Thomas Powell were summoned for damaging grass at Llwynpia, belonging to Lord Bute. Daniel Jenkins proved the offence. The boys were fined 3s 61 each. ELIEPING POWDER IN A DANGEROUS PLACE.â Evan Lewis, Llwynpia, was summoned for keep- ing powder in an unfit place on his premises. Superintendent Mathews proved the offence. De- fendant was fined 3d for every pound that he had on the premises at that time. DEFECTIVE SCALES AND WEIGHTS.âE Iward Meredith, Pandy, was summoned by Superinten- dent Mathew s for keeping and using a scales which were not correct, the 281bs, weight being only 23ilbfJ. The boy in the shop admitted that it was not right, but said they made allowance for the short weight. Defendant was fined 50s and costs. EXTENSIVE THEFTS.âAnn Rees, Trealaw, was charged by E. Bauman, watchmaker, Pontypridd, with stealing a wedding ring from his shop on Wednesday last. Complainant said that the prisoner came into his shop, and asked to see some wedding rings, several of widen she tried on, and wanted to see a cheaper article. He pro- duced another sort, and she selected three, and asked for a bill, saying she would consult her hus- band, and leave the rings until she came back. Mrs Bauman came into the shop after the prisoner had left, and told Mr B ;U.nan that she did not like the appearance of that girl, and that it was better for them to reckon the rings. They did so, aud missed one ring. He caught prisoner at the railway-station, Pontypridd, gave her in charge of Sergeant Watkins, and the ring was found on her. She begged them to lot her go. There were in her pocket two pawn tickets, and 7s lOd in money. There were two other charges against her for stealing drapery and trousers from outside Mr Daniel Williams' shop, Pontypridd, on the same day. Miss Julia Goodman said that the prisoner came into the shop to pledge a pair of tro .sers at 2s Gd. Mr Llewellyn Delleney, draper, Pontypridd gave evidence against her for stealing ladies' jackets. These were also pledged at 7s 6d each. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sent to gaol for 14 days for each offence. STEALING AN IROB iiox.âPriscilla Hicks was charged by Mr Henry Bale, Blaenrhondda, with stealing an iron box from his house. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sent to Cardiff goal for 10 days, with hard labour. AFFILIATION.âJane Evans, Cwmpark, obtained au order upon David Jones to contribute towards the support of her child. THREATS.âElizabeth Jenkins charged Elizabeth Worthy, Pentre, with using threats on last Mon- day week, and defendant was bound over to keep the peace. NOT A GRAIN OF LOVE FOR HIM.âSarah Evans, Ystrad, charged her husband with abusing her. Complainant said that she had been, on many occasions, badly abused. She wanted to have a separation order, as she had not a grain of love towards him. He wa3 bound over to keep the peace.

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