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MOUNTAIN ASH POLICE COURT Thursday, Oct. 26.âBefore Messrs. R. ) A. Griffith (Stipendiary), Griffith Evans and J. K. Brooks. j Drunk and DiiOrderly.ol;m Jones, in Station Terrace, Penrhiwceiber, 13s; Anthony Smedley, in Oxford Street, Mountain Ash, 15s.; Mary Walsh, drunk only, in Duffryn Street, Moun- tain Ash, 6s. "Give Him Another." Thomas, Close 35 Gwern Ifor Street, Mountain Ash aged 13 years, summoned .Leslie Frank tvear for assault. The boy's evi- dence was that Lear struck him and kicked him when in the gutter.-lear's; defence was that Close struck his boy twice .-Close admitted striking defend- ant's bov twice.âDefendant, contmu- inf, said that he caught the boy and smacked his back. He denied kicking him,-Stipimdiary (to boy's mother) Take him home and give him another smacking. You ought not to have brought the case here. Case dismissed. Ejection.âDavid W. Howell, were- tary of the Ynysboeth Cottage Co., ap- plied for an ejectment order agalllst i Wm. James Powell, 82 Avondale St., Ynviboeth. Powell owed £12 arrears of rent and was not paying at all now. â¦

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