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The Lianwoqno Cuardians.

THE LANDLAY'S GOLD RING.

4 LOCAL PATENTS.

London College of Music.

Boy Burglars at Caerphilly

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.,...-The World of Pastime.…

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Our Jokes Competition.

Two Pictures and a Letter.

Common Diseases '

.+ Philanthropic Order of…

4 Ta Late Mr David Ivor Williams,…

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The Prize Fight at Dinas.

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Porth. THURSDAY.âBefore Dr Ivor A. Lewis (in the chair), Mr T. Griffiths, Dr H. N. Davies, and Mr D. W. Davies. John Evans, a Porth collier, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly at Porth on the 3rd inst. P.C. Thompson proved the case, and a fine of 10s was imposed. Letitia Samuel, a Trealaw married woman, was summoned for stealing 401bs. of coal, value 3d, from the siding of the Naval Colliery, Peny- graig. P.S. Marcombe proved the case, and a fine of 5s was imposed. Edward Minion, a Dinas collier, was brought up under arrest charged with being drunk and disorderly at the Prince of Orange Hotel, Dinas, on the night of the 19th of June. P.C. Maine proved the offence, and defendant was fined 10s. Henry Jones, collier, Ferndale, was fined 2s 6d for allowing his chimney to be on fire, Wright Owen, collier, Tylorstown, was fined 10s for being drunk and disorderly at Tylors. town on the 7th inst. P.C. Aldridge proved the case. The following were illustrations of the great thirst experienced in the Rhondda during July. William Anthony, coUier, Porth, fined 10s; John Thomas, collier, Cymmer, 10s; William Said, haulier, Ynyshir, 5s; George Harring- ton, haulier, Ynyshir, 10s; Gwilym Prosser, col- lier, Ynyshir, 10s, and David Savage, collier, Penygraig, 5s. .9

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Stealing a Dog.

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