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Porth-Thursday. Before the Stipendiary, Mr J. Ignatius Wil- liams, Drs. Ivor Lewis. and N. Davies. Unfit to Drive. For failing to appear at the previous Court Charles For:, a Dinas brake-driver, was brought up in custody and charged with leav- ing his horse brake unatten,led at Pen- rhiwfer on the 7th mst. mi<Ld<ay. A constable told tin- Bench that wnilst defendant was at an L drinking several young men and a woman v.ere misconducting themselves in the brake. The Stipendiary observed that defen- dant u-is unfit to 'oe a driver, and that his license should be stopped. Superintendent Cole replied that this had been â ! -i: A fine of 15s. was imposed. "Cham pion Boxer of Aberdara Eii Hanbury. a Cilfynydd collier, was charged with being drunk and assaulting P.C. Dolby on the evening of the 20th. P.C. Dolby said defendant came on to him when he was on duty at Cilfynydd Road. Cilfynydd, ¡ and enquired the nearest way to Howell street. Almost before he had time to reply Hanbury said rhe was the b- champion boxer of Aberdare, and thereupon landed him one until he was in the middle of the road. Hanbury now said he did not remember say- in th;s. He was fined 10s. The wandering Boy! An old woman named Emily Taylor, of 14. Mary street, Cilfynydd, charged her son Sydney (24), with stealing from her house a trousers, two vests, and a coat on the 4th inst. It appears defendant lodged with his mother up to this date. when he was induced by his companions to leave the district, and he took the above* garments with him without having received permission. Mrs Taylor- explained that the clothes had belonged to bar lodger, but he had been obliged to leave them behind because he could not pay his lodgings. Stipendiary: Did your son take all his own clothes ? No, he left them behind in the box. Defendant: I will pay lier for the clothes if she likes. Mrs Taylor: No, I want you to come home and be a good boy. The case was dismissed. Careless Brakedriver. Dennis Wiltshire, brake-driver, Bleicn- clydaeh, was fined 5s. for leaving his horse and break unattended near the Glyn Hotel. Blaenrhondda. on the 6tb inst.

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