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COAL AGAIN. Emma Barrow and Margaret Jenkins, each about 10 years of age, were lined 5s. each, or 7 days' hard iabour,for trespass on the property of the Ebbw Yale Co. Mr Alexander Edwards prosecuteel, and said that the company lost a great eleal of coal. Both prisoner's pleaded guilty, P.c. Humphries said he had seen Jenkins there frequently. Marv Whiting, an elderly married woman, was charged with a like; offence. Mr James Griffiths, foreman of the fitters at the Haee, fie- posed that defendant anel her girl came twice to the engine-house to take coal, and he caught them on the second occasion. Defendant's pica was. that her husband had been wc.iking under the Company, and had paid 14s. a month for house and coal that when the furnace was blown out and her husband was discharged, Mr Price, the furnace manager, told her she might keep on the house, and she there- f(.re thought she was at liberty to take the coal j and pay for it, with the rent, when the furnace was blown in again, and her husband came back to wo; k. Mr Parkhurst, house-agent to the Company, j said that defendant had paid no reuit since Oe- tober, was only in the house on sufferance, and j had no right ts take coal. The Bench discharged her, but recommended her not to do the tiling again. James Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Kendall, chil- dren, charged with a like offence, cid not ap- pear, and were lined os. each.

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