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BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT. TV' dutsday. j Before Mr George Green (Mayor), and Dr. C. Rice I Williams. f SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. I Mrs Richards, Mill-street, and Thomas Jones, Pen- j maesglas-road, were summoned by Mr David Lloyd, i school attendance officer, for neglecting to send their children to school.—The case was withdrawn against | Mrs Richards, and Jones was fined2s. Cd. f SLEEPING OCT. G Thomas Lewis, boatman, was charged by P.O. IS f, with sleeping in a bathing machine on the beach on | Tuesday night, and being' without visible maans of | subsistence the officer locked him np.—Defendant J admitted the offence, saying that he had no money. and he could not beg!—The case was dismissed. 1,j ASSAULTS. j Mary Harries, Portland-lane, was summoned by t Ebeneaer Mathews, Railway-terrace, with assaulting^ i and beating him on the 28th instant.—Complainant | said that he was a travelling draper, and the defend- | ant owed his employer some money. He (witness) 1 was leavinsr the town, and he took his successor to « defendant's house, and saw defendant, telling her h& F hoped she would pay the other young man the amount I owing, whereupon she beeame aggravated, an<l [f ordered him out of the house, and used abnsiT* | language towards him, and as he was going out she | kicked him.—Defendant denied that she kicked com- j plainant; she tried to do so, but kicked the door in- stead, and hurt her foot (laughter).-William Lindsey j gave corroborative enridenc;. -Defendant said that < complainant refused to leave the house, ana sne gTO i into a passion, and tried to drive him out.—Defend- i ant was fined 5s. including costs, which she said she I: had not got, and they must take her to Carmarthen. Isaac Lewis, Pound-place, was summonnd for as- j,' saulting and beating David Hughes, 1 complainant said that about twenty minutes to # twelve on Thursday h", waa sitting down in the coal yard near the railway station by the office oi'Mr J. J. Jones, when he made a remark that he did not know why some peop'e were jeaious r>f him because Mr Gladstone was done up, or the Radical Club done up, or something of the sort, when Lewis said, Ar» •yoxi referring to me?" and at the same lime struck witness in the face five or rixtimef. He n;ver lifted. | a hand to him.—Witness was cross-examined by |' defendant, who asked if complainant did not say | that be was jealous of him because ho j got his beer for nothing, which cem- |- plainant tienic-.(i.-Defendant aimittted hitting Hughes, but said he was provoked to do so. —J. J„ j- Jones, Coopers' Arms, said that complainant, in th% i morning, remarked that there was nothing to do | there and he would take the horse home and giva I there and he would ta.ke the horse home and giva I him something besides corn to eat. He plso sai<I that some people were jealous of him, and especially f "Isaac bach." That was the only provocation he | heard.—In reply to Hughes, witness said defendant | hit him five or six times, and complainant did not | retaliate in any way.—Defendant made a long state- |; ment to the effect that complainant insinuated that J ant heard.—In reply to Hughes, witness said defendant | hit him five or six times, and complainant did not | retaliate in any way.—Defendant made a long state- |; ment to the effect that complainant insinuated that J although he (defendant) was selling coal for Mr Petep | Jones," Mr Jones did not know how much coal sold, and it was no wonder that he could go to Lam-|; peter with gold watches in his pocket, and as iie | continued to make such insinuations, defendant said.$ he could not hold his temper any longer.—The Mayor f remarked that it would not have mattered about holding his temper, but he should have held his fist» (l&uehter).—The bench considered the case fully proved, and defendant was fined 5s. and costs. DBTJNK AND DISORDERLY. Thomas Williams, St John's Building*, and Joh White, of the trawling boat John Williams of Hoy- lake, were charged by P.U. Joseph (12) w-ith being drunk and disorderly on the afternoon of the 2ord.-J The officer said that both defendants were drunk and F fighting in Terrace-road he parted them, an« Williams's friends took him home, and the other maw l went aboard his vessel — White did not appear, aid* ? P C Joseph proved service of summons, stating that# 4 he afterwards found he had given the wrong name an<I also the wrong name of the boat. Williams said hes v had no defence, except that the other man said some-, thine disnaraginglv of the Welsh, and struck him OIFJ the nose, upon which he hit him back:.—Defendants* Williams was fined 2s Gd, and the other defendant, was fined 5s including costs. BATES. The following persons were summoned by ME"; Harry Lloyd, collector, for neglecting to p w pooig1 rates —Daniel Davies, Trefechan, £ 3 9s. 3d.. ordered* to pay Margaret Jones, Portland-lane, £ i 2* l\d adjourned for a week and Isaac and George Lloyd" Alfred-place, Y,6 4s. 2d., ordered to pay. t

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