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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summoned by Mr David Lloyd, i school attendance officer, for neglecting to send their children to school.âThe case was withdrawn against | Mrs Richards, and Jones was fined2s.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.âDefendant J admitted the offence, saying that he had no money. and he could not beg!âThe 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.âComplainant | 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.âDefendant 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.âDefend- 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» â¢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.âWitness 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. âJ. Jâ 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.âIn reply to Hughes, witness said defendant | hit him five or six times, and complainant did not | retaliate in any way.âDefendant made a long state- |; ment to the effect that complainant insinuated that J ant heard.âIn reply to Hughes, witness said defendant | hit him five or six times, and complainant did not | retaliate in any way.âDefendant 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.âThe Mayor f remarked that it would not have mattered about holding his temper, but he should have held his fist» (l&uehter).âThe 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 â 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:.âDefendants* 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 âDaniel 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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