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PENTRE POLICE COURT. Monday-before Messrs. F. R. crftwshay and E. Lewis. RIMPUSING TO MAINTAIN 4 WIFB.âJOHU Cattell, collier, Trealaw, was brought before the Bench for not maintaining his wife, Hannah Cattell. bhe had been chargeablt3 to the guardians for six weeks. Ordered to pay 2s 6d weekly. JoHii DONNOVAN was summoned to show cause why he should not contribute towards the support of bis daughter, who is in a reformatory school at Bristol. Ordered to pay Is a week. THREATENING THE POLIO$,, Willi,trh Harris, Treherbert, was fined Is. and costs for beV drunk and |riotous at Ynysfeio, and with threatening to split the constable's head open FIGHTING.âJoseph Richards and Richard Drvieq both of Ferndale, were charged with fighting on the road on Saturday, 1st int P. C.ijeiaki,48 said he w them fighting in High.street. jyrndal,, wjth a crowd of about 300 people around them- Davies waS fined 6s and costs, and Richards Ilj. and OO-ts. FIFTY YEARS OF WEnDED Liiric.-JOSePli Reall- ing, Gilfaoh Goch, who is seventy-two yeara of age, refused to comply with an order to Maintain his wiff.1, who is 64, on the ground that she had deserted him no less than four times duTjng the last five years and a half. lie could 00t lee the propriety of taking her back, 80 he said, as the had gone away of her own free will aud besides he was too old to keep himself although he had hen her for better or for worse." He was (,rdered to pay 2s 6d. a week. THOS. WILLIAMS, f armer, Bw'ohgwyu> whs sum- moned, for refusing to pay for repairs dtne to a privy attached to a house of which he Was the owner, by the Ystradyfodwg Uibau Sanitary Autho- rity. The defendant had had a notice serVt^ on him by Mr Jones, tbe Surveyor, on the 12tb Mrr Jh, 1879, and he did not comply with it. The Surveyor therefore inptructed Messrs. Thomas & Edwards, bailders, Pontypr dd, to do the said repairs. The bill amounted to zCl2 17s., which he refused to pay. The Bench said he had been very foolish to allow the case be to brought to the court, and ordtred the bill to be paid. Coci FIGHTING.âRichard Jones and Herbert Wigley were brought up charged with cr^y to a cock. P.C. Harrison said he saw the deftudanti, and others at half past two, on Snnday, 2nd. inst., in a field behind the Gelli Jnn, Ton Ystrad, putting two cocks to fight. The constable had previously seen Richard James ranning after one of the oooks, which was a strange one, trying to catch it. Defen- dants denied putting the cocks to fight, and said they were fighting when they saw them first. Jones said he went there wit4 the intention of stopping them, as he did not like to see fighting on Sunday. Wigly was the owner of one of the oocks, and the owner of the other hnd not been discovered. Jones was fined 6s and costs, and Wigly 7s 6d and costs. BACCHANALIAN LIsT.-Edward Collins was fined 5s and costs for being drunk and riotous on the road at Ton Ystrad, on the 29th of last month CATHKKINE COLLINS was fined Us. and costs for being drunk and cursing and swearing on the road at Ystrad, on the 28th of last month, at half past ten o'clock at night.âELIJAH WATKINS was fined lis. including costs for being drunk and wanting to fight any man on the road at Penygraig on Christmas night.-REFs DAVIES was fined 1B. and oosts, amounting in all to 9u 8d for being drunk and wanting to fight on the road at Dinas, on the night of the 1st. inst.âANN DULLEY, Ferndale, was fined 5s. and costs for amusing herself by creating a disturbance while in a state of intoxi- cation, on Saturday night, 1st. inst.-WILLIAM REYNOLDS, Ferndale, was fined 10s and oosts for the tiame offence. > A, !.e

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