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PONTYPRIDD POLICE COURT. Wednesday-Before Messrs. L. G. Lennox and F. R. Crawshay. LABOBNT.âBees Williams and Charlotte Wil- liams, of Treherbert, husband and wife, were brought up in custody of Sergeant Chalk charged with stealing one shirt and one jacket, value 20s, the property of David Evans, of Heolfach, on the 17th day of November last. Soon after the articles were stolen they were found pledged at Treorky, but the prisoners could not bo traced until the male prisoner made his appearance at the pawn- broker's shop early last week. The prosecutor's assistant took him into custody, and although se- verely assaulted detained him till Sergeant Chalk ar- rived. The young Jew was highly complimented by the Bench for his courageous conduct, and the prisoners were sentenced to one month each with hard labour at Cardiff Gaol. GAMB.âDavid Lloyd, of Hafod, was summoned by Thomas Evans, Hafod Uchaf Farm, for tres- passing in pursuit of game, on Sunday, the 2nd mst, on the above farm. Fined 5s and costs. ASSAULT. â Frederick Turberville, of Ponty- pridd, haulier, was summoned by John Lewis, of Cardiff, for assaulting him on the 14th inst.. at Pentrebach Eglwyselian, His master, Mr Banfield, ginger beer manufacturer, appeared for Turberfield, and stated he was ill. The police gave defendant a bad character. He was fined 198 3d including costs. RIOTOUS CONDUCT.âJohn Davies and David Williams, of Pentyrch, were summoned by P.C. Benjamin Davies for being drunk and riotous and threatening the policeman, at Pentyrch, on the 10th of this month. Both fined 5s and costs. ASSAULTING A PUBLICAN. â James Hall, Wm. Thomas, John Jones, Robert Gregory and Chas. Osling were summoned by Reos Jones, landlord of the Cottage Inn, Treforest, for violently assault- ing him in his house, on the 8th inst. Complain- plainant was ill and unable to appear, so the case was adjourned for a week. DRUNK AND RIOTOus.-Charles Osling, of Tre- forest (one of the above defendants) was sum- moned by Sergeant Oliver for being drunk and riotous, near the Cottage Inn, on the night in question. He was fined 5s and casts.

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