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I ABERGAVENNY. I POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY. I Before J. O. MABSK, Esq (in the chair), Major WILLIAMS, and Councillor JAS. STRAKBR (Mayor). I COUNTY BUSINESS. SCA.BBY SHzEp. -Thomas COX, farmer. was fined Is each in respect of five sheep in his ftook, which P.C. Wilcox had discovered to be suff,ring from scab, which fact defendant neglected to report.â Defendant was also ordered to pay costs, which, together with the fine, amounted to Lt. SABBATH BREAKERS.âAlbert Hinton, 19, Frank Prifchard, 17, Withington 17, and Haviland, 16. were each fined 2s 6d for playing pitch and toss on Sundav last in School-lane, Llantillio Pertholey, as proved bv P C Powell. POOR LAW.âJtnies Conolly, 20,mason's labourer, who said he hardly earned enough to keep himself, his average weeklv waare being 18s, was, on the application of Mr Scinlon, clerk to the Aberga- venny Board of Juirdians, ordered to pay Is a week towards the maintenance of his father, who became chargeable to the Union in February last, and had since then been in receipt of 4s per week out relief. I BOROUGH BUSINESS. FACTORY ACT.âThomas Berrington, baker, was, at the instance of Mr Arthur Wolfe, H.M.'s Inspector of Factories, fined 5s and 4s costs for neglecting to affix te his premises a oopy of the ab-tract ef the Factories Act, 1901, as required by law.

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