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1-=YSTRADGYWLAIS COURT.I

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1-= YSTRADGYWLAIS COURT. I TUESDAYâBefore Messrs. E. Q. Benthall and David Williams. Rees Davies, formerly a platelayer under the Neath and Brecon Railway, was charged with stealing coal, value 6d., the property cf the company.âDefendant was fined £1 and coate. Edg-ar Watkins and Evan Watkine, two I young men from Pantywall Farm, Aber- crave, were eummoned for trespassing in search of conies en land belonging to 3Lr *I i?chard Jeffrey?.-Defendants were Raed ?1 each and costs. There were summonses against William Harries John and 29 others engaged at the Dula.ls Anthracite Colliery for alleged breach of eciitriet. -Mr. Arthur Prosser ¡ (from the office of Metiers. C. and W. Kens- hode, Aberdare) prcsecuLed, a.nd Mr. T. J. RandaH, d Swansea, defended.âIt was ex- plained at the ouiaet that only summonses against 20 of the defendants would. be taken, 1 as the others were engaged in a district where there was no work oil October 13th, the date of the alleged offcuce.âMr. Prosacr seated that on Sunday niffht, one of the men engaged at the colliery was â killed, atul when the day shift came to work at seven o'clock next morning too work- men's conuaitteo attended upon the manager and atated that the workmen wieihed to hold a meeting for the purpose cf passing a vate of sympathy with the rela- tives ef deceased. Mr. Jones, manager, told the committee that if that was the case the probabilities were that the men would not come to work afterwards. The men held the meeting, and subsequently went hotme. The damages claimed were 4e. each.Tit- .inotices withdrew a summons agraimit ano- ther of the defendants, John Richarde, and found for the company on the others.

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