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COWBRIDGE.

LLAXHARKY. I

POLICE INSPECTION AT ! BRIDfiEXD.…

SCEXE AT PONTYPRIDD POLICE-COURT.

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! POXTYPRIDD.

CILFYXYDD.

CLYDACH YALE.

-, DINAS.

FERNDALE.

LLANTRISAXT.

MOUNTAIN ASH.|

TONYPANDY.

TREHERBERT.

jTREALAW.

TREFOREST.

TREORKY.

IVOCHRHIW.

YSTRAD.

MARRIAGE REJOICINGS AT PORTH.…

¡PONTYPRIDD POLICE COTJHT.…

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PONTYPRIDD POLICE COTJHT. WEDNESDAY—Before the Stipendiary, Messrs. T. Hamblen Williams, Evan John, W. Thomas, and f Dr. Davies. WILFUL DAMAGE. — Hopkin Davies, Henry Hayes, Charles Shepherd, Edwin Ashgrove, four boys, were charged with burning a hedge in Eglwysilan. and damaged it to the extent of 13s. It seemed that the prosecutor had once forgiven the defendants, and the case was dismissed. STEALING RUM. For committing the above offence, Jane Ricketts, an unfortunate, was brought up.—Thomas Benjamin, a hitcher at Mardy Colliery, was going home with the rum in his pocket. Defendant followed him home. and put her hand in his pocket and stole the rum and a half-sovereign. Defendant pleaded Not guilty," and was committed to take her trial at the next Quarter Sessions. POCKET PICKING AT PONTYPRIDD. — Charles Williams was charged on remand with attempting to pick the pocket of Mrs. Elizabeth Mills, at the People's Park, Pontypridd, on Mabon's Day last.— James Edwards, Market-street, said he caught the man in the act, and the defendant was sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment with hard labour. THE RECENT BURGLARIES.—JosephNeiahardt, a German, was brought up in custody charged with breaking into the house of Mr. James Phillips, solicitor, Pontypridd, and stealing a number of articles, value :£ 12. It seems that about five o'clock on the morning of the 4th inst., Mr. Phillips heard someone going down stairs, but thinking it was the servant took no notice of the matter. When he got up, however, he found that several articles had been stolen, and that eight bottles of beer which he had in the house had been drunk, and a number of silver articles taken away. The articles produced were those he had lost.—Police-constable Alfred Thomas stationed at Aberdare, gave evidence as to the arrest of the delinquent at a pawnbroker's shop at Aberdare. with a great many articles on his person. On being charged he said they had been given him.—■ Superintendent Jones said that when the prisoner was charged at the Pontypridd Police Station, he admitted that he was very hungry at the time.— The Bench committed him to take his trial at the next assizes.

A DOG AS A WITNESS.

PONTYPRIDD SUBSIDIARY DRAINAGE…

THE WILSON PERJURY CASE.

QUICK DESPATCH ATPENARTH DOCK.

BARRY DOCK WEEKLY SHIPPING…

BRIDGEND.

LLANTWIT-MAJOR.

LLAXTRITHYD.

OGMORE VALLEY. 1

POXTRADU.

PORTHCAWL.

WICK.

BRIDGEND county court.

YNYSYBWL.

RAILWAY RATES IN SOUTH WALES.

MAESYCYMMER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.I

FERNDALE COLLIERY DISPUTE.

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