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YSTRAD POLICE COURT.

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YSTRAD POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before Mr. J. Ignatius Williams (sti- pendiary) and Alderman W. Morgan. OBSTRUCTlox.-For placing a box of fish in the street and leaving it there for an unreasonable time, Cecilia Evans, Treherbert, was ordered to pay 5s. UNJCST WEIGHTS.—Joseph Evans and David Evans, tradesmen, of Ppntre, were charged by Superintendent Jones, the first with having an unjust weighing machine and the second with having unjust weights in their possession on the 26th ult. The former defendant was fined £1 and costs, and the latter ordered to pay the costs. "THEY CALLED HER MRS. MABON."—Martha Evans and Ann Williams, a mother and daughter, were summoned by Mrs. Edwards, a somewhat noisy old lady, residing at Treorky, for assaulting her on Saturday night week. It appears from the complainants evidence that the elder defendant was called" Mrs. Mabon," and she took the same liberty, whereupon the two defendants turned upon her and beat her unmercifully. She ran all the way to the Treorky Hotel to seek the protec- tion of her husband, but he refused to interfere, and she was obliged to go home again. (Laughter.) —Mr. R. J. Rhys, who appeared for the defenoe, contended that there was no actual assault, and the Bench bound both parties over in the sum of £ 5 to keep the peace for six months, the defendants to pay the costs. Is THAT ALL ?"—Henry Jones was charged by David Watkins was assaulting him on the previous Monday. The complainant said that as he was passing through the street on the day in question, the defendant, who was under the influ- ence of drink. came up and" shoved him, causing his hat to fall. He had given him no provocation whatever.—The Bench ordered Jones to pay lis. 8d. costs, upon which the defendant coolly remarked. Is that allto the great amusement of all present.

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