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YSTRAD POLICE COURT.

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PENARTH POLICE COURT.

BRIDGEND PETTY SESSIONS,

TAKING MATCHES TO A PIT.

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TAKING MATCHES TO A PIT. A NEGLIGENT COLLIER FINED. Before the Stipendiary and Alderman W. Morgan, at the Ystrad Police-court on Monday last, Frederick Spiller was charged with a breach of the colliery rules.—Rees Howells, a fireman at the No. 5 Pit, Ferndale, stated that in consequence of instructions which had been received, the work- men at the colliery were searched on Friday last, and on the defendant was found a match, a pipe, and some tobacco, which was a breach of Rule 265. —Mr. D. W. Thomas, manager, said that the de- fendant had been in the employ of the company since May 22, and on the previous night a box, containing four matches, had been found near his stall. The defendant declared that the match was in the lining of his pocket, and that he was not aware that it was there.—He was fined £1 Is.. the Bench, at the same time, cautioning the coll company, in the face of conH- break the rules, tn i~ -r strict and careful watch over t>r" men.

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