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♦ BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

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♦ BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT. Wednesday. Before Alderman John Jones (mayor), Dr Rice Williams, and Mr D. Williams. USISG THREATENING- LANGUAGE. Rachael Michael, Portland-lane, was charged with using threatening language towards Ann Jones. She was further charged with being drunk and disorderly. The complainant, Anne Jones, said that on the 30th June, tne defendant went to her house, and called her all the bad names she could think of, and threatened to murder her, and to tear her all to pieces if she would come out. Ann Richards, Portland-lane, said that she heard the defendant threaten to tear complainant to pieces. Defendant was bound over to keep the peace for six mouths, herself in £ 5, and one surety in j65. P.C 6 (David Jones,) said that at 10.30 on Friday night he saw the defendant drunk and creating a disturbance in Portland-lane. He asked her to go into the bouse, and after some time she was induced to go. In reply to the charge, defendant said she did not know Jwhetber she was drunk or not, but she knew that she had bad nothing to drink that day. She knew that she had a bad temper, and had been annoyed by the woman Ann Jones. She wouldjoin the Blue Ribbon Army that evening. Defendant was fined 5s and costs. DRUHK AND DISORDERLY. Richard Davies, Old Black Lion Inn, licensed victualler, was charged with being drunk and dis- orderly on the 3rd inst. Defendant did not appear. P.C 6 proved the case, and said that about ten minutes to six on Monday evening be saw defendant drunk and very disorderly in Bridge-street, where he wanted to fight the witness. Defendant was fined 2s 6d and costs. John Evans, Victoria-terrace, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on the 3rd inst. P.C 26 ?aid that on Monday night, about 11.30, he found the defendant drunk and very disorderly in Terrace-road, and he was taken home by a friend. There was a previous conviction against defendant during the present year. Defendant was finec 5s and costs. SCHOOL BOARD PROSECUTIONS. Wm Jones, Spring Gardens Morgan Evans, Mill-street David Jenkins, Penro Hannah Wil- liams, Portland-lane and John Roberts, Poplar- row were summoned for neglecting to send their children to school. The cases against the first four defendants were adjourned for a fortnight to give the parents an op- portunity of sending their children to school. Mt Lloyd, school attendance officer, proved the cases. Roberts was fined 2s 6d. GAME LICENSES. Game licences were granted to Mr Taylor, Ter- race-road, and Mr Smith, Pier-street. TRANSFER OF LICENSES. The license of the Blue Bell was transferred to Mr Jones and the Bridge End Inn, to Mr Minton; the Freemasons, to E. Williams; and the Ploufh, Mill-street, to Mrs Ann Jones.

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