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MERTHYR GUARDIANS.

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DOWLAIS TRADESMEN'S I BALL.I

EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS IX THE…

ALLEGED BRUTALITY AT DOWLAIS.

SUNDAY DRINKING AT DOWLAIS.

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TIRYXMAWR POLICE COURT.

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TIRYXMAWR POLICE COURT. Monday, ln-fore Dr. G. A. Brown, W. Roberts, L. Pritchard, and A. E. Evans. STEAI.INO A COAT AND TROUSERS.—John Mitchell, ship fireman, of no fixed residence, was charged with stealing one coat and trousers, value Li, the property of Messrs. Uwilym Bros., outfitter, Beaufort-street, Brynmawr, on October 31st, 1P94. —Prisoner, who pleaded guilty, wa" sent to gaol for three months with hard lahour. DRCNE AND RESISTING THE POLICE.—Thos. Perry, collier, Orchard-Street, Brynmawr, was charged wich Iteing drunk and disorderly on February 6th, and also with re-isting and obstructing the police in the execution of their duty on the same date.—Defendant pleaded guilty, and was ifned 20->. and cost", or a month. DIICNKS.— Fined tor being drunk John Slurphy, Brynmawr; William Williams, Brynmawr; John Williams, Nantyglo John Cooksev, Clydach Bridge. THREATS.—William Ford, hawker, Glenfield-house, Brynmawr, was summoned for threatening Thomas Slurphy, 12, Somerset-street, Brynniavv r, on February 10th.—Sir. T. G. Powell appeared lor the defendant. —Dismissed.

BLACKGUARDISM AT BRYXMAWR.

|FOUND IX THE SXOW AT BRYXMAWR.

FIRE AT NEW TREDEGAR.

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