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MERTHYR INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

THE " MR. BROWNING " MR. GOSSE…

IMPORTANT RATING APPEALS.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

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ABERDARE POLICE COURT. TCTSDAY.—Before Stipendiary North, Messrs. R. II. Rhys, D. E. Williams, D. Davies, Dr. Davies, and Dr. Jones. EXDOKHEMKST OF LICENCES.—The endorsement of the Royal Exchange Inn from W. Jones to Thomas Thomas waa granted.—An application for the endorse- ment of the Market Tavern from Thomas Thomas to T. Thomas was adjourned. PRCKf.—John Williame, a young man from Cwm* bach, was fined 5s. and costs for drunkenness at the at the road leading to the thoroughfare. Evan Evans, another young man, was fined 20s. and costs for being drunk and disorderly at Trecynon.-—Ivor Mathias and John Mathias were fined 10s. and costs eachfordrunkennessand disorderly conduct at Gadly*. -William Thomas and Thomas Morgan were simi- larly charged.—Fined 10s. each and costs. CAMMING THE WHOLE STREET OVER.—Ellen Grant had nothing to say when charged with drunkenness and dieorderly conduct at Aberama.i.—The constable said that defendant was calling the whole street over, and calling all the women bad names.—Fined 58. and costs. THE Two MARY JANES.—Mary Jane Launchbury and Mary Jane Palmer were summoned for disorderly conduct.—Palmer appeared and denied the charge.- Mr. R. H. Rhys said that they were a well-matched pair (laughter).— Launchbury was fined 15s. and coits, or three weeks, aud Palmer 5s. and cœb, or seven days. I INDECENCY. —William Jones, Hirwain, was sum. moned for indecency at the Brecon road, Hirwain. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs. Lewis Thomas, for a similar offence, was similarfy fined. No LIGHTS.—Benjamin Davies was summoned for driving without lights at Hirwain.—Fined 10s. and costs. F. Hicks wan fined fora similar offence. HoRfE C \sEs.—EHas Carleon was charged with ill- treating a horse, and K. John was summoned for causing the horse to !JO worked in an untit state.— Sergt. Salter said that he saw the horse in Green-street attached to a coal cart. He noticed the horse limp- ing, and be a-iked Carlton if there was anything the matter with it. He replied "No." Witness then removed the saddle, and found a cut there. Inspector Allan, R.S.P.C.A., also gave evidence.—E. John, one of the defendants, denied that there was anything the matter witli the horse.—Albert W. Oxenharn, veterinary surgeon, also gave evidence for the defence. -E. John was fined 40:?. and costs, and Carleon 10s. and costs. James Thomas was also charged with having worked a horso in an unfit state.—Sergeant Salter gave evidence, and also Inspector Allan, R.S.P.C.A Fined 20s. and costs. UNLABELLEU MARGARINE.—John Phillip (Peglers' was charged with having exposed margarine for sale without a proper label. —Inspector Davies said that he saw two lumps of margarine in defendant's ehop- windows. There was no proper label attached. Witness drew defendant's attention to the same, and he replied that he was aware that margarine was to be labelled but he was not aware that the label was to be of a certain size.—Mr. Phillips, solicitor for the defence, urged that it was only a technical offence, and defendant had no intention to mislead the public.— Defendant was fined 20s. and costs. SCHOOL BoARD CASES.—Several School Board cases were disposed of. PROTKCTION WANTED.—Albert Cook, a young man, appeared before the Bench, and said that he wanted protection. He explained that he had been sum- moned by Mary Ann Jones, in respect to her illegiti- mate child. lie did not deny the paternity, and bad paid the girl £ 25 to settle the case. Since tbat time, however, he was continually annoyed by one of the witnesses in the streets.—The Bench decided to instruct the police to caution the person who caused the annoyance. AFFILIATION.—Elizabeth Jano Brock, 22 years of age, summoned Benjamin Synies to cshow cause, etc. —Mr. J. W. E vans, solicitor, appeared fur the com- plainant. and Mr. G. Kenshole for the defendant.— Defendant was ordered to pay 2s. 6d. per week and costs. STREET OBSTRUCTION*.—Samuel Jenkins, William Henry Jones, and William J. Jones, three young men, were summoned for obstructipn in Canon-street. —The Constable said that the defendants blocked up thj pavement, and people had to walk in the road. —Defendants were fined 4s. each and costs. Thomas Reef, a lad, was similarly charged.—The Constable said that the defendant deliberately pushed a young woman from the pavement into the road.— Defendant was tined 5s. and costs. HUSBAND AND WIFE.—Elizabeth Evans summoned j her husband, Iknjamin Evans, driver, Aberaman, for 11011 niaiutcuancc.—IMciutaut wa's ordered to pay 4s. per wwk.

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