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MERTHYR INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

THE " MR. BROWNING " MR. GOSSE…

IMPORTANT RATING APPEALS.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

SOUTH WALES COAL CONTRACTS.I

A PRINCE CHARGED WITH! I SWINDLING.|

INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION. !

ABERDARE JUNCTION CHAMBER…

MERTHYR POLICE-COURT.

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MERTHYR POLICE-COURT. THBSSIMT. — Before Mr. W. M. North (-hpendiary). ALCOHOL.—The following were fined :—William Jarman, Jean Doherty, Rees Davies, Margaret Jen- kin*, Albert Abbot, Dennis Flinn, and Ellen Murphy. MAN AND WIFE.—John Quin was charged with threatening his wife, Mary Quin. — The Complainant aaid her hunband would not work, and she was afraid to live with him. He threatened to strangle her and rip her open."—The man, who expressed his regret, was bound over to keep the peace. MAN AND FOREMAN.—George Hagerty, who did not appear, was. summoned for assaulting hit fore- man.The latter said defendant accused him of treat- ing him unfairly a" regards pay, and when witness denied it the man struck him. It happened at the Dowlais Works. The defendant was the worse for drink.—A fine of 10s. and oo:te was inflicted, or 14 days. TENANT AND AGENT. — James Jones, collier, was summoned for assaulting John Fisher Seal, and for damaging a door.-The complainant, who had pro- cured an ejectment order against defendant, took pos- session of the house, and the defendant attempted to force his way into the house, and in doing so split, the panel, damaging it to the.extent of 8a. The man was drunk, and he threatened to set the house on fire.- The defendant denied the complainant's story in toto, and called John Brown in support of his statements. The witness said that when they went to see Mr. Seal abont the ejectment order, as the defendant knew nothing of it. Mr. Set! slammed the door in their faces. There was no damage done to the door.-The Bench dismissed the assault, and fined defendant 5s., and 8s. for the damage. AFFILIATION.—John Anthony Morgan, of B.yn- mawr, was sumnvjned by Aliie McGregor, of Duffryn, Pentrebacb, Merthyr, formerly bariuaid at the Black Lion Hotel, Brynmawr, to show cause, 4c. Mr. W. Beddoe, solicitor, appeared for complainant, and Mr. T. G. Powell, Brynmawr, for defendant.— Evidence was given by complainant, Maud Gimblett, Thomas Greatwood, Anne Greatwood, the defendant, and Ralph Hayfield.— An order for 2s. 6d. a week was the result. L-l' MOSDA T.-EeCore Messrs. W. M. North (stipen- diary) and Matthew Truran. THE BOOZKT BRIGADE.—The following wero fined for being drunk and disorderlyTimothy Warren, Jeff Williams, Wallace Hobbt, James Lamb, Charles O'Brien, William White, Thomas Jones, Phillip Thomas, Thomas Walters, Sidney Jones, Herbert Hughes, Ellen Humphreys, Griffith James, Ellen Cresswell, John Kiley, David Davies, William Morgan, James Cartwright, Jabez Law, George Meredith, Thomas Davifs, John Hill, Patrick Bryant, William Davies, Charles Meager, William Bumford, John Harris, Robert Jones, and Margaret Butler. ASSACLTING A BOBBT."—William Christopher and Bridget Donovan stepjied into the box in answer to a sutiimons against them for assaulting P.C. John Thomas whilst in the execution of his duty on 22nd February.—The male defendant had to pay 408. and coat", or a month's free todging", whil", hls:compallion was compelled to pay 10s., or endure 14 days' imprison- ment —James Bird, an Aljerdarian, was charged with being drunk in Cardiff-road, and also together with a friend of his, in thu person of John Pugh, accused of obstructing P.C. King in the execution of his duty. The constable had a. rather severe black eye 111 con- sequence of a blow given him by one of the defen- dants.—Bird was fined JSland co,-t." or three weeks for the assault, and 10-i. and cost.% or 14 days for drunkenness, and Pugh £ 1 and co>t^ or three weeks. Too FOND Ot Gls.Jonn Winter was charared with stealing a bottle of sfin of tho vaue of 2s. 6d., the property of Miss Florence Darke, from the Brunswick Hotel, on 20th Yebruary.-Charlee Brookes, billiard marker, s iid that on the night in question Miss Darke eent for him from the billiard- room, and asked him to follow defendant down the street, and when he came to a constable to give him into custody.—Archibald John, a blacksmith, deposed that he was passing the Brunswick, when he saw defendant run out with a bottle in his hand. He followed him as far as tho Vulcan Inn. Prisoner went inside and witness went after him. The police- men then came in.—P.C. Morgan spoke to finding the bottle (produced) in defendant's pocket.A fine of jBl and costs, or 14 days, was inflicted.

THE CAPCOCH RAPE CASE. !

THE DISCHARGE NOTES QUESTION.

PRESENTATIONS TO ! AN ODDFELLOW…

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DEATH OF DR. JAMES, ABERAMAN.…

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A NEATH…

" DR. JIM."

SUNDAY PAPERS IN THE RHONDDA.

SACRILEGE AT CARDIFF.

A GRUESOME DISCOVERV,

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