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THE LLANELLY COALFIELD.

DISPUTE AT MARDY COLLIERY.

BRECON AND MERTHYR JUNCTION…

CHILDREN'S CONCERT AT CEFX.

I DASTARDLY RAILWAY OUTRAGE.

SERIOUS OFFENCE BY A NEATH…

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SERIOUS OFFENCE BY A NEATH PUBLICAN. At Neath Borough Police-court on Friday Isaac John Hotbrook, landlord of the Victoria Hotel, Neath, was convicted of having stolen 3151b. of lead, value 19s. 10d., from tha verandah of thft premises a part of which Holbrook occupied, the lead 'oeing the property of the landlord, Mr. E. Evans Be van, colliery proprietor, and owner of the Vale of Neath Brewery.—After a short consultation the Bench found Holbrook guilty.—The Mayor said that the offence was a most serious oue, and they had debated M to whethei the prisoner should not be sent to gaol without the option of a fine. But, taking into ooa- sideration that it was his first offanue. they had decided to tiue him J310 aud cœts-£12 5s. in all.- The money was paid.—The three man, Thomas Owens, hawker Martin Noomau and John Joy, labourers, charged with Holbrook, were acquitted. 1

TYLORSTOWN EXPLOSION.

SIR THOMAS PHILLIPS' LIBRARY.

MASONIC INSTALLATION AT ABERDARE.

BRAYERY IN THE PIT. I

TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN.

EAST GLAMORGAN RECHABITES.