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ABERDARE POLICE COURT.j

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ABERDARE POLICE COURT. TCEBDAT.—Before Stipendiary North, Mr. R. H. Rhys, Mr. D. E. W illiams, Mr. D. Davies, Dr. Davies, and Dr. Jones. Ax APPLICATION.—Mr. Phillips, solicitor, applied for an extension of time on the occasion of a banquet tj J. Michael, the -cyclist, at the Lamb and Flag, Aberaman. — An extension of half an hour was granted. A TREHARRIS CASE.—William Henry Williams, a voung man, was summoned for assaulting P.C. 398 at j TreharrK—The ^Constable said that prisoner was very disorderly. He attempted to rescue a prisoner that witness was taking to the police-station, and bit a piece out of his (witness') finger.—John Henry Horton, a young man, for the defence, said that he j did not see the prisoner bite the constable.—Prisoner, ) who had been previously convicted of prize fighting at Caerphilly, was sent to gaol for a month. THOSE CHIMINO BELLS."—A man attended the court and said that the police had stopped him from ringing the bell attached to his oil-cart, in conse- quence of which his trade had suffered.—Inspector Davies said that complaints had been made of the noise caused by the bell. The man also had a bugle with him, which be sounded along the streets. He (inspector) said that there were complaints of the noise from people who were ill, and also from railway men. The railway men said that they were at work at night and were unable to get rest in the day time in consequence of the noise of the bell and the bugle. -The Bench told the man not to create any undue noise, and to be as careful ns he could.j BKKRONIANS. The following qualified as beeronian" :-John Davies, Cwmaman, 5s. and costs D. Davies, 10s. and costs; Mary Davies, 5s. and costs; Dan Ryan, 10s. and costs William Jenkins, 5s. and coats Edward Jones, 10s. and costs John Davies, 10s. and costs; John M. Williams, 10s. and costs Benjamin Davies, 5s. and costs Sarah Morris, 10s. and costs William Evans, 10s. and costs John Jones, 15s. and costs. NEVER WORKED IN HIS LIKE.—A young man named William Jones was charged with having wil- fully damaged the door of the Police Station at Aber- dare.—Inspector Davies said that the prisoner came to the Police Station and asked for a ticket. Witness told him to go to Merthyr as he had plenty cf time. Prisoner then went away, lie came back later on and again asked for a ticket. Prisoner afterwards kicked the door very violently. Prisoner told him (witness) several times that he had never worked in his life.—Prisoner was fined 7s. 6d. and costs, or seven days. Prisoner went below." No LIGHTS.—David James was charged with hav- ing driven a trap without lamps at Hirwain.—Defen- dant was cautioned. Joseph Devonald, for a similar offence at Gadlvs-road, was fined 10s. and costs. INDECENCY".—David Roderick was fined 5s. and costs for indecency at Hirwain. ARREARS.—William Jones was summoned for non- payment of 30s., arrears of maintenance of his step- child at Glamorgan Reformatory.—Defendant was given time to pay." ASSAULT.—Richard Thomas was charged with assaulting D. Richards, solicitor.—Defendant was bound over to keep the peace. -=-

CONSERVATIVE MEETING AT ABERDARE.!

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GAME TRESPASS AT HIRWAIN.…

SAD END OF AN ABERDARE} COLLIER.

ABERDARE SCHOOL BOARD.

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THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF.

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