Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

21 articles on this Page

Advertising

THURSDAY, MAUCH 12TH, 1896.

[No title]

[No title]

LLANWOXNO SCHOOL BOARD.

ISPARKS .FROM THE AXVli.

GHAND THEATRE, CARDIFF.

[No title]

IABERDARE NOTES.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

News
Cite
Share

ABERDARE POLICE COURT. TCESDAT.—Before Stipendiary North. Mr. R. H. Rhys, Mr. D. E. Williams, Air. D. P. Da vies Dr. Davies, Dr. Jones, and Mr. D. Daviet. 'DCKNO WHBREK' AKK.—Thomas Taylor, a navvy, was summoned for drunkenness.—The Constable said that the defendant told him that he did not know where he was."—Fined 5s. and costs. BOOZERS. — For drunkenness the following fines, &c., were imposed — Evan Cadwalader, drunk in Dumfries-street, fined 15s. and costs; Mary Davies, 14 days; John Thomas, Trecynon, 15s. and costs; John Lewis, Hirwain, 10s. and costs Thomas Foote, in Gadlys-road, 10s. and costs; John Jones, at Cwm- aman. 10s. and costs. STRATINO HORSKS,—For allowing their horses to stray at Llwydcoed, David Meyrick was fined 5s. and costs, and William Meyrick 2s. 6d. and costs. No CONTROL. — John Evans was summoned for leaving his horse and brake uncontrolled opjwsite the Salutation Inn, Aberdare.—Defendant said that he had taken a party from the Empire, and he only waited opposite the Salutation a snort time.—Fined £1 and costs, or three weeks. OBSTRUCTION.—James Evans was summoned for obstructing the pavement at the bottom of Com- mercial-street. — The Constable said that he had Ereviously cautioned him. WThen he asked him for his name and address he refused to give it, saying that "he did not know where he lived."—Defendant said that he was only there for a few minutes.— Fined 5s. and costs. ILLTREATIXIJ A DOG. — Thomas Williams was summoned for illtreating a dog.—Inspector Allen, R.S.P.C.A., prosecuted.—William Lewis Owen said that he saw defendant tie a piece of cord, with a stone attached, to a dog. He then threw the dog into the river at the back of Aberaman Railway Station. The water was not deep enough, and the dog got out of the water. Defendant then began throwing stones at it. The dog was covered with blood. Witness told defendant that if he could not drown the dog in a better way than that he would report him to the inspector of the R.S.P.C.A.—In reply to the Bench, witness said that the dog was stoned for some fifteen minutes.—The Inspector said that defendant told him that he could not pay for It licence, and he had decided to drown the dog.— Defendant was fined £1 and costs, or three weeks. TRESPASSING ox THE RAILWAT.—Thomas Etans was summoned for trespassing on the G.W.R. at Gadlys Junction, Aberdare.—Mr. Hornby, of New- port, prosecuted.—J. Lidster said that defendant was crossing from Robertstown to Gadlys.—Defendant was fined 5s. and costs. No PROPER CARE.—John Thomas, a young man, was summoned for not taking proper care of a horse at Cwmaman Colliery.—Mr. Kenshole, who prose- cuted, said that defendant was a haulier. Serious consequences could ensue if horses were left uncon- trolled in this manner.—Tho.nas Thomas, fireman, William Evans, roadman, Walter Dunston, and D. E. Davies gave evidence,- Defendant was fined £1 and costs, or three weeks. A NEGLECTFUL COLLIER.—Sydney Joues, a young collier, was charged with neglecting his lighted lamp at the Werfa Colliery.—Evan Hopkins said that he saw the defendant asleep in the colliery his lighted lamp was close by. Witness awoke him and told him that he should report him.—Defendant denied that he was asleep.—John Chappell also gave evidence.— William Thomas, manager, said that defendant came to him on Saturday and asked him for his money. Witness said that he shou'd have the money until the following Saturday, because he was going to prose- cute him for sleeping in the colliery. Defendant replied that he had not been sleeping very long."— The Stipendiary said that defendant had been guilty of gro'ss negligence, and would be lined 30s. and costs, or three weeks. ASSAULT.—Jane Hookins, a young woman from Hirwain, summoned Elizabeth Morris, of the same •>lac< for Assault.—Complainant said that the defen- dant, when in an intoxicated condition, caught hold of her (witness) and pulled her hair (laughter).—D. Powell was called for the complainant. — Cross- examined by Mr. J. W. Evans, solicitor He was not friendly with thecomplainant. He had never walked out with her.—Defendant was fined 10s. and costs. EJECTMENT.—Elizabeth Parker, YnyaHwyd street, Aberdare, applied for an ejectment order against Thomas Hoskins, 5, Price-street.—William Charles, clerk, proved having served a notice to leave upon the defendant.—The Bench granted the order.

" DELIGHTFUL " TREATMENT FOR…

BY THE WAY.

THE DISCHARGE NOTE QUESTION.

[No title]

THE BATTLE OF THE SCHOOLS.

ABERDARE COUNTY COUnT.

[No title]

IMISS MAGGIE DAVIES.

TROEDYRHIW.

[No title]

Advertising