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Incident at Clydach Fair

!Pontardawe Police Court.

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Neath Police Court.

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Neath Police Court. MONDAY. Before Messrs. Hopkin Jones, J. Fear Davie, D. T. Sim», and T. Tergne. THRKATKNIXG A COXSTABL! AibertDodd. clerk, 3. Lewis-road Samuel Griffiths, clerk. Windsor-ioad. anJ Alfred Dra- per. clerk, Leonard's-terrace, were each sum- moned for causing an obstruction. The jus- tices imposed a fine of Is. and costs.The Head Constable- said the father of one of the defendants had threatened a eons-table. He had intended to ask for costs only, but in the ciicumstances he had refrained from saying anything which would affect the case eit'i r wav. WOULD STRIKE HER BLDiD M'rs. Edwards, wife of Robert Edwards, lodging-house kt.ep"r, Cattle-street, was sum- moned by Miss Willy.-e. 9. Glamorgan-street, for threats, the complainant alleging that the (defendant S'dd she would strike her blind.— Defendant called a witness to prove that she had net made use of the language.—She was bound over to keep the peace for six months. GAVE HIS WIFE A BLACK EYE. Charles Jone-s. furnaeeman. 1. Jones-court, was summoned by his wife Elizabeth for as- sault.—Complainant said her bus-band came home, held a knife against her face for ten minutes, and struck her with his fist, giving her a black eye.—The Chairman said defend- ant had a bad record, and he sent him to pri- son for a month with hard labour.

BRITON FERRY NOTES.

IBURRY PORT NEWS.

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