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SWANSEA DISTRICT.

Sabbatarian Slee Still Obstinate.

Pontardawe Police Court.

Curious Assault Case at Pontar-…

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NEATH.

Si:-¿ False Pretences Charge.

Neath County Police.

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Neath County Police. Before Messrs. W. Leyson, J. H. R. iiitson, and Wm. Howell. OBSTRUCTING A CONSTABLE. George Morgan, labourer, Penrhiewtvn, was fined 10s. and costs for obstructing P.C. Dd. Davies, of Court Sart, when in the execution of his duty. Defendant tried to get a prisoner awav from the constable. NO LICENCE. John Richards, a Skewen collier, had to pay 7s. 6d. and costs for keeping a dog with- out a licence. CRUELTY TO A HORSE. Arthur Stokes, in the employ of Mr. T. C. Young, was summoned for working a horse when in an unfit, state, at Resolveti.—P.C. Dd. Davies said that he saw the animal belt near the Vaughan Arms. It became detached from the cart, and he. on examining it, found that it was suffering from two raw wounds, both old. on the near shoulder.-P.S, Martin corroborated.—The Chairman said it was a very bad case and imposed a fine of 40s. and costs.—Defendant: I can't pay.—The Magis- trates' Clerk Well, your master will. Send for him. ROWDYISM IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE. John Davies, Dd. John. and Wm. Jenkins, all of Resolven, were summoned for fighting in one of the carriages of the Great Western Railway Co., between Neath and Resolven, on the night of the 21st. ult., and thus inter- fering with the comfort of the passengers.— Mr. Lewis, of Swansea, appeared to prose- cute, and Mr. A. J. Jeffreys represented John. —It was suggested by the prosecution that the men were all fighting, and that one of the passengers was so alarmed tint he pulled the communication chain and the train came to a standstill outside Aberdulais Before the guard came a woman was so frightened that she got out upon the metals and vanished.— Lister, inspector, produced the bye laws.— Mr.Jeffreys stated that his client was sober and quiet on the occasion, ■■ nd in no way responsible for the conduct of the other defen- dants. He put defend mt in the box to prove this.—The justices imposed a fine of £1 ar,d costs in each case. David Evans, William Evans, and Dlivid Lbyd, Re-n Iven. were similarly charged. The former were nned: 10s. and costs, and Lloyd £1 and costs.

BRITON FERRY NOTES.

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PONTARDULAIS.

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BRITON FERRY NOTES.

LLANDILO.