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THE GLAMORGAN SOCIETY.

PONTARDAWE TIMBER THEFT.

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PONTARDAWE TIMBER THEFT. MR. LLOYD'S PROPERTY: TWO MEN FINED At Pontardawe, on Friday, Thomas Bey- ron, stoker, and Thos. Derrick, galvanizer, Pcntardawe, were summoned for stealing' timber value 2s., the property of Mr Her- Dert Lloyd (chairman of tho Pontardawe Bench). During the bearing of the case Mr Lloyd and his son left the bench. Sergeant Hala said with P.C. Thomas he saw defendants cutting up a trunk of a tree near Y nisgellyneu House. He asked what they were doing and Beynon replied (meaning Derrick)- "He aekea me to come and help tim cut a bit of firewood. I thought there was no harm." Derrick also said he did not think there was any harm and added "Dcn't say anything about it this time and we won't oome here again." Defendants pleaded guilty and were fined £1 each. a—■—w———mma

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