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COW BRIDGE. THEMOAV. ^Before Mr. J. S GIBBON, chairman, Sir JOSEPH L. K. SFBARMAN, Ban., Mr. DANIEL OWEN, Ash Hall, Colonel IYLKR, and Mr. R. K. PRICHARD.) RESISTING THE POLICE.—Thomas Llewell.n was chaig. d wi h resisting Police-Constable Jenkins in the execution of his duty tit Llunharan on the 22nd of N"ve ritier. Defendant had since joined the South Wales Borderers at Brecon. He was fined £2 and eosts, or, in default, a month's imprisonment. POACHINQ.—Thomas Davies, labourer, and Caleb Evans, harpist, Cowhridge, were fined £.1 and costs each for tregpa-sing in pursuit of rabbits at Llan- frynach. Police-Constable Martin gave convicting evidence.

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