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I ASSAULT UPON A STATIOCT-IMASTER-

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ASSAULT UPON A STATIOCT- I MASTER- A oollier named Albert Milsom was charged at Tredegar on Tuesday with assaulting Mr. E. Brain, station-master at the White Rose Railway Station, Rhymney, on the 9th inst.— Mr. Brain said that on the morning of the 9th defendant and others rushed nto the station just as the ordinary passenger train was about leaving, and demanded to travel to Machen by the train. Witness refused them, as it was contrary to the rules of the company. Milsom then went away, and returned when the next passenger train was about leaving, and again demanded to travel by that train. He was again refused, whereupon he threw down the station-master, who only narrowly escaped falling beneath the moving train, being rescued by the guard.—Milsom expressed his sorrow for losing his temper, and said he was very anxious to get home, as his clothes were wet.—The Bench imposed a fine of £1 and costs, or four- teen days imprisonment in. default.

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