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NEWPORT.

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MERTHYR. MONDAY.—(Before Mr. J. Bishop, stipendiary.) —ybn-3faintenance.—Two brothers, named John Davies and Jamps DavioS, the former a brakesman and the latter a cabinet maker, summoned to show cause why an order should not be made upon them to contribute towards the maintenance of their parents, who arc chargeable to the union. Reiicving-officer Davies gave evidence, and John was ordered to pay 2s. per week, and James 6d. J agrancy.—Jam«s Beard, a tramp, was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment with hard labour for beggingin High-street on Sunday last. Vi EDNESDAY.—(Before Mr. Bishop, stipendiary.) •—Ruffianly Customer.—Watkin Francis, alaboui-or, was charged with refusing to quit the Parrot Inn, with assaulting the landlord, William John. and further with assaulting Police-constable Hole in the execution of his duty. On Monday John found defendant fighting in his house. He was asked to go out, but instead of doing so quietly he knocked the landlord down, and in the scuffle which followed prisoner got John's finger into his mouth and bit it. Police-constable Hole soon afterwards arrived, and was also attacked and assaulted by the prisoner. For refusing to quit Francis was fined £1 and costs for the assault on John another j61 and costs; and for the assault on the officer he was sentenced to fourteen days' imprisonment without the option of a fine. Stealing Baskets.— Margaret Ann Underwood and Elizabeth Davies, two girls, were charged with stealing two baskets from the shop of the London Tea. Consumers' Company, and Catherine Morgan, Underwood's mother, was charged with receiving one of the baskets, knowing the same to have been stolen. The baskets were hanging outside tho shop on Saturday, and were missed on Monday. Police-sergeant Davies, from information he received, arrested the prisoners, who made statements incriminating each other. Morgan was fined 5s., and the other two 2s. 6d. each. Alleged Theft.—Benjamin Price, a collier, residing at Abercanaid, was charged with stealing thirteen saplings, and also with stealing a con- siderable number of mandril helves and other things, the property of the Messrs, Crawshay Bros. and the Aberdare and Plymouth Company. Mr. Simons defended. On the charge of stealing saplings the accused was discharged, and the other charge was adjourned for a week in order that other evidence might be adduced.

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NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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