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j THE OUTRAGE ON AI BRECONSHIRE FARMER. ♦ THE ACCUSED BEFORE THE BENCH. On Wednesday morning Mr. D. E. Williams, of Hirwain, sat in his magisterial capacity at the Station Hotel, Cefncoedycymmer, when Mr. John Morgan Jenkin Harris and Mr. Tom Harris, of Bodwigiad, Breconshire, and of Trefarig, Glamor- ganshire, surrendered to the warrants charging them with having in December last, at Bodwigiadi inflicted grievous bodily harm on Jenkin Morgan, Taicwpl Farm, in the same county.—Mr. Bonnell Bishop, solicitor, Brecon, appeared for the police, and Mr. Richard W. Williams, solicitor, Cardiff, appeared for the defendants. The last-named apologised to the magistrates, on behalf of the accused, for their non-attendance at > the former meeting, and stated that their absence was due to a misapprehension, to the effect that, inas- much as Jenkin Morgan would not be present,and they themselves would be represented by their solicitor, their personal attendance would not be necessary. — Supt. Flye having given formal evidence, each of the defendants was bound over in the sum of £ 1,000,and one surety of .El.OOO, to appear at the office of the Vaynor clerk of the magistrates at Merthyr Tydtilon the 8th of February, when another adjournment will take place. Mr. Francis R. Crawshay, J.P., Treforest, was the surety for Mr. J. M. J. Harris, and Mr. John Evans, Crofta, Llan- trisant, for Mr. Tom Harris. The business was simply formal, and did not last more than a few minutes. It was stated in the neighbourhood that an ap- plication had been made to the bench to hold the meeting in private, and that this had been de- clined. Mr. Jenkin Morgan is said to be progres- sing as favourably as can be expected, and it is believed he will be able to attend before the bench at the time his medical attendant, Dr. Jones, Hir- wain, mentioned to the magistrates at the former meeting.

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