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September ^ERGAVENNY.

U EBBW VALE.

I PONTYPOOIi.

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I PONTYPOOIi. RELIEF FUND.—A meeting of the inhabitants J*16 town was held at the Town-hall on Friday (yes- A,ay) evening, for the purpose of affording assistance r1? sufferers by the Indian mutiny. Resolutions, ex- Clv? of sympathy with our countrymen, and open A to help them in their present necessitous Wth W"re ,unanimously passed. We shall present in our next. •lot STS-—On Saturday last, the jury lists for the 'pinedWere ^rouS''t before the magistrates and AG^T INCOME-TAX.—-Wednesday and S ay<tW,fnerr!le l78thaPP°inted f0r hearing these c!l "^ont i Tho f • out-parishes, and the latter ontypool. The business wa6 conducted in a strictly ate manner, but it is understood that »i' sirictty ^PpHcants appeared. aat a larSe number /ox Works-—A portion of the British TV™ J also those at Ebbw "Vale and around thu a-°tr^8' )^ral!y, have lately been stopped on account of waf f deficiency being now removed, business has resum^ former position. «usea y TOWN HALL.— SATURDAY. Jpfore C. H. Williarns, and John Thompson, Esqrs.] I £ aTO-G ^okk.—Daniel Barrett and Thomas Booth < d i }h°;r WOrk without leave. JAL/"3' wls press the charge and the >dants were consequently only fined the cE's Belligerent PAUPER. — Ann wfn- fsht up on a charge of misb.havini h'^H [WUiDg mother pauper in the PontypooflJnion \v0T^ ►C! master of the workhouse stated that at,I ^ieotderly and refractory woman, and was broueht »eg T?agl3trat,e3 VerJr recenlly for tearing Up her ■hv'oti, a7^ult,wa3 committed by the defendant >a« VLjn? 0 acte^ a very violent manner rk Well,X^emPered woman, and although she could lper8- 8he*l-,n0t,llve in Peace with her fellow klk" "in Tery Puonaci°usindividual, 1 *Ue had bee^. wbl]etkat bar. She admitted Prisoned three times, and the magis. J trates said they considered it was a very bad case. She seemed to be going from bad to worse, and the punish- ment must also be increased. She was sent to gaol for onemonthwithbardlabour. TREVETHIN.— John Reece was summoned for leaving his cart in this parish without any one to take care of it an unreasonable time. The surveyor said he left it-there four or five hours. Dismissed on payment of expenses CWMBRAN.-Mary Ann Wall, a little girl, lo years of age, was charged with stealing various articles of clothing from Mrs. Herbert, of the Bridge Inn. The prisoner pleaded guilty. The prosecutor stated that Wall was a servant next door, and came into the Bridge Inn by the back door. The articles were found in her possession. The parents of the girl appeared, and the father said he had always worked hard all his life to bring her up honestly. He did not know of her disposition to pilfer. The magistrates said that it was a very sad thing to see the child of respectable well-conducted parents in such a position, but it was impossible to avoid punishing her. She was committed to prison for one month. GOITRE.-J ames Watkins, of Abergavenny, was charged with cutting underwood belonging to C. R. Leigh, Esq. It was proved that he was in the habit of cutting the wood. A fine of 10s. and costs were inflicted, or in default 7 days' imprisonment. WEDNESDAY. [Before C. H. Williams, Esq ] John Matthews was convicted for being drunk and disorderly, and fined 5s. and costs. Philip Burns, agent for the Ebbw Yale Company at Cwmbran, was brought up on a charge of embezzle- ment. The prisoner appears to have carried on a long course of fraud. He was remanded till Saturday next. Sarah Collins was charged with being a vagrant, and committed to prison for 14 days.

BRYNMAWR.

PONTRHYDYRHUN.

RHYMNEY.

MONMOUTH.

POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY.

SIRHOWY.

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