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SHIP AND MAIL NEWS.

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COLLIERS' STRIKE AT RHYMNEY.

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COWBRIDGE. w v-f »0)i<ve'c0art on Tnesdfty last, before Messrs. G. ,fV< 1 • and Thomas lvlewellvn; James John, hi;™ 7Tfc'r Ia,bo\irer' was charged by P. S. Chalk with 9^? T rU1i and-riotous at Cowbridge, on Tnesdav, the Defendant pleaded guilty to the charge, and was fined Is. and costs. Moody,\ Thomas oj le, aud Wm. Harris, all residing within the neighbour- hood of Cowbridge, were each respectively charged with being m toe Fanners' Arms, Victualling-house, at A bur thm, in the parish of La.nblethian, during prohibited hours on Sunday, the 16th of last month. Each of the defendants appeared, and pleaded guilty, and were eath fined Is. and costs. BREACH OF. CONTRACT. — Thomas J-im, Matthew 1 Uavies, JJavid Jones, John Davies, and Thomas Harry, colliers, were suinmoned by David Evant., overman at the ffi'hur.y Colliery, for breach of contract of service, on the I Itn June last. Mr. Stockwood, jun., Bridgend, appeared on behalf of the defendants. The complainant appeared, and applied to have each of theca,ses with- drawn, as the men had returned to work. Tlie magis- trates complied with defendant's request, but ordered him to pay all costs. WAGES. —Willipn John, of Cowbridge, mason, sum- moned Win. Lewis, manager of the Danharry Coal Com- pany, for 10s., wages due to him as a mason employed at the Lanharry Colliery. It appeared that the com- plaiftaRt was employed by the day, at 5s. per day, aud left his service on the 7fch June last, without having pre- viously given notice of his intention to leave. Defendant disputed want of a day's notice. Order made for the amount, and costs. HI. iH WAY BOARD.—The monthly ordinary meeting of the Cowbridge "District Highwav Board was held at the Town-hall, on Tuesday. Mr. Or. W. Nicholl, the chair- man, was present, as was also several of the Guardians of the different parishes comprising the district. The minutes of the last meeting having been read, it was pro- I' posed by Mr. D. H. Davk-s, vice-chairman, seconded by Mr. W. Thomas, Llantwit-Major, and resolved, that the surveyor do forthwith open the old water-course, near Moor Mill, in the parish of Langam, running from a ditch on the side of the road from St, Mary Hill to the Mill Race, near the mill. The surveyor produced his estimate of expenditure for the easning month, amount- ing to £ 60, and a cheque-was signed and given him format amount.. '*• j

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