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SHIP AND MAIL NEWS.

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COLLIERS' STRIKE AT RHYMNEY.

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"X i- "•■brx ,v-if1 r■ Jl NTYPRA)D. -The usual weekly, sessions were held on Wednesday, before the Stipendiary, Mr. G. Williams, CHARGE OF r -Daniel Alexander, Treherbert was brought up charged with attempting to steal some goods from a cart and assaulting P. C. Meyler when taken into custody. Fined ft. 6d. and costs. ASSAULT.—George Powell was fined 40s. ,indleosts for assaulting P.C. Devonald at Y strad. NON-VACCISATIOX.—Mr. Hopkins, the vaccination officer of the Cardiff Union, summoned two brothers- John Osborne and Nathan Osborne, of Pentvrch, for not complying with the regulations 'of the Vaccination Act. Fined 2s. Gd. and .casts. Nathan was discharged. AN INEXPEKIENCED LAiDLO!LD. Walter Roberts, the landlord of the Gilfach Goeh Inn, was fined 40s. and costs i for permitting drunkenness. BEERHOUSE OKPEXOSJ —An elderly female, Catherine Rowlands lnullady of the Corner House, Treherbert, was lined 30s. and costs, for selling beer during prohibited hours. CHARGE OF ASSAULT.—Samuel Babb. a coker in the Glamorgan Coal Company's works, at Gilfpc-h Goeh, summoned John Holland and J. Williams (the latter did not appear) for assaulting him. on the 17th ult. The Bench found the defendant guilty, and he had to pay 10s. and costs. A committal was granted against Williams, who was fined 20s. and costs, for not paying a fine levied upon hiiri in last week's sessions at Liautrisant. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—'The annual fortnightly meet- ing of the above Board was held on Wednesday. The Clerk reported that small pox returns had been 'sent in from Ystraùfodwg and Lantrisant. In Llantrisant 62 persons had been vaccinated. Eight fresh cases of small pox had broken out, one proving fatal. In Ystradfodwg. there were 42 fresh cases of small pox, and during the last fortnight seventeen persons had fallen victims to the disease. In connection with this malady Dr. lihys of Treherbert, reported that the increase in the spread of the disease had caused a panic in the district, though a very strong and absurd prejudice existed among the colliers against the conveyance of any patient going to the Ponty- pridd hospital. A communication was read from the Llantrisant vestry, suggesting that .the Board appoint an inspector of nuisances temporarily for Llantrisant. The notion appeared to be that if the Board appointed an inspector the expense of his appointment would fall upon the Union, while the expense of such appointment, if made in vestry, would have to be borne by the parish only. The clerk, however, stated that" this was quite a mistake. If the Board appointed an in- specting officer the parish of Llantrissant only would have to pay for him. Mr. Reynolds made a very able speech in connection with the verv small remuneration now paid to the nuisance inspector. Applications w ore made from three or four coffin contrac- tors of the Union for an advance on the price for which they tendered per coffin. The matter was postponed till next Wednesday, when a committee of the whole Board will meet to discuss it. Mr. Maddicks wished to draw the attention of the Board to the desirability of having the an name Newbridgc on the ordnance survey removed, and Pontypridd substituted in the maps under the new sur- vey. The Clerk thought the Board as euch had no power to move in the matter.

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