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THE ADJOURNED INQUEST.

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NEWPORT

BLAINA.

EBBW VALE.

FOREST OF DEAN.

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FOREST OF DEAN. TRIPLING WITH A MARRIED WOMAN.—At the Littledean police-court on Friday—before Slr Thomas C. Boevey, Bart., Mr R. J. Kerr and Mr A. Thomas—Thomas Dubberly, a married col- lier, of Mitcheldean, was charged by Sarah Phillips, wife of Arthur Phillips, a collier of Wig- pool, with an assault upon her on the 18th inst. Mr Whatley defended. Complainant's statement was to the effect that defendant came to the house at dinner time, and at once commenced pulling her about, trying to get her on his knee and kiss her. Witness got away from him and went on with her work. Complainant had her sister living in the house, a little girl 14 years of age, whom de- fendant sent for a bottle of beer. When the girl left he resumed the offensive, and following com- plainant out of the kitchen into the bakehouse, shut the door, and took hold of her round the waist, and bringing a bottle of whisky out of his pocket, wished her to have a drink, which she refused. She then called her sister back, and defendant left. In cross-examination, complainant admitted that she could have obtained assistance from a neighbour, who lived next door, and did not cry out at all. Complainant's sister was in the same room part of the time, and saw the assault committed. Defendant gave the girl a halfpenny to go for the beer, and complainant did not object to her going away. Harriet Hill having given evidence, the bench decided that defendant had no business to place himself in so dangerous a position but as the assault was of a trivial nature, he would be fined 2s 6d and costs.

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