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Sunday Trading.

A Dangerous Practice.

Obstructing the Police.

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Obstructing the Police. Wm. Davies and Ada Brown, 33 Jen- kin Street, Aberdare, were charged with obstructing P.C. E. R. Evans. This case arose out of a charge heard I a fortnight ago against Richard Brown, who was fined for assaulting a young lady and P.C. Evans. Mr. T. W. Griffiths defended, and re- marked that Mrs. Brown and her hus- band had now left the town. P.C. Evans deposed that when he was taking Richard Brown into custody, M rs. Brown came on and held his arm, I and said her husband should not go with any b- policeman. He told her to go away, but she refused. Davies then came on the scene and held his arm, and said to witness: "You are not going to take him away." Both the defendants continued to interfere with him on the way to the Police Station. Mr. Griffiths called the male defend- ant to give evidence, and he said that he was called from bed by his sister-in- law, Mrs. Brown. The constable and Brown were then opposite Calf aria Chapel. The Bench held that the charge had been made out against both defendants. The Stipendiary said it was difficult enough for a constable to handle a vio- lent man without being interfered with by third parties. The public must understand that once a police officer took a prisoner in charge, no person should interfere by act or word, and under the circumstances the defendants would be fined only 10s. each or 7 days.

Dangerous Dog.

Shop Open After Hours.

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I CWMBACH.

ABERCWMBOI.

Aberdare Police Court.

The New Food Order. I

Another Charge.

A Hirwain Case.

Milk and Water.

Deficient in Butter Fat.

Housekeeper's Short Stay.

MR. C. B. STANTON, M.P., PRESENTED.

SUDDEN DEATH OF REV. J. B.…

Vale of Neath News.

Up and Down the Valley.

ABERAMAN.

CWMAMAN.