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MERTHYR POLICE.

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MERTHYR POLICE. (Before J. B. BRUCE and W. THOMAS, Esqrs.) FEIIRUARY 9.-Joliii Francis was charged by Henry Lyons, a Jew, with stealing a waistcoat from his shop. Various witnesses having proved that the prisoner was of weak intellects, he was discharged. Rces Rees, Ship and Castle, beer house, was fined 40s. for keeping iris house open at illegal hours. James Macnamara, Michae! Lyons, John Bryant, and Patrick Desmond, were fined £ 1 each for an as- sault on John Hayes, and 5s. each for a tresspasS on the property of John Daly. Edward David, collier, was committed for three months (iiis second offence) for running away, and leaving his child chargeable to the parish of Aberdaie. On being asked why he had done so, he answered, (7/ieddwilod) drunkenness. Flm. 12.—-Ann Lewis, Hope and Anchor beer-house, was fined 10s and costs for refusing to open her door at the demand of the constable. The Magistrates observed that she was liable to a penalty of X5; but as she was a widow, and in the hope it would operate as a warning, they had inflicted tne smaller penalty. Thomas Thomas was ordered to pay £1 by monthly instalments of 10s., to his workman, lhomas Jones.

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- NEW SHERIFFS FOR WALES.

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