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PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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0 Porth. THURSDAY.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr Ignatius Williams). i Charles Napper, a Dinas miner, was Bum. moned for keeping a licenceless dog in his pos- session. P.C. Maine gave evidence., and defen- dant was ordered to pay the costs of the case. Thomas Langham, haulier, Ferndale, was sum- moned for driving a spring trap without lights on the 10th inst. P.C. 365 proved the offence, and a. fine of 10s was imposed. David Lewis, aDinas collier, was summoned for assaulting Abigail Thomas, a married woman residing at the same place. Mr James Phillips, solicitor, Pontypridd, prosecuted, and Mr W. T. Davies, Porth, defended. The evidence of the complainant was to the efIect that on the 17th inst., the complainant was passing by defendant's door, whin he came out ,nd struck her on the shoulder. A man named Joshua Jones interefered, and prevented defendant from striking ler again. In cross- examination by Mr Davies, complainant admit- ted that the defendant did not strike her, but put his hand on her shoulder. She added that the defendant came to her and asked her what she had said about his (defendant's) wife, and this led to the assault, but defendant did not strike her, but was going to do so. For the defence it was stated that the defendant went on to complainant and remonstrated with her because she had nick-named his wife "Mary Crcch." The Bench ordered the defendant to pay the costs. Susan Villiers, Maerdy, summoned her hus- band, Edward, who now resided at Maesteg, for maintenance. Defendant had left her since April, and bad not written or sent, her any money. An order of 7s 6d per week was made. John Evans, miner, Pontygwaith, and David Prcsser, collier, Ferndale, were fined 5s and 10;; respectively for committing a breach of the peace on the 10th ult. P.C. Davies proved the offence.

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