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PONTYPRIDD DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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Ystrad. MONDAY.—Before the Stipendiary (Mr Ign&- tius Williams), Alderman W. Morgan, Mr J. D. Williams, M.F.H., D.C., and Mr E. H. Davies. Evan Griffiths and David Jones, two Pentre colliers, were summoned for committing a breach of the peae at Pentre on the night of the 17th inst. P.C. Griffiths deposed that he visited the F.ailey's Arms Hotel on the night in question, and in the bar saw the two men fighting each other and creating a disturbance. A fine of 10s each was imposed. Thomas Williams, an Ynyshir collier, was summoned for deserting his wife, Elizabeth. Mr Ack Llewellyn, warrant officer, said that defendant's wife and her three children became chargeable to the Union in March of 1896. De- fendant had now returned to his wife. His earnings for the last six weeks had been E4 gs. The Bench ordered the defendant to prison for si": weeks with hard labour. Thomas Lewis, Tonypandy, was charged with deserting from the Royal Artelliery at Alder.. shot-in June, 1895. He was remanded to Cardiff to wait an escort to take him to Aldershot to be tried. William Hughes, a labourer of no fixed abode, was summoned for assaulting P.C. Lucas on Sunday, the 25th inst. P.C. Lucas said he saw the defendant sleeping on the highway road at Llantrisant, and on waking him up, he came very abusive, and refused to give his name and address. Defendant then struck the officer ni the face, and took a knife out of his pocket, and threatened to cut off his (Lucas') hand. A fine of 5s was imposed. Thomas Jones, a Treorky, brake-driver, was summoned for overloading his brake on the night of the 8th inst. P.C. Martin said that the defendant had a licence to carrv five pas- sengers, but on the night in question" defendant had eleven passengers in his brake. A fine of 2s 6d was imposed. James Davies, collier, Tynewydd, was fined 5s for being drunk and disorderly at Tynewydd on the 17th inst. P.C. Woodward proved 'the case. J-

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ICaerphilly,

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