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A DAUGHTER OF THE TROPICS.

CARELESS/JESS IN THE MIPE.…

The Cause of Indolence in…

RHONDDA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

PONTYPRIDD PAUPERS.

————————, Matrimonial Billows.

REV. S. C. BOWEN, A.C., CELLI.

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CHRISTIANITY AD PROCESS.

SAD SPECTACLE AT FERNDALE.

Robbed of Its Prospective…

THE DROUGHT.

LOCAL PATENTS. -.

Earl of Durjraven's Property.

FROM THEHEHBERT TO SWANSEA.

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Sunday Trespassers. -

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Sunday Trespassers. PROSECUTIONS AT PORTH. Before Mr Ignatius Williams, Drs I. A. Lewis T. W. Parry, H. N. Davies, and Messrs D. Thomas and Thomas Jones, sitting at Porth on Thursday, William Williams, John Thomas, Robert Rees, Seth Evans, David Rees, Arnold Rees, J .Walters, Seiras Evans, William Her- bert, Ivor Davies, and T. Elliot, all from Porth, were summoned for trespassing on the land of David William Evans, Gilfach farm, Cymmer. Mr J. Phillips, solicitor, Pontypridd, defended The prosecutor gave evidence, and said that considerable damage was done to the fence and walls on his land by trespassers, and a great portion of his time* was occupied in repairing the walls and fences every week after Sunday trespasses. F.C. James saw the defendant Thomas tres- passing land-on Sunday, tne j.oth ult. Defendant stones down, and slackened oT the fence. On being- remonstrated with, defendant said he was not aware that he was trespassing. P.C. Thompson saw the other defendants also trespassing on the land on the same day. Their Worships assessed the damages to the wall at 5s, and ordered the defendant Thomas to pay that amount, and also to pay costs. The other defendants were discharged. William Williams, another Porth resident, was summoned for committing a similar offence on the ground of Mr D. W. Evans, farmer Glyn- fach, on the 17th ult. Mr Evans proved the case, and defendant was ordered to pay 5 towards the damage, and also to pay costs.