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Cilfynydd.

Porty.

Ynyshir.

Peqrhiwceiber.

"SORROWS OF SATAN."

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THE DEFINITION OF BONA-FIDE.

THE PORTHCAWL DROWNING FATALITY.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.I

IA MOTHER'S TROUBLES.

REAL FUN.

Ystrad.

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Ystrad. MONDAY.—Before the Stipendiary Mr I natius Williams), Alderman R. Lewis. Coun- cillor D. Thomas, and Mr T. P. Jerdiins. Thomas Prosser and Walter Lee. two boy- residing at Trealaw, were summoned for tres- passing on the T.V.R. Company's goods' var. at Trealaw on the 24tli ult., Mr H. M. Ingle- dew. Cardiff, prosecuted on behalf of the Com- pany. Detective Edwards saw the two boys o > the Trealaw goods' yard, releasing some breaks- off the trucks. On his approaching them, they used very abusive and obscene language. Tic trucks at the goods' yard are continually being damaged. A fine of 2s 6d was imposed. Elizabeth Pickings, 14 years of age. hailing from Blaenycwm, was summoned for stealing. 15 lbs. of coal, value a penny, from the Blaeny- cwm Level, on the 31st ult. H. Llewelyn, far- mer, saw the defendant going towards the level, and returning from there with the in a bucket. Fined 2s 6d. William Jones, Phillip Thomas, ami Richard Morgan, three boys rcsidinl)- at Treorky. wero. summoned for obstructing the pavement at Tre- orky on Sunday evening, the 1st inst. P.C. Martin said defendants were running about the streets, rushing up against ladies, and causing great annoyance to passers by. Fined 5s each. Louis Fine, a Tonypandy auctioneer, was summoned for obstructing the pa-vciytiet, at Tonypandyr on the 24th ult. P.C. Pur.te-r said that at three o'clock on the day in question he saw some goods outside the defendant's shop which obstructed passengers. He remonstrated withu defendant, and told hi mto clear the goods, which the latter promised to do. He (the wit- ness) again passed at 4 p.m., and the goods were still there. Defendant now said that, he had told his assistant to clear them off, but the latter had omtited to do do. Defendant was fined 10s. > illiam Thomas, brake-driver, Treorky, was fined £1 for furious driving on the highway at Treorky on the night of the 2nd inst. P.C. Martin proved the case.

Pontypridd.

Pontypridd.

Treforest.

Tylorstown."

I-. ,Penygraig.

Tonypandy.

Trealaw.

- Abercyqorj.

Treharris.I

Ystrad.

- Ynysybwl.

YNYSHIR IN MOURNING.

REV D. G. WILLIAMS, FERNDALE.

Caerphilly,