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Cilfynydd.

Porty.

Ynyshir.

Peqrhiwceiber.

"SORROWS OF SATAN."

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- PWLLGWAUN BRIDGE.I -

THE DEFINITION OF BONA-FIDE.

THE PORTHCAWL DROWNING FATALITY.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.I

IA MOTHER'S TROUBLES.

REAL FUN.

Ystrad.

Pontypridd.

Pontypridd.

Treforest.

Tylorstown."

I-. ,Penygraig.

Tonypandy.

Trealaw.

- Abercyqorj.

Treharris.I

Ystrad.

- Ynysybwl.

YNYSHIR IN MOURNING.

REV D. G. WILLIAMS, FERNDALE.

Caerphilly,

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Caerphilly, TUESDAY.—Before Alderman Henry Anthony (in the chair). Dr Edwards, and Mr Jonathan Williams. Arthur Vaughan, a Nelson collier, w&s sum- moned for being drunk and disorderly on the highway on Sunday evening, the 1st inst. P.C. Howell and P.S. Williams proved the offence, and a fine of 10s was imposed, with the alterna- tive of seven day's imprisonment. For committing a similar offence at the same place on the same date, Thomas Broderick, plasterer, Nelson, was fined 5s. Mary Hopley, a married woman residing at Gelligaer, was summoned for stealing a quantity of coal, value 3d, the property of George Sea- borne, Gelligaer. P.C. Tucker deposed that on the 21st ult. he saw the defendant on the screen of the colliery, picking coal into a bag a:xl her apron. Fined 5s. Ann Davies, a married woman living ai Llan- bradach, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly at Llanbradach on the 3rd i-,ist. P.C. Hopkins deposed to seeing the defendant lying on the pavement very drunk and creating a dis- turbance. Fined 5s.