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—■ -1 Pontypridd Police Court. WEDNESDAY.—Before Dr R. C. Hunter, Alderman Richard Lewis, and Mr P. Gowan. Emily Evans, an old woman living at Tony- pandy, was summoned for being drunk on the 4th inst. P.C. Thomas said he found the prisoner help- lessly drunk by the Thistle Hotel, Llwynypia, with a large crowd around her. There were 45 previous convictions recorded against the defen- dant, who was now sentenced to 14 days' im- prisonment. Daniel Llewelyn, labourer, Pontypridd, was summoned for sleeping out OJ), the night of the 4tth inst. He was found in a hayloft in Bridge street, Pontypridd, by P.C. Daniel Jones, whom he told that his son and daugter did not take him in. As it was the oltl man's kst offence, he was let off, and advised to apply for admis- sion to the Workhouse. Elvira Lewis, Pontypridd, was summoned for being drunk and disorderlY in High street, Pontypridd. P.C. David Evans proved the offence. A further charge was preferred against the defendant of breaking the windows in the cells of the police station. P.C. 423 stated that on the morning of the 5th inst. he heard the smash- ing of glass in the cells, and on paying a visit there he found the defendant standing upon the boards with her boot in her hand smashing the window with the heal. He stopped her, and was obliged to take her boots away. This oocurred about five or ten minutes after the defendant had been locked up. She was very drunk when brought in to the police station. For being drunk the defendant was sentenced to seven days hard labour, and 14 days for the wilful damage. William Lewis, John Vowles, William Thomas, colliers, Trealaw, and Edward Davies, collier, Penygraig, were summoned for trespas- sing on the Great Western Railway. Mr James Phillips, solicitor, Pontypridd, defended. The trespass occurred near, Penygraig, and the offence was proved by Inspector Mills. Lewis, who was absent, was fined P.1, and the other three 15s each. Edward Ball, starker, Pwllgwaun, was fined 10s and costs for assaulting Louisa Palmer, Pontypridd, on the 22nd September. William' Cross, labourer, Norton Bridge, was charged with stealing a pair of boots, the pro- perty of Charles Husk, Cilfynydd, on the 1st October, and was finea £1.

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