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♦ Forth. THURSDAY.—Before Dr Ivor A. Lewis and Mr Thomas Jones. Mary Jane Owen, a married woman of Fern- dale, was summoned by Jane Matthews, Fern- dale, for assault. There was a cross-summons. Both cases were dismissed on payment of costs. WilTiam Matthews was summoned by Owen for threats, oifd was ordered to pay the costs. Esther Supple, a married woman living at Williamstown, was summoned for assaulting Jane Martin, Penrhiwfer, on the 20th Septem- ber.Prom the evidence of the complainant it appeared that the defendant spat in witness' face and inflicted several blows in the Glamor- gan Hotel. Defendant was fined 10s and costs. John H. Wayward, collier, Williamstown,was summoned by Jnlia Ann Moyle, Trealaw, for bastardy arrears. Complainant said the defen- dant now owed R5 2s. Defendant said he could not pay now, as he had been on sttfke, and had since met with an accident, which prevented him from working. He promised to pay 10s now, and 5s per week when he restarted work. The case was adjourned for two months. Cafherine Roes, 14 years of age, Penygmig, was summoned for stealing coal from the Ely Pit, Penygraig, on the ltlhl inst. P.S. Mark- ham proved the case. The Bench remarked that they felt strongly upon the subject of parents sending their children to steal coal,and thought it was useless fining the children. The parents were the ones who should suffer. A line of 2s 6d was imposed. <

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