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Porth-Thursday. Dr H. Naunton Davies, Mr Thomas Jones, and Dr T. W. Parry. Refusing to Quit Manuel Roberts, haulier, Maerdy, was sum- moned for being drunk and refusing to quit the Uaerdy Hotel, Maerdy, on the 10th inst. P.C. P.O. Radford proved the case, and defendant was fined 10s. Licenceleas Dogs John Davies, haulier, Williamstown, was summoned for keeping a dog without a licence and was ordered to pay the costs of the case. Joseph Leach, collier, Pontygwaith, was simi- larly charged, and was ordered to pay the cost of the licence and costs. Drunk and Disorderly The following were fined for being drunk and 4disorderly on various dates:—Daniel Griffiths, collier, Tonyrefail, 10s; Edward Davies, col- lier, Tonyrefail, 5s; Timothy Coleman, collier, Pontygwaith, 5s; John Davies, haulier, Peny- graig, 10s; George Podger, collier, Tylorstown, 10s; Thomas Jones, collier, Ferndale, 5s; Thos. James, haulier, Ferndale, £1; John Morris, collier, Blaenllechau, 5s; Joseph Harris, col, lier, Ferndale, 10s; Thomas Morgan, collier, Perndale, 15s; John Evans, haulier, Maerdy, 10s; and Itees Owen, collier, Maerdy, 10s.

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Uantrisant School Board.

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