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BREACH OF THE PEACE.

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BREACH OF THE PEACE. William West, Joseph Shortman, and Tm. Shortman were charged with a broach of the peace, by fighting at Poutnewynydd on Monday pight, the 23rd ult. P.c. Saunders proved the charge. West was fined 10s., and the other defend- ants, who did not appear, 15s each. THREATS. Wm. Phillips was charged with using violent threats towards Jeremiah Buckley.Ordered to pay costs. DRUNI^ARPS' LIST. Albert Stewart was charge with being drunk at Sebastopol. P.c. Beanland proved the charge. Fined 10s. Mary Neville was charged with being drnQk and riotous at Nightingale Village.Fined lQp. Rachel Smith was charged with a like of- fence.Fined 10s. William Parry was charged with a like of- fence.Fined 15s. Ann Parry, his wife, was also charged with being drunk.Dismiss :d. Joseph Price was charged with being drunk at Garndiffaith.Fined 10s. MONDAY. Before the Rev. J. C Llewellin. COAL STEALING. Howell Price was charged with stealing a quantity of coal, the property ef the Blaenafon Company.Reinandod till Saturday. John Hayes was charged with being drunk at Garndiffaith.Fined 10s. WEDNESDAY. Before Rev J. C. Llewellin and C. J. Parhee,Esq. CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT. Arthur Simmonds was charged with etnbez* zling various sums of money, ^mounting to £ ,5 4s, whilst in th" employ of Join; Devau, fnr- I yityre dealer, at Blaeuafoq. I Rosanna Hamm, wife of William Hamm, Blaenafon, deposed that she bought some goods from the shop of Mr Bevan, at Blaenafon she bought them from prisoner, who made out the bill and gave it to her on March 28tb she paid the prisoner IOri. This sum was not accounted for by prisoner, and the entry was made by Mr Bevau himself. Sarah Jones, daughter of Henry Jones. Rising Sun, Blaenafon, said that some time in Decem- ber she purchased goods for her sister from the shop of John Bevan did not pay for them at the time the goods were delivered on February 17th she paid the sum of £3 14s to prisoner the writing was in his handwriting; she saw him write it. Gustavus Vaunbrooke Cary, clerk, said he purchased goods at the shop of Mr Bevan 12 mouths ago, but the goods on account were por. chased in December; on March 26th he paid prisoner tl on account. John Bevan, furniture dealer, carrying on business at Blaenafon, said that in January last he employed prisoner as a salesman and mana- ger he had authority to receive money for pro- secutor; discharged him about three weeks ago he has not accounted for the various Bums mentioned by the previous witnesses according to the stock book, there was about £36 worth of furniture and other articles which were missing. Prisoner was committed for trial to the Quar- ter Sessions. ter Sessions.

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