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PONTYPRIDD.

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MOUNTAIN ASH.

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Glamorgan Michaelmas Quarter…

Pontypridd Police Court.

Caerphilly Petty Sessions.

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Caerphilly Petty Sessions. TUESDAY.—Before Messrs H. T. Williams, H. Jackson, J. Leigh and F. G. Evans. DRUNK.—William Price, Edward Lewis, and Lewis Walters, were fined 10s and costs each for being drunk in the above-named house. DRUNKENNESS ON LICKNSED PREMISES. -Edmund Davies, landlord of the Halfway public-house, Gelligaer, was summoned for permitting drunken- ness in his house. He was fined 10s and costs. NOT MAINTAINING HIS WIFE.—Charles Keen, of Trealaw, was summoned for not contributing towards the support of his wife and children. The magistrates sent him to gaol for one month. UNJUST WEIGHTS.—Samuel England, a green- grocer, of Caerphilly, was summoned by Mr Supt. Matthews, charged with having unjust weights in his possession. He was fined 108 and costs. THESPASS.—Decemus Jones, Bargoed, was charged by the Rhymney Railway Company with trespass. He was fined 20s and costs.—Thomas Jones, Bar- goed, was similarly charged, and fined 10s and costs. LEAVING WORK WITHOUT NOTICE.—Thomas Cross was charged by Phillip Woodruff, of Macheu Tinworks, with leaving his work without giving the customary notice. An order for £2 damages and costs was made. SHEKP WOKKIED BY A DOG.-Hugh Begg, of the Van farm, was summoned by Thomas Jenkins of Gwerndomen, for the value of a sheep killed by his dog. An order was made to pay £4-, the value, and costs. Mr Tegg was similarlv summoned by Thos. Jenkins, of Capel farm lor the value of a sheep killed by the same dog. An order was made in this case for 22 and coats.

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