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Breach of Colliery Rules at the London and South Hales Coal Company's Colliery. AtTstrad police ccurt, on Monday, (before the Stipendiary, Thomas Brown, flaeman, waa charged with a breach of colliery rules. Mr Davies, who appeared to prosecute, said the case was heard last Monday, but dismissed on account of the defendant having been summoned on the wrong charge. He was now sammoned under rule 288. John Evans, fireman, said defendant was due to be taken oa at the flue at 4 o'clock oa Sunday afternoon, but did not turn up until a quarter of an hour after, and then in his evening clothes. He refused to go to work. Told him the flue was in a bad state, and de- fendant said he did not care, as h6 was going to give up the flue. It was very dangerous to let the flue remain unattended. In reply to his worship witness said if defendant did not mean to come he ought to have given him notice in time, so that he might have cot someone else. Half an hour elapsed between four o'clock and the time hen he got another man to attend to the flue. Mr John Williams, manager, said he met defendant on the morning of the day in question several times and he said nothing about being ill, or about his not being able to attend to his duty. Fined 20s, or to go to gaol for 14 days.

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