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I Rhoudda Police Intelligence. MONDAY.—Before Mr J..Ignatins Williams, Stipen. diary, and Mr T. P. Jenkins. _a I. BUTTEBIKE PftoBECUTioN8.—Alteo Phillip}, BN^CHO «nd gepeert. Tynewydd, was c&lgeclyUm. margarine without the legal requirements being complied with.—Superintendent Matthews prosecuted.—Mrs Phillips said she did not know a ticket was required.—To pay the costs, 10s 2d. John Jones, ot Blaenrhondda, was charged with a similar offence.—Superintendent Matthews having proved the cased, efendant was fined 10s and coste. A IFICKBNS IN TROUBIE AT TONYPANOY.—Daniel Dickens vas charged with erecting a shed without submitting plans.-Mr J. W. Jones, surveyor to the Ystradyfodwg Local Board, asked for a remand to ha.ve the-shed removed.—Unless removed in week, a tine of £ 6 to be inflicted. Adjourned for a week. ALLEGED ASSAULT AT TYLORSTOWN.—Thomas John was charged ^vith assaulting Margaret Thomas.—The evidence showed the. case to be of a trumpery- character.—Dismissed. T DRUNK AT GILFACH GOCH.—Richard Howell, of character.—Dismissed. T DRUNK AT GILFACH GOCH.—Richard Howell, of Clydach Vale, was charged with being druuk.-P,C, Smith said on Sunday evening, the 27th ult., he saw defendant lying in the street drunk at Gilfach Goch. -Fine'd los. i >■ ,• >i "PETTICOATS AGAIN" AT TYLOESTOWN.—Elizabeth- Magga ;was charged withassaalting Mary D*y.— Defendant threw water over complainant's child, and he had the croup in consequence. She also threw water over her little girl, who had been ill for two weeks previously. T9 pay 3s tidcost of the summons. A WET QUARTETTE "AT TREALAW.—cCarles Ltluyl1, Edward Lee, Henry Boss, and James Lewis, were charged with falsely representing themselves to be travellers on StiudHjr.'r—Lee was fined 153, and the other three 10s each.—James Hill was fined 20s for a similar offence. ;cb'YCS "gem CHARGE OF STEALING A PAN AT TYNEWVDD.—Martha. Gayton and her daughter were charged with stealing a large earthenware pan,-P,C. Bryan said in consequence of what prosecutor told him he went to defendants, and charged them with stealing the pan. At first the woman denied Wiving such a pan, but afterwards said she had lent it to a neighbour. He got the pan from a Mrs Culverhouse. Mrs Gayton then said "I and my daughter were in the house this morning. I took the pan. Alrs Jones (who had gone to America, and from whom prosecutrix bought the pan), owed my daughter money when she left. I found the. back door open, and went in and took the pan."— Case dismissed. t

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