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Pontypridd Palics Court. WEDNESDAY.—Before the Stipendiary and Mr Godfrey Clark. "WHICH WAS THE HARDEST BLOW" AT CYMMER.— Mary Aun Hopkins was charged with assaulting Ann Harper.—Complainant said defendant charged her- with breaking an oven. She denied it, and defendant struck her on the chest.-The Bunch Did you do anything ?—Complainant I defended myself.—The^ Bench: How?—Complainant: I struck her on the ch at.—The Bench: Which was the hardest blow?- Complainant: I don't know I felt the blow she gave- me, but I did not feel the blow I ave her.—Defendant then took up two bricks, and threw at her, but did not strike her.-For the defence, Ann Jones said Mr Harper firat struck defendant in the mouth, and then, defendant pushed her.—To pay 53 towards the costs. STEALING A GLASS AT HAFOD.—James Vaughan was- charged with stealing a gla33.—Idria Morgan, son of David Morgan, landlord of the Farmers' Arms, said on Monday night defendant and Evan Jamts came into the house, and had a glass of beer each. Defen- dant then left thd bar. When they had gone witness missed a glass. Followed them, and saw defendant throw the glass into the snow. Defendant struek him on the left eye. Defendant had been drinking, but. knew very well what he was about.—The defence was that prisoner was so drank at the time that bA did not. know what he was about.-Fined 23s, or 14 days. WOUN ING A WOMAN AT GILFYNYDD.—John OweUl was charged with wounding Harm ih Sheppard.—Mr- Lewis, surgeon, said he saw the woman that morning.. She had a cut on the right side of the front of her head about two inches lonsr. A stitch was put in last night. If it went on as now it would heal, but if in- flammation set in it would be dangerous. It was a clean cut wound, and might have been done with a, poker. The woman might be able to attend that day- week.—P.C. Reeves said the previous evening the. complainant came to his house in a very excited state. Asked hila to go over to her house, as her lodger had struck her on the head. He went o/er, and foand de- lendant sitting down. Mrs Sheppard took up the poker, auè said "This is what he did it with." De- fendant said "Yes, I struck yoa."—Remanded for a week. ASSAULT AT PONTYPRIDD.—Thomas MorRan.batcheE- was charged with aaaaulting William Williamb.-Mr- W. R. Daviea appeared for the complainant.—It ap- peared that complainant, a lid, was in a slaughter- house, and his master charged him with stealing a. lamp. He said no, it was the man who works for "Tom Brecon" (a nickname of defendant). His mas- ter went out of the slaughter house, and defendant. then seized him by the throat and kicked him.- Richard Tompkins corroborated.-In reply to the- Bench, defendant said "My name is Tom. The Bench: Then you object to be called Brecon ?-Da- fendant Well, you know, it does not become oar- present education. I have children zrowine up, and they take it to heart mora than I do.—His Worship had no idea. there was any disrespect in the name. He had heard true friends of defendant calling him by that, na.me.-Ordered to pay the costs only. HOME SWEET HOME.—The sweetest houses in this- town are those where Hudson's Soap is in dail use. It leaves no smell. Is quick, safe, and sweet. Solendid for washing Flaunels and Woollen^ Underclothing. Sold everywhere. For Family use, in Dozens and Half-Dozeua, also in 14lb. and 28!b- boxes

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