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SIRIOUS CHARGE OF 10DNDIKG AT PENYGRAIG. COWARDLY ATTACK WITH STONES. PERJURY BY DEFENDANT'S WITNESSES. STRONG REMARKS BY THE STIPEN- DIARY. At the Rhondda Police Court, on Monday, (before the Stipendiary and Mr T. P. Jenkins), Richard L. wis was charged with wounding John Atkins with a Ptonr. Complainant said on Satuedav night, the 9th inst., he saw defendant on the road at Penygraig. He beard defendant talk about him. Went op and asked him what be was using his name for. They bad a quarrel, and then fought. Afterwards, as he was leaving, defendant threw a stone at him, cutting the left side of his lip. Saw him groping for more stones, so he ran away. He went to a doctor, who put in two stitches. They had net been good friends. Edward Morris, son of the landlord of the Swan Inn, said be was with complainant. They met de- fendant, and be and complainant quarrelled and a.nd fought. After that defendant struck complain- ant with a stone. Defendant called David Charles and another wit- ness named Dugan, who said they did not see de- fendant throw a stone. His Worship said they cid not believe a word of what defendant's witnesses bad said. They had perjured themselves, and if that sort of thing went on they would have to tend lots of people to the Assizes. Fined 40s, or a month.

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