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Mountain Ash County Court.

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— „ • MOUNTAIN ASH POLICE COURT THURSDAY. — Before Sir T. Ma^chant Wil- liams (Stipendiary), Messrs. M. Morgan, p. N. Gray and G. A. EVaris. EJECTMENT ORDERS.—P.C. Muldbn applied for anejectment ■ order against Price Lloyd, Ivor-place, Mountain Ash, and Mr. 'J. W: B van made a, similar application Lewis and W m. Wálsh.stč6f!t;"Tyntè-J. town.—Granted. DRUNKS.—The following were fined 10s. and costs each for drunkenness: John Taylor, in Alma-street; Wm. Thomas, in Commercial- street; Ed. Wellington. Gordon-street, James Franklen, in Bush-road; Wm. Jones, in Cross- street, Penrhiwcciber. DOG COLLARS.—John Clements and LI. Grif- fiths, for allowing their dogs to be at large without collars, were fined 5s. and costs. BAD LANGUAGE.—Simon Herne, for using bad language outside the Park Hotel, Penrhiw- ceiber, were fined 10s. and costs.- John Reefe, represented by Mr. H. George, summoned for a similar offence, was bound over BOUND OVER. —Catherine Morgan was sum- moned for assaulting Eliza Ann Jones; there was a cross-summons.—Mr. Edmunds was for the defence.—Both parties were bound over to keep the peace for six months. IMPUDENT THEFT.—James Gleigh, of no fixed abode, a tinker, was charged with stealing an umbrella, valine 10s., from the house of Dd. Williams, Clifton-street, Aberdare, on Wednes- day.—The defendant knocked at the door, and receiving no answer he opened the door, walk- ed into the passage, took the umbrella from the stand, and put, it amongst other umbrellas under his arm, and wal-ed away.—He was sent to prison for a month.





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