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i! jBreach of Promise Proceedings…



ABERDARE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY.—Before Messrs. D. P. Davies I (chairman), Griffith George, and K Stonelake. VARIOUS.—John Evans, for being drunk in charge of a horse and cart in Jubilee-road. Godreaman, was fined 10s. and costs. Samuel Davies, a boy of 16, for using indecent language in Gadlys-road, Aberdare, was ordered to pay 10s. and costs.- William Saunders, a brake- driver, was summoned at the instance of the Aberdare District Council, who were represent ed by Col. T. Phillips, for overloading his brake.—P.C. Keer proved the offence, and defendant was ordered to pay 10s. and costs. POST-OFFICE ROBBRRY.—Mathew H. Vaughan was charged with breaking into the Rhigos Post-office, and stealing therefrom a, sum of money.—David Howells said he was in charge of the office, and also carried on business as a grocer. On the 21st ult. he shut the premises up safely. The following morning he found that the zinc on the cellar window had been taken off. On going into the office he found tho drawer open, and about 25s. in silver missing, as weU as 2s. in coppers, and some postal or- ders.—Mr. T. Lloyd Davies, the sub-postmaster at Aberdare, produced the missing orders, and pointed out that prisoner could not have cash- ed them as nothing had been filled in.—P.S. Davies, Hirwain, said he arrested prisoner, and in his possession found the ordenfi Wiien charged, prisoner said that when hetbroke into th premISeS he wa3 accompanied y a man I named Tom Evans. They left for CtyuifT after the theft, and here he lost his friend.—Accused was sent for trial at the Assizes.



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Air Rifle Match. !

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