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MOUNTAIN ASH POLICE COURT

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MOUNTAIN ASH POLICE COURT THURSDAY.—Before Sir T. Marohant Wil- liams .(Stipendiary), Mr. G. A. Evans, and Mr. W. Millar. TRESPASS.—George Parfitt and Daniel Rhys, of Tyntetown, were summoned for trerpa^sjQg on the Taft Vale Railway.—Mr. N. Ingledew appeared to prosecute.—P.O. Williams proved tha case, and a fino of 1. and costs was im- posed. DEAB FIGHT.—For being1 drunk and fighting at Abercynon, James Griffiths was finod 10s. and costs and 40s. and oosta respectively. DfitJXSS.—The following were fined for drunkenness:—Charles Goodwin and Walter Bowen, in Tyntetown; George Belcher, Pen- rhiweeiber; William Davies, at Mountain Ash. LET OFF.—Evan Williams, summoned! for leaving: his horse and cartunattonded in Ox. ford-strect> was let off on payment of costs. CABD PLATING.—Charles Matthews, William Reynolds, Roger Taylor, and William Beet well were summoned for playing cards in the street on Sunday.—P.O. Bennett said ho saw the defendants handling money.—Thej were ordered to pay 7s. 6d. each. DEAB SWEAR.—Patrick Lambert, of Tynte- town, summoned by Mrs. Keefe for usipg bad language, was fined 10s. and costs. MoMEY DUE.—William Grainger was sum- moned by Thomas Bennett far 20s. for work done.—Complainant, who who represented by Mr. Phillips, Pontypridd, said he worked for defendant at Cwmpennar Pit, and he oould not get his money.—An order wag made for payment- WANTED loon.—Hannah Roberta was charg- ed with stealing a silk muffler, a blanket and a sheet from the house of Henry Smith, lab- ourer, Penrhiwcsiber.—Prosecutor eaid the defendant and her husband came to lodge at his houao, end they missed the goods named. Evidence was given that the woman pawned the thinfS at Mr. Jacob Fino-'s.—Mrs. Roberta said she wanted food, as her husband had bean out of work, and the prosecutor gave heir lib- erty to pledge the articles.—A fine imposed. THE STIPENDIARY AND A DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE. Frederick Daiimore was summoned for not sending his child regularly to school.—Defen- dant presented a medical certificate, which; stated that the child wat* unable to attend school.—The Stipendiary (looking at the let. t.er): I think we must send doctors to school to learn how to write. We are supposed to know Welsh and English here, but not Latin. It would bo a good thing if some doctors went to a night school.—A fine of 5s. WM in- flicted..—-In other caspa fines of 2Qs..were imposed.

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