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IAberdare and ,Electric Lighting.

Orchestral Concert at Aberdare.


. Aberdare League of Young…

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ABERDARE POLICE COURT. WRDNESDAY. Bofere the Stipendiary (Sir T. Merchant Williams), Messrs. D. W. Jones, L. N. Williams, Owen George, and Dr. Evan Jones. TRANSFER.—Mr. W. D. Phillips applied for the transfer of the license of the Red Cow Inn, Llwydcoed, from D. Jamea to Mrs. Lander, for- merly of the Welsh Harp, Aberdare.—Granted. WITHOUT A LICENSE.—P.C. Taylor said he saw the defendant on the 30th ult. He had a double- barrel Run in bis possession. Defendant told him that he had borrowed the gun to shoot crows with. — A fine of 5s. and costs was imposed. ARREARS. — Benjamin Vaughan was summoned for arrears, due the Merthyr Guardians, for the maintenance of his wife and two children.—Tha case was adjournod. AFTER 12 YEARS.—Thomas Jenkins was sum- moned by his wife, Sarah Jane Jenkins, for desertion —Complainant said they had been married 12 years. Her husband had been living away from her for the last six weeks. lIe had frequently threatened her, and gave her a black eye on one occasion. A very amusing dialogue ensued between the parties, in tho oourse of which much of the family history carna out. Eventually the Stipendiary called them to order, remarking that the comedy could not go on any longer. Complainant went on to say that her husband was a very jealous man, and frequently pointed to a photo of a woman which was <1m the wall in their house saying, "She ought to have been my wife." —The Bench made an order for 10:i. a week. Later on man and wife were seen having a friendly chat in a corner of the court, and the Stipendiary was heard to whisper. "They will make it up again before they leave." THEFT.—Frederick Lenman was charged with stealing a pair of boots. Daniel Jones, a clerk at the Co-operative Society, Penrhiwceiber, said that on Monday, defendant camo into the shop and went upstairs. In consequence of what he was told, he examined the shelf and found one pair of boots missing. They were worth 12s. 6d., the boots produced were the ones taken from the shop —Annie Annbury (12) said she saw the defendant walk out of the shop with the boots in his possess- ion.—Abraham Levinson, pawnbroker, said de- fendent visited his establishment and offered the boots in pledge.—P.S. Johl.8 gave evidence of arrest.—Defendant pleaded guilty and was sent to prison for six weeks. THEFT OF A WATCH.—William Davies was charged with stealing a silver watch, the property of Howell Taylor, Penrhiwceiber.—Taylor said defendant had been lodging with him for a fort- night. He missed the watch from his bedroom. It was worth J35 10s.—John Reas, an assistant to Mr. Fine, pawnbroker, said defendant came into the shop and offered a watch in pledge.—P.S. Johns spoke toarresting Davies, who, when charged at the Police Station, said, I have nothing to say."—In court defendant pleaded uilty, and was sent to prison for a month.

. Aberdare Bankruptcy Court.







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Wedding at Pontypridd.

Aberaman Horse and Agricultural…

The New Cornish Curative Spa.



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