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THE COALFIELD TROUBLE. ( .

LOCAL CASES AT QUARTER SESSIONS.

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DANGER IN MINES.

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MAESTEG.

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LLANTRISANT. Council Opposition. The Llantrisant^ and Llantwit Vardre Rural District Council have I petitioned the House of Lords to be heard against the Pontvpridd and Rhondda Joint Water Board Bill when before a Select Com- mittee of the Upper House. The Bill has gone through the Commons. Fishing.—The pollution in the Ely at Llan- trisant.is getting worse and worse, and scores of fish have been killed recently. As if that were not enough, there are now reports of wholesale liming a couple of miles or so aoove that place and a man was captured with 200 to 250 trout of all sizes in a sack on his back. t Quite recently also the Cocd-y-Goras brook, out Llanedarne war, has suffered the same fate. Caught. — At the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions on Wednesday, the Chairman char- acterised the offence of "frvan Morgan (06), haulier, and Thomas Catkins (63), haulier, as very bad. The men. against whom there were previous convictions, pleaded guilty to maliciously putting lime in certain water at Llantrisant on 16th June, belonging to Win. Meyler Thomas, with intent to destroy fish. Each was sent to hard labour for three months.

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TONDU & ABERKENFIG

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BRYNMENIN.

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PONTYRHYL.

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