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PONTARDAWE POU, CE COVU I

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PONTARDAWE POU, CE COVU I Friday, before Messrs. E. G. Benthall, S. Jenkins, J. H. P. Lloyd., F. R. Phil- S. Jenkme, Williams, an d J. M. Daviea.  lips, D. T. Willi.ams, a,nd J. M. Davies. A NEW ORDER. I Evan Evans, rollermiain, now of Pent- ardulais, was charged with neglecting to mclint,aiii his children which were charge- able to the Guardiarfe. Mr. Wyndham Lewis (clerk) explained that some time ago an order was made against defendant for 19s. 6d. per week in respect to his three children at the H ouse. The ordeif it appeared was never obeyed, and defendant had been to jail .on several occasions in respect to arreaa-s which were due. Of late the eldest child, a girl, had been sent to a training home for girls at Bridgewater, and she had been sent out to service under the super- vision of the Ladies' Committee connect- .ed with the Institution. He ( Mr. Lewis) therefore asked the Bench to make a fresh order in respect to the two young- est children who were still under the care of the Guardians. Mr. Dd. Thomas, relieving officer, said the defendant's wages averaged- 92 4s. lOd. per week, but he had only paid 30s. since the first order was made. A new order was now made of-12s. 6d. weekly. LOCAL THEFTS. John Boyoe, winding engine-driver, of Cwmilynfell, was charged with stealing timber value 9d., the property of the Gwauneaegta-wen Golliery. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 30s.. For a similar offence John Freeman, Gwaunoaegurwen, was ordered to pay 30a. Thomas Beynon, was charged with stealing coal value 9d. from the Tawe Valley Gas Co. Defendant pleaded not guilty. He was represented by Mr. Mor- gan Davies. A fine of 40s. was imposed. WIFE WOULD NOT GO BACK. D: II, -i "-7__1_- -L-_J. AiiL.ij^cnu vowies, e<Jiii;r<«-cLor, Uiya-acil was summoned by his wife Mary, for per- sistent cruelty. The case had been ad- journed a month previously in order that the parties should have an opportunity of going back to live together. M.r Thorpe fielerk) Have you settled between you Oompu.ixiajii, jiio, fur. Defendant said he was willing to take his wife back. Complainant said she would never go back to him Cl6 he was cruel when in r drink. Clerk The magistrates threw out the suggestion at a Tecent court that your sister should leave the house. CompHlnarib She is willing to go, sir. After the evidence had been read over the riwLiV'trates made an order of 12s. 6d. per week. STIFF FINE. Llewellyn Thomas, Brynanuman, was fined P,3 for using a motor car without the proper licence. ADJOURNED. Henry Davi-es and David Davies, Allt- wen, were summoned for trespassing in search of conies at Cilybebyll. Mr. Mor- gan Davies defended. P.C. Shean gave evidence. The deforir-. was that the defendants had permission from Mr. J. Standidg;. The case was adjourned.

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