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ABERAVON. I The assault-at-arms held at Aberavon on January 4th, and organised by the Aber- avon-Port Talbot liugby Football Club in aid of the local war funds, realised the splendid sum of S:50 after all expenses were paid. At a special Aberavon County Police Court on Wednesday, Captain Rangers Maaqueker, of the steamer Lodewryh Nassau lying at Port Talbot Docks, was suin-uionect for a contravention of tho Foreign Animals' Order, by bringing a cow from Rotterdam to Port Talbot, I which is a prohibited port.—Inspector W. E. Roes proved the offence, and de- I fendant was fined 20s. inclusive. A BAD CHARACTER I At a special sitting of the Aberavon I Borough Police Court, on Saturday, Ellen James (30i, residing at John-street, Aber- :iv<>n, was charged with soliciting on the istil inst. Pii. McGovern proved toe offence, and spoke to seeing defendant ac- cost several men in Church-street, Aber- avon, on the night of the 15th inst. Defendant, who had a bad record. was sent to prison for one month with hartf I labour GERMAN BOY AND CHOCOLATES. j At the Aberavon County Police Court, held on Monday—before Mr. Chas. Jones and Major Thoe. Gray—Hermann K-aes- gcn, a German lad, of Croft-st reet, Aber- avon, was charged with stealing a box of chocolates, value Is., .from the sffop of Messrs. F. Bowdcn and Co., Station-road. Port Talbot, on the 15th inst. P.C. Stevens deposed to the facts, which were that defendant and other boys went to the shop, and while the other boys were making a purchase defendant pur- loined the box of chocolates. Supt. Ben Evans said that he was con- vinced that the lad had been instigated to the act by others. Defendant was cautioned, and bound over under the First Offenders' Act.

ABERDULAIS. I

. BRITONFERRY.I

BLAEXGWYNFI. I

LLANSAMLET. I

NEATH ABBEY-j

NEATH.I

II PORT TALBOT, I -I

RESOLVEN. I

SKEWEN. -I

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