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CWMBEAN. I POLICE COURT, THURSDAY. Before H. M. PILMNEB, Esq. and EVEJSBTT HABTIBT, Esq. CRUELTY.—David Watkins, farm bailiff, was sum- rrooned for cruelty to a horse at Pantgwyn Farm, "Tredannock, on the 12th August.—P.O. Wears said "that he saw the defendant working a dark brown lorse attached to a gamble, loaded with hay. There -was a wound on the off shoulder and there were two —wounds on the near shoulder, They were very raw, jand full of flies. There was a pad on the wound. which appeared to be a stocking. The horse seemed Aged. Watkins stated that they were short of liorses, and were bound to work this one to finish he hauling.—Cross-examined by Watkins: The qpad was on the wound. He was sure the horse was in pain.—P.S. Norris said that he saw the horse on -the 14th August. He coroborated as to the wounds on the animal. He considered it would have been impossible to have worked the horse without it being in pain. The horse was very low, and not worth more than 3°s., at the most.-Watkins said lie had assisted with horses all his life. The horse in qnestion was about twelve years of age. He had dressed the wonnds and treated the animal kindly -.eyer since he had had it. He padded it properly, and he did not think it was cruel to work it.- .Defendant was fined Sl including costs. RioTous.-Mary Ellen Kellihan was summoned -lor riotous behaviour, at Cwmbran, on the 9th July. -P.C.-Tuoker saw the defendant fighting with another woman.—Fined 5s,—James Wallace, brick- maker, Cwmbran, was fined 15s. for riotous be. haviour at Cwmbran on the 8th July. JUVENILE C&sss.-The Chairman stated that in future the Bench would take all cases in which young persons were concerned first, and immedi- ately afterwards the Court would be cleared of all young persons. A SEBmS OF ASSAULT CHARGES, Clara Da vies, married, was summoned for threat. ening Elizabeth Morgan at Cwmbran on the 17th August.—Both parties were bound over and ordered -to pay the costs between them. Elizabeth Davies, married, was then charged with Assaulting Fanny Morgan, at Cwmbran, on the 17th August. — After hearing evidence. the Chairman stated that there seemed to be a big disturbance going on and they found Mrs Davies guilty. Elizabeth Morgan, wife of Henry Morgan, Wood- land Street, was summoned for assaulting Elizabeth Davies on the 21st August.—The Chairman stated that this was another of these disgraceful neigh- bours' quarrels. It was quite impossible to get at the bottom of it. The parties would be bound over and the costs, 27s., would hava to be paid between -them. John Moore, Thomas Waite, and William Gillard -were charged with assaulting Elizabeth Davies at ^Cwmbran on the 21st August.—The magistrates lound the defendants guilty, and fined them 40.. jeach and costs.

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