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FROM TONYPANDY.

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FROM TONYPANDY. Alleged Assault on a Domeatio Servant-1 Yesterday Annie Carver, aged 16 years, daugill ter of a Tonypandy hairdresser, summoned Jobs J. Williams, manager of the Tonypandy Co- operative Stores, Tonypandy. at Pontypridd Police Court for assaulting her on August 26tb. Mr Gray, solicitor, Pontypridd. prosecuted, and Mr J. Bowen Rowlands, solicitor, Pontypridd) defended. The complainant said she had been in the service of the defendant and hts wife for eight months. On August 2i she returned from a week's holiday at Porthcawl with the defendant's wife. Before: she retired to bed that night she placed a candle and a box of matches on the dining-room table for Mr Williams, who had not arrived at the bouse when she went to bed at half.past 11. About an hour later she was awakened by the defendant calling for matches. She told him where they were, and on seeing the defendant open her bedroom door she jumped out of bed. She looked about bed room for a match, and whilst she did so the defendant caught hold of her and attempted to kiss her. She asked her master to leave the room. He did so, and in a little time returned and apologised, saying he had been drinking that night, The next moining witness complained to a neighbour, and when Mrs Williams returned from Porthcawl that evening she told her what had occurred. The defendant on hearing this ordered her te go home. Mrs Williams interfered, aud asked that she (witness) might remain that nigbb The defendant, however, ordered her home, and she left at 10.30 p.m.—Replying to Mr Boweo Rowlands, the prosecutrix denied that her parents demanded hush-money.—Wm. Carver, the girl'8 father, said he went to the shop the following morning, and only demanded the girl's wages in lieu of notice.—Cross-examined These proceed* ings would probably not have been taken had not the defendant taken proceedings against hie daughter for slander in the High Court,—The Bench dismissed the case.

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