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MONDAY. Before Mr J. A. Manaton. DEARTH OF JUSTICES. At eleven o'clock the only magistrate in attend- ance was Mr J. A. Manaton, and for fully an hour and a half efforts were made, by telephone and otherwise, to obtain a second justice, but in this the police were unsuccessful, and Mr Manaton dealt with some of the cases, others being adjourned till Friday. TIP-CAT. Three schoolboys named Thomas Wheeler and George Brown, of Kathleen-street, and William Ellis, of Queen-street, Barry, were let off with a caution on a charge of playing tip-cat on the highway, INEBRIATION. Alf. Moore was fined 78 6d for being drunk and disorderly penalties of 5s being imposed upon William Ash, Fred Gibbs, and Michael Regan for the same offence. William Bennett was let off with a caution and a warrant was ordered to be issued for th!3 appearance of Harry Thomas,

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