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WjEDNESDAY.— (Before A De Rutzen, Esq.) A JUVEHILE OFFENDER. Mary Duggan, 12, was summoned for having stolen 371bs of coal, the property of the Rhymney Iron Company (Limited), on the 20th ult. The case was a remanded once, his Worship having adopted the course of adjourning it rather than commit the girl at the previous hearing to gaol for non-payment of the penalty. A fine of 3s. 6d. which was now illl posed, was paid over by her father. TRESPASSING IN SEARCH OF GAME.—Jacob Clayton and Seth Griffiths. puddlers, Dowlais, were summoned for this offeDce. George Lucas, gamekeeper to Mr. n. T. Crawshay, stated that on this (Wednesday) morning, about eight o'clock, he saw defendants behind Llwyn- raolgoch wood. Clayton had a greyhound with him, and he and the other defendant were beating the gorse and brushwood for rabbits. His Worship ordered Clayton to pay a, fine of £1 and the costs, or a month's imprisonment, and Griffiths 10s. and the costs, or four- teen days. Allowed until Monday to pay. THEFT FROM THE ABERDARE SLAUGHTERHOUSE.— Thomas Christmas and Edward Davics, alias Neddy Tommy, puddlers, well-known characters, were brought up charged with stealing a sheep's head, the property of Messrs. Lewis and Marsh, butchers, Aber- dare. Previous convictions for felony being shown to exist against each of them, they were now committed for trial at the adjourned sessions. COAL STEALING AGAIN.—Ann Williams, married, another well-known customer, was brought up charged with stealing 311bs. of coal, the property of the Dowlais Co., on the previous Monday, and was committed for trial at the adjourned sessions. ALLEGED BIG\MT.—Charles Finch Bellamy, described as a labourer, a decently-dressed young fellow, was placed in the docl, charged under a warrant executed at St. Helen's, Lancashire, by P.S. Davies, with feloniously marrying Mary Phillips, his former wife, Margaret Bellamy, being then alive. The only witness examined was Elizabeth James, a married woman, residing at Quarry-row, who stated that her daughter Margaret left the house with the prison3r to be married at the Regis- trar's Office, Merthyr, some day in April, 1871. They lived together at Georgetown as husband and wife for a couple of months afterwards. Prisoner left his wife there, and went away to the North of England, whither she, however, followed him. They lived there for some time, but prisoner again deserted her, and came back to this neighbourhood. She came after him in May, 1874, but he refused to live with her or have anything to do with her. Witness saw him in High- street, and told him that if be did not live with her daughter she (witness) would make him support her or get a divorce from him. Prisoner, however, would not undertake to do either, and the next thing witness heard of him was that he had gone to live to the Rhondda Valley, and that he had got married to the woman Phillips at Sardis Chapel, Pontypridd. Sergt. Olding now applied for a remand until Saturday for the production of other witnesses necessary to complete the case. An application was made on the prisoner's behalf by a clerk from the office of Mr. Thomas Phillips, solicitor, Aberdare, that he be admitted to bail. Mr. De Rutzen consented to take the prisoner's recognizances in JE50, and one surety in a like sum. In default of finding the required security, the prisoner was removed in custody.

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