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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

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rn ABERDARE. IHE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.—The servants of this company are now actively engaged taking np the broad gauge line of railway between Merthyr and Swansea. In consequence of yesterday being the first day of the quarter sessions, theie was but little business transacted at the police court. Mr. D. Davis, the only magistrate present, disposed of a few unimportant cases.- THE SOUTH WALES CHORAL UNION.—The rehearsal at Aberdare was an excellent climax to all the preceding ones. Three concerts were announced for the day, but the demand for admittance so far exceeded the accommo- dation, that a fourth was held at nine p m., and announced by the bellman About L220 was taken at the doors. On Tuesday morning a great crowd assembled at the Great Western Station to witness the departure of the competitors and their friends, who, altogether filled a train of eighteen carriages. CUTTING YOUNG TILLES.-Alfred Harcourt was charged with cutting a number of young trees, value 5; the pro- perty of Major Vaughan Lee. Ordered to pay the amount of damage claimed, and a fine of 10s. and costs, amounting in all to ill 7s. 5d., or fourteen days' hard labour. ROBBERY FROM THE PERSON,—Elizabeth Jones was charged with stealing two half-crowns, five shillings in silver, a pawn-ticket, and a tobacco-box, fiom the person of David Williams, a smith, residing at Aberaman. Re- silver, a pawn-ticket, and a tobacco-box, fiom the person of David Williams, a smith, residing at Aberaman. Re- I manded for a week. EXCISE PROSECUTION.—Mr. Hugo, Supervisor of the Excise in this district, appeared against Daniel Griffiths, landlord of the White Horse Inn, Cwmbach, under 1 and 2 Geo. IV., cap. 22, sec. 1, for not making proper returns of his brewing. Mr. Hugo stated that on the 29th May a brewing had taken place on defendant's premises, which had never been entered in his book in accordance with the regulations. The case was adjourned for a full bench of justices. A GASJBILL.,— David Lloyd was summoned for non- payment of 7s. 8d. for gas supplied, and 2s. lOd. for fittings, being amount due the Aberdare and Aberaman Gas Consumers' Co. The case was adjourned. A number of the ordinary cases ot drunkenness con- cluded the business of the Court,

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