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ABERDARE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 27th.—Before Mr R. A. Griffith (Stipendiary). Paternity Case.—.Mary Hopkins, Trecynon, summoned Llewelyn Treen, 8 Lewis Terrace, Penydarren, Merthyr, miner, to show cause, etc. Defendant did not appear. — Com- plainant said she gave birth to a child on May 9'th. Treen had sent her letters admitting paternity and had paid her 4s. per week for five weeks. He had expressed his wil- lingness to pay that amount weekly. Mary Rowlands, midwife, gave cor- roborative evidence.—An order of 4s. per week and costs was made. Caming.-D,ivid John James, Al- bert Veal, and Samuel Phillips, all of Aberaman, were each fined 5s. for gaming with cards.—P.C. Morgan explained how he saw the youngsters on the Plough Tip, and how he caught them after a chase. Obstruction.—Frederick Ricketts, Gordon Ricketts, Arthur Stephens, Frederick 'Withers, and Albert Mor- gan were each ordered to pay os. for obstructing Jubilee ltd., Aberaman. P.C. Clarkson explained that he had previously cautioned the defendants. —One of the defendants: He never cautioned us, sir.—The Stipendiary You are old enough to know that you are doing wrong without a warning. Pay os. each. Shops Order.John W. Hurt was summoned for selling fish, other than fresh fish, after nine o'clock at night. Sergeant Bevan described a visit which he paid to the local market shortly after 9 p.m. There was a big muster of people at the stall, and the defendant was doing a roaring trade.—Mr. Hurt: Was 1 busvP—Witness: Very.—Mr. Hurt: What was I selling Witness: I saw you selling red herring. — Mr. Hurt: I maintain that I have a right to sell after nine o'clock.—The Sti- pendiary What right have you in face of that Order?—Inspector Grif- fiths testified that he had already warned the defendant against selling after the proper time, and that the latter had promised to see to it that it would not occur again.—A fine of 20s. was imposed. All's Well, etc.—Mr. Charles Ken- shole drew the attention of the Bench to a case where the Powell DufFryn Company were the plaintiffs and a number of men engaged at the River Level, Abernant, were the de- fendants. The present was the first dispute which had arisen between the parties since the company took over the pit about two years ago, but tlio company were anxious that friendly relations should exist between them and their employes, with the result that he (Mr. Kenshole) wrote to Mr W. P. Nicholas, Pontypridd, the legal representative of the work- men, to the effect that the company were quite prepared to withdraw the summonses if an undertaking were given by the men that any future dispute would be referred to the re- presentatives of the two sides and then, failing a settlement, to the company's agent and the miners' agent.-In intimating that the men had accepted his .advice to entertain the proposal of the company, Mr. Nicholas explained that his clients reciprocated the good and kindly feeling which inspired the company, and which they would endeavour to foster in the future.—The Stipen- diary I congratulate the parties on having arrived at suchVa satisfactory settlement, and I sincerely hope that this happy spirit will always prevail between the employers and their employes.

Hirwain Case Referred Back.

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