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ABERCYNON POLICE COURT." THURSDAY.—Before Sir T Marchant Wife liams (Stipendiaj-y^and Col. Slorgan. No LICENCBS.—for keeping- dogs without oenoes the following were fined: John. Aiberfl, Morgan, 10s. and oosts; D&vid Pmgle, xlber*, cynon, who had sinoe taken a: liCCIlce out, 7s. 6d., including costs; David Goodman, Thomas Wilt* shire, John Brooks, William Hav&rd, Emanuel. Bachs-rd Mogivid, *nd Albert Panop, Is. 6d.B i&cluding costE ;r Daniel Williams 'aad JorlA Callaghan, Ynysboefch, 10s. and costs; Jolul; Peters, Ynj'syboeth, 7 £ 5cL' ineludicg ,oosia;: William James Taylor, Ynysvboeth, 7s. 6cL,- including costs; Henry Harris, Ynysyboeth, 10s. and coats: George Peters, 76.. 6d, indTid". ing costs; Thomas Morris, Tyntetown, IGs. and costs; John Evans, Ynysybwl, 10s. and,, costs; Evan Davies, Ynysybwl, 7s. 6d., include iDg costs; William Newth. Ynysybwl, 7s. 6d.; including costs; Zethuma Dutton, 7s. 6d. iiwi eluding costs. < ALLEGED ASSAL.LT.—William Davies was sunk4, moned for assaulting John Edward Wililayn 1, Complainant said that defendant came up tØ, him as he was coming out of the river with' a football, and beat hini.—Xiie case was dis- missed on payment of costs.—There was a stun- moos against Williams for assaulting Davies?# children.—Bound over to keep the peace. "HOUP-LA."—Frank Coger, for whom MXW James Phillips, Pontypridd, appeared, was sum. moned for garuing.-P.S. Ang-us gave evidence, that the defendanx was playing "houp-la" in tJ;ael show ground.—The Stipendiary That's a gam».| of skill, is it not?—Witness said that the ringa^ would only go over the squares in certain cases.-? Mr. Creecraft told him that it was a game of) skill, and had been so decided in various piaoos.) —Cross-examined: There was a clock there,? and some of the rings were warped.—Mr. PhaM lips having addressed the Bench, the .Stipeo-j diary held that with the squares used in tiast case the element of chance idredomi -4 A fine of 20s. and costis was imposed. v CAUTIONKD.—William Morris was ch1 wrtb breaking and entering into a house at Kinnard street, and steaiing therefi-om two! chairs. William Mander, a rent collector, said, that William John Bevan Levied a distress fwl rent on defendant's goods at 98, £ Lirmturd-{street.-■ They were removed to an empty house, 95, KLins) nard-street- In the evening he found thev house broken into, and two chairs had .cone.—if Defendant said he was in drink, and :,ihe pendiary dismissed him with a carUtioii. *» COAL STEALIK.G.—Frederick Pugh was charg-J ed with stealing coal, the property of the Pen-1 jhiweeiber Colliery. Mr. W. Sensht; le prdeo^ J -.cuted, and saifll- he had been instructed byr [(the- Company view of the seriousness of theft of ooal FIORI wagons, whereby their CUB-' tomers continually reoeived short weight, to\ press the charges, and to a&k the Stipendiary,! to deal severely with this and other defendants. ? —P.S. Bearle said he found the defendant ooj] a wagon of coal. He was throwing: coal down,' and there were two women on the bank with, buckets ready to receive it. On the 14th 0 £ j January defendant had been fined 20s. for a IiIMt off enoe.-Defendant was sent to prison for seveaj? days. ■> a ■ i

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