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CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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CARDIFF POLICE-COURT.

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CARDIFF POLICE-COURT. SATURDAY,âBefore Al'ernau D, JONES aad Mr. J. W. VACHBLL. DISORDERLY BOYS.âA. ùuj- ù;.med D L EL-y was fited 10s and costs for ob^ ruoti g ihe (J > Vl', ment in St. Mary street on the pre-io-ia cvn "IJ. Police constable Oxley and Polio, Ui ea faw the prisoner running ia and out ot t i.> u i q, coffee tavern oppoeite the Grtjai vVt-etara Motel. Ho was with a nrmber ot other boy*, th.M^f whom, not having come btifore the ooarc bofiro, were LOW discharged with a caution. AN ALLEGED FALSE CHAMtE -A maa named Hedges was charged umff a »arr*n!- vi >i aesaultirg his wife, who said sh t did t o with t) preeim the charge. Inspector Priie nai<1 IIM» mm was a perfect drunkard. Shi aft ou the pivvi >m duy told him tho man Je/ti nart nee, »u.i n appeared that she ha1 t t i i. ped up i h :> c k^ei because he would not gi* e hot soma of illa h ard- earned savingit to get drilit with. DESPERATION.âMary dnll lÃter, t'oaiis in a destitute condition, aa n a«t to g 1 r I, :o moitth cn a charge of t hiolt,n IJon" of glasp, worth 7a 6d, at the h.i m-ta >.( « r li- cence, Westgata otTr^t, at one </<<: t;u; morning. Case proved b j .:0 ice .^aata";? vior. MONDAY.âBefore Mr. R O. lo,,r:3 aad Dr. PAINE. SERIOUS ASSAULT ON I. 1', LICKMAS. WJIn-H Davite and i.-avio .ire,sed yi iu g uif-u, werecaaru" o; t'l t .r uer wicn »t>t>a ils- tif latter will: re ii-titiic PJIIOH C matab a Llil t. while iu the of fa" d.. ty. Tua cf Wi l;am Davies waa tak-;tt tirt ALC. A.organ df fencing. After the e*i<Tn jtha rta- toncant viae fined XS are, COclB, or in e ukt two months' impzisonmeut. D.vii DHIPIi brother cf tho last defendant, wüa dLmisaad with a caution. IXPOSING BAD MEAT IN THE VI ARRET â Albart Evans, butoher, waa ohargtd WHO ^x^oaiijg the carcase of a sheep which wt.a uueir, fur food. lnrp<;ctor James ttafed t\1,.t o i S i'Urflay he saw the meat in the market at ctfr-idanVe stall It was reedy dteeeed, but WbB not. tit. for fool. Defendant was fined 20a and cos s, tioud ,he carcase was ordered to be destroyed. TXTRAORDINARV CASE OF STABBIXG -E la.rd Ethericge, yculg man, was ch:trood -with catting aid wounding John Cosgrove in tne f »oa wita a knife. The prosecutor, a rigger, saia he lived at 41, Oakley street, Grangetown. 0.1 Saturday, between cne and two o'clock, tha prison r and another came into his house. ProaPCar.or, vvh -) did Dot know the prisoner, ordered hin out, and he pushed both of them into the a-reet. The prisoner came back and collared him in the pas. sage, threw him across atarla, and in the straggle witness felt the prisoner cut him -terose the cheek. Two wrm(- n c&me in and p u; gdr, tLo priainer a-vay. Prisoner attervards struck Lim «i tne 03e Tne cut on prosecutor's face w&t, an inoh Jaud a half lojr g ard half an Ã!-ob deep. The priaonor was remanded till Friday, tor the attendance of the doetcr. BRUTAL CONDUCT OF A HOBBLER -Thomas Lovering, hobbler, 6, Adelaide piaufi, wtta charged with apsanltirg Tfce mas Matthews, a firv osq. Complainant said the defendant had been har bouring aud keepinghis *:itj*inoe IL&fjt Lep,,em .t),?.r. He nent to the defendant'^ house to loox for his wife. The door was open and he went in. Going down the stepe to defendant's kitchen and calling upon the defendant the latter seized him jast aa he was getting to the bottom of the stepa, held aim with cna hand and fearfully beat ni n with the other, afterwards knocking him down and jumping on Lim. Mrs. Bevan proved that the compltiu- ant's face was in a dreadful state, hardly reo >g- Disable. Defendant, who waa rebuked by the magistrates for laughing, was fined £ 1 ;andco*ts, or in default oue mouth'd impritionmeut with hard about.

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