PENARTH,|1882-07-22|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE HARVEST IN SOUTH WALES.

COWBRIDGE FARMERS' CLUB.

MURDEROUS-A SSAULT AT SWANSEA.

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CARDIFF.'

WHITCHURCH.

ST. FAGAN'S.

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PENARTH,

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PENARTH, A LENIENT WIFE.—At the Penarth poiice- court on Monday — before Messrs R. F. L. Jenner, J. S. Corbett, and Co!. Lee—John Rosser was charged with assaulting his wife, Mary Rosscr, on Saturday night, ne"?tr the police-station at Penarth. When the wife was put into the wit- ness box she declared the defendant hadn't touched her on Saturday night. He hadn't as- saulted her, but had only threatened to do so. She fell down on the flags, that was the secret of it. A little later she admitted that defendant pushed her before she fell. The police called evi- dence to prove the assault, and defendant was bound over in J650 to keep the peace for six months, and fined 5s for being drunk. A DIRTY HOUSE. — William Reynolds was charged with having his house at Leckwith in a state unfit for habitation. The house was occupied by defendant's mother, an old woman of 73. Dr. Granger gave evidence condemning it, and de- fendant was ordered to quit it in a, month, or pay a penalty of 108 a day after that period. STEALING APPLES.—Wm. Sadler and Edwin Ellis, two small boys, were charged with stealing apples, value Is, from trees in the garden of the Penarth Hotel. One of the defendants stated in excuse that he "only took 25 Mr Jenner: Don't you think that is enough ? (Laughter.) The offence was proved, and the boys were fined 5s. { THEFT OF A COAT.—THE HERRING AND THE TROUT.—Sarah Herring was charged with stealing a coat value £2 10s, the property of William Trout. The parties lived together in a house at Cogan, and the prosecutor kept his clothes in a drawer. From the bottom of this the prisoner ab- stracted the coat and pawned it. She was sent to gaol for a month. ALLEGED LARCENY.—David Evans, a boy, liv- ing at Cogan, was charged with stealing a tele- scope and a pair of earrings, value lls, the pro- perty of Henry Cook, Cogan. The case was re- manded for further evidence.

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COLEFORD.

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COWBRIDGE.

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BI.AENAVON.

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RHONDDA VALLEY.