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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,

INEWPORT.I

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COLEFORD.

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COLEFORD. THE CHAME OF ATTEMPTED SHOOTING.âAt the police-court on Tuesday, before Dr. Batten, Wiiliam Ruck, labourer, of Mosley Green, was charged by Superintendent McRae with shooting himself on the 10th ult.âJane Porter, wife of Charles Porter, Mosley Green, stated that on the night named, about half-past. nine, prisoner came to her husband's house, and after staying an hour left, being in his usual health. She then heard a shot, and the prisoner immediately re- turned to the house and said to her husband, Oh, Gharlie, I am shot." He sat in a chair all night, and witness sent for Dr. Warren. A pistol and stick was found outside the door. The former, witness added, was broken and thrown into the fire by prisoner's lister.âMr W. P. Warren, surgeon at Parkend, gave evidence and described the injuries. Witness gave it as his opinion that it must have been done by the man himself or some other person, and was not tà e result of an accident. The wound was in the shoulder, and the only trace to it was through prisoner's shirt. Other evidence was given by prisoner's sister and father, when the presiding justice dis- missed the charge, giving it as his opinion that although a proper case for enquiry, it was an ac- cident, and the prisoner had not tried to Commit suicide, and he was therefore discharged.,

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BRIDGEND.

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COWBRIDGE.

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BI.AENAVON.

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RHONDDA VALLEY.