THE LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE "GLOBE."|1884-01-26|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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^UDIFF COUNTY COURT.

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LON IK>N LETTEI».

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FATAL RAFT ACCIDENT.

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THE LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE "GLOBE." THE PROPRIETOR COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At Bow-street police-court, on Monday, Capt. Armstrong, proprietor of the Globe newspaper, was further charged with publishing a libel on Mr Coll^dge, late British Vice-Consul at Kertch. Evidence for the defence was adduced* Ihojving that drafts had been drawn by MrColledgein connection with the stranding of several vessels near Kertch. A Foreign Office clerk produced a telegram from Consul-General Fawcett to Lord Granville, stating that the Russian Govern- ment pressed for Colledge's arrest on a charge of fraud, and Mr Thomas Sutton deposed to pro- ceeding to Kertch to inquire into repeated strandings of vessels near that plsce. After fur- ther evidence, defendant was committed for trial.

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT PLYMOUTH.<,'.…

THE POLICE AND THE .PUBLICAN.

PRACTICAL JOKING,

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SUPPOSED CREMATION NEAR SCARBOROUGH.

THE LOAD LINE.

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MESSRS BRIGHT AND CHAMBERLAIN.

CARDIFF SCHOOL BOARD.

IWELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

CARDIGANSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

MERTHYR COUNT^ COURT.

GLAMORGAN ENGLISH .BAPTIST…

MR HEALYJVI.P.. AND THE FRANCHISE.

MR GLADSTONETND HIS SPEECHES.…

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THE POSITION OF BlimSII MINERS.

SUNDAY CLOSING IN IRELAND.

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