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LLANDAFF. ALLEGED THEFT OF A BRIDLE AND HALTER.â At the Llandaff spetty-oosaions on Mondayâ before Mr Jonas Watson and Colonel Page- Wm. Baker was charged with stealing a bridle and halter, the property of Mr J. B. Watkins, publican. The complainant said defendant was allowed to sleep in his house, in the same room as the theft was committed, on two occasions, and he afterwards missed the articles. Geo. Morris said he lived at Ely-road, Llandaff, and defendant sold him on the 15th June the articles, for which he gave Is and a blue of beer. Prisoner was sent to gaol for a month. ASSAULT ON A WIPE.âA man named Reuben Phillips, was charged with assaulting his wife. Frances Anne Phillips said defendant was her husband, and on Sunday last he went out in the morning and came back drunk. She and her children were drinking some tea when he came In and he took the tea she was drinking. She asked him for it back.and he said be would throw it over her. He took the children's tea. He wanted potatoes, but she said he was not to have what the children worked for, and he then called her a foul name. He flung a teacup and afterwards a shovel at her, but it struck the wall. She went into the malthouse and afterwards to the closet. He threw a I brick at her, and part of it struck her and cut her head, which had to be sewed up by a doctor. Defendant had not ill-used her before since he was punished about three years ago. He brought very little money heme. Cro s-examined by defendant; I did not throw the bag of potatoes at your head when YOll asked for potatoes. I did not kick my foot ngainst a stone. and fall'down. Complainant asked for a separation order. Dr. E vans said the woman had a wound three-quarters of an inoh long behind the ear. It was not a dangerous wound, but it was in a dangeroas plac, Previous convictions against prisoner were proved, and lie was sentenced to six months' imprison- ment. When he i3 liberated ho will have to pay 5s a week towards the support of his wife. THE PRESERVATION OF TREE3 IN THE STREETS. âColonel Page called attention to a mischievous act committed in Clive-road. Some persons on Friday n'ght had cut so badly one of the young trees which he, in conjunction with some of his neighbours, had planted for the public benefit, that the force of the wind had blown it down. Notices of a reward of 5s to persons who would tell of previous offenders had also been pulled down. Trees of this kind ought to be protected by everyone, as they benefitted one as jnuch as another. A reward of £2 would now be given for information of the offender, and he hoped the atrocious offence would not be repeated.

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