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CARDIFF. REFUSING TO PROCEED TO SEA.âAt the police court yesterday (before Mr. C. W. David, Mayor, Mr. W. D. Bushell, and Mr. G. Phillips), Richard Watts was charged with refusing, to go on board his ship after signing articles for two years. Another man named George Ponsford was also charged with the same offence. The magistrates thought it was a very serious thing for the men not to fulfil their contract, as it delayed the ships sometimes several days. They would therefore sentence Watts to six weeks' imprisonment with hard labour, and Ponsford to eight weeks' imprisonment. A' DRUNKEN PROSTITUTE.âSelina Fields was charged on remand, with being drunk and riotous in Bute-street, on Tuesday. The Bench sent her to gaol for three months. A CLAIM FOR WAGES. Richard Bacon summoned Thomas Greenwood for £ 4 '19s, wages due to him. The complainant said he had been aboard his ship for 13 weeks, and he was to have £ 2 5s. per month. The Captain had paid him part hut not the whole, and had given him sundry articles besides. The captain said said that com- plainant was not a good seaman, and he reduced his wages to 30s. per month. The bench made an order fiat the captain should pay 21 lis.

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