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THE FALSELY-STYLED REIGN OF TERROR AT CARDIFF. At Cardiff police-court to-day-before Mr R. O. Jones and Alderman Jones-Ellen York, a young woman 27 years of age, who had been five times previously convicted for being a woman of bad character, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. P.C. Phillips said that the defendant was very abusive, rolling against persons who were passing in the street, and abusing them. He cautioned her asked her to leave, but she refused, and after some time he took her into custody. She was fined 5s and costs. Alice Edmonds (20), Amelia Stephens (19), May Thompson (19), and Margaret Evans (20), rather fashionably dressed girls, were charged with being prosti- tutes, and wilfully causing an obstruction in St. Mary-street on Wednesday night. P.C. Phillips said that he was on duty in St. Mary-street about 20 minutes to nine o'clock. He saw the four defendants stopping respectable men and causing them to turn off the foot-pavements. He had spoken to them on a previous occasion when he saw them stopping gentlemen, and cautioned them. They then separated, but met again a little below Caroline- street. In reply to Mr Jones the constable said that they acted in concert. On seeing r gentlemen approach they would sprawl themselves across the foot-pavement and stopping there, caused them to tun1 off into the roadway. He saw then stop eight gentlemen passing down the street It was only after cautioning them that he apprehended them. â Mr Jones asked the constable if he saw the defendants stop Fight separate men, and the constable said x es." The defendant Edmonds asked the constable if he saw her stop an, man, and the constable replied, Yes, r^veral.' She made a statement that when sh was spoken to by the constable they all separp-ed. The constable said that that was on the f; -st occasion. Thompson one of the defendants tid, You never cautioned us before." She, however, said that she was very sorrv for what sr: had done. Evans was similarly contrite.âThe-J-ead Constable said that Edmonds was a very Hrl character, and had given them a good de1 of trouble. She bad been seven- teen ti-es convicted. She had also been sent Nine, her railway fare being paid, but t was no use, she returned back and commenced her old life. She was constantly crusing them a good deal of trouble in St. Mary- reet. Stephens had been twice before them. Oiieeconvicted and once cautioned. The others had not been previously charged. Edmonds was fined 20s and costs Stephens 10s and costs. The others were discharged with a caution.â Laura Griffiths (20) and Fanny Heatherington, two women of bad character, were ulso charged with being disorderly prostitutes and causing an obstruction by fighting in St Mary-street on the 31st ult. P.C. Mansfield saw the defendants fighting in the street. A large, crowd of people had assembled, and the street was oh structed. Mr Price appeared for Heatherington, and witnesses were called to prove that the fight was commenced by Griffiths, who came up to Heatherington, and, without any provocation, struck her a violent blow in the face. She then r rued the.b! 'v-, ;;id a ifght coarnienc--d. 1 hchs was iinaU c j* costs ftod Heatb^riogton-- j Ss and cent*.

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