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CADOXTON POLICE COURT.

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CADOXTON POLICE COURT. J. ill L>DA"s.—Before Mr. 0. H. Jones (eliaiiman), Genera! Lee, and Mr. S. H. Romiliy. UilSTS.—The assistant overseers of the vari- ous neighbouring parishes presented the jury lists, winch were signed by the Bench. RATE CASES.—The case against James Hare, of Cardiff, for non-payment of .:t:1 S3. 4J., rates stated to be due, was adjourned.—Alfred Sandey, Helton, was summoned for £1 123. 7d. rates. He alleged that the amount ought to have been pciid by a company of which he was manig.-r.—The Bench, however, ordered hun to pay. SCHOOL TENDANCE CASES.—.Joseph Derrick, Cadoxtonp.vas summoned for not sending his son George,' ten years, regularly to school. Mr. D. Griffiths, the attendace officer, said the boy had been absent 55 out of 7o possible attendances. An alternative order of 5s. was ordered to be made.—Evan Davies, who had been fined before, was fined 5s. for not seeing that his child regularly attended school. The lad had been absent S3 of 76 times.—The summons against Charles Turner was dismissed, as a letter was produced from the master of the Barry Schools stating that they had 110 room for the lad until after the examination.—John Arnold was summoned because of the irregular attendance of his stepson, Lewis John Clarke. The boy had been absent 18 out of 76 times. An order for regular attendance was made. BIRCHELL APPEARS AS COMPLAINANT.—Wm. Birchell, boarding-house keeper, Cadoxton, summoned Absalom Ashcroft, a seannn, for breaking a window bailie 7s. 31.—Tuc amount was ordered to be paid with costs. CHAKGE AGAINST A BILL-POSTER. — William Reeves, bill-poster, Cadoxton, was charged with assaulting Maria Headley, who lives at Huntley. —-Prosecutrix stated that the defendant, who pre- viously lodged at her house, came there on the morning of the 14th inst., threw the contents of his paste-bucket upon her, and hit her on the back with the bucket. If the paste had been hot it would have scalded her. (Laughter.) He afterwards went for her husband. Witnesses were called on either side.—The Bench fined defendant 5s. A FURNITURE DEALER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.—Edward Hutchins, furniture dealer, Barry Dock, was charged with assaulting Ellen Lee, a mar- ried woman, on the 17th inst. Mr. Reed defended. -The complainant had hired six chairs from defen- dant and got nackward in the payments, the sum of 8s. becoming due. Defendant went for the chairs, and the plaintiff objecting to his taking them away, he—so it was alleged—struck her three times, knocking her to the ground.—The defencc was a complete denial of the assault, and there was a cross-summons for assault. —Both summonses were dismissed. DRUNKENNESS.—The following persons were fined for being drunk :—Kate Taylor, 5s.; Charles Harrold, 5s. 6d. George Elstan, 2s. ad.; Mary Jones, 5s. James McGuire, 5s., and Mary Bailey, 5s.

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