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BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD.

THE CADOXTON AND BARRY GRAMMAR…

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BARRY W.D.) SCHOOL BOARD.I

QUOITS.

PENARTH POLICE COURT.

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PENARTH POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before Mr. Clore (in the chair) and Air. T. R. Thompson. DRUNIC AND DISORDERLY.—James Webber was charged with being drunk in Barry-street, Cogan. on the 17th. Police-constable T. Evans proved the case, and said he had a considerable amount of trouble with him.—Fined 5s. and costs.—James Kingston, coal trimmer, of Penarth, for a similar offence at Penarth on the 24th inst., was fined 10s. and costs. ASSAULT. — Benjamin Sully, boarding-house keeper, of Travis-street, Barry Dock, was charged with assaulting his wife, Margaret Sully, on the 8th inst.—Prosecutrix nsked that she might be allowed to withdraw the case. On the 8th last. Sully went home with her and struck her, and told her to get out of his way. He had had some drink, and she thought it advisable to get out of his way. For the sake of her seven children she had returned to him, and she now applied for the summons to be withdrawn. The magistrates cautioned defendant not to come before them again, as he had had 10 previous convictions recorded against him, and he would be severely dealt with. UNLAWFULLY Usixc WATER.—William Bald- win, labourer, Cadoxton, and Samuel Triggs, builder, employer of Baldwin, was charged by the Barry and Cadoxton Gas and Water Company with the above offence on tfce 16th August.—Mr. Handcoek appeared to prosecute on behalf of the Company.—Henry Roberts, inspectorjof the Barry and Cadoxton Water- Company, said on the 16th August he visited Commercial-road, where Triggs was building some houses. He was using the Company's water, which he got from a house a little distance away. He had carried a pipe across the road. and turned the water into a tub at the place where he was building. He went there at three in the afternoon, and saw both defendants. He spoke to them, and Trigg said it was Baldwin's fault, and said to Baldwin, I told you how it would be."—A warrant was issued. Mr. T. R. Thompson did not sit during the hearing of the case. STEALING APPLES.—Mary Ann Stoker, a char- woman, Cardiff, was charged by Mr. James Oliver, of Penarth, with stealing a quantity of apples belonging to him on the 24th of August.—Police- constable William Evans said that on the morning of the 24th inst. at 1.30 he heard a noise in Mr. Oliver's garden. He went in and found defendant lying down in the summer-house. He made her go out, and on returning to the garden found the apples produced. At eight o'clock the next morn- ing he arrested her in Ludlow-street.—The son of the prosecutor, John C. Oliver, said the value of the apples stolen was 5s.—Seven previous convictions were proved against defendant, who was fined £1 and costs or 14 days' imprisonment. BEGGING.—Daniel Harding. tramp, of Canton, was charged with soliciting alms on Sunday 28th. —Police-constable William Smith proved the case, and said on searching him at the police-station he found 4s. 1 CUd. in coppers, and 6d. and 3d. in silver, and a bundle of food. Defendant said he only came down to li raise the rent, as he had a wife and child at Canton. If he would let him go he would never :come down again.—Defendant said he had been very ill and couldn't work, and if the magistrates would let him off he would break up his home and go into the Union.—The magistrates decided to take a lenient view of the case. and fined him 2s. 6d., which Mr. Ephraim Harris kindly paid. -c.

SEBIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A BARRY.…

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SERIOUS ASSAULT CASE AT CADOXTON.

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS AT BARRY…

IDiNAS POWIS FLOWER SHOW.

WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT,

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BURIAL OF PAUPERS AT PONTYPRIDD.