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PENARTE POLICE COURT.

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PENARTE POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before Major Thornley and Mr. Pyke Thompson. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Charles Whitting- ton was charged, on the information of Sergeant Sansom, with being drunk and disorderly near the Ship Hotel, Penarth, on the 20th ult.—Fined 5s.— Thos. Yerrington and Thos. Norman, were fined for being drunk and disorderly, on the 20th ult. at lPenarth.-Defendauts, who are members of the Volunteer force, said they had attended the distri- bution of the Volunteer prizes on the evening in question, and they were a little excited.—The Bench severely reprimanded prisoners for dis- gracing their uniform, and fined them 5s. each.- Henry Ellis, for being drunk in Plassy-street on the 17th ult., was fined 5s.-Police-constable Martin proved the case.—William Riley was charged with being drunk and refusing to quit licensed premises at Penarth, and a number of pevious convictions against prisoner being pat in, ,he was fined L- I and costs or 14 days' imprison- ment. A CARDIFF PRINTER IN TROUBLE.-Thomas Jones, a shabby genteel individual, was charged with begging on Saturday last on the Windsor Road, Penarth. — Police- constable William Evans proved the case, and said that when he searched prisoner at the police station he found 3s. in coppers in his pocket. Prisoner told him he came there to buy food. He had cautioned prisoner before.—Prisoner said he was out of work, and had a wife and family dependent upon him.—Previous convictions having been proved against prisoner, he was sent to gaol ■for 14 days. ASSAULT.—Mary Driscoll was charged on remand with assaulting Mary Smith on the 10th ult.- 'Prosecator repeated her evidence, which has .already appeared: in the Star, adding that prisoner threwa bucket o £ "suds"over her.—Mr. H.oldstock, butcher, said defendant tcame. to his shop on the 10th, while the furoancutar. was there. Shy hit Mrs. Smith thrcet'lll1CS, and knocked her down came again fmd sa,id, Pay me that shilling you « owe me." Proseeu' or sHtl, '■ What shilling 1" and defendant said, I ]1 let ^ou know." Mrs. Smith took up a half bucket of water for defence, and it was spilled all over her.—Police-constable Thomas H. Evans said he saw Mrs. Smith on the 10th. Her ear was bleeding, she was very wet, crying, .and fainting. The prisoner had given the police a lot of trouble.-Prisoner vehemently protested her 'innocence, and the Bench fined defendant 10s. -and the costs, or 14 day's imprisonment.

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