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SCHOOL TEACHERS IN 'CONFERENCE.

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CARDIFF BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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| PESTARTH POLICE COURT.

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| PESTARTH POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before Colonel Guthrie and Majer Thorn ley. ASSAULT AT THE DO-K. Carlo Rota, was charged by Nicoli Machvall*. outfitter, Penarth. with an assault on the 13th ins, Mr. Ward (\-V¡.rd and Gill) appeared for the prosecution. Nicholi Machvello. 12, Dock-road, Penarth, said on the 13th inst. defendant was there with a | crowd. Carlo Rota, the defendant, with -)°rf e ? had some disagreement. and defendant, came up, threatened to blind him and then threw him in the dock. He (witness) j .-old ium if he was going to strike him he had better do it then whilst there were people about. A policeman came up and separated them, anti he witness went", to another pare of the dock. Defendant followed him and struck him. Dock-constable Josiah Saunders corroborated, tmd. defendant was fined 5s-, iticlu iin^ cost?. SUED FOR WAGES. William Greenwood, sailor, sued Elward Parry pilot, Penarth. for 17s. 6d.. balance of wao-es dne. Prosecutor had been paid 22s. I)d., but he cuimed that' he had been entraged at 25s.. and it was for the balance of the seven weeks' w--t,zi that he now sued defendant.—Defendant's wife corroborated, but. the magistrates dismissed the case. THE DKUNKARDS' LIST. Rose Julia Peters was charge on the information of Police-constable Edward Pirsous with being drunk and disorderly on the 17th inst. & Fined 5s., including costs, or i-even davs. SON'-PAYMEXT OF RATES. Isaac Davies. Penarth. was sued for £ 11 7s. 6d. for rates, Henry Saddler for a sum of £2 4t Henry Testorosi for 15s. 7d., aad John Matthews for £ 1 2s. 8d. for rates. An order for payment was made in each case. WOUNDING A KOBBLER. rreJ Rees was charged with assaulting Joha Skinner at Penarth on Saturday last. Prosecutor said he lived at 37. Lord-street. Penarth. He was a hobbler. On Saiurdsy evening, about 11.30, he went home. Prisoner, his brother-in-law was there. sat in his (prose- cutor s; chair in the kitchen. He sat down quietly, and prisoner said, There's JJhÙLlj Maoqcuro, the bum." The Magistrates' sOIerk—Have vou bean drink- ing Proseeutor—No, I haven't. The Magistrates, however, thought he had. and the case was adjourned for a week."

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