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CARDIFF POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

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MERTIIYR AND NEIGIIBOURIIOOD.

COPPER ORES SOLD AT SWANSEA,

MONMOUTHSHIRE. "

BRECON INFIRMARY.—July 30,…

To the Editor of the Cardiff…

Family Notices

T H E CARDIFF AND CffAItM…

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V nin° ^es'gn in Somerset House, find into the genernl lerk°einen' ant^ present state of that school. Sir G. } \v-luchC°U^ llot aotee ,0 <'ls motion of the lion. member, T^.as llot grounded, as he had stated, upon facts of a ls 0Wn knowledge, bat upon the representation sc!v)0iC?nip;lr:ilivi'ly small number of the students. The biii JU niacle l"08t satisfactory progress, and its exhi- 11 "just « •Veai w:>s so velJ cretlita^lu tllat il woulcl 1)0 AitVi- Uur|'pe to the proposition before the house. t;ia fc"JI'e' discussion, by which it was pretty evident v> :is JJ"o of a great majority of the members present (i;st,u^'iast the motion, tiie mover withdrew it. The ];j;,3;s!n°f the estimates occupied the attention of the On rpU''11" *'ie remainder of the evening. t]le G nesday, in the House of Lords, the di scussion on and 'e,<* estern Ireland Railway Bill was resumed, sufferV? a"eml,t was made to induce their lordships to of p>l '"J bill to proceed notwithstanding the malepractices divis'i connected with the undertaking j bnt, 011 a *■ (lus to"' ,e'r lordships evinced their sense of what was niutig0 as weiI as Pl iva(e decorum by defeating the Ojiise'1 V au ovenvheluiiiig majority, and the bill is Anu>i?lUeni^' lost ior t,le present session. The Poor Law passed IU?V.t (Scotland) l;il1 was n::ui a third time and f'isnoa i !'e ^ouse of Commons met at 12 o'clock, and a]so of n great many bills. In the evening sitting, ever' c'ea' of business was disposed of, which Iiow- no notice in the shape of a summary. rpp0,.f eveninS papers of Wednesday furnish us with a o'clock ° the Iroceedings of Parliament up to seven Hous ^r" l?ie'fleu called the attention of the I'-ad r6 °f Commons to the treatment which he and others li' ni {eCeiVed under the Property Tax Act. He said the 'hat t°i W'lie!l 'lL> belonged had been too highly assessed .t'i200 e as*e3sment had been reduced from £ 24,000 to 'Kent 0, but whieh sum was far from being a just assess- Act t lIe movcII for the return of the Property Tax (ii-x'r "S^tlier with all correspondence on the subject. A 0iUer'& l0U eusue(-l, in which the Chancellor of the Exche- ted tiCOn'eU(hd that the gentlemen to whom was entrus- q (1,"y of carrying out the provisions of the act in f I'lij1, l°" proceeded upon just anil equitable principles. «ividnatR!y Fielden replied, and said he would not rt,[ e "le House if the Government would consent to the qUe ,r>s ''e had moved for. The Chancellor of the Exche- a}< r (i°nsented to do so, and the subject dropped. The ,.J' .l1t101l of the House W;lS then dircct!d to the aeci,leuts lle« had recently taken place on railways.