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GLAMORGAN ASSIZES

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GLAMORGAN ASSIZES FCONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.1 WEDNESDAY. CRIMINAL COURT. BASE COINERS AT CARDIFF. — Thos. Harris (35), wood carver, and Jno. McGuire (42), general dealer, were brought up to receive sentence upon a charge of unlawfully and knowingly uttering one piece of counterfeit coin resembling certain of the Queen's current silver coin, called a florin, each of them then having in his position 66 other pieces of counterfeit florins with intent to utter the same. Theevidenceof Inspector Scott (Cardiff) shewed the prisoners had very bad records, Harris having served seven out of a 10 years term of imprisonment. Mr. Ivor Bowen, who j appeared forMcGluire, and Mr. Glascodine who appeared for Harris, having addressed the jury, prisoners were each sentenced to five years' penal servitude. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AT PONTYPRIDD.— Mary Treharne (39), came up for sentence on a charge of attempting to commit suicide by throwing herself into the Glamorgan canal, at Pontypridd. Prisoner, who had pleaded guilty, threw herself with her baby into the water, and then called out, "Save my baby." Sentenced to two months imprisonment. OTHER SENTENCES.—Jno. H. Symond (30), labourer, pleaded guilty to feloniously wound- ing Lily Symonds, his wife, by cutting her on the face with a razor, with intent to do her grievous bodily harm. Sentenced to 18 months hard labour.— Jno. Dewesbury, a superior looking man, who pleaded guilty on Monday to stealing a set of harness and a trap at Swansea, was brought up to receive sentence. Detective Lewis, Swansea, proved a number of convictions against the prisoner, and he was sentenced to nine months hard labour.

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