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CARDIFF.

n NEWPORT.

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BRIDGEND.

CAERPHILLY.

CARMARTHEN.

CHEPSTOW.

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HAVERFORDWEST.

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LLANSADWLIN.

MAESTEG.

MEUTHYR.

MERTHYTVALE.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

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PENARTH.

TREDEGAR.

CARDIFF.

INEWPORT.

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"OWRW BACH" AT MOUNTAIN ASH.

MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS.

MONMOUTHSHIRE.!

BRECONSHIRE.

PUMBROKESHIRE.

EXTENSIVE SHOP-LIFTING AT…

ANOTHER FIRE AT NEWPORT.

THE SANITATION OF MERTHYR.

MERTHYR CHAMBER OF TRADE.

IMMORALITY AT CARDIFF,

CLUB LIFE AT CARDIFF.

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CLUB LIFE AT CARDIFF. MEMBERS AND THEIR WAYS. At Cardiff Police Court on Monday Patrick Flynn (21), Michael Flynn (29), and Andrew Daley (23) were charged with burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John Francis and stealing therefrom an eigliteen-gallon cask containing beer, a wooden tap, 12s. or 14s. in silver and coppers, and four jars containing spirits, on the 18th inst.—The prosecutor, a young man, who Jives at 2, Frances-street, said he kept a club called the Victoria." On coming downstairs the previous morning he found the place had been entered. The till was upside down on the floor. When the drawer was locked, about a quarter to four on the Sunday morning, there weie from 12s. to 15s. in it. Two tiles had been taken from the roof of the bakehouse, and the door forced. He missed about L3 worth of spirits. It was their custom to take it in turns to get up eariy on the Sunday. It was witness's turn on this occasion, and he went down about seven o'clock. The house was rented by witness. The prisoners were members of the club.—Herman May, the treasurer of the club, said he had dosed the pre- mises at 3.30 ou the Sunday morning. Patrick Flynn and Daloy left the house at the time named. Other men left at the same hour.—A brother of the prisoners Flynn said a cask of beer was taken to their house by three iueii-Daley, a man named Roach, and Morrisey. The beer was drunk.—The prisoners were remanded until Friday. At the same court James Yocknev (26) was charged on a warrant with assaulting and beating his wife. — The woman, who appeared with a young baby in her arms, said her husband had been all right until he joined the clubs. He was a member of three, one in Milton-street and two in Shakspeare-street. He was getting good money —from £2 to 43 a week—but he spent it all in these places.-Defendant expressed his sorrow at having beaten his wife, but he was sent to prison I for a month with hard labour.

ISUNDAY DRINKING AT CARDIFF.

PONTYPRIDD BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CHEPSTOW FARMERS' ASSOCIATION

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