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CARDIFF. MONDAY7.—(Before Mr. R. O. Jones.)—Assaults —Frederick Mablin was mulcted in a. fine of 20s. and the costs, with the alternative of fourteen days' imprisonment, for being disorderly and assaulting Police-constable Baker, whom he kicked several times, in Bute-street on the 4th inst.— Timothy Regan was charged with assaulting Police-sergeant Pinning and Police-constable Richards in Bute-terrace on the 5th inst. Police- sergeant Pinning said that he saw the prisoner pulling a woman by the hair. He released the woman from prisoner's grasp, and prisoner then kicked him violently and ran away. He blew his whistle, and, in company with Police- constable Richards, pursued and overtook the prisoner. Police-constable Richards added that prisoner bit him on the hand. Prisoner was com- mitted to gaol for two months with hard labour.— Catherine Maloney, alias Donoghue, was com- mitted to gaol for a month with hard labour for assaulting William Osborne by striking him on the head with a stone. The blow inflicted a large wound on prisoner's forehead, which was stitched by the surgeon at the Infirmary. An Awkward Mistake.—Edward Burridge and William Jameson were charged with assaulting Ole Olsen, and damaging his clothes to the value of £1. It appeared that on Sunday morning, while com- plainant was walking along the East Dock, the prisoners attacked him, knocked him down,, and tore his clothes. Burridge said that some time previously a foreigner struck him a blow on the face. He mistook the complainant for;this person. Prisoners were committed to gaol for a month with hard labour. TUESDAY. — (Before Mr. G. Bird.) Alleged Felony by Boys.—F. G. Jones and Richard Spragg, lads, were charged with stealing two shirts and a handkerchief, the property of a seaman named William Hooper. It. was alleged by the prosecution that on Monday evening the complainant left a bundle containing the articles named at a shop kept by Mrs. Saul, widow, 6, Stuart-street. Sub- sequently Spragg entered the shop and offered something for sale which Mrs. Saul did not buy. After they had gone the complainant called for the bundle which was then missed. Mrs. Saul, accompanied by the owner, went out and accosted Spmgg, who was in the street with a pony and cart. Jones, who was with him, ran away, and the bundle was found in the cart. Police-constable Parnell apprehended the lads, who were remanded till to-day, as there was only one magistrate on the bench. Alleged Wounding.—Matilda Brown, charged with wound- ing a man named Williams, was remanded, ns the complainant, who had received several wound*, was unable to appear. Prisoner had been appre- hended by Police-constable Parnell. Charge of Assaulting the Police.—John Kelly, charged with being disorderly and assaulting Police-constable Heyward, was remanded for the attendance of a second magistrate. WEDNESDAY —(Before Mr. R. O. Jones and Dr. Paine.)—Desertion from the Army.—Arthur Keily, charged, on his own confession, with being a deserter from the 20th Regiment, was again re- manded, as no communication,respecting the case had been received from the War Office. Indecent Conduct.—Joshua Bowring, charged by Police- constable Holman with being drunk and acting in- decently in Bute-street, was ordered to pay 20s. and costs, or in default fourteen days' imprison- ment with hard labour. Alleged Robbery at CatJuiys. —F. G. Coles, fourteen, was charged with stealing 2s. from a little boy named Bertie Howell, Salis- bury-road, Cathays. Thomas Driver, nineteen, was charged with receiving Is. from Coles knowing it to have been stolen; and both prisoners were charged with being convicted thieves, and with being in Salisbury-road for an unlawful purpose. Prisoners were remanded till Friday. Felony by Lads.—F. G. Jones and Richard Spragg, boys, were charged, on remand, with stealing two shirts be- longing to a seaman, named William Hooper, on the 6th inst. Each of them had been in trouble before. Jones was now sent to gaol for three months with hard labour, and Spragg for fourteen days with hard labour and to the Neath Reformatory for four years. Assault on a Wife.-—Benjamin March was charged with assaulting his wife Elizabetlk Prisoner, who was apprehended by Inspector Lewis, was sent to gaol for cne month with hard labour. Savage Assault on the. Police.—John Kelly was charged on remand with assaulting Police-constable Heyward on Monday. The officer stated that the prisoner was quarrelling with his sisters, and he interfered. He had to take the prisoner into custody, as he persisted in being disorderly. On thp-road to the station the prisoner kicked lum.most savagely, and the handcuffs were put on him. Police-constable Adams corroborated this evidence. The prisoner alleged that he was pinched and beaten by the officers 1Il the street, and afterwards in the police- station. Police-sergeant Pike was called, and he stated that the prisoner was not ill-treated in the station. Prisoner's sister said she gave him in charge, but did not intend for the policeman to take him up. She also asserted that her brother was not. nasty until the police were rouoh towards him. Prisoner was sent to gaol for one month with hard labour.

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