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CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

BHYNMA WR.

BLAENRHONDDA. |

BLAENAVON.

BRITON FERRY.

BRIDGEND.

I-I ' CWMAVON.I

CHEPSTOW.

DIN AS ISHAF.

FERRYSIDE.

LIANDILO.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

ATAESTEG.

MONMOUTH.

MEKTHYR.

NEATH.

PONTYPRIDD.

ST. CLEAR'S.

TALGARTH.

TENBY.

TREALANV.

CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

NEWPORT.

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NEWPORT. MONDAY.—(Before Mr. L. A. Homfray, Mr. T. P. Wansbrough, and Mr. A. J. Stevens.)—Drunken- ness.—Ann Hinds was charged with being drunk and causing a crowd to assemble in Commercial- street on Saturday night. Fined 10s. 6d., or four- teen days.—Richard Padley was charged with being drunk and breaking a pane of vlass belonging to James Monis, Cross-street, ún Saturday night last. The damage was 6s. Ordered to pay the damage. jtlischievoits Boys.—Tom Vick was charged with ussaulting Alfred Gwytlier, appren- tice to Mr. R. Alger. Defendant is one of a gang of boys who, when they leave the railway'sheds of a morning, annoy Mr. Alger's apprentices. The Bench admonished the defendant, and ordered him to pay 2s. 6d. costs. J founding a Wife.—Thomas Flynn was charged with assaulting and wounding his wife Mary. Sergeant Williams said shortly after midnight on Sunday he apprehended the prisoner in Potter-street on the charge of wounding his wife on the 23rd of December last. Police-Constable Goodridge said he was on duty on the 23rd of December last, when prisoner came to the Piil Station and asked him to go to his house, as his wife had cut her throat or done something. Went with the prisoner and saw the wife in bed. She appeare I unconscious, and was bleeding from a wound. He told prisoner to go for a doctor, and he started off, but did not fetch the doctor. Mary Flynn said she was drunk pretty nearly all day, and she did not know how it, hap- pened, but she bled from the effects of a blow. She could not tell whether she cut hot throat. It was her fault each time she had had him up. They have been married ten years, and had had five children. Prisoner denied the charge. He said his wife was very drur.k, and fell upon an earthen vessel, by which fohc was wounded. Mr. R. Cooke said the wound was contused, not lacerated. The Bench dismissed the case. Transfer of Licences.—White Lion, Mill- street, from Thomas Meaker to George Gritnths; Britannia, North-street, from Ann Frost to John Newlan, subject to the reception of a testimonial, which had not come to hand; Union. Dock-street, from Windsor Gibbon to Morgan Richards, late of the Carpenter's Arms, Maindee. Assm.lt and ])amctue.—Morgan John, Tredegar Arms, High- street^ was charged with assaulting Mary Jane Vaughan. Mr. Oliver defended. Complainapt had been a servant in the defendant's hotel. Last Thursday she went to the house to ask for her wages. He ordered her out, and struck her twice. On the previous Tuesday she was discharged by defendant's sister in defen- dant's absence. Mr. John had charged the complainant with breaking a glass door, but she denied that she had broken it. Defendant broke it by slamming the door. In the course of the case it transpired that this girl was actually given in charge of the police and taken to the station, but the police did not detain her more than a few minutes. The Bench considered there was strong provocation on the part of the girl, and dismissed both cases, each party to pay their own costs. They wished the matter had not been brought before the court. Assaults.—Timothy Buckley was charged on remand with assaulting Charles Jacob- son, one day last week. He said he was assaulted very badly, and that defendant encouraged a sailor to beat turn. The Bench, on the first hearing, ordered a warrant to apprehend the sailor, but the sailor had gone to sea. Dismissed. Stealinya Fowl. —Henry Atkinson, a young man, was charged with stetlinga fowl on Friday night last. Dismissed, prosecutor to pay costs. WEDNESDAY.—(Before the Mayor, Mr. Wool- lett, and Mr. R. G. Cullum.)—An Undesirable Cus- tomer.—A YOUl1g man named Vl/illiam Bryan was charged with being drunk and disordeify at the London Beerhouse, Baneswell. On Tuesday the prisoner was refused drink because he showed signs of inebriation on entering the house, and by way of revenge Bryan spat in the faces of some persons in the bar, smashed a pane of glass, and damaged a table. The magistrates fin"d him 21s in default, a lunar month's imprisonment, with hard labour. Juvenile Coal Stealers. — Four sharp lads, named Rees, Parry, Madden, and Flynn, were charged with stealing Ib8 lbs. of coal, the property of the Great Western Railway Company, from a siding at Pillgwenlly. Pany and Madden having been previously cun- victed, they were sent to gaol for ten days' hard labour. The Bench sentenced the others to be de- tained in the police-station for two days and receive eight strokes each with a birch. Ass/mlis.— John Kift, a seaman (on a warrant), was charged with beating John Leary. Prisoner w*s fined 21s., and paid the rhoney, thereby escaping 28 days' hard labour at Usk.—Thomas Stock, butcher, was summoned by Daniel Crowley, Alice-street, Pillgwenlly, for an assault. Fined 40s.; in default 28 •> Assessment Appeal.—Aaron Tovey, lan llord of the Bunch of Grapes Public- house. High-street, appealed againatthe amount at which his premises were assessed, on the ground that the assessment was excessive and inequitable. Mr. F. Vaughan appeared for the appellant, and Mr. H. J. Davis represented the Assessment Committee. The Bench upheld the assessment, and dismissed the appeal Transfer.—The licence of the Alma Inn, Commercial-road, was transferred from Benjamin Griffiths to John \endail.

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