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CARDIFF TOWN HALL.—THURSDAY, JAN. 29. Present—R. Reece, F.S.A., mayor, and the Rev. W. Rid POWDER PERIL. Mr. Stockdale stated that yesterday, when he was aea Custom House, he saw a boat laden with gunpowder, aD men weie smoking in the same boat. It lay within twenty of Mr. Leslie's foundry, which was in full work at the tilD sparks were blowing from the stack, for fifty yards around told the men of their danger, and the manner in which p* should be covered, but they seemed to be quite indifferent the matter, saying they usually carried powder in that maul DESERTING A SHIP. James Spencer, Robert Spencer, and James Lambert charged with having deserted the barque Vulcan. of Dun David Patrick, the mate, proved that, the defendants ligo ship's articles on the let of January in London, to pro Cardiff, thence to Valparaiso, to the west coast of South. rica, and back-the time not to exceed two years. On 'f last, they all refused to do duty, and left the ship, to whick did not return till half-past ten next morning. They sopO ashore again without leave, and returned in the afternoon, they again went on shore. They had taken their hsmmod shore before. They were therefore taken into custody, .0 were committed for thiriy days' hard labour, at the H Correction. ASSAULT. 0 David Browne, ship broker's clerk, charged Richard £ jun., with Msanh.—Browne said On the 17th inst., I wa boat outside the Bute pier head, when I found some one me from behind. I turned round, and saw Corey with S' brella io his hand. He said nothing, but struck me thre* a hard blows. He then came into the boat.—Defendant s^ coniplainant had given him a great deal of provocation, by he would fight him and all his family.—John Daviei s»i^ T assault; had arisen out of a quarrel betwixt himself and 13 I in which Corey took his part, and then Browne gave Corey provocation. This was previous to the blow.-Fined 5s. a costs, 5a., which was immediately paid.

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