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Newport River Frontage. .-

PEMBROKE DOCK GARRISON.

SCHOOLS BROKEN INTO.

JTaff Vale Co. and Brake Vans.

PONTYPRIDD'S UNREALISED HOPE.

JComa and Death.

-----------DARIN8 PONTYPRIDD…

I.HEALTH POWEH AND GOOD DIGESTION.

SUCCESSFUL OPENING DAY.

FASHION AT THE SHOW.

THE EXHIBITS.

Grocers' Exhibition.

GARDIFF INFIRMARY.

FAULTY CONSTRUCTION.

A MARITAL MISFIT.

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A MARITAL MISFIT. Lively Doings at Cathays. A young married couple appeared in the Car- diff Police Court on Wednesday when Sophia Latham sued her husband, William Latham, haulier, for assault. She said her husband struck her in the face with his fist, knocking her into the firegrate. This was on the 21st of August, about 5.30 in the evening. The same night he brought a trolley to the house and took away his things. Dr. Paterson (Crwys- road) said he examined complainant and found her suffering from a bruised mouth. In cross- examination by Mr Morgan Rees, complainant denied flinging her husband's wages at him. Neither was she in the act of striking him with the poker when she received the blow from her husband. The defendant said that his wife cut up the furniture while it was being removed. He did not leaye her penniless, which she alleged, for she had a shop and money in the bank. The Bench said they were not satisfied there had been assault, and defendant had better keep away from her if she cut up things like that! They dismissed the case.

SHOT DEAD BY BURGLAR.

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The T onypandy "Split."

A MUNICIPAL RAILWAY.

---------._-A DEAD TEACHER…