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HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MONDAY.

VOCHRIW.

- ABERDARE.

YSTRADGYNLAIS.

LLWYNCELYN.

NEATH.

LAMPETER.

CARDIFF.

TREHERBERT.

LLANDILO.

ABERYSTWITH.

HAVERFORDWEST.

NARBERTH.

NEWPORT.

LLANDAFF.

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LLANDAFF. THE TEN PER CENT. ADVANCE.—Messrs. Davis and Williams, of the College Iron Works, Llaudaff, have conceded to their workmen tea per cent. advance upon their present rate of wages, which will be paid them on the 16th instant. POLICE COURT.—Before Messrs. F. Vachell and T. W. Booker. Evan John, labourer, was charged with being drunk and riotous on the Cowbridge road, Canton, on the 24th February last. Inspector Thornton proved the charge. The defendant was fined 14s., or seven days' im- prisonment.—Richard Thomas was charged by Sergeant Lyons with being drunk and riotous in Mary Ann-street, Canton, and was fined 5s. ASSAULTING THE POLICE.—James Yorath, landlord of the Royal Standard, Mary Ann-street, Canton, was charged with assaulting the police. Sergeant Loyns stated that on the night of the 24th of February his attention was called to the house of defendant by P. C. Gill, defen- dant refusing admittance to and assaulting the police by pushing him about. P.C.'s Gill and Johns corroborated the statement. The defendant called several witnesses, who stated that nothing of the kind alleged by the police happened. The case was dismissed. AFFILIATION.—George Michael Briscoe, 18, engineer, was summoned by Martha Sterges, domestic servant in the employ of Mr. Hammond, 218, Bute-street, Cardiff, to show cause why he should not pay to the support of her illegitimate child, of which he was the putative father, Mr. Blelloch appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Yorath for the defence. The complainant's statement was to the effect that she had been in the employ of Mr. Briscoe, Crockherbtown, for four years, and that an inti- macy took place between her and the defendant, which resulted in the birth of a child The defence was a stout and emphatic denial of the complainant's assertion. The Bench very carefully investigated the case, and ultimately dismissed the summons.

PENARTH.

--MERTHYR.

SWANSEA.