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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.

PENARTH.

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PENARTH. PETTY SESSIONS, Monday.—Before the Rev. H. H. Rickards, and Messrs. J. S. Corbett, and G. Phillips. The second officer of the barque Fanine, now lying in Penarth dock, summoned the captain of the same ship for non-payment of wages. The captain allowed him to join the ship again, and the summons was dismissed, with paying the costs. OBSTRUCTION.—John Bassett, of Winstin, Wenvoe, farmer's son, and William Evans, Hovil, St. Andrews' farmer's son, appeared to a summons charging them with obstructing the highway in Wenvoe village, on the 19th of February last. Miss Gertrude Jenner was the com- plainant, but she did not appear herself, and sent her ser- vant girl to prove the charge. Mr. Morgan appeared for the defendants. There was no evidence given. The two defendants were told by the Rev. H. H. Rickards not to do so again, but Miss Jenner was perfectly right in doing what she did. Mr. Morgan asked the bench if there waa any blame attached to the two defendants. The Bench said there was not. AN OLD OFFENDER. Mary Jane Thomas an old offender, was brought up on a warrant charged with beinc drunk and riotous on the 16th of October, 1871 when she absconded. Inspector Adams proved the charge, and t?ld^e^fglStrat8^at slle was UP before the Bench on the 4th February, 1871 when she was fined 5s. and costs, defendant went to gaol for seven days; also on the 27th March, 1891, when she was fined 5s. and costs, in default she was sent to gaol for 14 days she was severely repri- manded by the Bench, and to give her one chance more, she was fined 5s. and costs one more default, she was sent to gaol for 14 days.

--MERTHYR.

SWANSEA.