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FOREIGN ~INTELLIGENC ii. ---------.-

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE., ---

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUEBDAY.

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CARDIFF.

HAVERFORDWEST.

MERTHYR.

IBRITON FERRY.

ABERDARE.

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ABERDARE. POLICE COURT.—At the police court yesterday, two coihers from Mountain Ash, named Morgan and Evans, were brought up on a charge of assaulting P.C. Castle in the execution of his duty. It appeared that there was a row in a public house, to which Castle was called for the purpose of restoring order. When he got there he requested Evans to go out, but the latter refused, and said, in answer, "that the colliers had their knife into him, and he would know it." He took no notice of the threat, but repeated his request, which was not noticed. Ha then took Evans into custody, and was then immediately assaulted by the former prisoner and others, who got him down and beat him savagely. He got out his staff, however, and beat them off,"and with the aid of P.S. Thomas took Morgan into custody. Evans had escaped with the other man, but he was after- wai ds arrested at his house. They were both remanded, to see whether the other offender can be taken. FURIOUS DRIVING.—Thos. Prosser, a grocer's assistant, was fined 20s. and costs, for furious driving in Commercial- street. HEAVY FINE.-The landlady of the Ivy Bush, Cwm- aman (Mrs. Jones), was fined 60s. and costs for an infringe- ment of her license, this being the third offence in two years. The bench intimated that the license of this house would not be renewed either in favour of defendant or anybody else. and it would be a caution to house-owners to keep none but respectable tenants.

CARMARTHENSHIRE SPRING ASSTZES.

POCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT…

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