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CARDIFF. STREET TRAMWAYS.—It is expected that the con- struction of the street tramways from the Docks to the town will commence early in April. The work, which is likely to occupy two months, will be finished in ample time for the Agricultural Show. SION METHODIST CHAPEL.—On Wednesday night a tea meeting was held at the above place of worship, after which a competitive meeting took place. The Rev. Edgar Williams, M.A., B.D., presided. There were also present Revs. J. Price, LlandafI; Hugh Harries, Penarth and the students of the Llandaff Academy. The meeting was throughout most interesting. Several choirs of the town competed for prizes amounting to JE3. HANNAH-STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. The fourth tea anniversary of this church was held last even- ing, when a large number of members and friends partook of the cheering cup, and enjoyed the social meeting After tea, a meeting, equally pleasant, though of a more formal character, was held. Addresses were delivered, chiefly relating to the education of children. By arrangement these addresses followed each other in a sequential order, that dealing with the care and governance of the child at home being followed by another treat- ing of his school career and so on up the "ladder of life," until its end was reached. Appro- priate to the occasion, instructive in-' matter, and pregnant with lessons of the greatest value to those to whom they were addressed, these addresses formed an important and useful characteristic of the anniversary. Musical performances agreeably enlivened the proceed- ings. PERMITTING DRUNKENNESS. -At the police court, on Wednesday, before Messrs. R. 0. Jones and W. D. Bushell, David Williams, landlord of the London Tavern public-house, Crockherbtown, was charged with permitting drunkenness in his house, on the 24th ult. The constable who was on duty in Crockherbtown, on the night in question, was called into the tavern to stop a row which was going on there. He did so, and separated the parties engaged in fighting. He then left, after seeing things quiet. At five minutes to twelve he was again called in by defendant to stop the same parties, who were fighting 11 again. He went in company with Sergeant Lewis, and cleared the house. The landlord was present on both occasions. Mr. Stephens, who defended, called two wit- nesses. George Phillips said, at half-past eleven he was at the London tavern. He saw two men there having words about the singing of a song, but did not think they were drunk. James Davis said he saw two men wanting" to fiyht but saw no blows struck. Mr. Williams did his utmost to prevent a row. The defendant was fined 5s. and costs. DISORDERLY CHARACTERS.—David Timothy, a well- known character, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Bute-street, and was committed to two months' hard labour.—Mary Ann Evans, a disreputable woman, was charged with being drunk and riotous in Bute-street last night, and was sent to prison for a month's hard labour.

RHYDFELTN

LLANARTH.

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