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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. -----

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

TREDEGAR PARK COURSING CLUB.

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I CARDIFF.

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CARDIFF. AT THE LEVEE, on Wednesday, Lieutenant A. C. Bruce, R.E., was presented to the Duke of Edinbugh, on behalf of the Queen, by his uncle, the Right Hon. H. A. Bruce, M. P. Lieut.-Colonel Sir John Cowell Stepney, M. P., R.M., was also presented by the First Lord of the Treasury. B VND OF HOPE FESTIVAL.—.The annud festival of the Band of Hope, in connection with Hope Chapel, C mlon. Wis held on Thursday night. Mr. Emery presided, and there was a large attendance of the members and friends Trie chairman opened the proceedings wi h "n address, after wh.ie\}.a prOTatnl11e of Illllical performances, readings, and recital ions was rendered in an admirable manner. The contributors to the evening's pleasure. besides the choir, were the Misses A Yard, J. Tieseder. M Miller, and E. Williams; Master J. Jones, and Mossrf. Emery, Sed lon, Tieseder, D. P. ice, E Evans, A. Jones, D. John, E Phillips, Ford, L. Lbrk." G Coole, Fifoot, Emety, W. Gronow, L Rein. A Marsh, and A. bmi h. THE CIRCUS.—This evening (Friday) the performances are for the benefit of the twin-sisters Vaidis, whose marvellous exploits upon a lofty wire have been one of the chief attractions at this excellent place of en- tertainment during the past few weeks. On Saturday a feature of a novel character and of special interest will be introduced in the form of a jumping contest, in which six Cardiffians will compete. Monday night, when new performers will make a lirst appearance, is the benefit night of that old favourite of the circus patrons, Mr. D. Hutchinson. His spirited efforts, in conjunction with his partner, to provide amusement for the Cardiff people, his personal popularity, and the undoubted attractions of an entirely re-modelled programme, will, we feel assured draw an immence audience. NILT. WOODIN IN CARDIFF.—On Monday and Tuesday next this popular favourite will give his attractive enter- tainment, at the Stuart Hall. As it is probably the last visit he will pay to the town, before his retirement from public life, we may confidently anticipate that large audiences, will attest to the undiminished interest felt in the amusing entertainment with which his name has been so long and successfully associated. DISORDERLIES.-At the police court, on Thursday, be- ,ore Mr. G Phillips, J. Galavan and T. Donovan' were charged with being drunk and causing an obstruction. P.C. 49 said he was on duty in Herbert-street at twelve o clock,, and saw the defendants fighting and causing a great disturbance. He had previously cautioned them. Galavan was fined 3s. and costs, or seven days, and Dono- van 10s. and costs, or fourteen days. Thomas Anderson, also charged with being drunk and riotous in Herbert- street, was fined 5s. and costs, or seven days' imprison- ment.. THREATENING'THE MANAGER OF THE COLLEGE IRON- WORKS.—-On Wednesday, at the Magistrates' Clerk's Office, Charles Nell, a Norwegian, was charged before Mr. J. S. Corbett, with threatening to shoot John Howells, manager of the College Ironworks, at Llandaff. The threat was made because Mr. Howells had dis- charged him from the works. The defendant said he did not really intend to injure the complainant. He was or- dered to find two sureties to keep the peace for fourteen days, in £5 each. He was locked up in default.

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