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THE ADJOURNED INQUEST.

- NEW DRY DOCK FOR SWANSEA.

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NEWPORT THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SH^—In our report of the Chrysanthemum Show held at Newport on the 27th inst., we omitted to mention that Mr C. E. Stallybrass, Cardiff, was awarded a special first prize for a splendid box of Japanese varieties. OPINIONS" AS TO a POT Bor.—At the borough police-court, on Friday—before Messrs H. Phillips and H. M. Brewer, magistrates—Tom Jones, middle-aged labourer, was charged with assaulting Ada Thomas and being drunk and disorderly in the Potter's Arms, Corn- street. Thomas is servant at the Potter's Arms, and prisoner went into the house, and after partaking of drink with other men, began a con- versation as to the merits of a pot boy formerly in the employ of the landlady of the Arms. The girl ventured to boy engaErprI -AU he was also :1 mm. Prisoner said he was sorry for what had happened. The bench told prisoner it was very cowardly to strike a girl in the way he had, and fined him 10s 6d, or 14 hard labour. PERSECUTING A HUSBAND.—Bridget Collins, married woman, who never appears (so the police averred) in answer to the sum- mons, was charged at the same court with being drunk and usmg abusive language to Mary Ann Morrish-The complainant is the wife ot a haulier and contractor, carrying on business m Pentonville, and Mr Morrish engaged prisoners husband to work for him. He had been in the employ only foot day. when prisoner went to Mr Morrish's residence, created a disturbance, and finding a portable scraper before the front door used it to batter in the door.-P.S. Franklin said that whenever the husband went to work the prisoner followed, and did her best to get him discharged. —Mr Morrish: Her husband is a very good man, but I was obliged to pay him off half an hour afterwards.— The Magistrates' Clerk She persecutes her husband in this way ? — P.S. Franklin Yes. Mr H. Phillips (magistrate) And the most extraordinary thing is that the husband bails her out.—Mr Morrish: He's a remarkably good hus- band and workman.—Mr Phillips: I should think so.—The magistrates fined Collins 10s 6d, or, in default, It days' hard labour. ALLEGED THKFT OF A WATCH AND CHAIN.— Elizabeth Constable, alias Lilly Anderson, a young woman who appeared in the dock wearing a fashionable fur cape, was charged before the same magistrates with stealing a watch and chain, with seals, the property of William Waters Jones. Prosecutor went to a dis- reputable house in George street, kept by the prisoner, and having to change bedrooms, left the property behind him. Next morning he went back to the room to look for it, but could not find it. Later in the day the watch was pledged by the accused, and the chain wal found on her when appre- hended.—The police asked for an adjournment, with a view to procure further evidence, and this application was agreed to. A SCRAP-IRON MERCHANT'S TENANCY—Mr Daniel Rees, agent, applied to the same magis- trates for an ejectment order against Wm. CReUly described as a scrap iron merchant, d- ing at No. 7, TT ■ v;.1, Mr Phillips (referring to a recent case in which Mr O'Reilly prosecuted his housekeeper) r Are we going on with the watch cago The Magistrates' Clerk: No, that is settled.-Ir Rees be had served three notices on Mr OKeiIiy, the LAST through the office of Mr Pain, so.ic:tor. xue IV-IR-OU why POSSESSION had not B^EN given up was, so Mr Pa"rker, soli ci tor s ated, because the tenancy was a yearly one, and formed portion of a lease held by a former tenant named Poole. The bench ultimately issued the order asked for, and told Mr O'Kelly that if he felt aggrieved he could bring an action for ejectment against the agent.—Mr O'Reilly asked when he was to give up possession.— The Magistrates' Clerk In 21 days. — MR O'Reilly But I cannot leave in a month. I can- not get another house in that time.

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