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The Misuse of a Glass A WOMAN WANTED 3/ WHEN REFUSED, SHIED TWO GLASSES SEQUEL :-A CUT HEAD AND A REMAND On Wednesday morning, at the Penarth Police Court, Wm. Henry Peters, residing at 6, William Street, Newport, a commercial traveller, appeared with a bandaged head, and charged Amelia Griffiths, whom he bad known for some time, with throwing two glasses at him, at Cadoxton, en the previous day. Questioned as to the circumstances leading up to the assault, complainant said the woman wanted a loan of three shillings from him, which he refused. Amelia, with a somewhat obstreperous babe in her arms, denied, with tears, the charge, and alleged that Peters struck her on the mouth. E. Lewis, a mineral water manufacturer, of 17, Lombard Street, Barry Dock, corroborated Peter's evidence. Dr P. J. O'Donnel, Cadoxton, stated that the com- plainant had sustained a wound over the right eye- brow two inches in length, which necessitated the use of two stitches. The prisoner was remanded till Friday, when the case will be r6tfied at J3arry Dock.

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