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CARDIFF POLICE COURT.—MONDAY, MARCH 19.. [Before Walter Coffin, Esq., Mayor,, and 11. L. Reeee,.Esq.] William Lewisa young man from tho neighbourhood of Pontypridd, was charged, by Dennis Holland, with having violently knocked at his door with a large stone (which he .produecd)^oii Sunday night last'. He was also swearing and using violent language, and threatened to kill every "bloody Irishman" he could meet with. Lewis1 denied the charge but admitted being drunk, and in such a state that lip did not know what he was saying or doing. Mr. Stockdale --aid the affair was one of the" Stanley- street Suwday night rows." Fined 5s. Emma Williams, a girl of the town, was charged with being drunk and ,h8orderly in the streets at two o'clock on Saturday mornmg. Having been several times before brought up for the same olfence, she was committed to prison for one month. Anne illoss and Anne Gould, members of the same fraternity, charged with a similar offence on Friday morning, were also committed for one month. Anne Moss, who is a good-looking young woman from Swansea, as we were informed bv a gentleman in court, asked with gieat coolness and distinctness, Would you take a fine, Mr. Evans The Mayor inquired if she had been charged with the same offence before the super- intendent said several times. Mr. J. E. Williams with much earnestness pleaded on her behalf, but to no purpose, the Mayor's decision being irrevocable. Thomas llmpir, of China-row, was fined 5s. to. being drunk and disorderly on Sunday night. Two lads wero charged with breaking the windows of the Catholic Chapel some night last week. A little girl named Catherine Harris deposed to having seen them under the windows, but did not see them throwing stones. The lads denied the charge, and said that a lad named Wm. Morgan, living in Union-street., was the one who threw the stones. The case was adjourned till Monday. J-ikn Bryant, was brought up charged with hiving beaten and broken the head of one Thomas Davies, a workman, ün the Taft. Vale-Hailway.. Com- plain aut did not app- af, but had gone to his work.' Awituess stated that Davies struck the lirst blow. Discharged. Robert M'Gce, a sailor, was charged by Mr. Protheroe, Suprrintcndeat of the Taff Vale Railway Police, with having ridden in a third-class carriage from Meribvr to Cardiff without a ticket. Meyriek, one of the. guards, proved the charge. Fined 5s. Margaret Flinn appeared at the bar crying and complaining of the Fidell and SuiUvau families, in Whitmure-Iane. They, threatened to murther" her. She felt she was in danger of her life, and claimed the' protection of the Court. Summonses were granted for the apprehension of a Fidell and a Sullivan, on Io1}dav. Another Lishwoman, carrying a child in her arms, then commenced a doleful tale of ill-treatment sue had received from somebody. She was pro- ceeding with the enumeration of her complaints, when the Mayor interrupted. On ascertaining ihat.there was no one in charge for the alleged offence, he said in his usual off-hand manner, "let her go. There being no other business to transact, the Court rose.

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