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IN PABLIAMJGST.—Hsssios 1889.'

IN TABLIAMUNT. -SESSION 1889.

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Family Notices

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1888.…

SOUTH WALES NOTES.

SWANSEA ECHOES.

-----_------------A NEW DRY…

THE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE.

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MINERS IN CONFERENCE,

IRON SHIP REPAIRING AT CARDIFF.

IACCIDENT IN THE RHONDDA

BARBARITY IN A RHONDDA MINE.

WARNING TO COLLIERS.

A WELSHMAN'S SUCCESS AT GLASGOW.

.CARDIFF EXHIBITION.

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. TRAGEDY UPON TRAGEDY.

JA STAFFORDSHIRE TRAGEDY.

---------------ATROCIOUS MURDER…

-----. MAJOR BARTTELOT'S MURDERER…

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-i SHOCKING ACCIDENT ATj CWMPENNAR

LOCAL LAW CASE.

---------------THE CARDIFF…

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THE CARDIFF ABDUCTION CASE. COMMITTAL OF THE ACCUSED. At the Cardiff police-courton Monday-—' Mr T, W. I,QWis (stipendiary), the M#*0' Dr Paine, and Mr W. Sanders Siw< Freedman (20, was charged on remand j unlawfully taking a certain unmarried j named Racnael Kanterovicll, being then unde, the age of 16 years, to wit the age ot 13 years, of the possession and against the will of S»r*n [ Kanterovicb, her mother, on the 5th inst." Isaac Kanterovich, the father of tbe gi''« f* hawkei by trade, living at 19, H'ireford-stre<' stated that his daughter was over 13 years of a/C He knew that the prisoner used to come after his girl, and be had told him that tbe girl was young for him. Ho bad also "given him the from his house. He had frequently w»r°0 his daughter against associating with the yOOII man, as hb had not a very high idea of P\1 character. The girl was not treated bauly the children were regarded alike.. The prisoner was then formally chatf1 t with the offence. In answer, the said, by means ot a Hebrew interpreter, that dut'iw the time he lived in the prosecutor's Kanterovich liked him very well. The girl u ø to be beaten by her father, and he took pity ,0' her. After he left the house, her father told that if he would wait twelve months he woul" give him £10 to marry the girl. Sb herself useu to come to his Jod crying at the illtreatment she h received and begging him to take her aw#f« adding that if he did nor. she would go anyone who would take her. After a time took pity on ber and told her she might with him if she liked, but it would have to be her own expense. Prisoner was then committed to the assizes. J!8 was admitted to bail on entering into his owll recognisances in the sum of £10, apd finding surety to the same amount.

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A VITUPERATIVE PRISONER AT…

THE HOME SECRETARY AND RAILWAY…

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