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LIBERAL ORGANISATION AT NEWPORT.

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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY.

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LIBELLING A CARDIFF MINISTER.

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THE ABSCONDING CARDIFF SECRETARY.

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NKWPORT. ANCIRNT BENMIT FKIKNDLY SOCIETY.—The annual mooting of the Ancient BFNPFIT Friendly Society W;\8 held at the Black Horse Hotel, Newport, Oil Wednesday, the Grand Master, Mr G. O. Keed, presiding. Represintatives from Cardiff, Newport, Bristol, Merthyr, and other districts were present. The aunual report showed that tbe munborsbip had more than doubled during the past year. Nineteen new lodges had been opened, of which eight wfre in Glamorgan and four in Monmouthshire 655 new members had joined during the year. Tne of the society showed an increase of £394, and £280 was added to the reserve fund. 0" the propjsition of the Roath Court Louge, it was resolved to amal- gamate the funds of tbe society. Several new rules were agreed tn, and a proposal, which emanated from the central body, to form a juvenile branch of the society, was discussed, but on being put to the meeting was defeated, Messrs Llewellyn and Brown (Cardiff), Miles (Ponty- pool), Bishop (Newport), and Howell (Bristol), were added to the ceutral committee. Messrs G. O. Reed, G.M., E. M. Thomas, D.G.M., and D. Rowlands, general secretary, were thanked tor their services, and re-elected. The next annual meeting is to be lield at Bristol. FLOUKISHINC A RAZOR. At the birough police-court on Wednesday a powerful looking young man, named Patrick ltyan, appeared to answer a cnarge of being drunk and threatening a shop assistant, named Thomas Dodswortb, Officer Thomas (37) stated that he reoeived comp.amts about the prisoner who was flourishing an open razor m the street and threatening the passers by. He was very drunk, and it required the assistance of another constable to get him to the police-station. Prisoner said that he was using the razor to cut some tobacco, Mr Cullum told the prisoner that be had been in prison for six months out of the past nine, and the bench sent him to Usk for one month. INCORRIGIBLE BOYs. At the tame court Daniel R-ardou and Thomas Hadden were charged with stealing two pieces of coral, a water- proof. and some fancy good8 the property of John G. Williams, 1^0, Commercial-road. The lads obtained access to the house, which has not been occupied for some t)me,and carried off the articles. Deteciive-constable Badger visited the home of Reardon, and niost of the things were handed over to him. He afterwards arrested the boy, who admitted the theft. Hadden, who had taken one of the pieces of coral, was arrested this this mornmg. and he also admitted the theft. The prisoner Reardon has been convicted on three former occasions, and was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment and five years in a reformatory Hadden, who has been convicted twice previously, was ordered to be confined in the cells fat three days and to receive 12 strokes with the birch.

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