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RELIEF OF KMIN PASHA.

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1NEW YORK WHEAT IMALUCET.

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GREAT PRIZE-FIGHT. 01>

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LORD EDMOND FITZMAURICE

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PEMBROKESHIRE ASSIZES.

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PEMBROKESHIRE ASSIZES. A LAW-ABIDING COUNTY. The Pembrokeshire Midsummer Assizes were formally opened at the Sbirehall, Haverfordwest, on Saturday, before Sir Henry Manisiy. I Ua Monday the :following gentlemen were sworn on the grand jury for the county :— ) Mr O. U. B. Stokes (foreman), St. Botoiph s. Mr John Beynon, Trewern. Mt 0. H. \y. George, Piascrwn. Mr G. DaYid Harries, Llanunwas. Colonel Lambton. Brownslade. Mr Edward Lawes, Xenby Mr Henry Leich, Coriton. Mr Charles Matbias, l ainphey. Mr < L. Owen, ^'ithybush Mr F. 1.. L. Fhilipps. Pentypark. Mr Lewis Samson, Scotchwells. Colonel Saurin. Orirlton. Mr John Worthington, GlynaineL I Mr W. 1L Walters, Harroldston. ¡\lr Edward VaughaD, lernhilL The following gentlemen composed the grand jury for the town and courv.y ot Haverfordwest; Mr William John (foreman)., Mr C. C. Brown. Mr ,T. A. Bland. Mr LI. Brigstocke. f Ntr I.E. J. W, Bowefl. Mr T. Baker. Mr X R. Dawkins. Mr P. P Ellis. Mr Edward H. Ellis. Mr Pavid Evuns. Mr F. P Green. MrT. James. Mr William Owen. Mr James Ret s. Mr Levns Roberts. Mr D P. Saunders. Mr Jno. Shettle. Mr A. Stannard. Mr James Thomas. Mr Samuel Thomas. MrT. J. White. Mr William Williams. THE CHAHGX TO THE GRAND JURY, His Lordsiiip, iii etiai-giug the grand jury br the county, said it was a great pleasure to him to be able on this occasion, as on two former occasions, to congratulate them on the almost entire absence of crime. Such a state of things was highly creditable to the county, and showed that Pembrokeshire still suotained the reputatioa of being a law-abiding county. His lordship afterwards briefly addressed the grand jury for the town. The trial of prisoners was then proceeded with. BURGLARY. Michael Doherty, 38. labourer, was charged with breaking and L),- tilp dwelling-house of Martha EJwardes, of foot, and stealing one pair of boots, value 6i. The prisouer pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to one month's bard labour, A SOLDIER'S CRIME. John Tracoy, an artilleryomn, was indicted for having on tho 1st of July, 1889, broken into the bouse of Harriett Jolin, at Pembroke, and stealing therefrom a quantity of jewellery. Col. Saurin (instructed by Mr Gilbertson, Pembroke) prosecuted. Prisoner p.eaded guilty, and said that he committed the offence in order to be dis- charged from the army. His lordship prisoner to one month with hard labour. FALSE PRKTKNCE3. William Thompson WHS indicted for having cn the 3rd instant obtained from Miss M. Ellen John the sum ol 3* by false pretences. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and his lordship sentenced prisoner to 14. days' hard labour. This case conclude-i tbe criminal business. CIVIL BUSINESS. JAMKS V. SHAW. In this action tne plaintiff, Mr Owen James, of Car.iiean, sueq the defendant, William Shaw, for JS587 17s on a bond of £ 250, with interest. Mr Abel Thomas appeared for the plaintiff. The defendant did not put in a defence. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff with costs. THE ALLEGED TRESPASS AT BARK LAKIt- This was au appeal by ti,e Grreat \VAt!"1 Rail- way Company against tha decision of Justices Ca\ and \Vi¡¡ given in the Court of Chancery in the above case. The ca.e bad been heard several times oefore the magistrates at Haverfordwest, who ultimately convicted the defendants. The defendants afterwards carried the case to the Court of Chancery, and the decision of the magistrates WHS quashed, Justices Cave and Wills deciding that the magistrates had no jurisdiction. Several witnesses were examined on behalf of tba defendants to prove that they had freauently used the path in question, and to further show that the road provided as a substitute by the company was at various states of the wind and tide not available, and even dangerous to those who tried to use it.-The case had not con- cluded when the court rose.

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TBE DUKE AND THE JOURNALIST.

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;MR BALI OUR AND WALES.

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LLANDAFF.

NEWPORT.—MONDAY.

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SWANSEA.

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LLANSAMLET.

MERTHYR.

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