MR. GLADSTONE'S IRISH SCHEME. JUST as we are going to press the country is on the qui vive for the revelation of Mr Gladstone's Irish scheme. Of course, we do not pretend to be able to say what the scheme is likely to be, whether as drastic as has been prophesied by people who set up as oracles on all such occasions as this, or whether Mr Gladstone may have modified the scheme to suit the views of those who were opposed to it in the Cabinet. A measure, or series of measures, which may have been the means of driving two important men out of the Cabinet, must, whatever they may be, attract a great deal of attention throughout the country. But it would be rash on the part even of the warmest admirers of Mr Chamber- lain to jump to the conclusion that the measure must be bad because condemned by him. He is not infallible, neither is Mr Glad- stone. When the latter has unfolded his plans and the former has stated his objections we shall all be in a position to judge between them. Meanwhile the case stands thus: Heie on the one hand is a shrewd, fartsighted, veteran statesman, a man of matured judgement, who for more than half a century has taken a conspicuous part in Parliamentary affairs, who has earned for himself a popularity never sur- passed and seldom equalled by any politician, who has succeeded in preparing and carry- ing measures which will immortalize his name, and here on the other hand are men, one of whom is but comparatively little known and the other, though well known and very popular, is still little more than a fledgling in camparison with Mr Gladstone. Which of these is most likely to be right ? That is the question which presents itself to us, aud we cannot for one moment hesitate about the answer. There for the present we leave the matter, our opinion being simply guided by probabilities. It may tarn out that Mr Gladstone has made a mis- take, that his intense desire to remedy the wrongs of Ireland, and to afford recompense for past injustice towards her may have overpowered his judgement, blinded him to other interests which should be taken into account, and betrayed him into extremes. If so it will only show that he is not in- fallible.
Pontypridd Police Intelligence. WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr Ignatius Williams, Sti- pendiary Magistrate, Rev D. W. Williams, Messrs Blandy Jenkins, C. Bassett, William Jones, and Evan John. STEALING COAL AT PONTYGWAITH.—Andrew Jenkins was charged with stealing 80lbs of coal.-P.C. Wil- liams said on the 24th March, at 10 o'clock at night, he saw defendant on the road coming from the direc- tion of the Taff Vale Railway Goods Yard, carrying a sack of coal on his back. Asked him what he had ? He replied coal; he said, "I had it in the upper house of the three." On taking him in the direction of the houses he said, Well, to tell youthe truth I got it from the Taff Vale Railway." He said he had noticed the coal in the afternoon, lying on the roa^ ,'<uidjhe went there to get it.—Mr Dukes, surgeon, said he was in attendance on the family at the time. The wife was ill, there was great destitution, and no fire in the house.—Fined 10s or seven days. WOUNDING AT PENYGRAM.—John Rees was brought up on this charge. William Williams, haulier, Watts- town, said on Monday the 29th March, he went to the Swan public-house, Penygraig, with defendant. They had a quarrel, and began to fight, and went outside for the purpose. They were put out by the landlady. Defendant threw him down, and got on top of him, and bit him on the right jaw, and the left ear. Other people whom he did not know kicked him. Defendant knocked him about when he was on the ground.—Dr Carston dressed his ear. On the Wednesday he went to Dr Dukes who has attended him ever since. He went back to Wattstown in a brake on Tuesday, the day after the wounding.—Dr E. Dukes said Le is assis- tant to Dr. Lewis, Cymmer. On Wednesday morning, 31st March, he was called to complainant by Mrs. Williams. Found him suffering from a contused wound in the upper part of the left ear, a slight con- tused wound over the left eye, and a mark on the right neck immediately under the jaw, as if he had been bitten. He was in bed. There were a good many minor scratches and bruises. The wound on the ear was a kick or by a blunt instrument. It was not a bite. The wound over the left eye was not a bit;. On the wound on the neck there weie distinct marks of the teeth. The superficial skin was broken. There was no occasion for complainant staying in bed. He could have gone to work in three days.- Defendant called Edward Jones, haulier, Penygraig, who said he was in the Swan. Rees was sitting down and Williams struck him. Williams was put out, and he returned again and struck defendant. They were then both put out. He did not see what took place outside. Rees was quite sober, and Williams was not drunk.—Edward Rees, collier, Penygraig, said he saw a row in the road, and found Rees there out3ide the Swan. He told Rees he would get into a bother. There were about 40 present. The man Rees was fighting with complainant, and challenged the "road" to fight. Williams was on the ground with a crowd round.—Fined 50s including costs. NIGHT POACHING AT LLANTRISANT.-Thomas Evans was charged with this offence.-Sergeant Hoyla said, he saw defendant on the ground of Mr John Davies, Llantrisant. He was with a man who was convicted last Friday, at Llantrisant, and fined three pounds. Defendant ran away. Saw him after, and asked him why he ran away ? He said, I was frightened of you Sergeant. If you'll forgive me I'll take you where I put the net. Took him to the back of some houses, and found the uet at the door. He said if you won't lock me up I'll you the truth. Mother made me go with the man who lodged with us. We started at nine. First went to Miskin and nettad three or four fields there. Then came to the Marquis of Bute's land. We netted three fields there above a wood. The defendant's mother is a prostitute, and lives with the man Tom convicted last Friday. He appre- hended defendant at Cardiff.—Adjourned for a month as Sergeant Hoyle said he had obtained work for defendant at 10s a week, and his aunt is willing to receive him, if he will keep away from his mother.- Bound over in five pounds to appear on first Friday in May. DRUNK, AC., AT PONTYPRIDD.-Frank Montier and William Delaney, were eharged with being drunk.- Sergeant Llewellyn said at about eleven o'clock on the 27th March last, saw the two defendants drunk and fighting in High-street, Pontypridd.-Fined 5s. each. STEALING MONEY AT THEJRKY.—Daniel Shea was charged with stealing 5s. 3Jd. Hanaah Jones, wife of John Jones, collier, 1, Chapel-street, Treorky, said defendant had lodged vwith her for a fortnight last Saturday. He left her house yesterday morning about six o'clock. She did not know he was going. After he was gone she missed the money out of the cupboard in the kitchen. The money was in a rag. On missing it she gave information to the policeman. Mary Jones, daughter of complainant, said she saw the money 5s. 81d. safe on Monday evening. On Tuesday morning at seven o'clock she found the money gone. Did not see defendant go, but heard he was gone.-P.C. Hurford said he arrested prisoner on the railway platform at Llwynpia. He was in the act of getting into the train for Cardiff. On searching him found three shillings on him in silver and two- pence in coppers. Also received one and sixpence from the station-master, being the money for the ticket to Cardiff. On being charged he said, It's a mistake, they owe me more than that." At Treorky police-station, prisoner said, It was 4s. 8d. I took not 5s 8d." Defendant said he worked for M' Jones who owed him money for overtime he had worked. Mrs Jones said "I took compassion on him, took him off the road when he was quite destitute, and gave him 12s a week. I will never do so again." He put on his working clothes, left his lamp on the table, and took everything he could of any value out of the house.—To go to prison for fourteen days. I.
A MISUNDERSTANDING AT THE MARITIME COLLIERY, PONTYPRIDD. A NUMBER OF MEN DISMISSED. A good deal of feeling has been created in some parts of Pontypridd, owing to the action of the management of the Maritime Colliery ic getting rid of a large number of their older workmen. It appears that on the 1st April notices were served upon about 24 of the employes to terminate con- tracts, and also to leave the houses they occupied, those being the company's houses. The strange part of it is, say the workmen, the people who occupy the company's houses, and yet do not wcrk at the colliery, have not received notices to quit. After receiving the notices, the hauliers, who at this colliery as at other places are the most demon- strative of the workmen, are reported to have stuok the notices in their kats and thus gone about with them, and also nailed the obnoxious papers upon posts here and there throughout the colliery. The worst part of the misunderstanding is that there is no reason given, apparently, for the dis. missal of the men, and as it happens that the larger number of those discharged are Welshmen, it ia generally held that there is a desire on the part of the management to get rid of the natives."
The Cyfarthfa Steel Works ARRIVAL OF IMPORTANT ORDERS. It is stated that the large order seoured by Messrs CrawshayjBrja. to which we referred a short time since is for several thousand tons of rail for India.
Accidents, Incidents, and Fatalities. FALLING OFF A WAGGON BUFFEB AT ABKBDARE. On Saturday, whilst riding on the buffer of a track which formed part of a coal train from Cwmaman to Aberdare on the Dare branoh of the Taff Vale Railway, John James, a plasterer, fell on to the line, and several waggons passing over hit body he was killed instantareously. AN AREBDA.RE MAN FOUND DROWNED AT CAROIFF. On Friday the body of a man, supposed to be that of Phillip Peake, a native of Aiferdare, was found floating near No. 6 Tip on the West Side of the East Bute Dock. The deceased was about 5ft. 8in. in height, had a light moustache, and was attired in a suit of tweed, two grey fliunel shirts, and lace-op boots. KNOCKED DOWN BY AN ELEPHANT AT ABERDARE. On Tuesday morning whilst Messrs Bostook and Wombwell's travelling menagerie was exhibiting at Aberdare a large elephant known as Madame Jumbo," knooked down an old man named David Watkins, about 60 years of age, who resides at No. 27, Oxford-street, causing severe injuries. The old man was promptly attended to by Dr. Davies, but owing to several discharges of blood his state caused much anxiety. He has since died. SUDDEN DEAtH AT LLANCAIACB. An inquest was held at the Ffaldgaiaoh Inn on Monday night by MrJ.N. Leigh, Llanfabon, deputy- coroner, touching the death of Mary Ann Green. wife of John Green, Lewistown, who died suddenly whilst at the back of her house on Saturday night. The medical evidence shewed that she died from apoplexy. Deceased has left seven small children.
Glamorganshire Quarter Sessions. The County business was transacted on Tuesday at Swansea, under the presidency of Mc R. O. Jones. A POLICK-COURT FOR PONTYPRIDD. Mr Ignatius Williams proposed the erection of a police-court at Pontypridd, pointing out the great increase in the population and police work of the district. In 1880 there were 2,300 cases; last year there were no fewer than 4,100. The proposition was opposed by Mr Rhys, but was supported by the Chairman, and eventually carried. POLICE. Mr Llewelyn moved the adoption of the report of the police committee, which, amongst other things, recommended that a police rate of three farthings in the £ be ordered to be raised that the Clerk of the Peace be instructed to take the neoeasary steps in the action broughtby the proprietor of the Porth Hotel for compensation for injury during an elec- tion riot; that the pension of £51, to P.C. John, and gratuity of E85 16s to the widow of Sergeant Menhinniok, recommended by the chief constable, be awarded out of the superannuation fund and that the addition to Abel dare police-station, pro- posed by the county surveyor, be executed at a cost not exceeding £ 110. A POLLING STATION FOR TAFjr'a WELL. Mr O. H. Jones read a letter from the secretary of the Conset votive Association asking that a new polling station might be provided at I'aff's Well, and atso suggesting some alterations in other plaoes. Under the present arrangement people had to walk five miles from Taff's Well to Caerphilly to vote, &c.—The Chuirmin sa.id nothing could be done at that Court.—Mr O. H. Jones then gave notice of motion for the next session. WEDNESDAY. NO TRUE BILL. The jury returned a decision of "No true bill1* f in the case of Thomaa Jones, alluded to by the ohairman in his charge, who was indicted for inde- cently assaulting and ill-treating Anys Williams in the pariah of Kilybebyll. PLEADED GUILTY. William Hayward, alias Whiteford, alias Thomas, a tailor, aged 60, pleaded guilty to stealing an ulster" the property of Catherine Jones, in the parish of Llanwonno, on February 5.1886, and was sentenced to three months' hard labour. WOUNDING AT LLASWONSO. Morgan Davies, on bail, was charged with unlaw- fully wounding Phillip Meredith, in the parish of Llanwonno, on the 20th of March, 18S6.—Mr Rees prosecuted, and Mr Benson defended the prisoner. —The parties quarrelled outside the Royal Oak publio-house after closing time about a jaok of beer, and in the struggle prosecutor received a slight wound in the cheek. Prisoner had an op-n knife in his hand, which was taken away from him.—It was shown that prisoner had been attaoked and beaten by some other young men, and was greatly exasperated, and that he made no real stab at the prodecutor.—The jury returned a verdiut of not. guilty, and prisoner was discharged.
The Alleged Manslaughter at Aberdare. Elizabeth Welsh, a widow, was on Tuesday oom. mitted for trial by the Aberdare magistrates for the manslaughter of a woman at Aberdare.
A Dinas Boy Drowned at Monmouth. We regret to have to report the sad death by drowning of a very promising bay-the son of Mr W. Rees, of the Graigddu Inn, Dinas. The lad was at Monmouth Grammar School and about to go to London to take a position in a bank. On Wednesday afternoon, however, he and four other Menmoath Grammar School scholars were out on the river between Monmouth and Dixton prac- tising for a boat contest to be rowed on Thursday. The boat capsized, and the occupants were plunged into the river, which was rather rough. Two of the boys saved themselves. One was taken from the river in a very exhausted state, but the other two, Miles and Rees, were drowned. The laat-named was 17 years of age.
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