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I TO-DAY'S POLICE. I I. SWANSEA. ..I KEEPING A BROTHEL.-At the police-court on Monday, before the Mayor (Mr Williams), the stipendiary (Mr Fowler], Mr Hall, and Mr T. C. Davies, Edward Davies and Mary Davies, alias Mary Ann Osbore, were charged with keeping a brothel in Greenfield-street. P.C.'s Jones and Edwards proved the case, and the bench convicted the male defendant, and fined him £10 and costs, with an alternative of two months' hard labour. LICENSING OFFENCE.—Mary Thomas, landlady of the Station Inn, was fined 10s and costs for supplying with whiskey a boy under 16 years of age. I CARDIFF. SMUGGLING.—At the police-court to-day—before Alderman Cory and Dr. Paine-John William Reynolds, the master of the British ship Ameer, from Hamburg, was charged by the officers of the Customs with illegally concealing 3 lbs. of tobacco, the single value and duty of which was £ 1 3s lid. Defendant did not appear, and was ordered to forfeit his bail, L3 15s.-Albert Schru- der, a carpenter on board the same vessel, was also charged by Mr Mitchell, the examining officer of Customs, with illegally concealing If lbs. of tobacco, the single valueand duty ot which was 10s 6d. Ordered to pay single duty and costs, or to go to prison for seven days. ASSAULTING A MOTHER.—Thomas Dameny (28) was charged with assaulting his mother on the 29th ult. Complainant, when she applied for a warrant, stated that the defendant struck her beat her severely, but she now said that the defendant only struck her once. Defendant bore a bad character, and had been previous sent to prison for three months for assaulting complnin- ant. He was now sent to prison again for three months with hard labour. ASSAULT.—Thomas Davies (36), was charged with assaulting John Hcpkins, in the market, on the 3rd. Complainant is a butcher at Llandaff, and keeps a stall in the market. On Saturday night he missed a piece of beef from the stall. He suspected a man named Fullintone, and went to several public- houses in search of him. When in the Arcade he saw Fullintone with the piece of stolen beef, and gave him into custody. Defendant, who was with Fullintone at the time, afterwards went np to him and struck him a violent blow on the eye. Defendant was fined 20s and costs. TRANSFER OF LICENSAS.—Tne usval monthly meeting, for the transfer of lincenses, was held on Monday before Alderman R. Cory and Dr Paine. The license of the Arcade Inn was transferred to Georga Jenkins 19that of the New Marke Hotel, Cowbridge-road, to Henry G. Smith that of the Hope Hotel, Blackweia, to Henry Jenkins that of the Glendower, Criehton-street, to John T. Griffiths; that of the Marquis of Bute, Bute- street, to Hiram Weeks that of the Bute Dock Hotel, Bute-street, to James Dunn that of the Crosskeys Inn, Cowbridge-road, to Henry Bennett; that of the Westgate Hotel, Cowbridge- road, to Joseph Smallcombe teat of the George Hotel, ^Bute-street, to Phillip Harris; Milton Hotel, Milton-street, Roath, to Mary Jana Thomas Tredegar Arms, Ruperra-street, to Mary Driscoll; London Porter House, Bute- terrace, to William James Lord Palmerstone, Bridge-stree. to William P, Smith.

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