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I. I ILLNESS OF THE REV. C.…

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THE CHANNEL SQUADRON.

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Branding a Wife at arIa. Cardiff.

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ITHE LATE MR. LUARD.

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A SWINDLER AT MANCHESTER.

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TRADERS v. RAILWAY COMPANIES.

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-THE GLAMORGAN COUNTY TREASURERSHIP.

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I DISTRICT NEWS.

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I DISTRICT NEWS. CARDIFF. TRANSFER OF LICENCES.—The usual monthly meeting for the transfer of licences, was held on Monday before Alderman R. Cory and Dr Paine. The licence of the Arcade Ini^was transferred to George Jenkins that of the New Market Hotel, Cowbridge-road, to Henry G. Smith; that of the Hope Hotel, Biackweir, to Henry Jenkins; that of the Glendower Hotel, Cricliton-street, to John T. Griffiths; that of the of Bute, Bate- street, to Hiram Weeks that of the Bute Dock Hotel, Bute-street, to James Dunn that of the Crosskeys Inn, Cowbridge-road, to Henry B nne t; thatof the Westgate Hotel, Cowbridge- road, to Josepli Smallcoinoe that, of the George Hotel, Bute-street, to Phillip Harris: Milton Hotel, Milton-street, Roath, to Mary Janfl Thomas Tredegar Arms, Kuperra-street, to Mary Driscoll; London Porter House, Buts- terrace, to Wiliiam James Lord Palmerstoa, Bridge-street, to William P. Siiii-L ACCIDENT.—William Ealey (35), residing in Lewis-street, and employed at Messrs Spiller's mill, was engaged to-day in lifting a heavy weight when he feit a pain as of something giving way in his side. He was taken to the infirmary, and found to have severely hurt himself by a strain. He had injured his side a few weeks pre- viously. He was detained. A NEW POLICE-STATION FOR CATHATS.—A special meeting of the watch committee was held at the Town-hall, to-day, when it was resolved to erect a new police-station at Cathays. The arrangements as to the placing of the 12 additional constables was left in the bands of the head- constable. EXPERIENCED VETERINARY SMITH (Joseph Feare) shoes every class of horse at the Cardiff Horse Exchange, near the Custom Hou-^j. A trial solicited. 232 E FIRST CHRISTMAS SHow.-The )Iodel Clothing Company are J1uW showiua;, at 13. Bute-street, a GRAND DISPLAY of CLOTHING, HOSIERY, HATS, &e. Christmas Cards of all the IFL-E st designs for Christmas. AT 79, ST. MAKY'S-STREET, CARDIFF, for the next few days, good woollen or laerino socks may be had at Is 2d per pair, three pairs for 3s. Sewing and knitting machines as usual. 211

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