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TO-DAY'S POLICE. I

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TO-DAY'S POLICE. I CARDIFF. I)ISOr,DERLY.-At the borough police-court to- day—before Dr. Paine and Mr R. Cory-James Smith, on a charge of being disorderly and caus- ing an obstruction in Bute-street, on the 5th inst., was set at liberty.—William Davies, who was drunk in the Great Western Railway approach on the 5th inst, was likewise acquitted.—William Collins, charged with being drunk, also breaking a pane of glass, value 6s, at No. 195, Bute-street, the shop of Mr Scarparti, on the 5th insc., was fined 5s and costs, in default five days' imprison- ment. THE SO-CALLED HEIGX OF TE enc)r,. Johaiii, a M'Carthy was charged with being a disorderly prostitute ia Bute-street.-P.C. 79 said he was called upon to remove prisoner from the Cardiff Arms, Bute-street, on the 5th inst. She was "mad drunk." Sentenced to o.ie month with hard labour. The bench expressed a wish that the landlord of the house should be brought before them to-morrow and interrogated as to whether the woman had obtained the drink at his house.- A fine of 5s and costs was inflicted in the case of Sarah Ann Grant, charged with being a drunken and disorderly prostitute. Prisoner was appre- hended in Cowbridge-road, on the 5th inst. TAKING A DRIVE.—George Long was charged with assaulting and kicking William Masters and IIenry Helps in Crockherbtown. On Monday night prisoner engaged Masters, a cabman, to drive him about, and after enjoying this luxury for llP- y I wards of two hours, he expressed a wizh -to be conveyed to Newport. Asiced for a sovereign in prepayment, he seized the driver by the throat and proceeded to assault him. Henry Helps, 0 restaurant-keeper, was passing at the time, and went to Masters's assistance, receiving for his pains a kick on the leg from the nrisonT. Fined 10s and costs, or 14 days' hard labour. SWANSEA. JUVENILE IHEFT. At the police-court on Tues- day;, before the ex-mavor (Mr Burnie) and Mr T. Phillips, senior. William Henry Coker, a boy of 11, King-street, was sentenced to ten days' im- prisonment, and three years' confinement in a re formatory school, for stealing a blue cloth overcoat, worth £3 frcm Georgma Davis, who lodged in the same house. ALLEGED THEFT OF BOOTS.Elizabeth Pe:eiv, of 35, Roduey-stree:, WAS charged with stealing a pair of lady's boots from 13, TrafaJgar-terrac, the property of Joseph Skeats. It was alleged that the boots were gl ven to prisoner to pawn, and the case was adjourned for further evid- ence. CHARGE AGAINST A PCEHCAN.—John Dar- moody, of the Fox and Hounds Beer- house, was charged with being drunk 011 his licensed premises, and also with selling intoxicat- ing drink to drunken persons.—Mr Webb de- fended. For the first offence defendant was iineri 10s including cost, and for the second 35 and costs, and his licence was endorsed. DRCNK.—Thomas Matthews, of 5, Pottery- street, and Hannah Phiiiips, of 32, Pottery-street, were fined 103 each for being drunk on the above premises.

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