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AN AMERICAN DYNAMITE I SOCIETY.…

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THE TIPPERARY ELECTION. I

THE PENISTONE ACCIDENT. I

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GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

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GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. t,' -1 Trials of Prisoners. I THIS DAY. I The trials of prisoners at the Epiphany Sessions I for the county of Glamorgau were resumed at the Town Hall, Cardiff, to-day. FIRST COURT. I (Before Mr O. JOES and Mr DAVID DCNCAS.) BRUIAL ASSAULT AT PONTARDU. Thomas vonouy (39), haulier. John Donovan (22), puddler, -Henry Coombs (48), puddler, and John Francis (2), haulier, were indicted for maliciously causing grevious bodily harm to Robert Butohings at Pontardu on the 25th Dec. —Mr Abel Ihomas prosecuted, and prisoners were undefell,ded.-Th, evidence of the prosecutor was to the effect that on Christmas night, about 12 o'clock, he was ^nsrinc opposite the house of a man named Robert Blyth, when Conolly came up and asked him something about some row which he (prosecutor) Illrlks having with Henry Coombs. He replied that he had never hAd any row with Coombs, whereupon Conolly struck him on the side of the head with an iron hook which was attached to his richt arm in the place of a lost h^nd- Jle was knocked down, and when he was upon the ground the other prisoners came up and kicked him all over the body. Two of the men went ^Vay> and returned with red hot pokers, bat they did not use them; whilst the remaining two kicked the prosecutor along till he rolled to the door of Blyth. He then tried to reach the latch, when one of the prisoners struck him and knocked^ him away.—Several witnesses spoke to observing this violence, and to hearing the prosecutor appeal to his assailants to spare his life.—According to the medical evidence; thfc prosecutor received such injuries that he would not be able to return to work for a fortnight.— The jury all the prisoners guilty, and Conolly &°d rancis were sentenced to 12 months' and I)onovan and Coombs to nine months' im- prisonment with hard labour. NEW MAGISTRATE. Mr John U. G. Hornfray was sworn in as a magistrate at these sessions. SECOND COURT. -R. PROSECUTOR. Elieo xwrey, prostitute, was charged with having stolen £ 8 from Alexander Young at Cardiff on the> 29th December. Prosecutor, a sea- faring man, did not appear, arid the woman was accordingly discharged. ALLEGED BUEOLARY. I Richard ilenry Roberts was charged with breaking mtothe house of Samuel Lawrence at Bryncethiti, between the 29th of November and the 2nd of December, aud stealing therefrom a knife and a spoon. Mr Arthur Lewis appeared for the prosecution, and Mr David Lewis for the defence.—-The^ house was entered by the pantry window by breaking the bars. The articles named were abstracted therefrom and sub- sequently found in the prisoner's possession. His boots (not produced) were said to correspond in size to marks found outside the window. The articles were positively sworn to by both Mr and Mrs Lawrence, the knife especially, having a dent made by use as a screw.driver.-The jury found a verdict of Not guilty."

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I THE WOOLWICH MURDER.

I THE LATE MR W. C. LUARD.

! WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

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