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GALE ON THE NORTH-EAST COAST.

HEAVY GALE THE MERSEY. -I

LORD LYTTON'S LETTERS. !

:ALLEGED BUBBLE COMPANIES.I

WRECK OF A BARQUE OFF RAMSGATE.

1THE BIRMINGHAM TRAGEDY.

-THE REPORTED SENSATIONAL…

--COLLISION OFrr" DUNGENESS.I…

FALL OF A STABLE NEAR BATH.

-I MRS WELDON AGAIN IN CÔT.

Irish Invincibles.

PROPOSED BRITISH ANNEXATION…

-CHINA AND JAPAN.

-IPRINCE BISMARCK AND THE…

-____-_-SUPPOSED SUICIDE OF…

-ARREST OF A SUPPOSED TRIPLE…

u_-THE HEALTH OF MR GLADSTONE.

----__-I SNOWSTORM IN YORKSHIRE."…

MR FORSTER, M.P.

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Hidden Treasure at Castle…

THE CASE OF WOUNDING A VVOMAN…

--FRUS s RATED ELOPEMENT AT…

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--POLICE-STATION FOR CATHAYS,…

CARDIFF

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MONEY MARKET. I

---TO-DAY'S MARKETS. -

-TO-DAY'S SHIPPING.

ALLEGED LICENSING OFFENCE…

TO-DAY'S SPORTING. I

SPORTING ITEMS. I

.CHARGE OF SHOOTING AT r CARDIFF.

---HIGHWAY ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE…

-.-_.,-CARDIFF.

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CARDIFF. SrXDAY DKINKING.—At the police-court to-day —before Mr R. O. Jones, Mr G. Phillips, and Mr A. Hood—Mary Johns, a young woman of bad caaractsr, was charged with being drunk in West Church-street on Sunday. She was cautioned and discharged.—James Sullivan, a labourer, admitted that he was drunk in Bute-terrace on Sunday, and was cautioned and discharged. THE RElGX OF TERROR !—M.iry Morrissey (23), and Bridget Dacey (22), two women of bad charac- ter, were charged with fighting1 and causing au obstruction in Bute street, on Saturday night. From the evidence of P. C. Phillips it was proved that the street was blocked up owing to the crowd collected to witness the fight between the ueieodauts. iio.u prisoners had ooen previously convicted, Morrissey six times, and Dacey three tlmes, fur disorderly conduct. Mctrrissey was fined 10s and costs, and Dacey 5s and costs. Pl'BLic-HorsE ItoEBKRY. John .o'Brian, a labourer, was charged with stealing half-a- sovereign from the counter of the King's Cross Inn, Caroline-strte:, on the 10th instant. Prisoner went to the public-'uffixse on Saturday afternoon, and called for a blue" of beer. While he was drinking it another man came in, called for a p;nt of ioeer, and gave the landlord a sovereign. TL;e landlord placed the change on the counter, 19s 9d. Subse- quently a man the worse for drink entered tlll. bar the change was at this time on the counter., Aiter the drunken man had been ejected the half-sovereign was missed, the silver still remain- ing. The landlord's attention was called to the circumstance, and he accused both of them and sent for the police. The man Fitzgerald, who gave tie sovereign, stated that when the change was place i on the counter he did not take any special notice of it, and could not swear that the half-sovereign was with it. The prisoner was near the change, but he did not see him touch it. At the police-station, on the prisoner being searched, a half-sovereign was found in his coat pocket, although he denied that he had one about him. The bench did not consider the evidence sufficient, and dismissed the case.- John Ed wards (22) was charged with stea;, ing 6d from a till at the Lord Pal- merston Inn, Bridge-street, on th3 12th inst., the property of Mr W. Smith. Prisoner,was said to b-3 a. solicitor's clerk. He went to the public-house, called for a glass of ale, vvas left in the bar for a few minutes, and was caught with his hand in the U;, In his hand were some coppeis. He pleaded guilty, and was sent to prison for one month, with hard labour. STEALING IRON PIPING. — Sidney White, a labourer, was charged with stealing a quantity of iron piping from the yard of Messrs Andrews and, Bayley, railway wagon builders, at the Docks, on the 11th inst. The value of the articles taken vvas said to be 2s 6d. Prisoner pleaded guilty to taking the pipe, but as there seemed to nave been some kind of negotiations for the purchase of a piece of pipe, or a piece of iron beforehand, the bench gave the prisoner the benefit of a doubt as to whether he had any felonious intention. STEALING A SILK JACKET.— Jane Martin, a young woman (23) of respectable appearance, was charged with stealing a silk jacket and a fur tip- pet, of the value of £ 3 7s.. from 29, Patrick- street, the property of Jane George, on the 22nd ult. Prisoner, on the night of the 22nd, went to the house of the prosecutor with a trlend, who was also acquainted with the prosecutor. She,left about eleven o'clock at right, and on the following morning the articles were missed from tho front parlour. Prisoner was a youitg woman from Radnorshiie, out of employment, who had been sheltered from charity by Mrs Grant, the triend referred to. When prisoner left, Mrs Grant—who had allowed her to live at her house for live weeks without charge—missed some articles, and on subsequently meeting her she accused the prisoiler, w hoadlllitted having taken some articles f rom Mrs Grant, but denied taking the jacket from Mrs George. When searched, how- ever, the pawn ticket referring to the jacket was found secreted in the prisoner's dress. The jacket had been just pledged by prisoner at the shop of Mr Joseph. Prisoner now pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment, after which to be sent home to her frk-nds in Radnorshire. STEALING AN OVERCOAT.—Andrew Walker (22) and Henry NeUon (23) were charged with stealing an overcoat, of the value of 25s, from 177, Bute-street, the property of a French sea- man, named T. Bibara, on the 10th inst.— Complainant left the overcoat in the dining- room of his lodging-house, 177, Bute-street, on Saturday afternoon. On returning in the evening it was missed. Prisoners were subsequently apprehended. They lodged in the same house, and on Saturday evening Walker pledged the'eoat. He said that Nelson stole the coat and pledged it. Th# money obtained was spent in drink. They were each sent to prison for 14 days with hard labour.

PENARTH.

I NEWPORT.

THE MORTALITY OF CARDIFF.

-CHARGE AGAINST A COMMISSION…

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