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MR. T. HOWARD MORGAN, CAPTAIN…

IVORITES ANNIVERSARY AT WENVOE.

SUICIDE OF A WOMAN NEAR BRIDGEND.

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PENARTH POLICE COURT.

THE DISGRACEFUL POLICE AFFRAY…

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THE DISGRACEFUL POLICE AFFRAY AT COWBRIDGE. The magisterial inquiry into the charge preferred against Wllliam Evans, until recently a member of the Glamorganshire constabulary, for maliciously assault- ing Sergeant Martin, of Cowbridge, was resumed on Thursday week last, at the Town Hall, Cowbridge. The case for the prosecution was gone into the previous week, and one witness was on that occasion heard for the defence. An adjournment then took place for a week. The particulars of the case have already been reported in the BARRY DOCK NEWS. The sitting magistrates on Thursday were the Mayor (Alderman W. A. James), Sir J. E. Spearman, Bart. Alderman T. Rees, Mr D. Owen, and Mr D. H. Davies.—For the prosecution Mr S. H. Stockwood solicitor, Bridgend, appeared, and Mr T. J. Hughes' of the same town, defended.-The interest felt in the case was unabated, and the court was thronged. Sergeant Martin appeared in private clothes, and wore a protection over his eyelid.-Further evidence having been taken, the Mayor said the Bench had decided there was a "prima facie" case; and they committed the accused to the assizes on the graver charge of wilful and malicious assault. Ban was accepted; Evans in the sum of £100, and two sureties -Mr John Thomas, tailor, of Cowbridge, and Mr Kibblewhite, of the Bush Inn, Cowbridge-in E-50 each.

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COLLISION OFF PENARTH HEAD.

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