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BRUTAL TREAT M ENT OF A WIFE I A Judicial Separation. I At the Cardiff Police-court, this afternoon, Mr Stipendiary Lewis, with other magistrates, was occupied for some little time hearing an account of the matrimonial infelicity of a greengrocer and his wife.—Mr Belcher, who appeared for the complainant, Mrs Anne Griffiths, living in Oowbridge-road, stated that his client sought a Judicial separation on account of the conduct of her husband. The specific charge on which the complaint was made was of a brutal nature, and, although it was entered as a common assault, he should have no difficulty in proving an aggravated assault. It seems that the man, James Griffiths, came home late one night and blackened his wife's eye, and threatened her for several hours, this baidg only one of repeated acts of cruelty. David, who defended, said there were, unfortunately, relatives in the case and cross-examined to show that the wife was a woman of violent character.- After hearing the wife's story and the medical evidence, the Stipendiary said it was quite clear that an aggravated assault had been committed. The defendant James Griffiths would be fined 95 and costs, including legal and medical professional fees; the wife would be granted a separation order, with the custody of the children, and the husband would have to contribute 15s per week for their maintenance.

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