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The Man About Town.I

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BURGLAR'S BLEND,

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SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE.

_-""_61_-Great Fire in America.

ILLEGAL FISHING IN THE TAFF.…

- - -POVERTY AND POACHING…

-TO-DAY'S WEATHER, 4.39 P.M.…

The Battle of Inkerman.

[ Suicide at Aberdare. I

I LADIES' POCKETS.

A MAN OF MANY NAMES.I

SUPERSTITIOUS MOTHERS, I

SWEARING ALLEGIANCE.I

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A SWEETHEART.

She Wreck of a Spanish Ship.

PHASES OF JUVENILE LlF,

- SPORTSMEN AND THE GAME.KEEPER.

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SPORTSMEN AND THE GAME- KEEPER. A Collision and No Case. William Bright, John Norman, and Waltel Bushel, three persons living at Cardiff, were charged before the magistrates at Penarth Police- court this morning with respassing in pursuit of game at Lower Cosmeston Farm, Lavernock, on the 27th October. Harry Samways, a game- keeper in the employ of the Marquis of Bute, deposed that he first heard a gun being fired oc the land, and, going in that direction, saw Nor- man and Bright carrying a gun each, accom- panied lby the other defendant and two spaniel dogs. Witness then followed for an hour.and dur- ing that time saw all three work the land around the cliff at Lavernock. The gamekeeper suffered severe cross questioning at the bands of each defendant, who stated that although the keeper met them he did not charge them until the third time that they met. They denied than they had once shot at anything, or bad gone off the footpath. Evidence to this effect was given by Gunner Walter Groves, who was near the spot at the time. They explained that they were out with their guns shooting seabirds.-The Bench decided to dismies the cases, but gave each defendant a distinct warning that they should not fire the gun even if they were on the footpath.

1"""-THE RECENT MUNICIPAL…

COMMAND OF FHE ARMY.

"BROCKEY" IN TROUBLE AT BARRY…

-A ROW AT BARRY SHIPPING OFFICE,

A RECKLESS COLLIER:

-DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF COLCHESTER.

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