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KEEP SPICES

TURPENTINE

FOR BEES' STINGS.

TO REMOVE VARNISH,

IN JAM-MAKING,

NETTLE BEER.

TO POLISH MARBLE.

DOMESTIC RECIPES.

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NORMA NORTON'S Y0Y7: OB. AN…

CHAPTER XLII.

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TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AT BARRY.

NEW PARK FOR PENARTH.

COOLING, REFRESHING, INVIGORATING.…

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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PENARTH rOLiOE COURT !

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PENARTH rOLiOE COURT WEDNESDAY.—Before Colonel Thornley and j Mr H. J. Simpson. WILFUL DAMAGE. Arthur Henry Matthews, aged 15. of West Cottages, Penarth, was fined 20* for wi fully damaging a seat at. Penarth Cliffs, the property of the Urban District Council, hy cnttfng- his name thereon. NO PEOSECUTOB, Arthur Lle^eHy.), a (3rs.rv-e*?.• n c'.mf up on remand to answer a charge of Ptealing a shilling by means of a trick belonginc TO John Harwood, Cogan. The prosecutor did not j:ut in an appearance, aud the accused was discharged. WANTED A DRESS FOR THE" CORONATION." j On Coronation eve, Harriett Reegan, 20, Glebe-place. Penarth, was walking along Glebe- street, when she noticed, hanging curtside the shop of Mr T. Bomash, pawnbroker, a dress of many colours, which she pledged a.bout two years ago. While the assistant's back was turned she took away the dress for her daughter to wear during the Coronation festivities. She was now charged with stealing the dress, and the Bench bound her over in B5 to come up for judgment when called upon. UNPROVOKED ASSAULT. Gustave Kohn, a Norwegian sailor, was sent to prison for a month's hard labour for an unprovoked assault upon Ellen Mary Kelly, of 28, John-street, Penarth, on the evening of the 24th ultimo. Complainant), an old lady, was standing on her door-step talking to her daughter, when defendant came along and invited them to j go with him for a drink, and because they refused he picked up a shoe-last which was holding open the door, and struck Mrs Kelly a violent blow on the bead, inflicting a wound an inch-and-a-half in length. EASTBROOK BOYS LIKE JELLIES. Three Eastbrook lads. George Bacon, Richard Packer, and George Packer, appeared to answer a charge of stealing a quantity of table jellies, value 2s lOd, the property of George Bird, provisiou merchant, Cardiff.-From the evidence of Alick Tooley, a carter, it transpired that whilst he was driving a trolley containing goods in the neigh- bourhood of Eastbrook on the 25th ultimo the jelly was taken from the back of the vehicle. The lads pleaded guilty, and were bound over under the First Offenders' Act. I

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