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fERRIBLE WRECK OFF SULLY.

THE RECENT DISASTER AT BARRY.

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CADOXTON POLICE COURT.

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CADOXTON POLICE COURT. rHURSDAY. — Before Major General Lee and Major Thornley. ALLEGED ASSAULT.—W. Sayers,a sub-contractor, charged T. J. Davies, contractor, of Cardiff, with assaulting him on the 9th ult.. on the Waycock- road. There was a cross-summons. Mr. Alfred Jackson appeared for T. J. Davies. A number of witnesses were called on bothisides.'and the parties were bound over to keep the peace for six months in the sum of £10. ASSAULT.—David John summoned John Bastow for an assault which took place on the 4th inst. A number of witnesses were called, and defendant was fined 5s. and costs. DKUNKS."—The following persons were fined for being drunk :—Dennis Dwyer, 5s.; Jeremiah Seine, 5s. and costs John Moss, 5s.; Thomas Phillips, 5s. George M'Kenzie, 2s. 6d. Isaac Herbert, 5s., John Chappell, 5s.; Daniel Donovan, 5s. and costs. A VIOLENT FELLOW.—John Harfoot, plasterer, was charged with assaulting Police-constable Phillips and refusing to quit, on the 8th December, at the Royal Hotel.—Mr. B. G. Davies appeared on behalf of Mr. Williams, the proprietor.—Defen- dant expressed his regret, but was fined 10s. in each case. KEEPING GUNPOWDER WITHOUT A LICENSE.— For this offence J. Phillips, ironmonger, was fined .61, and George Rutter, contractor, Barry, AL 1. POACHING.—Leopold Settford was charged by John Werdt, gamekeeper for Mr. John Cory, J.P., I Porthkerry. with trespassing in pursuit of game on the 3rd inst.—Fined 10s., or seven days. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE CASES.—For not regularly I sending their children to school Michael Bryan and Charles Metherel were each fined 5s. LARCENY.—William Can oil, a boarding-house keeper's runner, was charged on remand with stealing two coats and a pair of boots, value 36s., belonging to a Barry Dock boarding-house keeper named Halversen. He was remanded to Penarth on Monday, bail being allowed in the sum of k25 and a surety of £10.

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