Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

34 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—FRIDAY.

. -HOUSE OF COMMONS.—EHIDAY.

Correspondence.

.,. DR. TRENCH AND DISSENT.

THE TORY MEETING IN THE SOPHIAI…

THE CONSERVATIVE FETE.

THE PROPOSED INVITATION 10…

AGRICULTURISTS AND THEIR LABOURERS.

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GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

THE EXPERIMENTS UPON THE GLATTON.'

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THE ÉKGINEvIEN OF THE STEAM…

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.-CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

SWANSEA. LECTURE.—On Thursday evening the Rev. Thomas Levi delivered a lecture in Welsh at Greenhill chapel. Alderman Phillips occupied the chair, and there was i a fair attendance. The subject of the lecture was the Land. of Canaan," and the reverend lecturer gave an interesting account of a recent visit which he paid to a land around which many sacred associations cluster. The .-peaker illustrated his remarks by some large maps. At the close a cordial vote of thanks was awarded to Mr. Levi fur his able lecture, and to Mr. Phillips for presiding. POLKE COURT, Yesterday, (before Mr. R. Richard. ) blizalieth Perkin, charged with being drunk andincapable 1U Ji^er^°°"s^reet, was discharged on payment of costs. ORKHOUSE C A.SE.—George Nicholls was charged with tearmg up his clothes whilst an inmate of the Work- Horn e. The charge was proved, and as the prisoner could not give any explanation of his conduct, he was sent to the House of Correction for six weeks' hard labour SURETIES OF THE PEACE. Mary Ann John applied ior sureties of the peace against William John It ap- peared that the parties had been on bad terms for some time past, and John threatened to do the complainant some serious injury. The defendant had been bound over for similar conduct in September, 1870. He was now ordered to find two sureties of JB5 each, and be bound over in hi own recognisance in the sum of .£10 to be of good behaviour for the next three months. ::> EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYED.—Thomas Griffiths was sum- moned by Mr. Thomas Phillips for leaving his employ- ment without giving the necessary notice. The com- plainant, who is an iron founder, said that on the Sth June he engaged the defendant at weekly Wages. There was nothing said at the time as to notice, but a week later he told the defendant that he should expect a month's notice, or that if he discharged him (defendant) he would give a month's wages. The defendant offered no objection, and continued to work. After being at work two days last week the defendant left without giving any notice, and went to work at higher wages elsewhere. The defendant urged that he did not have to give notice, because nothing was said about notice when the contract was entered into. The defendant was ordered to pay a penalty of 10s. and 8s. Gel. costs. SUPPORT OF A STEP-DAVGHTER.—William Bio .vett was summoned by Mr. Superintendent Allison for the sup- port of his step-daughter, who is an inmate of a Reforma- tory at LiveipooL The defendant said he had several children, and couVl only afford to contribute 9d. a week. Mr. Allison said he had reported this offer to the Rev. Sidney Turner, the Government Inspector, who directed him to take proceedings, as the defendant was in a posi- tion to contribute a larger sum. The Mayor asked the defendant if he could not pay Is. a week. Mr. Allison said he could'not accept Is. a week. If the defendant did j not pay a reasonable sum the child would be a burden upon the ratepayers. When a child was sent to a Reformatory it was desirable the parents should feel that they had not got rid of the responsibility, otherwise there would be an inducement to parents to allow their children to fall into crime, so as to get them sent to a reformatory. The Bench eventually ordered the defendant to contribute 5s. a-week. Mr. Allison said he would report to the Government Inspector, but be did not think the amount would be accepted. ROBBING A TILL.—Henry Gregor, a youth, was charged with robbing a till, at the Vivian's Arms. The barmaid saw the lad on the covoiter. placing his hand in the till, about nine o'clock yesterday morning..She raised an alarm, and the boy ran away. He was pursued, and given into custody. The boy had been before the court on two previous occasions, and he was now sent to gaol for two months with hard labour. The Mayor advised the pri soner to lead an honest life, and offered to give him employment when his time has expired.

ABERDARE.

TREDEGAR.

RHYMNEY.

I BRECON.

MERTHYR.

MURDER IN THE ISLE OF MAN.

COURT MARTIAL.

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MPW BAXTER ANIX DISESTABLISHMENT.'

LAW AND POLICE.

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