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Coal Trimmer's Domestic Happiness.. HISTORY OF A LONG CONTINUED FEUD. On Monday morning last, at the Penarth Police Court, Walter Buckland, coal trimmer, Penarth, whs summoned at the instance of the Cardiff Board "f Guardians for non-rmiintunance of his wife, who is at the present time chargeable to the common fund of the Union- MrT. B. Belcher, solicitor, who appeared on behalf of the guaidians. detailed the history of the separation of the defendant from his wife, which originally took place about eight years ago. This was a compulsory separation granted by the magi*- trates, because defendant had deserted his wife- An order was at that time made reqoiiing defendant to pay 5/- a week lowards the maintenance of hi; wife. This was not complied with and the woman became chargeable to the Union fund, and an arrangement was corre to that defendant should pay this amount' to the guardians weekly. Failing again 10 comply j with this t defendant was summoned, and then offered to take his wife back to his home- The woman went home, but when she arrived there he 1 0 to:d her that if she remained he would make it a "hell upon earth for her," and proceeded to do so by abusing her- Another appearance before the guar- dians, and a further agreement broken ltd up to the present proceedings, the guardians, considering it a case that should be properly represented to the Bench in order to obtain a substantial order which they would take care to see cairied out. Defendant j earned E2 a week and could well affoicl to maintain his wife. Wm. Cox, collector, and Elizabeth Buckland were called to prove the circumstances, and the Bench decided to grant an older for a week and costs.
Iamp Smashing. MAGISTERIAL PROCEEDINGS AT PENARTH. Three young men named respectively Albert JBrockley, David Robson, and Joseph McCann, resid- ing at Grangetown, were summoned before the magis- trates at the Police-corn t last Monday morning for wfilnlly damaging a lamp belonging to the Penarth district. Council to the extent of 2a lid. ? The three defendants were seen by Mr Clode, the landlord of the Merry Harriers, peltirig- stones at a lamp near his house. He ran out after them, but they got a way. Mr E. 1. Evans proved the extent of the damage, and informed the Bench that hundreds of panes of glass were broken every year in the Penarth district, and these were the first persons caught, although, a reward bad been offered. Mr Clode also stated that the glass in 14 lamps had l een completely smashed one night last winter soon In after they were placed there. Defendants were each fined XI and costs, or in de- fault 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour, and ordered to pay the amount of dmage caused.
U hit-Ghat., BY RAM TILING; TOMMY.. Sbn well Road Baptist Sunday School Anniversary will bo held on Sunday (to-morrow), when sermons will be preached by Piincipal Gethiu Davies, of the Bangor Baptist College. Special hymns and anthems will be sung by the scholars. On Monday evening* following- there will be a tea and public meeting- F. H. Jotham, Esq-, C C., will preside, and the speakers will include the Rev. J. Gwilym Jones and the Hev. 1. (). Stalberg. 0 The annual meetings of the National Britit-h Women's Teirperance Association will be field in London next week. Three delegates will attend fiom Penarth, viz., Mrs Pyne, Mrs Pickforct, and Miss Bleb). o o The Penarth shop assistants will hold their nllual outing on Wednesday, the 26th inst. They will te conveyed to Weston by one of Messrs Edwards Robertson and Co.'a steamers, and will proceed from thence in brakes to Cheddar. Here they will pattake of dinner And tea, aud visit the caves and other places of interest. -I! Mess Edwards, Robertson and Co. have, during the past week, provided a varied programme for excur- sionists. Their popular boats have conveyed passen-< gel's to Bristol, Clevedon, We,,tou, Minehead, Lyn- mouth, Barry, and Clovelly. 0 0 0 Several of the newly-planted trees in our streets are suffering badly for the want of rain. The hot, scotching sun have burnt up the young foliage, and the trees now present a ( £ deadly appearance. o 0 o Overboard was the cry raised last Wednesday on one of the passenger steamers to Ilfracombe. But, it was only a man's hat. — 000 I am pleased to note that by arrangement with the Piei Companj. a series of evening concerts (weather permitting) will be given on the Pier during the summer months. The first will take place this (f ridaj) evening- at 7-30, by H, Pascoe Rutter's com- bination, including the celebrated contralto vocalist, Madame Emilie Snowdon, and the baritone, Mr Wallace Olnlds. A piano is specially supplied by Messrs Thompson and Shackell. o 0 o The Penarth Snowflake Minstrels wer6 engaged to given an entertainment at the I-oresters' Fete on b W nit-Tuesday, and so successful was their perform- ance that I understand they have no v several engage- 1 0 nients in view as a result. Here's luck to the snowflakes."
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