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1THE BIRMINGHAM TRAGEDY.

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-I MRS WELDON AGAIN IN CÔT.

Irish Invincibles.

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Hidden Treasure at Castle…

THE CASE OF WOUNDING A VVOMAN…

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THE CASE OF WOUNDING A VVOMAN AT NEWPORT. A Lucky Escape. At Newport Borough Police-court to-day,-be-. fore the Mayor (Col. Lyne) and Mr T. P. Wans- hrough—Joseph Leyshon, mason, was charged on remand with cutting and wounding Sarah Ann ,ees. 7 Rees.—The complainant stated that shu had been living with prisoner for the past four years, prin- cipally at Cardiff, he having been employed by- Messrs Spiller and Co. Prisoner had been out of work since Christmas Eve, and on Saturday evening, the 3rd inst., h» directed her to go to his brother's house in Constable's- lani and ask him for the loan of 2s. Pr.soner atfcenvards camein, andthey all remained, and took too much beer. She quarrelled with prisoner because he would not go home; the quariei vyas renewed ia the street; they returned to the house, had more beer, and again renewed the dispute. Prisoner was eating some meat with a knife, and got up to strike her. The knife caught her under tho chin. Mr R. Cooke, surgeon That is totally different from wnat sue told me wheu she to my suigjry. She said then that he cut her throat. She was sober. Prosecutrix: I was drunk. He has been very good to me, and we have lived happily together. The Magistrates' Clerk Then you say it is an accidental scratch with an open knife whilst striking^you V—Prosecutor Yes. Joon Lsj tjoon, orother of prisoner, said there was a weJèing party in the house at the time- The M'Tgi^U'ities' Clerk What, had he married her? brother So.- The Magistrates' Clork (lt is almost time he did. Mr Cooke said it was a fortunate thing the knife was not sharper, if it had been the pri- soner would have been there on a different charge altogether. The wound was tour inches long, but it was not deep. That was more by luck than good manögement. Prosecutrix did not wish to press the charge, and said she. aggravated him to that extent that I:e did not know what he was doing. The Mayor told prisoner that he misrht have filled prosecutrix, and that he had no business to strike a woman vvith a knife in his hand.—Fined 40s, or a month's imprisonment.

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CARDIFF

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