TOWN AND COUNTY

... Jury:- Vr1. 0. R. Partway, mnercbant, Gros-Tovred Thremnl. irr. W. i Aaquith, iron merchant, 25, Cardigan-rcad *Mir. Edward Bissinrton, hatter, 55, Cardigan-road. -Tr. S X-ZCcrniok lsrede, WsR-Ipap-rr merrsant, 1, Bnrt-csres. Mr. Clarlxsen Close, aceuntant ...

GLAMORGAN ASSIZES

... man, .ramed Phcenis, at 24, Peel-street, Ta-dif. T On the evening of the date in qiiestioh, she wreut ir round to the Cardigan Arms for a jug of beer. on Ther fe ismet prjsoner, who insulted her and Hi slapped' her, in the face 'without provocation. t ...

BIRMINGHAM ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS

... police. In tdle e&ases of the Tinction Inn, Cardigan Street, full-lioeiesed house: the Talbet inn, Talbot Street - Carver's Arms, Carve~r Street: and Class-etluter's Arms. Hospital Street, th1ree 1'eerhereses. and John WhVhitnev, 85, Navigation Streel, seller ...

QUARTER SESSIONS

... Davies, David Duncan, John Prancis, Richard to ~\tH y GUY. W. H. IHarris, IV. Hedley Hoop0er, Albert O sie Eruest Howell, Joshn Marshall, John Lewis ike Prager, Edwsa.rsl Roes, Joen Augustus Sant, ?? I ue S. Shipton, Atbert Shepherd, John Thomas, and i 'he ...

LEEDS BANKRUPTCY COURT

... Mr. Thos. Marshall.) t t A LEEDS JEWELLER'S AFFIRS. The first psublic examination took place of Jesse Dobs0n,s I of 48, Cardigan-read, Leeds. and formerly corrying on business as a jeweller at 29. C(ommsrcial-strset, but now out of business. Proceedings ...

UNIVERSITY OF WALES

... and a the borough authorities, and the question of ud amount, if any, to be contributed, by tbe ,6 asylum ?? Rev. John Williams ief (Cardigan) advocated the procuring of consei's ng opinion as to whether the committee: were ey legally liable for a contribution ...

LOCAL POLICE-COURTS

... Ragerstine, id who gave as her address Morgan's I dining-room, said she first made prisoner's acquakintance in the Cardigan Arms. They p I lived together first at 36, West Church-street, De lY and then at another address, and finally they 1 ,el took ...

Bristol Police Court

... into £30, and that money had bhen-spent From first to last the children had always bean-dirty since the death of their father, John Ottley, the society's inspector, said that he had previously cautioned the woman. 1Further evidence was given. The woman denied ...

OXFORD CITY COURT

... midnighlt, was sen- tenpced to seVen1 nays hard labour. Simoses for ridling~ biycye~e ~ibthou't lights wero preferred agaijist John Ballard, Ballnury-road, in thatthoroulghfare bn the 10th inlst., who was iined is. and 3s. costs; and Rachel Lynn, Walton-street ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... wts eventually decided to put bim on bis good behaviour for one mouth6. A son promised to take charge of him. OW&MSi WVATETD.-John Jolly, 26, Ward Street, was charged with being in possession of a lady's silver watch. supposed to hare been ?? watch was found ...

THE DIVORCE COURT

... the evidence a police- constable said that the respondent bad been charged with bigaamy, and at tha aesizes- in- 1899 at Cardigan le pleaded kuilty to a ulgamenos mlarriage witLI Ruth 6imblett, and was sentenced to on.e day's ?? F. J~une inquired wrhy ...