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SWANSEA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. C [Before J. C. Fowler (Stipendiary), J. G. Hall, and J- c- Vye Parminter, Esqrs.] LJ.UNK.âJeremiah Driscoll, labourer, 33, CharIe.3" street, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Llangyfelach-street on the 18th inst., and was fined 10»- -John Tudor, labourer, 70, Watkins-street, for a similar offence in Orchard-street, was fined 5s. and costs ov 6ve days. John Jones, blacksmith, Bank-terrace was snmmoned for being drunk and indecently exposing days eet on the 17th iD8t- F^ed 10s. or fi⢠n £ HZL°iLrf SACK-7E"e« Carter, Llangyfelach-street. (17) described as a "sawdust girl," was charged with stealing a sack from a cart in Singleton.street, the pro- perty of John Davies, a farmer, on the 27th inst. P-C, Lewis arrested and charged the prisoner, who now pleaded gailty, and was sent to prison for seven days with hard labour. DRUNK.âPatrick Coulan, 31, Charles-street, was summoned for being drunk in Waterloo-street on the 28th inst. Defendant was dismissed with a caution. JLVENILE THIEVES.-Ethelred Jones (11), 14 Harris- street, Pat.ick Riley (10), 31, Greeuhill-street, Eldred Jones (10), 14, Harris-street, were charged with stealing a pilot cloth coat from outside the shop of Mr. D. Selioe, pawnbroker, High-street, on the 27th Henry David Seline, son of Mr. D. Seline, identified the coat (produced) as his father's property. P. C. Phillip8 arrested and charged the prisoners. Riley and Eldred tn°r!L7âere di,cha,rged' but Ethelred Jones was ordered to receive six strokes with a birch rod. CRUELTY TO A. HORSE. â David Llovd haulier, Anchor-court, was summoned for overloading 'and work- Uscelles^RS P 15th inst Inspector Lascelles, R.S.P.C.A., proved the CPSC, and was corro- borated by P.O. Lewis, and Mr. Jam^s m Stewart, veterinary surgeon who remarked that defendant's h,°JZZZ q 6 °n J draw a load of two tons, which lefendant compelled it to.âFined 20s. ALLEGED THEFT. -Mary Davies, otherwise Jones, aged if' I!,uW' ?ryn?5 rI' was charged with stealing a piece )f poik value Is. from the shop of Mr. P G. lies, EHrWH 0n the 27th iD8t- Mr- T- Glasbrook srisonS. and 8tated that in consequence of >f nroceeH,^ 8 the Pro«ecutor was not desirous lismiesed W e charge. The case was therefore Fleet-strâ¬w»tGENT George Gordge, milk-vendor, tra7unX'Z%8UDaTned for le»â¢S horse and F?ned ""and eeosl° m the pDblic 8treet" the 11th inst. Sk^Uy^as^smn^T1^ Thomas, milk-vendor, the 21s't Februarv 0 ov 8elling adulterated milk on the borough anahrst g6aDk Johns Proved the case, and the 3 t SSâT.ht°"?i :h" °i,k ,0,d br was severely cautioned and fined £ 3 InTlmr' Defendant fineVSr111 drUnk 0xford-8treet, and was' RAID ON A CWRW BACK AT SWANSEA.â Jeremiah ff ne^18' Cwm-street; Thomaa Lewis, Pentre-atreet, Wm. Pugsley, 12, Clifton-t,pr»ace ⢠Morris Bresnon, 15, Greyhound-street â Edward Sullivan, 11, Llangyfelach-street; Bartholomew Flran 21, Greyhonnd-street; John Halliday, Jockey-street' Owen Ma^nwaring, 24, Matthew-street; Benjamin Walker, do.; John Morgan, 5, Tontine-street J iSSid Owens, do. Timothy Sullivan, 12 Strand ⢠James Lynch, 27, Charles-street; Martin Hunt^4 Llangv- felach-street; James Hayes, 6, Ann-street- Tnhn Davies, 12, John-street; John Sul'ivan. 3, Ann-street ⢠Wm. Rees Davies, 34, Garden-street; John Hennp-^v' 30, Orange-sL -et; Wm. Thomas, 159, Llangyfelaeh- street; were summoned for illegal presence in the Albert Club, Llangyfelach-street, on the 17th inst. Mr Mawdsley (Deputy-Town Clerk) prosecuted. Sergeant Coward (3) said that on the 17th inst. he A Isited the Albert Club with other policemen. He paid the visit nnder a warrant granted by the Stipendiary. He found 24 men in *ne room. They were sitting down drinking and making a disturbance. Some of the aiD wtrw quite druù, others half-drank, aDd others ¡. '1 ?r> ."Ki si; y.»(v :TJ Lga-mtbjee parts drunk. Witness asked the men if ;hey had any cards or tickets to show that they were members of the club. Only n-ne of tHe defendants had tickets^ of membership, or, at least, '⢠some soit of ?a!|8, j £ e cards bore the name and address of the o er,and 'sixpence paid. Witness saw several of the men pay for liquor. He saw no rules hung up in the room. There were no books in the house, only two daily, papers. At this stage one of the defendants x.. ⢠6 mles whatever, only a card of mem- WorshlP, while another chimed in, We «ffAia3T°!an^of.the club-" Witness, continuing, 8aidhe 8poke to Davies, the secretary, and asked for +0? l?les> butj he said he had none. The room con- 10 °0,Pter, over which liquor was served: one taoie, U chairs, a bench, and a paraffin lamp. There were no sar Hry arrangements on the premises, and no lavatory, only a sma'l back-yard.âP.C. Cutliffe corroborated the e\ Idence of his brother officer.âThe Stipendiary, in giving bis decision, said it was quite clear that the Albe-j Club was not an honest, bona fide c UD, but simply a di inking place. If the men wished to iorm a club, they could easily get an necessary in- formation of the Working Men's Club in Alexandra- clubs as the one the defendants had been riofT ^n' c011^ be allowed to exist, and r»a=n aD^s w°uld have to pay 15s. each or 7 days.âThe against Hughes, the steward of the club, would come on next week.

DEA.TH OF MR. JOHN BRIGHT.

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