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SWANSEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before Messrs. Wm. Law and W. Edwards. WIDOW WEBB. Ellen Webb, widow, an old offender, was again charged with drunkenness. She was sent to prison for a month, a.nd will then bo asked to fi-d sureties. les. NUMBER TWO. Evan Jones, tram driver, New-street, was fined 20s. or 14 days for drunkenness, there being one other previous conviction against him. Thomas Down, cab proprietor, St. Helen's- avenue, was fined 10s. or 7 days for having been drunk while in charge of a horse and cab in Richards-place. "You're old enough to know better," said Mr. Law. IN COLLEGE-STREET. Geo. Haines, Llangyfelach-street, had to pay 20s. or go to prison for 14 days for using obscene language in College-street. ADMISSIONâONE SHILLING. Mary Lewis, Plasmarl-terraoe, married, Mary Ann Clark, widow, Rosebery-terrajse, three Rosebcry-terrace girls, namely, Annie Owens, Ada Lewis, Maggie Hughes, and a Rosebery-terraoe boy, named Richard May- berry were summoned for stealing coke, value Is. 6d., the property of Messrs. Bald win's, Ltd. They pleaded guilty, and were each fined Is. KEEP THE PEACE. Many Ann Owens, Foxhole-road, was bound over to keep the peace towards Ann Be van. AN EMETIC. "I met some friends amd had been having a glass or two," said Wm. Fhillips, Wes- tern-street, summoned for ils:~ j obsce-lk- language in Brynmelyn-street. Mr. Law: And then what was inside came out? Defendant: Yes, sir. 20s. or 14 days. r SATURDAY. (r^fore Messrs. John Powell and E. Forester). AS YOU WERE. Drunk list:-Alice Powell, an old offender, .!1 to prison for 14 days; Owen Thomas, labourer, 5s. Thos. Williams* Labourer, Vs. 6:1 or 7 days; James Morrisey, who also on Friday, created a disturbance at the Swansea Workhouse, 20s. or 14 days; Lily Argent, discharged, on promising to go to th 3 Workhouse. BAKER BARKER Henry Barker, baker, charged with steal trig a loaf of bread, value vd., from a bake- house at the back of 5, Beach-street, belong- ing to Richard White, was dismissed, no prosecutor appearing. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. Summonses for Industrial School arrears, against Dd. Davies. Brynmelyn-street, wOO Joseph Pascoe, Wellington-street, were aFi. jo-umed for a week. Thomas Lewis, Burlais-erescent; Robert Dennis, Gorse-road; and Evan Williams, Sebastopol-street, were order to pay s 6d a week towards the support of thear children in the Industrial School. MONDAY. Before Messrs. H Watkins and S. Goldberg. James Wl.ite, labourer, was drunk and' incapaoie on Sunday, and was fined 5s., or five days. Thomas Macdonald, labourer, had, in ad- dition to drunkenness, been guilty of in- decc exposure near the North Dock. It cost him 7s. 6d. or five days. Otaers fined for druneknness were: Rich- ad Ward, labourer, Wassail-square; Wm. North, labourer, and Samuel Evans, la- bourer, 10s. each or seven days Albert Fogh, seaman, 7s. 6d. or seven days; Den- nis Griffin, la.bourer, Mitchell-row, 7s. 6d., or seven days; WTalter Desane, labourer, Port Teimant, 5s., or five days Morgan Da- vies, millman, 7s. 6d.. or seven days. TUESDAY. Before Messrs. G. Davies, W. Thomas, and H. Watkins. WHEN HOLIDAYS ARE O'ER. I A dozen persons were charged with drunkenness and dealt with thus: -A--ninie Robbins, an old offender, sent to prison for a month Anorah Burke (another of them), sent to prison for a month; Mary Ana Es ten, sent to prison for ami will then have to find sureties Mary Kennedy, who, had also broken a pane of glass at the -CVnAro.! Ow.'jll, VSTS") e-arrt +o prison for two months; E!^n O'Brien, Anne-street was in charg» of a young child at the time of the bffence), dismissed with a caution; Thomas Sullivan, labourer, Strand, 7s. 6d. or five days; John Morris, fish packer, Pen- treguinea-road, 20s. or 14 days; William Jeffries, labourer, Loughor, cautioned; W. Crowley, Orange-street, 5s. cr five days; Thomas McVeigh, haulier, Ayfatty-street, 7s. 6d. or seven days; David James Hobbs, labourer, 5s. or five days. Elizabeth Pugh, against whom were 46 convictions, was. sent to prison for a month for riotous behaviour in High-street (noth- ing new). UNDER AN AFFILIATION ORDER. Daniel Morris, labourer, Upper Strand, summoned for arrears in an affiliation ordoe." due to Sarah Crowther (J33 4s. 6d.), was sent to prison for a month. MILITIAMAN'S DUTY TO HIS WIFE. The case of Philip Davies, labourer, Pen- villia-road. summoned by his wife for ar- rears, E2 Is., due on a maintenance order, was adjourned for a fortnight, defejidaat saying he was in the Militia, and had just come home from training.

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