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- SWANSEA DISTRICT

NEATH.

WEST WALES PORTS.

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"DING-DONG." |

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BANKRUPT'S HORSE AND TRAP.

"HOTBED OF PAUPERISM,"

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- ——! I SAVAGES AS FIRE…

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! CARABINEERS' COLOURS

LLANELLY BILL OF SALE.

j ASLEEP IN THE B-AR.

FIREMAN DROWNED AT SWANSEA,

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IFOOTBALL NOTES.

SCHOOL ATTENDANCES.

PIANOS IN SCHOOLS.

BRUSH ON THE DOORSTEP.

IRON STOLEN AT NEATH.

SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Griffith Davies, W. Thomas, and W. Lewis. UNDER LOCK AND KEY. A charge of rioting, brought against Catherine Driscoll, no address, was with- drawn, as she is now serving a term of im- prisonment on another charge. ONCE EVERY TWENTY YEARS. "I'm very sorry; I've been a teetotaler for nine months; and I'm sure you won't hear of me again. I'm very sorry, sir," said Henry Couch, shoemaker, Bathurst- street, charged with having been drunk and disorderly in Wind-street. Supt. Gill mentioned that he had been similarly charged 20 years ago. Mr. G. Davies (to defendant): We're sorry to see you here this morning. We hope it will be another 20 years befors you come again. We dismiss the case. Defendant: Thank you, sir. "FOR MEN MUST WORK," ETC. Thomas Jackson, for refusing to do his al- lotted task as a casual at Swansea Work- house, was sent to prison for 14 days. 1

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LLANDOVERY.

LLANDOVERY.