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1 XCIE PROSECUTION AT SWANSEA.

THE EVANS WILL SUIT.

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TRADE REPORTS.

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THE CHARGE OF SHEEP STEALING AT MERTHYR. At Merthyr police oourt on Wednesday (before Mr. J. Bishop, etipendiary), David Jones, said to belong to the RbOlAdda Valley, was brought up on remand charged on suspicion of storing five sbeep. It will be recollected from cur report in Monday's paper that the prisoner sold the sheep for uOs to Mr. Martin, butcher, of Merthyr, and on keivg subsequently arrested on susp cion of stealing them by Police sergeant Caleb Davie*, he made several statements aa to how he bjoima pcsHEed of the aidnialp. geierAL other witnesses were now brought against the priecrer, the moet important of whom was Bowel Ho-vellii, butoher, of men Rhymney, who eaid that on the 8th of January he took 43 sheep Irom Dowiais Station to Treiegar, to his emplc yer, ThemnL4 Phillips, who had sent him for tlem. He found six or the sheep were not for bim. In consequence of a telegram received from Dowiais he took the six eheep on the 9th along the road towiardil that plaoe. One of the sheep failed en the way, and he put it on a dray to be taken to Mr. Jones, of Dowiais. Prisoner overtook him near Nantjbwch Station, and they got into a talk together. Prisoner said he was used to driving sheep, and that as he waa going to Dowiais he would take them to Mi. Jonea. Witness then took him into a public-houae, and gave him aome beer. Prisoner said witness should not go over the mountain, and that he would take the aheep to Dowlaia for him. Witness then paid for the toll, and gave prisoner the ticket and 2d for taking the libeep on. Instead of doing this, however, he brought them into Merthyr, and sold them as before stated. It was stated by the police that there were several convictions recorded acriinat the prieoner, who was now oommitted for trial at the assizes.

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ImQCKn.Q RAILWAY COLLISION…

A GHOST STOhY OF TO-DAY.

SOUTH WALES INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS.

-HEAVY SENTENCES ON CRIMINALS.

- A BRISTOL ELOPEMENT.

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THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE…

THE CAI'E AND NATAL MAIL JLO-.RVIOE.

FUNERAL OF THE LAIS SEEJSANT…

BEISTOL AND WEST OF ENGLAND…

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THE TaY BHlDGS DI^ASTEE.

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MURDER AND SUICIDE IN SWITZERLAND.…

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IIA RUJi WITH TH&ULAM JitttAN-MiiRE…

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THE SP £ ING ASSIZE.".

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