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I- SWANSEA POLICE COURT. I i Tuesday.âBefore Messrs. J. W. Jon" i Oakley Walters, J. Devonald. Darid I Meager. Golden Filth (?) i AbraJiam Golden (57), a pedlar, was; charged with being drunk and disorderly! in High-street.âFined 7s. â¬d., or seven days.âSuperintendent Roberts stated that when Golden was searched at the Police Station some hundreds of cards of a certain nature were found in his pos- session. Superintendent Roberts now ap- plied that the Bench make an order that the cards be con&scated and destroyed.â The Bench made the order, the Chair- man remarking that they would clear the town to that extent. The Price of Beer. Thomas Francis (SO), a French ship's! master, was charged with being drunk! and disorderly in Harbour.-Fined 128. inclusive. Charles Jones (28), haulier, was charged with being drunk whilst in charge oi a horse and cart in Harbour* road. ,D Too LatM William Broomford was summoned for allowing his son Albert, agod 11 years, to street trade after nine p.m.-cautioned Richard Carter was summoned for al- lowing his stepson, James Thouias, to street trade after nine p.m.-Fined 2s. 6d. No Badge. Mts. Hannah Roberts was summoned for allowing her son David, aged 12 'years, to street trade without wearing his badge.âFined 2s. 6d David James Keest (17), and WilliaTaI; Isaac (27), both haulier, were each fined: 5s., for driving horses and carts without, lights on December 16th. t A Lonely Gee-gee. William J. James was summoned for I being at a distance from his horse, and not having proper control over the same, in Oxford-street.âCharles Dickens, a C J Juration employe, gave evidence.â James was fined lOe. inclusive. Alleged Boy Burglars. I Four lads, Francis John Cotter (15), Michael O'Brien (15), Peter Whittey (12), and James Hayes (12), were charged ih the Juvenile Court with burglariously breaking and entering a greengrocer's ahop carried on by Mrs. Margaret Con- don, at 125, Llangyfelach-street, Swan- sea, at 3.30 a.m. on December 27th, and: stealing therefrom three metal cigarette cases, two tobacco pouches, 30 Jaffa oranges, and a pair of rases and knivea, value in all 12s. On the application of Superintendent Roberts defendants were remanded for a week, as all the property had not yet been recovered. â I

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WOMEN INVENTORS.

JERSEY MARINE CHILD BURNT.

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