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TOLD IN POLICE COURTS I SWANSEA. baturday.âjiot'oro Mr. A. H. Thomas nn tho chair), Major Morris. Messrs. J. II. Itosser, S. L. Grogor, Thomas lewis, and Thomas Jonas. On the application of Superintendent }{übert6, Albert Victor William* (29), a who was charged witli being an alis-ent.ee from the Naval Forces, was remanded till Monday. Owed Over £29. A miner named Jinios Jones (51), was charged with deserting his wife and two step-children, and allowing them to be- come chargeable to the Swansea Union. It was stated that the magistrates' order for maintenance was made in 1914s but he had not paid anything since. Defendant now expressed his desire to pay the ar- rearsâ £ 29 12s. in all-but he was sent to prison for three months. An Absentee. In the oounty section a Goraeinon soldier nf the 3rd Welsh Regiment named Charles Jeffei-son White, who was charged with beinp; an absentee, was remanded to await an escort. Bad Gorseinon Boys. In the Juvenile Court four Gorseanon boys were fined 15s. each for damaging 16 panes of glass in five unoccupied houses in Gorsemon. Mr. Dd. Glasbrook prosecuted, and a lad named Thomas William LewLs said lie saw the defendants throwing stones and doing the damage. The lads denied the offence, and pleaded tbat the were broken months ago. -During the evidence one of the boy's mothers tainted. In imposing the line the justices advised the parents to seriously talk to the boys. Get them to love their bookf." added the chairman, "and use their tune to better advantage." LLANELLY. Friday.âBefore Mr. W. B. Jones. Pte. Frank Burke, :3/Gth Welsh Regt., was charged with being absent without leave.âP.C. James said that when spoken to defendant said he had lofit his pass. On his way to the police station defen- dant ran away, but was caught in a garden in Prospect-place, where a struggle en-. Rued. Defendant kicked witness on the leg, and it was with diculty that be was got to the police station, where an expired pass permitting him to visit Swansea was found in his possession.âDefendant ad- mitted over-staying his leave, but denied having used any violence.âThe magis- trate ordered defendant to await a mili- tary escort

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