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ODDFELLOWSHiP AT SWANSEA.

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The Westphalian Mines.

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ITHE FOREST OF DEAN OUTRAGE

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THE FOREST OF DEAN OUTRAGE Another prosecution arising out of the bear- killing incident in the Forest of D ian took place on Friday at Littleaean peti.yâe.s^ion.s-. Tho killing incident in the Forest of D ian took place on Friday at Littleaean peti.yâe.s^ion.s-. Tho magistrates on the bench were Sir T. H. Crawley (chairman), i R. J. Kerr and Alfred Bright, and two charges were preferred against William Williams (whi> surrendered to bail), first of assault- ing the four Frenchmen, whose case has already been detailed, and next of cruelly illtreating two bears. Milson Simmonds, labourer, said that he saw the prisoner Williams among the crowd attacking the bears. At Ruardeari prisoner went to a garden and got a pole, with which he struck one of tha foreigners on his shoulders. â The little bear that wa, killed wuii stones was despatched at Ruardean Pike, and the other that was shot at and stabbed died at the rear of Bishop's Wood. It liv ed 10 iniiHites after being shot.âHenry Vick gave corroborative evidence.âP.C. White said that prisoner came to the police-station and gave himseif up. --Alc Whatley, for the defence, called Beoj. Kirkiiou-^e, who said he saw Williams when two Fienchinen and one bear took refuge in a pig's cot. He saw a iilow aimed by a "short chap" at the Frenchman, but it hit the bear, and 'made him growl, tie did not think the man who hit the blow was \Víilj:¡nn.-J,)<>epls Kent, corro- borated, and said that he did not think Williams had a stick in his hand at alL-Artbur Hick said he and three others secured the big bear after a loug chase. When they returned a mob of 200 people took the aruiml out of their posses- sion. After the bear was shot the people set upon it with sticks. Williams was not armed with a stick, but he tried to get on and take â¢Â» the police.âThomas Cooksey said saw Williams prevent a man twice from to: ..v eg at the bear. aud urge him to be quiet., He did not thick Williams took auy part in the maltreatment of the bears. The bench dismissed the case of injury to the bears, and fined prisoner 10-i and costs for the assault upou the men.

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I FACTS AND FANCIES.

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