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SWANSEA PulJCE COURT.

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SWANSEA PulJCE COURT. Tuesday.âBefore Messrs. J. W. Jones, C. H, Pe! kins, G. Davies, O. Waiters, D. J. Davies. Benjamin Davies, sailor, was charged ^it'i having been drunk and begging in High-street. He remembered the drink but not the begging. He was now fined os. or seven days. John. Hughe.s, fireman, when met by P.S. Danaher near the Prince of Wales Dok. said he was waiting for a jump," meaning, explained the officer, that he wanted to get a berth on board ship. But the tide was out, and no ship going. When threatened with be- ing locked np Hughes replied, "I might as well be in as out." When told he was a suspected person, loiter- ?ug near the Prince of Wales Dock for ,?ill9-3 purpose of committing a felony, he a&ked, What is a felony ?" -On the application of the Deputy Chief Con- stable, prisonar was remanded till Thursday. Twenty parents were sumtaoned for liot sending their children to school. The child of Mr. John Thomas, Byron- crescent, 12 years old, was ordered to the Industrial School at Bonymaen till he would be sixteen.

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