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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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County Business. Before Messrs. W. Walters, J. Powell, A. Thomas and J. E. Boundy. William Perkins and David* Thomas, labourers. Swansea, were summoned for using obscene language on the MumbJes train on Sunday evening, September 21.—Mr. Dormer Andrews prosecuted, and stated that Inspec- tor Rees was called to the top of a second class carriage between Oystermouth and West Cross, where he liad been making a noise and interfering with passengers.—Inspector Rees (Iraniways Co.) testified to these facts, add- ing "There's no end of trouble on Sunday nights—it's really disgraceful.Sergt. Hon- kins (Mumbles) and another officer, corro- borated.—Defendant Jenkins, who had been very noisy during the hearing, was fined 40s. inclusive or 14 days' hard labour; Thomas, who was represented by his wife, was also fined 40s. or 14 days.

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