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CLYDACH SCHOOL BOARD.

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GOWER ROADS: LOCOMOTIVE TRAFFIC.

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A MORRISTON MAN'S ADVENTURES.

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A Small Gang at Work.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

County Business.

Monday.

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Monday. Before Me-i-i-.s. Howel Watkius, J. Rosier, S Goldberg and F. Rocke. William Morgan, captain of the echoonet IV'spatcli, and Daniel Giiffiths, labourer, were lined, for drunkenness. John Morgan, Strand, was sent to prison for 14 days hard labour, his offence beinc that or begging 11 The following temporary transfers were made: Of the Cliri-stoplier Hotel, from Airs, (ntn to Cap. John Rowlands; RhondoL. Ilotel. from Mr. Lewis to Thomas Turn. i Alexandra Hotel. Oxford-street, from Wilram Jolin Jenkins, to Robert John Thorne; of ihe- Adelplu Hotel, from Cap. John. Rowlands to John Jenkins. Rose Darrock (alias Mrs. Evans). 79, Strand, who had twelve previous convictions againtt her, was charged with drunkeniie- and sent, to prison for a month. She was told that if she was brought- there again, she would be sent to an inebriate's home. Benjamin Jones, labourer. Strand wa- cbaiged with being dunk and disorder- in Coat-street on Saturday, and with wiifus'v b re a king two panes of glass in a cell at the Goat-street station. He was sent to pru o fo- a nontn « hard labour on each charge John Williams, collier. Pontardawe ano }t¿lJ g.¡ l'et E-mns, 2. Mariner-street, were e«ch rned -0$. or fourteen days for indecency. Martin Curran, seaman, Sailors' Home." was ,,n ll),r d^iinkenne, A charge again, t Elizabeth Davies, no fixed, was adjourned foi a week, with a view to having her .sent to au meb; iate.<"home. Captain Hid. master of the St. was fined 10-. for not having his dog muzzled chained. s Tiioma. Johns. 23. Dyfatty-s-fc;est, a piivat" in the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. wa«' sum- momcl for drunkenness I ',I a, book- ing clerk at the G.W.R. station, 'lliere wa- no p' osccutor. }:Jlen Louisa ENcn. married woman of 132. Lodney-street. M as summon d for av- satiliing Ciaia A. H-epat! }K r sister. Sne knocked her with a bru h I.n ihe shouMe- li.erc l.ad been some depute about the ownei- of nn article If iurmttuv. Case disrris- sea. John Godsall, 10. Greyhound-street., and his wile, Annie, weie summoned for negU'ctini their five childien.—Mr. J. Viner Leeder, who appeared for the defence, stated that the female defendant had broken her arm. and it had been dressed that morning.—The case Ni-li5 consequently adjourned for a fortnight. Jens Jensen, innkeeper. Crown Inn. Strand was summoned for assaulting .John Bllwden. ^f1'; 'L!K'iitfjsej/i defended, and found plaintiff somewhat recalcitrant. He shoutec" his replies in a most impudent way. OIl one occasion Mr. Thompson, after bearing a. good deai of vociferation quietly, suddcnly'shouted out at the top of his voice, "Will you listen to me. my good man!"—Witness was so sur- prised that he was literally- "hoist with his own petard." and fairly jumped in the box, greatly to the amusement of the Bench He then subsided.—The defence was a total de- nial, and suggested that Bowden. the com- plainant' was obstrepeious and disordeilv on the night in question, and interfered in a dis- pute between a Frenchman and Jensen.-Case dismissed, amidst the protests of complainant.

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