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RUMOURED SWANSEA VOLUNTEERS…

.A-ST. MARK S SALE OF WORK.

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CLYDACH SCHOOL BOARD.

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GOWER ROADS: LOCOMOTIVE TRAFFIC.

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A MORRISTON MAN'S ADVENTURES.

Three Tradesmen the Worse…

A Small Gang at Work.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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< Wednesday. Before Messrs, W Walters. J. Powell, F. H. (l'yn Price, E. Rice Daniel. J. E. Boundv ,:I,I Joseph Davies. r ^Ln'riiigton <28), 79, Strand, was 's' OI' ^ve days for dninkenness.— -v die. 276. Carmarthen-road, and Ellen .JcTte; Dallas Sullivan), 19, Ann-Street, botn offenders, were s-ent to prison for 21 and r xtspect iveiy. I here was no prosecutor in the case of <~eo*-ge Harrisen, coinnieicial agent, 104, i»h(>ucida.-strect. ,• barged with stealing Is. 11a. nom a till at iia Bruanwick Inn. Duke-street, Th.. ease was struck out. A1r ,liani ^niitb (15). 19, Sloane-street, Alfred .(ones (15) 4. Paxton-terra.ee, and WU- Reginald Carter (14). 10. Goreieinoii- piuce. were jointly charged with stealing and receiving a number of pipes, pouches,%ic., ironi the Swans'a, market. Defective-Ser- Pe<,n Means sai l he had received complaints: troin tradesmen in the market. From infor- mation icceived defendants were taken into custody at N.?ath. P.C. Bounds. Xeath, had of purses (td other articles ■ndiieh. together with the boys, he iianded over to Sergeant. Aliens. Williain Phillips, :l young man in the urplov of y.Ir. Musgrave- •dso gave evidence. On" the application of tlie Deputy Chief Constable defendant* were remanded till Monday. These persons were fined for drunkenness James Harris, labourer, Bhickpdl; TJhomas Charles, labourer, Swansea: Jonn Hoare, labourer; John Gibbon. H King, cab driver; and Efnes maber. Swansea. « G. W. Rutherford, br.^f' 1-^a1n.Sea- '^as fined 10s. inclusive f°r Tl, rr L 'Jlc.vcle on the footpath and Edward Gammon, haulier, Swansea, a similar ain°u 1 clrunig with- °UEbfnS'er Davie^ colher Penewar, near Gorseinon. was s>u Thomas for assault, He -r. a committed on Oct. 14th.—Mr- Hen^r Thompson, who de- feuded, an amicable 15,6 K,Se' «««• hear- inf. T. • i i. 0?d iTlSkifS- Caerg^ydd, w„5 sumuio c„ ^'oirnus, of Vexafacli. ^or ;V j.ist "Week in r .iu'(>s'e out of another heard I;»st weeu. in "which the relative posi- tions of complainant and rU? i f 1 versed.—Mr. Yiner WCTi -e" Int, and Mr. Hy. Tho^i^T8 ff,°r ^0fPlain- .1 °J Provocation.- Several wit- nesses weie iieard. ^he four magistrates pre were nnaye- to agree, and conse<fuent-ly th" case was tusnugsed.—Mr. Joeder applied ioi' a new summons, wliich wu1 fused. ) 11

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