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Thursday. Before Messrs. J. H. Leaver, Bowel Watkins. J. Powell, J. Rosser, and Jolni Lewis. Tliere were 15 cases in all—mostly v. oni'ii— Alice Powell (49) no fixed, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Pentreehwytli-road, on Wednesday, was dismissed with a caution. --I-:iizabeth Thomas, no fixed, had 17 previous convictions against her. three since last June. She was sent to prison for a month, and told that if she cam* there lIgnin she would be sent to an Inebriates' Home.—Margaret Davies, Wassail-sijuare, drunk on the Sands John i McNeigb. labourer, 20, Vivian-street; Ben. jamin Grey. 15. Farm-lane Henry Stephens, Briton Ferry; Wm. White. Inkennan-street; Ellen Johnson, 13, Miers-street, were fined in small amounts.—Johanna Bevan. 7. Pinkney- street, and Sarah Davies. 6. Pinkney-street, were drunk and fighting in that thoroughfare, j 15s. or 7 days each. William Macdonald, York-court, was fined 7s. 6d. for using obscene language. The Head Constable said tliere had been many com- plaints of the bad language used in this court, particularly from gentlemen staying iu the Hotel Metropole. Isaac Dwyer. 138. Llangyfelach-road. and Archibald Matthews. 57, Band-street, errand boys, were each summoned for driving hand- carts on the pavement. They were cautioned and dismissed. The licence of the Landore Inn was trans- ferred to Frederick Wedlake. Evan Thomas. 7. Strand, and Margaret Davies. Plasma ii. both charged with drunken- ness, were dismissed. Mary Ann Knight. 45, Wellington-street, was summoned for neglecting her child on September 16. and other dates. On the ap- plication of Mr. I-dwards, the case was ad- journed for a week.

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