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SWANSEA POLICE COURT j

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Monday. Before Messrs. W. Watkins, S. Goldberg, and Joseph Rosser. A BRCTAL HUSBAND. William Morrell, labourer, 98, Golden-row, Port Tennant, was summoned for assaulting his wife. Mary. There had been a dispute about borrowing money, when defendant stiuck her, gave her two black eyes, and other injuries. — Elizabeth Westwood, a neighbour, and Elizabeth Benson, from whom defendant rented two rooms, gave corrobora- tive evidence.— Defendant was sent to prison for a month's hard labour. A separation order was granted the wife, defendant to pay 10s. a week, she having charge of the children. STRUCK OLT. A charge of stealing a sovereign from the person of one John Francis, on March 21st, was struck out, as prosecutor did not appear. SELLING PAPERS. Wm. Wheat ley, 56, Caebricks, for permit- ting his child, under the age of 16. to sell papers in Oxford-street on February 28th, was fined 5s. or three days. AN IMPROPER REMARK. Annie Jewell, married. Fabian-street, was summoned for using abusive language towards Arthur Jenkins.—Mr. R. T. Leyson defended. --The offence lay a remark defendant made to the effect that her husband was the father of another woman's child. — Defendant was lined 15s. or ten days. DRUXK. These were fined for drunkenness :—Sarah Prust, Brynmelvn-street; James Bearty, hawker (no fixed); John Davies. labourer (no fixed) Joseph Mune. labourer, 78, Fleet- street William Burrows, mason (no fixed); Charles Jones (no fixed), labourer; Robert Hancock. boatman, 10, Burman-street.—<ieo. Hellier, 13. Vincent-street, was dismissed with a caution.—Samuel Sbarland. 9. Otto- street, who appeared in the uniform of H.M. Navy, was said, among other things, to have thrown P.C. Howard out of Goat-street Sta- tion, but this he denied, and claimed that the officer had been rougher on him than neces- sary. As he had been locked up since Satur- j day, he was dismissed with a caution.— Cornelius Sullivan, fireman, Greenhill. had a double charge against him—drunk and die- orderly in" High-street, and wilfully breaking rive panes of glass in a cell at Goat-stieet Sta- tion damage, 2s. 6d. INDECENT BEHAVIOUR- Catherine Martin, no fixed, for "soliciting in Thomas-street, was fined 4>s. or <me m°n f hard labour.—Laura Portlock, 79. Strand, an Martin Hampton, labourer, were charged wi 1 an act of indecency in Thomas-street. e woman had three convictions aPalI)s* er" 1 e was fined 40s. or a month's hard labour the man. against whom nothing was known, 20s. °R' FATAL WEDDING. Mr. W. Franks, manager of "The Fatal Wedding" Company, was granted permission to allow three young children to appear at the Grand during the week.

SWANSEA METAL EXCHANGE.

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LIBERAL EARTHQUAKE.

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Theft of Copper Alleged.

SWANSEA ASSESSMENT COM-IMITTEE:

Tuesday. j

PENTRE MURDER TRIAL.