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-----SWANSEA QUARTER SESSIONS.

SWANSEA LANDLORD'S APPEAL.

NONCONFORMIST ULTIMATUM j…

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MYSTERY OF THE MOATED FARM…

Abergavenny River Mystery.…

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ISuicide Attempted at Abercrave.…

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.EDUCATIONAL PEACE CONFERENCE.;

ItE. RAWLINGS ON SOCIAL PURITY.…

SWANSEA MONEY-LENDERS - WIGGING."

Serious Riots at Trinidad.…

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT j

Monday.

SWANSEA METAL EXCHANGE.

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LIBERAL EARTHQUAKE.

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DYFATTY FIELD ON SATURDAY…

Theft of Copper Alleged.

SWANSEA ASSESSMENT COM-IMITTEE:

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Tuesday. DRUNKS. u, John Truboy, labourer, 61. Powell-street, drunk in High-street, was fined 5s. or :,tn>e ^a-TS" y^'i^'niies- -j. Orchard-street, John Campbell, 28. Tontine-street. bin,cher. was similarly dealt with. Alice Evans. p-ti- tute, W assail-square, was Ened 7s. 6d. for drunken and disorderly conduct in Waterljo- street. SUNDAY TRADING. The following were fined 5s. and costs for Sunday trading:—Samuel Craweou-r. Oxford- street Elizabeth Kerr, Alexandra Buildings; Kate Freedman, Carmarthen-read Charges J Hunt. 4, Burlais-crescent J Powe and an- ) other, 27, College-streat; David Martin, Heathfield-street; W. G. Cani-l-n. St. Helen's-road C. H. Powe, 10. CoHege-street. TOO LAZY TO WORK. James Robinson, no fixed Swans-5-" house, was charged with "being a oerson a ) e wholly or in part to maintain .y/uirseli. are chargeable to the Swansea Union. —Relieving Office" Walters said defendant had o.en 011 and off an inmate of Swansea Wo-.ku^sc for the past six years, going out. tor a couple of davs and then returning again.—-Dr. Hughes. nodical officer, stated defendant suffered from an old hip and wrist affaction. but the>v did r.ot deter him from working —Thomas Mor- gan. master at the Workhouse, -aid that ii defendant was given any labour tt. p.-riorm lie usually stood and looked at. it J'or his bad conduct defendant had been ejected by the order of the Guardians on one or two oc- casion.?. — The Bench said they would deal leniently with him on this occasion and send him to prison for seven days but if he came up again he would be dealt with as a IO^NA and vagabond. 0 PUBLIC-HOUSE CASE WITHDRAWN". A case against Frederick McGi:ih. cf the Six Bells, for selling and exposing intoxicat- ing i;quor.- during illegal train's, and one against David Williams, James-court, for being in the above house during illegal houis, Mere withdrawn.

PENTRE MURDER TRIAL.