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SWANSEA DISTRICT.j

Incident at Clydach Fair

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Incident at Clydach Fair DeLenninat on stands out in l':inp> on .1¡: V\ hit head, a Swansea chipped petat. Di in. He atundt d the Ctydach Fair, and strenuously ma.ina a in- d a right (to whi'h Sergt. Button o„ec '<d.i I.. hawk his wares iiear the en- tuiiic aiiiiuugh the cr,j tv;us ^rea' at the I s. !.c;ed. Asked ;:1 Pontardawe Police (a»uit on Fri- day if lie na-ic guilty of ohstnTcl ing th • thorou-h'ifi', James st> ■•tit- jAp-li.]. "No i'JJr. Sergt. Button gave evidence, and said de- fendant had with him a chipped potatoe cart. Whitehead Chipped potatoe van, please. Sergt. Button (obligingly) Well, we'll call it a van. There was a crowd about, and I told him there'd be a larger crowd there in the evening, and that he'd better go into the field. Whitehead replierl no, he wouldn t move from there. I saw him again, continued the sergeant, "at seven o'clock, and again askeel F.im to leave, as he was causing an obstruc- tion. He told me then he paid a shilling a year to the Swansea Corporation, and he shouldn't move from there. Whitehead was now "causing an obstruc tion" more and more, so the officer urged hi 111 to go into the field. "I am not friendly with Studt." he replied. "Then go and see White." persisted the officer. "White's place is dull." said Whitehead. So Sergt. Button took his name and ael- dress. 1 Whitehead put questions intending to show that he had been moving up and down, and called a bov witness. John Walter. P.C. Hale and P.C. Gammon took part in the discussion. The first saw Whitehead mov,- fifteen yards; the second did not see any motion whatever. Five shillings and costs.

!Pontardawe Police Court.

INEATH.

Neath Police Court.

BRITON FERRY NOTES.

IBURRY PORT NEWS.

TLANSAMLET.

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