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SWANSEA DISTRICT.j

Incident at Clydach Fair

!Pontardawe Police Court.

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Pontardawe Police Court. —— FRIDAY. Before Messrs. Herbert Lloyd. H. G. Strick H. X. Miers, E. G. BentWll, F. GilV-U- 1 so'.i. a-nei D. Griffiths. J LIGHTS. Daniel Jones, haulier, Swansea, summoned for-driving a horse and cart having one light only, was ordered to pav co-ts.—Charles lubbs, luuiher, Swajisea. similarly charged, llfged wet weather and oth'^r unf iTOui ab'e con- a it ions in extenuation. He was dismisist'd. DOG LICENCES. Twelve a,n;1 sixpence a time was the proili to the Court on the following poor unionu- nate individuals, who had omitted to secure licences as well as collars for their several dogs :—Henry Thomas and David Joseph, stdel workers. William Moses Bevan and John Griffith Thomas, colliers, ail of Treb «nos, a.nd John Jones, collier, Ystalvfera. FURIOUS. Riding a bicycle "furiously" 00* Charles Aubridge. an Ystalvfera haulier, the modest sum of 2s. 6d. and costs. DRUNK The policeman's haut of "drunks" for the past fortnight, totted up like this —William Rcmmington, coach builder, Ystalvfera; James Davies, collier. Brynamman Edward Jones, collier, Ystalvfera David Rees, John Phillips, a.nd Jolin Lloycl, Clydach colliers: B. Jor-es. Pontardawe: William Morgan. col- Ik r. Glais: Thomas Morris. Gwihm Davies. Ystalvfera Edmund Davies, I mason. Trebauos David King, mason, Swaii- sea Joseph Lewis, labourer. Pontardawe and John Jones, labourer. Cilybebyil. fho-e were fined. Oven Howells. labours-. Ystrad- cvnlais, was let off on payment of costs only. SCHOOL. Jcdni Alien, tinworker, Clydach, was fined lor not sending his child to school reguia-rlv. DKUNK OX LICENSED PREMISES. Howell Howelis. check-weigher. Brynam- man. was summoned for being dmnk and re- fusing to quit the Crown. Inn. Eyidence was offered by P.C. Griffiths and the landlord— John Pritchard Jones.—Fined £1 and costs in each case. A "HOPELESS CASE." An.other young ma.n summoned for chunken- and refusing to quit the Cross Hands, Alltwen, was Daniel Price, haulier. Defend- ant. who pleaded guilty, had been there he- fore. Mr. Lloyd said: Yours has been a hopeless case for some time. We ii n,uw send you to gaol for seyen days, and then you will have to find two sureties for your good behav- iour for the next six months. Failing that, you'll remain in gaol for another two months.

INEATH.

Neath Police Court.

BRITON FERRY NOTES.

IBURRY PORT NEWS.

TLANSAMLET.

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