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GRAND XMAS TRANSFORMA TIONS.

A Sensible Temperance Speech.

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- 'ISCAUTIS WELL VENTILATED.…

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY AND SWANSEA.

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- GREENHILL DONNYBROOK

Fresh Row at Greenhill.

Six Bells Inn Case.

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Six Bells Inn Case. At Swansea, on Tuesday, Frederick McGraith, Six Bells Inn, was summoned for selling intoxneants to a drunken person.- Mr. Laurence Richards prosecuted Mr. Dor- mer Andrews defended. P.C. Skinner said that in the corner of the bar-room three men were standing, two of 00 whom were drunk. On the counter were two large glasses, two empty, the other partly filled with beer. When he drew the atten- tion of the landlady to it, one of the men was taking up a glass of beer. The land- lady replied "No, the men are not drunk; neither have tihey been served." The officer pointed to the man, and said, "Look, he's drinking a large glass of beer now!" 'No be has not been served," said the landlady. One of the men, named Swandle, was vio- lent, and had to be handcuffed. The Bench You are quite sure he drank the beer in your presence? Witness Quite certain, sir. When, 'ater on, t.he landlady was told she would be sum- moned, she replied, "No, the has not been served with beer ;he had a soda water, you can smell the glass!" at the same time hold- ing a glfciss in her hands. The landlady went on, "I don't know why, but tibe police are down on the Six BelJis!" By Mr. Andrews He did not see them men served. P.C. Beynon corroborated. P.C. Howard testified that Swandle, when brought in, was dflunk. For the defence, Gladys Evans, barmaid, swore that the person named only had a soda. Ch tS. Waddingham told how he had been called on to turn the man Swandle out. He had not been served with beer. By Mr. Richards When he enformed the policeman that he had been trying to get the man out he refused to listen to him. The landlady said she saw the men coma in—one was served Math beer, the other with soda. Thomas John, Corcoran, paper manufac- turer, Bidstol, who was on the premises all the time, corroborated. After h:ilf run IK ur's retdrement, the MAO-is- trates concluded that the evidence was not sufficient, and dismissed the case.

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LINES REFERRING TO THE ALTERATION…

MORRISTON MEMS.

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SWANSEA METAL EXCHANGE.

Romantic Bigamy Case.