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I LADIES' GOSSIP. |

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SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST.

Mabon Appointed Miners' Treasurer.

Swansea Hawker Turns Nasty.

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Swansea Hawker Turns Nasty. At Swansea, on Monday, Thomas Davie* (69), hawker, was charged wnth Ixicc drunk and begging. William Court, newsagent, CoIBege-street, said defendant. walked into his shop with laces. When he refused to buy, defendant asked for a copper for his night's lodging He told him that if he were an old man like him he would go where he would be well provided for. Defendamt then began to blackguard him and he ordered him out of the shop. Defendant refused to go, and ttruck witness with a stick. His wife went for a policeman, and he was still struggling with defendant when they returned. Mr. J. W. Jones (to defendant) This is rather extraordinary behavic'ur, -navies have you any question to ask? Defendant: Yes. I have. I'm a hawker. selling laces. (To witness) You say I begged of you? Witness: Yes. Defendant I say its a contaminated lie. Did vou hit me in your snop? Wetness Yes. Witness denied that he had also struck defendant outside the shop. P.C Davies. who arrested defendant, said 16. 6d. was found on him. Mr. J. W. Jones (to defendant) "You are a very old man to behave in that man- ner. If you were a younger man we would mend you to prison for a month as it is, ycta must go to prison for 14 days.

CARRIAGE ACCIDENT AT AMMANFORD.

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-......-OUR COOKERY CORNER.

SWANSEA MIGHT BE BEAUTIFUL.

EX-SWANSEA PUBLICAN'S LUCK.

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Brutal Assault at Morriston.

A Dip in the Nant.

I Swansea Old Woman Burned,

Buffalo Bill Henpecked.

Marquise de Lisle Divorced.…

SWANSEA GUARDIANS.

PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT.

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I LADIES' GOSSIP. |