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RUMOURS OF BATTLE,

i Swansea Shipping Rates.I

Case Under the New Act.

IDISASTER ON DISASTER.

THE GORDON-BENNETT MOTOR RACE.

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Morriston Labourer's Brutality.

MORRISTON MEMS.

Duke'3 Foreshore Action.

Education Act Compromise.

Ex-Llanelly Journalist Honoured.

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Swansea Coal Output Decreases

Swansea Grocers' Association.

Tried to Bribe the Police.

Swansea Police Court

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Swansea Police Court THURSDAY. Before Messrs. J. R. Leaver, J. Rosser, S. Goldberg, and Dr. E. B. Evans. SINGING TO HERSELF. Elizabeth Thomas (45), described as a prostitute, made her 26th appearance on a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Castle-street. Prisoner said she had some friends come down from London, and she was merely singing to herself. She was sentenced to one month's imprisonment, and ordered to find a surety for her good beha- viour, or undergo a iurther month in gaol. NOTHING TO SAY. Charles Powell, Castle Craig, was sum- moned for making use of obscene language in Neath-road. Defendant, who had nothing to say, was fined 10s., cr 7 days. ABOUT A DOG. John Hughes, of Pentremawr, was sum- moned for keeping a dog without a license, and was fined 10s. HE ADMITTED THE PATS8NITY. William Jones, Pontycymmer. collier, was summoned by Hannah Griffin. at present in the Workhouse, to show cause, etc.—De- fendant, who admitted the paternity, was or- dered to pay 5s. 6d. a week until the chilct is 14 years. ANOTHER LITTLE STRANGER. Benjamin Norman, fisherman, Lowestoft, j was similarly summoned bv Bessie Dal- bridge—This case was adjourned for a fort- night. AN ECHO FROM ISRAEL. M. Rosenfield, 5. Nelson-terrace, traveller, was summoned by Isaac Cohen or sureties of the peace.As there was no abearance of the parties the case was struck out. INEBRIATED YOUNG HAWKER. Phenise Lee (18), hawker, Mvnyddbach- was fined 7s. 6d. or 5 days for being ;h-unk and disorderly in Carmarthen-road. ONE WAY OF BORROWING. Catherine Pugsley (49), married, Cae- bricks-road, was charged with stealing and receiving a turnover shawl, value 2s. 6J., the property of Catherine Lewis. Ac. used pledgea the shawl for Is., saying it was her own. P.C. (101) Evans, who arrested pri- soner, said the latter stated she would do a month for the shawl and when she came out she would let them know who it belonged to. Later, prisoner said she did not steal the shawl at all, but took the loan of it. The police said the accused had been five times before the Bench—twice for larceny. She was now criven 21 days. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Catherine Driscoll, prostitute, 2, Barge- man's-row, was fined 10s. or 7 days for mak- ing use of obscene language in High-street.

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ILATE MR. CHRISTOPHER JAMES'…

--Rev. Prytherch's Promotion…

GOWERTON AFFILIATION CASE

Alleged Attempted Suicide.

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