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ALL BJOOTS RESERVED.

IHELPIXG THE DEAF.

BREEZE AT LLANELLY COUHCIL

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NATIONAL MUSEUM.

SWANSEA CHURCH ARMY.

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SUNDAY AT SWANSEA,r

PEOPLE TELL THE TRUTH.

DEATH OF MR. T. D. LEWIS.

I PURSE STOLEN AT NEATH.

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PURSE STOLEN AT NEATH. Friendly Society Inspector Fined At Neath on Monday, the charge against Thomas Henry Lock, inspector Royal Liver Friendly Society, of stealing a purse con- taining 9s. 9d.; property of Jennet Parss«Jt>, James-street, married, was gone through Mr. W. H. David defended. Mrs. Parsons said she visited the SraeT- set Arms with a friend, Margaret Ann Jones, on Saturday night, April 5th. Aicuaed came in and was served, and left directly after them. When she left and went to the market she missed her" purse and returned to the "Somerset" to look for it. Sb? spoke to the barmaid, and because of what ihe 6aid she went to the Llewellyn Coffee Tavern, and spoke to the proprietor, who feidled pri- soner down and asked him if he Jad seen her purse. He denied it and got indignant, She .:akl, "If you don't give it b^-k, I will fetch a policeman." She aftercares went tc the police station with accused. Thos. Edward Jeen, Llewellyn Temperance Hotel, said accused was occupying rooms there. He detailed what occurrd in regard to the alleged theft. P.C. Beer said that Mrs. Part<ns accused defendant, who had come to me station to clear himself. Inspector Jo«e<s searched him, but did not find a purse; he had several pounds in money on nim. 'Witness after- wards found tbe puree (emp'y) concealed among newspapers in a. recess in the com- mercial room, which the accused had been occupying- Inspector Jones said after cautioning de- fendant be said, "I 'nunci 4jke purse in the public-house. It container .V M. I am very sorry. I was foolish t:> deny it; send for the lady. I hope she wll withdraw the charge." Witness found JETS in gold on him, and £1 56. 6d. in silver ard copper. Accused now said he -,va$not guilty. Mr. David .al<1 accused iad borne an irre- i poachable character, holda resporwible posi- tion, and was well connected. He a short time ago had married, aid recently became a father- His position was a very painful one. Though defendant had acted must foolishly, his subsequent action showed that be had done nothing orwiBten*. with laT- cenv.. T'he Bench fined defendant 20s. and costs. Mr. David asked if appeal were taken the Bench, in view of cases quoted, would grant a case? The Bench replied in the affirmative.

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.SEAWEED IN KIDNEY DISEASES.

Swansea Parks Entertainment.

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MORRISTON COMPENSATION CASE

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Earl Cawdor at Bridgend.I

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Llanelly Suffocation Case.

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IAberavon Milk Cases Dismissed,I

Cymanfa at Morriston.

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