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r SWANSEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY". (Before "Messrs. 1:-1, A. Cbkpmaa and G. W'hite.) "THANK YOU, SIR THANK YOU, SIR." Tliorraj Scoff, labcurer. Strand, was charged with having been dnn?k and dis- orderly ir. 5Iorris-Ir.no. Mr. Chapmen: Where are you from? "Scotland, sir," replied defendant, in a pronounced Gaelic brogue. Mr. Chapman We can hear that, but we want to know from which town, and what have you been doing lately? Defendant: Working on the. new dock. 6;" Mr. Ch.iprnan Ixsok at his L, a r, officer; see if he has been working lately. P.C. Ford (after tho examination): Oh ye^, gir. I' Mr. Chapman (to defends-nt): As this is your first orfenee, we'll let you off. Defendant (effusively): Thank yon, fir; thank you, sir. BECOMING A G BEAT NUISANCE. Thomas Daviea, labourer, Strand, was summoned for having been dnmk and dis- orderly. TV re were several convictions against him. Mr. Chapman told mm lie was beginning >.i be a great nuisance in tine town. The magistrates fireli defendant 40s. or a month, and he will then be asked to find sureties for food behaviour. WITH THE WORKHOUSE CLOTHES. Alfred Cud ey, labourer, summoned for absconding from the Workhouse with clothes, the property of the Guardians, was sent to prison for 14 days. HUSBAND'S CHARGE OF DESERTION. The ea .re of John Da vies, Green hill-street, summoned for allowing his wife to become chargeable to the Workhouse, was ad- journed. SATURDAY. fBefore Messrs. John Powell, A. H. Thomas, W. Walters, and Capt. Bracsby Williams). REGULAR BUSINESS. Catherine Sullivan, against whom there were 91 convictions, was sent to prison for a month for drunkenness, and asked to find sureties for future good behaviour. Siisau Murray, Baptist Well-street, was lined 10s. or 7 days for cirutikermets. Duncan Stewart, similarly charged, was I dismissed. | Kate Driscoll and Sarah Ann Rumph were. charged with riotous behaviour in C'astle- street, There were eight convictions against Driscoll, and 14 against Rumph. Rumph or wals sent to prison for 21 days Driscoll for 14 days, each with haid labour, INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL ARREARS. Dd. Parry, mason, Mid House, Morriston, summoned for Industrial School arrears, R4 4s., wivs given a month to pav. MONDAY. (Before Messrs. ijow. WatlunJ, Simon Goldberg and John Rosser.) ALL IN A ROW. Drunk list:—Thos Manning, bricklayer, fined 5s. or 5 days; John Reg, labourer, who had aiso been indecent on Manuel George's Steps, 7s. 6d. or 7 days; Ch:is Tucker, who shouted at the top of his voioe in Waterloo-street, gathered a large crowd. and "wanted to fight somebody," 10s, or 7 aays Win. Crowley, hawker. Orange-street, 7s. 6d. or 7 days; Thomas Da vies, labourer, Wychtree street, Morriston, had ,8.100 "wanted to fight the best man in the street," 7s. 6d. or 7 days; Winifred Morris, Mitchell's row, married, with eleven convictions, was fined 10s or 7 days. She said she only rair. out of the house b?caiu»e her husband was "kill- ing her.1" Then enter the policeman. SPELTERMAN'S TREATMENT OF CHILDREN. Gustave OtteTski. sped tern■.•an, Wychtree- t'tre-et. was summoned L for wilful neglect of bis five chihiran. Inspector Poar?e, N S.P.C.C., applied for a remand til Thursday, when Mrs. Gtterski will ;iLso be summoned. MISCELLANEOUS. James Sullivan, Brook-street was fined half a. crown for playing pitch and toss in Green-row on Sunday, A summons for using obscene language, brought against Annie Lloyd, Brynmelin- street, was adjourned. She said the police- man had got the wrong woman. Thomas Evans and John Bavies, of Lower Orchard-street, were each fined 10a. or s-even days for having been in the Beaufort Inp, Morrifcton, during illegal hours, on Sunday, August 6th. Cornelius Crowley, hawker, Eaton-read, j was fined half a crown for allowing his horse to stray. Harriet Barrett, single, with three pre- vious convictions, v. as fined 7s. 6d. or 7 days, but was warned that if she came again, arrangements would be made to have her removed to the Inebriates' Home. JOCKEY STREET BABY. Wm. Appleton, Reigatc, had sent a letter admitting he was the father of the child of Olive James, Jockey-street, which was born in January. He offered to pay 2s. 6d. a week. The usual order of 5s. 6d. a, wesk was made. Mr. Vaughan Edwards was for the plain- tiff. WILD GOOSE STORY. Catherine PraGert, Crole-street-, summon- ed for assaulting Margaret Saunders, ex- pressed her willingness to be bound over, and the caso was so decided. Mr. J. V. Leeder was for plaintiff. In this case defendant was said to have charged complainant with stealing a goose | (which proved to be incorrect), and also to havtj thrown a skewer at her. She new wiLhdrew the accusation of stealing. )

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