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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before Dr. John Evans and Mr. F. Edwards HE DIDN'T CALL AGAIN. Patrick Lee, seaman, was charged with stealing a pair of trouserb and tnree shirts value 55., from a bedroom at Vaughan s lodging-house, belonging to Wm. Gr?en, a coloured mar. Complamant had seen defendant wearing the trousers. On the application of Supt. Gill, the caee was remanded till next Thursdav. RIOTOUS IN HIGH-STREET. Anorah Burke, Charles-street, and Lily Argent, Strand, were summoned for riotous I behaviour by fighting in High-street. There were previous convictions against: Burks Argent had only appeared before the court tor drunkenness; she was then sent to the ¡ workhouse. Burke was sent to prison for a month, and Argent for seven days. Defendant Argent: Any fine, sir. Clerk No. Later, however, defendant was recalled BEGGAR IMPRISONED. and fined 10s. BEGGAR IMPRISONED. Thomas McCarthy, of no fixed address, charged with begging at Kensington-cres- ¡I cent, was sent to prison for six weeks. USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Edmund Thomas, labourer, Pentre Esty." was fined 1.5s. or ten days for using obscene language and not appearing to answer a summons ARCHITECT AND A DOG. John Henry Rowlands, architect, Eaton- crescen*, was summoned for keeping a dog without a license. Owing to a technicality, the summons, it is stated, having been issued for a wrong date, the case was dismissed, and another summons will have to be issued. SATURDAY. Before Messrs. Abraham Thomas, Wm. Walters and John Powell. MISCELLANEOUS. Samuel Phillips, 20, Landeg-street, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in N. n road J This was the fourth appearance, and a fine of 2Cki.. cr 14 days was 1,flckd. Chas. Stevens. 16, New-street, and Ann Edwards, no address given, were summoned for indecency. Stevens was fined 106., or seven days, and Edwards was aff >rded -a month with hard labour. An order of Is 6d. per week was made against Samuel Rees, 66. Cwm Level-road. for the support of his eon in the Industrial School.

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