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. COLLISION OFF LUNDY.

"ALL OVER IN THREE MINUTES."

STEAMER CAPTAIN'S STORY.j

SAFE WITH THEIR FAMILIES.

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!WALES OR WHITEHALL?i

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CRIME ABOARD A BARGE

j SHIPWRECKED CREW ON BOARD

----PUMPED A PINT OF WHISKEY…

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PUMPED A PINT OF WHISKEY OUT OF HIM. SWANSEA LABOURER ADMITS HE WAS DRUNK. At Swansea on Friday Edward Carbary, labourer, no address given, was charged with having been drunk and incapable. P.C. English said on Thursday he was called to Vaughan's Lodging House, Strand, when he found defendant lying on a bench helplessly drunk. They informed him that defendant hadirunk a pint and a half of raw whisky. Defendant was taken to the Swansea Hospital on a horse ambulance, where a stomach pump was applied to him. With some trouble the whisky was brought up. But at one time it had been tnought that defendant would not recover. After having been pumped out, defend- mt, found incapable of taking caTe of him- self, was removed to the police station. Defendant admitted he had been drunk, but said it was his first appearance in any police court. The magistrates fined him 7s. 6d. or seven days. J Defendant, who had only a penny in his pocket, went down. i pocket, went down. 1

■j YEAR OF REVOLUTION.

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GERMAN NEGOTIATIONS SUSPENDED.

NEATH COAL SYNDICATE.

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SWANSEA UNION ESTIMATES.

EX-CWMAVON CHEMIST.

SWANSEA GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL…

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SWANSEA AND MUMBLES LINE AND…

I STABBED AT A CARNIVAL.

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--.------.;.;..:" LOCAL COMPANIES.

---_..-.... FIVE FAILURES.

MUMBLES DEBTOR AND HIS WIFE

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. (

ONE OF THE UNEMPLOYED.

FOUGHT IN THE CIVIL WAR.