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LLANDOVERY. -

BURIED UNDIR FILL OF IART.

I ALARM AT A PANTOMIME.I

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SAID SHE HAD BEEN MARRIED…

SWANSEA RAILWAYMIN.II'

1\ , HOW MID-DEV©H WAS WON,I

_■I CRUSHED UNDIlt A FALL.

"MOST FIERY OF LIQUORS.".

PROGIISS OF TAIIFF ltEFOIIf.

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MID-DEVON RIOTS,

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- THAT OLD WINTIR COUGH.

LLANELLY ROYAL CHOIR AT SWANSEA.

- SWANSEA-STRSST IMPROVE-!…

INFANTILIS MOITALITY.

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1 AT THE BACK OF THE BEAUFORT ¡ ARMS. DOCKS POLICE SERGEANT'S CAPTURE AT SWANSEA. At Swansea on Monday, Charles Robnon (17), and Rees Hopkins (15), labourers, were charged with being on enclosed premises for th-} commission of a felony on January 16. Sergeant Jones (Dock Police) who lives in tiie cottages adjoining iliQ old Beaufort Anns, Ferry side, said the house was unoc- cupied, and he had the care of it. About five o'clock last Thursday he heard a knock- ing in the old house, and on searching saw Rcbson in the backyard htiddled up in a I corner. Some lead pipes had been drawn from the wall. Asked what he was doing there, Rob son replied, After this bit of old iron." Just then witness saw Hopkins on the roof of the back kitchen and he got into the street through a window. Both men were arrested, but Robson was very violent and bit ajid kicked the officer. The premises were the property of the Duke of Beaufort. Beaufort. Hopkins was dismissed Robson sent to prison for a month.

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HE SPOKI WELSfl*

SWANSEA BURGLARY. --

CAKSURWEN GRIEVANCE. -

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