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BURIED UNDIR FILL OF IART.

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SAID SHE HAD BEEN MARRIED…

SWANSEA RAILWAYMIN.II'

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"MOST FIERY OF LIQUORS.".

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MID-DEVON RIOTS,

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LLANELLY ROYAL CHOIR AT SWANSEA.

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INFANTILIS MOITALITY.

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; IONE OF PURSER'S WATCHIS.…

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HE SPOKI WELSfl* CONSTABLE THOUGHT IT WAS SWEARING. John Thomas, a travelling mat mender, was charged before Messrs. T. Moore and A. Lanyon, a.t Redruth, with being drunk and disorderly at East End. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and said he was talking in Welsh, and the policeman must have taken that for swearing. Accused was fined 5s. and costs.

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