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BIG STSAEIR AT SWANSEA.

ABESAVO J AND TIE CHUftCS.

! !FOR MORRISTON'S YOUNG MEN.

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MEANT TO MOB ASQUITHI

SIR GEORGE NEWNES* YACHT.

SWANSEA WELSH CHURCHI BAZAAR.¡

LOCAL BILLS IN PAELIAMENT

I SWANSEA'S ASYLUM QUESTION,

SWANSIA SAVINGS SANK. I

SWANSEA "OIUtS AND COALI IATES.

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LAD KILLED AT KILLAY.j

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LANDOBE BOY CIUSHID TO DEATH.

SOUTH WALES TRABS DEFENCE…

IBISHOP OF ST. DA TIDtl AT…

SWANSIA SIAIIIN MEET. _..I

I - RAVENMILL MALI VIICI PARTY

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SWANSEA YOUTH'S DOWNFALL -

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SWANSEA YOUTH'S DOWNFALL HEAVY CARNARVON ASSIZE SEN- TENCE. At Carnarvon Assizes on Friday morn- ing, before Mr. Justice Bray, Franklyn ea.r. lisie Meage. (24), pleaded guilty to charges of iorgeiv, false pretences, and aiding and abetting a false pretence at Bangor, detail* of which have already been published. Mr. R. A. Griffiths (instructed by Mr. S. R. Dew) prosecuted. Prisoner also voluntarily admitted offences of false pretences at various places on his own account, and at several other places, in conjunction with a man named Allen. Mr. Artemns Jones, briefed by Mr. Jeo- kins, Swansea, submitted a strong appeal for mercy to the Judge. Prisoner waa most/respectably connected, and had hither to borne an excellent character, till his oonnoctioo as a bookmaker's clerk with Allen, whc, he said, first suggested this method of money-making to him. ÙUIt. July prisoner got married, and his wife now expected to become a mother. At the reference to the wife prisoner burst into tears. The Judge, addressing prisoner, said be had pleaded guilty to a number of serious charges, and had admitted others which he desired sbcuid be dealt with now, in order that he might start a new life. That was a very prc per thing. Unfortunately his oliencee were very numerous, and but for the fact that it was bi6 first appearance ha would havr sent him to penal servitude, but as the law made allowances in the case 01 a first offender, and taking his a.ge into account, but not his good bringing up and education (for those were reasons why he should not be in the dock) he would send hiin t< prison for fifteen months on each of the indictments with hard labour, the sentences to run concurrently.

"I DID KISS A QUEEN."

-------COTTON TBADE CUSIS.

"MARITANA/' AT GLAIS.

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