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NEW SWANSEA DOCKMASTER.

REV. T. TEIFION RICIHARDS.

POST-CARDS FROM THE PENNY…

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POST-CARDS FROM THE PENNY BAZAAR. HOW A SMALL BOY HELPED HIMSELF. At Swansea on Wednesday Dd. John Harris (13), 79, Strand, was charged with stealing nine packets of post-cards, value 9d., from Peacock's Penny Bazaar, Castle- street. P.C. Skinner said that he received some post-cards from a boy named John Madden, and asked defendant about them. "Yes," he replied, "I had them at the Bazaar in Castle-street." Asked what he paid for them, the boy replied, "Nothing, I stole them." Madden said defendant was by the Theatre, and asked him if he wanted some post-cards, and he bought nine packets for ld. Rose Keys, assistant, was called. The lad was dealt with under the First Offenders' Act.

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SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.

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THE COURT IN TEARS.

FRESH SENSATIONAL REVELATIONS.

PRESS REPORTS TO BE PURGED.

STRONG WITNESS FOR THE DEFENCE.

BILIOUSNESS.I

SENSATIONAL BURGLARY IN PARK-LANE.

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SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.

SECOND DAY'S PPOCEEDINGS.