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A WOMAN'S CHARACTER ASSAILED.

ODDFELLOWS, M U.

SWANSEA POLICE COURT.

SWANSEA CATTLE MARKET.

I INATIONAL BANK OF WALES

DISORDERLY HOUSE AT SWANSEA.

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DISORDERLY HOUSE AT SWANSEA. HEAVY FINE IMPOSED. Before the Swansea magistrates on Monday, a girl named Selina Jenkins was charged with keeping a disorderly house at No. 2, Vv elsh Harp-court on September 19. Mr. L. Rich- ards prosecuted for the police. P.C. Umpieby, in evidence, stated that on September 19 he was called to the house in question, and witnessed circumstances which irrefutably stamped the bouse as being used for immoral purposes.—P.C. Hockings cor- roborated. Jenkins attempted to make no defence, but in lieu thereof "cheeked" the Bench, the pro- secuting solicitor, and the police. The case was not without burn our. Miss Florence Chad wide was called for the deience. "Ah," said Mr. Richards, "what are you?" "A fish girl," she replied, with all the assur- ance imaginable, whereat the defendant nearlv split hel-,eii with laughter. So tickled was she that she had to hide her face behind a handkerchief. The Bench: Fined .£10 or a month. Defendant (jauntily) Oh, I'll take the month.

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