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N lATH. TUKSDAY. (Before Mr. E. DAVIES, mayor, and Mr. D. DAVIES.) SUN i-AY CLOSING ACT.—Evan James, of t.he Cross Key- JIIII, was summoned for unlawfully keeping his house open for the sale of beer on Sunday, the 4th inst. On the dale in question the house was visited by Police-Constable V. Jones, who saw seven men in the back room, with beer before them. The landlady told him thoy had only been supplied with one quart. Fined 20s. and costs and, being the first offence, the licence was not tHl dor"d. THEFT OF Two PAJRS OF TROUSERS.—A tramp named Henry Sears, who said he was a native of Liverpool, was brought up in custody charged with stealing two pairs of trousers from Mr. George Nathan, pawnbroker, Swansea, on Thurs- day t'tst. The prisoner, upon endeavouring to pledge tlie articles with Mr. Samuel Nathan, pawn- broker, Neath, was detained, and given into tlie custody of Police-Sergeant Jones. The Bench sen- tenced him to 21 days' imprisonment with hard labour.

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