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SWANSEA POLICE COURT; ,

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SWANSEA POLICE COURT; SATURDAY.. (.Before \iessrs. W. Walters and A. H. Thomas.) IN bPiIE h-F THil BUDGET. Henry Pari, labour^ v.as fintd 10s. or seven days iar drunkenneas. He had 9'niy cqate oui. oi pfisoa cn Thursdaj after diung seven days m default cu a i)ne- ft toox four policemen to lack up C^iS*ie6 Alfred >.loss, wilü, however, haAmg been very drank, had 10 racciit*iaon of Wic oc- curveace. He was fined 78. Dd, or seven days. Elizabeth Tuornas (45 previous convic- tions) asked to be aliowssi i.<t go to the Worid'uus-o bs she had a situation to go to. Defendant was ordered ui find sureties for three months <x go t«> prison f<n- that, penod. Ann Edwards, wi:o had 35 pu'eviAas con- victions, was ako orciered to and sareues for three n>fnt,1s. Rose Evans an.4 lily Argent, cbargad with riotous bebaviour cn the Strand, we»re sent to prison for a month. DAVID JOHN'S DFFIAINOE OF TEE BIT>GET. David John Hopkins, latxnwer, was diarged with stealing a bot-ile 01 wtiisi.y from a wharf of the Prince 01 Walas Doc^ the pT«tpea! £ y of Mr. T. il Tucker. W. J- fihepheud, an empdrye, said tliat a cac<e of whisky Iiad been opemaa for in- j spection, whtJf detend&nt was there. a | bot-tle was afterwards missed. Defendant: i didn't- touch the_ wiLsky. ■ Detective-lnspactor I^ewis 1.w¡.d roceivr>d prisonea- in cm-to-ly at Neatli, and on tin ap^ilicai ion of ihe pr-ixce d&fejuiant was re ) manded nil; Mond^v 4 MI S*C IE 1.1 iANEOI S. Da > id Davies wv»s ord-ied to pay Is. bd., and W- Poctcr Is. a.week -awards the sup port oi their chiidien i.a the Indiusa-ial Scho-jl. j The license •a ths Bhip and Ca.s'Ue liui, | Jyough.ir, was i rauisftr/ed U> Mr. Ijevi Ber- nard Lriciwal!. rl H'K A LI EN ■ Iwlii l l rRAN T. | Mater Ydik Voinbrog, a Rossiar.. was j summoned for acting as a pedlar at fvprse- j inon v4thout having a certificate. Mr. D- Seiine, who defended, ohsarved that he was voJunti-rily reprinting a cr. religionist who had been driven out- of Ruboia ownng to per- secuticn. He i:uderstc»cd !-h.ct defendant i had on three occasions been refused a '& tificate by the police on the ground that he was not sufficiently acquainted with the English language. He ne.d be>en in Eng- j lana only six montlis. but had progressed well, and would soon be as good an Eng- lishman as he (Mr. Daytci Seiine). The summons was dismissed.

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COLLISION AT SWANSEA DOCKS1

MAY DAY DEMONSTRATION AT SWANSEA.

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WILLIE ARNOLD S SUCCESS.I

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