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SWANSEA.. REMOVAL OF THE POLICE COURT.It is well the public •should be aware that the police court is now held at the Guildhall, every morning. A BOY S QUARREL.—Morris Jones, a lad, was charged before Mr. Padlcy and Mr. C. Bath, with assaulting another boy, named Charles Yates. The defendant met the complainant on the sands, and struck him several tinted Jones's mother was w illing to pay the costs and to undertake that the boy should not offend again, but Yates,s mother, who exhibited a rather vindictive spirit when in court, declined to consent to this. Yates was ordered to pay Cs., including costs, or three days' impri- sonment. POLICE COURT, YESTERDAY.—(Before Mr. S. Padley). Elizabeth Cotter was charged with breaking six panes. of glass and other articles, the property of Williams Evans, the landlord of the Upper Lamb public-house. The complainant said that on Saturday night, a little before eight o'clock, there was a-woiiian named Ellen Shannon in his house, who swnt a boy to fetch the defendant, who lives near. When the defendant came in she said to Ellen Shannon What did you send for naefor? The woman replied, according to the complainant, Forget *nd for- give." The defendant then turned to him (complainant) and accused him of refusing to trust her threepenny-worth of brandy some time ago. He smiled at her, and upon this she swept the glasses off the counter, and they fell in pieces on the floor. His wife spoke to her, and the defen dant, seizing a turnover from Mrs. Evans's shoulders, took it into the street and tore it into fragments. She afterwards broke several panes of in the front win- dows. After hearing witnesses on both sides, the Bench ordered the defendant to pay £1 2s, including costs. THREATENING LANGUAGE.—Elizabeth Davies, a woman with a child in her arms was-charged with using threaten- ing language towards Margaret Sliarp. The complainant said she lived in Swau-street, and defendant was a neigh- bour. Between four and five o'clock on Monday evening the defendant's child called her au improper name. She went to complain of the child's conduct when the de- fendant applied the most tilthy epithets to her. The lai-i- guage was disgusting, and quite unlit for publication, The defendant called witnesses, from vhicli it appeared that there were "six of one and half-a-dozen of the other." The Bench dismissed the case, and ordered the costs to be divided.

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FATAL HARDIHOOD OF SEAMEN.

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