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;NBATS EETry APRIL 27.

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NBATS EETry APRIL 27. [Before Gkiffith Llewellyn and N. V. E. Vaughan, Esqrs.] Thomas Watkins, butcher, S wansea, was oharged by P. C. William Roea with being drunk and lyins; oa the pavement in Orchard-street, incapable of taking care of himself. Discharged, with a caution. James Thomas, of Ponterdilwe, was oharged by police constable Evan Jones with being drunk and disorderlv. Fified 5s. avid costs. Thomas Thomas, Neath, was charged by the high-road surveyors with the non-payment of road-rates. Ordered to pay in 14 days. The same surveyor, versus Thomas Thomas, landlord of the Barley Mow, for the non-payment of road-ratcs. Ordered to pay in 14 days. The same versus Catherine Owens, for road-rates. Ordered to pay.

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