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SWANSEA. A QUEER KIND OF OBSTRUCTION.—At the Swansea police-court on T u c-s(lvy-be fore Messrs J, C. Fowler, T. Phillips, and W. Stone—A lad named William Morgan Burns, aged 14, of Hafod, was summoned for causing an obstruction on a pavement at the Hafod on the 18TH inst. It was proved that defendant was one of twenty others who were in the hubit of sitting across the pavement, and so totally obstructing it. CRUELTY TO A DOG.—James Ingram, of 42, Fi^et-street, was summoned by Inspector Hamar, R.S.P.C.A., with cruelty tc a dog. Defendant admitted striking the animal with a stone, but said it was the result of au accident, his object merely being to drive the animal away. IT appeared that the animal bad died from the effects of the blow. A fine of 10s and costs was imposed. HUSBAND AND WIFE.—In the case of a man named Philip Mort, who was summoned by the guardians for not complying with an order to c"ntribute towards the maintenance of his wife, Mr Woodward attended, and said the woman had committed adultery; she had been separated from defendant for two years, but within the last twelve months had given birth to a child. An order for paymeat of the amount due was made, but the bench granted the necessary facility for procuring a revocation of the order. VISITORS to Swansea will do well to visit Mr Chapman's Sicli-street Studio. The Best Photographs in Waies are taknn there, at prices to suit all classes. PHOTOBKAPHY.—Siedle Bros, (from London), Heathfield-streijt, Swansea, turn out the best work M LIjAN KL/LY. THE EISTEDDFOD.—Ic WAS Mr T. C-nwi; Evan", Carmarthen, and not Mr Alcwyn Kvai.S, as stated in our report, who won tho prize for tbe bass solo at the eisteddfod.

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