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SWANSEA. DISAPPEARANCE OF CHILDREN.—On the 16th nit. two little boys and a girl, children of Mrs Ramsey, of 29, Strand, left their home and have not been SEEN since. CRUELTY TO A DONKEY.—At the Swansea police-court on Wednesday—before Dr J. G. Hall and Alderman Tulloch-Frederick Henry Perth (14) was charged with cruelty to a donkey on April Lascelles, RS.P.C A., said he saw defeudant driving a donkey and cart. The animal was in a bad condition, but neverthe- less prisoner stood up in tbe cart and beat it unmercifully with a stick, causing it to gallop at full speed.—A fine of 5S was imposed. ASSAULTING A WOMAN.—At the same court Keziah Roberts, Old Bridge-street, Morriston, summoned Evan Roberts tor assault. — The complainant said that the defendant bad struck her twice on tbe face with his fist.—Defendant said that he and complainant's brother were married to two sisters. Complainant's brother beat hiB wife, and was I\S81<!ted by complainant. This was the cause of all the ill-feeling between him and the complainant.—The bench fined defendant 16s, including costs.

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