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.EXIT, THE SWANS.I

"EAST .V. WEST."I

HOW THE OTHERS FARED.

NEATH SERVANT'S DEATH.

MR. TRUEMAN'S LATEST.I

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MR. TRUEMAN'S LATEST. I EFFORT TO GET ASSAULT I SUMMONS. KING'S BENCH REFUSES I MANDAMUS. On Friday afternoon in a King's Bench Divisional Court, before Jmsitioes Ridley and Bankee, Mx. C. Ilodsou mnyed on -be- half off Mr. C. R. Truenian, of Lou don-road, Neath, for a mandamus against two magis- trates sitting at Neath to compel them to hear and determine an application by Mr. Trueman for a summons to issue against another person for assault. The, ma gistrates refused to grant the sum- mons, and counsel contended that in com- ing to that decision the justices did not exercise their discretion in a judicial man- nor. I The Court refused the application. Mr. Truenian in an affidavit states that for some years he had lived in Neath, and wae in a considerable way of business in the town. He was well acquainted with Richards and alleged that Richards and Trick, the Mayor, carried on a money lend- ing business. He had called on Ridhardfi at his shop on January 3. Later he met Richairds in the Llewellyn Hotel at Neath, wihm Richards thrust HIS FIST IN HIS FACE, i and then sitrudk him in the face. The fol- lowing day a Mr. Thomas said Richa-rda ww willing to ent"'T into recognisances to keep the peace. Mr. Tntoman ultimately aip- plied to the Mayor, Mir. Trick, and Mr. Phillips, for a summons, for assault. The Zvlaycxr, he alleged, scid: Having regard to your character I will not belieive a word I vou mv. wf-. wall not BIND A RESPECTABLE MAN like Mr. FLiohafrrm orver to keep the peace. Mr. T.rueina.r. said he could call witness as i to the aissauit, but the bench refused to graint a summons. Continuing, oounsel said Mr. IVick had prosecuted the applicant for libel, and he had been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonmeooifc and to be of good behawiour for twelve months. In his plea Off j notification lie had attacked the money lending business of Track and Richards. Oomnsie] contend e d that, the Miayor d'id not consider the aipplioation on itA merits and that he did not give consideration to the rnia/ttor w'hicih he should have done, neither drid the Mayor consult wit4h his colleague. Mr. Justice Ridley It is iai tihe discretion of the magistrates to re-filpe the feuimmons. Mr. Justice Banker: Why did yon go fA the court when the Mayor wag sitting? MLr. Dodson said they sent as soon as possible after the en-ent. The Court refused the application.

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"TtBERS TAILI TWISTED.

PONTARDAWE V. BRIDGEND.

ABERAYONY. NEATHI

I LLANELLY V. PENARTH.

AMMANFORD V. SWAN-1 ! .SEA…

"WOiEl FIRST." 1 0———

-.--I "TUPPENNY HA'PENNY"!…

WOULD LESSEN BANKRUPTCIES.

ICE IN THE SEINE.

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PONTARDAWE WORKSI DISPUTE.

THE TINPLATE" POOL."

"BEING UNDER-MINED."

A SWANSEA CINEMA. I