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ELECTION IN MAY.

WELSH MAKERS.I WATCHING.

. FREEDOMS OF SWANSEA.

COL. J. R. WRIGHT.I

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SWEEPING CONCESSiONSI -I

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I WELL-KNOWN SWANSEA ICASHIER.…

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SWANSEA'S NEW CLOCK.

INQUIRY AT SWANSEA.'

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" LACK OF FORESIGHT."I

MONEYANDCHEOUE.\ MONEY AND…

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MONEY AND CHEOUE MONEY AND CHEQUE. SWANSEA YOUNGSTER IN TROUBLE. Croy Kenneth Walt-ers (11) was charged at Swansea Juvenile CourL on Tuesday with stealing Jb7, 53., a cheque, and postal order on the 29th ult. Charles Taylor, chief clerk with Messrs. Rees Davies and Sons, fruit merchants, A lexandra-road said defendant had been an errand boy at the stores. On Thursday, the 29th ult., a bag containing a cheque for £3 8s., gold and silver to the value of L7 5s., and a postal order for 2s. 6d. was placed in a desk. The boy was in the stores at the time, and knew they kept money in tne desk. witness lelt the onice for a while, defendant sweeping the floor in the meantime. In the evening witness ex- amined the desk and found the bag and con- tents missing. So, too, was defendant, and did not turn up next day. Fredk. Edwards, another boy of 11, said lie was playing in New-street when Walters cajne to him and said, I've got some cop- pers." He took out aome money in a bag, and witness saw gold and silver. They went to No. bt New-street, where defen- dant went into the house and brought out one Jimmy Davies, the three then going to Clifton-row, and later to Tontine-street, eventually going home to tea and then to the Palaoe." I hey I BOUGHT SWEETS ORANGES AND POP with the nionoy, and went to a confec- tioner's after leaving the Palace." and then up the bank to plant it" burying it in the earth. On Friday he gave Detec- tive Barry a purse with some money that was left. Detective Barry said defendant told him that he took the money, gave some to other boys, and hid the rest. The boy took him to the bank whore some silver and copper was unearthed; other money V3 2s. 3 £ d.) was banked in a waste patch of ground near Clifton-row. Witness was handed a purse containing 5s. at 53, New-street by Fredk. Edwards. The cheque and postal order had been throwr, away. The mother said she had no idea of what the boy was doing.. Detective Barry said Mr. Rees Davies j had missed stamps, etc., before, and &d onoe forgiven him. Defendant was bound over for three years. ¡

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SUNDAY PAPER TRADE AT SWANSEA.

THE DANGER OF INDIGESTION.

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