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NINETY LICENSES.

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CRISIS IN SWEDEN. I

DISTRACTED FATHER

"TO GET ME THE LASH."

" A TREAT FOR You.,, I

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I " ONCE BLOOD IS I SHED."

MUST TAKE SEA VOYAGE.

ISWANSEA GUARDIAN ,RESIGNS.

HAD HAD BULLET WOUND.I

1THE BREADWINNER. I

RE-SHUFFLE. 1-0

"THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS."

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"DESPONDENTI WITH SHATTERED…

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"PROPHET OF WOMEN'S MOVEMENT."

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IUSE NOT ORNAMENT.I

ICHURCH WORK ATI EASTSIDE.

I HUSBANDS-JONES.

ICHURCH IN GOWER.I

ICASE OF CARVERS. A

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CASE OF CARVERS. A STOLEN, SOLD, BOUGHT BACK. COMPLICATED DEAL AT SWANSEA. A rather complicated series of transac- tions was unfolded at Swansea Police Court on Thursday, when James Godbeer (24), George Hunt (31), Francis J. D: Williams \35), George Morgan (29), and Frederick Baiipy (58), were charged with the theft of fish carvers, value JE1 Is. These were bougnt at a sale at 3, Glan- mor-road, by Mr. Rees Rice, auctioneer, who paid 5s. for them taken away by God- beer (who with tho other men were seen at t.he sale with a pony -md cart looking for a job), and sold to a witness named Charles— who was told they were honestly come by —for 4s. They were, a day later brought back by Godbeer from Charles through an intermediary, Godbeer paying 10s. for them, of which the intermediary took 2s. for his trouble," and returned the remaining 8s. to Charles. Godbeer, when he received the carvers, gave them back to a furniture re- mover named Henwood. Godbeer pleaded guilty; the others, not guilty. Godbeer said he was sorry; drink was the cause of it all. Hunt, Williams and Bailey were dis- charged Morgan and Godbeer were fined 20s. or 14 days.

TWINS-BUT NO BOUNTY.

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