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"ERROR OF JUDG|\: MENT."

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RUSSIAN TRANSPORT. ;

- ¡ BUYING THEIR OWN j LAND.…

" G.F.S. " AT SWANSEA.

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FORGING AHEAD.____I

i'E,.I SWANSEA Y.M.C.A-'S…

DIVIDED VILLAGE,

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ITRAWLERS I TUSSLE.

CAN THEY AFFORD IT?

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STOMACH TROUBLES.

IINCOME-TAX.-I

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"SEEMS OUTRAGEOUS." -

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.. FATHEADED POOLS."

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I"WIN OR DRAW." ————.————

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I "WIN OR DRAW." ———— ———— FOOTBALL BRIBERY SENTENCES. IFIVE MONTHS' IMPRISON- i MENT. At Stafford Assizes on Wednesday Pasooe I Bioletti was sentenced to five months' ian- .prifiomnent in the second division in connec- tion with the football bribery case. He pleaded guilty. After some evidence and l argument, the Judge held that prisoner's plea was bad, and the jury returned a verdict by direction to that effect. Thereupon accused pleaded guilty to the. offeaice of bribery, and coun- sel for prosecution, on subm-iJ :ng the de- tails of the offence, said that in giving Pen- nington JB56 to secure tihat West Rramwioh did not beat Everlon ,&r that the matcih was a draw, prisoner tried to bribe the whole team. Counsel complained of football being ex- ploited by small and UNPRINCIPLED BOOKMAKERS, -1 :J.1- __1" wno laia extravagant oaas 111 ovm- pttitiouas. Prisoner's counsel appealed for clemency, and the judge, in passing sentence, said he had taken the man's old age into ac- count. It was a serious offence with far- reaching evil effects. Theie were only too many examples of this miserable system of gambling on sports.

NEW SWANSEA POSTMASTER.

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"WELSH CHICAGO P1

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