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PRISONER'S AMAZING I ESUAPADtS,i

I MITCHELL KILLED IN I ACTION.

IN A HAND-CART, !

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-I NEWS OF SWANSEA ! iNURSE.…

.-I JUMPED INTO DOCK. I

THE WOMAN IN THE I CASE. i

I POPULAR -,AT GORSEINON.I

-I I A POUND A WEEK. ]

AMAZING MILITARY FEAT.'

! SWANSEA RAILWAY- ! MEN'…

BETTER NURSES ANDI t DOCTORS.I…

ISERIOUS BRITON FERRYI l-ACCIDENT.

I CHEERING THEM UP AT CIMLA.I

j LIVELY SCENES AT ! ! SWANSEA.

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KING EDWARD VII. I ! MINED.!…

I TINPLATE GROWTH. I

ICASES DISMISSED.I

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I CASES DISMISSED. I Charges of Poaching at Llandilo. At Llandilo on Saturday, Joseph Bavies, a farmer. Cincood, Llanegwad, was Bummoned for killing trame without a license. Defendant eaid be farmed 150 a&res, ana his rent wae over El an acre. He absolutely denied the charge. He was shoot injr rabbits and never saw a pheasant at all. The Bench dismissed the case. Evan Griffith*, chemiet and druggist; Daniel Morgan, master miller; Philip Mor- gan Liewi», grocer; J. Christopher Davies, draper, and J. Phillips. & postmaster, all of Pontardawe, were summoned for trespassing in pursuit of game on the 6th of October last on land in the occupation of Mrs. Bath, Allty- ferin, Llanesrwad. Mr. T. C. Hurley prose- cuted, and Mr. Thompson, Swansea, defended. Henry Janes, a gamekeeper, said he aaw the five defendants on Mr*. Bath's field. They cxch carried a gun, and bad two dogs and a ferret. Thomas Jones, Craig Farm, was with them, wbo said they had permission from a Mrs. Jones. They were on lands belonging to Mrs. Bath.-By Mr. Thompson: He bad ma-d.;o no inquiries as to the permission —By Mr. Pieton (one of the justices): The land was in tbc occupation of Mr. Jones, Mill Farm.-The I Bench dismissed the cases.

i BRITON FERRY AiD FOR BELGIANS.!

I crane; bucket kills child.I

AMERICAN ACTOR FINED AT I…

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THE CASE OF MATCHES.

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