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SWANSEA COLLIERYI SENSATION.

AMERICANS HOPELESSLY BEATEN.

"FUNNY PLACE TO GO."

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"FUNNY PLACE TO GO." LOCAL FOREMAN AND SLEEPY WORKMAN. At a further sitting of the West Wales Munitions Tribunal on Friday, before Mr. J. Vaughan Edwards in the chair, the adjourned case was heard in which a tin- plater sought a leaving certificate on the grounds of ill-health.—Refused. A workman in the saoie controlled es- tablishment was proceeded against for attending work in an intoxicated condi- tion. Defendant, who pleaded guilty, was described as an energetic and obedient workman, but was finr,,d ;Cl. 46 1 plead guilty of drinking beer, but not of being drunk," was the reply of another defendant, similarly charged. Evidence was given by a police con&taole, who said that defendant told him he only had the half-pint measure filled up three titles.—Fined £1. A fourth workman was charged with sleeping when he was supposed to be on dutv. Evidence wa-s given by the foreman, who said he saw defendant laying on four fcrays, which were turned in r-ueh a manner so that he could sleep on them. This occurred at one o'clock in the morn- ing. He awoke defendant, who asked wit- ness not to report him, as it wouldn't happen again. He further said that he had a headache. Witness replied that it was a funny place to go with a bad head when they bad the privilege of the ambu- lance. Answering the firm's representa- tive, witness said that defendant only did one loading, which took four hours, from 6.30 until one o'clock. Defendant pleaded that he was r.ot Bleeping, and said he felt had when he went to work.—A fine of 20s. was im. posed.

NO "PACK" FOR THE PACKMAN.

SWANSEA SOLICITORS,I FATHER.

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