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POPULAR SWANSEA OFFICER.I

FROM CHAPEL' TO HOTEL. I

CWMBWRLA PRESENTATION. '

JUNIOR RUCBY AT ST. HELEN…

ABERPERCWM BANKSMAN'SI DEATH.

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PAIR OF PEARL EARRINGS.

I I THE " OLD ORDER i ICHANGETH."

i IDELICHTFUL TIME AT DANYCOED.

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LOCAL SHIP SALES. I

PLOUGHING ON! SUNDAYS.-j

SERVING WOUNDED'' S'OLDJERS.

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SERVING WOUNDED S'OLDJERS. NEATH LICENSEE AND BAR- MAID FINED. • WARNING BY THE MAGIS- I TRATES. At Neath on Friday, David Thomas, licensee of the Builders' Arms, Melincry- than, was charged with selling liquor to sol- d;er,,7 i.ii d e,?p, Z, diers undergoing hospital treatment, and Gladys Lovering, barmaid, with, supplying liquor to them on Monday last. Mr. Edward Poweil appeared for the prose- catioll and Mr. Matthew Arnold represented defendants, who pleaded guilty. It was stated that P.S. John visited the ho life and found seve-ri wounded soldiers drinking whisky, beer and stout. The land- lord was not present. Mr. Arnold, for the defence, said that the licensee had conducted the Royal Exchange for 22 years without a single complaint against him. The present offences arose from t-h P, ignorance of the bar- maid. No one in Neath or the district had done* n'ore for the wounded soldiers than Mr. Thomas. He had organised con- ¡ certs for them and had placed his motor- car at their disposal on scores of occasions. He dt??y regretted the breach of the law* and had takm steps to ensure that there could be no repetition. T!?e Mayor: Do the pohce agree w?h what Mr. Arnold has said with reference to the oli-aracter- of the defendant ? Head Constable Haggins: Oh, yes. The Mayor Is this the first case of the kind iocally?— Y es, sir. The Mayor, in giving the decision of the Bench, said that Having regard to all the circumstances tile cases would be dealt with leniently, Put ) the penfKy imposed now must not be re- garded as an i1Jutr,aÜon of what would I happen in any future prosecution of the kind which might come before the justices. Defendant was lia.ble to a tine of .£100. He wouM have to pay ;;d8., including costs; and Gladys Lovering Ll. The Bench did not think the offence should interfere-with the license.

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ICHAIRMAN AND ! MANAGER. i

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SWANSEA JEWISH-' EFFORT.

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