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I NEATH SUNDAY TRADINC POINT. i j.H. Tucke-r. a NHlfeotioner and tobacon- I ist. of Briton Ferry-road. Neath, was. at Neath on Monday, summoned for an alleged I breach of The Shops' Early Closing Order '1912). The alleged offence occurred op Sun- day, December 24th, and it was contended th" Act did not apply. It was alleged that cigarettes were sold at 9 p.m. on the Sunday", whereas the shop should have closed at ) 8 p.m. On the other hand it was contended ) that the sale of tobacco, etc.. on a Sunday ( was only governed by the Lord's Day Act of 1677.-The Bench, however, ruled that the 1912 Act was valid in the case, and imposed I a fine of f5, and costs.-Reiiben Ix>vering, Briton Ferry-road, and Brinley Jones, Cliff Bungalow, Burry Port, were fined 208. inclu- sive for aiding and abetting. I

I LLANELLY SOLDIER ON A RAFT.…

SIX TO ONE. - I • i _.^ .!

SWANSEA ORLS CLUB.-

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SWANSEA WAR LOAN 7BAROMETER…

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" A MONSTROUS MACHINE." I

RAILWAYMEN'S NEW DEMAND.

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SWANSEA BOY AND t GIRL WORKERS.I

i "ABSOLUTE SECURITY."!

FUEL SHIPPER'S CLAIM!

THOUGHT HE WAS AII NEGRO!

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