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I NO SURPRISE THIS TIME. I'..,…

; SHIRKERS IN MINES. !

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I LLANELLY SOLDIER ON A RAFT.…

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SWANSEA ORLS CLUB.-

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SWANSEA WAR LOAN 7BAROMETER…

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SWANSEA BOY AND t GIRL WORKERS.I

i "ABSOLUTE SECURITY."!

FUEL SHIPPER'S CLAIM!

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FUEL SHIPPER'S CLAIM! FAILS AT SWANSEA COUNTY; COURT. At the Swansea County Court oil Tuesday (before his Honour Judge Bryn Roberts), Austin Driscoll, fuel shipper, oi Tontine- street, claimed FS in respect of ei2.ht weekss' compensation, the respondents being the Atlantic Patent Fuel Company.— j Mr. \V. A. Thomas appeared for the appli- cant, and Mr. Metcalfe represented the respondent tompany. On September 1st appl-iennt said he was working stacking up fuel, and when turning over an empty trolley his loot slipped and ■ the trolley struck him in the groin, causing, all absce&s which incapacitated liini fc-r the II peritki. stated. "Do you drink?" asked Mr. -Metcalfe of II the applicant.  Me?" he replied. "Oh, 1 I drink. "Me?" .h e replied. yes, The only -thing is I can't get it." Driscoll added that he hnd not been drinking on the day in question. Dr. Anderson, called lot- the applicant, said that the a>bscess could have come about with or without a blow. The man suffered from an o'd hernia. Mr. Jonah Charles (Dockers Union) gave I evidence of the service of noMce upon uhe ,evld,e.-n-ce of thp, serv i ce of notice iipoit 7?o, the Atlantic Company, lk W. c. Williams, Cardiff, deposed to examining applicant after he had recovered, and Driscoll did not tell him that he had been struck but only that he had strained him- self. I The notice of the accident was admittedly not given until September 16th, and his Honour said that he thought that was fatal to the applicant. Further, he waf not satisfied that the a bscess was due to 'I Mcident. On both grunds he found for the respondents with costs. —

THOUGHT HE WAS AII NEGRO!

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