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FARMERS AT LOGGER-1 HEADS

I BOY SCOUT HONOURED.I

A CWMGORSE BOY AT THE FRONT.

BEN. EVANS AND CO.'S CHRISTMASI…

LLANDILO PRIZE DAY.

SWANSEA MOTHERS.

MESSRS. EDWARDS' CHRISTMAS…

COM I NG HOME FOR CHRISTMAS.

MESSRS. BEVAN AND CO., LTD.

THREW HERSELF DOWNSTAIRS.

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r MINING MATTERS.

! CAPTAIN FOURIER SHOT.

I EFFECT OF WAR.

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I ALLEGED THEFT AT SWANSEA.

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I ALLEGED THEFT AT SWANSEA. At the Swansea Police Court on Monday John Jones, (35), a cattle dealer, was charged on remand with stealing and re- ceiving £ 21, the monies of John Haines, on December 11th. Prosecutors story was that he met Haines in a public-house and lent him a shilling. Subsequently in another housfl of call, defendant had plenty of money. Here there was a dispute, and prosecutot took off his coat to light, later missing it and defendant. Mr. Fred Gage. tobacconist, High-street, and Mr. John McCallum, licensee of the Bovega, gave evidence that defendant changed t;) notes at their establishments. Detective-sergeant Hayse spoke of seeing defendant outside Messrs., Ben Evans', I with four S5 notes in his hand. Detective Barry said that when hI arrested defendant at a common lodging house, he had S21 18s. 3d. in his posses sion. In reply to the charge, he said h, knew nothing about it. Jones was committed for trial at thi nest Quarter Sessions. Bail was allows —himself in S50 and two sureties of X25.

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LLANDILO PRIZE DAY.