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LLANSAMLET CHEMIST'S WILL.…

THE MAIN COLLIERY CO. 1 (LIMITED).…

ITHE LANDING THAT FAILED.I

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ENTERED WRONG COURT. I

WELSHMEN HONOURED.I

DISTINCTION WITHOUTI DIFFERENCE.

HIGH TIMES ABOARD. I

TOBACCO COMPANY'S DIVIDENDS.

IBRECKNOCKS FROM I ADEN.I

TUG-MASTER'S' GRUESOMEI DISCOVERY.

CHAFFERS GOLD MINING CO. I

GERMAN'S FUTILE PLEA.I

COST OF THE WAR. I

SUNK IN COLLISION. j auNK1NCOLLisION.I

MATCHES AND AIRCRAFT.I

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ILOCAL POLICE COURTS.

LLANGADOCK.

LLANDILO.

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I SWANSEA. I MONDAY—Before Messrs. IU]. JCartin, j. Wignall, W. Williams (WernJ, and H. Goldberg. Margaret Thomas, charged with having been drunk and disorderly in Oxford street, was fined 7s. 6d. or se&en daye. On a promise not to repeat the offence, John Burke, who had been charged with having been drunk and incapable in Tower- lane, was di-smi--ed. Jamee Baker. who had been drunk and disorderly in Caer-str was fined lfts. or geven day- Thomas Gullam, steelworker, was charged with stealing and receiving a tobacco pouch and a pipe, value Is., from a eta 11 at Heaeng. Woolworth's shop in High-stroot, on kuguet 21st.—P.C. Maggs said heeaw defendant pick up a pouch and slip it in his pocket.— Defendant, who pleaded guilty, said he had had a couple of drinkis—He was bound over in the sum of £ 10 to be of good behaviour for twelve months. Alice Howells, charged with having been drunk while in charge of a child in Oxford- gtreet, pleaded guilty. She had been with- out food from Friday night until Saturday. —The magistrates eaid they were eorry for the woman, but as there was & previous offence, they must fine her lto. Walter Samuel Wardlaw, summoned for having a motor-car in Oxford-street without an indication plate, said he had been quite unaware that the plate was miaeingr, and had ordered a new one immediately. Defendant was fined 20a Cornelius John Jonee, for leaving hie motor-car unattended in High-etreet, was fined 20s. Tuesday.-Bef,we Messrs. J. W. Jones, J. Devonald, Dd. Meager, T. P. Ceok and Rd. Lewis. George Williams was summoned. for using obscene language in Dillwyn-atreet, and for assaulting P.C. Fitzgerald, on August 12. The officer said that he found defendant using most obscene language, and asked him to go away. Defendant then struck liim in the mouth. A travel- ling salesman and another witness volun- tarily came forward to give evidence in support of the police officer, and they were highly complimented by the presid- ing magistrates'Dclendant was fined S:2 or a month. Abdul Hamell. an Indian, was; charged with having been drunk and disorderly 1, noft- the Prince of Wales Dbek; -H-f aasd he had just been paid off, and lost all his) mo. On promising to go back to his 1 ship, defendai t was dismissed. Mary Lennon, charged with ricaons conduct on the Strand, was fined leg. olf 7 days. Daniel O'Connor Lance-Corpl.. all a.b-o; gentee from the 7th Batt. (Tranport) Munster Fusiliers at Basingstoke sincfr- August 19th, was remanded to await ciati escort. David Bed does, summoned for allowing his son Rie-hard. agoo 14, to enter tiler Bank Hotel for the purposes of street trading, was fined 5s. A similar fine- was inflicted upon Hugh Gallager, for ito similar offence. A summons against Geo. Haymore was adjourned for a week.- Charles Fisher, for allowing his two sonff Sidney and David, aged 14 and 12 to' trade without official badges, was fined: IN., and ordered to pay in a fortnight. Mary J. Clist summoned Bridget Çra-1 ven for sureties of the peace. In the end, they were both bound over. Thursday.-Before Messrs. Wm. Thomas (in the chair). Ben Jones, Roger: Thomas, and Dr. Rawlinge. David George Jones, driver, was is-Lim. maned by Kose Jones to show cause, etc, Defendant in the witness box admittect, intimacy, and an order for the payment" of 3s. 6d. a week for 14 years was made. Sarali J. James sum Harry DavieW (51), labourer, for assault .-Defendant was, bound over. Rosina AN ice summoned Bertie Shawl (21). soldier, for abusive language.—Th^ case was dismissed.

DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS AT GORSEINON.…

LIGHTS SHOWING AT MUMBLES.

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DEPART*…

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