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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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DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS AT GORSEINON.…

LIGHTS SHOWING AT MUMBLES.

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LIGHTS SHOWING AT MUMBLES. Under the Defence of the Realm Act, summonses against four Mumbles businete people were beard at the Swanaea Police Court on Wednesday. The defendants, who were charged witW; showing lights of too great prominence. were Herbert Ceaton. BtaHoner; William! Gosling. Emma Hopkine, Ship and Castle Hotel; Sarah Eleanor Evans, Hanover Dairy. All pleaded guity, and P.S. Wil- liams gave evidence in each case. For the defence Mr. J. Cumming Evans, J.P., said that in the case of Mrs. Brava the light could only be seen from an oblique view, and even then it was 4wreenod from the sea by some shrubbery. The Mumbles shopkeepers, he said, had had a wretched existence until the last few weeks. The police, he admitted, were doing their work admirably, and deserved infinite credit for the efforts they were making under adverse conditions to main- tain law and order in the district. Superintendent Letheren pointed out that these were the first cases of their kind in the Mumbles, but warnings had been given on several occasions. A fine of Ms. was imposed is each came.

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