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FELL FROM A CRANE,

ALIEN WOMAN'S DEFENCE.

LLANOii-O GUARDIANS..

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. I…

THE ALIEN WHO LEFT. I

MINERS AND THE HOSPITAL. )…

LORD KAZAN'S PRAISE

HOW SIXTH WELSH FARE. I

FOREIGNERS IN THE MINES.I

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I j CABINET COMMITTEE* SITTING.

SIP, ALFRED MOND EXPLAINS…

FULLER, V.C.-I

AMMANFORD MOTHER'S REFORM.

PIGEONS, BUT NO PERMIT. I

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PIGEONS, BUT NO PERMIT. I At Ammanford Police Court on Mon- day—before Messrs. William Llewellyn (in the chair) and Thomas Morris- William Lloyd, a young man, of Brynlloi- road, Glanamman, was proceeded against for a breach of the Defence of the liealn* Act by keeping three homing pigeons without a permit. Defendant said he did not know that a permit was required. Deputy Chief Constable Evans said the regulations had been circulated in the district, and also that it would be stated in evidence that defendant bought these pigeons from a person who was already in possession of a permit, and in that case it was natural to assume that this person would have explained matters to defendant. P.S. Richards said lie had seen a pigeon loft at the bottom of the garden of the defendant's house containing Three hom- ing pigeons. Defendant, asked if he had a permit, replied, I didn't know that it was required till I was told .by John Henry Hughes after you called." At the court defendant had nothing to say. It was stated by the Deputy Chief Con- stable that defendant was liable to six months' imprisonment. The Chairman said that was the first case of the kind that had come before them, and they did not want to be hard on defendant. At the same time they wished to give him warning, and to warn others that pigeons must not be kept without a permit. v J* fine of 9s. was imposed.

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SWANSEA SCHOOL ACCOM MODA.…

WHY THE LIGHT WAS VISIBLE.

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