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SKEWEN SHEBEEN.I

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SKEWEN SHEBEEN. I Soldier's Wife Who Killsd the Fatted Calf." Amazing revelations were made at Neath on Friday in an alleged shebeen casft at Skewen. The defendant was Eliza- beth Jacobs, 16, Old-road, Skewen, for- merly licensee of the Hope and Anchor, Neath, whose husband is on active ser- vice. Herbert E. Glover, wine and soirit merchant, Windsor-road. Neath: W. D. Morgan, collier, Cwmavon: and Dd. Wil- liams. collier, Cwmavon, were charged with aiding and abetting. Mr. Jestyn Jeffreys appeared for the defence. Sunt. Ben Evans said that at midnight. on November 3rd Inspector Gill and P.C. Vomiu saw a man named Whitfield and his wife leaving the house. The man was gulling his wife. who was under the influ- ence of drink out of the house, and when he Raw the inspector he exclaimed "This is my wife: she has been here all the evening, and you can see her condition. she is very drunk and snends half life- time here." Defendant closed the door and went in. Subsequently the police en- tered the house and saw Morris and Wil- liams in the kitchen with vessels of beer in front. of them. Mr. Jeffreys said that during September Mrs. Jacobs expected her husband home. tic asked the Bench to imagine the home- coming without some beer in the hous^. (Laughter). Accordingly Mrs. Jacobs ordered the beer. They were going to kill the fatted calf. invite their friends to eat and drink end be merry. The case against Glover was dismissed, and Morris and Williams were each fin^d > £ 1. Mrs. Jacob. denied the sale of any beer. She admitted the purchase of 49 gallons of flagon beer since she had been livin: at Skewen. but said that some of 'it was for friends. 'The Bench found Alm. iiiid she was fined £ 2. ii ——

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