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I Gambling among Boys I PLAYING BANKER IN OXEN STREET I I At the Juvenile Court -on Thursday, before Mr. Thomas Jones and Mr. H. D. Evans, two lads, Clifford Lewis., 8, Oxen street, and David Thomas, 4, Cilheol, were summoned for playing "hanker" in Oxen street on September 15th, and pleaded guilty. P.C. Lodwick said he saw the defend- ants playing for money in the street and when he approached they ran away leavmg the cards and 10Jd. Replying to the Bench, one of the de- fendants said he was employed at the Tins tamping Works wliile the other was engaged at the Mynydd Mawr. Inspector Nicholas said there were con- tinued complaints about gambling, es- pecially in the New Dock district. Defendants were each ordered to pay os. 6d. towards the costs.

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