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SWANSEA POLICE COURT.] Satl.,rday.- Befom Mr. W. Walters Met Mr. i David Owen. i DRUNKS. Pv:cba»2 King, for being drunk and fined and John Jenkins, 153, St. Helen's ufcvenue. who was druvik when in charge of a bone a? trap, was Ii?d 10- in default 10 Lam Ali tmp, ww LIsevs. 1 COUNTY BUttlNEKS. 3 DRUNK. I ) r" Anderson, of Penclawdd, got very ba/my 1 at C erton, and bad to pay 20s. or do 14; Evam, Gorseirton, got on the rpree at L ?ato-Ta?y?Mnt, .n? Md to dust 'down 15s. in eonseqTienoei. -HE WAN-DYJUNG MUKE. WHoam Thomas Rvea at Pew?,W"tL where ?e keeps & dc?ey, which h? ?kyws to nm at fenm, audi for this he had to pay 6s. 8d. THE H i ■ • KR. Tbwaas Dn:ie8, 'Was.seen driring a  .BrnTaea?l?a?wT?'???S?- Hessndt!bat I tl.P.v bad mnty inst gone oat. Fined 5s, lOd. i -01 WASN'T CHRiSTENEIX ywna Tboinaa, Trefooeth, was charged with I msag a Wt witijoot bavi^ his name painted I t.-m -A as required by taw, fmed 10s. lIWili IIIIIIIJ 0I"e the Mayor (Stc. Bowel Wat- « kins), the Stipendiary (Mr. J. Coke Powier), Ifc. J. Bower, and Mr. S. OaAdberg. < URL N hJS. 1; ;¡" rn Thomas, 1, BeUiesirJa-sfcreefc, fur & artmk a^xS disorderly bad to pay 10s. or do >»evw» days; D&vid Jooftes, Stefeioiw«ad, Gower- f ton, for a drur-k and disorderly had to face the penalty; an did also Thomas Kmg, a ■fcirtiarTaft. William Mort, 214, far TKnrtfr drunk m Union-street, was fined 7a. tIi. Edwstrd R van, Scatty, for being drank mJDe- la--Bouho Street, was fined ?». 6d. LNDECEN (JY. I i?ea? Prmtt, ott,.Stxe"t? &M ArtDu:r 1 i:1ety, 175, Middle-road, C*MbW'Zi?.? I ind?-ency in too A..rood, were &aed *3s. each, or in <M'Mit ten days'. I OBSCENITY. I Bridget Thomas, 15, Grabam-saiawt, for mriJrgl flfcacOT^laiMrnage, was flued 5s. FOOTBALL. A-lucrt Fender, 39, Orchard -street^ feT-playing I football in Orchard-street, *« fined 2s. 6d. UNMUZZLED. i Job Taytor, 14, Chapel-street, allow* his J dog to go about without a muzzle, and bad to nar 2.. 6d. HUSBAND AND WIFE. Ethel Blanche Gwiiym, represented: by Mil. toiler, saerf her basband, Oharies. 8, Bdb- iale, tor degerticm and to find sureties of thH peace. Mr. Ley son represented the defendNxk. Ojcipiaiiismt said that she was married on December 18th, 1896, and hod now one child. On March 17th this year leer bafiband: went Itome. It was pouring with rain, asnd he orf ¡JlPT if she was with hdan. She in- repbed that he waa night H-e took a porfc- clothes as he oouM him on the 27th of to the house, and in a for his clothes, but she Seru to help support his st to her face, and searA He struck her sister, Ife liad several times for her.On the suggea- o was deckled to adjoum o ascertain if an simoa&2e> .tot be made, binding awr j sum of £ 20 t» keep th» months.—Then oaroe a long -wem the lawyers as to who should sy toe jkSte* the Booch ordering that the man aki pey than. Tbis Mr. Ley son refuaed „iy to agree to, (Mid Mr. Leeder therefore ected In go on with the oase^-—Cross-ex^ and: The row between them was nf4 an be use she woaid not go aod live soorewLiej e instead 11' her mother s, and Mra. Jttm lie, a sister of the comp^aioaot, said that si je ficeiTed a blow meact ior her Rister. -Goof ge Seran, a brother of com also ridenee. Eventaaiiy tfae Beoch bomsd Gwiiym 1 sver the sum of 210 for three rmntlm is the atiaes case, adjoaraing the dtoecbaa ease r a week. ASSAULTS. Teary Murphy, 2, Bay View VTlbi, for aosa nit hi» wtt«, Mary, was Used 2Cfcu, a jnd icial irsfcien beim;r an ordar for pay: aeat '•«. per week day .-&í.-e too.r (Jfr. J.- Oob >wler),-and Mr. W. otene. DRUNK, sy W, hawker, Zors-Ai%mk and, dis- iy in Wgli-UeAM-ttt"t, was fiuad 1 Os., in :It thre oÏap- nift IL Evau, H, Spring-il got a 1. aDd L, fell into the km Of T-C. (94) tarbrook, and was tinml oy. fv -&íøie--Mi.-W- Waiters (uad.Mr. I>. Owen. DRUNX_ nuet DOCOVBU, J¡la.nçfetae.f-rfJ8d, for a and disordBriy in bomifar^et-piace, wqjs 1!Jd W pay 16s. or do 4 du i otIo Ø8S, 34, roDZi n#v«treet. or a drreik a«d wly had to ,i- do aeveu days'.— 5, M Maoselteo, a gks^yos druak. It to.A tluce poiioe- and a cavilmn to take lam to the station, P. 11 l«witet'broo>. i>'tüt las coat badly torn. Wit was Sned Ss., siEsd tfe, with the toomd "p to lis. 6d. ASSACLT. imull Jane Rosier 81, Qarmarthtfn-road, » abwgwt with assasoitmg Sophia Spooner. qaptSEDuat said she did nt:4; waat to press tierg-e agranst the defeadBnt, who was her r, but sbe aazst usk for protectiam- jhI over to keep the pease for three JUm. UOlTNTif RCSUfESK MATKRNAL MAINTENANCE. >oim SieeBftan, Sketty, had been ewiered te ty In. per week ffvr the nuintenanoe of hiq jotlier, but had allowed it to drop half-a- oar in arrears.—An oudec for poymeBt vats Ade. NO DOG LICRJiCE. Matthew Wnitefard, vSketty, for kowpins: a og without a liotaoe vae fined 7s. 6d. aad Ja!J. barad -.y.—Before t (JJlL J. Cefce «he Ex-Mayor {AJd. 17. Bradford), Aod W. Watkina, Ksq. DAMAGING A TRiBE. WiWifim Evaaftf" (lZ). 17, WeLingtm-,Amt, ad William Joivn Davies (12), 5, little Madoc- aeet, were elbargod with doing malicious dani- ge tÐ a tree in Walter-road.—Fiaed 5s. each. PITCH AND TOSS. William Onfian (15), 36, Bodjaeystreet, for Spying pitch and: toss, was feed 2s. THE DOG DAYS. Taos. G. Williams, baivey-terrace, lor aiiow- 1If: his dog to be out without a muzzle, was %wl 2s. 6d.. iTKriudmg costs.—Thus. Wi kanie, 125, Pemtrec&wyth-roafl, was fined 2s. 6d., in- ettisivr for a simika- <> £ ienoe. A BATCH OF ASSATJJTm. Oirai TLeanuwti, rfslleman, 1:C, Fisher-street. jKionirtoii, for &111 a,fc,9Sii«it on his wife, was fined 40B. aad a judicial sewation was %i»o granted, witji mainteoaute of 17s. pa,- week.—Martha Wi.Wwus, 13, Taberi^^o-i^treet, for aseawlting S«aiMkh Sbsirt, was fined .5&-BTidget Thomas, lfi. CJr^hfKtnd-fltreet, foi assaulting Zlt, a 'e. wair ioed 5s. aad onutx, or, in defaait, a. LA- SCRETtEa mrnes Jones, Wilhants-orurt, was twmmoned I by lriø wile Ann to find 9Ureties of the peace.— I Ordered to keep the peace for six months. AFFILIATION CASE. J.1m DmmxpFt", 18, Caaptttyll-street, wa* j •umioci-.V)d to sho^ c"tia why, ate. Mary Ann JVHipH swore that the defendant was thil father of her auild, bro ohifi he stoutly danied. Witnesses were called out both sides and there was some «to**g -ring the ease beiug adjourned for a week.

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