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MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

BURNING FATALITY AT LLANELLY.

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ALLEGED BREACH OF THE LICENSING…

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ALLEGED BREACH OF THE LI- CENSING LAW AT GOWERTON. At the Swansea Police Court on Saturday, James Morris, beer retailer, of Gowerton, was summoned for selling beer contrary to his licence. Mr. W. Howell, Llanelly, defended. P.C. Baily said he watched the house on the 5th ult. and saw a woman leave, and afterwards found she had a bottle of beer. When she was seen the woman tried to de- stroy the bottle but he prevented her. The defence was that the woman had been to the house to pay her rent and she was given a bottle of beer. The Bench found that the transfer of the beer was a gift, and dismissed the case.

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