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CANTON POISONING CASE.

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AMUSING SWANSEA CASES.

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AMUSING SWANSEA CASES. HOW A CUTE WOMAN DEFENDANT BAFFLED THE POLICE. At Swansea Police-court on Tuesday Wil- liam Thomas Evans was charged with drunkenness in Oxford-street. Defendant said he had 500 testimonials from people in Breconshire, and he was simply suffering from weakness. He produced two hats, one a bowler and the other a tam o' shanter, and questioned the officer as to which he was wearing at the time. "I can't say for cer- tain," was the officer's reply. "Then it was you that was intoxicated, not me," was the triumphant conclusion the defendant drew. He was, however, fined 20s., or 21 days. Mary Ann Gibson, charged with a. similar offence, was unable to appear for very per- sonal reasons. She had in her cell thrown off all her clothing, and was now sitting there in the costume of Eve, declining to dress. The ease had to be remanded till to-day (Wednesday), when it was added tha.t she should appear. A Bridgend widow, named Clara Lewis, alleged that she came to Swansea to take a situation, and met someone who professed to come from her new situation. She alleged that this person drugged her with some stuff that tasted like poison.—The Bench discharged her, advising her not to make too free with strangers in future.

THAT'S THE TIME

WOMAN'S 134TH CONVICTION.

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STORMY MEETING HELD AT PENARTH.

MR. WILLIAM BRACE SPEAKS ATI…

WELSH REPRESENTATION.

ISIR SAMUEL GRIFFITH.

MARQUESS OF BUTE.

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