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PLUCKY BRETON. I < Saves Three Children at I' Swansea. HAULED OUT ONE BY ONE. I Three children, aged lrom five to ten years, were rescued from the North Dock single-handed by a French seaman, a former maiine gunner, of the ketch Marie de Chanzy. on Slmday afternoon. The children were Harry Scadomus (10). Frederick Jen- kin- (9). and Richard Jenkins (5). a brother of Frederick, and they live at Febian-street, St. ibomais. Frederick .Jenkins told P.S. Mullina, who was on the scene soon after the rescue, that his little brother fell into the dock opposite PiErre Tonnerre. 'Messrs. England's storei on the Strand, and in endeavouring to reach him with a piece of wood, he and his companion overbalanced and fell in. They weie pulled out by the Frenchman. A "Daily Post reporter went on board the ketch, and was told the stoty. The rescuer's name if Pierre Jean Tonnerre, a marine gunner, c-f Alorbihan, Brittany. HEARD CHILDREN'S CRIES. He stated it was just after one o'clock. He heard children's cries, and looked ovei the bow of his boat, which was in the corner of the North Dock, and saw three I little children struggling in the water. He threw off hin sabots and dived into the dock. and got cut the children c.ne by one. He did I this single-handed, without the aid of a boat, and other members of the crew con- firmed his story. I The piucky Frenchman fought in the war and is 27 years of age. The children are litiha the worse for their imroetfSion. l

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