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--SKfWEN DIVORCE.

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SKfWEN DIVORCE. In the Divorce Court on Wednesday, Mr. Justice Horridge granted a decree nisi to Mrs. Isabel Ann Jane Griffiths, resid- ing at Tachbrook-street, London, because of the desertion and misconduct cf her husband, William Wigley Griffiths, who did not defend. Petitioner said that she married the respondent on March 14th, 1891, at Skewen- Parish Church, he being a schoolmaster at the time. In 1901 he was ordtained a clerk in holy orders. In 1913 he admitted improper relations with a ladyâa teacher of music âin London, and afterwards had to re- ,4 hi* ew»jkjy. June, 191S, he t rrsed his'Vi^e pwi daughter out of the house. Subsequently li* lived with the other woman. Margaret Frances Cory, of Elgin-avenue, Maida Vale, London, gave evidence, and the petition was granted.

-_--THE PROFITEER.

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I SWANSEA NEWS,I

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TOWN TALK.

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