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BURIED UNDIR FILL OF IART.

I ALARM AT A PANTOMIME.I

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SAID SHE HAD BEEN MARRIED…

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SAID SHE HAD BEEN MARRIED BEFORE. BUT SWANSEA LABOURER MUST MAINTAIN HER. CllRlOUS MATRIMONIAL TANGLE REVEALED. At Swansea on Monday, William Simms, la-bourer, was summoned for cruelty to his wife Mary Hannah. It had been alleged that the woman nad a husband alive at the time she married Simms. Compiaiiianf said she married a man named De Freese, lived with him for two years, and them found he was married. A week after she accused him and left, and had never seen De Freese since. Six years after she was married in Swansea to Simms. She had told defendant about it before marriage. She lived twelve months with Simms, then he put her .out of the house. She remained away four years, then they lived together again, and had done till 5 years ago. Then she left him because he was cruel. Mr. Thompson: Haven't you been seen I in the Queen's Hotel drinking with De Freese? Witness Never. lli. Thompson said the point was whether the husband was really alive in fact. A cobbler, who requested tha.t his name should not be published, said he knew complainant when she was MTS. De Freese. i They lived together in Baptist Well-street. He saw Do J'reeee two and a half years ago; also 18 months later. Complainant: You never told me?—No. Did you ever see me in his company?— Never. Henry Osborn, Matthew-street, corro- borated. George Thomas, Tunnel Hotel, also gave evidence. The bench arrived unanimously at the conclusion that they could make t.ho order. Defendant saad he only earned 17s. or 18s. a week. An older for payment of 6&. a week was 111f'xJ0.

SWANSEA RAILWAYMIN.II'

1\ , HOW MID-DEV©H WAS WON,I

_■I CRUSHED UNDIlt A FALL.

"MOST FIERY OF LIQUORS.".

PROGIISS OF TAIIFF ltEFOIIf.

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MID-DEVON RIOTS,

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- THAT OLD WINTIR COUGH.

LLANELLY ROYAL CHOIR AT SWANSEA.

- SWANSEA-STRSST IMPROVE-!…

INFANTILIS MOITALITY.

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; IONE OF PURSER'S WATCHIS.…

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SWANSEA BURGLARY. --

CAKSURWEN GRIEVANCE. -

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