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"1" .<1.11" SEARCHING FOR FOOD IN A DUST BIN., Alleged Neglect ofTreforest Children. At Pontyprddon Wednesday James R,Pnfr1 and his wJte, Canal Bank. Treforest, were sum- moned for neglecting their children. Mj Ernest Roberts appeared for the N-S P-C Ci Inspector Thomas said he had visited the housi, and found tbe seven children scantily clad but fairly well nourished, with the exceptioi of one pirl, who was very puny. One oi til beds was in a very bad stale. The pantry con tained only a pound of bread and thcef bloaters. The husband was living apart iroD his wieand he understood that be sent he only small sums ol m<'nev, though be e&rne' goo l wages. Dr Evans said one of the cbi dren was very puny. All were covered WIt vermin, PC Slibbs said he had seenth children at the dust bin searching for troc The husband said he sent his wife 15s a w.ee' regularly. The case was adjourned loi tvr j months. f

PALE, WEAK, LASTED.