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ISWANSEA CLAIMS I -.I

UNDERGROUND BAKE.HOUSES.

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SWANSEA PARENTS PROSECUTED.

KING AND QUEEN

IF "'THE BILL" PASSES.

AN INTERESTING POINT.

"THE LAW AGAINST HIM."

RESPECTED OLD -SKETTY RESIDENT.--…

"IGNORED HER IN STREET."

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"IGNORED HER IN STREET." ABERAYON BENCH AS PEACEMAKERS. At Aheravon on Monday Blodwen Rees, Bath-street, Port Talbot, summoned hef husband, Jnkin M. Rees, schoolmaster, Sandfields, A beravon, for desertion.— Mr. L. M. Thomas appeared for com- plainant, and Mr. Moses Thomas de- fended. The case had previously been adjourned to enable the parties to come to an ar- rangement. Mr. L. M. Thomas said that his client was prepared to return to her husband and live anywhere with him. The Bench further endeavoured to effect a settlement, but as the defendant declined to give up the custody of the youngest child the case was proceeded with. Complainant said that they were mar- ried in August, 1911, and had two child- ren. In May last- year he TURNED HER CUT OF THE HOUSE with one of the children, and told her not to come back. She went home, and' he had since refused to have anything to do with her, and had refused to speak to her in the street. In September she wrote asking him to provide a homo for her, and telling him that she was broken- hearted at not seeing the child. At this stage Dr. Jones (chairman) had a consultation with the defendant and his wife, and later announced that he had effected a reconciliation.