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" A HEAVY SMOKER."

i44 FIGHTING THE FOREIGNER."

--I POSER FOR THE GUARDIANS.

I LLANSAMLET MEDICO

APPOINTED TO ABERDARE.

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-IRONCLAD'S TROUBLES.1

FROM FAR & NEAR. ————t

rFAMIUESERED 1

IASQUITH BOO'D.I

, WESTERN MINERSI IMEET.-1I

IFREE fUEL. I FREE-FUELE

CRASH IN CWM ROAD.

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CRASH IN CWM ROAD. WIVES FEUD: LIVELY SWANSEA SCENE. The story of a row in Cwm-road, with complications, was told at Swansea on Mon- day when Mrs. Annie Wagstaff summoned Mrs* Ruth Saunders for smashing eight panes of glass, sac-hes, etc., at 15, Cwm- road, value £ 3, and Aubrey Saunders (the son) for assault. The story of plaintiff was that Mrs. Saun- ders came to her house on February oth and smashed the windows with a. long stick. Aubrey Saunders then struck plaintiff in the mouth. For the defence, on the other hand, it was stated by Mr. E. Harris, who defended, that Mr. Saundens had been carrying on with Mrs. Wagstaff for ten or twelve years, that he had broken up his business and his home. At the house on the night in question, Mrs. Saunders found her husband inside with Mrs. Wagstaff. She inadvertently broke a pane of glass whilst looking. Saunders then rushed out and tried to drop her over a wall. A scuffle followed between her hus- band, Mr. Wagstaff and Aubrey Saunders, and a number of young men who had col- lected smashed the windows. During the hearing Mr. Wagstaff war called and said he let Mr. Saunders come to his house because he did not believe the stories that were about. Plaintiff, in cross-examination. DENIED SHE HAD BEEN "CARRY- ING ON" -4 with Saunders or that she had broken up his home. She was handed a letter by Mr. Harris asking her if Mr. Saunders did not say in it that after he had given her up she i continued to follow him about and molest ,him. Mrs. Honey, defend-nt's sister, faid it was the men who gathered who broke the wiindows. The Bench decided to dismiss both cases. Mrt. Saunders then applied for and re- ceived a. summons for maintenance against her husband.

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i FINE CUE-WORK.

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MADE IN SWANSEA. j

FATHER'S SUICIDE .1

FIFTY FOOT HIGH. I ■ ^ j

I NEATH'S GAS ENQUtRY.

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.