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SWANSEA II. V. CARDIFF II.

I "A CLEAN SHEET."

-.I "KILLED AT SEN-GHENYDD."

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I "KILLED AT SEN- GHENYDD." BOY'S TOUCHING" TALE AT GOWERTON. "ARTFUL DODGER AND KINDLY WORKMEN. At Swansea County Police Court on Saturday, a youth named Edward George Barton was charged with stealing on the 14th inet. a watch value 2.s. lid., the pro- perty of Jainem Sohofield, employed at the Elba Steel Works, Gowerton. Complainant found him sleeping there; and defendant told him that be had a father and brother killed in the Sengheoydd ex- plosion, and that he himself was in hospital, having been injured in the Senghenyda Pit just before the explosion. Prosecutor gave him a shilling and then commenced work, hanginp; his waistcoat on a nail ir. a cabin where the boy was bitting. The watch was in the waistcoat pocket. Returning to the cabin later, prosecutor found the waistcoat still there, but the vatoh and the boy were gone. Divid Lewis, a furnaceman at the Bryn- gwyn Steel Works, Gorseinon, said defen- dant came to him and offered to sell him the watch for 2s. He told the same tale about a father and brother being killed at Seng- hoiivdd. Witness took pity on him and gave him 2s. 6d. for the watch. P.C. Phelps arrested defendant at the Mountain Colliery, Gorseinon. No such person wa<s killed at Seng- henydd," said Inspector Davies, who added that EVERY STATEMENT MADE BY THE BOY that had been investigated had proved de- ceptive. He had been up at Ponta.rda.we, aleo for stesH'ig a watch; the present charge was subsequently to that. Defendamt gave his age at 17. but looked: little more than 14 or 15. He now said he didn't know where Ms parents were. The ciise was adjourned for a week for still further enquiries to be made. The boy wanted the Bench to '(put th j final on it, so that I can know if T am to get the birch or go to prison." Remanded a wesk in a Aorm to&fe

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