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GRANDSON OF SIR JNO.I LLEWELYN.

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SWANSEA SOLDIER- HUSBAND'S BETRAYAL. WIFE "PICKS UP" WITH A DESERTER. SORDID STORY AT PONTY- POOL. I At Pontypool Police Court on Saturday, Ruth Griffiths, a young married woman, whose husband was formerly a dock labourer at Swansea, was brought up in custody charged with aiding and abetting un the con- ce-Liment of a deserter, Pte. Wilfred Davies, 5rd/6th Welsh Regiment. Mrs. Griffiths has been recently living at Canal-road. PontyPool, and the constable who arrested her said that when charged she re- plied: "I am a married woman and my hus- band is in France. I pioked up with Davies In Swansea in June; in August we came from Swansea. I have been living with him since. r. know he was a deserter, but was afraid to give information." Defendant (interrupting): "I didn't know he was a deserter. If I did I would have given him in charge." The police also-stated that defendant HAD BEEN RECEIVING A SEPARATION ALLOWANCE in reepeot to her husbaoid all the time she had been Jiving with Davies. De-feiadant promised to return to her sister in Swansea and was discharged. The Chairmam told her he did not think she knew the serious offence she was com- mitting.

BROWN-WILLIAMS.,

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