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* POPULAR AT SWANSEA DOCKS.'

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-_- - ..- - .. GERMAN OFFICER'SI…

! WRONG ADDRESSES.

LYING OFF - PEMBROKE DOCK.

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"UNAVOIDABLE ACCI" I ---DfclNiV-

" PAIR OF TWINS FOR! .-YOU."i

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PAIR OF TWINS FOR! YOU." SWANSEA TRADESMAN AND THE GIRL. REMARKABLE .EVIDENCE IN PATERNITY CASE. PATERNITY CASE. I :t:,Ppmbke Pobce C<'urt on Wednesday, mdre-d Idona l1]wm, 5, Railway- I teJract', summoned John C. Brocking, tailor, 103, High-street, (Swansea, (\\ho denied the allegation), to s how cause, etc., in respect to her two illegiti- mate children, winch were buru on ep- tember 21st, 115. Mr. R. 1). C iibertsoii. who appeared for the complainant, characterised the case as a j premeditated betrayal of a young girl and a- most- despicable, heartless, and black- guardly one at that. Complainant, in the witness-box. said that she first- made the acquaintance of the defendant at Pembroke Dock Market. I where he had a large stall. She had two children Oil September 21st, 1915. and defen- dant was the father <jf them. When 011 a visit to Neath at Christmas. 1914, she, in company with her mother, visited the defen- daiit at Swansea, and it was then decided that she should stay there to look after the shop and do the housework at a remuneva- j tioti of 5s. a- week, with clothes and board, She returned to Pembroke that- night, and returned tu Swansea on Jauurirv lith. j ^tier supper s'iie kre, nt to her room to rest, I She found that there was „ j ONLY ONE BEDROOM IN THE HOUSE. -,A-as off with a paper partition into two.. was told that olie was to sleep in the inner cub?c!e. She j -,vay, to Ieep ]it tile ,Tin-ei- citb-*(,Ie. ,-? )i e so defendant entered the room and t the bed was more comfortable. She refused several times, but at last consented, She also sJspfc with him. til the time during j her stay there. Alter she had been there t'ni e? weeks, they had a quarrel and parted, The children were born on September 21st. j Cross-examined by the defendant, witness] denied that "her young man" stayed the night with her at defendant's shop. She also denied other allegations as to her COfl- duct. She. however, admitted that her' young man had visited her at the shop on two occasions, and also that she had lodged for a time at the liou.se where this man re- sided. 1 Complainant's mother described the inter-j view with defu^Bd'it. at Pembroke Dock Alar- ket. w hen he was inform.d of her daugh-, condition, and also aii interview with him after the birth of the children. She. said. There are a pair of twins waiting for; VUII at home." and he replied. "Is there?" j Defendant, on oath, fienied the allega- | lions of the complainant and her mother. 1 lie said that the part it ion between the rooms | was a matchboard one. The Chairman said that the Bench con- I siderecl that defendant was the father of the complainant's children, and wou!d make an' order of 3s, 6d. a week for the- girl until she 16. and 3s. 6d. a week for the boy until lie was 14. They wou ld also allow a guinea doctor's fee. and £ 1 for the affidavit, whilst in addition he would have to pay the costs of the court. —~

WRECKAGE OF H!S OWN I SHIP.

REPORTED MISSING, BUT ! DEAD.!

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MISSED HIS STEP. ___I

NOT THE ORIGINAL SCHEME.

DEAD COLLIER'S CHILD. I

1 OUR BLIND HEROES. :

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PEOPLE TURNED AWAY:

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