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

WRECKAGE OF H!S OWN I SHIP.

REPORTED MISSING, BUT ! DEAD.!

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MISSED HIS STEP. ___I

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DEAD COLLIER'S CHILD. I

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DEAD COLLIER'S CHILD. INTERESTING ACTION AT NEATH. .lijdge Lloyd Morgan, heard an in-j ceresting action at Xeath County Court on Thursday, in which Flsie Mav Hayden. of! J 5. I pjierTerrace. Ireboeth. near Swansea.! made an application-under tho Workmen's' CcmppnsatJDn Act, as the motln and next friend of an infant named David Henrv Jones. Trevor H. Hunter (instructed bv Mr. j F_ dward Harris, Swransea.i appeared for the applicant, and Mr. C. B..Jenkins for the parents of the deceased man. Mr. Hunt-er said that. a sum of £ 242 2s. 5d. had been paid into court in respect of the death of a coiber named Wv Jones, the son of 11-illiin iild Mary Ann Jones, of Pitityba-boti Farm, Craigcefnparc. C'ydaeh, I in(] the parents were now parties to the 1 action. Deceased met with a fatal lc- i p t. the Graigola M-rthyr near Swansea. He had been keep-j company al)cl -,vis engaged to applicant,! Llsiie May- Hayden. A male chiid was born to the auulica-nt. oil la-it. v«nnv r»f rL --l' .J'Ui, f' which deceased was the fatter. Deceased nit-ended to man-y the girl, and actually put in the banns of mariiag? before he I,. a Killed, but tho date was not- fired.—Apnii- cant- bore out these statements. I For t.he parents, Mr. Jenkins submitted that they were partially dependent llpon then- son. and that they had kept t since t-he.iir -sou's death. Mary Ann Jones, mother of the deceased, s:iid her son gave her all his wages, C2 a week, except pocket monej. Cross-examined, s he sa'd that she had seven children. Her husband had a sma] fa rm. Hi" Honour awarded the parents of the deceased dependents, and the 2s. d., t,) the applicant, on behalf of the child, to be naid out at. the i-ate 'of 4c. a week, the costs to be paid out of the money in Court.

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