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BEJWEEN SHIP AJD QJA Y

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BEJWEEN SHIP AJD QJA Y Woman Who Told Police She Was Tired of Life. At the Swansea Police Court on Friday, Minnie Jones (31) was charged with an attempt to commit suicide by throwing ■herself into the North Dock, on February 11th. A boy on board the $.6. Asta said that lie, saw the woman walking along the Ii ú.y wall. She fell betwocn the ship and the quay wftll. The lad shouted, "A woman has fallen into the water." She was then holding by au upright in the water. Captain Olsen came, and together Litey pulled the woman out of the dock. Captain Olsen, of the s.s. Asta, corro- borated the lad's statement When he told the woman he should send for the police, she replied, Don't do that; I'll get on all right." 1\C. vvu:ifUiio said be was on duty fiear Pugslev s-yard. Strand, when he heard, groaning^ Ho searched among the v.agi>:u-> there, a;Kl in one u. ilieui found defendant, partly undressed, and very vi>t. Asked what was the matter, she re- plied. I've been in the dock; take me to the police station I am better in jwtll thai out." Asked how she got into the dock, she replied that she was pushed in, did not know by whom. But on the way to the station she said. I jumped into the dock I am tired of my life, and that is suicide; but a man pulled me out. The defendant was committed to take her trial at Quarter Sessions. ] _r<

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