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NO FIRE-GUARD. I _H_ BEREAVED MOTHER FINED I AT SWANSEA AS WARNING TO OTHER 1 PARENTS. Tabitha Howard, married, was at Swansea. Police Court on Tliursdav summoned for al- lowing her child, aged five, to be in a room at her house on the Strand, and which con- tained an open grate, the sam-e not being protected by a fireguard, on Decem ber 15th. Defend *nt admitted the offence. De?eo?ve A. Eynon s?id he visited the house and i?und the ch?d had been burnt. The child later died at the Swansea Hos- pital. After the inquest he spoke to de- fendant about the matter And she told him she oould iki afford to buy one as she was very poor. .The Chief Constable said it was a very sad case in which defendant had lost her child owing to the neglect of providing a 1 fireguard. He did not press the charge but thought the care sh\.JoUld.be brought before the court and the ptiblic under the Chil- dren'« Act. ..j The Chairm?f» said it was a, proper casetc i bring before them if it, was only for publicity. Manv sorrows and troubles had been brought about through neglect. The Chairman also told defendant that she was liable to a fine of £10. A fine of 10s. was imposed and defendant given time to pay.

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