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 LIVED AT LLANELL Y.

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 LIVED AT LLANELL Y. TraYeller and 44 The Other Lady." On Thursday, in the Divorce Court, Mr* Justko Low had before him the un- defended petition of Mrs. Millie Ciarke, ior dissolution of her marriage with he? husband, Mr. Lewis Stanley Clarke, 011 the ground of his desertion and adulterv. The parties were married in August, 1901, at Lewisham, and lived together happily for some years. There was one child of the marriage. The husband was a ti-avellet- for advertisements. Jn 1911 he began to stay out late at nights, and later left her. He had sent her smaJl supis from time to time. He disappeared for some time, and eventually he was found living with another lady Vs his w-i-S at L'.apelly. t'*> r After hearing the evid^Uue.his J) 4 granted petitioner;! decree nisi; with the custody of the fluid. 1

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SWANSEA TRIBUNAL AMD THE .BAKER.

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AT SWANSEA GARRISON HOSPITAL..1

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