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WIFE'S ADMISSION j REMARKABLE EVIDENCE IN ABERAVQH CASE: At Aberavon on Friday, Mary Aim M ort May, summoned her husband, Per- j ;ivul William Mort, Springfield-terrace, Aberavon, discharged soldier for desertion. Mr. Dan Perkins appeared tor the com- plainant, ann Mr. Lewis M. Thomas tor the defendant. Mr. Dan Perkins said the parties were married at Neath on 2nd February, 1907. and there were two children of the mar- riage. Their married life had been very unhappy, the defendant never being in regular employment. At Bridgend r.e wn, :it was alleged, mistwlJaving himself wiW a voung servant girl to whom he re- presented himself as being single. He I wanted her to run away with him. There \—— also auctions that he misbehaved himself with a barmaid in another part of the country. All's. May said that when she was a.t Bridgend a servant girl came to the house with a note for her husband, When the girl saw her she cried and gave her the defendant's letters and a pair of gloves he had gin"n her. While defendant waq in Egypt he wrote once a week. She admitted I having committed adultery in February with a soldier who had been stationed at Aberavon. While living in Aberavon she used to wash and sew for a soldier, and he invited her for a holiday. Whilst her husband W;H, in the Army she obtained a guinea separation allowance. She was in Pembrokeshire for a month, and whilst she was there her husband returned home invalided. She came back and found-the home broken up, everything having been 5(;ld. In cross-examination, complainant de- nied walking out with soldiers. On one occ: i he threatened her with a rassor. SI;" -vim it ted committing adultery with I lie .c soldier at* Aberavon before a visit to Pembrokeshire. The defendant, giving evidence, said he had been discharged from the Army totally disabled, with a pension. When he returned from Egypt he found his wife wpi; away with the soldier. In cross-examination: He was formerly a commercial traveller. Mrs Jones, Butcher's Arms, Noarbough- ten, Neyland. said the soldier, David iTonee, and Mrs. May had been living there as man and wife. Mrs. May, who, i she knew as Mrs Jones, told her that she was- a widow, her first husband having died when the child was six months old. The bench made an order* for the pay meat of 10s. a week, the wife to have the custody of the two children, costs beiii,' aJIowed.

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