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ABERAVON. I

I ABESTDtfLAIS-I

BONYMAEN. I

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BRYMCOCH.I

CWMAVON. -I

DULAJS VALLEY.I

,IGLYN-NEATH. i

LLANSAWLST.I

NEATH.I

PORT TALBOT._,

iRESOLVEN.I

SKEWEN. I

SEVEN SISTERS.I

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT. I

MONEY "SOCIETY'S AFFAIRS.I

DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER.I

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DEAD MAN'S DAUGHTER. I At the Swansea County Court on Wed- nesday requests were made under the Workmen's Compensation Act in connec- tion with the death of James Phillips. 8. Eynon-street, Gorsei, who was killed at Messrs. Gilbertson's colliery. Mr. Samson stated that the deceased bad been separated from his wife under a deed dated November, 1914, by which his wife and daughter were allowed lite, per week. Subsequently deceased's wife went to live in Pembrokeshire, deceased himself residing at Gorseinon with his people. Two days before he died his wife gave birth to a child by another man. Divorce proceedings were begun and the payments stopped. His Honour made an award granting the daughter £O. No order as to cost on either pide was made.

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I THREE IN A TENT I

SECRETARY -OF PENSIONS.I

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. j

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! DISASTER TO ZEPPELINS I

.! SHOT BY HIS MEN. j

TO BE -RELEASED.j

TO SEE SWANSEA LADS.

MORRISTON GROCER.

MORRISTON MAN'S POLICY. I

WORKED AT TAIBACH.r

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AT THE POLICE COURTSI ^ I

YStRA £ >GYWL^f».

OLD SWANSEA. I

GRAIN AND FLOUR TRADES. I

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