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WOMEN WORKERS SHOULD TAKE…

WRONGLY SUMMONED. !

FREEMASONRY.

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ITO OCCUPY 4 DAYS.I — ■ ■…

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A WITHORAWt ASSERTION

TERRIBLE FACE SORES.I

"WELSH" IN INDIA.I

FOREMAN ACQUITTED. !

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FOREMAN ACQUITTED. At Aberavon on Monday, Thomas Bond, a l'o.eman at Messrs. Tophani. Jones and liiiilton's works at Taibuch. who lives at Devonshire-place, Port Talbot, was cuargcd with an offence against Blodwcn Williams (16) daughter of Philip Williams of Mabel-street, Aberavon. Mr. Lewis M- Thomas represented defendant. Complainant eaid that on the Kith ir.3t. cdie went to the works in eearch of em- ployment. She saw Mr. Bond, and he said they did not want girls then. Later he sent her a note, telling her to start on the Monday morning. When she was in the mess-room, waiting for the uniform, the defendant called her to his office and locked the door, putting the key in his pocket. «He then committed the ofience alleged. She could not ecream becaitc? he had his band over her mouth. After- wards he gave her her uniform ar.d told her to go to work. She was crying, and she told two girh: what had happened, and the girls struck work, and there was an interview with thi boss "-a Mr. Wil- liaitLG—and others Dr. Hellyer gave medical evidence, and the Bench, after retiring, found that there was no eunport for the girl's eviderce and discharged the defendant. Outside the court he was surrounded by a number of the girls employed at the wojks and loedly cheered.

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ILOCAL MILITARY AWARDS. I

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" I'LL BRAIN YOU."I

A RUNAWAY -HORSE.I

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