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ALLEGED BIGAMY AT BARRY DOCKS.

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ALLEGED BIGAMY AT BARRY DOCKS. SHE HOPED HER FIRST HUSBAND WAS DEAD. A stylishly dressed young woman, Margaret Danjou by name, 20 years of age, was charged at the Cardiff Police Court on Monday afternoon last (before Mr E. W. Shackell and Mr Edward Thomas) with bigamy, it being alleged that she went through a form of marriage with George R. Gazard, a groom, at Cogan, while John B. Danjou, her former husband, to whom she was previously married in March, 1898, was still alive. Mr Harold M. Lloyd, solicitor, appeared for the defence. Both Mr Gazard and Mr Danjou were in court, the former being called to prove that when he went through the form of marriage at the Register Office he believed her to be a single woman of the name of Bartlett. Defendant's marriage with Danjou was proved by the deputy registrar, Mr Henry L. Jones, who deposed to having been a witness of the ceremony at Barry Dock Roman Catholic Church. Defendant was I arrested by Detective Rankin at Penarth on Friday night, and charged with the offence. Defendant said she knew all about it, but declared that she had heard that Danjou was dead. She wished he was dead. Defendant, who reserved her defence, was committed to take her trial at the Assizes. Bail was allowed.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

APPLICATIONS OF GENERAL INTEREST.

BARRY DOCK TIDE TABLE.

BARRY POLICE COURT.

QUOITS.

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-,A NURSE'S ADVJCE.

RETURN OF GLAMORGAN IMPERIAL…

PREFERMENT FOR A BARRY CLERGYMAN.

REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

--( BARRY SCHOOL BOARD.

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