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YSTRADGYNLAIS NOTESI

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"BELSHAZZAR'S FEAST."

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MOTHER OF 25 CHILDREN.

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miAIIYIILAil NUIE a

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miAIIYIILAil NUIE a Thursday.-Before Messrs G. H. Strick (presiding), Owen Powell, and Dd. Williams. THE NEW INSPECTOR. Before the business of the court com- menced," Mr. G. H. Strick congratu- lated Inspeotor T. Evans on his pro- motion, and said he was very pleased to see him amongst them once more. Messrs. Owen Powell and Dd. Williams also associated themselves with the remarks of the chairman. DESTROYED EACH OTHER'S LITERATURE. Edward Ellward, Glanrhyd, Ystrad- gynlais, was ummoned by his wife, Mary Ellward, for persistent cruelty, upon whioh grounds &he.aou ht a separation. Mr. W. Jones-Williams was for the prosecutrix. The case had I been adjourned from the previous court, but Mr. Jones-Williams said that despite every effort on his part he had been unable to effect a re- I conciliation. Complainant persisted in her pre- vious statement, to the effect that she would not again live with her hus- band. He was a haulier at Yniesoed- wyn Colliery earning on an average jB3 10s. a week. She had only one child, aged 2 years and four months.:] ¡ Mrs. Marshall, Ammanford, sister of the complainant, gave evidence to the effect that defendant was extremely jealous, and had pinched his wife viciously on several occasions. Mr. W. Jones-Williams said he could I call Mrs. Ellward's mother, who could give evidence of an admission made I by defendant to her. Mr. Strick: You had better leave I mothers-in-law out of it. Defendant in the box denied all alle- gations of cruelty. He said his wife had neglected him, causing him to have to go to his mother's for meals. On one Sunday he had seen her read- ing a novel on the couch, and he tore the book from her, whereupon she destroyed a copy of the "News of the World" he had bought. Mr. Taylor (interposing) You de- stroyed each others' literature then. Defendant further said his wife had left him of her own accord, and had thrown her rings on the table. After a lengthy hearing their wor- ships decided to make a maintenance order for 27s.6d., which could be varied if necessary. Mr. Jones-Williams said he had a novel application to make. He desired the return of complainant's wedding rings as they were really her propetty. Defendant: She can have them now; thy are no good to me. Mr. Jones-Williams was also allowed advocate's fee. Albert Pritchard was fined 5s. for not sending his child to school. Mr. Tom Williams, the attendanoe officer said this was the first offence. I.

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