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LLANSAMLET CHEMIST'S WILL.…

THE MAIN COLLIERY CO. 1 (LIMITED).…

ITHE LANDING THAT FAILED.I

BETTER HARVEST OF ALL CROPS…

ENTERED WRONG COURT. I

WELSHMEN HONOURED.I

DISTINCTION WITHOUTI DIFFERENCE.

HIGH TIMES ABOARD. I

TOBACCO COMPANY'S DIVIDENDS.

IBRECKNOCKS FROM I ADEN.I

TUG-MASTER'S' GRUESOMEI DISCOVERY.

CHAFFERS GOLD MINING CO. I

GERMAN'S FUTILE PLEA.I

COST OF THE WAR. I

SUNK IN COLLISION. j auNK1NCOLLisION.I

MATCHES AND AIRCRAFT.I

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ILOCAL POLICE COURTS.

LLANGADOCK.

LLANDILO.

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ISWANSEA. .I

DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS AT GORSEINON.…

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DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS AT GORSEINON. i Remarkable evidence of a liusband-dt. cruelty was given at the Swansea Police Court ou Wednesday, when ElizabetlbJ Bevan, Gorseinon, applied for a separa.-I tion order against her husband, Azariaitl Bevan, on the ground of pensistentJf cruelty. Mr. Hy. Thompson appeared foM complainant, ana Mr. David Clarke fop'. the defendant. Mr. Thompson explained that the eao* was a remarkable and very peculiar one Defendant did not drink, and smokedS very little, but he had ungovernable fito o temper. He had struck his wife a.i violent blow under the chin, breaking th roof .)f her false teeth into fouflf parts. He also hit her hand through that glass door and cut it badly. He them pulled her dow n on the floor and put thef hearth-rug over her face and rolled heit i-1 it. He had kicked her all over that body when he had his working bootis oBtJ and her body was covered with bruises. Applicant bore out these remarks, aid said she had to go to a neighbour's houaa- and had to be medically treated and reW n.ain in bed for three days. Defendan piomieed to reform, and she went back t.o>< him. They had been mai-ried for eiici years, and there were two children. She* had taken two summonses out against hiual before, but had withdrawn them after d. fc-ndant had promised to reform. Hit Husband with Crockery. In reply to Mr. Clarke, witneas admitted that she had hit her husband on the cheek; with a piece of crockery, but that was iw self-defence.. MrK. Rachel Bidcombe, 4, Park Vierr* terrace, Gors*inon. a next door neighbour of the parties, gave evidence of a cor- rohorative character. Mr. Clarke, for the defence, estAgori-P callv denied the allegations. Defenda.nt, on oath. said his wife oftett New into a temper and threw the crockery at him. lie used to earn £ 2 10B. a week, And the whole of this amount he gave tLo, her. He also had to show her his money.1 diocket. If he did not she would create so., 6cene. Replying to Mr. Thompson, witness said he could give no reason for his wife's allegations. The Bench granted a separation ordt-r, defendant to pay £1 a week towards hia wife's maintenance. Costs were allowed.,

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DEPART*…

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