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THE BOUNDARIES QUESTION.

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ST. ASAPH COUNTY COURT. FBIDAY, February 17th,'1888.-Before His Honour Jape Horatio Lloyd, and R. F. Sisson, Esq., Registrar. There were only very few cam set down for bearing, the undefended cases being disposed ef by the Registrar. WHO ORDBBKD THU COAL P Messrs. Allen & Co., coal merchants, Rhyl, ap- plied for an order of commitment against Robert H&rrop, and Mrs Emilv Harrop, his wife. Mr John Gittoes. plaintiff's agent, explained that the amount was due for coal. Defendant: I never had any coal from Mr Allen in my life. Mr Dittoes said that the coal was orlered by his wife. He had great trouble in serving the defend- ant, and had to seud agents after him to all parts of the country. The Defendant said the woman referred to was not his wife, bat a Mrs Wilding, who was simply a lodger. Mr Gittogs, said that the two passed as man and wife. The Defendant denied this. His Honuur made an order for 28 days suspended for a month. Tbe Defendant on leaving the court exclaimed that he would see the plaintiffs in hâ1 before he woulu pay. THH CASK or XBS. SWAIN BOBKBTS. In the case of Dr Cai«tair» against Mrs Swain Roberts, which was adjourned from the last Rhyl court in order to mako enquiries as to defendant's meaus, Mr Watkin Wynn Harry, Who appeared for the plaintiff, applied that the oise should be ad- journed as he intended to call the trustees, who would be able to prove that the defendant was in a position to piy the debt. A DISPUTED CLAIM. John Evans v. Richard Roberta. Thia was a case partly heard at the last Rhyl court, in which the plaintiff claimed from the defendant the sum of A5 lflTs 4d. for sroods sold. Mr W. Davies appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr E. Roberts the defendant. From the evidei ce adduced it would appear that a portion of the claim was for money lent, and Mr E. Roberts submitted thai the claim was irregular. His Honour, however, ovenruled the objection. The case for the defendant was then gone into, and he contended that be had paid the debt by team work he had done for the plaintiff, but of which he had kept no account Evidence was also called on be- half of the defendant to the effect that when de- fendant sent for goods from the plaintiff that he paid for them with one exception. Judgement for plaintiff. CLAIM RUB viommo 1TBTS. Owens v. Williams This was an action in which the plaintiff, Thomas Owen, Bedford street, Rhyl, claimed the sum of 30s. from David Williams, being the value of fishing nets lent, and which had not boen returned. Mr Watkin Wynn Parry defended. The Plaintiff gave evidence as to lending the de- fendant the nets, and also to making frequent ap- plication for their return. Mr Watkin Wynn Parry said that the defendant had nothing to do with the matter. The nets were borrowed by his son, a lad of 17 years of age, who was the person responsible for their return. The Defendant denied having borrowed the nets. Two of them, he said, had been carried away by the tide. His Honour adjourned the case until the next court, and added defendant's son as a joint defend- ant, or that all proceeding should be stayed on de- fendant paying 15s. into court. Thfse were all the cases, and the oonrt rose at an early hour.

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Family Notices

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WELSH DISTRICT NBWS.

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