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VEHICULAR ACCIDENT X PONTYPRIDD.

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PONTYPRIDD COUITTT COURT. Thursday-Before His Honour Judge Falconer. There were no cases of importance to-day, with the exception of the followidg DAVIES v, JoN irs.-Mr D. Passer for the plaintiff, and Mr Walter H. Morgan for defendant. The plaintiff is a cabinet-make living at Ystrad Rhondda, and the defendant a grocer, residing at the same place, The claim was for £2 ftg, for work alleged to be done to the interest of the defendant. It seemed that the plaintiff rented a cottage off the defendant, at Ystrad, and to answer the purpose of plantiff's business it requited a little alteration in the premisesâsuch as fittint in a large window, building a wooden shed, as workshop, and other suadry items. In March, 1579, the defendant dis- trained npon the goods of the plaintiff for £9 9s, being rent due, and Mr tlias H. Davies, auc- tioneer, of Ystrad, sold to civer rent and exponses. The present plaintiff made a set-off against the de- fendant's claim for these alleged alterations, but the defendant would not allow t, and sold for the full amount of his claim; hence the present action to re- cover the value of the alterations. The deforce set up was, that the house (although used as a shop) was rented to the plaintiff It the same rent as the adjoining houses. The alte-ations the plaintiff had made were to suit his own convenience, and he was at liberty to take them a%y, only to make good the damage he had done by taking such alterations. His Honour ruled against paintiff and granted de- fendant oosts. DAVID ROSSER V HAVARP.-Phis was an action seeking to recover the nam 0; JE2 2s, for professional services rendered to the defendant's daughter in conducting a bastardy case, about two years ago. Mr Kosser conducted his wn case. The defence was that the defendant's daughter was liable her- self, and n t her parents, as she was of age when the case came off, and had since been married.â His Honour found that the defendant was liable in- asmuch as it was he who retained Mr Kosser to act for his daughter.âVerdict for plaintiff with costs.

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