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THE GELLIQAER MILITARYI TRIBUNAL.

THE DANGERS OF PHILLIPSTOWN.

EMIRe DAY AT BEDWELLTY.

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JUDGE ON WAISTCOATS. I

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JUDGE ON WAISTCOATS. I CLAIM AGAINST ABERBAR. I GOED MAN. I In an action at Llanidloes (Mont- gomery) County Court by John Griffiths, tailor, Llanidloes, to recover fonr guineas from Hugh Price Pugh, a collier, of Ab-rbargoed, for a suit of clothes which the defendant said did not fit, Judge Evans pronounced the fit perfect, but there was much dis- cussion about the waistcoat, which the Judge said was more fashionable than his. Mr Thomas Phillips (for defen- dant) My client has had pleurisy, and wants his waistcoats long. The Judge If you expect a waist-. coat to keep away pleurisy you are miltaken. Mr Phillipa quoted the opinion of Lord Lytton, as expressed in Pel- ham," that the vest was the most important article in a man's clothing. The Judge: That is the literary tiord Lytton. He was not a medical man. and on matters anatomical and physical I decline his opinion.T-lidfr- ment was given for the plaintiff.

MONMOUTHSHIRE TRIBUNALI

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