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BRIDGEND.

OGMORE VALLEY.

ST. BRIDE'S MAJOR.

PORTHCAWL.

BRIDGEND COUNTY-COURT.

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BRIDGEND COUNTY-COURT. WEDNESDAY.—Before his Honour Judge Gwilym Williams. A GROCER'S CLAIM.—WM. James, grocer, Bkien- garw, sued Chas. Garrett, a collier, of the SAME place, for the payment of the sum of £ 11 3S. 4d. an amount alleged to be due for groceries supplied. Plaintiff had taken out a summons under section 1 to have the money paid in one instalment, and His Honour said he had a good mind to refuse to hear the case. In the cases of workmen he said, it was unreasonable to expect to pay the amount at once, and by taking out this summons he was bound, unless given the assent of the plaintiff, to give judgment otherwise. The plaintiff consented to judgment be taken in the ordinary course. The shop book was produced, and the amount therein due was d66 2s. 4d., but the plaintiff explained that the remainder was due before the book was commenced.—His Honour despaired of making the amount up by the book produced, and said it was besides very unfair to the husband if this amount was left unentered in the first place. The plaintiff consented to accept the amount on the book, and it was ordered to be paid by 5s. monthly instalments A PACKMAN'S CLAIM.—Robert Irshine, travel- ling draper, "Cardiff, sued Henry Jones, labourer, Maesteg, for the payment of £4 for goods sup- plied. Mr. T. J. Hughes appeared for the plaintiff. —William Farrold, who had been subpoenaed from Liverpool, said he had repeatedly called upon defendant at his house, and measured him for a pilot suit, and had also supplied his wife with a flannel shawl. He detailed the amounts paid on account.—Defendant denied ever allowing a "pack- man the liberty of visiting his house, but his wife said she had some flannel, but had never seen Farrold.—The case was adjourned for a month for the production of evidence to show that Farrold had actually visited the house, his Honour remark- ing that it was a clear case of perjury one side or the other. ANOTHER CLAIM FOR GOODS.—John Jones, grocer, Maesteg, sued Daniel Davies, blocklaver, of the same place, for the payment of :£ 9 17s. 7Jd. for groceries supplied. Mr. T. J. Hughes ap- peared for the plaintiff. — Elizabeth Salmon, daughter of the plaintiff, gave evidence showing that monies were received in respect of an old old account, up to December, 1889.—An order was made for 6s. a month, with costs.

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