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LOCAL LAW CASE. QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION.—JONES v. JONES. This case, which was tried at the Aberystwyth County Court held in May, was an action brought by Mr Thomas Hugh Jones, of this town, painter. against Mr Richard Jones, also of this town, coal merchant, for trespass alleg,d to have been done by the latter liy leaving culm, &c., upon the limekiln, yard and premises belonging to ihe plaintiff at Trefechan. 'i he Judge reserved his judgment unlil the June court, when he entered it for the defendant. It was the first action that the new judge, Mr Gwilym Williams, tried at this court. Mr Bosanquet, Q.C., instructed by Messrs Griffith Jones and Co., of Aberystwyth, appeared for the plaint ff, and Mr Cross, instructed by Mr W. R. Davies, of Dolgelley, a! peared for the defendant. After hearing Counsel, the curt reversed the judg- ment of the county court judge, and directed judgment to be entered tor the plaintiff, with costs. Th y granted leave to appeal upon a point of practice.

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