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THURSDAY, MAUCH 12TH, 1896.

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LLANWOXNO SCHOOL BOARD.

ISPARKS .FROM THE AXVli.

GHAND THEATRE, CARDIFF.

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IABERDARE NOTES.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

" DELIGHTFUL " TREATMENT FOR…

BY THE WAY.

THE DISCHARGE NOTE QUESTION.

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THE BATTLE OF THE SCHOOLS.

ABERDARE COUNTY COUnT.

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ABERDARE COUNTY COUnT. WKOXKSI>AT.—Before his Honour Judge Williams. DISTRICT COCNCIL y. HARRIS.—This was a case in which the Aljerdare District Council sued Mary Harris, 9, Pembroke-street, Aberdare, for JB10 19s. 6d. for improvements effected under the Public Health Improvement Act, 1892.-Col. T. Phillips, clerk to the District Council, appeared for the plaintiffs.— Judgment for plaintiffs. f EVANS Y. GRIFFITHS.—Joseph Evans, grocer, Pen- j rhiweeiber, sued Phillip Griffiths for groceries sup- plied of the value of 27s. 2d.—Plairtitf's wife and defendant's wife appeared.—The two women pro- ceeded to argue the matter between themselves, whereupon his Honour told them to go outside if they wanted to do that sort of thing. — Judgment given for plaintiff for 27s., the amount to be paid in instalments of 5s. per month. HARMSTON &, Co. v. MARSH.—Harmston and Co., music sellers, Cardiff-street, sued William Marsh, Morgan-street, Gadlys, for j31 lla. 6d. for hire of a piano.—Defendant admitted to his Honour that he had signed the agreement produced by plaintiffs, but alleged that when he signed he did not know that the rules were to be altered.—Mr. Harmstou (to defen- dant) You had a copy.—His Honour You have signed the agreement and you knew what you were doing at the time.—Mr. Harmston said that he thought at one time that the agreement was invalid because it was represented that the defendant was under age. He had, however, subsequently ascer- tained that defendant was of proper age, and the agreement was, threfoie, valid.—His Honour told the defendant that he had duly signed the agreement, and he must abide by the terms of the same. He knew what he was signing, and he could not get out of it.— Judgment for plaintiffs, the amount to be paid in HI- stalments of lO*. monthly. Ltswis Y. OWKN.—John Lewis, tailor, Whitcombe- street, sued Nicholas Owen for 25s. 6d. for a suit of clothes supplied.—The case was adjourned. EYNON V. Joxhs. — Luther Eynon sued Herbert Jones, Victoria-street, Mountain Ash, for the value of groceries supplied.—Judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed. JOHN* V. THOMAS.—This was a case in which Mary John, Cambrian Inn, Aber hue, sued Samuel Thomas, carpenter, Gadlys, for £16". Id., value of beer and spirits supplied.—His Honour Where are the particulars ?—Plaintiff I have not got full par- ticulars but defendant acknowledged the deht in a letter.—Plaintiff produced a letter written by the defendant who said that he would come and settle the amount he owed her.—Defendant acknowledged that he owed 10s. 6d., but denied further liability. Judg- ment for plaintiff for 10s. 6d. and costs. --Defendant left the court with a smiling face, and returned a diolch yn fawr i chwi, svr," to his Honour.

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IMISS MAGGIE DAVIES.

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