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CWMFELIN WORKS DOCTORS' DISPUTE.

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CWMFELIN WORKS DOCTORS' DISPUTE. CASE MENTIONED AT SWANSEA COUNTY COURT. The Cwmfelin Works (Swansea) medical officer dispute arrived at another stage on Tuesday when at Swansea County Court a question referred from chambers was argued, the point being as to whether the value of the appointment of medical officer to the works wa.s a partnership asset, and should be assessed in connection with the dissolu- tion of partnership. Mr. Leyson represent- ed Dr. Hubert Thomas, and Mr. Lleufer Thomas (barrister) (instructed by Mr. Bed- does Nash) appeared on behalf of Dr. J. Davies. The question had been raised before Judge Gwilym Williams at Mountain Ash bv Mr. Leyson, who, in the absence of his Honour, now now wished it adjourned. He submit- ted that Judge Williams had already decid- ed the appointment was not an assessable value. Mr. Lleufer Thomas It was only a strong expression of opinion. Mr. Leyson explained the whole trouble, and said that when the matter came before the Swansea Court defendant, Dr. Davies, set up a counter-claim, which was really a work of art as well as of ingenuity. (Laugh- ter.) Dr. Davies suggested that after three years of sitting down quietly and in satisfac- tion with the agreement, he wanted to call three arbitrators to rectify the agreement. The judge dismissed that counter-claim, and the plaintiff took an ordinary decree. Were his friend able to successfully contend he was entitled to have this partnership valued there would have to be a special term in the decree. His Honour You say I am not to try this; what am I to try then? Mr. Leyson: Nothing. (Laughter.) They know they would get short shrift from Judge and t.hey think to get more from vou. I am not going to allow you to reopen it, if 1 may respectfully say so. 'His Honour: I don't know where I am, hardly. (Laughter.) Mr. Leyson said it would be very foolish for him to have the matter reopened when he had a decision in his favour. His Honour: Shall I try it, then? Mr. Levson: I would rather you didn't. Mr! Lleufer Thomas I don't know why iny friend has come hers- if he didn't want my friend has come her if he didn't want it tried. (Laughter.) | Mr. Leyson Because 1 knew Mr. Thomas | would be here even if I were not; and, be- sides, it's on the list. The case is this, that defendant tried to get Dr. Thomas the cake and eat it. The matter was referred to next court.

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