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PONTYPRIDD BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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PONTYPRIDD BANKRUPTCY COURT. ANOTHER FAILURE THROUGH THE COAL STRIKE. TUESDAY.—(Before Mr. Registrar E. C. SPICKETT.) Thomas Abraham Jones, ale and spirit mer- chant, Penygraig, attended for public exami- nation. His statement of affairs showed a deficiency of £294 10s. lid. He attributed his failure to the coal strike. Debtor opened busi- ness in 1892, and the liabilities exceeded the assets twelve months ago by £ 246.—Mr. Lewis Morgan, solicitor, Cardiff, appeared for the bankrupt, ar" his examination was declared closed. John Richard Davies, labourer, Treorky, was the next debtor who appeared for examination. The deficiency in this case was £88 6s. Id., and debtor attributed insolvency to protracted domestic troubles, &c. He had never been in business, and he kept no books of account.— The examination was closed.

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