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Revival and Bankruptcy. I Want of Capital and bad trade were the causes alleged by Daniel Eli Bray, confectioner, Penrhiwceiber at the Pontypridd Bankruptcy Court for his failure. The gross liabilites were dE344 18s 6d and deficiency JS286 8s 9d. The examination was adjourned for the filing of amended accounts. In the case of Thomas Timothy Jones, late farmer and hotel keeper, Evans-ter- race, Abercynon, the gross liabilities were zCl73 3s 6d, and deficiency C14 3s 6d. Debtor assigned his failure to tak- ing over two hotels, one in Cardiganshire and one in Pontypridd, on incorect infor- mation. In 1900 debtor inherited a farm at Cardiganshire valued at £ 1,500, and the only charge upon the property was #10. After being there three years debtor had a mortgage upon it for £ 100 which had of recent years been increased to £ 1,200. An effort had been made to sell the property, but the best bid would only cover the mortgage. When debtor took over the Red Lion Hotel, Pontrhyd- fendigaid the beer consumption decreased considerably owing to the revival, the weekly consumption being only 18 gal- lons. Examination closed.

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