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Mountain Ash County Court. (Continued from Page 7.) RUNAWAY HORSE AT MOUNTAIN ASH. Mrs. M. A. Pugh, of Bailey-street, Miekin, who was represented by Mr. W. Thomas, solicitor, Aberdare, sued Mr. Eli Williams for the sum of jE4 damage to goods and loss on trade in consequence of defendant's horse dashing into her piem'ses. Mr Thomas, in opening, said this was the sequel to the case which His Honour tried at the previous court. A man named Evans had left his bicycle standing in the channel on the road, and tihe defendant, who was a milk vendor, left his horse, and cart to stray along the road, when the cart came into contact with the bicycle, causing the horse to bolt, and causing the damage now claimed. His Honour gave judgment for .£2 10s. and costs. MISKIN HIRING AGREEMENT. Mr. Victor Freed, who was represented by Mr. S. Shipton, solicitor, Mountain Ash, sued Mr. John Williams, of 10, Lower Church-street, Penrhiwceiber, for the sum of £ 3 9s. 9d., value of certain goods and furniture not returned. Mr. W. Thomas, Aberdare, appeared for the defendant. The plaintiff deposed that these goods were part of goods already let out in a hiring agreement, but that the hiring agreement could not be found. Cross-examined by Mr. Thomas as to who had signed the agreement, he said the defendant had, and in answer to Mr. Thomas as to who had ordered the goods, he stated that the defendant's wife had done so. Mr Thomas contended that the defendant's wife could not pledge her husband's credit for goods for another person. His Honour intimated that as the agreement could not be proved, he upheld Mr. Thomas's con- tention, and gave judgment for defend- ant with costs.

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