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Presnroption of Death of a Carmarthenshire Man. In the Chancery Division, the case of Wil- liams v. Williams, ex parte Phillip Williams, came on for hearing. The plaintiff, Annie Williams, of Greenfield House, Gorelas, ap- plied fon- an order presuming the death of her husband, Phillip Williaims, who left tne country in August, 1897. With the exception of one letter, received within a month afteir his departure, nothing has been hean-d of him The missing man having become entitled to certain moneys under the wtili of a relative, Annie Williaims asked for the order to be followed by lettea-a of administration. Mr J. Davies-Williams (instructed by Mr Claud R. Davies, soliciitor, l,landilo) appeared for the applicant. The order was miade as asked for.

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