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Conway and Llandudno County Court. CONWAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9TH.Before His Honour Judge Sir Horatio Lloyd. A COLWYN BAY CASE. Thomas Davies, carriage-proprietor, Colwyn Bay, was ]sued by Messrs. Williams and Co., of the same place, for the recovery of LiS, balance of an account due for provender and groceries sold.—Mr. Nunn was for the plaintiffs, and Mr. James Porter for the defendant, who set up that he had paid all that was due, and that his account, which was a running one extending over some years, had been fully discharged. He further alleged that he had not been given credit for £ 10 paid in January last year.—The defendant's wife was called to prove that she had paid for all the groceries, with the exception of about ilos., for which no billln.d been received.—Judgment was given for the plaintiffs for 14s. 3d. (admitted to be due), His Honour allowing costs on that amount, as it ought to have been paid into Court. A TENANCY AGREEMENT. W. J. Owen, Bryniau Farm, saed William Roberts, Newborough-terrace, Conway. for £ 15 for cartage. The claim was admitted, a set off of £9. 12s. 4d. being made on account of cash paid, the balance being paid into Court.—Mr. Roberts (Llanrwst), was for the plaintiff, and Mr. James Porter for the defendant.—The plaintiff is the tenant of the defendant, and under an agreement, he was bound to pay half-yearly, with the rent, a sovereign for cartage, until the £ 9. 12s. advanced had been discharged. The plaintiff, it was stated, was about to leave.—His Honour held that both parties were bound by the agreement, which it was said was not prepared by a solicitor, and entered judgment for the plaintiff for Z 13 10s. less the sum paid into Court.