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PERJURY.—Perjury is known to be of fre- quent occurrence in Welsh Courts of Law while petty lying is one of the curses of rural life. Last Thursday at Cardiff in a claim by a tailor, who was run down by a Miss Eva Lillian Cox's trap, Judge Owen said the case was an excessively painful one. There liad been deliberate perjury on one side or the other. The story of the plaintiff was more probable than that told by the defendant, and the balance of evidence was strongly in I his favour. In awarding plaintiff [20 for personal damages, £2 14s for damage to bicycle, and costs, his Honour said lie hoped lie would never have to try such a case as this again.

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