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^ Gave Way to Tears.


Gave Way to Tears. Porth Bankruptcy Prosecution. The adjourned hearing; of the charge against Thomas Elvans) late grocer, of Clydach Vale, for an alleged offence under the Bankruptcy Act. took place at Porth Police Court on Thursday, when Mr. John Evans, of Pembrokeshire, uncle of the accused, gave evidence regarding the assignment of a policy of insurance subsequent to a deed of assignment being executed for the benefit of creditors. It was alleged that defendant at the time of his bankruptcy had denied the exist- ence of a policy on his life. He now admitted having withheld the infor- mation, pleading that it was an over- sight on his part, and with no intention to defraud. Upon being committed to take his trial at Quarter Sessions, accused gave way to tears. He was admitted to bail in a surety of t25, and himself in. £25. Mr. A. T. James, Pontypridd, pro- secuted on behalf of the Official Receiver.


LTon-Pentre Police Court.

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Glydach Vale Hauliers.