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An Open Letter

The Eisteddfod Choir.

Conway Municipal Election.

Abergele Emigrants.

Attendance Officer's Tragic…

Conway County Court.


Conway County Court. REMARKABLE LLANDUDNO DISPUTE. His Honour Judge Moss presided over this Court on Thursday. Mr. E. A. W. Wragg, of Manchester, mentioned the case of Howel Jones, iron- monger, Llandudno, against T. H. Fitz- simmons, formerly carrying on business as a wine and spirits merchant and hotel pro- prietor at Llandudno, which came before His Honour in October of last year. He reminded His Honour that the plaintiff brought an action against Mr. Fitzsimmons for the recovery oi r25 said to be due for goods supplied. The case involved a long series of accounts, and his Honour eventu- ally gave judgment in favour of the plaintiff on the understanding that the Registrar found on a subseqeunt investigation of the accounts that anything was due to the plaintiff. It transpired, however, that out of £25 odd claimed only 2s. 8d. was due from the defendant, and under the circum- stances he submitted it would be unjust to declare that the plaintiff's case had succeeded. In answer to the Judge, The Registrar (Mr. R. S. Chamberlain) confirmed the advocate's statement with reference to the result of the investigation and added that both sides were agreed upon the accounts. The investigation proved in fact. that a sum of 6s. should be debited to the defendant. His Honour said he gave judgment at the October Court under the impression—an im- pression that appeared to prevail in every- body's mind at that time-that the defend- ant owed the plaintiff an amount of money, but now that the .Registrar had discovered there was nothing due to plaintiff he must of course give judgment for the defendant with costs. Mr. Hallmark (Messrs. Henderson and Hallmark, Llandudno) was for the plaintiff.

H.M. Prison, Ruthin.

Plant Gweinidogion a'r Genhadaeth.

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Nodion Ned Llwyd.

Canmlwyddiant "Twm o'r Nant."

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