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MOLD PETTY SESSIONS. 0 MONDAY.—Before Messrs. P. A. Lloyd (in the chair), A. Phillips Roberts, Henry St. John Raikes, H. Lloyd Jones, and Llew Eaton. THE ALLEGED I FRAUDULICNT REMOVAL'.— The adjourned case was called on for hearing, in which Adam Hughes, bricklayer, of Trelogan, was summoned by his former landlord, John Philips Jones, for fraudulently removing furni- ture from a house at Maesydre to avoid distraint for rent. Mr. J. B. Marston appeared for the defence, and as the bench was differently con- stituted from that of the former hearing, the case was heard de novo. The complainant having repeated his evidence, stated that at the first hearing it was alleged by the defence that Hughes had informed his (complainant's) agent of his intention to quit the house. He denied the truth of this statement, and would call evidence in support of his contention.—Hugh Jones, of Maesydre, said he was a brother-in- law of the complainant, and acted as his agent in respect of some house property at Maesydre. He visited the houses on the 31st July last to collect rents. On that day the defendant's furniture was in the house, occupied by him. He visited the house next on August 7th, but the house was then empty, and the furniture gone. He received the key of the house from Charles Lloyd, residing next door but one. He never received notice from the defendant of his intention to quit the house. He valued the furni- ture at from X3 to 14.-Chas. Lloyd, who resided next door but one to the house formerly occupied by the defendant, stated that between 8 and 9 a.m. on the 7th ult, the furniture in question was taken away in a big farm cart.— Mr. Marston, for the defence, pleaded absence of fraudulent or clandestine action within the meaning of the section, and said the proceedings should have been taken in the County Court for recovery of rent.—The Bench retired, and upon returning to court the Chairman announced that there was sufficient doubt in the matter to justify the magistrates in dismissing the case. l'his would not debar the informant from pro- ceeding in the County Court to recover the arrears of rent due. TEMPORARY AUTHORITY.—James Marshall Wright applied for a temporary authority to sell at the Leeswood Arms, Wrexham-street, until the 27th inst.—Granted.

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