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ABERDARE COUNTY COURT.1 TUESDAY.—Before His Honour Judge J. Bryn Roberts. CLAIM FOE GROCERIES.—John Owen George, grc-cor, Hirwain. sued Richard Jones for £ & 2s. 6d., goods supplied.—Ths case was partly he-ard at the last court, and as Hie defendant did not appear, judgment was now given for plaintiff, CLAIM FOR GROUND RENT.—GwenlJian Jen- kins and another, for whom Mr. C. Kensholo appeared, sued Hannah John for JB7 10s. for 2j years' rsnt on land let to the defendant.—Mr. W. Thomas, who appeared for the defendant, •?aid the land was intended for building a house on it. and the Glamorgan County Coun- cil prevented her doing so, the Council claim- ing a portion of the land.—His Honour said it would be well to hear the particulars.—The de- fendant said she was a widow residing at Hir- wain-road. Her husband, who died on January 10th. 1906, had arranged to take a pieco of land, and after his death she met the owner Mr, D, Powell Jones, of Crickhowell, on the spot, and he plotted out the ground; and she saw Messrs. Gwilym James and Co., Merthyr, who prepared the lease, and instructed Mr. I David Rees. the builder, to proceed. She then received a paper from the County Council Sur- veyor, to stop her building. She tried to get I the lessors to give her another plot. but they refused.—Cross-examined: She had the foun dation dug and th° hedge removed and the building material taken on the ground. The County Council required a 60ft. road. An offer to her to surrender the lease wa-s accepted on her behalf. They asked her to put. the land back in order, and paid B5 153.His Honour said that the lessors were very hard. They granted her land which she could not use, and if they had any conscience they would let her off.—Mr. Kenehole undertook to lay His Hon our's view before the owners of the land, and on this- understanding the ease was allowed to stand over. The Lletty Shenkin Dispute A POOR LAW GUARDIAN AS DEFENDANT. A CM8 taken in the judgment summons list was one in which Mr. A. J. Prosser (Messrs. I C. and W Kenshole, Aberdarc) applied for the committal of Idri- Davies, Cwmbach (a Poor- Law Guardian). Herbert Dawkins, Dd. Lloyd. and Samuel Narbett for the non-payment of It will be recalled that at th? March Court, the defendants, all of whom work at the Lletty Shenkin Collier, were summoned for in terfering with the working at the colliery, and that judgment went against them.—Evidence was given that the earnings of the defendants were as follow Herbert Dawkins, £1 3s. 4d. a week; Idris Davies, JE1 19s. lOd. David Lloyd. £2 lis. 4d.; Samuel Narbett, £1 14s. 3d.—His Honour made a reduced order againit each of the defendants as follow: Herbert Dawkins, 2s. 6d. a. month; Idris Davi-es. 10s. a month; David Lloyd, 15s. a month; and Samuel Nar bet, 7", a month,

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