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ROBBERY AT THE RAILWAY STATION.

. POLICE COURT.

I. I COUNTY COURT.

A LLANARMON WILL CASE.

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A LLANARMON WILL CASE. An application was made to His Honour in the matter of the estate of John Jones, deceased, Llanarmon. By his will, dated the 25th of Febuary 1897, deceased be- queathed all his personal property to Wil- liam Jones, the Cottage, Erryrys, Edward Jones, Gors, Erryrys, and Louisa Jones, of Wern Fawr, Ruthin, to be divided in equal shares, and appointed the said William Jones as executor. John Jones died on the 27th of Febuary, and probate of the will was granted, the personal estate having been valued at £ 29 5s. Od. The parties lived together until disagreements arose. An action for administration was brought by William Jones, on the 29th June 1898, and an order made accordingly. In the mean- time, the landlord distrained and sold, the proceeds being paid into court. Mr. Bromley, Rhyl, now appeared on behalf of the plaintiff in the case (William Jones), and applied that these costs be paid into court (. £ 38 10s. 10d.), and that the bal- ance be distributed. Mr. G. H. Simon, Mold, on behalf of the defendants, asked that the plaintiff should render a full account of his trusteeship. After a considerable argument, His Hon- our suggested a division on the following lines (1) that the registrar's fees be taken out of the fund, (2) that the remainder be divided in three equal shares between plain- tiff and defendants, (3) that each party should pay its own costs. Mr. Simon expressed his willingness to accept the proposition on behalf of the defendants. Mr. Bromley pressed for his costs, but His Honour refused to grant this, and Mr. Bromley then accepted the terms.

DISPUTE ABOUT BARLEY.

COLWYN BAY.

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