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COUNTY COURT. His Honour Sir Horatio Lloyd, held a special court on Saturday, and dealt with an adjourned" case, in which, a farmer named Elias Wynne, Penllyn, Eglwysbacb, claimed from Robert Norton, Penrhiwardwr, Eglwysbach, the sum of £ 24 6a. 6d., for damage caused to his growing, crops of corn and potatoes, by rabbits and pheasants. The plaintiff in his evidence stated that the pheasants and rabbits did considerable damage to his crops of corn and potatoes. Mr. Roberts, Tanr'allt farm, gave in evid- ence, that he also had made a claim against Mr. Norton for damages caused by game, and was awarded jE2 about 4 years ago. His Honour said this was a case in which the question was, whether the defendant used his game rights in an unreasonable way or other- wise. There had been over stocking, and therefore, he thought the defendant liable. A fair amount of damages would be JE17. Judg- ment for that amount with costs. Mr. D. Jones appeared for plaintiff, Mr. A. E. Griffith, instructed by Mr. Allard, for the defence. Annie Fisher, Bodafon, Maenan, claimed possession of Pen»y Graig, Maenan, from Moses Williams, tenant. The case for the plaintiff was, that the defendant was served with notice to quit, on the 30th of November, which was the custom of the country. Mr. George, for defendant contended that the verbal agreement was, that tenancy should ex- pire on November the 1st. There was no written agreement. His Honour gave judgment for plaintiff with costs, and possession within 14 days. Mr. D. Jones appeared for plaintiff.

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