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BROTHER AND SISTER. PECULIAR CASE FROM LLANELLY. • A peculiar case- was heard at the Llanelly County Court on Monday by Judge Lloyd Morgan. Rhys Bevan, 26, Ralph-street, Llanelly, sought to recover R100 from Eliza- beth Gale and Lloyds Bank. Mr. T. R. Ludford appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Clark Williams (instructed by Messrs. Roderick and Richards) for the defence, while \ir. E. Kammerer vatched the case for Lloyds Bank. The story told by plaintiff was that at the end of the year 1912 he had saved a sum of £ 125 5s 2d., which he had deposited in Lloyds Bank. About Christmas time that year he visited his sister in Llanelly. He had not seen her for 16 years. During his stay, at her suggestion, he made over to a deposit account u. her name £OO of the money he ha" in his possession. Mr. Clark Williams produced a document purporting to-, be plaintiff's mother's will, bv which £ 275 was left. :4} Plaintiff said that he left his sister's house because he had no comfort there. For the defence, it, was urged that the money was given as a giit, and it was sug- gested that plaintiff had held other monies in (he joint names of himself and his mother, which monies plaintiff now had in his own name in th-, bank. His Honour gave judgment for the defen- dant, Elizabeth Gale, holding that the money was given as a gift. It was intimated that the defendant would bear the whole cost's of the case.

ISWANSEA CLAIMS I -.I

UNDERGROUND BAKE.HOUSES.

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SWANSEA PARENTS PROSECUTED.

KING AND QUEEN

IF "'THE BILL" PASSES.

AN INTERESTING POINT.

"THE LAW AGAINST HIM."

RESPECTED OLD -SKETTY RESIDENT.--…

"IGNORED HER IN STREET."