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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."

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"THE LAW AGAINST HIM." Judge's Sympathy for Llanelly Defendant At Llanelly on Monday Thomas Tlhomaa made a claim against Thomas Bowen in re- spect of the alleged wrongful removal of sheds and fixtures from a farm. Mr. H. B. Roderick appoolrod for the plaintiff, and Mr. F. R. Ludford defended. Mr. Roderick stated that the sheds re- moved -were worth albout E26 standing and :£3 if pulled down. The auctioneer was present, probably with lending the defend- ant a little liorat support. Thomas Thomas, St. David's, Bryn, fanner, said that in 1912 he purchased Bryn Farm. Defendant, who was the tenant, left last October. When he made the purrrihase the hay shed and three other sheds together with some fencing was on the farm. He groduced the contTact under ?hMh he' bought. Defend?ft removed the sheds. Mr. F. N. Powell, auctioneer, said it was clearly stated tlhat the tenant's fixtures were not included. His Honour said he was satisfied that the premises were sold subject to the tenmt bein able to remove the fixtures. His Honour stated that a section of the Agricultural HoMings Act was riaitheir aejaiinst the defendant. It would be a rather hard case for him, but the law ap- peared against him. He would reserve his decision until meccfc month.

RESPECTED OLD -SKETTY RESIDENT.--…

"IGNORED HER IN STREET."