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.I AMONG THE ZULUS.I

THOSE WHO LABOUR.

THE FISHING BIGHTS AT LLANELLY.

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THE FISHING BIGHTS AT LLANELLY. I MR. W. J. WILSON AND THE MAOHYNYS FISHERMEN. At the Llanelly County-court recently a case was heard in which some local fishermen claimed damages against the Stepney Estate authorities. It appeared that in January last Mr. W. J. Wilson, the agent of the estate, accompanied by other representatives, went down to Bwlchy- gwynt and broke up a number of fishing rets which had been spread on the foreshore. The Stepney Estate claimed to have the rights of fishing there, but this was contested by the men, who urged that the place had been open to the public from time immemorial. The action for damages was heard at the February court before his Honour Judge Bishop, who reserved judg- ment. The judge, however, will not further be troubled in the matter, for the Stepney Estate have now agreed to pay the amount claimed and costs.

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