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NARBERTH.

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NARBERTH. COUNTY COURT.—Before His Honour Judge Bishop, on Monday last, Mr. W. Adams, smith, Kilgetty, sued Mr. Stephen Lewis, Begelly, for j62 13a 2d, amount alleged to be due for smith's work done. Mr. W. R. James (of Messrs Lewis and James, Narberth), appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. G. Lort Stokes (of Messrs Stokes and Stokes), for the defendant. The defendant counterclaimed for JE2 14s 6d for services in draw- ing up a plan of alterations to be carried out at the smithy and other small matters. The plain- tiff showed books containing his accounts, and the items were uncontested except one of 2s Gd for mending a hay-tester. The plaintiff stated that he had asked the defendant, amongst others, to send in tenders to his landlords, Messrs Griffiths, of Pembroke, but he had never in- structed him to draw plans or prepare specifica- tions. Mr. Neville Griffiths, junior, a member of the firm Griffiths Bros., Pembroke, stated that he had received a tender from defendant, but had never been sent a bill for it, and this would have been quite unusual. A contractor from Pem- broke ultimately carried out the alterations in the Smithy. The defendant stated that the plaintiff had broken a hay-tester ao that he had been obliged to buy a new one. He had been asked to prepare estimates. On cross-examina- tions defendant admitted that he bad given up building, and that even if his tender had been accepted, he would not have been able to under- take the works. His Honour gave a verdict for the plaintiff on the claim and counterclaim with costs.—Mrs. Mary Davies, 3, Prospect Place, Cwinamman, Aberdare, sued William Owen, Blaengarwen, Llanfyrnach, for £ 17 17s, being a principal sum of JE13 alleged to have been lent in 1896 to the defendant, with interest thereon at 4 per cent. Mr. William Lewis, solicitor, High Street, Narbertb, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. P. Morgan (of Messrs Lewis and James) for defendant. The plaintiff stated that the money had been lent after the death of her mother by herself, out of moneys balance of a sale. This balance, it was arranged between her brother (the defendant) and herself, should go to her. No interest had been paid except a lamb In the first year. The defendant, who was not called, pleaded the Statute of Limitations, and His Honour gave a verdict for the defendant with costs. POLICE COUT"" —Before Messrs R. H. Buckby, H. S. Allen, and V. Lawrence, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Sconrfield, of Templet,on, wa" s-ummoned by Mr. John Williams, Attendance Officer, for neglecting to send her child to an Elementary School. The Attendance Officer proven the cane. Defendant stated that she wanted her girl (who is 12 years of age) to help with the work at home. The Bench fined Mrs. Scouifield 58 and costs.

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