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_3Iio. A CARDIFF CAPTAIN'S PRESENT.! Singular Action. On Thursday, at Bristol County-court—before his Honour Judge Austin—an action ww; brought respecting a bear which h id been presented by Captain W. Ii. Corfield, of Cnrdiff, to the Clifton Zoological Society, and had been removed by the late superintendent. The plaintiffs, for whom Mr Robinson (Wainsbrough and Robinson) appeared, were Viliiers and others, the Zoo- Si,ei(-ty, at-,d t-lia defendant, who did not appear, was Mr Collier.—Mr Waiiifibroiigh said that J.i,. C,!ÎJ"r WM sU¡.>t"rintpntJ<mt of the Ciifton Zoological Gardens from January, 1891, to February, 1893. and when be went away he took a bear belonging to the society, which had been presented by O.iptain O01 field," of Cardiff, repre- sentmg that Captain Corfield had presented the animal to him. Upon that representation he was allowed to take away the bear. Some time after MY Collier had left Captain Corneld came to B'-iatol, and went to the Zoological Gardens in order to see the bear. Ho natur- ally inquired where it was, and then ne learned that it had been token away by tha defendant;, who .^aid that it was givtu to him. Captain Corfield was indignant, alid wrote to the secretary of the gardens, saying lie had never presented the beitr to the de'ft.jK|ju;t, and had no intention of fnch n, thing.-His Honour Tiie only question is whether the bear is in the flesh, and it so, whether it is in possession of the defendant, and if not. what was its value 1. -Mr Robinson He says that he will return the bear if we admit it was his.—Mr Wright (registrar) II-* has written to say he ha< not got it.—His Honour gave judgment for the plaintiffs for £ 15, to be reduced to is on the return of the bear in a fortnight. The plaintiffs had claimed jS25 as the value of the bear. -=

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