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Llandilo County Court
Llandilo County Court. The Llandiio County Court was held on Friday the 8th inst. before His Honour Judge Lloyd Morgan, K.C. A DEFENDANT WHO WON'T ATTEND. Mr C. Hurley, solicitor, appeared in a case in which the defendant was Mr J. G. Maddox. The claim was for JE 7 2s 4d. and the matter tame up under a judgment summons. The defendant did not appear. Mr Hiirievsaid that the defendant had been several times subpoenaed, but had not atten- ded. Sometimes he returned the "conduct j money" and he kept it. The diffi- culty was that he did not attend, and that tJley could not get a committal order against him in his absence. The Judge: What is he? Mr Hutley said that the defendant was interested in a. colliery at Pon tycvmmer. He was a widower, and his youngest son was 2f5 years of age. He is either the owner or the manager of the colliery. He is in good cir- 01 nil stances and rides about on his own horse, The Judge: If you can give me evidence of I that kind, I will make an order- The case was adjourned. The Judge or- dered that the costs be paid out of the fine levied on the defendant for non-attendance. BETTER OFF THAN MANY. Mr Randeli. solicitor. IAane-Ily. appeared in the case of Mrs Evans against. the Blaenavon Colliery Co.. Pantyffynnon. This was a com- pensation case arising out of the death of Dd. Evans, who died on the 30th JflHe. as the re- sult of an accident. A sum of C300 had been i paid into court by the Company. Mr Randeli said that there were three sons dependent—one nearly 14, one aged Ill. and a third aged Si There was another son who had joined the Army.His mother received 12s fid a weak in respect of him- 3 s fid being a deduction* from his pay and 9s from the War Office. The widow in giving evidence said that her husband was not insured and was not a mem- ber of any club. The Judge made an order for the immediate of t2,-). and for the payment of 17s a week. Mr Randeli in asking for a larger weekly allowance said that the cost of living had gone lip lately. The Judge: She is twice as well off as many of the people who come before me. I don't know what more I can do except I let her have the whoie amount at once. A CHURCH BUILD IN (, CONTRACT. This was a case which had been remitted from the High Court. Messrs Williams. Smith and Evans, HiU street. Peckham. Leu- don had claimed the sum of £ 05 lis 5d from Mr James Evans. Maesyderi, Ammanford- Defendants had paid a sum into court, and judgment had been given for C-13. The High el Court had remitted to the County Court the issue regarding the balance of the account. Mr Mariav Samson (instructed by Mr Hugh W dliams, Llandilo) appeared for the plaintiit and Mr Claud R. Davies, solicitor. Lla»d''o, for the defence. The dispute arose out of the slating -t Ty- oroee Church.. The defendants had entered into a contract with Mr Evan Jones, builders' supply merchant, of Rutland House. Swansea and lie appeared to have passed the contract to the plaiMiitiffs. The contract was for roof- ing the chua'ch at £2 Is od per tlll-t. is 100 superficial feet. The porch of the eh.ureh was not ready in time, and the con- tractors left the slates and t,lio battens behind for-others to finish the work. The slates and the battens whkh werenot- used were returned (it was stated) to the plaintiffs. These trans- actions and the haulage of materials gave rise to various questions of account. The facts were in issue to a certain extent and a voluminous correspondence was produced. Mr Stephen Harold Bear said that he was the plaintiff and traded under the name of Messrs William Smith and Evans. He saw Mr Daniel Evans, of Carnarvon, and arranged a.bout the carrying out of the contract. The. matter had been plac.,c-d in the hands of Mr D. Evans, but his position at the fclate quarries precluded him carrying out the actual contract. Mr Mailay Samson, in reply to certain ob- servations, said that in the High Court the defendant had not taken the point that the plaintiff was not tihe person with whom he had the contract. He had not disputed plaintiffs right to sue. The Judge staid that he did not think the question could be raised now. The defendant had paid money into court churned by the plaintiff. Mr Claud H. Davies asked questions in crov.vexam in at ion which suggested that his client had a "set off." The Judge said that lie could not go into a qur-.iien of a counter-clai.m as none had been entered. Mr Gkmdc n. Da ies .said that he was only j referring to a matter of which the other side had be >n aware from the start. He asked hris Honour to rdjourn the case until the coimtcr-cla m could be filed. The Judge said that that had letter be brought on as a separate action. Evidence was then given by the defendant, and his Honour ultimately found for plaintiff I for £ h -ts 8d. If the counter-claim were entered within 14 days, the money is to re- main in court pendiiig the issue of the other triiail. If no counter-claim is entered within 14 diavs then judgment goes to the plaintiff. "SO MONEY Mr Thomas Cecil Morgan, an inventor, cliaiined t2 10s from the Servan I.eroy Co. Mr W. h. Smith appeared for the plaintiff. Plaintiff that lie sent, the defendants L2 10s for certain apparatus. When he re- ceived the apparatus he did not consider it satisfactory, and he re-turned it and asked fpr his money back. The defendants replied that his money back. The defendants The defendants replied that they never re- turned money. They sent him a "credit note." and asked him to select other articles out of their catalogue to the value of C2 10s. His Honour gave judgment for the plaintiff for the amount claimed. DAMAGES CLAIMED FOR ASSAULT. Mr nd. Lewis, Olananiman. claimed L50 damages from Mr John Thoma-, Davies. a neighbour, for assault. Mr Hugh Williams appealed for the plaintiff and Mr lvuoylo tor the defendant. It appeared that there had been a dispute over a right oi way during which the assault was alleged to have been committed. The [ plaint-ff is now a corporal in the R.F.A. His Honour intimated, after evidsnoe had j been given, that he would at the next court give judgment for the plaintiff. He sugges- ted howfwer that an arrangement be Come to as to the. amount of daniaiges as it would be useless his giving judgment for an amount which the defendant (who was stated to be earning 27s 6d a week) could not pay. QUESTIONS OF COMMISSION. This ca-se was heard before Mr Registrar Lewis Bishop. Mr Barnett Shepherd (who was sworp in the Jewish fashion) had a claim again Ml" E. C. Jones, of the Central Garage. Llandilo. and Mr Jones had a claim against Mr Shepherd over a.i)other transaction. Mr W. L. Smith appeared for Shepherd, and Mr Edmunds for Jones. The claim hy Jones against Shepherd was fir-t. heard. This was for £2 for a motor tyre. Shepherd admitted £ 1 18s, but claimed that he was entitled to 2s discount. It appeared that the, agreement was that there was to be a discount- of o per cent-, for "spot cash." Shepherd took the t-vra away then. Some discussion took place over the mean- ing of the term "spot cash." It was sugges- ted that it meant cash wirthin 7 days but most of the witnesses said that it meant cash raid on the spot. The other case arose over the sale of a motor car. Mr Jones wanted to sell a second hand motor car. and Mr Shepherd introduced him to Mr Humphreys, of Cross Hands, who wits on the look out for a ea r. The car was i soild for £ 48. Shepherd said that there was a. distinct agreement to pay him 5 per cent.. commission. He went round the country selling wallpaper. and he was not finding customers for Jones' cars for charity. Jones .said that there was no agreement to pay commission. He mentioned about the car. and Shepherd afterwards told Mr Hum- j plureys. wibo came and hought the car. It was admitted that Jones gave Shepherd 5s. Shepherd sakl that he would not take os for selling a £48 oar. He took it. of course, until he could get the balance of the account. If Jones had given him 5d he would have taken it until he could get the rest. The learned Registrar found that Shepherd was not entitled to any discount on the tyre as he had not paid "spot cash" which meant cashon the nail. He also found that there was no arrangement to pay him discount on tlve sale of the car. and that the os was a voluntary gift.
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Carmarthenshire V.T.C: l-ROPOSED MOTOR SECTION. Major-General D. C. F. Macintyre. C.B., attcjided a meeting of motorists, held at Car- marthen on the 7th inst.. to discuss a. pro- posal to establish a corps of motor volunteers in conimection with thy V.T.O. in tho county of Carmarthen. Mr Dudley Wililianit-Drum- mond. Hafockieddyn, who presided, said the matter was raised at a County Council meeting liy iMr T. P. JoIICSr, Llanelly. and a. ccimniiittte which w as-then formed had invited General Macintyre to enlighten them on the subject. Major-General Macintyre said Wales i% a doing extremely well for the movement. Cardiff and Sw ansea Corps were already doing very useful work. Now that the Government | were taking more notice of the corps, he be- lieved there would l;e material advantage which would effect motorists in the.-e hard times. The Government would be more freely offeiing them oil and petrol in the days when they were dcÙlg duty. A niotiott was about to be brought forward in the BOII-" of Lords for a fuller recognition of the corps on the ill lies of the old Volunteer Act. They would find that their services would be more re- quired fo rgmirdiiug vital points, and ccr- tainlv munition factories. In London they had a'ready been doing excellent work, and had excited the admiration of all who had soon their discipline. Mr W. Basil Valentine.
CAKMARTHKN M viiKf.T —The make of butter has fallen off greatly, consequently the supply was much less, but the demand is great, the following high prices were paid, viz. for uask Is (id to Is 7d—in some instances the record pr ceof Is 9d Was paid; fresh p its, Is 81 to Is !M. Eggs 17s tid to 20s per Cheese, "id to lil per lb. Market cleared early.