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35 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

ABERDARE BANKRUPTCY COURT

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ABERDARE BANKRUPTCY COURT This court was held on Monday before Mr Rees Williams (Registrar). George Edward Lewis, butcher, Lewis-street, Aberaman, attended his adjourned examina- tion, and the supplementary accounts ordered having now been filed the examination was closed. Mr W. Thomas, solicitor, Aberdare, appeared for the debtor. William Davies, 185, Penririwceiber-road, Penrhiwceiber, who was represented by Mr S. Shipton, had, after years working as an assis- tant to a firm of grocers, started in January, 1906, as a grocer at Blaina, Mon., with a capital of £130, money saved by him. He traded as the Direct Dairy Company," and removed in 1908 to Penrhiwceiber, where he carried, on busi- ness under the same style until the date of the receiving order. His total liabilities amounted to JE175 10s Id deficiency, JE105 15s 9d. He had book debts amounting to over JE116, esti- ipated to realise JE13. The examination was ad- journed for further particulars. William Jones, Lewis-street, Aberaman, who Was represented by Mr W. Thomas, was a col- liery labourer, but his wife kept a green- grocer's shop. The deficiency was £ 82 10s lid. The examination nms closed.

LADY'S FORGERIES. .'.'

. lEAVE TO PRESUME DEATH.

ATTACKED BY MEN AND DOG P

MILITARY HONOURS.

Liabilities, £ 2,500,000.

LIABILITIES.

Crumlin Trusteeship. .

CADOXTON LAND DISPUTE. _.-J-

----FROM SHOP TO SCHOOL .

IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK.

CLOUD-BURST HAVOC. .

Stray Cannon Shot .

LABOUR PARTY'S OBJECTION.

"NO ADMISSION."

.DEPOSIT0R8' COMMITTEE.

IDuel With a Lough Trout ------...--

Dram. Drinking. .

.THE J6 s. d. OF SPORT.

VISIT TO DARTMOOFT.

.NEWPORT THIEVES.

------.-----Newport Trench…

BABY'S BODY IN GARDEN. -..;

A QUESTION OF IDENTITY. .

IRHYMNEY VALLEY SEWERAGE.'

SEA BOOTS AS POUCH.

------,South Wales Divorce.…

\Chancellor Molested. .

ILL-MANNERED SCHOLARS. v

TRAMS TO PORTHCAWL.

DIED ON THE WAY HOME.

LIBERALS' WELCOME. , .

.Room to Live. .

TRUNCHEON ON TRAMP'S HEAD.'

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