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27 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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Cilfynydd. Before his Honour Judge Gwilym Williams at the County Court, on Wednesday, Frederick Archer, recently engaged as a pulleyman at the Albion Colliery, sought to recover 4;13 damages from William Jones, under-manager of the Albion Colliery, for an alleged assault. Mr James Phillips, solicitor, armeared for the com- plainant. and Mr Nicholls, of the firm of Messrs W. H. Morgan, Bruce, and Co., defended. Mr Phillips stated that the defendant badly assaul- ted his client on Friday, the 28th ot May, with the result that he was unable to follow his em- ployment for six weeks For that he claimed E6, and jE7 for doctors' fees, luxuries, and the pain he had endured. The evidence for the com- plainant was that the defendant struck him -twice in the face, knocked him to the ground, put his foot on his side, knelt on him, and, whilst holding him by the throat, bumped his hea several times against the ground. After this complainant managed to staler to his father's house, where he became unconscious. For the defence, however, it was contended that the com- plainant had used vile and threatening language -to the defendant, that he had told others lie would watch" him, and that he was the ag- gressor. The defendant stated that when com- plainant asked for the money due to him, he (defendant) replied that. he had not bine to do with l>ayinS it- He added, well, Archer, my •dear fellow, corne here dinner-time to-morrow for your money. Archer replied, "If I don't get tti to-night, I will hit your brains out with n jsprag. On the next day when defendant was consulting with the night fireman at the pit's mouth, the pl,IltTiff M-ent. up to him and asked witfr. an oath, for his money. Ha tola him to call for it tho next day, but he replied ho wanted it filat night. He then herein to oursc, ami struck defendant's cap on- n a1"0 aimed an- other blow at witness, and they thwi clinched and feif (lowii. Archer hem" underneath. Archer then threw a stone at 'him, RuJ picked un an- other, N-zjlicli he refused to giro 11n. Defendant therenporf struck him twice in the fa«e, and they fell down again. The defendant muted that he their placed his knee upon Archer s «nrst. and havin; jrnliod the brick out of his uand tola him to go home. His Honour stni^'l that n the plaintiff's story was true the case ,1¡mj Lie dcfehdant\wap a bad one, t,1t lie satisfied from the evidttice of the defendant rnd Ins witness that Archer was the a<«»rc*ssoi\ and that he had brought the pnnirhn bin- self. His was no* vr and he would give judgment for the (L f. nt. hut would not grant cos'y under th:' i i LEWIS BE 's. for Tea-X«FF sti ect.

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