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FACTS THAT SPEAK.

NOT RIGHT IN HIS MIND.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. I

THE; MAN AND THE NET.

SERIOUS CHANCES ARE TAKEN…

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TRAM CAR EPISODE

TALYCAFN CHRISTMAS SALE,

BANGOR COUNTY COURT.

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BANGOR COUNTY COURT. ORDERS MUSTI BE OBEYED. At this court on Monday Judge M-osw, fined David Griffith Jones, manager of a grocery store at Glastinfryn, £;2 and costs- for failing to appear on a subpoena. In the afternoon Mr Roger Eivans men- tioned the matiter to his Honour, and said that Jones was now present. Jones, entering the witness-hox; said he was willing to come, but his, employer would not allow him to come sooner. His Honour said he would reduce the fine to- 10s., but it must be distinctly understood that the orders of the Court must be obeyed at any cost. As he had said over and over again, no one could say what such failures to obey the orders of the Court might lead to. They mighit lead to gross miscarriage of justice. In the course of another case, Thomas; Evans, car proprietor, Bangor, when ask- ed by the Judge what he sold a horse for' declined to give the priee, saying! it did' not affect the Icase. His Honour (sternly) You must answer the question. I am not going to have any nonsense like that. You are here to speak the truth. The Witness I am telling the truth. His Honour: You are not speaking the- whole truth. Youi listen to me. I won't have any nonsense ahouit this matter. I 'am the judge. What did you sell the- horse for? The Witness: £ 3 10s. His Honour Why didn't you tell me before ? The Witness For the sake of the man I sold it to.