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18 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

. E-ST. ASAPH (DENBIGH) RURAL…

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MOLD.

. SPECIAL POLICE COURT. THE…

CERYG-Y DRUIDION.

. COUNTY COURT.

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COUNTY COURT. This Court was held on Friday, January 20th, before His Honour Sir Horatio Lloyd. Seventy undefended cases were disposed of by the registrar, Mr. J. E. Humphreys. Messrs. William Williams and Co., grocers, sued Richard Evans, Ty Newydd, Nebo, for;Cl 2s. 6d. for goods sold. Defendant produced a receipt for the amount, alleged to have been given to him by the de- fendant's manager. Judgment for plaintiff. T. J. Roberts, Bryntyrch Hotel, CapelCurig, sued J. R. Hughes, grocer, Capel Curig, for 98 5s., being amount alleged to be due for the keep and pasturage of 4 horses. Mr. J. W. Griffith appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. W. P. Roberts for the defendant. Judgment was given for the plaintiff for 97 and costs. Evan Hughes, Fron Elen, Dolwyddelen, sued Morris Jones, Glan William, Dolwyddelen, for 94 10s., the price of a bicycle. Mr. R. L. Davies, Blaenau Festiniog, ap- peared for plaintiff; and Mr. J. P. Evans, Llan- rwst, for defendant. Defendant pleaded that he was an infant' within the meaning of the Act. Judgment for defendant without costs. The Bettwsycoed Slate Quarry Company sued T. J. Coles, Hansworth, Birmingham, for f,10 for slates sold and delivered. Mr. W. P. Roberts appeared for the plain- tiffs. Judgment for plaintiffs, the amount to be paid in instalments of 10s. per month. The Trefriw Mills Company sued Charles Fraen, late Belle Vue Hotel, Trefriw, for £ 21 13s. 8d., for goods sold. Mr. J. Herbert Jones appeared for the plain- tiffs. Judgment for plaintiffs. Henry Lewis, Bangor, also sued the last de- fendant for f24 18s. 3d. for goods sold and rent. Judgment for the fuU amount forthwith. ACTION AGAINST GWILYM COWLYD. THE CHIEF BARD POSITIVE.' Isaac Williams, Pen'rallt, Trefriw, sued W. J. Roberts (Gwilym Cowlyd) for a sum of 15s., as trespass for holding bardic meetings upon his property on the shores of Geirionydd Lake. The case excited the greatest interest in the district, as the defendant is widely known in connection with the annual arwest held at Llyn Geirionydd by the bards of the Isle of Britain, tor which he claims immemorial anti- quity, and with which many eminent English- men and Welshmen have associated themselves by becoming members of this particular frater- nity of bards. Mr. W. Griffith, for the plaintiff, said the defendant was called 'The Chief Bard Positive.' He did not know what that meant, but believed it was a title defendant had conferred upon himself. He would call evidence to show that the defendant had arranged these picnics on the shores of Geirionydd, and that he never gave any account of his receipts. Isaac Williams, the plaintiff, then gave evi- dence, and swore that for ten years payment had been made on account of trespass on his land to the amount of 2s. 6d. per annum. His Honour pointed out that the conveyance to the plaintiff, when he bought the property, and which had been put in by plaintiff's solici- tors, showed plainly that the rights of the Bar. dic Union to hold their annual meetings on the spot in question, as heretofore' had been re- served, and contained no references to a rent of any kind. The whole case turned, there. fore, on the interpretation of the words as her,etof ore Mr. H. Roberts, for the defendant, agreed. His Honour, proceeding, held that the words c as heretofore' clearly referred to the physical conditions of the meeting—the mere holding of it; and as the conveyance clearly reserved to the Bardic Union, two roads, shown on the plan, of the conveyance for the purpose of ap- proaching T&liesin Lawn, and if the people, in going to the spot, travelled off those roads, and trespassed on plaintiff's property, he had a remedy against trespassers only. He would, therefore non-suit the plaintiff.

. PETTY SESSIONS.

REMARKABLE INQUEST IN FLINTSHIRE.

THE PROPOSED BRIDGE AT DERWEN…

. THE DENBIGH STEAM ROLLER…

'THE LllND QUESTION IN CARNARVONSHIRE.

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ST. ASAPH.

ABERGELE.

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' LLANRWST.

CERYG-Y DRUIDION.