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MilK CASE DISMISSED.

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MilK CASE DISMISSED. .Defendant gets a Testimonial from the Prosecution. .At Brecon on Monday, Charles Morris, milk vendor, Abergwdy Farm, was sum- moned by James Campbell, County Council Inspector, for selling new milk alleged to be not of the quality demanded. t Mr Lewis Jones appeared to prosecute, and Mr Jones Williams was for defendant. Mr Campbell said that on the loth May he took a sample of milk from a churn in defendant's milk float. The analyst's certificate showed that the sample was 29 per cent. deficient of milk fat. Cross-examined by Mr Jones Williams, witness said. he had taken samples on many occasions of milk sold by Mr Morris and found it good. He believed defendant held a reputation for selling excellent milk. He took two samples on this morning, the second from a tin jack, and that was far above the required standard. Mr Morris explained that the .milk in the jacks was night milk and tjvat in the churn the morning's milk. He did not accuse Mr Morris of skim- ming the milk. The sample he took was from the tap of the churn at the bottom and the milk' was not stirred before it was taken. Mr Jones Williams contended that the milk was sold as it came from the cow and relied 011 the case of Hunt v. Richardson. Mr Morris, in evidence, said his usual custom, before commencing to sell the milk from the churn, was to draw a jack- full and return it, thus mixing it. If this had been done the sample would have been above the standard. The milk was not tampered with in any way. He served nearly 300 customers, and had never received a single complaint as to quality. Miss Jenkins, who assisted in the milking, said the milk was taken straight from the cows to the churn. The Bench dismissed the case.

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