Evening Express August 20th 1909
Mr Hayward, Abergavenny, represented the plaintiff and Mr Everett, Pontypool, defended.
It was said the defendant’s cattle broke into the growing wheat in May and did a lot of damage. defendant suggested the damaged was caused by rabbits from the wood.
Several witnesses were called including Mr Montague Harris, valuer, Abergavenny, Mr Pitten, auctioneer and valuer, Pontypool.
His Honour gave judgement for £5 5s damages.
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