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ECHO OF CARDIFF EXHIBITION. On Wednesday afternoon at Cardiff County- court a case was hieard in which Mr. Joseph Rose, engineer of the Docks, claimed JB29 from Mr. Pilkington, engineer, of Newcastle, which he alleged was due to him as commission on goods sold during the Cardiff Exhibition. Plaintiff induced Mr. Pilkington to exhibit certain steam hammers at the Exhibition, and he agreed to act as agent on a commission of 5 per cent. The dispute between the parties was as to whether the commission should be paid on goods which were sold as the result of Mr. Rose's agency or only on those which were sold during the Exhibition and directly by Mr. Rose.—Tlie Judge held that the contract as disclosed by the correspondence was that Mr. Rose should have commission upon all hammers sold, whether directly through him or not," and accordingly gave judgment for the amount claimed with costa.—Mr. v. M. Ba.i1. hacbe (instructed by Mr. H. Cousins) appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. J. H. Jones for the defen- daub.

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