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1 ¡- Action ky it Carnarvon Doctor, At a special county court held at Carnar- von on Saturday, his Honour Sir Horatio Lloyd heard an action in which Dr John Williams claimed L59 as damages for a breach of contract made between him on the 20th September last year and the exe- cutors of the late Dr Watkin Roberts that they would pay the sums due for Dr Roberts to. all persons who were debtors of the firm of Drs Roberts and Williams, the defend- ants being Messrs J. T. Chappul (London), Dr D. N. Knox (Glasgow), and C. W. Ro- berts and G. R. Rees (Carnarvon). Mr Her- bert Williams (instructed by Mr H. Rees) was for the plaintiff, and Mr Bryn Roberts, M.P. (instructed by Messrs J. T. Roberts and Da vies) for the defence. Mr Williams, in opening the case, ex- plained that the action was brought to re- cover P,69 for a breach of agreement. It ap- peted that R800 had been overdrawn in the partnership funds of Dr Roberts, whose share of book debts was about £1600. It was ar- ranged that the book debts shared be in satisfaction of the £ 800. In negotiating this agreement it was alleged by plaintiff that two of the executors, Mr Chappie and Dr Knox had undertaken to pay all debts owing by Dr Roberts to any of the debtors to the firm, and they also undertook, in or- der to protect Dr Williams, that the cheques owing by Dr Roberts should be paid to Mr G. R. Rees in settling up the accounts, and the amounts in every case, except the one in ,dispute, handed over to Dr Williams in re- duction of the debts due to the firm. Mr Williams added that the contention of the defendants was that this debt was statute- barred, and that they as executors were not justified in paying it, although they had in every other case -done so. Dr John Williams said that he was in partnership for 33 years with Dr Roberts. After the latter's death he had an interview with two of the creditors. Dr Roberts owed him R800 which was overdrawn from the estate of the partnership. The amount of the book debts was 23300. Dr Knox and Mr Chappie went into the accounts, there being hundreds to which the statute of limi- tations would apply. After matters had been gone into the executors made a pro- posal that he (Dr Williams) should take the book debts and release the claim against Dr Roberts for 2800. Dr Roberts was per- sonally indebted to some patients of the firm who were also debtors to the firm, and this he (witness) pointed out to the execu- tors. Some time afterwards an agreement was drawn out and signed by the two exe- cutors already named. Subsequently wit- ness explained that Dr Roberts owed money to some of the book debtors to the firm. and that he was not going to pay these. The executors replied that they would pay every- thing Dr Roberts owed1, and that the book debts would be his (witness's). As the two executors, Dr Knox and Mr Chappie, were walking out of the surgery, the latter said to the other, that he thought they ought to protect him (Dr Williams), so that he might have the benefit of these debts. Dr Knox replied, "Yes, of course," and mentioned that Mr G. R. Rees, the other executor, would be the person who would draw out and sign the cheques, and that he (witness) was to go to Mr Rees to make arrangements with him to carry that into effect. He (Dr Williams) went to Mr Rees, and found out that he knew already of the arrangement come to, and he said to witness that be would do everything he could to secure the cheques for him. Among the amounts was one of Mr J. Rumsey Williams, who owed the firm JB82 14s 6d. He (witness) owed the latter personally L43 12s, and Dr Roberts owed him personally L59 odd. Witness's account was beyond the statutory time except a few items,and Dr Roberts's account was statute- barred except £ 6 which had been paid into co -rt. Mr C. Watkin Roberts came to wit- ness one day, and said that he had seen Mr J. Rumsey Williams, who had told him that X20 was due to him. Mr Roberts had offered Mr Williams £ 17, and the latter said, "Very well." But witness asked Mr Roberts what was he going to f-et, because there was L82 due from Mr J. R -.msey Williams the firm. Mr Roberts replied that he could not settle that then, and went away. The result was that Mr J. Rumsey Williams would not pay the money due from him, and in order to obtain payment of that sum he (witness) paid Mr J. Rumsey Williams the amount due from Dr Roberts, and then Mr Williams paid him (witness) 2.. Mr J. Rumsey Williams said that he did not expect to be called upon to pay the firm's bill unless they individually paid him. He would never think of pleading the statute with regard to what he owed them. Mr C. W. Roberts had offered to settle with him for 917, but he declined to do so. Mr Humphrey Thomas, upholsterer and furniture remover, said that Dr Roberts owed him C26, which was statute-barred. He received a cheque for 226, which he handed to Dr Williams, and paid him the balance between that cheque and R27 which was due from him to the firm. Mr Stythe, accountant, gave evidence as to collecting the accounts of the firm. Mr J. Bryn Roberts contended that they eould not go outside the agreement. There was no reference whatever to statute-barred debts, and yet the plaintiff asked the court to decide that the defendants had agreed to pay all statute-barred debts. For the defence evidence was given by Mr Chappie and Dr Knox. They denied that there Was any promise on their part to pay the statute-barred debts of the late Dr Roberts. Mr G. R. ROOT said that he held certain cheques payable to the creditors of Dr Ro- berts in the interest of Dr John Williams, whkh were brought to him by Mr C. W. Ro jo -fs. He had a conversation with Dr Wll mr,, to whom he said that he was hold- i.ic f cheques, which he ultimately handed > He also told Dr Williams that he wuuirl do aI. h" :'v'liri k ?ts«ist hjm to get the money, but before Dr Williams made this suggestion no one also made it. Mr C. W. Roberts said that many of the book debts were owing from professional and other gentlemen ;n the county. Every penny, statute-barred! and nil, owingbr Dr Roberts was paid: Witness said that he ob- jected to Mr Rees paying cheques over to Dr Wiliiams. His Howaur i ndcment.
FOOTBALL RHYL v. CARNARVON. This match was held on the grounds of the latter team on Saturday. It was a cup tie the North Wales Coast Cup and after a very good game resulted in a win ior the visitors by 1 goal to nil. f COLWYN BAY v. BANGOR. A good game was witnessed at Bangor, in the first round of the Welsh Junior Cup. The game looked like ending in a draw, but close on time Bangor scored two goals, and finally won by three goals to one. WREXHAM v. CHESTER.—These old rivals met on Wrexham Racecourse on Saturday afternoon, and a close contest re- sulted in a verdict for the home team by one goal to none. The game in the first half I was particularly even, and Wrexham got through once. The second half saw the visitors in good' form, but they failed to < break througW.he home defence, which was very stubbori!\ OTHER MATCHES.-Llandudno Junc- tion Locos beat Penmaenmawr Reserve by a goal to none. Beaumaris beat Menai Bridge 4—1 at Beaumaris. Bangor Druids visited the Normal College, and returned with a 5—1 victory. The losers' goalkeeper retired hurt just before the finish.-Vaynol Park scored a victory of 2-0 over Bangor Celts. Roe Green received a visit from Eccles United.. After a one-sided game Roe Green won by six goals to one. CARNARVON THURSDAY LEAGUE.— Last Thursday, the "Gwalia" met the "Cel- tic," and were badly beaten, the score being Celtic 10, Gwalia 0. The teams in this league stand as follows up to the present: — TEAKS. I Played. I Won. Lost. Drawn. For. Againit. Points. Celtic 3 3 0 0 24 0 6 Artillery Vol. 2 1 1 0 2 12 2 Athletic 2 0 1 1 1 9 1 Gwalia 3 0 2 1 2 13 1 Corinthians 2 0 2 0 3 7 0 Vllla 2 2 0 0 12 3 0 & Four points deducted for playing ineligible men.
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The following is an extract from "The Life and Letters of Rev Benjamin Jowett, M.A., Master of Balliol College, Oxford," by Evelyn Abbott, M.A., LL.D., and Prof. Lewis Campbell, M.A., LL.D.—Among the undergraduates staying at Malvern was F-, a Welshman who had come to Balliol on his way from work in a stone quarry to orders as a Dissenting minister; one of those men to whom rrV^ious feeling has be- come a reality mere d than the realities of common life. W .,m at work in the quarry, so he told Ine, he one day felt him- self warned by a voice to remove from the place where he was standing, and no sooner had he stepped aside than a heavy stone fell upon the spot, which would certainly I have killed him had he remained where he I was. He regarded the voice as divine; he believed that a miracle had been wrought I in his favour, and he resolved to devote to the service of God the power which he had saved from destruction. He found means to come to College, and in spite of many difficulties obtained a degree with distinc- tion. Jowett loved to talk to him of hit experiences and to hear his praises of Welsh pulpit oratory, of which he was very proud, maintaining that it was worth a Saxon's while to learn Welsh in order to hear the Welsh preachers.
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HOLYHEAD THE OLD "ULSTER."—The steamship "Ulster," one of the old paddle boats that for 30 years plied between Holyhead and Kingstown, and was recently replaced by new twin screw-boats, has been converted from a paddle-boat to a barquentine at Bel- fast. and is now ready for sailing. She has been wonderfully transformed, and looks a very fine- sailing vessel. POLITICAL PARiiEti CONTRASTED. -On Wednesday evening, at the ordinary meeting of the Hyfrydle (C.M.) Debating Society, Mr Richard Davies, Cambria street, read an interesting paper on "Liberalism versus Conservatism," and further remarks were made by Messrs W. Dowell, Roland Jones, James Hughes, Thomas Hughes, Ri- chard Williams, Thomas street; and John Jones, Aled House. The chair was occu- pied by the Rev John Williams, and on the motion of Mr Eliezer Williams a warm vote of thanks wa s accorded the reader. DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION.— Nurse Jones, who has for some time been gaged with district nursing at Holyhead, has J received a well-merited promotion, having been appointed second staff nurse at the training home for Queen's Nurses at Camber, well. Her place at Holyhead' is being taken by Nurse Pennington, who commenced her career at the Browton TTiHl Hospital, Liver-' pool, and was trained for district nursing at the training home for Queen's Nurses at Leeds. Prior to her transfer to Holyhead', she was the district nurse at Portdinorwic, and she also has been engaged in that duty at Beaumaris and Bethesda. The District Nursing Association at Holyhead is in urgent need of help, and any contributions sent to Mrs Binney, the secretary, will be thankfully received. SIGNALLING VESSELS FROM THE SOUTH STACK-Representations were recently made (says the "Shipping Gazette") to the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board to the effect that it would be a convenience to shipowners if they could, under special circumstances, send messages to their ves- sels passing the South Stack signal station South Stack bound inward or outward, and also receive replies to such messages, and we learn that the following arrangements have now been made by the Board and the Post Office authorities —Messages for ves- sels passing thae South Stack signal station may be handed in at any postal Telegraph Office in the United Kingdom, and prepaid at the ordinary inland rate, to be telegraphed by the Post Office authorities to the Holy- head Post Office and thence over the Board's private wire to the South Stack Station, where the Board's keeper will, when prac- ticable, during the ordinary hours that t-he station is open—i.e., from sunrise to half an hour after sunset each day, including Sunday, signal the messages to the vessels for which they are intended. Prepaid re- plies to such messages will be telegraphed by the keeper of the station to the Holy- head Post Office, and thence despatched to their destination. For the present no charge will be made by the Mersey Docks Board for the services performed by their servants under this arrangement, and they will not accept responsibility for any mis- take, which their servants may make in con- nection with the messages. DEATH OF MISS MYFANWY RO- BERTS.—It is with deep regret we chron- icle this week the death of Miss Myfanwy ,Mivey) Roberts, Park School House, after a long and painful illness, at the early age of 22 years. She was highly esteemed by all who knew her, and the deepest sympathy is evinced towards her sorrowing parents and family. Resolutions of sympathy were passed with Mr and Mrs Roberts by the School Board and the English Presbyterian Church, of which community the deceased was a faithful and useful member. The funeral was a private one, and took pllilce on Saturday, a large number of relatives and friends attending. Mr William Williams, Tan'refail, was the undertaker. The Rev John Hughes officiated in a most impres- ■ sive manner. The remains were buried in the Nonconformist portion of the Maeshyf- ryd cemetery. Wreaths had been sent by Mr and Mrs Pritchard, Gors, Holyhead; the Misses Lewis, Newry street, Holyhead; Mr and Mrs Matthews, Board School, Am- lwch; Miss Jones, Board Schools, Holy- head; Mrs Prichard, Market street, Holy- head; Mr and Mrs T. C. Roberts, Batley; Mr and Mrs W. J. Roberts, Oakleigh, Holy- head; Mr and Mrs Arthur Roberts, Rhos- ygaer Avenue, Holyhead; Miss Roberts, j Farnham Hotel, Cavan; Miss Quinn, Farn- ham Hotel, Cavan; Mrs Dinnen, Newry Fawr, Holyhead; Miss Jones, Newry Fawr, Holyhead Mrs Crispin, Park, street, Holy- head Mrs Jones, Park street, Holyhead; Mr and Mrs Ferrana, Holyhead; Mrs Parry Griffiths, Park street, Holyhead,; Mr W. C.
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PM £ LLHEL9 I EDUCATIONAL. The School Boar.i ha.ve appointed Mr T. John Jones, Aberaer- on, assistant master at the Boys' School. A GOOD OFFER. On the authority of Mr E. J. Edwards, land agent, we are en- abled to state that a syndicate is prepared to I advance two-thirds of the capital that might be necessary to make a light railway from this town to Lleyn. This fact is worthy of the attention of the promoters of the rail- way. SUCCESS. Mr George Titterton read' a paper on "Success: the way to attain it." at the Ala road Literary Society last week. Miss Taylor, B.A., presided. When a vote of thanks to Mr Tittertop. was proposed, ad dresses were delivered by Mrs Maurice Jones, Mr Alfred Ivor Parry, Mr Robjohns, B.Sc., Mr T. J. Davies, and the Rev J. Pri- chard. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Last week Mr Henry Thomas, Carneddol, met with a ser- ious accident. The cart under his -hargi upset and went over him, causing very se.- ious injuries.
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PORTMADOC SUN DAY SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. John's Church. Rev Ll R Hughes, M.A. I Tremadoc Ray R. H. Williams, B. A. Treflys and Ynyscynhaiarn Rev G Salt, B.A. Prenteg Rev Joseph Jones I BAPTISTS. I Zion The Pastor I Berea Rev John D Davies, Rhos I CONGREGATIONALISTS. I Salem Revs H Ivor Jones and W J Nicholson Memorial Revs W. J. Nicholson and H Ivor Jones Penmorfa Bev D B Davies Borth y Gest Rev Ross Hughes CALVINISTIC METHODISTS. I Garth Rev J Gwynoro Pavies, Barmouth Tabernacle Rev W Thomas, Llanrwst English Chapel The Pastor Tremadoc Rev T. Owen, Portmadoc I WEBLEYANS. I i iiibenezer Rev. Ji. Jones | Borth y Gest Do. I I SALVATION ABMY. I Park Bai-racks Captain D. Evans I ROMAN CATHOLICS. Tremadoc. Father Whelan FIRE.-The need for a fire extinguishing apparatus was evidenced on Monday night .vhen fire broke out at Pensyflog.. CONDOLENCE. The members of the English Chapel have passed a vote of con- dolence with Mrs Rowland, Plas Isaf, on the death of her husband. THE "SULTANA REINA.The "Sul- J tana Reina'" (belonging to Captain Morgan | Jones, High street) has been lost near Ham- j burg. The crew were saved. j From further particulars to hand it seems < that the "Sultana Reina" was run into and j sunk by a Hull steamer, when near Ham- burg, on her voyage to an English port. j LITERARY MEETINGS. "18 it right to hold literary and competitive meetings in chapels?" was the question discussed at the last meeting of the C.M. Chapel Literary So- n,, i ciety, Tremadoc. Messrs W. O. Parry and i R. E. Richards took up the positive and | negative sides of the question. The voting indicated the majority to be on the ositive I side. j WASTE.—Last Monday evening, at the fortnightly meeting of the Memorial Chapel Literary Society, Mr W4 Williams, Oa;keley Cottage, in the chair, Dr Jones Morris de- livered a very interesting and instructive address on "Waste." Messrs D. Owen, Elias Pierce, John Percy Roberts, H. Ivor j Jones, and the president also spoke. EGYPT. — On Friday evening, at the j English Chapel Literary Society, Mr J. Jones j Williams, Criocieth, denounced the presence of England in Egypt as a wasteful and use<- j less policy. Dr Jones Morris said that the advantages Britain and other countries would I receive through the presence of the British army in Egypt were inestimable, and the I possibilities in the Soudan were such tha4. Great Britain was bound to see that thy de- veloped in the right direction. Short ad- dresses were given by others also. The par- ties were evenly balanced. Mr J. Rhys Evans, M.A., presided. PROPOSED SAILORS' HOME. On Friday evening, a meeting of the representa- I tives of the various places of worship was held at tiarth Vestry Room, Mr Richard Lloyd being in the chair. As a result of a paper read some time ago by Mr Robert M,. Lean, at a temperance meeting, it was sug- gested that something should be done on behalf of the sailors who come here. A letter appeared from a local minister, in "Y Genedl Gymreig," pointing out the neces- sity that existed for a Sailors' Home in the I town. The meeting on Friday discussed tho whole qtiOM iun dispassionately, consid- ering all the pres. and cons.. At last. Mr i Richard Davies, C.C., made a sugci'-stiori I that a committee be formed to consider the whole mutter, and brine; a report to a sub- sequent meeting. This suggestion was acted upon, and Messrs R. Davies, R. Wd- j liams, D. Richards, H. Arthur Thomas, i Ebenezer Roberts, Captain Owen Morris, j Ellis Jones, and J. G. Jones (secretary) were j appointed.
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I Holland, Upton Park, Chester; Mr Carson, Cavan. WELSH BAPTIST DEBATING SO- CIETY.—A meeting in connection with the above society was held on Tuesday evening, Mr John Williams in the chair. The sub- ject under consideration was, "Should church members patronize tthe theatre?" The affirmative side was well opened by Mrs T. E. Roberts, Temperance Hotel, and she found supporters in Messrs Edward Prit- chard, R. Mon Williams, Edward Williams, and W. D. Jones. Miss Maggie Lewis, Stanley terrace, opened very ably on the negative side, and she was supported by Messrs Robert Hughes, Edward and G. R. Picton, and the Rev William Price, Kings- land. At the close of the debate it was I found that 13 supported the affirmative side, I and 18 the negative side. [ APPOINTMENT.—On Saturday a meet- ing of the Holyhead Local Governing Body was held, presided over by Mr J. Lloyd Griffith, M.A. The meeting was convened to appoint a clerk at a salary of £10 a year. Three applications were received, the candi- dates being Messrs R. E. Prichard and E. H. Williams, solicitors; and Mr Thomas Ro- berts, solicitor's clerk. The result of the first voting was as follows: -Mr Tom Ro- berts, 5; Mr E. H. Williams, 4; Mr R. E. Pritchard, 1. In the second it was:—Mr Tom Roberts, 5; -r E. H. Williams, 5. The chairman recorded his casting vote in favour of Mr E. H. Williams, who was there- fore declared elected. MEDICAL SUCCESS OF A HOLYHEAD MAN.—We are glad to find that Dr R. T. Ellis, M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.S. Lond., late vice-president of the Yorkshire College Medical Society (for the discussion of sub- jects relating to medicine and the allied sciences), and president of the Yorkshire College Students Representative Council, was lately presented by Dr Cullingworth, ( f St. Thomas' Hospital, London, with the "Hardwick Prize in Clinical Medicine" (value 910 and vellum), awarded by the Faculty ci Medicine of the Leeds General Infirmary. Dr Ellis recently held the appointment of Home Surgeon (temporarily) at the Hospi- tal for Diseases of Women and Children, Leeds. He is the son of the late Mr William Ellis, Market street, Holyhead. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The crr:n- ary meeting of the Board of Guardians was held at Valley on Tuesday, Mr J. Ll. Gri- ffith, M.A., presiding. The total amount paid in out-relief was J6175 8s lid, to 775 < paupers; the balance in the treasurer's I hands was £ 1038 Is 4d'; decrease in the num- ber of paupers, 61; decrease of out-relief, JE3 3s 6d.—Mr James Lansbury said that a girl called Thomas, an inmate of the House, I was deaf and suffered from defective sight. Miss Adeane was prepared to take her into the Holyhead Institute, and train her to f laundry work at 4s per week. He moved ) that this be done. This was seconded' by the I Rev Robert Price, B.A., and carried unani- mously.—Mr James Edward Hughes (clerk) had prepared a statement relative to the working of the new Vaccination Act, and pointed out that the Guardians must agree with the public vaccinators before the first of January next as to the amount of remu- neration to be paid to them under the Vac- cination Act Order, otherwise the sums to be paid to the public vaccinators will be de- termined by the Local Government Board. Mr Hughes pointed out the amounts and conditions of payments to the medical atftt relieving officers under the new Act. The matter led to some dis, ion, and finally a committee yas appointed to go into the question in all its aspects.—Mr T. Forcer Evans, J.P., gave a notice of motion that at the next meeting he would move that Miss LloyKStag House, should receive jE30 in consideration of services rendered to the Board by her father, the late Mr James Lloyd.