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WELSH RECTOR IN A MOTOR ACCIDENT. Judge Moss on Wednesday sent to the Registrar of the Rhyl County Cburt his decision in a motor car case which had occupied his attention at two sittings of the Rhyl County Court. The plaintiff is the Rev. T. Jenkns, rector of St. George. Abergele, and the defendant Mr Edward Woodhead, of Ashover, Chesterfield. The plaintiff claimed £ 28 for damages to his motor-car, while the defendant counter- claimed for damage to his car. In his written judgment His Honour held that the evidence as to the damage was eonciusf-ve, and the defendant's driver must have been entirely mistaken as to what took place. He considered that the collision was entirely due to the defendant's driver neglecting the warning of the danger s'kigal close by. He could not allow a portion of the plaintiff's claim for depreciation, but he found for him for E:22 19s. 6cl. and costs. He also gave judgment for the plaintiff on the -it ff counter-claim, but the plaintiff would have to pay the costs of producing the man who repaired his car.

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