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Fashionable Wedding at Rhos.

Dodges of Coal-Miners.




A Rhos Doctor's Failure. -


A Rhos Doctor's Failure. DEALINGS "WITH MONEY LEADERS. ) At the Wrexham Bankruptcy Court on Tuesday, Dr George Knapton, of Lees- wood House, Rhos, and lately living at No 5, Panton Road, Hoole, Chester, came up for his public examination. He gave as the causes of his failure borrowing money from professional money-lenders at an excessive rate of interest and pressure by them. The liabilities were stated to be ^736 6s ld., and the assets ^497 17 8d. 2 e leaving a deficiency of £ 238 8s Skd. The debtor, who is 56 years of age, stated that he began to practice as a physician at Southampton in 1883, .and sold it for £75°' He afterwards practic- ed at Eaton Square, London, and South- port. These practices he had sold for £1,050 and £ 1,8000 respectively. He Subsequently had practices at Bowdon, Cheshire, Hulme, Manchester and Hoole, Chester, before going to Khosllan- erchrugog. He was obliged to sell the Eaton Square practice owing to his con- tracting diphtheria. His late wife had an income ot over -1cl, 000, a, year, but he re- ceived no assistance from her after he left Southport. He sold the Hulme practice to an assistant, Dr Mackay, because his health was not good. Since 1904 he had been in financial difficulties. He had bor- rowed considerably over £2,000 from different persons. The largest amount he had ever borrowed in one sum was £ 150 The rest was borrowed in small sums, and most of it was borrowed to pay off money due to other money-lenders. The further examination was adjourned to the next court to enable the debtor to supply an account of his dealings with money-lenders for the past two years.

Welsh Territorials.

■New Brighton Band Contest

Oldest Welsh Bridge.

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Denbighshire Licences.

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News Of Evan Roberts.


North Wales Miners.

Methodists and Morals in Walesa

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