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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE CONTEST.

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NEWMARKET MEETING.—TUESDAY.

LANARK MEETING.—TUESDAY.

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AUTUMN WHEAT MANURING.

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AUCTION SALES. 0

FLINT.

BUCKLEY.

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THE SOUTH 'CHESHIRE.

WHITCHURCH.

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NORTHWICH.I

CREWE.

WREXHAM.

CAERGWRLE.

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CAERGWRLE. AN AMUSING AFFAIR.—On Wednesday, at the Wrexham County Court, before his Honour Judge Sir Horatio Lloyd, Mrs. Ellen Jackson, of Lakefield House, Caergwrle, sued Frederick George, M.D., M.B.C.S., of the same place, for the sum of X7 Is., the rent of certain rooms from July 10 to August 7. The sum of JE1 lis. 6d. had been paid into court.—The defendant counter-claimed £ 2 12s. 6d. damages for breach of contract and medical attendance.—Mrs. Jackson said the defendant engaged the rooms in January, and told her he would probably stay some months. In June she informed him that her rooms were more valuable to her during the months of June, July, August, and September, owing to visitors coming into the district, and that, in consequence, she would expect more from him. The defendant replied that if he left before the end of September he would pay her JE1 a week extra, but if he stayed on until the end of the year he would pay her nothing extra. She had given him notice twice and had taken police proceedings, but he took no notice. Mr. J. H. Pierce (who defended) With regard to the police proceedings, did the magistrates laugh at you P—The Plaintiff No. Well, if they did, it must have been up their sleeves, as I did not see it.—Further cross-examined, she admitted that she had taken up mats and carpets from the floors and taken sheets and towels out of the bedroom, and she had also refused to give him any attendance, and he had to get his cooking done outside and pay a woman to come in and clean his rooms.—The defendant's case was that he told the plaintiff in June he would take the rooms until the end of October, and pay a guinea a week whether he stopped or not. He counter-claimed 10s. 6d. a week for three weeks for non-attendance, and one guinea for medical attendance.—His Honour held that there was a contract to let the de- fendant have the rooms until the end of October, and he accordingly gave judgment for the plaintiff for four guineas—a guinea a week. He also allowed the defendant J61 16s. on his counter-claim.

NANTWICH.

HUXLEY.

NEW FERRY.

FRODSHAM.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

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