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AtTTOMOBJLE ENGINEER'S ACTION.

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AtTTOMOBJLE ENGINEER'S ACTION. At the HI oomsburv (London) County I COUrt, before Judge Bray, last week, an a.ctiuu was htiiid between Frederick George 20, Welbeek street, Lon J!' autonicbii;- engineer, and Tom lIolmes, Holywdl, haulage contrae- t°r* The claim v>s i'ur £ 33 10s. lid. on 0 hills of exchange. Defendant entered bj.1*' t'1UClC'iUin ft* £ 50, as damages for cli '"C'1 v,' £ l-1-i anty on the sale of a motor sllp^'lDa,lc ^ie plaintiff to the defendant, ad 1 Wruranty being contained in a letter tile to the defendant and signed by G16 Pontiff, dated 12th August, 1913. Mr. ai appeared for the plaintiff, ;n i\Ü. Elfr)î(l II. HU);TI,Q, Holywell, waB 'u ^eielUv'- The eiaim was admitted, Ce,i dmu-.d aeeo; clingly. The fight Xv r';in:d tiie motor charabanc and the aiTamv. Ion Holmes, in his evidence, tj. U ';e into negotiations with ior a motor charabanc he «-t to Lciuiou for an interview and then i., lL" oiiiuabane. The arrange- eilt that it..should be driven from r the plaintiff then war- 1,5g the eluv^siv; to be in thorough work- Ing order. Tv.cnty-seven miles out of Lon- < the tiling completely broke down and 'Jt; towed to woiks at Luton, where Was put m repair. He and Llewellyn Wc-ll returned home by train. It was ulti- brought to Holywell, and a motor j- ice was arranged, but the car was con- au breaking down and disorganising the 1110tor service. Corresjioiidence passed be- ^etn plaintiff and defendant, the latter I ^uting out that the ear failed to comply with the warianiy. In October last plain- tiff came to Holywell and an agreement in writing was signed v» hereby the plaintiff agreed to take back the motor charabanc a.t an agreed p ice, and the defendant to take a He\ two-tonner chassis, de- ,!v°i'y to be irsii.' when plaintif fwas ready, Corroborative evidence WHS given on the cc-unterelaim by W. Ll. Owen and Reginald ^*rcgory, eiit-iiieer a! the Alvn Motor and lngilJcerjl}g Cu. \5 Works Mold. The Plaintiff relied upon the agreement of Octo- ^1 26th, but .denied any warranty.— His t on°ur held UK-re w?; an abandonment of agreenient of October 26th, but con- 8idcred there was a breach cf warranty. The defendant was entitled to damages, RIJd considered that £ 30 would meet fo Ca'Se* II'- accordingly gave judgment °r £ 30 with costs on that amount.

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