HCLYHEAX COUNTY COURT. I The a.bove court was held on Tuesday before I his Honour Judge Sir Horatio Uoyd. CLAIM FOR PERSONAL INJURIES. I Jeremiah Jones, Kingsland, clainied from. T. 0. J ones, Tudno Stores, SSO damages for injuries alleged to have been sustained through having been run over by a trap belonging to the d&- fendants Mr J. Bryn Roberts, M.P. (instruct- ed by Mr R. T. Bvaiis), appeared for the plain- tiff, and Mr Tobin (instructed by Mr 11, E. Pritchard) for the defendant. It -was alleged that the plaintiff was run over by the defendant's oar, owing to the negligence of the driver, while the defendant contended that the driver was not in his employ at the time, as he WM off duty, and was simply driving to oblige another servant of his. Also that the accident was due to the horse having Aio&ILa Honour reserved his decision. OLAIMS FOR WAXJES. Ajine O. Jones, Oaergeiliog, sued O. G. Owen, Ty Lychyn, Rhosneigr, for 26 balance of wages Alleged to be due. Mr T. R. Evans appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr R H. Williams for de- fendant.—Plaintiff eaid she had been in de- fendant's service and he paid her wages for the first haJf year but not for the second half year. She was in service for twp months of the second half year and received notice to leave. She took out an afii.lin,j em summons against defendant, and he agreed and paid £14. but the wages were not included in that sunL-Orcss-emunined, she said she had- heen afferod bo pay her part of her wages. —■The Defendant oontended that the wages was included in the sum paid and that plaintiff was only entitled for wages for a part of the term.— His Honour held that she was entitled to the full amounl, and gave judgment for plaintiff wcord- ingly. Owen Jones, Tanyfawr, Oae'rgeUiog, sued 0. G. Owen, Rhosneigr, far Z8 wages due, and judg- ment was given in plaintiff's favour with costs. Mr T. R. Hvana was for the plaintiff, and Mr E. H. Williams for defendant AN AOTIOCf BETWEEN SOLICITORS. Mr R A. Griffith referred to the action of Qexxrgo Williams against R. E. Pritchard, solici- tor, Holyhead, and said it was an action to re- cover damages for alleged negligence. There were no particulars supplied, and an action of this kind should never have been brought against a solicitor without giving full particulars. He had written to Mr Evans, the solicitor for the plaintiff, and the reply was that Mr Evans was very busy, having just returned1 from London. I As solicitor for the defendant, it was impossible I for him to know how to conduct his defence. The particulars he required were AS to the al- leged negligence, and as to how the damages were assessed. Mr T. R. Evans, for the plaintiff, submitted iihat the particulars given were sufficient. He (Mr Evans) had just sued Mr Pritchard for hts cosbt, and a technical objection was taken to his bill as it#bad been signed by his clerk and not by him personally. As a matter of fact, Mr Griffith knew everything about the case, as no end of correspondence had passed between the parties. Mr Griffith submitted that the particulars should be reduoed to writing as to the alleged negligence and damagea In the first instance, Mr Evans had brought an action against Mr Pritchard for;ClD which he considered excessive, and therefore took a technical objection. Hit Honour held that.the particulars should be before the court, and he adjourned the case in order that particulars be supplied. A DENTISTS CJLAIM. I Mr J. A. Wibon. dentist, Bangor, sued Mr W. Banks, dml)er, Hb!yhead, for a baJance of 92 10& 6d alleged to 00 due in respect of a set of wti- fidal teeth supplied to defendant's wife. Mr T. R. Evans appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr R. It PritchaixJ for the defendant.—The Plaintiff stated that the price agreed- was j37. and that he oad done other work value 108 6d for the de- fendant's daughWm-Tlie Defendant contended that the price was £5, which eum, the plaintiff had obtained.—Judgment was given for the de- fendant with ooetfl. AN ACTION CONCERNING TITHES. I Mr W. Watkin Owen, of Rhoebeano Farm, near Rhosgooh. aued the Rev. Daniel Morgan, the former rector of Rhoebeirio, which consti- tutes the whole pariah, and now Teetor of Llan- triaant, for the sum of jB4 6s 8d, being land tax on tithes paid by him on behalf of the defendant whilst; rector for the years 1881 to 1889. :K 0- tice of the Statute of Limitations had been de- ttrered by the rector's solicitors, but this was too late. Mr J. Bryn Roberts, M.P. (instructed by Mr T.\ R. Evans), appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr R H. Prioohard (of Messrs Hughes- Pritchard and Rodway, Bangor) appeared for the de,fendanb.-The defendant's solicitor said he submitted to judgment, as his client had been misled by an old law book, the Acta quoted in1 which had been repealed some 40 years ago. Judgment was accordingly entered for the plain- tiff for the amount claimed. OLAIH FOR WORK. Robert P&rry, Penlleca, Llanfair M.E., plasterer, stidd William Thomas, Rhoefawr, Llan- fair M.E., for ES balance alleged to be due for work done. Mr R. A. Griffith, Bangor, appear- ed for the plaintiff, and Mr S. R Dew for the defendant.—It appeared that the defendant had entered into a oontraot with a Mr Thomas Grif- fith to build a houee for him, but before com- pleting the house Griffith beoame insolvent. For the defence it was oontended that plaintiff had been employed by the contractor and not by defendant.Judgment was given for the de- fendant.
AMLWCH. Aocidant.—While assisting in shunting a goods train at Rhosgooh Station, on Fridav, John Jones- porter, was seriously injured by being crushed between the wagons and the station platform. He wa,- conveyed to Llanerchymedd, where he was medically treated, and subsequently to his home at Amltvch. Inquest.—On Saturday Mr Jones Roberts, coroner. held an inquest touohiiig the death of Mr Richard Williams, for many years guard of the passenger train on the Amlwch branch of the London and North-Western Railway. The jury returned a ver- dict to the effect that death was due to shock caused by an accident deceased met with the week previous while on duty in Bangor Station. The deceased's funeral was very largely attended, the Rev. T. Evans officiating.
HOLYHEAD. Inquest. On Monday Dr. Roland Williams, deputy coroner, held an inquest touchin g the death of Mrs E. Potter, 57 years of age, a married woman, who resided in Well-street. From the evidence it appeared that the deceased fell down the stairs m her house. Medical aid was summoned, but sie died in about four hours. A verdict of aocidental death was returned. The War Relief Fund.—On Wednesday and Thurs- day last week the Amateur Dramatic Society gave excellent entertainments at the Town Hall in aid of the War Relief Fund. The orchestra was under the conductorship of Dr. Kendall. On Wednesday evuning Captain Johnson, of H.M.S. Oolossus, presided. On Thursday evening Captain Kendall presided in the unavoidable absence of Captain Johnson, and expressed gratification that the fund at Holyhead was meeting with general support. Selections of music were admirably played by the orchestra. The members of the Amateur Dramatic Society gave a. capital performance of that well- known faioe "The Area Belle." Mrs Fox Russell ■acted the servant girl with great freedom, and Miss Williams, Rboo aw was a great li:nQ: mistress. Dr. SW R?MseH. am a Il'eeman drew forbb roars of J.augbr, and Mr L. Wi hams, Rhosy- iraer acted the soldier very JIurlly, while Mr T J Jones deserved pradae as the milkman. After the farce, Mr Ohamkerlain recited "The Seven Ages," and Gunner Douglas gave some selections (,n the bagpipes- The orchestra gave a ,pl?.did r??r deTri? n?'Gavotte L?i? XV.. after which Mr Tom Roberts ?iM -The Absent Minded Beixar," during whwh a collection was made, Begg??r, dr Mr Jones, Victona House, -Mg ?r Soldiers of th. Queen." After an o^rture bv the orchestra, the fMM "Turn him out was wjw i? which Misses Williams. Rhosygaer, Dr. ForRM?". Mr T. J. Jones, and Mr Asquith took part. The proMe?ng. termin&Wd with the National Anthem. The entcrtammen? were pat?ni?d by lajge M?ee. and it is expected L., betwe? JB20*? 030 will be realised.
Welsh Markets, Ao: 1_ ABERYSTWYTH, Monday.-Wheat, 5s 6d to 6s per 65 lbs. barley, 3s 6d to 4a per 65 lbe. oats, white, 21 9d to So per 45 lbs. do., black, 21 6d to 2s 9d per 45 lbs eg gs, 10 for a lø; salt butter, lid to Is per lb. fresh butter, Is id to Is 2(1 per lb. fowls, 3s 6d to 4s per couple; ducks, 4s to 6s per couple; potatoes, 2s 6d per cwt. AMLWOH, S&turday.-Fmli butter, Is 3d per lb. fresh eggs, 9 for Is; Irish, Danish, and Cana- dian butters, Is Id to Is 3d per lb. beef, 7d to 9d per lb. mutton, 7d to lOd per lb. foreign beef, 4d to 8d par lb. foreign mutton, ód to 6d par lb.; foreign lamb, 64d per lb. pork, 6d to Bd per lb. potatoes (new), id per ib. carrots, Id per bunch; cabbages, 1d to lid each; grapes (English), 2s per lb. do. (foreign), 8d to 1M per lb. Pples, 3d per lb. chickens, 3s per couple; fowls, 18 4d e" ducks, 2s 6d each; geese, 58 to 6s each; mackerel, 6d each; cod, 4d per lb. fresh herrings, 30 for Is. CARNARVON, Saturday.—Fresh butter, Is 4d to la 5d per do., salt, Is lid to Is 2d per lb. eggs: for a Is; fowls, 3s to 3s 6d per coupio; aucm, as o.: to as eacn; geese, m I-O 6s M each; beef, °îdtoto.)S9;acn; 1e:to 61 to 9d veal, 5d to 8d; pork, 5d to 8d potatoes (old), 7s to 7s 6d per sack. DENBIGH, Wednesday.—Wheat, 8s 9d to 9s M barley, 7s 6d to 8s 6d; oats, 5s to 5s 6d per hoboot;1 fowls, 2s to 3s 6d; ducks, 3s 6d to 4s 6d per couple; fresh butter, Is 3d to Is 4d per lb. small pots, Is 2id; big pots, Is Id per lb.; eggs, 7 to 8 for a Is; potatoes, 69 per hobbet; oatmeal, a?pcrlb. 2i?Ld eA e? C.EFNI, Thursday.—Fresh butter, Is 4d per lb. fresh eggs, 8 to 9 for Is beef, 6d to 8d per lb. mutton, 7d to 9d per lb.; veal, 7d to 8d per lb. pork, 6d to 8d per lb. ham, 8d to Is per lb. bacon, 5d to 8d per lb. fat pigs, 3d per lb. porkets, & to 13% each; potatoes, os per saK; oats, 14s to 14s 3d per quartor; fowls, Is to Is N. each; ducks, Is 8d to 211 each. NEWTOWN, Tuesday.-Wheat, 14s to 14s 6d per 240 lbs. barley, 148 6d to 16a per 280 lbs. oats, 12s 6d to 14s per 225 lbs. eggs, 12 to 13 for a Is fresh butter, lOd to lid per lb. fowls, 3s to 511 per couple; ducks, 3s 6d to 58 per couple; potatoes, 4s to 4s 6d per owt, PWLLHELI, Wednesday.—Fresh butter, 18 2d to Is 3d per lb. fresh eggs, 10 to 12 for Is; beef, 6? to 8d per lb. mutton, 7Ad to 10d per lb. veal and pork, 6d to 8d per l; fat pigs, 3d to 3.d per lb. porkets, 10s to 14s each; potatoes (new), id to j per lb., 3s 6d to 4s per cwt. car- rots, ld per lb, 3s 6d per cwt. turnips and parsnips, $d per lb. cabbages, 2d to 2!d -1? cauliflowers, 4d etch; celery, 3d and 4d per stick tomatoes, 8d to 9d per lb.; apples, 2d to 3d per lb. peaxs, 4d per lb. fowls, 2s 6d to 3s per oouple;shares, 2s 6d and 2s 9d each; rabbits, lOd and Is each; pheasants, 4s and 5s per brace; partridges, 2b 6Tand 2s 9d per brace; ducks, 2s 3d and 2s 6d each. RUTHIN", Monday.—Wheat, 9s to 9s 3d per liobbot; oats, 6s to 7s; fresh butter, Is ld to Is 2d per ib. fowls, 3s 61 to 5s per couple; ducks, 58 to 6s per couple; eggs, 12 to 13 for a Is. WREXHAM, Monday.—Being the annual Christ- mas fat stock show and sale, the market to-day was full of stock. The beef was of exceptional quality, and the demand was wonderfully keen, the best beast making £ 32, whilo the average all round was very thigh. Over 250 fat beasts were shown in one •aiiirtion', and Inearly every one thainged hands. The shp were also of splendid quality, although the Welsh wethers showed a slight falling otf. Some dairy cows were exhibited, and ten of the best averaged quite £ 19. A number of two year old heifers real, "ed 219 10s each, while ten yearling bullocks averaged JB19. Calves sold remarkably well, making up to £6 7s 6d. Welsh wethers ramged up to 419 eaoh, Scotch wethers up to 61s, and other. breeds up to 58s. The show of beef was the biggest ever seen in Wrexham Smithfield, and the clearance was a grand one.
Looal Tide Table* DECEMBSR. Morn. EnD. Height, b. m. b. m. ft. in. 7.Thursday 1 54 2 16 17 11 8.Friday 2 39 3 4 17 0 9.Saturday .3 30 357 16 4 10.Sunday 427 458 15 8 I 11.Monday 5 32 6 13 15 1 12.Tuesday 650 7 25 15 4 13.Wednesday 1 00 831 16 0 14.Thursday 9 0 9 28 16 91 15.Friday 9 54 1019 17 1 16.Saturday 1039 11 3 17 6 17..Sunday 11 24 11 45 18 0 18 Monday — 0 8 17 6 ig.Tuesday 0 Z7 046 17 1 20 Wedneoday 1 4 122 16 5 21.Thursday 139 1 66 16 0 22.Friday 214 2 31 15 4 23.. Saturday 12 50 3 8 14 8 24.Sunday 3 27 3 46 13 10 25.Monday 4 8 4 33 13 0 26.Tuesday 5 1 536 12 5 27.Wednesday 6 13 650 12 6 28.Thursday 7 25 7 59 13 6 29.Friday 8 31 9 0 14 8 30.. Saturday 9 26 9 50 15 11 31.Sunday 10 15 10 36 16 7 N.B.—The above Tide Table is oomputed for the Port of Liverpool; for Bangor the time of High IV ebIc is twenty-five minutes earlier; for Beaamaris twenty-seven minutes earlier; for Carnarvon two hours and five minutes earlier; for Llandudno twenty minutes earlier; for Rhyl twenty minutes earlier.
Shippirg. PORTMADOC. Arrivals.-Cecil Brindley, Owens, Dublin.Re- beoca (s.s.), Roberts, Liverpool.Aeron Lass, Jones, Dublin.George Henry, Jones, Dublin.Volunteer, Jones, Ardrossan.Picton, Hansen, Dublin.Ellen Roberts, Simons, Dublin.Laura Griffith, Parry, Belfast.Alfred Nobel (s.s.), Campbell, London. Gowerian, Jones, PwllhelJ.James, Jones, Aber- aeron. Sailings. — Victoria, Lewis, Harburg. James Bibby, Lewis, Copenhagen.Walter Uric, Williams, Belfast.Maiy Annie, Williams,, Harburg.Neiros, Sonnichson, Esbjerg.Rebecca (at.s.), Roberts, Liverpool.Alfred Nobel (s.s.), Campbell, New- haven.
Racing Fiztursi. Plumpten Dwmber 9 ':fc, December 12 Liiigfitld December 14 WindBor December 16 Haydook Park December 18 Wye December 30 Folke8lione December 21 Kempton Park Dee«b«r 86 Wolverhampton Deeemher 36 Grindon Hunt December 26 Keelo Perk December 28 Hurst Park December 29
LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY TRAFFIC RWTURN. Week Ending December 3rd, 1899. Passengers, parcels, etc., and mails £94,9&9 Goods, etc., total £ 162,678 Week's total £257,647 Corresponding week in 1898 :CZ47,069 T. HOUGHTON, Seoretary. Euston Station, London* N.W.
Chester and North Wales Commercial Travellers' Association.—The annual general meeting of this association was held on Saturday at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, under the presidency of Mr Evin Williams. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:—President, Air J. S. Arnold; vice-president, Mc Richard Swancoat hon. solicitor, Mr W. H. Bames; election secretary, Mr M E. Sunter; hon. treasurer, Mr T. Mayo Johnson; hon. secretary, Air A. C. H. Davies. The following were elected to serve on the com- mittee for two years :-Mesno Evan Williams, G. Davies, W. T. Adam" T. Sansem, H. R. Thomas. Mr Joseph Elliott propoaed, and Mr H. Jones seconded, a vote of thanks to the retiring officers and committee, which was suitably responded to by the officers. The PresidenAnnounced that Mr J. J. Cunnah had kindly premised to preside over th« annual dinner, and that Mr R. A. Yerburgh, M.P., and several prominent Chester citizens had promised to be present.