The Circulation of the [ Cambria Daily I Leader I, is Larger than the combined sale of all f the Evening Journals I $old in Swansea.
NO SOCIALISTS. I Neath Demoted Artec's I Resolution. I At a meeting of the Neeth branch of the National Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers and Sailors, held on Monday night, it was decided that, having regard to the rocent demon- stration disturbances at Neath, to ask all those members and officials who held ex- treme Socialist: and Labour views to re- sign. It was unanimously decided to invite Col. Edwards-Vaughan, Rheola, to be- come president. Mr. Seymour was re- elected secretary in order that he may devote the whole of his time to the in- terests of the Federation of Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers and Sailors.
FREE ￼ i 1 "LEADER" FLIGHTS. TI-1E "Cambria Daily Leader" has arranged! with the local representa-! tive of the Avro Company to secure 40 FREE B—t—————W—«■—— FLIGHTS For its Readers. The First ? a ? T?< t ?. Ten Flights are fixed for Monday Next I Full particulars I will be given in To-morrow s "Leader." I »
IMPOUNDED CATTLE. II Jy:!gr Si.t in Aberavon Allotment Case. I At Abcravon on Tuesday Judge Eloyd Morgan, K.C., delivered a written judg- ment to Deputy Judge A. J. David, K.C., I in a re-pievin action heard at the Juno court, which aroused considerable interest in the district, especially amongst the al- lotment holders. The case was one in which Wm Thomas, butcher, of Water- street, Aberavon, sued Wm. Beecham and 15 others in respect of a number of cattle. Defendants cultivated a number of plots and in March last found about 40 cattle I playing in the allotment, and a consid- erable amount of damage had been caused j to the plots. The allotment-holders im- pounded the cattle. Plantiff paid £ ]f);t for their return, but now claimed part of the money. The main point in the case was whether the allotments had been I sufficiently fenced. I Judgment was given for plaintiff for S23 4s. 6d., the damages for ilegally impound- I ing, with costs. The staying of exCou- I tioned was remanded pending appeal.
I MARRIED AT 17. I w.»k-. ■ ■ • I Young Couple's Tiff Ends in Police Court. I T-he whole point as far as we can See it is this. We have lived long enough with your mother, and now you must have a dose and come to live with my mother remarked Mr. J. Evan Rowlands, who ap- peared for the complainant in a case of alleged desertion at Swansea Police Court on Tuesday. Florence Headdon sum- moned her husband, -William George Trevor Headdon. a shunter, and Mr. Hy. Thompson appeared for the man. It was stated that the parties were mar- ried at the Swansea Registry Office about ]5 months ago, when they were 17 years of afire Mr. Thompson said his client was de- sirous of "making it-up" again. The Chairman (Mr. J. W. Jones) told them to try and get rooms apart from their mothers and be happy by themselves. Addressing the wife, the Chairman asked, "How long were you courting?"—- Eighteen months, sir." And I suppose you were an angel then. and so was he." (Laughter.) To the two parties the Chairman re- marked, ".Now just you use a little com- mon-sense. Courting eighteen months, and then separating after fifteen months. It's so silly. Just make it up and go back to the happiness of your courting days! On the suggestion of the Bench both parties, with their solicitors, retired to an adjacent room to talk things over, and upon their return Mr. Rowlanrls s'nld that a satisfactory arrangement had been comc to. The Bench therefore adjourned thP i ciisp. for one month- J
THOSE HOUSES. Some Causes of of Delay Swansea Position The inability to make a start with the actual provision or houses at Swansea con- tinues, the latest source ot worry and <iis- appointment to the chairman 01 Lile ii.ousmg Committee bellig the delay in receiving tuts iuinisuy 01 ixcaiurs assou. to the Town Hill tenders which have been accepted, in lace ut the overwhelm- ing need, Aid. Moiyneux has taken the course ot communicating with the Hous- ing Commissioner for wales, urging him to do his utmost, with the Ministry, Eveu to re-commence the incomplete roads and sewers work without its approval, much as those locally in charge would like to do it. would present several diihculties. MODIFICATIONS. With Cardiff's little schemo the diffi- culty bas arisen that the Ministry sug- gests reduction in height of rooms and uality of finish, estimated to reduce cost by 1:89 per house. The chief complaint at the Housing Co mini tee's meeting there on Monday seems to have been at the in- ferior houses that would result. A less cost than S800 per house (the average which the accepted Swansea tender gives). lB, of course, eminently desirable, and some similar recommendation may be expected in regard to Town Hill. But if they are forthcoming, still further delay consequent upon the alteration of specih- cations, etc., may be expected, and with a consequent still dimner prospect of get- ting much solid work accomplished before the rainy season arrives.
U.S. TROOPS FOR PORTE Interesting Rumour in Paris. PARIS, Tuesday. According to the Chicago "Tribune" (Paris edition) rumours that an Ameri- can division is to be embarked for Con- stantinople in the course of a week were heard in unusually well informed circles at the Hotel Carlton last night. If this is proved to be true, it means that the United States have definitely undertaken the mandate for America.—Exchange.
I KNOCKED DOWN. Child Injured in Resolven Motor Accident. An accident occurred at Reeolven on Sunday evening, when a little girl nan" d ,Cerie,wpn Edwards 676, Ntafai road, Resolven, was knocked down by a motor car outside the Aber Tinplate Works, while in the act of crossing the road, sustaining concussion of the brain. She was not taken to the Swansea Hos- pital until Tuesday. She was detained.
WELSH CHURCH BILL. Disestablish Measure Committee. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MonAy. The House" went into Committee on the L Welsh Church t,Temporaiitie>s) bill. Mr. Shortt moved an amendment that the ex.peases of carrying the Act. into execu- tion should be borne between the property to be transferred to the University or Wales and the &everal county councils in proportion to the value oi the property fiO transferred to them respectively. The amendruent wag agreed to. On Clause 3 (jL'rovisions relating to commutation), Sir D. and Southern, L.) moved an amendment to sub-section 2, which provides for the payment out ot moneys to be provided by Parliament to the Welsh Comnustioners of a sum due to the Representative iioiiy under the scheme of commutation. He proposed that the money should be ad- vanced by way of loan repayable in 195(1, trgulag that it was wrong to use public moneys in order to adjust the arrange- ment arrived at between the Welsh mem- bers and the Church and also between the Welsh councils and the Welsh Commis- sioners. Mr. Shortt understood the proposal to weait that the money was to be repaid by the Welsh county councils. The amend- ment. he said, would keep opsin for 40 ytars the old dispute as to who was res- ponsible for the payment of the million pounds. The amendment was rejected.
I STOKER AWARD. I Swansea Builders' and Deco- r .ors' Claim for Wages. of builders and ic,.ri were the respondents at the Swansea Police Court on Tu-seday, when tevcrai men: made claims for wages. The cases were: George Arthur Jones against J. B. Edwards, decorator, for X2 (is. lid.; James Jilliott aga 'n5' Phillips, Austin and Son, decorators, for .£2 9s. Old.; Thomas Wil- cox against Messrs. Lloyd Bros., builders, for .£2 lis. 8d.; William Henry Jones againy. Samuel Marqmvss, decorator, for S2 6s. tid.; Edward Lewis against Messrs. Pugsley and Son, decorators, for X2 6s. 4<1. Frederick Butler against J. Marquiss, decorator, for XLI 6s. 4kl.; Thomas G. Hoare against J. and P. Weaver, builders, for £ 2 6s. fid.; William Beddoes against Rees Price and Co., decorajiors, for < £ 2 68. Oid.; and R. Davies against Ben Evans and Co., Ltd., for £ 2 6s. 41d.-1r, J. Evan Rowlands ap- peared for the claimants, and Mr. C. II. Newcombe for the respondents. Mr. Rowlands said the claims were made under the Stoker Award of Septem- ber, 1917, and the Committee on Produc- tion Award of July, 1918. (Proceeding).
ITALY AND EX-KAISER. Rome, Monday (received Tuesday).— Exception is taken by a leading member of the Parliamentary Commission study- ing the Peace Treaty to the proposed trial of the Kaiser as against inter- national law, though there is no sym- patbr for Wilhelm. Italy will neverthe- less sign, but will enter, its protest against fliia clause.—Press Association War Special,
TO DAY SPACING. Meetings at Nottingham! and Folkestone. I NOTTINGHAM. j I ? n-OXTOS SELLING PLATE of 150 tove. i/owe's ISACHEDOjiXE. a 6-7 liemplem;Lil -1 Mr Montagu's PAKTY THDCij, 3 o-~ W beatley 2 Maj Weyland's SIMON'S C'KAPl. 3 7-10 i Alsopp t Mr peaoock's IIALIUU.ND2. 3 7-2.itoteii £ >ou T ) i)cad-heat tor third place. Off at 2.0. Trainer: Lü\\e. Betuui;. 2 to 1 Nachctiome. y to 4 ilarty Truce, b to 1 Hahuunde. 6 to I 4tmou e Crate Won by a neck; tour lengths. 2 30-ROBÙ HOUD l!AiDE? PLATE 0': jI 2 1C6 S0?6. ??VJ i un01J£,s. iitr Portniau s jjiiOKE F, b-7.Childs 1 Lu iia.rewood s C?i??TA?iMi, 8-7.A tim.tn ? ?r ?a.ria.udc ASHbEDE tt-7 U Coliiut; ? j Also ran. Grey Plover c (?ladc). Un? J? j Serwra y(Saxby), Deuce of Clubs (Kobbirs) t Oourtrieid (Wing}, Mode i W. Unggo.1, *Neiia- patoba (Wheatley J. Lent Lily (Lane, ltaliau L,uwn (F Tern pieman;, iiarceiine i^pearj, Bar- ley Fiour (Fox). Off at 2M. Trainer. E. DaNNson Betting: 5 to 4 on Jane S hore, 5 to 2 âar. ofcline 100 to 6 Grey Plover. 20 to i others. ( Won by three-parts: half. O n-FELAa TUCK ?ELLI?G FLATE of 3.0 150 govs. S?v?n furiong&. i jlr J B Joel's 81RIAN 6 8-11 Fox 1 Mr Aklridge's COCKSURE 4 8-il F Tempieman 2 Mai Jobnwn's STRAY PARK. 6 9-0..Smith 5 Off at 3.2. Trainer: Morton. FOLKESTONE. 1.30—WESTENHANGER SELLING PLATE of 200 soys.—One mile and a quarter. I M." Court s SALvTLY MAUDE. 5 3-9 Cooper i Mat V Misa's MA PETITE 3 7-11 SpecK 2 Mr Peacock's HILLEIUCA Y 3 7-11.Piper i Off at 1.30. Trainer: Young'. Betting: 11 to 10 o.i Ma Petite, 6 to 4 agst Saintly Maud 8 tol Biilejicay. j Won by a length and a half; four lengths. 2.0—DEAL TWO-YEAR-OLD SELLING PLATE of 200 sovs.— Five furlongs. Mr W huy s MAROON". 8-11 Fitton 1 Ld Wilton's OUTCAST. 9-0, Leader 2 Mr Boweu's CLARlLAY 0. 9-0 Smyth 3 Also ran: Rivenhalp (Knight), Scottifer (Lane). Off at 2.0 Trairer: Robson. Betting. 11 to 8 on Outcast 5 to 2 agst Cicrilaw, 8 to 1 Maroon 10 to 1 ohters. Won by three-parts; length 2.30—SALTWOOD TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATL. of 100 sovs.—Five furlong Ledy Torrington's FLOWED DAY. 8-4 Donughue 1 Maj Murray's LADY GRA VEAIRS F, 8-4 R Cooper 2 Mr Dixon's POLETRAP. 7-11 A Balding 3 Off at 2.32. Trained privately. Betting; 11 to 8 on Lady Graveairs, 6 to 4 as-st Flower Day, 20 to 1 Poletra-p. won by six lengths; same. 3.0—CIJvQUE PORTS WELTER HANDICAP of 200 sovs.—Five furlongs. Ld Glanely'e SOMERSET LASSIE. 3 8-7 R Cooper ? J Sharp's STARHEEN, a 8_13. j Ilis ? Mr Kno?Ies's ALL FEATHERS ? 7-0 K Pieott 3 Also ran: Vivat Rex fG. Hulme). Ñ..ilL Holt (E. Piper). Momette (A Sni* vtb). Pio- Tuoter (J. Hine) Off at 3.2. Trainer. Baker., Mi the Oolwicik Selling Plate at Nottire- ham on Monday. Sportboy's price ehould be 6 to 1, not to 7.
TO-DAY'S CRICKET. SOMERSET v. ilSEX. Played at Weston-supoir-Mare. auMLKSLT.— Itot Inu. D. Rippon, c and b Mjr. Douglas 18 (Jonsidine, b iljr. Douglas 0 A. 8. Ripun, b Douglas 6t Mciiryon, run out 12 Bi-auild, b Reeves 41 Robson, c Morris, b Douglas 5 Daniel, b Red 5 P. P. Aope, b Treldlin 15 J. C. White, c AlcGahey,b Douglas 35 H. Gihhs, c .Mciialiev, b Dougias il Uridges, not out sj) Extras 14 Total. 379 ESSEX.—1st Inn. H. M. Morris, c Robson, b White 3 Russell, c Braurd, b White 8J McKay, c Rippon, b White 21 Dixon, b Bndges g Giiligan, c Daniel, b fi b Bridges 9 Freeman, c Dani-ell, b White 32 J. Douglas, not out. 50 C. H. Douglas, not out 33 Extras 13 Total (for 8 wkts.) 209 AHMPSHIRE v. K-NT. Played at Bournemouth. KENT.—1st Inn. Johnston, c Jameson, b Kennedy 0 Harding, Ibrw, b Kyan. 11 Seymour, c Mead, b Kennedy 41 I Woolley, c Jameson, b Kennedy. 134 liedgte, st. Brown, b McDolleel1. 28 lIump-brey, b Kennedy 20 Hubble, c Newcombe, b Melle 39 Bickmore, c liarrison, b Melle 0 Day, c Brown, b Kennedy 68 Fairservice, c Ryan, b Mead 31 1'reeman? not out 4 Extras 3 Total 379 liAMi'hillRE.—let Inn. j Brown, c Humphrys, b Woolley. 0 Islierwood, c Freeman, b Woolley 7 Mead, not cut 24 Kennedy, b Freeman 4 Melle, b Freeman J2 Newcoailie, c Humphries,b Five- Juan 0 Tennyson, b Freeman 10 Harrison, c Bickmore,b Freeman S Jameson, b J'reeman 0 McDonell. h Freeman 0 Extras j, Total. 153 j HAMPSHIRE—2nd Inn. Melle, not out 9 j Tennyson, c Humphreys, b Free- i man 9 Brown, b Freeman fJ Snell, c Woolley, b Humphreys. 26 Mead, not out 35 Extras 4 j Total (for 3 wkts.) 74 j NOTTS v. SUSSEX. i Played at Hngham. NOTTS.—sit Inn- Lee c Williams, b Roberts 3 j G. Gunn, !bw, b Roberts 51 J. Gunn, b Roberts 10d A. W. Carr, c Relf, b Cox 112 Hardstaffe, lbw., b A. Relf 15 Payton, not Out 68 W. Flint, not out 7 Extras 18 Total (for 5 wkts.) 374 Innings declared. SUSSEX.-Ist Inn. j R. Relf, c Oate.% b Barrett | Vine. st. Dates, b Riciii;ionfl 18
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WELSH BOWLS SIDE. At the conclusion of tlie England v. Wales international bowls match, held on Monday, the committee of the Welsh As- sociation made the following selection to represent Wales against Scotland on Thursday next at C'wmdonkin :-Skips, E. Hill (Dyfatty), H. Williams. W. Morgans and D. Parry (Pantvgwydr); 3rds, T. Weaver (Manselton), E. Williams (Bryn- ixja-d), H. Tregonning (St. Gabriel's), and F. Reed (Pantygwvdr): 2nds. R. Jenkins (Dyfattv), Watts Jones (Brvn-road), T. Kintrdon (Pantvgwydr), and D. H. James (Uplands-; lsts, S. Bennett (Dyfatty). Bob Rees (Brynmill), n. Jone, (Mansel- ton), and H. Thomas (Cvrmd-">nkin). Re- serve?: E. Jones, T. Morgan and T.Wales
I;" i DIRECT ACTION. ¡ I I To-day s 0- Meeting in London. LONDON, Tuesday. |V A specially convened meeting of the I V Triple Alliance is being lieia to-day at f F. "Unity House, th-e object, ot which Ls to r discuss the whole labour situation, and tlie attitude of the workers towarus direct I action. Among those attending ihe pieet- mg are Mr. Robert Smilne, Frank Hodges, Ç. T. Cramp, J. li. Thomas, jtl.P., Harry Gosling, Robert WiliiaiiicD, > W. Brace, M.P., and J. Sexton, M.l' .— J Exchange. CuwFERENCE ADJOURNED. I LONDON, Tuesday. A full conference oi the Triple Alliance met on Tuesday at Unity House, Ixmdon, and considered the reply oi Mr. Churchill to the question of conscription and mili- tary intervention in Russia, and military intervention in trade union disputes. After a full debate the conference ad- journed until seven o'clock on Tuesday evening.—Exchange.
SH-IPPING COMPANY. Ptrt TaU: "t Rumour of a New Local Firm. It is understood that a shipping com- pany is being floated at Port Talbot, and I will be registered shortly. Several promi- nent business men are interested. This, of course, is the first local ship- I ping company to be formed.
DEN I KEN'S SUCCESS. I Two Crack Bolshevik Divi- sions Shattered. LONDON, Tuesday. The War Office announces: Further details as to General Denniker's success as a result the capture of the important town of Kenisken. The total capture included 1,000 prisoners, 60 guns, 150 machine-guns, and an enonrious amount of material. Two crack Bol- shevik divisions were completely chat- tered.-Ilrec,s Association.
PARKMSLL ROAD. Measures to Lessen the Dust and Nuisance. At the Gower Rural District Council meeting on Tuesday a report was sub- mitted respecting the dust on the Park- mill rnad. Dr. Morton said something should be done at once as the conditions were detrimental to the health of the people. The dust was rising in clouds tiuii gjing into the houses. Mr. D. Davies (Three Crosses), proposed the spraying of the roads with tar. Tar 6praying was cheaper, he said, than brushing and watering. Another proposition was made that the Bpraying should be deferred until next spring, and in the meantime the roads be brushed and watered. This was agreed to. GERMAN FIELD GUN. The offer of a German field gun by the War Office was .accepted by the Council. A vote of thanks was accorded to Lieut.- Col. Helme for the assistance he had ren- dered in obtaining the gun. The gun was captured by the 15tll Welsh, and will be placed in the grounds of Penmaen Work- house. WATER SHORTAGE. ine question of water supply at Horton was referred to the Parish Council.
TRAVELLERS CONFER. l" S;1 criptiors and Federation Adopted. At the United Kingdom Commercial Travellers' Association's annual confer- ence at Dublin, in the City Hall, the local delegates were Mr. H. Bishop, of Neath (chairman of the Swansea branch), Messrs. .1. R. James (treasurer) and A. Munday (charities secretary). Several items of con- siderable interest concerning the future of the association were dealt with, as was the question of federating most of the associations in the country for national objects. This movement was initiated by an ex-president, Mr. R. Ferguson, of Liver- pool, who has worked very hard for the achievement of this object. The principle of uniform subscriptions -with uniform benefits was adopted, and a recommendation given to the Council to draw out a scheme and report to the branches at the earliest possible date. Mr. W. Fintllater, president for the yeny, advised delegates not to dabble in Irish politics, or to attempt to write a book on them when they returned home. The conference will always be a memor- able one for the magnificent collection to- wards the various charities of the associa- tion, the splendid amount of je6,335 being announced, and it was anticipated the grand total of A:7,000 would be the final result.
SWANSEA IN LONDON. Messrs R. E. Jones' New Hotel. t A double-paged supplement to the cur- rent number of The Building News depicts the large imposing and ornate uew hotel and restaurant to be erected in the Strand, London, for Messrs. R. E. Jones, Ltd., of Swansea, of which Sir Charles T. Ruthen, F.R.I.B.A., is the architect. The site is now occupied by Terry's Theatre. The facade between the ground and second floor levels will consist úf grey unpolished granite, the large open- ings being lifted with specially-designed metal frames. Above the second floor ler-el white Carrara will be used, with bronze bases and capitals to the columis sind pilasters. The general scheme pro- vides for the liberal use of wrought iron work in balustrading and balconies. A fine marble restaurant is to be proviled in the basement, ground floor and i la-t floor, and the second floor is to 'am ¡ the reception rooms and other accomo- 1 dation for hotel residents. The i pper :floors are to contain several hundred lAo- Tooms, which, together with bathroom and lavatory accommodation, 'ill be iitted upon most modern and sumptuow lines. A large roof cafe and music room is also to. be provided, and it is intended j +0 make this one of the great features of ♦iiis new hoW-
ROYAL HOTEL FIRE. I Cinema Thrill in Real Life. A sensational fire brcke out at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, on Monday after- noon, when huge crowds watched an ex- soldier rescue a girl who had been isolated by the lfames. The man whose heroism thrilled the crowds in St Mary-st., and Wood-st., was Walter C'eall, Winnie Jones, one of the maids, was cut off by the five in her bedroom at the top of the building-90ft. above the pavement—and Cleail, amidst intense excitement, made his way along a bat- oony and then a narrow ledge to the | girl's window and guided her back along I this perilous path to safety. j The fire, thanks to the untiring efforts of the Cardiff hire Brigade and police, was confined to the top of the building I and the roof, and by eight o'clock the flames were subdued and the situation II well in hand. The damage will probably run into five figures.
SWANS' NE -W COACH. I Jock Nicholas Appointed. I The evergreen and popular J acl I Nicholas has been re-engaged by the I Swansea Town directors, this time as coach. The appointment will give satis- j I faction to all who know Jack," and be will be undoubtedly a grat acquisition in his new capacity. Readers, of course, will not confuse the appointment with that of Mr. Edwards, the trainer.
SIR ALFRED MONO. Tributes to His Speech I Before Society of Architects.. The current number of The Build- ing News and Engineering Journal has the following notable tribute to Sir Alfred Mend's recent speech to the Society of Architects, and of the First Commis- sioner of Works* fitness for the position I of Ministe- of Fine Arts:- "REAL AND CULTURED APPRECIA- TION." H The enjoyable gathering at the Restaurant Frascati, enhanced. as it was by the informative and gracefully phrased speech of Sir Alfred Mond, the First Com- missioner of Works, was, we are encour- aged to hope, the first of many red-letter days for architecture and architects. First of all, because fn the past i £ has not been our good fortune, when brought into contact with Ministers of the Crown, to l'sten to such real and cultured appre- ciation of architecture and architects, the extent and sincerity of which was evi- dcnced by its interludes of friendly ad- vice and welcome en(,,ouragr-neii, Do mortuis nil nisi bonum,' and we there- fore will not even name a former First Commissioner of Works whose brutal contempt for art, and all who worked for it, was as notorious as his vulgar insol- ence to his Sovereign, which John Bniglri so sternly rebuked at a well-remembered, public meeting. Even to-day there are some of us who remember how that gen- tleman helped to harass one of the great- est of us of his time into bis grave, and thankfully contrasted the charm of man- ner and hearty appreciation of our aims which permeated Sir A Ifri (I Molid\s speech froni beginning to end with the diatribes we should have to wince under if. liber- ated by some power of evil, he had been spirited for half an hour into Sir Alfred's chair. "THE BEST POSSIBlE- » J u It has been many times said that if I we could only have archangels for em- perors, then an autocracy would be the j best possible form of government. We have no hesitation in declaring that if we I could keep Sir Alfred Mond as First ) Coinm.iss:oner of Works for the next ten years ho would make the be-it possible Minister of Fine Arts, and might with real benefit combine the two functions. That he may remain where he is, and more power o him, to inculcate some of his less-eiRtured colleagues with the genns of his'own good disposition towards us ;s, perhaps, the best we can hope for. Bui our to Sir Alfred Mond by no mns centre round hi's own goodwill to His visfc was most auspiciously synchronous with the revival of the desire for un;ty amongst ourselves, which after all is the most fundamental guarantee of our fitness, and herefore of our right to the better esteem and more complete confidence of the puhlic."
I TO-DAY'S RACING, Sivian. If C 71 3.30 il" olkesiono): Trciicb War- fare 1, Moyglare 2. Bachelor's Dance I-all. Betting: G to J Trench Warfare. tNouinghrui: S'catwell I. Green room 2. 3.-Six Tan. Jktt¡;lg; oj t:} -I "'t;V .4> .p- =:T" 5"
H. L. Wilson, c and b Richmond 18 A Relf, c G. Gunn, b Barrett 24 Tate, c W. Flint, b Barrett 30 Gilligan, c Barrett, b Richmond 1 Cox, b Barrett 15 Harris, b Richmond 3 Williams, c Oates, b Barrett 10 liar ben, not out 5 Roberts, b Richmond 7 Extras 21 Total. 165 SUSSEX.—2nd Inn. R. Relf, c. Oates, b Barrett 3 Vine, c B Flint, b W. Flint 5 Wilson, lbw., b G. Gunn 21 A Relf. not out 36 Tate, c Carr, b Barrett 1 Total (for 4 wkts.) 67 SURREY v. YORKSHIRE. Piava^ the Oval. Total. 324 \oKKSHIRE-—1st Inn. Holmes, c Ducat, b Crawford 79 Suteliffe, c Reach, b Rushby 28 Denton, f Crawford, b Hitch 59 Rhodes, c Strudwiek, b Hitch 0 Hirst, b Hitch 4 Burton, lbw., b Rushby 21 Kilner, c and b Crawford 25 Robinson, c Knight, b Crawford if; Wilson, run out 4 Dolpphin, c Peach, b Rushby 1 Waddington, not out 0 Extras Ii Total SURREY.-2nd Inn. Hobbs, c Denton, b Robinson 35 Xnight, not out 2S Ducat, not Out 6 Extras 1 Total (for 1 wkt.) 70