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PitlMKOSE LEAflUK MEETING…

BODFOB STRBEl'.

THE BOUNDARIES QUESTION.

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KNGLISH WKSLRYAN CHAPEL.

PuINT OF AïR.

LLANASA.

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PctESTATYN PETTY SESSIONS.…

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PctESTATYN PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.âBefore T. LI. Murray Browne, Esq., (in the chair), and Llewelyn Llnyd, Esq., M.A. DRUNK AJ(D DISORDERLY. Qar^nwy O. shoemaker, Llana^a. was charged by P. C. Walters with being drunk and disorderly in the vil age of Llanasa on the 24th of January.âDefendant waa fined 6d., and 8s. 6d costs. KEEPING A DOG WITHOUT A UCKNCK. David ropies, Tiecasteli, Dyserth, was summoned at the instance of the excise authorities,for keeping a dog without a license. Mr A Purdon prosecuted. Defendant did not put in an appearance and a warrant was issued for bis apprenhension. GAME TRESPASS. John Roberts, Llanasa, waa charged on the in- formation of Joseph Runyard, game keeper. to Mr Reynold-4, Talacre, with trespaaxing on land in pursuit of game.âDefendant pleaded guilty and wa" fined 5s. and 7s. costs, time being allowed for payment. OFFENCE UNDER THE EDUCATIONAL ACT. T'loma* Lloyd, Long Acre, Dyserth, was fined 58 including costs for neglecting to send his child to school. TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET. Price Jows, cattle dealer, Pensarn, was charged by Mr Carr, station -maister, Rhyl, with travelling on the railway from Pensarn to Rhyl, without having previously paid the fare.âMr K. M. Pres. tou prosecuted, and Mr Edward Roberts defended Defendant was found guilty and find f2 and costs.âA further charge of trespassing on the railway was dismissed oo a technical objection I rai«ed DV Mr Roberts relative to the publication of 4LIk

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ST. ASAPH.

Family Notices

THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

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WELSH DISTRICT NBWS.

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