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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.âBefore T. G. Dixon, Esq.; Rev. G. A. Butterton, D.D.; W. Pryce Jones, Esq Dr Girdleetone, and T. Ll. Murray Browne, Esq. EXTENSION OF TIME TIB granted to Miss Elliott to keep the "tVestminster Hotel open for the purpose of private balls on the 15th and 16th till 2.30. The license of the Liverpool Arms was transferred from Mrs Amos to Mr J. Lowe. THE ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. George Watson, surrendered to his bail on the oharge of having attempted to commit suioide under circumstances already reported in our columns.-The prisoner having con- sented to pay the cost of the case, he was cautioned by the Chairman. The Bench was willing to believe that he did not seriously intend to commit the foolish act with which he was charged. It was all the result of drink, and they would remind him of what the result of a similar attempt would be. He might have been sent to the sessions for trial, and would no doubt be sentenced to a long term of imprisonment. They would advise him not to act so foolishly again; either to frighten his father or anything else. POACHING PREVENTION. Alun Jones, Strawberry Gardens, and Peter Evans, St Helen's Place, were charged under the above act, the first with being in search of game, and the second with aiding the other to escape.âMr C. W. Bell prosecuted, and stated that both defendants were seen in Ffordd Oriocin, and on land in the occupation of Mr Morris. The offioer watched Jones, and after. wards went up to him to search him, in which duty he was prevented by Evans. Alun Jones, however, said he would give up the gun. He fired off two shots and handed over the gun and flask.-Both men pleaded guilty. âThere was a long list of oonvictions against Jones and Evans, and they were fined £1 and oosts, in default one month's imprison- ment with hard labour. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. William Roberts and William Pritchard,both of Vale Road, were charged byP.C. McKenna, with being drunk and disorderly5 in Vale Road on the 22nd ult. Defendants pleaded guilty, and were fined 5s with 7s costs. CHIMNEY ON FIRE. BlythenJones, Greenbank, was charged with allowing his chimney to get on fire.- Defendant buing ill could not appear,and Mrs Jones attended and said the afflair was an accident, and it was through her it occurred âP.O. Davies having proved the case, a fine of Is with 9s costs was imposed. BREACH OF THE LOCAL ACT. William Jones a young lad 13 years of age, was charged by P.C. W. Johns, with wheeling a truck on the footway, in Queen Street, on the 23rd December.âDefendant admitted the offence, and said he could not wheel the truck through the stones.-P.C. Johns said the lad bad been cautioned before, but the roads were certainly roug-h on the date in question.âInspector McLaren said there were great many com plaints, and the police only wanted to pat a stop to th practice.-The boy promised not to repeat the offence, and was disoharged.1 NO APPEARANCE. Mr Abel Jones, 11,Queen Street, appeared in mswer to a summons charging him with an assault on Herbert M. Oldershaw, the young officer who was fined last week for smashing the windows of No. 11, Queen StreetâThe complainant failed to appear to support the charge.

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