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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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BRUTAL OUTRAGE IN CHESTER.…

FIRE AT A UNITARIAN CHAPEL.I

PLOUGH MONDAY IN LONDON.

MILITARY DIVORCE SUIT.

RIGHTS OF A FOREIGN FLAG.

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RIGHTS OF A FOREIGN FLAG. At Birkenhead Albert Gould Thompson, first mate of the American ship J. F. Chapman, now lying in the Great Float, Birkenhead, and John De Costa, shipping agent, Liverpool, have been charged, the first with using abusive and threatening language, and the latter with assaulting a police-constable whilst in the execution of his duty. The police-constable went on board the vessel with a note to the consul's clerk. He saw the clerk, and was about leaving the^vessel, when De Costa said to the first mate, "That is the man who put you and the captain out of court the other day." This was denied. Further words passed, and de Costa than said, If you don't go over the side we'll chuck you over. This is an American ship, with the flag hoisted, and you are not allowed on board her." Do Co3ta then called Thompson, and he came up and said to the officer, Look here, you have no business here. That is our flag, and you are treading on it. If you don't get out I'll chuck you overboard. "-Evidence was called for the de- fence, after which the magistrate said he did not believe the officer was entitled to be on board on that occasion, and, therefore, the summons would be dis- missed.

A HIGHLAND LAIRD AND HIS FACTOR.

SEWAGE POLLUTION.

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B O H IFL W Y D D A-N .

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ALLEGED PERJURY BY A POLICE…

SAVAGE ASSAULT AT ST. ASAPH.I

ST AASPH COUNTY COURT.I

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IBITS FROM BOOKS.

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FLINT, DENBIGH, AND MERIONETH…

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