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TAKEN mm IN A GARROW. At the Pembroke Dock Police Court on Tneeda.y, the name of that wcll-knqvm local character Martha John, of n, Mili- tary-road, P";in:ir, was called, and Martha hobhlxl into court leaning on a rather ancient- looking, umbrella, to answer to a charge of being drunk and incapable in Cross Pa.rk on the previous day. The Clerk read the charge in a voice suitable to the occasion, and Martha re- plied: "Very sorry, sonny; I had two glasses of port over tlife New Year." P.C. Reee said that on the day in ques- tion he saw thp defendant lying on the I ground at Cross Park. He aroused, her up, and found that she was too drunk to etand. He was forced to borrow a wheelbarrow and take her home. She thought that she was being driven homo AJQ a motor car," added the witness. You never k no wed about my sprained foot," said the defendant. Where did yon take me from, scnA-F ?-Cross Park. Defendant (to Supt. Thomas): Suppose you had a foot like that (exposing a shapely ankle to the vulgar gaze). Supt. Thomas (critically); A very pretty foot. Defendant: And 73 years of age too. She was fined 10s. Defendant: Va-ami-, you, my honey.

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