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Endorsement of License.

Endorsement of Licenses.

General Buller in the Dock.j

More Drunks.

Fighting in the Street. I

Leaving His Cart om the Street.

Horse Straying 00 the H-igbw'ay.…

i The Children's Charter,

Smoking in the Mine.!

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Assault.

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Assault. William Williams, Robert I.lyweiyn, and. 1 Thomas Hughes, were summoned for as-! sauiting Moses Beecham,. Mr W. Kenshole I appeared for the defendants. Complainant said he went to the New Inn f Stable; while he was there Williams came in. and was asked to leave. He wept away. and came back and assaulted him amd, as witness was. trying to get away, the two other defendants, and others, assaulted him. 'I Cros,-examined: He did not know Wil- liarns before; nor had' he any quarel wiL, him. He sent for a lad named1 Phillips, to come a->d give evidence, and; he said Wil- htn.-ke h:n', Ht- had: mad1' cn- xi\, s; In d sf t "'s n-itne-«.t- Ho d!i], n,u1 ha1 g Phi 1 \\Üh str.;kip};! him. Phillips depied doing so. That was j I on the, Monday. He said1 tie. was one of the j gang. He was only certain, of Williams. He did not offer not to summon Phillips, if he gave evidence against; Hughes and! I.'vw- ehm. He saw"1 PO one go into- the: urinal. He diid. not use vile1 language to- Williams. He ¡ did! not push him nor strike him. I Mrs. Mary Richards, 8, High street, said I she was, passinig by when Wiliaipls; rap into Mis. Saunders' shop, and called Bob Lkw- elym out, and! handed him hiis hat, ami called thie rest out. William's then rushed at Mr Beecham, and struck him repeatedi Llyvv,elym picked up Mr Beecham;, and was going to knock hirm, but someone stopped him. amd, Llywelym ran a wav. Cross-examined Lly welym d^.d pick up the complainant. She saw1 Hughes do; nothing. Josiah Williams, who was in, W. Sa.mueik j shop, corroborated as to! Williams calling Llyiwelyn afrod the rest out of the shop. Daniel O'Leary, who was in the stable wtih Mr Be-echam. corroborated. He Tv cognised Hughes and Williams, j Cross-examined: There had been no quarel. Mr Beecham; was quite sober, j Theirc was another lad', in the stable. Mr Beecham. did not push Williams out. neither did he go' out of the stable- at all. Mrs Harriet Beechami, complainant s wir e, ) said; that when O'Leary came in, she ran out, amd1 saw Williams kick her husband. She called out, "I know1 you"; and he Tried to; strike her. Sergeant Lewis gave evidence. j William Williams, one of the defendants, j gave, evidence, and said that hei had: net seem Beecham; before, apd was nict drunk. ,cc nor ever been; drunk. He had a blow' on, trie | nose from something hard in the hand of the landlord. b Thomas Hughes, another of the diefendL amts, gave, evidence, which corroborated with j W- Williams's evidence. Also, Robert j Llewelyn-, Thomas Phillips, 2 Dover pla ;01,1 gave evidence on' behalf of the dtefemd'ants. j Williams was fined 30s, or a month the I other two defemdamts, ios.

Endorsement of License.

Alleged Assault. *

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