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MANCHESTER.

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DENBIGH.

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DENBIGH. BOROUGH POLICE COURT, TUESDAY, 27TH.- Before the mayor (Councillor J. Harrison Jones), Mr William Morris and Mr T J. Williams. Digging. —John Lane, who said he came from Keswick, Cumberland, was charged by P S. Jones, with begging on Sunday last. The prisoner, who was an inoffensive looking fellow wept all through the court, and pleaded hard for being let off, but the magistrates sentenced him to seven days' imprisonment with hard labour. larceny.—Owen Roberts and Thomas Pudle- bury, two young lads about 14 years of age, were charged with stealing a quantity of horse hair weighing about 10 pounds, and worth about 10s the property of John Edgar, game-dealer. Both boys pleaded guilty in the court, and wished that the case should be disposed of by the magistrates and not sent to the sessions to be tried before a jury. The mayor in passing sentence severely dwelt on the conduct of the boys, saying it was very serious that boys of their age should be guilty "of such an offence. He hoped that this would be a warning to them both in future to be more honest, and to avoid bad company. Owen Roberts was sentenced to 10 days' imprisonment and then to be sent to a reformatory school for a turn of 3 years. Thomas Pendlebury was sentenced to 10 days' imprisonment. Mr Holeate the employer of Pendlebury, came to the court and gave the lad a very good character COUNTY POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY Before Major Mainwarinsr, Captain Humber- stone, Oliver Burton, Esq., and Dr Tumour. Tresspassing. Walter Davies, Ty Newydd wa fined 10s and costs, for tresspassing in search of game. He pleaded guilty to the charge —The same person was charged by J. BurnetT game- keeper, with taking two traps, being the property of a Mr Lister. The defendant was represented in this case by Mr John Symmonds Jones. The defence was that somebody might have changed the traps, after they were taken from the field by Mr Humphreys's son, and that other people had interfered with the traps. The magistrates decided that the case had been proved, and fined tbe defendant £ 1 and costs.

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