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A TRAVELLING HAWKER IN TROUBLE.

A COUNTY COURT OFFICIAL ASSAULTED.

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A COUNTY COURT OFFICIAL ASSAULTED. James DavidFrancklin, Llandudno, was charged with assaulting David Roberts, County Court bailiff, whilst in the execution of his duty.—Mr E. W. Johnson (Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson) prosecuted. David Roberts said that he attempt- ed to serve the defendant with a summons at his office, where he was denied to him. On seeing him come out from the office, the witness followed him and served him at his house. Subsequently, at the railway-station, the defendant raised his fist to the witness, and used abusive language. The witness would have been struck had he not drawn back.—Arthur Wright corroborated.—The defendant said that at the station he had com- plained to the bailiff of the way in which he had served the summons, but he (the defendant) had not raised his fist. The Bench inflicted a fine of 2s 6d and costs. A GYFFIN ASSAULT CASE. Mary Ellen Jones v. Hannah Jones.—This was a charge of assault, by a married woman living at Gyffin, against her married sister-in-law.—Mr E. W. Johnson appeared for the complainant, and Mr J. T. Williams (Conway) for the defendant.— The complainant gave evidence as to having used provocative language, and as to having been then followed into her house and assaulted by the defendant.—She and the defendant had married two brothers. Under cross-examination, the witness said that, when the defendant was follow- ing her, she (the witness) snatched up earth and pebbles, and threw the n at the defendant. That was before the defendant assaulted her, by pulling her hair and her dress.-Antiie Williams corro- borated.—-For the defence, the first witness was William John Jones, who said that the complainant tried to strike the defendant with a bone which a dog had been gnawing. The defendant then followed the complainant into her house, and then the parties pulled each other's hair until separated. —Jane Pemberton gave corroborative evidence.— The Bench dismissed the case, and bound over the defendant, in the sum of L5, to keep the peace for six months.

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