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RHYL. A TROUBLESOME PASSENGER.—Ticket Collector Hugh Roberts, of the Rhyl station, recounted to. the Rhyl Bench on Saturday his experience with Moses Williams, joiner, St. Asaph, who made his twenty-eighth appear- ance before the magistrates. Williams arrived at Rhyl station an hour and a half before the departure of the train. As he was drunk, Roberts refused to allow him to go 0-11 the plat- form, and the man left. H-e returned a few minutes later, and wit-bout a word aimed a blow at the collector. Roberts promptly closed with him and both men fell to the ground. While struggling together Williams not only struck Roberts but bit him in the cheek and on the neck. For being drunk Williams was fined 2-s. 6d. and costs, and for the assault he was given one month's hard labour.

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