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Meetings at Rhos and Johnstown


Mr Rhys at Ruabon.

Mr Rhys at Bwlchgwyn.

Mr Rhys heckled at Minera.


Mr Ormsby Gore at Wrexham


Rhos Man's Good Fortune. I




Johnstown Man's Stolen Mare

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M=-- RUABON POLICE COURT, TO-DAY (FRIDAY), before A «i™i, Meg' (in the cbair), Messrs H Dyke Dennis, T R ,!ozea,- j R Pritchard, and Charies Morris. SUNDAY DRINKING CASE. Mrs Francis Evans, licensee of the Sea Ljots Inn, Mountain street, Rhos, was charged with illegally serving drink on Sunday, Jan. 2nd. Mr Bate defended, and Air Marsden proseciited4 The case against defendant was that on Sunday• January 2nd, Sergeant Harris and P C Davies' entered the premises of the Sea Lion Inn, Mono* tain street, and there found three men with drink before them. The names of the men were Samuel Hnghes, Mountain street, Rhos John Valeatiae* High street, Rhoa; and Robert Jones, Bank btreet,. Ponkey. These men were also on the same dence charged with being unlawfully upon licensed premises. For the defence it was statad that Mrs. Ev-apgr, ordered a leg of mutton from Valentine's High street, cn the Saturday. Valentine forgot to deliver the meat that day, and on the Sunday he took the meat to the back door of the Sea Lion/ Mrs Evans admitted Valentine and Robert Joix%~ and Mrs Evans on being asked to supply them with a drink, did so. None of the men paid for the drink supplied. One of the witnesses found on the premises—Samuel Hughes-said he called at tb.' Sea Lion to see a lodger about going to work on the Sunday night. He was there only for about" seven minutes. The'Bonch considered the case proved, and fined I Mrs Evans 10s and costs; and each of the thr«0' other defendants "Were fined 5s and costs. RHOS ASSAULT CASE. Joseph Thomas Jones, Chapel street, Ponkey, was I charged by Jonathan Prydderch, that be, on NeW Year's Day, did assault him by striking him in the face. Defendant was fined Is. and costs. j HUSBAND AND WIFE. Gertrude Alice Powell, Ruabon, charged her has*' band Emmanuel Powell, clay modeller, with persist" ent cruelty, and applied for a maintenance order/ Mr Bate defended and Mr Marsden prosecuted, From the evidence it appeared that the parties were married in Aug 04. and had lived in Aocring" ton; Wigan, Manchester ai.d other places. Th<P complainant said that under no consideration what" ever would she go back and live with her husband*- She was terriffied of him and afraid he would kill her. I Defendant said he had a home ready if his wif0 would be willing to forget the past and live witIV I him again. An order of 5/- a week was made against defend, At the court, a month ago a case Ernest Olifer" Edwards v his wife, was adjourned in order to giTtf Edwards an opportunity of providing a house-tb-W order of the court The defendant was at the last Court summoned by his wife for failing to properJ1 provide for her, and he promised to get a house fi$ to take his wife to. Defendant now appeared saying that he had pro- vided a house and bad thereby iulfilled the order of the court.—The court adjourned the case for another fortnight and advised defendant to install his vriio comfortably in the new home by that time.