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MOLD. AN EXPENSIVE PAUPER.—At the County Hall on Saturday, before Messrs. Thomas Parry and H. Lloyd Jones, John Jones, labourer, late of Broughton Workhouse, was charged with absconding from the Broughton Workhouse and taking with him a suit of clothes belonging to the Hawarden Union. Mr. Horace A. Smith (clerk to the Guardians) appeared to prosecute. —Geo. Roberts, master of the workhouse, stated that the defendant was admitted on the 4th January, 1895. On the 4th of May last he went to look for the defendant who was to take his discharge, but he had disappeared, taking with him the suit of workhouse clothes he had been furnished with. Subsequently witness discovered that the boiler of which defendant had had charge was considerably damaged.— P.S. Hughes (Coed Talon) proved the appre- hension of the defendant at Wrexham on the 12th inst. He was then wearing the trousers and boots belonging to the workhouse, and the coat was afterwards recovered at the house of his daughter at Gwersyllt.—The defendant, who denied damaging the boiler, but admitted taking the clothes, was sentenced to one calendar month's imprisonment with hard labour.

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. CONNAH'S QllAY.

. WREXHAM.

. BUCKLEY.

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