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CLOSE OF THE DEE SALMON SEASON.…

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CITY POLICE COURT. + WEDNESDAY.—Before Drs. Stolterfoth and Roberts, Messrs. Charles Brown, J. G. Frost, and L. Gilbert. TRANSFERS.—The following licences were transferred: Flint Boat House, John Maddocks; Old Queen's Head, Wm. Price; Royal Oak, Boughton, Geo. Wm. Farrell. Mr. F. B. Mason appeared for the several applicants. A transfer of the licence was granted of the Grotto, Bridge- street row, occupied by Vernon McAlindon, Mr. H. G. Hope appearing for the applicant. SATURDAY.—Before Dr. Stolterfoth and Alder- man L. Gilbert. LICENSING.—On the application of Mr. W. H. Churton authority was granted to Mrs. Edward Henderson to sell at the Cornwall Arms, Cornwall-street. MONDAY.—Before Messrs. F. Bullin, G. Dutton, and H. Churton. A ROWDY TRIO: WHEN LONDON SLEEPS.— A youth, named George Price, residing at 5, Gaol Fields, was summoned on a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Hamilton-place, Northgate-street, on Saturday night.—P.C. Arthur Hughes, who proved the case, said defendant was in company with two other lads. They were all walkivg abreast in Northgate- street, shouting and singing, and hustling people who passed them. Defendant was the worst of the three.—In his defence, defendant called John Cross as a witness. This youth admitted he was one of the three, but denied that defendant was drunk.—The Clerk I sup- pose you came here this morning in fear of being summoned? (Laughter.)—Witness (ex- citedly) Oh, no, I was the only quiet one of the lot. (Renewed laughter.) They were singing, but I wasn't.—Mr. Fenwick: What were they singing ?—Witness: Let me see—oh, it was When London is fast asleep.' (Laugh- ter.)—The Bench fined defendant 5s. and costs, or seven days. DAMAGE.—Henry Melia, Steammill street, was summoned by Michael Gallagher for damaging a door and window of prosecutor's house, to the amount of 3s. 6d.-Defendant was fined 2s. 6d. and costs, and had to pay the amount of the damage.

NESTON PETTY SESSIONS. +

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CHESTER BOARD OF GUARDIANS.…

BROXTON PETTY SESSIONS.

AUCTION SALES. ♦

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CO-OPERATORS & THE DRINK TRAFFIC.…

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A FISHERMAN'S PROTEST.

'LEST WE FORGET.'

CHESTER FISHERMEN AND THE…

THE SCARCITY OF DEE SALMON.

HOBBY HORSE MUSIC AT MALPAS.

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TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION IN CHESHIRE.…

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