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FRODSHAM. HARVEST PROSPECTS. The weather, un- fortunately, having been for the last fortnight very unsettled with occasional thunderstorms, farmers about this neighbourhood have ex- perienced the utmost difficulty in scheming to get their corn in, although, on the whole, the majority has been safely, if not well, harvested. The yield of wheat and oats generally, it is thought, will not fall far short, if any, of the average, though the quality has in many cases deteriorated, owing to the inclemency of the weather during the harvesting season, while there is said to be a fair amount of straw. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr. C. Reynolds and other magistrates.—Summons for Threats: Alice Dutton summoned James Rimmer Atkinson for using threats to her at Frodsham on the 28th July. Both parties live at Frodsham.-Mr. F. Turner, solicitor, Chester, who appeared for complainant, said at the last court defendant was bound over to keep the peace, and the same night he went to his client's house with a knife in his hand in a drunken state, and shouted and threatened to cut complainant up. The man was desperate, and repeated his threat about a week ago.—Com- plainant bore out this statement, and witnesses supported the case.—Defendant made a direct denial of the charge, saying the affair was all spite. On the occasion in question he was using the knife for the purpose of cutting his tobacco. Defendant called Frederick Booth, who swore the man used no threats.—The Bench dismissed the case.

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