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WHITCHURCH.

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WHITCHURCH. ODDFELLOWS' TREAT. The Oddfellows' juvenile treat was held on Wednesday, when, although the weather was unfavourable, the children enjoyed a splendid tea in the Market Hall, and games, races, &c., were engaged in, while in the evening the Town Band played for dancing, about 50 couples engaging in the amusement. The arrangements were superin- tended by Bros. Corfield, Gorham, and George Wright. Dancing was continued until eleven o'clock. SUPPLYING CHILDREN WITH DRINK. At Whitchurch, on Friday, a girl named Annie Jones, aged eight years, was charged with stealing a pair of stockings, valued 3d., from the Bridgewater Arms. Mr. Kettle, the' landlord, in his evidence stated that he sup- plied the child with half a pint of ale, as he had often done before. The Chairman (Mr. R. P. Ethelston) told Mr. Kettle he had no right to serve such young children, especially when he did not know who sent them. Mr. Kettle said he knew that the girl fetched beer for her father and mother and other persons. The Bench instructed Superintendent Edge to make inquiries, and report to them. The girl's father was bound over in the sum of X10 to produce the child when called upon. 0

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