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THE DEE MUSSEL FISHERY. ■♦

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COUNTY POLICE COURT. ♦

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COUNTY POLICE COURT. ♦ SATURDAY.—Before Messrs. H. D. Trelawny, J. Thompson, J. Pover, and J. Davies. BREACH OF THE PEACE.—Amos Lawton and Ralph Jackson Jones were summoned at the instance of P.C. Wright, for creating a breach of the peace at Little Mollington, on the night of August 21st. The officer stated that he was on duty on the Parkgate road near Little Mollington, at midnight on the evening in question, and came across the two men, who were fighting. He separated them, and sent them home.—Lawton stated that Jones accompanied him and two friends for about a quarter of a mile, and when the two friends went away Jones struck witness in the eye, and in self-defence he returned the compliment.—Defendants were bound over in their own recognisances of L5 to keep the peace, and were ordered to pay the costs.— A summons was heard, in which Jones was charged with assaulting Lawton, and after evidence had been given by the prosecutor and a man named Samuel Spruce, who was present at the time, the case was dismissed.

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MOLD PETTY SESSIONS. ♦-

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DEATH OF MRS. HAY-GORDON.…

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A CHESHIRE LANDOWNER A STOWAWAY.…

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