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RAILWAY MYSTERY. ———*———

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CITY POLICE COURT. «. THURSDAY.—Before Messrs. F. Bullin, H. R. Bowers, and G. Dutton. YOUNG VAGRANTS. Three youths, named Alfred Brett, Charles Carter, and James Atkinson were charged in custody with lodging in the open air, without visible means of support.—P.C. Hughes stated that at two o'clock that morning he saw prisoners lying across the footway in Seaville-street.-Ques- tioned by the Chief Constable, Brett, the oldest of the three, said he lived at Chester. Carter, aged 17, said he had come from Warrington, and was searching for work; and Atkinson, aged 15, said he had no home. His mother was dead, and he did not know where his father was.—Detective-Inspector Gallagher said Brett was a very bad character, and seldom worked. He bad been before the court 13 times, and a short time ago was sent to prison for two months for theft. Witness was of opinion that the other lads were not safe in Brett's company.—The Bench sent Brett to gaol for a month, and, on the suggestion of the Chief Constable,, the other prisoners were remanded to enable the police to make enquiries respecting them. THE MISSING ONE OF THE ROWDY TRIO.— A youth, named John Williams, living at 14, Milton-street, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly in Hamilton-place on the night of the 28th ult.—P.C. Hughes said defendant was in company with two other lads, who had already been before the court, all walking abreast along North gate-street, behaving in a rowdy manner, shouting and singing, and jostling poople who passed them. They were all drunk. Defendant was the one who escaped when witness pursued them.—Fined 5s. and costs or seven days.

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DEATH OF MRS. HAY-GORDON.…

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A CHESHIRE LANDOWNER A STOWAWAY.…

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THE BURGLARY AT WHITCHURCH…

WEEKLY STATE OF THE CHESTER…

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