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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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. LITTLE * SUTTON.

. MOLD.

. WHITCHURCH.

. FLINT.

FARNDON.

. INCE.

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. NORTHOP.

. SAUGHALL.

. WREXHAM.

HUXLEY.

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NORTHIFICH. A FARMER BELABOURED.—At Northwich, on Tuesday, Elizabeth Latham, wife of a Moulton salt boiler, was charged with assaulting Clement Proudlove, farmer. The defendant keeps a number of fowls which proved a serious nuisance. To drive them away the farmer struck one with a piece of lime, whereupon the woman violently attacked him. She cut him on the head with a large stone, and seizing a hen by the legs soundly belaboured him.—The Bench characterised the assault as most serious, and imposed a penalty of 35s., or in default one month's imprisonment. CHARGE OF BLINDING A PONY.-At North- wich Petty Sessions, on Tuesday, John Burgess, aged 13, of Winnington's-court, Northwich, was summoned for ill-treating and torturing a colt, and, by throwing stones, destroying one of its eyes, and thereby doing damage to the amount of £ 5.—Mr. Robert Hickson, owner of the animal, which was exceedingly valuable, stated that on the morning of the 4th August he was met by a boy, who informed him that another lad had thrown a stone at his horse and cut out its eye. The veterinary surgeon discovered that the eyeball had been destroyed.—Two boys gave evidence as to seeing the defendant in complainant's field, but as there was no direct evidence to shew that Burgess had done the damage, the case was dismissed.

HAWARDEN.

. FRODSHAM.

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