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EXTENSION OF THE CHESTER BOUNDARIES.…

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COUNTY POLICE COURT. —0-

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COUNTY POLICE COURT. — 0 SATURI)AY.- -Before Messrs. H. D. Trelawny, B. C. Roberts, J. Pover, and J. Davies. AN ITINERARY CLOCK REPAIRER IN TROUBLE. —Thomas Warraoley, travelling watch and clock repairer, Holt, WfU charged in custody with committing larceny as a bailee. Detective- Inspector Pearson "ked for a remand for a week, as by that time there would likely be other charges preferred against prisoner.— Thomas Worrall, Canghall, stated that pri- soner called cm him on the 29th April, and took away a gold watch to repair, after returning a silver watch which he had been attending to. He had seen neither the prisoner nor the watch since.-P.C. Pode received pritoner into custody from Altrrscham, with the watch in his possession. Prisoner gave the officer a pawn ticket for another watch, which was redeemed, and which it seemed was the property of g, person from Broxton.-Warmsley was remanded for a week. YOBTHFUL SOJOURNERS FROM HOME.—John Thomas Faulkner and Join Gleaves, two small boys, aged 13 and 12 respectively, appeared in. answer to a charge of sleeping out. The- parents of the children stated that the boys were often rambling away from home, and on this occasion the eldest one, who was quite, beyond the control of his pareats, had actually been absent about a week. The young wan- derers were bound over in their parents' recognisances to come up for judgment when called upon.

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