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THE DEE ESTATES.

ACTION AGAINST A CHESTER LADY.

ISLE OF MAN MINING COMPANY.

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ALLEGED WOUNDING AT TARVIN…

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ALLEGED WOUNDING AT TARVIN WORKHOUSE. SERIOUS RESULT. At the Chester Castle Petty Sessions on Saturday, before Mr. H. D. Trelawny and other nagistrates, Thomas Williams, an inmate of the Farvin Union Workhouse, was brought up on emand charged with unlawfully wounding fohn Ledsham, a plasterer, residing in Elandbridge.-Dr. Guy Beatty, of North- wich, deposed to attending the injured man. rhe wound was not serious, but might have been much more so.—The Master of bhe house said prisoner was subject to epileptic fits, and was somewhat weak in his mind. He was of a very morose nature, and some time ago he threw an iron bar at a work- house official, and also a brick at another person. He was very dangerous at times.- P.C. Poole deposed that prisoner, when charged, said I didn't mean to hit him on the head, I meant to hit him on the back."—Prisoner was committed to the Quarter Sessions for trial.

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