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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE CONTEST.

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NEWMARKET MEETING.—TUESDAY.

LANARK MEETING.—TUESDAY.

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AUTUMN WHEAT MANURING.

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AUCTION SALES. 0

FLINT.

BUCKLEY.

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THE SOUTH 'CHESHIRE.

WHITCHURCH.

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NORTHWICH.I

CREWE.

WREXHAM.

CAERGWRLE.

NANTWICH.

HUXLEY.

NEW FERRY.

FRODSHAM.

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FRODSHAM. DISTURBANCE AT THE CHESHIRE CHEESE.— At the Police Court on Monday morning, before Messrs. Charles Reynolds and John Occleston, Samuel Youd, labourer, was charged with being drunk and disorderly and refusing to quit the licensed premises of Elizabeth Youd, Cheshire Cheese Inn, Frodsham, on Saturday night, and also with assaulting P.C. Price while in the discharge of his duties. Prisoner pleaded guilty to the first offence, and not guilty to the second.-P.C. Price, in evidence, said that hearing a noise about eight o'clock on Saturday night in the Cheshire Cheese, he went in and found prisoner with his hat and coat off wanting to fight anyone. He requested him to go out, and, on his refusal, he put him out, whereupon Youd gave him a severe blow on his left ear, and struck him several times on the breast. He also refused to call his dog away when attacking him. He was obliged to get the help of Thomas Youd, prisoner's brother, and together they brought him to the police station.—Thomas Youd corroborated this evidence when called upon.—Prisoner was fined 5s. and costs, or seven days' hard labour, for the first offence, and 10s. and costs, or 14 days' hard labour, for the second. Costs-21s. 4d. in all-were at once paid.

MALPAS.

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