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COUNTY POLICE COURT. f SATURDAY.—Before Mr. John Thompson (chairman), Col. Evans-Lloyd, Messrs. B. C. Roberts, R. T. Richardson, J. W. Macfie, Jno. M. Frost, W. J. Croydon and A. R. Smith. THEATRICALS AT SAIGHTON.-On the application of Mr. R. T. Morgan, th'j bench grunted a licence for a theatrical performance at Saighton Schools on Deo. 30. Mr. Morgan reminded the bench that ho applied some time ago for a licence operative for a whole year, tho idea being that a series of entertainments wouid have to be given throughout the winter in order to raise funds for the church heating apparatus a.nd other repairs. Subscriptions had been coming in so well, however, that bo thought only on9 more eutertainmuit would be required. FIGHTING.—Two Whitby men, named Goo. Jiackaon and Joseph Price, were summoned for a breach of tho peace on the 7th inst. at EE.es- nrere Port.—P.C. Dignan deposed to seeing de- fendams fighting outside the Conservative Club with their coals off. One gave a wrong name and adcl-ecs, and the other ran away, and sub- sequently threatened witness when found.-Dc- fendants were bound over to keep the peace for six months. IN WANT OF WORK.—Elijah Furber, labourer, Iloole, pleaded guilty to malioiously damaging a holly tree in the grounds of Mrs. Potts, HookJ. Bank.—Prisoner pleaded that he wanted to earn a few coppers for hia wife and child. He had been trying his best to got work and failed.—Defendant was ordered to pay the costs (4s. 6d.).

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