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SATURDAY'S POLICE COURTI PROCEEDINGS.

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SATURDAY'S POLICE COURT I PROCEEDINGS. Before the Mayor (Mr E A Tornour), Messrs E T Jones and T J Williams. I A LIVBLY 501924B BY A lfOTBD CH&RAOTBR. rglKG PBOFAXE LANGUAGE. Polioe-oonstable Lewis, Trsfsant, sum- moned Anne Hughes, Denbigh (Anns Csirk), with using profane language is High- atr«*t, on the 25 th October. Defendant: Yes, I did sir; towards my Lnn^nn/] V»n 4- T tin /Iviwlr UUBH#MU, !»«• A lAG. &.IV"aa.. Fined 2s 64 and eosts, or in default 7 days. The above tilM. should have been heard on Friday. The defendant, however, appeared ;n court, and from some or other the became u;aluiy, btiag in drink, with tha I result that she was put out of court until her .rid came on, but whilat out in Hall-square, tin beetme Tllry disorderly, with the result that she was locked up i. the cell. She had not boon in the cell loag, where she waa continually screaming, when she took of her boot and smashed 6 panes of glass of the loek.up window. She was then taken out of the ooll and conveyed in a bas to the Love- lane look-up. When the time oame for the hearing ef her case the Superintendent said that she was not fit to be brought up, so the case waa adjourned until Saturday morning. She was now charged by Polioe-oonstable Lewis with being drank and disorderly'iu Ball-square, on Friday, November 4th. In answer to this charge she said I had a drop of whiskey from some woman, and I don't know what was ia it." She was fined 5s and oosts, or in default 14 days. She was also further oharged by Sergt Farrell whb unlawfully damaging the window of the Police Station, 6 panes of glass being broken in all. Defendant: I don't remember, sir; but it is through the drink. Sergt Farrell said he saw the defendant break the windows with her boot, which she had takon off. lathis ease the was fined 5a, 7s 6d costs, and 4s 6d for damage done to window, or in default 14 day. Defendant: I have DO money, eir. Will you allow me time to pay ? My sister promisee to help me. The Mayor: Uutil two elelosk. The whole ef the fines, &e., amounted to J2, and in default the went tegaol for five weeks. DRUIX: AKD DISOBBBKLT AKD DA.MA.9IXft TROUSBRC, THE PROPMTY OF tHE COUUTI OF DENBIGH. I Polioe-oonstable Thomas Williams, Nant- glyn, summoned David Jones, Henllaa-street, with being drunk and disorderly in Highgate I OÐ November 4th. Polioe-eonstable Williams said that about five p.ra, his attention was called to the de- fendant and another man, who were fighting. The other man would be brought forward at the next court. Defendant was also further charged with maliciously damaging a pair of trousers, tbe property ef the Couni, of Denbigh. Police-constable Williams said that the defendant was like a madman. He shewed to the magistratee the out across the knee of his trousers, done by the defendrat, and also said that defendant had cut his (the officer's) knee, but he was not bringing the defendant up for asaanlt. He claimed 10s 6d for the damage done to the troneers. Defendant was fined in the first case II 6d and 7a 6d costs, and in the seoond case he was fined 6a and Te 6d oosts and 10s 6d damage, the whole amounting to il 13s, or in default 21 aays—sevon days in the first case and fourteen slays in the latter. Difeadant, with permission, paid .£1, the other 13t te he paid in a week's time.

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