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A WOMAN'S DOWNFALL.—Catherine Morris, of no fixed abode, was brought up at Chester Police Court on Saturday morn- ing, before Mr. J. J. Cunnah and other magistrates, charged with lodging in the open air without visible means of. subsistence, and without giving a good account of herself. A constable gave evidence to the effect that he saw prisoner sleeping in a garden in Bold- square at four o'clock that morning. The Chief Constable said he believed the woman was the wife of a solicitor's clerk who was now in Australia, and everything bad been done for her that could be done. Prisoner pleaded for leniency, and said she would go at once to Llandudno, whence she came, if the magistrates would let her off this time.—She was sent to gaol for seven days.

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