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. CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.…

DISESTABLISHMENT. 1

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY (to-day), before the Mayor and Mr. John Davies. YOUNG BOYS IN TROUBLE. Thomas Wynne and Thomas Roberts, two young lads from Henllan Street, were charged by Joseph Livingstone with having, on the 30th of December, unlawfully destroyed the insu- lators of the electric telegraph between Den- bigh and Henllan, belonging to the Postmaster General. Frederick Jones, another boy, was summoned for committing a similar offence a week previous. The three defendants pleadedguilty. John Roberts, Henllan Street, said he saw the three defendants throwing stones at the insulators, and breaking them. The relatives of two of the boys said they had punished them severely for what they had done, a belt having been used in each case to administer the chastisement. The Mayor characterised the offence as a most serious one, and asked the relatives whether they would again thrash the boys in the presence of a policeman. The fine would be flo, or in default three months' imprison- ment; and they consented to this course. The costs came to 9s. each but the Bench decided to remit a portion of the cost, reducing it to 5s. each. ANOTHER HENLLAN STREET BRAWL. Ellen Jones, a married woman, residing in Henllan Street, was charged by Jane Jones, a neighbour, with assaulting her on the 8th in- stant. Defendant denied the assault, and said com- plainant had called her names on the previous Saturday night. Complainant then described the assault, and aaid she only wanted peace. The Clerk.- I Have you any witnesses, Jane Jon Ps Complainarit. No sir. They have frightened my witnesses.' Defendant was bound over in the t-um of 95 to keep the peace for six months, her husband being accepted surety. The costs amounted to 7s. 6d.

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THE NORTH HENDRE LEAD MINE.

. RAILWAY OFFICIALS' ANNUAL…

. URBAN COUNCIL.

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WELSH MARKETS.

THE RUTHIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

SLINGS AND ARROWS. 1--l-I..",",-,,-

DENBIGH.