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PETTY SESSIONS. BEFORE E. H. Wain C. P. Morgan, and Thomas Parry, Esqrs. MAINTENANCE. William Howell Pugh, a stonemason, residing at Mold, was charged by the Holywell Poor Law Union, for the maintenance of his three children who are chargable to the union. Mr. P. H. Roberts appeared on behalf of the union. An order was made for Is. 3d. for each child weekly and to pay costs 9s. Samuel Wheldon, of Manchester, was sum- mond in respect of his mother Elizabeth Matti- son, residing at Mold. Mr. G. H. Simon appeared for defendant. Complainant stated that defendant's mother was chargeable to the union and received 5s. a week. Defendant swore that he offered to take his mother to his home but she would not come. An order of 3s. a week was made, and to pay lls. 6d costs. Thomas Lawson, George Lawson, and Peter Lawson, painters, of Poutney, London, were charged by the same complainant for not main- taining their mother Emily Lawson. An order for Is. each weekly was made, and costs, £ 1 0s. 6d. Thomas Evans, timber merchant, was or- dered to pay 3s. a week, in respect of three grand children. Mr. W. H. Churton appeared for the defen- dant. Phillip Dykins, of Birkenhead, was ordered to pay 3s. a week, and costs lis. 6d. in respect of his two children who are chargeable to the union. Mr. J. B. Marston appeared for the defen- dant. LICENSING. Maria Hill, Cross Keys, Mold, was granted a transfer. Edward Roberts, Rose Inn, Tryddyn, was granted a transfer. John Jones, Leeswood Arms, Mold, was granted a transfer. Temporary authority was granted Henry Smith, Vaults, New Street, Mold. THE BLACK LIST P.C. William Gabriel, of Mold, charged John Bennell, of New Brighton, collier, with being drunk and disorderly, on the 6th January. Defendant was fined 2s. and 8s. costs or 7 days. P.C. W. Gabriel summoned Daniel Jones, of Chapel Street, for a similar offence, committed on the 13th February. Defendant did not ap- pear, and a warrant was issued. Sergeant J. D. Hughes, of Leeswood, charged Daniel Parry, John Parry and David Parry, with drunkenness, committed on the 14th Feb- ruary. Defendant David Parry was fined 5s., and 6s. 6d. costs, and John and Daniel were fined 2s. 6d., and 6s. 6d. costs each or 7 days P.C. John Ferguson charged John Williams, of Rhydymwyn, with being drunk and helpless on the 20th Feb. Complainant; locked him up. Defendant was fined Is and 7s. 6d. costs or 7 days. ASSAULT. Joseph Dodd charged Edward Edwards, with assaulting him. Complainant stated she lived at Daisy Hill, defendant lodging next door but one. On Saturday at 6 p.m., he wasgoing home, and saw defendant throwing sods through the window of his lodgings. Defendant hit com-, plainant with a poker disabling his arm. Maria Griffiths stated: Defendant lodges with us. On Saturday, defendant's wife had some words with me. Defendant kicked the door and knocked the window; he hit me on the head with a stone. Robert Davies stated that at 6 30 or 7 p.m., he saw people running. Saw Edwards with a poker he hit Joseph Dodd on the head. He took the poker from the defendant, and he kicked witness wheR-outside. George Griffiths stated Defendant is lodging with us. He tried to burst the door open. I went for the police officer. He hit my wife with stones, and struck Dodd two or three times with the poker, and kicked Davies. P.C. Davies stated that he was sent for at 6 15 on Saturday. He saw the defendant out- side excited. Lilly was hurt and Dodd was bleeding. Defendant was fined 10s. and 9s lOd. costs or 14 days.




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