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PETTY SESSIONS.

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PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.—Before Mr. P. B. Davies-Cooke (chairman), Mr. B E. Phillips, Mr. T. D. Cooke, and Mr. E. H. Wain. INTOXICATION.. P.C. Gabriel summoned William Fish, carter, for drunkenness. The officer stated that on the 11th uIt, defendant was in charge of two horses and a cart in Hig¡ Street. He left the harsas in the road and went into the Dolphin Hotel, "vhere wit- ness followed him, arid fonnd the man too drunk to tell where he was going. [Fined 5s. and costs. TIME EXTENSION. Miss Scott, landlady of the Black LinD Hotel, High Street, obtained an extension of closing time for the 10th February. POACHING. Philip Dykins, whose poaching proclivi j ties often get him into trouble, appeared before the magistrates on a charge of poaching on the Gwysaney estate. The Chairman and his son, Mr. Tatton Cooke, did not adjudicate. G. B. Thomas, gamekeeper on the estate, proved to seeing defendant on land called Tyddyn Ucha, Rhydymwyn, on the 24th ult., at a quarter to one p.m. He saw him pick- ing up wires and rabbits. When defendant saw witness, he threw a rabbit and wire into the hedge. Witness went up to him and took defendant to show where the rabbit was. He found it with the wire round its neck. He told defendant he should summon him. and he replied he did not care. In answer to the bench the defendant said he did not deny the offence, but pleaded poverty and necessity. He was ordered to pay 30s., or 3 weeks in default.

I MADAME ADAMS' CONCERT.

LLANRWST.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE…

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