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CARNARVONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL…

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THE FLINTSHIRE BAPTIST UNION.

PETTY SESSIONS.

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PETTY SESSIONS. Monday.—Before Messrs. E. H. Wain, B. E. Phillips, and W. Catherall. LICENSING. Alfred Jones was granted temporary au- thority to sell at the White Horse, Cilcen., HELPLESSLY DRUNK. Joseph Clifford, hawker, was summoned for drunkenness. Sergeant Langdon stated that the defendant was so drunk at Buckley, on the 10th inst., that he had to lock him up. Defen- dant was in charge of a horse and cart. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs. ALLEGED DAMAGE TO A CLOCK. W. Baker, a young man residing in Maesydre, summoned his stepfather, Thomas Larkin, Hen- ffordd, for malicious damages to a clock, valued at £ 2 2s. Mr. G- H. Simon was for the defendant. The complainant stated that the defendant was his stepfather. Some years ago, he (wit. ness) bought a clock which he left in his mother's house. He afterwards gave the de- fendant the use of the clock until he got an. other one. J. Baker, defendant's brother, stated he heard the clock falling one morning, and when he came downstairs it was broken on the kit- chen floor. Larkin and another man had gone out of the house. After the smash, the defen- dant came to witness and. said to him, I Now fetch your brother to take the clock away.' The case was adjourned for further evidence.

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