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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

WELSH FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

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VOLUNTEERS FOR THE WAR.

SLINGS AND ARROWS.

DENBIGH.

STABBING AFFRAY IN HENLLAN…

BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

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BOROUGH POLICE COURT. Friday (to-day), before the Mayor (Mr. A. Lloyd Jones), in the chair, and Mr. Mellard. THE LATE MRS. BOWDAGE. The following letter was read from Mr. T. W. Bowdage: Cotton Hall, January 3rd, 1900. Dear Sir. Your letter conveying such kind sym- pathy and condolence as expressed in the enclosed resolution, has deeply touched me. Will you kindly convey to the Mayor and my brother magistrates my deep sense of appreciation of their kind thought of me, in this my sad bereavement.' DRUNK ON LICENSED PREMISES. John Jones, Wern Ucha, Nantglyn, was summoned by Sergt. Farrell for being drunk at the Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh, on Wednesday, the 27th Dec. Mr. A. O. Evans appeared for the defendant who pleaded not guilty. Sergt. Farrell said that at 9.30 p.m. on the day in question, he found the defendant at the Royal Oak in a helpless state of intoxi- cation, and he was lying there on his back. Cross examined by Mr. Evans, the officer said he had not called any witnesses. He did not lock the man up, because he was taken in charge by a friend, and conveyed home in a trap. Mr. Evans commented on the absence of witnesses on the part of the prosecution, and went on to state that the defendant was a man of most eccentric habits. He would sometimes go away from home for days, and would on other occasions sit on a stool or gate for a whole day, and never say a word to anybody. He (Mr. Evans) con- tended that the man was not drunk, and that he had been summoned because he shouted in the street. P.C. Williams (Nantglyn), said that de- fendant was a man of weak intellect, and had caused his relatives and others great trouble. The defendant denied having been found in the state described by the Sergeant. Replying to Sergt. Farrell, defendant said he had been refused drink at Chaloner's Vaults, but in going in, he had stumbled over a stool, and that probably was the cause of his being refused. r The Bench found the defendant guilty, and fined him Is. and 9s 6d. cost. [The Court is proceeding as we go to press.]

DENBIGHSHIRE AND THE WAR.

♦ COUNTY POLICE COURT.

COUNTY SCHOOL.

Family Notices

WELSH MARKETS.