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WAYSIDE JOTTINGS. [By WAYFARER]. One would have supposed that the warning that Bagillt Sunday drinkers got two or three months ago would have a deterrent effect on the fraternity. But if the information given the other day is correct, Sunday drinking at Bagillt is still rampant. It is nothing, my in. formant tells me, to see half a dozen heavily under the influence of drink on Sunday; and they do not constitute themselves bona fide' travellers to obtain their I lubrication.' The police officer in charge of the village cannot be held responsible for this state of things. He is well known, and a keen watch is set upon his movements. If one or two strange officers in plain clothes were told off for special duty on one or two Sundays, probably some salutory results would follow. The Flint 'milk case,' is assuming a new phase. Fully believing that he has been wrong- fully convicted, the defendant declines to pay the penalty inflicted by the borough justices. On Thursday a distraint was effected upon a horse, and I understand the defendant will allow the animal to go to public sale-before he will pay, Rightly or wrongly he thinks that he id fighting, not only his own battles, but that of all dairymen and farmers as well. That being so his farming neighbours, wilJ perhaps, see that the brunt of the fray will not entirely fall upon his shoulders.

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