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BUILTH WELLSJPOLICE COWT

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BUILTH WELLSJPOLICE COWT MONDAY.—Before Messrs C. W. Wooenam (in the chair), T. Pugh, and Gilbert Eadie, Edwin Thorne, King's Head lane, Builth Wells, hawker, was charged with using threat- ening and abusive langaage. Ssrgt G. Davies stated that he went to King's Head lane about 1116 p.m. on August 13tb, and found, ou approaching the house where defendant resided, a crowd of people. The front door of defendant's house was open, and be beard defendant using threatening and abusive language. The Chairman Was it so that it drew the crowd ? Witness: Yes. Proceeding, witness said that he went into the house and requested defendant to keep quiet. In reply defendant exclaimed that he did not care for him or anyone else. Uulti- mately defendant went to bed. Witness bad never heard, during the whole of his experi. ence, such language from the mouth of a man. He continued using bad language for baif an hour. Defendant said that be was a bit excited. His wife was upstairs crying because their «on bad just gone to the front. Defendant told his wife that others bad gone, but there were still hundreds who ought to go. Sergt Davies inquired what was the matter, and be said nothing. The Chairman wished defendant to nnder- stand that the language be used should not take place in Builth Wells. A fine of 7s. 6d. was imposed.

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