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OSWESTRY. (Continued from Page 3.) *(,* Our representative in Oswestry is Mr ROBERT AITKEX, Oswald House, Oswald Road, to whom notice should be given of all events required to be reported in the COUXTY TDIEs. CATTLE FAIR.—-At the Smithfield on Wednesday, Messrs. Whitfield and Son sold 287 cattle and calves, and 1012 sheep and pigs. Messrs. Whitfield and Co. had their usual auctions. FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR OSWESTRY.—Margaret Davies, a girl three-and-a-half years of age, resid- ing at Bryngole, Llangedwyn, died on Friday last from burns received nearly a month before. On the 24th April, a brother of the deceased, aged seven, took some matches and went to play in a wood. He set fire to some leaves and the deceased's clothes were ignited. The father hear- ing screams went to the spot and found the clothing in flames. The child was dreadfully burned. BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY.—Before G. Perks, W. H. G. Weaver, R. Lloyd, B. Smith, and J. Jones, Esqrs. TRANSFER.—On the application of Mr William Jac' 8 tie transfer of the license of the Bear's Head Hotel was granted to Mrs England, wife of Mr Jas. England, deceased. KEEPING A TRAP WITHOUT A LICENCE.—John Parry, horse dealer, Oswestry, was charged by Jno. Kennelley, Inland Revenue Officer, with keeping a trap without a license.. Mr Pembridge, excise officer, prosecuted.—The officer stated he saw the defendant driving on 14th March, 1st April, and 9th April. A license Was taken out on 11th May. —The defendant pleaded not guilty, and said he was ignorant of the law.—A fine of 7s 6d and costs was imposed. ASSAULTING HIS DAUGHTER.—Sarah Ann Jones summoned her father, Robert Jones, carter, Beatrice Street, for assault on 6th May. Mr W. H. Bott appeared on behalf of the prosecutrix.—She stated that on the above date the defendant caught her by the throat, struck her on the face, which blackened her eye, and knocked her down.—Eliza- beth Lloyd gave corroborative evidence.—Mr Weaver said he saw the girl, and her appearance was a disgrace to her father.—The accused was fined JE1 and costs, and bound over to keep the peace for six months on his own recognizance. DRUNKENNESS, &c.—The following cases were disposed of:—Elizabeth Jones, a married woman living at Brick Hill, May 6th (P.S. Wildsmith). Fineu Is and 7s 6d costs. John Roberts, Church street, was charged with using obscene languago in Lower Brook street, May 7th (P.S. Wildsmith). Fined 6d and 7s 6d costs.—Lloyd Roberts, rockman (P.S. Francis) drunk on licensed premises. Fined 2s 6d and 7s 6d costs.—Robert Charles, labourer (P.C. Blrton) drunk on licensed premises. Fined Is and 7s 6d costs. A REMOVAL ORDER.—-Mr Edward Davies made an application for an order to have EEza Evans removed from a cottage in Lrighton Place, Oak street. The defendant stated her furniture had all been sold and she was unable to get a house. An order was granted. KEEPING A DOG WITHOUT A LIULNCE. Adeline Conley, fishmonger, Willow street, was charged with keeping a dog without a license. I he officer stated that the defendant had two dogs, and only produced a license for one.- -The case was dis- missed on defendant paving 78 6d costs. OUSTRUCTIXG THE TifOROI GiiH ARP-. Rebecca Pierce was charged by P.S. Francis with obstruct- ing Leg street on 29th A-pri1.The defendant stated that she had loaded and unloaded her cart in the same place for twelve years. The Sergeant stated that the street was completely blocked, and he had to move the horse himself in order to let the others pass.—The case was dismissed with an admonition. £ >■ —

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