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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. NEWTOWN POLICE COURT,— MONDAY. Before Richard Lloyd, Esq. LOCAL POLICE COURTS. NEWTOWN POLICE COURT,— MONDAY. Before Richard Lloyd, Esq. THB BUBGLARY AT THB ROTAL WBLSH WABI- HOUSK Riohard Archibald Dougle was brought up remand charged on suspicion with breakin^ mto x.1 u WoraKnuaA on August 5th.—JF.v. uavies, Berriew, proved receiving the prisoner at Bradford, *nd conveying him to Newtewn. Witness stated £ »t when he read the warrant over to prisoner he •aid That is not me, I am not gmlty. On the way to Newtown prisoner told witness that he had not been in Newtown for nearly t^o year^-P^ Tanner applied for a remand aDd stated that ithere was another person suspected of breaking in the warehouse, and had not yet been apprehended.-On being: asked whether he had any objection tobeing remanded for eight days, prisoner fawl that he had BO objection at all.—The prisoner was then remanded -for eight days. WELSHPOOL,—TUESDAY Before S. Powell. Esq. eph ABSCONDING FROM THE WoRKHousB.-Joaeph Morris, Nottingham, labourer, was broughtup m custody by P.S. Humphreys, and charged by John Powell, porter of Forden Union, with from the Workhouse and refusing to work. Sen- tenced to 14 days' hard labour. LLANDYSILIO,—FBIDAY Before Capt. Mytton and T. Pryoe, Esq. DRUNKENNESS.—Bichard Jones, Burgedin, was charged with this offence at the Horse Shoe Inn, Cefnjcoed, on August 29. P.C.fLewis in support of the charge, and defendant, who waa not Dresent, was fined 10s, including ooets. PERMITTING DRUNKENNESS.—William Thomas, landlord of the Horse Shoe Inn, Cefnycoed, was charged with permitting drunkenness. The case •rose out of the previous one. Mr Pugh (Messrs Minshalls and Parry-Jones, 0iwe8try),defended.^ F 0. Lewis gave evidence in support of the charge. Mr Pagh said this was a serious case for h«C'i«nt. This Jones was going about with a cider mill. Mid he came to the house of defendant extremely tired, and thus it was he fell asleep. The landlord did not know the man was asleep. and ha.ppened to come in just before the constable.-Capt. Mytton Mid the serving of people while under /ivinV mmt KB stoDDed. Defendant would be fined &h and costs, and the licenao would be endorsed. LLANFYLLIN ,-TuESDAY. Before T. Jones (mayor), and C. B. Jones, Esqrs. DRINK.—John Davies, who was charged by P.S. Meredith with being drunk and disorderly on Sept. 23, was fined 10s including costs. SCHOOL CASE-Margaret Jones was charged by Mr D. Lloyd, school attendance officer, with neg ect- ing to send her son to school, and the case was ad- journed for inquiries to be made as to the provision of a home for the child. PROFANITY.—Joseph Williams, for using profane language in the streets on Sept. 7, was, on the testi. mony of P.C. Parry, ordered to pay the costs. ASSAULT.—Elizabeth Griffiths charged her husband Hugh Griffiths, with assaulting her on September 17. Before the case wa. called on, the Magistrates Clerk cUr Pughe) endeavoured to effect a reconciliation, and it was understood the oomplainant refused to come to terms, stating she desired a separation order. —Complainant said defendant on the day referred to threw her on her face in the fire, which burnt her in three places. She could live with him no longer.-In cross-examination by defendant, complainant ad- mitted having scratched him, but not ant" he had thrown her in the fire.—Defendant told the B«nch he Jjad tried to settle the case, but his wife would not ogree.-F.S. Meredith said both husband and wife bore traces of having been in a squabble. and said defendant seemed to hare had the worst of "-—He thought there was fault on both stdee.—The Bench thought it waa a shame that such a case should have been brought before the Court, and they would net antertain the idea of granting a separation believing I there was fault on both sides.—Defendant was Donna OTer in Q5 to keep the peace for six months.





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