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FLINT COUNTY COUNCIL.

RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS. THE RECOVERY OF COSTS. This court was held on TWeday, before Messrs J. H. Ellia (chaatncMm), T. D. Jones and JoJm PVisiiston. EXTENSION OF LICENCE. Mr E. B. Sco-it, oa behiailf of the PaJou.E and Ho ted Co., Ltd., applied foe- an extension of the bobe.1 Liosnoo tall ccie ..m. cm the occasion od a dinner to the Post Office staff on Boxing Night. He explained that the e,aff would not be abJe to as»erm-ble before ten p.m., owing to the pressure of work at tha,t time of too yeeir. The application was grabbed. For the Rhyd Ladies' Golf (lut) ball on JaanTiury 13tih, at the Queen's Hotel, an ex- tensiooi tilil 2.30 waa granted. Mr Scott again appeswed for the Applioanta I-LICE RECOVERY OF COSTS. A kn.gt.hy circular letter was reed from the Hocro Sectreitaj-y on the subject of tb,3 com- mittal in dtrfauilt of costs, in which he pointed out th-at justices should take into acicoomt a man's means and the mature of the ofieaice with which he was charged wkai deal- ing with, the question of recovering costs. Mr 01-i-s said hia thought the circular was vex-y good, and tlijat that court had alwave, actled in aeoocrdanee with the spirit of it. W Tlie Clerk said that many times the Bonch had remitted paj-t or whole cstt;, owin- to the circumstances of the defendant. ° At times, however, the practice of the theory eet forth in the oii~cula.r was verv diirieuilt. In a œre that day in which the Town Clerk appilkd for process agaiaist a docikey diriver iLaniusd James Pwry, aged 17 yeaais, who wa.s fined 2e 6d and 88 costs for touting in August last the defendant had shown no gratitude at all for the lenience extended to him by the Bench. It speared now to have become a queetkxn of the youth's COmmdttwt-nt or tOO w^DBSttg out of the casa from the Looks of the court, in which event the whoilo pro- oecdi-iijgis wm be converted into a fiaeco. After furtbesr daecussipon the Beach ad- journed the tappiicMkna eiae die. Am applicatioai was made by Bofaoctive- Seargeant Owen, of the railway police, for the costs of cart-in witnetages in the oa&e reoantJy heard in -which a young- womain iiiaaned Jenaiangs was seot to pnecm for ccdeavoujcing to obtAi moeusj frccn tie Railway Company by fraud. It was left to the Clark to interview Mr S. Peris (chairman, of the Beaach before whom the defendant was tried) on the subject. It was poivaed out that, etriotly speaiia*, aa a^jp^ioatkm a that kimd coiid oaiy be made by a soiucitor, And while cxMMeratkig to hoa.r him on this occasion tOO Scotch eautioaoed him agai««t trospafstng OIl tlie prceectes of the loca profaesieo ia the R.

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