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FRODSHAM.

ACTON.

HAW »IU)EN ! HA'V \ liDE;\;

FLINT. I

RITA BON.

M ALP AS.

NESTON. I

CtflLDEii THORNTON-

I ROSSETT.

CONNAH S QUAY & SHOTTON. j

ALLEGED BURGLARY AT BARROW

DRINK AND PAUPERISM.

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I WHITCHURCH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

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ATTACK ON GAMEKEEPERS.

ANTHRAX AT S Ki A CII. 1

BOARDS OF UUAltDlANS.

A SERGEANTS STORY.

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BKOXTON PET 1 Y SESSIONS.

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BKOXTON PET 1 Y SESSIONS. TU.ESDAY. Belote Air. John Howard, in the chair, Lovd Arthur Grosvenor, Air., G. Barbour, Air. T. L. M. v ernou, Mr. K. O. -Orion, and Ilr- Evaji Langley. WANDERING Afc>ijES-—Alary Elizabeth Lowe, of Agden, was fined 5s. and costs (8s.) for allowing two do-ukeys to stray on December 10th on the highway. THEFT OF RABBiTS.-An Irish labourer named James Riiey was charged with stealing iniae w.ld rabbits, value 7s. 6d., the property oi Waiter Shore, farmer, 'lull iarii, Famdon.— Complainant said he hung ntne ra.bbits in a saied on December 20th. They were there at 2.30 p.m., and he missed them at o p.m. Tne rabbits were worth lOd. ea<;h. Pr.scner had been in his em- ployment eineo December 3rd, and gave notice to leavo on December 26zh. On December 20th pr.saner asked for 3s. due to him. Witness to, d him, he oouid have it when his week's notice was ap.-P.S. Johaiscn, Eccieston, said he traced piisoner to Wrexham. Prisoner told him that he took eight rabbits t,o pay himself in I.eu of his wages which complainant had refused to pay.- Prisoner now stat-ed that he s-cid the eight rabbity ror 6s. He would nor have taken them if Mr. Shore had kept to his buigain lie had agreed on with him (prisoner).—As prisoner had been, in gaidl s'noe Tuesday, .the Magistrates considered thai ho had been punished enough. They dis missed the ease, the Chairman remarking- that Ma-. Shore ought to have paid prisoner's wage. EARLY MORN ING QUA RIIFL.-J:ine Vickers summoned her husband. Thomas Vickers, for assault on December 14tij. Complainant said that at 4 a m. <m the day in question, defendant, who bad just got Kp, came .to her, and tabng- her by the throat, threatened to ,da."h her brain, out. He used bad language to her.—Mr. T. Aloore button, who defended, said the quariel really aro~e about an arm- ehair. It was a paltry affair.-The case was dssmisssed.

FKODSHAM -PETTY SESSIONS,…

EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONS.

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DENBIGHSHIRE EDUCATIO::\ PULICY

SHOCKLACH.

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