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FRODSHAM.

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RITA BON.

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NESTON. I

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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.

FKODSHAM -PETTY SESSIONS,…

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FKODSHAM PETTY SESSIONS, j WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr. A. Them.-is, Air. T. Woodward, and Mr. H. P. Mortmer. A LAME MARE.—Edwin Alderman, Kings- ley, and hie son, Saiiiue4 Chanels Alderman, Frodsham, were summoned for ill-ti-o-ttiig a maro at Frodsham on Novem ber 27th, by work- mg it in an imtit state.—inspector Gibson, of the R.S.P.C.A., Warrington, said e saw a man d'riv- mg a. piedoald mare .n Main-street, Frodsham. She was very lame in the off foreleg. It had a badly strained tendon. When the horse had been standing a few minutes, it could scarcely mova. He afterwards saw both defendants, and they admitted that the ma.re was larne.-P.S. Bratt oormbora"D,-fen.daut-s- called evidence to shew that the horse was only slightly lame, and that it had been worked mcstJy on the land.— Edwin Alderman was fined 20s. and costs, and Samuel Alderman had to pay the costs CYCLISTS ON F 0 OTP A T H S.—Th c m Rogers, Henry Limbert, and Herbert W. Ycud were eaoh fired 5s. for r dinsr a blevclp on tbo footpath a't Helsby on December 19th BRUTAL STEP-FATHER.—Joseph Faulkner, residing at the Weaver Tavern, Frods'ham was summoned for assaulting his etep-da-ughter, Ahoe Edge. Mr. H. N. Lmaker appeared for the prosecut.on.—Oompla.nant said that en Moncav evening as she was passing from the bar to the k: toe en, defendant struck her in the face. He received no provocation.—Defendant, who did not appetr, was fined 10s. and 10s. 6d. costs.—Joseph Faulkner was also summoned for persistent cruelty to his wife, in consequence of which a separation order was applied for.—Mr. H. N. Linakor, who wa-s for the prosecution, said the parties were married en Mnv 23rd. 1893 A v.- r later he began to ill-ireat ber 'nd he- had Von tnued this conduct until the present time. He had struck her and threatened her repeatedly. Complainant said she WiiS licensee of the Weaver Ta\ern. Naming several acts of cruelty, s he said he struck her on one occasion in tho face bruising it and blacking her eyes. About 12 months ago. defendant turned her ard her daughter into the street kite at night, and struck her severely on the nead. On Monday, defendant threatened to kill her, and she had had to leave the house..—Robert Looth. i-rodshtrii Lordship, deposed to prevent- ing defendant from striking his wife one day in Juii,Wiilia.m Owen corroborated complainant as to the occasion when defendant turned her out of ti.e house.—A separation order for 7s 6d a week was granted and defendart was ordered to pay £ 1 12s. 6d costs.

EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONS.

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DENBIGHSHIRE EDUCATIO::\ PULICY

SHOCKLACH.

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