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CONNAH'S QUAY PETTY i SESSIONS. I THURSDAY.—Before Mr. J. Watkinson and l Mr. James Reney. THE LATE MR. T. T. KELLY.—After paying a tribute to the memory of our late Queen, re- ported elsewhere, Mr. W^kinson said it was his painful duty to refer to the demise of Mr. T- Kelly, late Clerk of the Peace for Flintshire. The deceased gentleman was well known and highly respected, and they would deeply feel his loss.- Mr. Henry Taylor (Chester), who was present, said he had known Mr. Kelly since boyhood, and he could testify to the late gentleman's many sterling qualities. The late Mr. Kelly was noteit for his excellent tact and sound commonsense, and among his professional friends he would be remembered for many years to come. LICENCE TRANSFERRED.—The licence oi the Miners' Arms, Halkyn, was transferred from Thomas Wellburn to Riohard Jones, a miner, 0» the application of Mr. Henry Taylor. j THE MAGISTRATES IN A LENIENT MOOD.—Catherine Bennett, living at Connab's Quay, was charged with stealing a pair of boots, valued at 9s. 6d., the property of Messrs. Robert Smith, Limited High-street, Connah's Quay.- George F. Mann, the manager, said the woman came into the shop on the 14th of January aD purchased a sheeting. Shortly afterwards the boots (produced), which hung outside the shoP, were missing, and information was given to the police, with the result that Mrs. Bennett WO charged with the theft.—Defendant said she took the boots on trial and meant to return them. Defendant was discharged in consideration of tbe Bang's accession to the throne. ——————— ——————

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