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COUNTY POLICE COURT.

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COUNTY POLICE COURT. SATURDAY —Before Mr. Trelawny, Colonel Miller, and Messrs. J. Pover and T. B. Richard- son. MOVING A PIG.—Charles Newport, farmer, Barrow, was fined 6d. and ordered to pay the costs, 4s. fich, for moving a pig without having the necessarv permit. A FREQUENT OFFENDER.—Lydia Roscoe, of Primrose HiP Ellesrnere Port, who did non appear, was charged with being drunk and dis- orderly. -Slie was fined 10s. and costs.—The Chairman stated that she had been fined 10s. and costs six times and 5s. and costs once for a similar offence. ELLESMERE PORT AGAIN.—Bertha Knight summoned Wilfred Grimes for assault, and Ann Grimes, mother of the other defendant, summoned Bertha Knight for a like offence. The parties live at Sunnyside, Ellesmere Port, and it seemed that they had some unpleasantness, which culminated in some discreditable language and the alleged assaults. The Chairman said the Bench could make very little out of the case and considered one as bad ag the other. They bound each over in £ 5 to keep the peace, and ordered the parties to pay the costs between them. ALLEGED THEFT AT THE STATION.- Agnes Wilson, of Liverpool, was charged with stealing on the previous afternoon a Gladstone bag, valued at 25, the property of the L. and N.-W. Railway Company.—Prisoner pleaded not guilty.— Detective Throstle said that on thet previous after- noon he received information that a Gladstone bag had been stolen from off the platform at the General Railway Station It appeared that a lady named Miss F. M. Butcher was travelling from Glasgow to Colwyn Bay. She got out of the train at Chester and placed the bag in question on the platform, telling a porter to take it to the Colwvn Bay-train A few minutes later the bag disappeared, and on a search being made two railway employes found the bag in possession of the prisoner, who was in a third class compartment of a Birkenhead train. Prisoner was afterwards taken into custody, and on the platform she became very violent, g-ivi .iig one of the inspectors a black eye.-Miss Butcher, at present staying at the Y. W. C A. house, Colwyn Bay, identified the bag, and said she remembered seeing the prisoner on the platform, where she left the bag in charge of the porter.—Prisoner was remanded for a week.

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