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RUTHIN. I

ST. ASAPH.I

RHYL.

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RHYL. IjBCTOM.—The Rev. Hugh Stowell Brown, of Liver- pool, delivered a lecture on rate)- and hia writiHga, at the English Baptist chape), on Thursday evening, the 1st instant. R. Wynne, Esq., presided. Admission free. A collection was made at the dose towards the chapel fund. ExcuMMN FROM CoRWM.—About two thousand people arrived in this town on Thursday morning by a cheap train from Corwen, Gwyddelwern, Derwen, and Ruthin. The weather was exceedingly fine, and the day as happily spent by the excursionists, many of whom we understand were never in view of the sea before. PKTTY SESSIONS, Tuesday, August 30th,—Before Col. Rowley, M.P., T. G. Uixon, Esq., and R. Wynne, Esq. John Edwards, of Rhyl, was fined 2a. and 8s. costs, for oruetty to a donkey at the Hackney carriage stand, on the 8th ult. Edward Jones and Hugh Williams were charged by P.O. Thomas with creating a disturbance in RusseU Road. Case dismissed. Robert Cornet charged William Hanmer with assault- ing him on the 13th ult., at Rhyl. Case dismissed. Sarah Cornet charged William and Mary Hanmer (husband and wife) with an assault, on the same day. Complainant, it appeared, was grievously attacked whilst carrying an infant in her arms, by the defen- dants. The husband was sentenced to one month s imprison- ment, and the wife to 14 days. Neither of them appeared in court, but a warrant was ordered for their apprehension. Mrs. Shiel, a widow, charged Joseph Davief) and Wm. WiDiann with assaulting her on the night of the 17th of July, in Vale-road. \)r'Eyton prosecuted, and Mr. R. W. Williams, de- fended. It transpired that Mrs. Shiel, on the night in ques- tion, had been making mourning at the house of a Mrs. Bland. She left there at 12.30, and was accompanied by a Mr. Perkins, a< far as the railway, where he left her. Afte' she had passed a few yards from the gates, Daviescameuptoher,and wished her good eight," following her down the road to the corner of the lane leading to her house, where be seized her by the waist, and attempted to throw her down. Williams then came over a wal), and taid hold of her by the shoulders, while Davies took hold of her feet. She screamed "murder," and on getting from them, she wellt to the home of a neighbour, viz., Mr. CMhman, to whom she related her trouble. The ease was considered proved, and their worships sentenced Davies to on' mouth's imprisonment, with hard labour, and Williams waa tined i61 12s., including costs A Mr. Hughes was summoned, under the authori.ty of the Rhyl Improvement Commissioners, for throwing dirty water on the streets. Case dismissed on the payment of costs. ZfoMM.—AH the licenses in the town were renewed at this meeting. New licenses was granted to Mr. Os- borne, of the Prince of Wales tavern, Vate.road, and to Mr. Thomas, Windsor Inn, Windsor-street. The pro- prietor of the Britannia Inn, was cautioned, the police having reported the house to be badly conducted on two or three occasions.

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