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BOUNTY MAGISTRATES' COURT. I MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1873. I Before H. W. Meredith, Esq., T. Ll. Fifshogb, Esq., J. H. Foulkes, Esq., and Capt. Griffith. UN £ 0N;CA8ES. Charles Edwards, mason, Rhosdiu, was sum- moned by the guardians of the Wrexha81 iUmon to show cause why he neglected to support his mother, Mary Edwards, who had become charge- able to the union. Mr Bury appeared for the guardians, and called Mr Wright, relieving officer, who proved that defendant was in full work asa mason, and also had property that brought him in 6s. a-wedk. An order was made. Summonses had also been issued against three brothers, Thomas, Joseph, and William Gasquoiue, now living at Kaoloy, who had neglected to support their mother, Margaret GasqaOiae. An agreement was produced in which they promised to pay; 2s. 6d. per week each, and an order to that effect was made. DONKEY STBAYXNG. 1 P? C. Price, Rhos, charged Thomas Wnght, Tanyclawdd, with allowing a donkey to stray on the highway, BefendanVa wife appeared and said the donkey broke ont of the erott. The officer .1 said that he saw it in the road bdore. Fined b. and gs. costs. DRUNKARDS. I P.C. Henshaw charged Wilfiam Edwards, stonemason, Pentre Broughton, with being drunk and using bad language on the highway on the 4th inst. Fined 13su and 8s. costs Mary Pad- dock was charged by P.C. Henshaw with a simi- lar offence committed at the Moss on the 11th inst. Fined 10s. and 63. costs.—Mary Burke, -of Wrexham, was also charged by P.C. Renshaw with being drank and using abasive language at Sammer Hill on the Wednesday previous. Fined 10s. and 8s. costs.—P.C, Lawley charged John Shone with being drunk at LIay on Saturday night, the 11th inst. Defendant denied the offence, bat could not disprove it, and was fined 10s. and 8s. costs. I A GAXE CASB. I Charles Goodwin was chaged by Edward Jones with trespassing in pursuit of game in the Court Wood on the 17th December.—Mr Meredith and Mr Fitzhugh retired.—John Edwards proved the case. He said he saw the defendant take a snare up off the ground, and when he asked him what he was doing there he went away. Defendant said he knew nothing ef the case, he was not there at all. In reply to the Court, he said he had no wit- nesses to prove this, so he was fined 10s. and 89. costs. I THURSDAY.—Before H. W. Meredith. Esq. I I CHARGE OF RAPE. I Thomas Williams, collier, Rhos, was charged by P.O. Jones, Rhos, with committing a rape upon St rah Davies, the wife of Richard Davies, collier, Rhos. Prisoner lodged with Richard Davies, and committed the offence on Wednesday morning in the absence of the husband. The police were sent for and prisoner, who acknowledged the offence, was taken into custody.—Committed to take his trial at the assizes.

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