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NORTHWICH. A WINSFORD MAN'S ESCAPADE.-At North- wich, on Saturday, Samuel Taylor a well-known Winsford butcher, was charged in custody with being drunk and assaulting the police. Constable Cope stated that at 1 a.m. he found the prisoner lying asleep in Apple Market Street. When roused he violently struck the officer in the chest, kicked him on the thigh, and threw him to the ground. The officer blew his whistle, help arrived, and Taylor was with difficulty lodged in the cells. A fine of 21s. was imposed. AFTER THE • TEMPERANCE FUNERAL.'—At the police court, on Monday, John Cox, labourer, was charged under warrant with brutally assaulting his wife. Prosecutrix stated that on Saturday she went with her husband to a temperance funeral at a temperance house.* When the last rites had been performed prisoner commenced to drink spirits. They returned home by train, and on the way he beat her about the head and face, and caused blood to I flow freely. He continued drinking the same evening, and, on going to bed, he knelt upon her, struck her repeatedly about the nose, and attempted to strangle her. She escaped from the house, and sought the assistance of the police. Prisoner said he had been teetotal for nine years, but bis wife's bad conduct had driven him to drink. She robbed him, she pawned his things, she drank, and had attempted to commit suicide. They had been married thirty years, and his life was wretched. The bench advised the prisoner to again take the pledge. He promised to do so, and was bound over to keep the peace and ordered to pay the costs.

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