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. COUNTY COURT.

. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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. PETTY SESSIONS.

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PETTY SESSIONS. Monday.—Before Dr. Easterby (in the chair), Dr. Davies, Messrs. Peter Roberts,R. C. Enyon, and T. Howes Roberts. LICENSING. On the application of Mr. John A. Lloyd,, an extension of two hours was granted to Mr. Huntington of the Plough Hotel, on the occa- sion of the annual Primrose League. Mr. Lloyd also applied for a temporary authority to sell at the Kinmel Arms, on. be- half of Mr. Robert Jones, and at the Farmers' Arms, Waen, on behalf of Mr. J. Simon Wil- liams. Both were granted. SCHOOL CASES. For neglecting to send their children to school, John Wynne and Edward Jones, both of Church Street, Rhuddlan, were each fined 3s., including costs. A similar penalty was inflicted upon Thomas Davies, Denbigh Road, St. Asaph, for a like offence; while Thomas Ellis, Cornelybwlch, Waen, who did not appear, was fined 4s., the Chairman stating that an extra shilling had been inflicted upon this defendant because he had not obeyed the summons of the court. A case against Samuel Owens, Jones' Square, for neglecting to send a boy to school, was ad- journed for a month, because the defendant had been fined on previous occasions in respect to the same lad. As it was a question for consi- deration whether the lad should be sent to a reformatory, Mr. Charles Grimsley, clerk to the School Attendance Committee, was reques- ted to attend the next court, when the case will be decided. INCORRIGIBLE POACHERS. Henry Williams (alias 'Harry Sam') and Joseph Hughes (alias Jo Ponto '), Vale Road, Rhyl, were summoned by Richard Parry, game- keeper, on the Bodrhyddan Estate, for poaching on land in the occupation of Mr. Williams, Cwybr, on the 8th of February. Prosecutor proved seeing the defendants in company with another man hunting with a dog. When he got into the same field, he saw them digging in a rabbit hole. They saw him, and ran away. He followed, and succeeded in catching the two defendants. Hughes, on being searched, was found to have a rabbit in his pos- session. Neither of the defendants appeared, and a long list of previous convictions against them was recorded. Each were fined 91 and 7s. 6s. costs, or in default, 21 days' hard labour. Warrants were issued. SUNDAY POACHING. John Jones, Buchneld Terrace, Rhyl, pleaded guilty to a charge of being on land in the occu- pation of Mr. Evans, Maesgwilym, Rhyl, on Sunday, February 12th. Richard Parry, who proved the case, stated that it was quite a game with the defendant to go poaching on Sundays. Previous convictions of Sunday poaching were recorded against defendant, and he was fined 10s. and 9s. 9d. costs. The mo u ey was paid.

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