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I BR0UGHT0N PETTY SESSIONS. ,Gti,roN PETTY SESSIONIS. "Y THURSDAY. Before Messrs. W. Carstaiirs Jones (in the chair), T. R. Prooort, Herbert Watkiriwi, William Fryer, and F. L. Han- cook. A NOTABLE CASFj RESUSCITATED.— Mr. E. Owen Roberts, barrister (instructed by Mr. Hugh G. Roberts, clerk to the guardians), applied on behalf of tho guardianu cf the poott of the Hawarden Uruori for a maintenance order aga/net. diaries Price, engine driver, Buckley Mountain, in respect of the relief o.f his mother, Elisabeth Prio?.—Mr. F. B. Mason (Cheater), representing Messrs. W. H. Churton arid Soul, appeared for the dejfevnoe.—Mr. Roberts stated that defendant's in other was 85 years of age, was blind, bod .ridden, and in- capable, and became chargeable to t,he Union fcr the purposes of the prroent case on the 3rd December, 1906. In Deoamber last year a similar application was made against the defendant, but was dismissed. The old lady was kept by her daughter, Jane PI. ¡co, and the guardians foimd tliat the defendant was a gentleman arid a freeholder who for the lest six montIns had been living on his means.— hvidcTioe as to the change of tenancy was then given by the landlord (lYk. Reginald Wilkin- son, of Ilolywcd), and as to the ohargoabihty of the mother and ci-tciunscfanoes of the defend- ant by the Union officialti.-For the defence, Mr. Mason aJgued that the tenancy cf the mother had not been determined in law, and that tho name in the rent book was only altered after tho abortive application at Buck- ley. The defendant g pecuniary position was woree than when the case was last, hoard. He had not bren in work since the 25th March lant, and was about to vacate hrs present house in order to occupy the small cottage owned by bitn, and whch at present brought him £ 4 a year. He iomted out that tiie guardians had strained every point even to the bringng- of learned counsel to overawe the bench. By the father's will the stock, etc., was left to the widow for life. It ha-d produced a. liveli- hood for tiho father, and a livelihood for the mother up to December last, for the stock stood practically intact. Tho defendant, upon being sworn., said he was without means, and he faded to £ W?e wny he washou nded 1:iom one police court to another.—The bench declined to make an order. MAINTENANCE OF MOTHERS.—A judg- ment order for payment of E4. 16s. due in re- spect of a ma.intona.noe order made 3rd De- cember last in respect of the support of h's mother was made against Edward WhitchouM, of Saltney. —An order of la. per week in re spect of their mot he-, Catherine Wood, was made against. John Lee Wood a.nd his brother, Joseph Wood, iron workers, 01 Alexajidra- st reset, Shotton. — An order of commitment (suspended) for one month's imp -iponment was granted agj.inst William Harr's, of 84, Arthur- street, off Prince Oaoaort-roaxl, Ga,toheadotn- Tjne, sued or. judgment summons bo recover L2. 3s. 6d. due to the guard Laus in respect of the relief of liia mother, Martha Guest. An interval having arisen in the period of ciharge- ability, a fresh ovder was also granted against Harris for the payment of 1». 6d. per week a.nd costs. RIVAL SHOPKEEPERS AT SIIOTTON.— Polly Richardis married woman., of Shotton, was bound o\er in E5 for six months and or- dered to pay e,3, eoftts for using threats against Mary Ann Perry. MT. Evans (Chester) ap pearod for the complainant, and it was alleged that friction am-o between the pai-titm, both small shopkeepers, owing to trade jeal- ousy on the part of defendant. NEW INN, SANDYOROFT.—On the ap- plication of Mr. Janes (Walker, Smith and Way, Chester) a protection order to aell :at tho above hou-so was gradated to Thomas Shall- ttofW

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