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    Saturday afternoon, and kicked the table over and smashed it. He then attacked her and broke two of her fingers. Astbury was called into the house, and the prisoner struck him in the face and knocked him down. Marshall had Subscribers-only content

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    There were present Mr. G. Downing, (chairasan, Rev. T. G. Simscox, Mr. G. Hamilton, MB". R. Thomas, Mr. Hicks ir. Astbury, Mr. Smiths, and Mr. S. Haaccp y. The principal items of business tra.sected were briefly as follows :-The cleric, Subscribers-only content

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    asid saw the pri- soners "1besting " the grounds. He "1halloed "to them, and sa,w Biilysgal with Isis baud to Astbury, as if the latter wais "baig" lthe gross ndntoo widely. The farmer did not succeedfin overtaking ties prisonrers, but Subscribers-only content

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    belonged to tice Dartmouthi. The batting of the Prior's Lee wons very cnutcl admired, particularly that ofE. tinglies and J. AstbUry. On the part cf tie Dartmouth, Brown and Clhnvaone to tbe bowling, and Atkino, llodgkinsou, and Dunn, in the Subscribers-only content

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    utrder the suptrintendauce of Mra. Ke.mp, Mrs. Wellum, Mrs. Biradbury, Mrs. Bootb, Mrs. Taverner, ifrs. Machin, irs. North- cote, Mtis Astbury, Uile Jones, the diiscs Kep, Mliss Mmachin and Alesirs. Weaver and Booth, the general maurgera af the bazaar being Subscribers-only content

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    and Jane Hooley, who yester- day pleaded guilty to four separate charges of burglary, were brought up to receive sentence. Astbury was sentenced to eight years penal servitude, and Hooley to three years' penal servitude. ACQUITTAL OF A PRISONER IN Subscribers-only content

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    Drake and two Docks: Mr. Cargey, Sandon, Orat and second prizes, 10s. and 6s.:; Mr. Joseph, Clifford's Wood, and lr. Astbury, Oalton Rouse, highly commended; Mr. Brassington, Bamlaston, commended. . - 2RooTS.-SweePsteken of Bs. each for the beast x Mangold Subscribers-only content

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    Page Joseph Vernon Ralph Docker William Blsiett Charles Ailcook Samuel Siddeil AnnErley Allcock Jo0iah Clarke Charles flicks Samuel Gosling Thos. Astbury laamuel Withers Robert Thomas W. Forster William Horton Joeh. Neale John Sylvester Theod. Turley Peter D. Bennett H. Reeves Subscribers-only content

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    'Vert, lumfcierit to support her, I ONGTON. A "CLwvnsR DoDGrn KA girl, apparently abont seventeen years of ape, named garriet Astbury, was brought before the Magisn irates at Hailey yesterday, under, the following circumstances. Jameh White, a 'very small beat Subscribers-only content

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    G. Sincox, Messrs. R. L. Chance, jan., S. flanbury, J. Parkes, J. Harley, W. Hickman, C. Hicks, B. Page, Thou. Astbury, and G. H. Smith. Reports of several improvements, from the Biard's Surveyor, were introduced, and several matters of buslness Subscribers-only content

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    S. Wright, Jas. Taylor, jue, J. C. Woodbill, W. Beddows, Bhrubb, Piokerlig, Derry, Franklin, S. Cook (Dudley), S. Hargrove, and Astbury (Waisall). The CuHAInor A, in commencing the business, observed that It was very gratifying to know that the constituency Subscribers-only content

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    M.P., E. B. Shberidan, Es q., M.1.1., Mossrs. Wilkinson, Mars8hall, Eteaworth, J. S. Wsight (Blomtnghamn) Wilkinson (Dudley), Warmington (Dudley), Cotterell, Astbury, S. Cook, san. (Dudley), Russell, Kendricke, HamPcOD, the Rev. A, Cole, W. R. D1relgas, G1. Stobbs, Holden, Blacsett, and Subscribers-only content

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    partial abatement of the evil complained of.-After this subject had beun disposed of, the Chairman read a nste from Mr. Astbury, to announce his resignation as a member of this Board. The Chairman said that Mr. Aathbnry' retirement weS to Subscribers-only content

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    Monday, on the application of Mr. Neloon (firm of Southall and Nelson), who appeared for the assignees. lIn re i. .Astbury, Birmsinghisam, engineer.-The bankrupt passed his last olartuatiten without oppOsWaln, and the 4ih of July was fixed for the certificate. Subscribers-only content

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    clubs abcvcryenntloned at Ihe. match which waas played at Smethiylok OD Sfturday. Smtehwick (Staudardl-- 5obinsoD, 8-9-; Peat, 2-17,; Robsoc, 4-3; Astbury, 4; W. Jores, 0 * Caleovw, 16; Rughes, 0-4; R. Jonee, o . Tilly, 9; Cilask,2; Thomse, 9; Byes, Subscribers-only content

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    CRICKET. KINGSWINFORD v. TRYSALL This match was played at Trysall on Tuesday, July th, and was decided by the irst innings in favour of Kingswinford. The play of Ferd, on the part of Kingswinford, :is espeaIlly worthy of remark, Subscribers-only content

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    and children spent a very agreeable afternoon BURSLEM. "TitERE'S MTANY A SLIP," AC.-At the Burslem Police Court, on Tuesday, John Astbury, labourer, and Wom. Shelley, potter, were charged with stealing a, silver watch, the property of Elizal Rainbow, of HottLane. Subscribers-only content

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    with the same fate was also run out. Davis was thai hbowled by a'trimimerfromr Bre'wster,'scoring six, with the exception of Astbury, who then-camne'to the rescue, and by seone fino Jlay' scored thirty-onle the remainder fell' victiis Cto tirewstsr and Allen'~s Subscribers-only content

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    of February, 1063. No ftur- Ctes- calls arsticilmateil. OFFICLS-ItXCTEAL WORK{S, SHETHSWICK, BIRAINGIHAM 1)ritETrnORrS. Thorsttte Atdsams, Crescentt'Whatrf, Blirtminghamu, Tinulser Merchtint. Jarest Astbury (T,. Astbutry antit Sttn), Ststetlsirle Irosl Works. JIames Biarks, Brttntswick S8treet, Liverpttol, Agrictultstras Implotlttent 1)ealer. P. 1). Bennaett, Spent Subscribers-only content

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    (district Coroner), Thomas Keen (of the firm of Watkins and Keen), A, Allcook, E, Hadley, Win. Morgan, Alfred Morgan, Jas. Astbury, D. H. Haley, S. Gosling, A. Gosling, lV'i, Barnes, D. Brown, r. J. Griffitha, R. Deakin, G. B. Nicholls Subscribers-only content

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