COCKERMOUTH POLICE
           COURT.
    Monday, April 24.

(Before Colonel SEWELL (Chairman), Canon SHERWEN, W. L. ALEXANDER, and R. C.
SHAWYER, Esqs.)

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A CASE SETTLED.

Roger ROBINSON, quarryman, Brigham, was summoned at the instance of his wife,
Ruth, for desertion, and complainant applied for an order under the Married
Woman;s Act, 1895.

Mr. WALKER asked that the case might be withdrawn, as terms had been arranged
between the parties, and the Bench agreed.

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AN INEBRIATES'
HOME WANTED.

       Ellen M'CALLUM, 50, married woman, Cockermouth, who was brought up
some weeks ago on a charge of being drunk and disorderly, and had been remanded
more than once in order that she might be sent to a home for inebriates, she
having been frequently before the court, was again remanded for a fortnight, as
a place ina  home had not yet been found for her.

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VACCINATION EXEMPTION.

       Mr. Richard WILLIAMSON, South Lodge, applied for an exemption
certificate under the Vaccination Act for a child. He had a conscientious objection to
the vaccination.

The Chairman: I suppose it is really conscientious?

Applicant: Yes, sir.

The certificate was granted.

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