Monday, April 24.
(Before Colonel SEWELL (Chairman), Canon SHERWEN, W. L. ALEXANDER, and R. C.
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 WALKER asked that the case might be withdrawn, as terms had been arranged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.
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.
Mr. Richard WILLIAMSON, South Lodge, applied for an exemption
certificate under the Vaccination Act for a child. He had a conscientious objection to
The Chairman: I suppose it is really conscientious?
Applicant: Yes, sir.
The certificate was granted.