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Police Intelligence.

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WHITEHAVEN. --- THURSDAY.


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Charles RODGERS, 60, labourer, Harrington,

was charged with having been drunk on licensed

premises on the 5th. Defendant did not appear

and the case was adjourned for a week.


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Henry HAMILTON, 61, rag gatherer, was con-

victed on a charge of begging at Whitehaven on

the 15th inst., and was sentenced to a month's

imprisonment.


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Wm. John KAYLES, charged at the instance of

Margaret HENRIETTA with not complying with a

maintenance order made in respect to a prosecutrix's

child, was committed to prison for a month.


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Richard ADAMS, 40, vagrant, was sentenced to a

similar term of imprisonment, for begging at

Whitehaven on the 17th inst.


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Geo. LEES, 19, labourer, Egremont, charged with

sleeping out at Little Mill on the 15th inst., was

sentenced to fourteen days' imprisonment.


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Hannah Elizabeth CARR, aged 10, and Emma

CARR, were charged on remand with begging at

Harrington on February 16th. The case was dis-

missed.


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Geo. HENDERSON, 54, and James GRAHAM, 40,

tobacco spinner, were each fined 20s. for refusing

to quit licensed premises.


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The following transfers (on the application of

Mr. E. ATTER) were granted: Steam Packet

Tavern, West-strand, from Mr. BARKER to Mr. E.

FARRELL; Robin Hood Inn, Senhouse-street, from

Mr. M. M'KALE to Mr. Benjamin COWAN.


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~to be continued.