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- Edition: May 5, 1882 May 5, 1882
JOSEPH ATKINSON. &c.
Joseph ATKINSON was charged with having trespassed on land belonging to Mr. Robert BURROWS, of Westfield, near Workington, on the 19th of April.
Mr. BURROWS said he was very annoyed at people trespassing on his land, and he had given orders to his men to prevent it. One of his servants had caught the defendant trespassing one of his fields, and the defendant was very impudent with him.
Defendant was fined 13s. 3d.
M’CUMISKY, REED AND STODDART.
Peter M’CUMISKY, Peter REED and Elizabeth STODDART were charged with having neglected to send their children to school.
The Bench decided to send each of the defendants children (three boys) to the County Industrial School.
Joseph WRIGHT, a tramp was charged with sleeping in an out-house attached to Calva Farm, on the 22nd inst., and with having no visible means of support. The defendant was sentenced to one month’s imprisonment.