Old News


Divisional Sessions

From the Hemel Hempstead Gazette

 28th June 1890



Hemel Hempstead


June 25th

Before T. Gooch, Esq., in the chair; J. Marnham, Esq., and Captain Cooper.


A lad named Alfred Timberlake, of Abbots Langley, was charged with damaging a fence, the property of the L. and N. W. Railway, on the 18th inst.

Thomas Coughterey, a ganger, said that the defendant had been cautioned not to go on the railway bank. Witness saw the boy on the day stated, and called to him to come off but not to go through the fence. He did go through the fence, and damaged it to the extent of about 1/-. He had been very troublesome in going on the bank.

Fined 1/- and costs 11/6.


Frederick Gurney who did not appear, was charged with being asleep while in charge of a horse and cart at Hemel Hempstead.

P.c. Martin proved the case.

Fined 2/6 and 6/6 costs.

Stealing Money at Tring

Open after hours at Frithsden

Stealing Silk Stockings at Tring

Theft of String at Northchurch

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