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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, WESTMINSTER.

ROOSE PETTY SESSIONS.

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T E N B Y. The cuckoo has been heard this season on Caldf Island. The boatman belonging to the islani, km)*" far and wide as' Ned of Cddy avers that the 4 barbingfr of spring 'does not always visit them; but that, io every year its note is heard, a wedding is sure to tak* place among the inhabitants. The much vexed question of compensation between Mf and Mrs Lock and tbe Tenby Corporation ba..t length been decided. The award is that the Cor' poration pay to Mrs Lock £35. and to Mr Lock £21Of, The expenses, we believe, of the first award will fat! oø the Corporation, and of the latter Mr Lock will hava*0 bear bis own proportion. POLICE COURT, MAY 7, 1866.âBefore the Mayor, Df Dyster, and Rev. T. H. Dunn.âMr William Noot, l*t# assistant overseer, made an appeal against the poor r*1* for the parish of St Mary, Tenby ln-liberty, on tb" ground of inequality in the assessment. As Mr Noot failed to comply with the Act 27 & 28 Vict. c. 39, wbf« £ requires tbat all appellants should give notice of the" intention to appeal to the Assessment Committee, twenty' eight days before such appeal is to be heard, (in order' give the committee, if so disposed, the opportunity 0 defending their assessment,) the Bench did not enter 0 the merits of the case, but dismissed the appeal for IÃ" formality, ordering the appellant to pay costs. PEMBROKE AND TENBY RAILWAY EXTENSION.â Saturday last the inhabitants of Templeton, Coldblo*' Redford, and Crinow, were agreeably greeted with W sound of the steam whistle for the first time in the.t immediate localities. About 3.30 p.m. E. Roberts, Eaq, accompanied by Messrs J. Lewis, resident engineer, D- Evans, and J. Roberts, foremen, and several workmen, mounted the ballast engine near the Boar's Head Bridle, at Templeton, and proceeded slowly through Temple*^ cutting, passing Merrivale, Chapel Hill, Coldblow, on to Gloyne, where, as well as at several intermeJ¡- points, they were loudly cheered by the speotator" Here some gentlemen from Narberth joined the partlb and returned with the engine to fempleton, IDPs pleased with their first trip over the new line. GENKRAL TOM THUMB.âOn Monday last, General Thumb and family, Commodore Nutt, and Miss Warren, visited Tenby. The afternoon and levees were attended by a numerous audience. Most the elite of the neighbourhood visited the GateHof" Assembly Rooms in the afternoon while in the ev«nW £ | though not so select., the company was still more merousâhis Generalship will not have occasion to regr his visit to Tenby. A neighbouring dwarf came to ⢠them, and afforded many of the company an opportuni of comparing them. The largest of the General's c0.?a pany was considerably smaller than their visitor, and tjj symmetry of all their proportions contrasted very strong J with the deformity of the country dwarf. Cotnoiodo Nutt. i*, besides his extremely small stature, one of cleverest little beings we bare ever seen: bis ry talent would be sufficiently evident if he was of jj jj stature, his performance on the drum was well .v°f g the admission money to witness. Mrs Stratton's £ liei pleased every one, and their perfect enunciation persons to hear every syllable even in the extreme P" of the house. fofg I SAUNDERSFOOT PETTY SESSIONS, May 8, Dr Dyster and the Rev. T. H. Dunn,âThree PerjoD- | were summoned by the police for allowing tbeir y j keys to stray on the highway, and were ordered t° P costs, 4s 6d each, and to enter into their own reC° Q %o zances to appe ir to receive judgment wben called on doâTimothy Donovan,who had been repeatedly d for allowing a mischievous Honkey to stray. again to answer a similar complaint, bnt as n opF" I

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