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HAVERFORDWEST PETry SESSIONS. Tl.e e sessions were held at the Shire Hall on Thurs. day, before J. W. Phillips, Esq., and Thomas Rule Owen, Esq. NEGLECTING TO MAKE AN BNTRY OF MALT USED FOR BREWING. Mrs Elizabeth Pugh, landlady of the Horse and Jockey, Rutber Lane, wai charged with by Mr Sturgeon, Supervisor of iirland Revenue, with neglecting to make an entry of malt used tLr brewing. The defendant said that tue entry had not been^m^de, b it that the omission had not ari-en from a bad motive. had intended t) make the entry, and bad sent a boy to get a pen. The paper was lying on the table when the otfiier came in. Mr Sturgeon said the defendant should have made the entry 24 hours before brewing, and that she had finished brewing when he visited the premises. The license duty was charged aocor iing to the malt brewed, and the year ended on the 30th of September. He visited the house on the 29th, and if the omission had not been discovered, the Revenue would have lost £1 5s The Bench fined the defendant in the mitigated penalty of £ -50, and recommended the Commissioners tc reduce the fine to JE3. CHARGS OF STEALING A WHIP. William Argus was charged with stealing a whip, value 2i 6d., the property of John Robens, on the 3rd ot January. The case was adjourned un'il next sessions. ROBBERY OF DRAPRRY GOODS. TPilltam. Jchnslonc, a tramp, was committed for trial ft the (jgsrter Ssssjoasj tu tha ijhsrg? of «i.egjin^; tP yaids of black doeskin, value £ 7 12a., the property of Mr Llewellin, draper, of High street. CHARGE OF WILFUL DAMAGE. Henry Thomas, plasterer, was charged by Mr Supt. Lewis, with throwing some injurious liquid over the woodwork in front of the premises of Messrs Greenish and Dawkins, and doing damage to the extent of £ 4. Mr Price appeared for the defendant. It appeared from the evidence, that Miss Thomas, a young woman employed on the e^tahlishement of Messis Greenish and D>«'kins, was standing at the doorway of the premises n;ar nine o'clock on the evening of the 4th ins ant, when she saw a ma" throw some liquid fr"m a bo.tit; four times on the mahoganv paneling beneath the windows. She described the appearance of the man, hut c.iuld noi identic the accused a<« the person. I hom is Shears, who entered the house after VI i38 Thomas, deposed that he saw the defendant in the street near the premises of Messrs Greenish and I'awkins, but he did not see the act described by Miss Th ma". He Few the defend <nt in the police station on the 5th instant, and identified him ns the man whom he met in the street. On the application of Mr Snpt. Lewis, the Ben h aujourned the case for a fjrtnight to eaable him to produce additional evidence.

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