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PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. PETTY SESSIONS, JUNE 28.-Before D. Llywelyn Lloyd, Esq., and Major Mathew. Nuisances.âAlfred Phillips, sanitary inspector, Festiniog, v. Elias Williams and Hugh Jones.âThese cases stood adjourned from last meeting, in order that a place might be found on which to deposit the matter constituting the nuisance. Elias Williams had not done anything towards removing the nuisance, but Hugh Jones had done all he could under the circumstances.â An order was mode on Elias Williams to abate the nuisance, and the case against Hugh Jones adjourned for 14 days, the defend- ants to pay the costs, 10s. 6d. each.âA. Phillips v. John Row- lands, Bromhaul, Tanygrisiau.âThe defendant was charged with disobeying the order for abating nuisance. There were too many of his family. for the size of the house. Defendant ex- cused himself from obeying the order of the Bench by stating that he could not get a house anywhere.Defendant was ordered to provide a suitable house by next meeting, and! told that in default he would be heavily fined. Drunk and Riotous.-Hugh Roberts, Closygraig, Festiniog, charged by P.S. Robert Jones with committing this offence at Closygraig-terrace, Fourcrosses, and abusing his wife. He ex- cused his conduct by saying that his wife went out at night, and carried away his goods.âFined 10s., and 10s. 6d. costs.âP.S. Robert Jones charged Richard Turner, New-street, Fourcrosses, Festiniog, who did not appear, with the same offence.âCase adjourned.âWilliam Jones, charged by same officer, with same offence, at Blaenafon, Fourcrosses, on Sunday, the 17th June, admitted the offence, and was fined 5s., and 10s 6d. costs. Assattlt.-William Williams v. Morris Hughes, both of Llan- frothen.âThe case was settled out of court. Indecent Assault.-Anne Hughes v. John Griffith Jones.â Complainant asked the Bench to allow her to "ettle the matter out of court.âThe Bench reprimanded the defendant, as he had often been before the Court, and allowed the case to be settled. Charge of Assault. William Parry v. William Roberts, Pantyronen, Rhiwbryfdir, Festiniog.âComplainant said he now resided at Tremadoc. Before the 23rd June, the day of the alleged assault, he lodged at defendant's. Complainant said that on the night in question he had been to Festiniog village, and as he was returning by defendant's house and singing, he having had a glass or two of beer, defendant came up to him with- out shoes or anything on his feet, and without any warning struck him on the head.âDefendant said the complainant was very drunk and riotous and was not fit to come in. He pushed him to prevent him going to his house, but did not strike him. -Case dismissed. Sureties of the Peace. Hugh Jones v. William Pugh, Rhiwgoch.âComplainant said that on the 19th June he went to a Shop at Trawsfynydd, where defendant followed him into several rooms, but was restrained from attacking him by other people. He had before threatened him at Barnet fair some months ago, and said he would not go home alive.-Bound over himself 450, and two others in e25 each.âThe defendant was very boisterou and had repeatedly to be admonished by the Bench. T,iceny.-Thomas Stretch, a young man in the employ of ,rr. J. McDonald, tailor and draper, FouwCrosses, Festiniog, was charged with stealing an overcoat, value Z3 15s. Od., a coat, and vest, value Z3 18s. Od., and a pair of boots, value £ 1, the property of his master.âP.S. Robert Jones deposed to receiving prisoner into his custody at Rhuabon.âDefendant was con- victed and sent to Dolgelley Gaol for six months' hard labour.