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L L A N GADOCK. SESSIONS.âOn Saturday a special petty-sessions was held at the magistrates' room, before his Honour Judge Bishop (chairman), Major Tudur Lloyd Harris, and Mr Jones, Penrhock. Sergt. Williams, Llandovery charged James Thomas, Carreg- sadwrn, with using threats to Mr Davies, Telegraph Hotel, and also with assault. Mr Price, of Llandovery, appeared for the prosecution. Defendant, who was in custody, denied the charge. The Bench, however, fined him £ 1 and costs for the assault, and for using the threats he was bound over to keep the peace for three months, himself in £ 25, and one security of £10. DEATH 01 OLD INHABITANTS.âEarly on Christmas murning two old inhabitants residing at Glansevin-row, each aged 80 years, died about the same time. They were Mr William Jones and Mr Walter Rowlands, of the Square and Compass Inn. The former was found dead 011 the floor of his house about 8 a.m., with the door of the house tied with a cord from the outside. No inquest was held. Both were interred at this burial-place on the Tuesday following. The Rev Mr Thomas, Llangadock, officiated at the house of the former, and the Rev Mr Salmon, LIansadwrn, at the latter. The Rev Mr Jones, Gwynfe, officiated at the grave. Both were carried to their last resting-place, and a large number of people attended the respective funerals.

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