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PEMBROKESHIRE ASSIZES.

THE TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

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THE TRIAL OF PRISONERS. On Monday the following gentlemen were sworn on the grand jury for the countyMr O. H. B. Stokes (foreman), St. Botolph's Mr John Beynon, Trewern Mr O. H. W. George, Plascrwn; Mr G. David Harries, Llanunwas; Colonel Lambton, Brownslade Mr Edward Laws, Tenby Mr Henry Leach, Corston; Mr Charles Mathias, Lamphey; Mr G. L. Owen, Withybush; Mr F. L. L. Philipps, Pentypark; Mr Lewis Samson, Scotchwells; Colonel Saurin, Orielton Mr John Worthington, Glynamel; Mr G. H. Walters, Harroldston Mr Edward Vaughan, Fernhill. THE CHARGE TO THE GRAND JURY. His Lordship, in charging the grand jury for the county, said it was a great pleasure to him to be able on this occasion, as on two former occasions, to congratulate them on the almost entire absence of crime. Such a state of things was highly credit- able to the county, and showed that Pembrokeshire still sustained the reputation of being a law-abiding county. BURGLARY. Michael Doherty, 38, labourer, was charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Martha Edwardes, of Saundersfoot, and stealing one pair of boots, value 6s. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to one month's hard labour. A SOLDIER'S CRIME. John Tracey, an artilleryman, was indicted for having on the 1st of July, 1889, broken into the house of Harriett John, of Pembroke, and stealing therefrom a quantity of jewellery. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and said that he committed the offence in order to be discharged from the army. His Lord- ship sentenced prisoner to one month with hard labour. FALSE PRETENCES AT TENBY. William Thompson was indicted for having on the 3rd instant obtained from Miss M. Ellen James the sum of 3s. by false pretences. The jury re- turned a verdict of guilty, and His Lordship sen- tenced prisoner to 14 days' hard labour. This case concluded the criminal business.

CIVIL BUSINESS.

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LOCAL AND OTHER NOTES.

PEMBROKE TOWN COUNCIL.

;SHOCKING FATALITIES AT ABERCARN.

THE ACCIDENT TO A BALLOONIST.

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TOWN COUNCIL.

TENBY V. PEMBROKE.

.TENBY V. LLANELLY.

RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR WHITLAND.