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CARMARTHEN BOROUGH POLICE I COURT. MONDA Y. Before Messrs C. W. Jones and John Morris. OCCASIONAL LICENCE. An applicatiod from Mr J. Burgess of the Nelson Hotel for an occasional licence to supply refreshments at the dog show on Thursday, was granted. The time being from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY ON SUNDAY. Griffith Griffiths, a militiaman, was charged by P.C. Stacey with being drunk and disorderly in Nott's Square about 10.30 last Sunday night, when he used the most obscene language. Defendant admitted the offence. Fined 2a. 6d. and 3. 6d. costs. ASSAULT ON SUNDAY. Isabella MacDonnel, wife of John MacDonnel, Brigstocke Gardens, carman, charged John Owens, Tanybank, fisherman, with having assaulted her on Sunday, the 8th inst, Mr Brunell -Y White prosecuted. Mr White having stated the circumstances of the case, the plaintiff was sworn, and said she recollected the day in question, when her own boy and three others were throwing stones at each o'her. Defendants boy str ick her. and she then took her own to the house. Defendant came up and slid he would hit her head oft', at the same time lif ing his fists to her face. She had also been subsequently annoyed by defendant, and clluld have no quietness. Witness in answer to the defendant's questions said she did not go on his pretiiiset, nor did she call him a murderer, but may have called his wife and sister bad names. The case was dismissed on payment of costs by the defendant who was allowed a week to pay. ASSAULT. Benjamin Thomas, landlord of the Blue Boar, St. Clears, who appeared in c lurt with his face badly disfigured, charged Harry Stamp, horse- dealer with assaulting him on the 3rd inst, at the Coffee Tavern, Carmarthen. Defendant admitted the offence and said If I had not hit him, he would have hit me, and before he had time to nail me I nailed him, that's all. Plaintiff sworn, said that on the 3rd imt, about 6.10. he was taking a cup of tea in the Coffee Tavern, Stamp came in and sat down close to the door. He said something to witness which he did not ca'ch. They had some words and defendant struck him. The marks then on his face were caused by the blow given by Stamp. Mrs. Anne Jones,Coffee Tavern, said that,Stamp struck plaintiff in the eye. She could not say whether either of them was drunk. Plaintiff was very civil and it was Stamp that interfered with him. Defendant (to witness) did you not hear my brother-in-law saying that plaintiff was the man who had sold him the "kicking mare" for £ 1(5 10s. Od.âWitness No. Defendant (to Bench) He had sold a j kicking mare to my brother-in-law, which he left at the Sheaf," but refused to inform my brother where he had left it, had he done so there I would have been no row. If he will stand up now, I will fight him with one hand (loud laughter. Defendant had been before the Bench 12 times before, j The last offence was in June, 1889, for using obscene language. Bench You will be fined 40s. and costs or one I months imprisonment. Defend.mt â I'll do it (striking the railing), but I would like to have 40 punches at him first. He was removed in custody. In the case of John Kalter a lunatic chargeable oil the Carmarthen Union, all application by Mr Browne, clerk to the Guardians, for a further adjournment for a mouth in order to find out his native place, was granted.

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