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ABERYSTWYTH.

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TRE'RDDOL. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY.âBefore Sir Pryse Pryse, Baronet, and H. C. Fryer, Esq. Trespass in Pursuit of Game.âEnoch Mason was charged with having been in pursuit of game on the land of Berth- lwyd, on the 13th ult.-Griffith Morgan, of Berthlwyd, said he saw the defendant on the hill at Berthlwyd in the afternoon, carrying a gun. Saw him kneeling and watch- ing the rabbits. Spoke to defendant, who said it was the first offence. -The defendant was discharged with a caution, on payment of the costs, which amounted to 8s. 6d. Nuisance.-Enoch James and David Jones, both of Borth, mariners, were respectively summoned by Mary Hughes of the same place for having suffered a nuisance to accummulate, which proved offensive to the complain- ant. -The defendants were ordered to cause the nuisance to be removed. m.â. TTT-H- Rejusing to Pay Poor Rate.âWilliam Williams, con- tractor, of Oswestry, was summoned, at the instance of the overseers of the parish of Llangynfelin, for refusing to pay the poor rate due from him in respect of a brickyard which he occupied at Ynyslu.-The assistant overseer, William James, proved the case.âDefendant was ordered to pay; a warrant of distress to be issued in default.

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