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Ammanford Police Court.

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Ammanford Police Court. I Monday, November 25th.-Before Mr. H. Herbert, Brynmarlais (in the chair) and Mr. Jno. Lewis, Bryn-Rhug. I NON-ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL. Sarah V. Jonss, of Margaret Road, Llan- debie, was summoned to appear in respect of failing to send her child to school. The School Attendance Officer agreed that the case be adjourned for a month to afford defendant an opportunity of sending her child to school. As the schools had been closed, the children were not given an opportunity of attending school. The Bench made an order to that effect. M. Elizabeth Howells, or 43, Gorsddu Road, Penygroes, was also summoned for a similar offence. The magistrates made a similar order in this case. I INCOME TAX. John Davies, Sunny Hill, Saron, was summoned by Mr. Mordecai Thomas, income tax collector, Ammanford, in respect of non-payment of income tax. The case was struck out, the defendant having paid the amount due. Printed and Published by the Amman Valley Chronicle, Limited, at their Offices, Quay Street. Ammanford, in the County of Car- marthen, November 28th. 1918.