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CARMARTHEN. I At St. John's Vestry, Carmarthen, Mrs. W. Thomas, Hall-street, and Mr. W. Bartlett were appointed church wardens. John Brown's Fair at Carmarthen on Monday was a small affair compared with thoee of previous years. Thepe was a keen demand for horses, and high prices ruled. Heavy cart horeee sold readily at < £ 50 to <385 apiece; light horse from -030 to £ 48; and cart colts £ 35 to JB59. The cattle on offer were also scarce, and consisted mostly of etorers, which sold at prices ranging from .£10 to .£28 apiece. Mr. John Griffiths (machinist at the Welshman," Carmarthen), who was recently made a J.P., has received a number of congratulatory messages from boys" serving in the various theatres of war. He attributes it to the fact that he has been a Sunday school teacher for over 30 years. At Carmarthen on Tuesday, two English industrial echoolboy-William Hobbs (15) charged with setting fire to a stack of barley value et5 at Llangunnor, and Dennis Davies (15) charged with setting fire to a stack of barley, value 59 at Pontautwn-were ordered to be sent back to their respective industrial schools for a further period. At Carmarthou on Saturday two iii- dustrial schoolboys who had just cosae to work in the district were charged with d-Tson, one Wm. Hobbs (15) with setting fire to a rick of barley valtio i'tb, on Ty- llwvd-fawr Farm, LlanynTmor, and the 'other D?nnis Davies (15) with setting fire to a rieV of on Blae-ny- meillion Farm Pontantwn.-Defenclants were remanded in custody till Tuesday. At Carmarthen on Saturday, David â¢Ljwis. ex-Met ropoli-tan in, sum- moned for disobeying a maintenance orde.r in respect of his wife, the arrears being £ 7 10s., said he did not intend to pay anything. He was sent to prison for a-month, and defendant remarked: "T an going in. I will have to start getting used to it. I will go inside all my life." At Carmarthen en Saturday William Hushes, butcher. Llansaint. WM; flned £ 10 for slftr.ghtmriE; two slwp which had not within 14 days pvevi-vn« to that da to been told at a imrt, as required by the Sheep (Sates) Order. A summons for selling meat in exoe?» of the quantity ftilofated bv hps certificate <va* dismissed, the BeMfch giving h'ijb the benefit of the doubt. Supt. J. E. Jone* r>rose?utedx and Mr. H. B. White defended. Ernest John Davies. butcher. Fprryfide, was s?mmon?d "?)r &p?in.? the e h.'?p ?" ?an?h?r other than at a mart. Mr. W. J. W?nip Jcne* defending, said there  was ro interition they should h" slausiitered. The rsu, i

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