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CARNARVON. GUILDHALL, March 20.—Before the I Mayor, Llewelyn Turner, Esq., Hugh Williams was charged with malicious damage at the Police Station, where be broke a window. He WiLS very much bruised about the hand and arm. The Mayor said he thought there ought to be no glass in a cell. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs. Edwd. Lloyd, amost incorrigible fellow, and who came into court evidently under the influence of drink, was charged with being drunk and riotous on Sunday the 12th inst., at midnight. P.C. 16 said the prisoner was very drunk and riotous half-an-hour after midnight, lie sent him home, and he returned in a short time afterwards, and again became riotous. P.C. No. 9 confirmed the last witness. The accused denied the charge, and accused all the po- lice of being drunk themselves. The Mayor severely commented on his base charge against the police, and to mark his sense of his continued misconduct, he committed him for three months. The fellow had onl) been released from gaol a few hours before he committed the oftcuce. David Owen, carrier from Beddgelert (who did not appear) was charged by P.C. 16 with cruelty to two horses in a waggon in Carnarvon, on Castle-square. He stated they both had wounds on their breast, under their col- lars. Fined 10s and costs. Wm. Jones was also charged with cruelty to his horse. P.C. 16 stated that the horse had two large wounds under the collar. The defendant (an old man upwards of 80) said that he and his poor old wife entirely depended on the horse for support, and that he could soon heal the bruises. Adjourned for 14 days. Rhoda Reed, wife of the sweep in Boot-street, was charged with threatening to assault Mary Jones alias Lester, a married woman living in the same street. Case adjourned. Both women are of a very questionable cba- cacter, as testified by the police. NEW WATER BILL.—The Committee of the House of Commons on this Bill, met on Thursday, in No. 24 Com- mittee Room of the House of Commons. The report of the referee not being ready, the consideration of the Bill was postponed until Monday next. It is a very unusual thing to record so severe weather at this period in March. Last Monday the quarrymen were unable to work, and some of the water wheels were completely frozen up the ice in many places being four inches thick. THE SEGONTIDM TERRACE NUISANCE.—The constant ,Ice, in being nearly complaint of those living on the Terrace, in being nearly all day long annoyed by hordes of ragged and disorderly boys and girls, who make a practice of pilfering every garden flower they can get at, have now for their amuse- ment a large number of stones supplied them, which have been laid down by the Surveyor to mend the road. We would therefore caution the public not to walk on the lower road, if they would wish to avoid a serious in- jury.

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I NORTH WALES SPRING ASSIZES.