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PENCOED NOTES.

.BRIDGEND PETTY SESSIONS.

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BRIDGEND PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY.—Before Mr. R. W. Llewellon (chair- man), Rev. C. R. Knight, Messrs. C. P. Da.vis. R. L. Knight, and Major D. R. David. DOG LICENSE OFFENCES. — Howell Roberts, collier, Pantygroes, Blackmill, was charged with keeping a dog without a licence.—Police-constable Evan Evans gave evidence, and a fine of 5s. was imposed.—D. Griffiths of the same place, was also fined 10s. for a like offence. ADJOURNED TKESPASS CASE.—John Milward, collier, Maesteg. again appeared to proceed with his case in defence of the charge brought against him, and partly heard the previeus Saturday, of having trespassed in pursuit of game at Llan- gynwyd. The defence was an alibi, and a witness had been examined the previous Saturday in sup- port of this contention.—Sergeant Hill added, that it was quite possible for defendant to go to where he was alleged to have been seen in about ten minutes.—Thos. Bevan, defendant's witness, said he saw him standing alone near the Victoria Hotel. It was about 4.30, he knew this because he passed the Town-hall clock at 4.20. He was no friend of defendant's.—Sergeant Hill Baid he fixed the time by the time that he left the police- station. It was then 20 minutes to four.—A fine of £ 2 was inflicted. KEEPING A CARRIAGE WITHOUT A LICENCE.— Charles Williams, house decorator, of Ponty- cymmer, was charged by Mr. J. C. Johnson, officer of Inland Revenue, with keeping a carriage with- out possessing a licence for same under the Act. Mr. Harold, Bridgend, appeared for the prosecution. It was understood that defendant had promised to get a licence.—Frederick George Long, another officer, said he saw the defendant and his wife driving in the trap, which was not inscribed. He had given defendant several opportunities, but it had not yet been taken out. Several promises had been made to do so.—A fine of £3 inclusive of costs. ARREARS OF MAINTENANCE.—An order was made upon Patsy Donovan, a labourer, at Maesteg, to pay arrears of maintenance to his mother to the amount of £3 10s. 6d. due to the guardians of the Bridgend and Cowbridgc Union.

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