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DOLGELLEY. FAIRS AND MARKETS ACT.-On Saturday, a pub- lic meeting was held in the Assembly Room of the Market hall, for the purpose of requesting the Local Board to adopt the provision of the Fairs and Markets Act. Mr Richard Williams, chairman of the Local Board, presided, and there Was also pre- sent Messrs. Richard Jones, R. W. Williams, John Ellis, Tom Parry, Joseph Roberts, A Mair, W. R. Davies, &c.-The following resolutioa was agreed to:—That it is desirable to provide a market place and other conveniences for the purpose of holding markets, and of providing all such matters and things as may be necessary for the convenient use of such markets, and of arranging with the present market hall and public rooms company, limited, for a lease of their undertaking and purchasing or tak- ing on lease land for any af the foregoing purposes, and of taking stallages, rents, and tolls, in respec t of the use of such markets. LLANILAR. PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY, JULY Isr.—Before S Richardes, Esq., and Cagtain T. Lloyd. Assaults.—David Morgan, miner, Tynbwlch, Yspytty Ystwyth, chajged Thomas Thomas, shepherd, Blaenmarcbnant, for an assault on the 20th June. Sarah Ann Morgans, Tynbwlch, and David Morgans of the same place summoned Thomas Thomas for an assault on the same date. Thomas Thomas said that on the 20th June his master sent him to get defendant's cows out efhis field. David Morgan approached and hit him oa the head with a stick which did him considerable injary. He (Thomas) ran away and was followed by defendant Morgan, but did not catch him. Mr Joseph Evans said that the two Morgan's father had died leaving a certain amount of property which now formed the subject of dispute. The qnestion of title was thus raised, both parties claiming the land.-The Beuch fined David Morgans 5s for resault, and dismissed the other summonses. School Attendance.—Elizabeth Rees, Bronnant Pantyffynon, was ordered to send her child t school. Rates.—Thomas Ishmael, Rhosfach, Yspytty Ystwyth, was ordered to pay 7s 6d poor rates. Riding withoutreins.—Thomas Jones, farmer's son, Pantyrheol, and David Powell, carrier, Frongrach, were charged by Superintendent Lloyd, with having ridden on a waggan without reins, and were each fined 5s. Drnnkenness.-Evan Edwards, farmer, Tany- hidian, who had beea previously convicted, was fined 10s and ordered to pay costs for having been drunk and riotus on the highway near Fa:rrhos, on the 7th May.

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