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ABERYSTWYTH TOWN COUNCIL.

! CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS'

GALLANT CONDUCT OF A WELSH…

RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

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CRIMIMAL BUSINESS.

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CRIMIMAL BUSINESS. After the reading ef the proclamation against vice and immorality, the following were sworn on the grand jury :—Messrs Thomas Edmunds, College- street, Lampeter (foreman); Morgan Davies, Cwoi- hach, LlaDSantffraed Wm. Davies, Llanfihangel Yatrad Morgan Davies, Llettyceggin.; William Davies, Tynberllan James Davies, Castle Hywel, Llandyssul; Samuel Davies, Lampeter; Thomas Evans, Tynant, Ciliau Aeron Isaac Evans, Wern- ucbaf Evan Evans, Red Lion, Trevethan Evan Evans, Pantmarchnad, Dihewid; Isaac Griffiths, Penglanowen John James, Pfengarregfawr, Llan- ilar S. E. Jones, Tymawr; John Jones, Werncrug; James Jones, Tyllwyd and William Jones, Cam- brian Factory, Lampeter. j Tbe Chairman very briefly charged the grand jury, referring to the insufficient aocomodation pro- vided in the,court for them, whicb, be did not doubt, would be remedied, and then pointed out the par- ticulars of the only case which was to come before them, in which a tramp was charged with house- breaking., A trae bill was shortly found. HOUSEBREAKING AT LLANDDIINOL. James Henscoe, a tramping bookbinder, was charged with breaking and entering a dwelling house at Llanddeinol. The facts of the case were published a fortnight ago. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to six months imprison- ment with hard labour. Mr Jones, instructed by Mr J. T. Jenkins, ap- peared to prosecute. This closed the business of the sessions.

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