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RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY.

COITNTY COURT.

THE TITHE DIFFICULTY AT LLANARTH.

CAPEL BANGOR.

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BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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CASTELL FLEMISH.

NEW QUAY.

LAMPETER.

LLANBADARN^PACT-

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LLANBADARN^PACT- PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY ktAy 25TU before Mr J. G. W. Bonsall, Fronfraitu and Mr' J. T. Morgan, Nautceirio. Bfcach of tAe Peaci\—Mary Jun-i JttneH, l*V^oer- Jynen, n-ppeared to an adjourned snmruons chft*e(l with nnJdwfulIy entering Sophia James', Dolb«r]la*■ premises, and conducting herself in a disorderly manner, and complainant prayed that defendant be bound over +,,) keep the peace.-The Complainant said that she 1'"305 afraid of dofenda-nt by her actions that she would sommit a breach of the peace « but she had never tJsed any threats to complainant.— Defendant cross-examined plaintiff, and said ifoat she thought of making this foolish h*>y (a yoniiff man named Darid James) her husband, but now she was ashamed of him. M( Bonsall told defendaut tha4 she had been guilty of very foolish conduct, and it she repeated her conduct sb* would be summoned agÑn [and heavily nued but tlme bench had 4ecided to dis- miss the summons on this occasion on defendant pay- ing costs.—Defendant I v?ill never do i". (rnrning to the police) With whic\ of you anr £ going to ? I have suffered euor-Sfh already.—"Defendant < walked about the court most excitedly, asking what she was going to do and informing her fasther that sfas was jroing to the lock-up. -P.C. 13 adv^red her to home, and go to gaol anotLter day, and defendant lefif ftho court declaring she wouM never pay t'\e fine and fihat she had suffered great injustice. I R fxsing to Qu t.—William Joms, Ffosddu, :tlan- badai*l>€Treaddyn, miner, was sunr*H>ned for ref fting to quitj. the Gogerddan Arms, Pon^erwyd, when re- quested4 to* do so by John James, thsdandlord, on te 9th Ma:?Y -The landlord said defended went into -3ie house shortly after nine o'clock on the evening of the 9th, andserved with a pint of bfv, after whicfi witness noticed that he was the werse"f4»r drink, an l' requested-hici to leave. Defendant refbsed to do so;- and became noisy, and in consequence of his conduct witness h" ta clear the house about fifteen minutes before the ordinary time.—Defendant who had nothing to s&y, was fiaed 10s and ordered to pay the costs. A Narrow Escape.—Eliza Harvey, H&esbangor Arms, was stitamoned for unlawfully sidling, by retail, intoxicating liquor (beer) when not .etherised to do so.—Mr Dt Watkins (from the office of-Messrs Hugh Hughes a.RC. Sons) watched the case on '"ehalf of defendant.-P.C.E, Evans said that on Js'nnday, the 22nd May, aboufc3t!5 in the afternoon, he visited the Maesbangor Arms-, and on entering the kitchen he saw Dr Lloyd, Goginan, and Mr Waters, Goginan, sitting down, witfa-ai pint of beer each before them on the table, a portiowof which had been drank. They finished the contents of the pints in witness's pre- sence, and then left-the house, going towards Gogkidn. Mrs Harvey came downstairs, and in reply to witness she said the men entered her house, but did not call for anything, and she gave them a pillt of beer each, but she received na> payment for it. Witness s3.id, "WelL they may pay jjoa again,"and she replied, "I am not certain of it."—Tw reply to Mr Bonsall, witness said he saw no payment made.—Defendant said she called Dr Lloyd in and. gave him a pint of beer, as be was going to a patient next door. hhe was sworn, I and gave evidence to this effect. She said that she saw the doctor passing, and told her servant to caM- him in.-Dr Lloyd, on being called, said that he was asked to come in by Mars Harvey herself. He paid for no beer, and none was paid for in his presence.— Mr Bonsall told defendant she had a very narrow escape of a heavy penalty, as she had only a six days' lieence, and if this case bad been proved she would have been liable to a fine of JE50; but the bench would give her the benefit of any doubt, and the case would be- dismissed. He (Mr Bonsall) aLo said that the policeman was to be very much commended for having brought the case forward, and it should be known that no liquor was allowed to be sold to any person in Wales on Sunday unless he had walked three miles. Seho l Attendance.—Lewis Cheney, Llwynprysg, Salem, Trefeirig, was summoned by Fred Stephens' school attendance officer, for neglecting to send his-two boys to school.-La reply to Mr Bonsall, the schcol attendance officer said the defendant had not had', notice from the board since February last, and Mr Bonsall said she ought to have bad notice.— Defendant sai'i the chairman of the board told her that- she need not be partiealar about the attendance of the boys if they passed the last examination, which, they had done.—The case was dismissed.

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