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PEMBROKE-DOCK.

NARBERTH

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NARBERTH NAitBERTI-I JUNE FAIR was held on the 13th inst, and was well supplied. The demand for good steers, cows and calves, was brisk, with remunerative prices. The sheep fair was well attended, and a large number changed hands. The horse and colt fair was numerously supplied the demand for colta exceeded any fair for some time past. The attendance of buyers in this department was large," and some fine two years old colts realized £2;) each. On the whole the fair was a complete success, and will be felt as a great boon to the town and neighbourhood. We hope the authorities will allow the old established fair of the 29th June to be held. NARBERTH PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held on Thursday, the 7th inst, at the County Court House, before J. L. G. P. Lewis, J. James, Esqs., and Capt J. M. Child. Edward Irving v. Michael Dunn, for buying old metal from boys under 16 years of age. De- y l fendant pleaded guilty; his wife having bought .them through ignorance. Fined £1 and costs. John Miles, clerk to the Nsrbertli Union, v. William Lewis, Tavern- spite, for neglecting and refusing to assist in maintaining his father. Mr Wm. Philipps, Relieving Officer, proved the capability. Ordered to pay Is weekly and costs. P,C. John Rosser v. David Williams, Llandewy, for leaving two horses stray on the highway. Fined 2s 6d, and 7s 6d costs. P.C. Carrol v. John Davies, Templeton, for allowing his cows to stray on the highway, fined 6d, and 5-i costs. Alfred H. Hall t>. Thomas Cole, of Mar- tletwy, for an assiult. This case occupied the Court some t<me, from the number of witnesses. The plaintiff only required to have peace for the future. Bound over to keep the peace. Sarah Llewellyn v. Josepl, Llewellyn, for an assault. Case withdrawn.P C. Irving v. James McKay, for desertion from the 47th Foot. Ordered to be sent to barracks. NARBERTH BOARD OF GUAHDlANS.- The Assessment Committee, composed of the following gentlemen met for for the purpose of hearing appeals against the valuation list: Hev VV. D. Phillips, in the chair, J. L. G. P. Lewis, .T. James, Thomas Griffiths, W. H. Shield, and J. W. Blaithwayt, Esqs, Rev R. B. Jones, Messrs George Harries, and Isaac Thomas. R. P. Davies, Esq, Ridge- way, agr.inst the charge of £ 38 assessed on Style-park, in the parish of Llawhaden. Mr T. Lewis appeared for the appellant, and calied Mr Goode, who proved that he had, some years ago, valued^the parish, and that Style- park House was valued at £ '20, the land at LPIG, the house had now been taken down, and a small house erected instead, which was worth about £ 5, reducing the value to £;H. The committee considered as the parish was unrepresented they would adjourn the appeal until the 9th of July, that their surveyor, Mr Lewis Wilson, may va'ue the property in the meantime. Mr James E. Evans appeared on behalf of the Baron de Rutzen, in regard to an assessment made on Canitston Wood, in which he was assessed at X180 upon 360 acres of under- wood. Mr Goode was called on bphalf of the appellant; Mr T. Lewis, for the parish of Narberth North, who called Mr Wilson for the Committee; the question being one of liability to be rated the Committee confirmed the valuation list, but. it is understood the case will be taken to the quarter sessions. Mr Thomas Brown, of Stepa- side, Amroth, appealed against a charge on his house. Case adjourned until the 9:h of July, in order that Mr Wilson may value the premises. David Evans, of Robeaton Wathan, appealed against the assessment on his farm, called Sunny Hill. Case dismissed.

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