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P E !.1: B R 0 K E. TOWN COUNCIL.—There was a large attendance at the annual meeting on Saturday last. Dr Henry Trout Jones was nominated as Mr Trewent's successor in the mayoralty, and after a proposition that Mr Trewent should be re-elected, but which that gentleman declined, Dr Jones was unanimously elected. A hearty vote of thanks was given to Mr Trewent for his past services. SUICIDE.—On the morning of Friday the 18th inst, about nine o'clock, George Gwyther, a butcher, residing at Monkton, Pembroke, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. It appears that for some time past he had been unable to follow his business inconsequence of an injury done to one of his toes by an animal tread- ing upon it. This it is said made him despondent. A neighbour hearing a great noise rushed in to ascertain the cause and found him sitting on the bed bleeding frightfully. Dr. Arthur Reid was quickly in attendance, but his services were of no avail, as the self destroyer expired about noon. Deceased was about 60 years of age. An inquest was held at 3 p.m. on Saturday after- noon before William Vaughan James, Esq, coroner, and a respectable jury, when a verdict of Suicide by cutting his throat with a razor, whilst labouring under a fit of temporary insanity was returned, PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS. [Town Hall, Saturday, November 9th, before L. Ma- thias, Esq, W. B ulm, Esq, S. W. Hustler, Esq, and D. A. Reid. Esq.] Jam-es Butler was brought up in custody charged by Thomas Harries, farm servant of Pudding's End, in the parish of St. Mary's Pembroke, with stealing one flannel shirt and one linen collar, the Complainant's property. Prisoner pleaded guilty and elected to be dealt with by their Worships. Ho was committed (summarily) to the House of Correction for one calendar month with hard labour. Joseph Gibby, of Imble Farm, Pembroke, charged David Griffiths and Thomas Griffiths, of Pembroke Dock, with unlawfully assaulting him on the night of the 19th of October last. The defendants were committed for one calendar month each with hard labour, and ordered to pay costs £1 9a 3d each, to be levied by distress, in default a further imprisonment of 14 days each. George Samuel Dawkins, of the Royal Hotel, Pem- broke Dock, charged Richard Stephens, of Pennar, with an assault on the 19th ult. Fined 5s, and 12a costs, or seven days' hard labour. Fine and costs pa-d. Thomas Alfred Welsh, of Pembroke Dock, v. Joseph Trotter, assault. Withdrawn.



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