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LOCA_L INTELLIGENCE. THE HAVERFORDWEST BOROUGH BILL -Thill bill was read a third time in the House of Commons on Tuesday, the 5th inst, and passed. HAVHRFORDWEST FREB.MEN.-In consequence of the day appointed for the next distribution of the rents arising from the Portfield Lands among the Freemen of the Borough falling on Whltmonday, the Trustees have resolved to postpone the distribution till Monday, the 6th of July, and have iasut d a notice to that effect. THE LEVKB.—By command of the Queen a levee was held on Monday week at St James's Palace by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. on behalf 01 her Majesty. In the list of presentations we observe the followi "g The Rev John Bowen Rowlands, Chaplain to the Forces, by the Chaplain-General. DOG LICENCES —ft is important that the public should know that the licences for keeping dogi expired on the 31st of December last, and not, as is generally supposed, on the 5th of April; and we are informed that the authorities will take immediate steps for the enforcement of the penalty in all cases of neglect whioh may be brought under their notice. PAROCHIAL ASSEPSMKNT ACT.-In the House of Com- mons, on Friday week, Mr Bowen presented a petition from several rural deaneries in the Archdeaconry of Cardigan, praying for relief by the amendment of the Parochial Assessment Act, or otherwise, from the burden they sus- tain in consequence of the recent case of the Mersey Ducks, decided by the House of Lords. FAIR.—The annnal fair was held on Tuesday, and was very numerously supplied with stock of all descriptions. For cattle there wxs a good demand, and the best quali- ties sold readily at improved rates. For sheep there was little enquiry, and the few stilus that took place were effected at a reduction on the prices of former lairs. The horse fair was well attended, and Included a goodly number of cxcellent animals. THE IR'SII OHUHCH.—A irition from Haverfordwest against Mr Gladstone's resolutions for the disestablish- ment of the Irish Church was presented in the House ol (Jommoiis an uH. by Mr Scourfield. On the 5th inst, Alr.Bowun, t mber for the County, presented a similar-\pet'&*ri> fro Saint Dogmell's with Llantood and Monlngton, Loveston-curn-Yerbeston, Cistle Bigh, and other places. Mr Bowen also presented, on the same evening, a petition in favour of Mr Gladstone's resolu- tions from Pembrokeshire. SELLING BRANDY WITHOUT A LICENCE. — At the Magistrates' Clerk's Office on Friday, before 0. E. Davies and J. Bowen, Esqrs., Anthony Dawson, of Mer lin's Terraces, was charged by P.C. Clarke with offering brandy for stfle at the city of St. Davids, not having a licence authorizing him so to do. Prisoner denied the charge, which was proved by P.C. Griffiths, who appre- hended him. Fined £ 100, but mitigated to £ 25 and in default of immediate payment' the prisoner was com- mitted to the House of Correction for three months with hard labour. DKWSLAND PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held at Mathry, on the 4th inst, before CaptO.T.Edwardes, M. Griffith, Esq, ana other magistrates,-A post boy was prosecuted by Mr Roberts, of Tancredston, for getting fire to a hedge. The accused was severely reprimanded, and ordered to pay all expenses.—Three persons, resi- dents of Saint David's, were charged with drunkenness, and were severally fined 5s and costs.—Dr Williams was summoned by a servant boy for wrongful dismissal. The case was adjourned -Dr Williams summoned Margaret Dames for deserting his service. It was proved that the defendant was an indoor servant, and the magistrates having no jurisdiction, the case was struck out. POLICE INTELLIGENCE,-On Thursday, before 0. E. Davlep, and J. Bowen, Esqs, at the Magistrates' Clerk's Office, Alfred Parker (a discharged soldier) was brought up in custody, charged with being drunk and breaking the windows in the house of John Merchant, of Merlin's Bridge, on Wednesday night. Prisoner pleaded gnilty, and was fiaed 10s, with Is damages, and 8s 6d oosts. ALLOWED fourteen days to pay, in default of payment to be imprisoned for fourteen days with hard labour.—The same prisoner was then charged by P.S. Clarke with assaulting P.C. John Williams in the execution of his duty, and, pleading guilty, was fined 406, and 8s 6d costs, and in default of immediate payment was ordered to be imprisoned for fourteen days with hard labour. BALL.—A ball took place at the Assembly Rooms on Thursday evening, under the stewardship of Major Lewis, R.P.A.M.. and Lieut Owen, R.PA.M. There were 57 present—25 ladies and 32 gentlemen. The following is a "list of those who attended :—Zncf/M—Mrs Owen Owen, the Misses Owen (3); Misses Massy (3); Miss Stokes, Miss Rees, Market-street; Miss Berrington, Druidaton Mrs Davies, Trewarren, the Misses Davics (2); Miss Cry sues, Hermon's Hill; Mrs Summers, Milton, Miss Summers; Mrs Ackland. Boulston Miss Owen, Withy bush Mrs Allen, Haystou Misses Clement (2); Miss Grimes, Freestone Hall; Mrs Griffiths; Miss Stuart; Mrs 0. T. Edwardes. Gentlemen-Colonel Sir Hugh Owen, Mr Massy, Capt Massy, Mr Arthur Massy, Lieut Owen, Lieut Bowen, Capt Owen, Lieut Summers, Lieut Walcott, Capt O. T. Edwardes, Mr Georgu Sum- mers, Mr William Summers, Mr Morison, Mr C. Allen, Hayston; Major Leach, Corston; Mr Ackland, Boulston, Mr Dudley Ackland; Mr Jones, 95th regt.; Mr T. H. Rowe, Mr Bolster, Capt Gower, Mr Lynch, 37th regt; Colonel Grimes, Freestone Hall; Mr Hirtzel, R N.: Dr Savage, Mr Rees, R.N.; Mr Richards, Tenby Mr Kitchener. 46th rest.; Mr Woolley, R.A Mr Mac- I donald, Mr G. Leader, Owen, Withy bush; and Mr Smith. HAYEKFORDWEST TOWN COUNCIL.—A quarterly meet- ing of the members of the Town Council was held at the Council Chamber on Monday. There were present: — The Mayor, J. W. Phillips, Esq Mr W. Davies, Mr Whicher Davies, Mr W. Williams, Mr John Jamee, Mr James Phillips, Mr W. Owen, Mr H. Phillips, and Mr A. Beynon.-It was ordered that the counterpart lease of a portion of the Market House from the repre- sentatives of the late J. W. Phillips, Esq., sealed with the corporate seal, be delivered to the landlords in ex- change for the lease.—It was also resolved that the bill of costs of Mr W. 0. Price, the solicitor of the represen- tatives of the late Mr J. W. Phillips, in respect of such lease, amounting to X21 7a 5d, be paid to the Treasurer out of the Borough Fund.-It was ordered that the house and premises at the corners of Market Street and j Hill Street, now in the occupation of Mrs James, under a lease, be offered to her at the yearly rent of X17 upon a new lease for fourteen years, to commence at the ex- piration of the present term, the tenant paying all rates and taxes, and putting, keeping, and leaving the premises in good nnd tenantable repair.—It was also ordered that Mi W. Williams be added to the Committee for inspect- ing vacant houses: the Portfield Roads Committee; and the Market House Committee.—The Surveyor having reported to the Council that the cottage in the Quarry Ground at Bethany is well and substantially built, it was ordered that the lease ordered on the 16th of May, 1860, be forthwith granted.—It was nlso ordered that a notice board, stating the rate of the Wool Tolls and Dues, be affixed to the Wool Market. ROOSE PETTY SESSIONS. These sessions were held at the Shire Hall, on Satur- day. before O. E. Davies, Esq, A. B. Starbuck, Esq, T. Roberts, Esq, S. Harford, Esq, J.P.Jones, Esq, Rev J. lombs, Rev P Phelps, and Capt, Child. ALLOWING ANIMALS TO STRAY. William George, James Gettings, William Hoffet, David George, William Jones, and Mslher Thomas were severally Charged with allowing animals to stray on the highway, and each fined various amounts and ordered to pay costs. NON-FAYMENT OF IMPROVEMENT RATES. Two persons were summoned by Mr T. Edmond, Clerk to the Milford Improvement Commissioners, for non. payment of Improvement Rates. Both CMea were ad" journed for a fortnight.

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