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TEN BY.

TENBY CORPORATION.

PEMBROKE.

BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. i

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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. [Town Hall, Saturday, May 9th, before H P. Jones, Esq. Mayor, William Hulm, Esq, J. B. Bryant, Esq, F. L. Clark, Esq, D. A. Reid, Esq, S. W. Hustler, Eaq, and T. Mansel, Esq.] William Bowling, of Pembroke Dock, earthenware dealer, was charged by Superintendent Evans, with al- lowing obstructions on the footway, on the 15th of April last. Police Constable Stephens proved the charge. Fined 2s 6d and 68 costs. Paid. Mr Richard Llewhellin, of Nash, was charged by same with allowing his cart to be used without a name. The charge was proved by Police Constable EynoD. Fined 2s 6d and 7s 10s costs. Paid. Messrs Copeman and Lacy were charged by same with allowing obstructions on the footway on 28th ult. Fined 2s 6d and 78 costs. Paid. Joseph Davies, of East End, Pembroke, was charged by Robert Wrench, station master at Pembroke Station, on Pembroke and Tenby Railway, with tresspassing on the line near the tunnel, on Friday afternoon, and re- fusing to leave when requested. The charge was proved by George Beynon, a porter at Pembroke Dock Station. Fined 30s and 6s 6d costs. Committed in default for one month to the House of Correction. Thomas Fortune, of East End, Pembroke, was charged by Superintendent Evans, with riding on a cart with. out reins to all the horses on the 27th ult. Fined 2s 6d and 6s costs: committed in default for seven days. William Rossiter, of Cosheston, was charged by Eliza- beth Gould of Mead Lodge, with beating her with a whip. Mr W. 0 Hulm appeared for defendant, and after the evidence had been gone into at some length admitted the assault, and apologized. Fined 10s and 10s costs. Paid. Thomas Powell, of Cosheston, was charged by John Lewis, gamekeeper, at Bush, witlutrespass in search of game or rabbits on the 2nd inst, on the lands of Kings- wood farm. Mr Price, Haverfordwest, appeared for the defendant and admitted being there, but pleaded being there by consent of Mr Jermyn, his master, who is the tenant at Kingswood, under an agreement for the term of 21 years, and that the tenant had a perfect right to all the rabbits, also other game not mentioned in the agree- ment. The Bench consulted a few minutes, and dismissed the case. COUNTY CASE. [Same day at three p.m., before W. Hulm, Esq, J. B. Bryant, Esq, and T. Mansel, E:;q.] James Nicholas was charged by Richard Griffith Lewis, of Stephens Green, with deserting his service. Ordered to return to his service and pay costs.

PEMBROKE-DOCS.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE FATAL ACCIDENT TO AN UNDERGRADUATE.

HAVERFORDWEST MARKET.

DISAPPEARANCES.