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TEN BY. SERMONS -Sermons were preached in the parish church On Sunday, the 24th inst., in tha morning by the Rev E. F. Willi*, and in the evening by the Rev J. H. Poppel- wel, in aid of the fords of the National Society for the education of the poor in the principles of the Church of Enalarid.1 The collections after both services atuouiiijBjd to.eio. POLICE COURT, MAY 23 -^Before the Maror.-Philip Gonial, painter, was charged by P.C. Beynon with being drunk in the public street. Fined 5s and 28 6d costs, or seven days' imprisonment. Money paid—MAY 25th.— Before the Mayor, H. Sanders, Esq, ari(A the itcy 'r. H. Dunn.—Peter Runt, potato dealer.^Pembroke-dock, was charged by H ad-Constable Thomas, Inspector of Weights and Measures, with having in his possession, and using, in tke Market Place, on Saturday last, a false beam and light weights. This being his first offence, he was fined 2s 61, and 7* costs, or seven days' imprison- ment, and ihe scales and weights to bo forfeited. Money paid.—F. Bowers, innkeeper, and Thomas, Griffiths, inn- keeper, were both charged by Mr W. Noot, collector, with non-payment of poor rates. Ordered to pay, toge- ther with costs.

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