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HAVERFORDWEST PETTY SESSIONS.

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HAVERFORDWEST PETTY SESSIONS. These sessions were held at the Shire Hall on Thursday, before J. W. Phillips, Esq, Mayor, Dr. Rowe, and John Madocks, Esq.. DRUNKENNESS. Several persons were proceeded against for drunken- ness, and were fined 5s and costs. Charlotte Dawson, who was convicted of drunkenness after a previous con- viction for drunkenness, was ordered to find two sureties in £10 each to be of good behaviour for VS days, and in default to be imprisoned for that timo. The commitment was held over till Friday evening to give the defendant an opportunity of finding bail. ASSAULT, Maria Brown, of Hill-street, was cbarged with assaulting Sarah Buckland, of St. Thomas Green. Mr W. M. Davies, of Bridge-street, appeared for the Complainant; and Mr Price for the defendant. It appeared from the evidence of the complainant, that she, on the 30th of May, went to the Militia Stores, in Kill-street, to her husband, who was engaged in the Orderly Rooms After transacting her business, she left the Orderly Room, and had placed her hand on the street door with the {mention of opening it, when it was shoved forcibly open The defendant passed in, and in doing so, struck her with her elbow on the arm, saying, You bitch, you shall not come here." The complainant Called her an impudent thing in return, and was very touch frightened. The effect of the excitement on com- plainant was to bring on her premature confinement, which took place on the following day. The com- plainant's statement was corroborated by the evidence of her daughter. The defence was a denial of the assault, and two wit- nesses, called on behalf of the defendant, stated that when the street door was opened, the complainant crushed against the defendant and a relative, and forced her Way oetween them. They also deposed that. the defendant did not strike the complainant, and that she passed through the passage before she even made an observhtion to the complainant. The Bench were unanimously of opinion that the charge was proved, and ordered the defendant to pay a See of Is and costs, including the advocate's fee. The Bench also observed that it was a case which should have been settled out of Court. NEW LICENCES. Mr Caleb Francis applied for a license for the sale of excisable liquors at a house in his occupation in Barn- slreet; and iMrs Esther Llewellin made a similar appli- cation in respect of a house at the Old Bri'dge. The Bench granted both applications.

THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

TENBY.

PEMBROKE-DOCK.

DEMONSTRATION IN FAVOUR OF…

MILFORD.

NARBERTH.

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