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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FAIR —The annual fair was held on Tuesday, and wos very largely attended. There was a large supply of cattle, the better sort of which brought good prices, but for other descriptions there was little or no demand. Sheep were unusually numerous, and could only be dis- posed of at a great reduction on previous prices. A large quanti'.y left the fair at an early honr, the owners finding it impossible to dispose of them except at unremnnerative rates. VOLUNTEERS AND THE GENERAL ELECTION. — Sir, John l'akington has issued the following- circular to the lords Lieutenant of counties War Office, September i 11.— In view of the approaching general election, and of the proceedings preparatory thereto, I think it right to remind you that ,'olunteers in uniform should take no part in any political demonstration or party meeting, and I have accordingly to request that you will give directions to this effect to the commanding officers of all volunteer corps within the county under your charge. I have further to request that you will also inform them that they are not to assemble their corps for drill or any other purpose between the issue of a writ and the ter- mination d the electiort in any county or borough in the neighbourhood of their heac'-quarteis.' IIAYERF IKDWKST ELECTION—The Conservative Can- didate arrived at Haverfordwest on Monday evening, and was met at the Railway Station by a very numerous body of his supporter". The concourse of people in the approaches to the r. i way station was immense, and the bon. gentleman met with an enthusiastic reception. His Supporters foru e 1 themselves into a proce'sion, and preceded by a hand of mnsic, marched through the streets to the Market Hall. In Canlett, Victoria-place, High-street, and Market-street, banners, many of them bearing complimentary inscriptions, were hung out, extending across the street, and the bon. gentleman, who TC'iJe on horseback at ihe head of the procession, and was accompanied by Mr Randall, of Avellenau, also on horse- back, was loudly cheered by his friends along the entire foute. At the Market Kail, Mr Pitman addressed his 1r erds at some length, thanking them for the hearty y. cejt'ion that had been accorded to him. Addresses » rr° n'sn delivered by other gentlemen, and the pro- ceedings did not terminate till ID o'clock. (Ji'AXD EVENING CONCERT.—Mr W. L. Harding gave a n; ncert at the Shire Hall on Wednesday evening, W ich Was numerocsiy attended, though not suificiently fl" to make it a financial success. The artistes were 1; E nth Wynne, Mr W. H. Cumrnings, Mr Lewis Ih -raw, and Signor Alberto Randeg;er, all of whom Were most favourably known to the public. The enter- tainment gave great satisfaction, and the vocalists were sever T times encored. It is to be regretted that Air ILraing did not meet with a more liberal patronage the concert from the high character of the artistes cn- gaged was necessarily an expensive one, and we had hoped that the spirited efforts of Mr Harding, who has done 80 much t.) raise '.he public taste with respect to entertainmen's of this description, would have received, sa they deseived, a greater amount of encouragement. HAVERFORDWEST PETTY SESSIONS. These sessions were held at the Shire Hall on Thurs- day, before J. W. Phillips, Esq., Mayor; James Bowen, -H;q aud T. Rule Owen, Esq. DRUNKENNESS. Several persons were proceeded against for drunken- cess, and were each fined 55 and costs. BREACH OF THE PEACE. Caroline Phillips was charged with a breach of the pence by Martha Moss. Mr W. M. Davies appeared for the complainant. The defendant was bound over in one surety of £10 to keep 'he peace. Jane- Summers charged Ann Davies with a breach of the peace, There were cross-summonses in this case. Mr W. M. Davies appeared for Jane Summers. Both parties were ordered to enter into a surety in JE10 to keep the peace for three months. INDECENT ASSAULT. Thomas Harold Mathias, of City Road, was charged
PEMKR. -.KESIi 1 HE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The aunurtl exhibition of Stock of this Society took piece on Wednesday, at the Yard of the Society, in this town, und. r the presidency of Earl Cawdür, nnd the ViCC- prendtney of Mr 11. Pavin Davies, utitidgeway, Mr J, L. G. P. Lewis, of Henllan, and Mr H. S. Morgan, of Rhvdwen. Although the competitors were not so numerous as could have been desired, yet the quality oi the stock exhibited was of an excellent character, and earned the warm approval of competent judaes. The show was held under considerable disadvantages. The season had been an unfavourable one, and the exhibition having been suspended for two years in consequence of the cattle pi gue restrictions, a grea por!i"iY ot the public appeared to have lost sight of the Society, and there is good reason for believing that many of the competitors of former years were not aware of the revival of the: annual meeting of the Society. The Judges on the occasion were Mr E. Gwynn, Plas Cvvit Hir, Mr John Evans, Allt-y-Cadno, and Mr John Thomas, Glan-yr Ynys, and it. is gratifying to state that their decisions gave very great satisfaction. The following are the awards of the Judges ? — CATTLE. CLASS A.—BY THE SOCIETY. For the best bull of any age, prize, Mr C. Jermin, Windmill Hill, Pembroke; 2nd prize, t3, Mr W. B. Roberts. Loveston irghly commended, Mr W. In. Jenl\iM, Pantyphilip; commended, Mr W. Scale, Middle Hacguard. For the, best dairy cow. in calf or milk, X4 —1st prize, Mr R. H. Harvey, Harroldston 2nd prize, £ 2, Mr John Bennett, Woifsdale; highly commended, (four aniuials) Mr R. H. Harvey. Harroldston. For the best two-year old heifer. £ 3.—1st prize, Mr J. Vaughan, The West; 2nd prize, Y,2, Mr John Harries, Lanrythan. For the best ptir of two-year-old steers, £ 3.—1st prize, Mr \V. Greenish, Robeston West; 2nd prize, £ 2, Mr J. Vaughun, The West. For the best yearling heifer, £ 2.—1st prize, Mr R. H. Harvey. Harroldston 2nd prize. £ 1. Air R. H. Harvey, Harroldston; commended, Mr W. Scale, Middle Has- guard. By J. H. Scourfidd, Esq, M.l\, Williamstan. For the best pair of yearling steers, bona fide the pro- perty of a tenant farmer, £ 3, —Mr William Greenish, Robeston West. By the Society. For the second best pair of yearling steers, .£1 10s.— Mr George Gibbv, Coppy Bush. By 1). II. Harvey, Esq, Harroldston, For the best yearling hull of any black hreed, r.2 IVz". Mr N. L. Bowling, Jordanston; highly com- mended, Mr George Gibby, Coppy Bush. Special Prize nf£IO,npen to Subscribers or zion- Subscribers, yicen by K. P. Davies, I .<9, and J. L. G. P. Lewis, Esq. For the best black bull of the Pembrokeshire breed, which shall have already won the first prize in any class for black cnitle, of any of the Agricultural Shows in the fountydurins; the season, including the winners the Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society's Show, £ 10. — Prize, Mr C. Jermin, Windmill Hill. lJy the Society and Members, for Stock of any Breed. By the Earl of Cawdor, Stackpole Court For the best bull of any age or breed.—A premium of £ 5. or a silver cup of that value.- Prize, Miss Richards, Croft House, Tenby. By William Walters, Esq, Haverfordioest. For the best cow in calf or in milic.-A premium of £ 5, or a silver cup of that value.— Prize, Mr H. H. Harvey, Harroldston. By Charles Allen, Esq, Tenby. For the best yearling bull ¡of any breed, £ 5.—No entry. By the Society. For the aecond best yearling^bull of any breed, £ 2.— No entry. By the Rev J. fl. A. Philipps, MA., Pic Ion Castle. For the best two-year-old Heifer of any breed or cross —A premium of £ -5. or a silver Clip of that value.—No entry. e. Vor the best pair of yearling heifers of any breed or cross, £ 2 -Prize, Mr Thomas Hughes, Uzmaston. SHEEP. CLASS B—BY THE SOCIETY. For the best long-woolled ram of any f)g', £ 2. — 1st prize Mr Lewis Mathias, Lamphey Court; 2ud prize, Lt, Vr W B Roberts, Loveston. For the best short-woo I led ram of any age, £ 2. — Prize, Miss Ricnnrds. Croft House. Tenby, 2nd prize, £1, Miss Richards, Croft. House, Tenby; highly commended, Mr W. Walters, Westfield commended, (two animals) Mr J. W. Wright, Robleston, and Baron F. do Rutzen, StehechPark. For the best pen of five yearling ewes of the long- woollcd breed, iC2--18t prize, Mr T. Richards, Mathry; 2nd prize, Mr Lewis Mathias, Lamphey Court. For the best peo of five yearling ewes of the short- woolled breed, £ 2.—Mr W. Walters, Westfields; 2nd prize, Baron F. de Rutzen, Slebech Park. For the best pen of five ewe lambs of any breed, £ 2.— Prize, Mr W. Walters, Westfields. By the Rev J. ll. A. Philipps, M.A., Picton Castle. For the best pen of five two-year-old or aged ewes of the long. woolled breed, £ 1 10s.— Prize, Mr T. Richards, Mathry. For the best pen of five two-year-old or aged ewes of the shorr-woo!)ed breed, £1 10s.—Prize, Baron F. de Rutzen, Slebech Park. By R. If. Ilarvey, Esq. Harroldston. For the best mm lamb of the long-woolled breed, £ i. —1st prize, Mr L Mathias, Lamphey Court; 2nd prize, IDs. Mr W. L Bowline, Jordanston. For the best ram iamb of the short-woolled brpcd, Cl. -1st. prize. Mr C. Jermin, Windmill Hill; 2nd prize, 10s, Mr C. Jermin, Windmill Hill. PIGS. CLVSS C.—BY TUB SOCIETY. For the best boar of any age or breed, je2 10s.—Prize, Mr N L. Bowling, Jordanston. For the best, sow of any age or breed, Z2 10s.—lstprize, Mr Thomas Richards, Rosepool; 2nd prize, Mr Essex Harries, Si-olton; commended, Mr Charles Jermin, Windmill Hill For the best sow of any ace or breed with litter, £ i — Prize, Mr Essex Harries, Seolton commended, Mr George Gibby, Coppy Bush. 0 H 0 '*R S E S. CLASS.—D. By the Earl of Cawdor, Stackp ole Court. For the best mare for the general purposes of husbandry, which has been bona fide the property of a tenant farmer getting his living solely by husbandry—A premium ot £ 5, orasiivercupofthat value.—Prize, Mr John Davies, Alleston commended, ditto. By J. H. Scour fluid, Esq, M.P., Wi.Uiamston, To the Owner of the best En!ire Horse for Agricultural purposes, used solely and travelled in the County of Pembroke in 1868-A premium of E5, or a silver cup of that value. No merit By the Rev J. H. A Philipps, M.A., Picton Custle. For the best three-vear-old Colt or Filly for agriruJ- tural purposes, £ ?>.— Prize, Mr J. L. G. p. Lewis, Henllan. By the Society. For the second best three-year-old Colt or Filly for agricultural purposes, £ 2. —Mr T. Richards, Hosepool. By the Society. For the best two-year-old Colt or Filly for agricultural purpose^, £ 3. — 1st prize, MrT. Rowlands, Tresin wen 2nd prise, Xt 10s, Mr J. Vauirhan, The West. For the best Mar." and Foal for agricultural purposes, £ 2—Prize, Baron F. de Rutzen, For the best yearling Colt or Filly for agriculture purposes.-No entry. By the Baron F. de Rutzen, Slebech Park For the best three yeat old Colt or Filly by ft thorough bred aire, calculated to make a hunter, and bred in the County of Pembroke, open to the County whether mem- beta of the Society or not, £ 5. — Prize, Mr W. G. Ormond, Ctirdeetb; commended, Mr J. Hurries, Trebowen, and Mr Thomas James, Ol"rl)eston. REWARDS TO LABOURERS AND SERVANTS. By J. II. Scourfidd, Fsq, M P., Williamston. To the Agricultural Labourer who has lived the longest time with the same master or mistress, or their family, I and still occupies the same, place, and who can bring the best testimonials of honesty, sobriety, and general aood conduct. from his employer, £ 2.—David Owen, Panty- philip, 42 years. By E. T. Massy, Esq. Cottesmore. To the Agricultural Male Servant who has lived the longest time with tbe same Master or Mistress, or their J family, and still occupies the same place, and who can tiring testimonials of honesty, sobriety, and general good conduct from his employer—preference being given to the servant of a subscriber if found of equal merit, £ 1 — William Davies, Llanrithan, 37 years To the Female Servant, ditto, £ •—Ann Edwards, Llaithy,26 years. By Richard Llewellin, Esq, Tregwynt. To the second best Agricultural Male Servant, do., zCl. —Thomas John, Knock. Clarbeston, 34 years. To the second best Agricultural Female Servant., ditto, .fl.-No female servant entcrfd and the committeegave the award to D. James, Southficld, who had lived there 28 year". By the Rev J. H. A. Philipps, M.A Picton Castle, To the two best Agricultural labourers who may apear most deserving of favourable distinction and en- couragement 00 account of personal unitnpeached honesty, sobriety, and industry, for an extended period. —A reward Of £ !1 each.—Thomas Hughes, Denant, 27 years, and John John, Ciarbeston, 25 years. HAVERFORDWEST REVISION COURT. A Court for the Revision of the Lists of Voters for the Borough of Haverfordwest was held at the Shire fla], on Friday List, by W. Mills, Esq., Barrister-at- law, appointed for that purpose. Mr W. V. James appeared in the interest of the Conservatives, and Mr W. John in behalf of the Liberals. The business of the Court was very heavy but the majority of the cases excited but little interest. FREEMEN'S LIST. Mr Thomns George Thomas, ironmonger, of St Mar- tin's, was objected to by 1\1 r John. Mr Thomas deposed that he was on the roll of Free- men, having being admitted about the 27th of July. In answer to Mr John, Mr Thomas stated that he left the town in March in search of a situation, and returned in June. If be had obtained the situation, he should not have returned to Haverfordwest. His employer offered to keep him on. but he preferred leaving. In answer to Mr J ames, Mr Thomas said that be visited his cousin in London a month of the time he was away, and that previous to gjing away he lived with his father as part of his family. He intended to return to his father's house, if he was unsuccessful in his search for employment. He took away his clothing, but he left his books and other things at his father's house. He returned to his father's house, and had lived there ever since. Mr George Thomas, father of the voter, deposed that a bed was always kept for his son while he was away, and he could have returned and used it whenever he desired to do so. He had left clothes behind him. The Barrister said that the voter had no residence within the meaning of the Act. His father might have revoked his permii-sion by reason of his house being full, or for other reasons, and it wiii clear that the voter had no residence where he would have a right to go. :VIr Thomas had, in his opinion, no residence in the t.) W f1 during his absence, and was not entitled to be registered this year. UZMASTON. There was no case of interest in connection with the revision ol the lists for this parish. SAINT MARY. Mr Peter Rarnaschone, of Dew Street, was objected 'e be Mr \V. V. James. Mr Barnaschone deposed that he occupied a house a part of which was used as a Roman Catholic Chapel. The Bishop of the Catholics was his landlord, and he paid them rent for the portion of the house he held. In answer to Mr James, Mr Barnaschone stated that the chapel was upstairs, and was enterjd by the d ior of the house, which he locked at night. There was no way of entering the chapel but by the front door; and he kept the key of it. lie kept the Chapel clean, and if he did not do so, he supposed he should have 'to cut.' (Laughter.) They could not turn him out without giving him notice. Mr James urged that the voter was the servant of the landlords, and that his residence was necessary tor the cleaning and custody of the Chapel. The Barrister took some time to consider the case, and ultimately decided that the vote could not be allowed. Mr James Bowen ciainted in respect of lodgings occupied by him in High Street. Mr James supported. The claimant deposed that he held apartments at Mr Baker's, High Street, and that their value unfurnished was more than jElO a year. Claim admitted. Mr Collway Cozens also claimed the lodger franchise, but not appearing, the claim was rejected. Mr Stephen Gwyther, draper, churned in respect of lodgings occupied by him at Miss Gibbs's, ic High Street. Mr John supported, and Mr James opposed. The claim was not allowed. Mr Benjamin White, draper, of High Sreet, claimed in respect, of premises held under Mr W. Owen, of Withybusb. Mr John supported. The claimant deposed that he psid JE29 a year for the portions of the house he occupied, and that was their value unfurnished. By Mr James: I bold the whole of the house with the exception of some few rooms, used by Mr G. Leader Owen, solicitor. Mr W. Owen djes not live there: I keep the key of the frunt door—there is no key to it, but I shut it at night and bolt it. There is a lease of the premises, but I have not seen it. By Mr John Before I went to the premises, Mr G. L. Owen occupied the rooms he now holds. I have been in occupation about eighteen months. Mr W. Owen is rated for the premises. Bv Mr James I pay half the rates to Mr W. Owen. MrG. L. Owen deposed that the house belonged to his father, and that he used the rooms referred to by Mr White, by permission of his father. The Barrister held that Mr White W'1.3 a lodger within the Act, and that Mr W. Owen was in occupation, al- though his occupation was a peculiar one. The claim was, therefore, albwed. t PAINT THOMAS. Mr William Phillips, of Ruther Lane, was objected to by Mr James. Mr John supported. The voter stated that he lived in Ruther Lane, and that he went to the house in July. In answer to Mr James, the voter said be was married on the 29th of August, but he slept in the house on the 30th of July. On the 7th of August he gave notice of his intention to be married to the Registrar he could not tell whether he sTated in that notice that he then resided in St Martin's. He was certain he was married in St Martin's by virtue of that notice. He lodged at the North Gate before he went to Ruther Lane, but he was not at North Gate on the 30th of July.; Vote allowed. I P.C. John Williams, of the County Constabulary, was objected to by Mr John. Mr John Lloyd supported. The Barrister stated that being a oonstable:the voter was disqualified, and his name must be erased. Mr Lloyd said that he understood that the voter might be registered, but could not vote without n himself to it penalty of £ 10. The Barrister said that the voter had been objected to, and as he was disqualified, he must erase his name. Rev, Thomas Davies, D.D. president of the Baptist College, WIIS objected to by Mr James. Mr John supported. I)r. Davies deposed: T occupy a honsein the Grove, and have done so since the beginning of lfjfi6. I and my famiry reside there. The iandtords are the Trustees ot the Baptist. College in this town. I am president of the college. My dwelling house adjoins the college. I am rated for the hous The Overse-r, in ans-.ver to a question, said the house was rated at £;)3 12s. Dr. Davies, in aoswer to Mr James, said I have duties to perform in the college. My house is one side of the College: the house and the one on the other side of the College were bought by the Trustrees for the purposes of the College. The tutor occupies the house on the other side. There is a communication between my house and the College: it is a covered way at the back. Thi; students reside ill the College: I dine there every day when I am at home. I don't think 1 pay the inhabited house duty. Barrister: The taxes are paid? Dr Davies Yes. Mr James: Bv whom ? Dr. Davies: They are not paid by me: they are paid on behalf of myself. By the Barrister: I was appointed bv election: I hold myotneefromyeartoyear. The rent is remitted. When I entered the house 1 expected to pay a rent in proportion to the rent I paid before I entered these premises. The salary was named which I was willing to ace ent if thp. rent was so much: the rent named was £ 19 19s. The house is intended fur the residence of the President for the time being. By Mr W. V. James: I officiate at the Chapel. I a:D required to occupy it so long as I reside there. v By Mr John: I occupied the house for two or three months before the collt-ge was removed there. I f I left the college to-morrow, I should expect six months' notice to leave the house to expire at the proper term of the tenancy. It was distinctly stated that I was a yearly tenant, and that 1 was to give or receive six montha notice to leave the house. Mr Joseph Thomas deposed: I am one of the C<>ra' mittee of the Baptist College. I know the terms under which Dr. Davies holds tlls appointment. Thev are what he has stated, lie would he expected to reside there, unless some other arrangement was made. He has fail control of the house and the College. By Mr James; I don't know (hat he pays tbe inhabi- ted house duty. The payment, of the duty was appealed against on the ground that the house belonged to the Trustees. By Mr W. John: Dr D.ivies has altered the house at his own expense, and pays for the repairs. By Mr James: There is a communication between the house and the college. Dr Davies does all tenant's re- pairs. The property was put in repair when they weot there, and now they keep it in repair. The Barrister said that from the evidence of tile claimant himself, he drew the conclusion that. a ttliotlgb the claimant might by a different arrangement not be required to occupy the hou-e, yet under the arranaeroe''11 as at present existing be was required 10 reside, and therefore he was unable to make any distinction between the present. case and the cases which had been formerly decided. The vote must he disallowed. Mr John applied for a case, which the Court de- clined to grant- Mr G. H. Hous, classical tutor of the Baptist Ac-ulemf' was also objected to by Mr James. Mr John supported Dr Davies dep isei Mr Rnis is not in town. He occupies the house on the other side of the Coiiege. He went into occupation at the close of 11);)ô. lie took the house from Michaelmas 186G, lie knew the rent I agreed to piy and he was to pay tlio sagle, He is classic.il ami mathematical tutor: he has nO other duties to periorm in reference to the young rt°" than his class duties: he has no supervision over then1- The house was purchased with the intention that itshou^ he occupied by the tutor. Mr Rousand his family reside in the house ho is rated and pays Hie rates. By Mr James: There is a communication between h'3, house and the class-room of the college. The block 01 houses are all wiihin railings, but divided. This hoi4'0 is set aside for the tutor. The Barrister said there wa, no diffaence between the previous case and the present one, and disallowed the vote. The Court was occupied till atate hour with the re- vision of the lists for the Other parishes, but there were no cases heard of any public interest.
TEN B Y. HOME Missions OF THE CHURCH.—On .Sunday week germous were preached in the Parish Church on bt'half of the 'Society for Promoting the Employinentof Additio"8^ Curates.' The Rector preached in the morning, and tbe Rev J I-I. Poppelweli, senior curate, in the evening O-1 Mouday a meeting was held in the Assembly Rooms, at 7.3) pm., when the lie' G. Hoirineton, the Rev Pro- lessor Maurice, ond the Rev J, Difmville Wheeler, a0' dressed the audience. The attendange was not so numerous as might have been expected, but the collect/0"* amounted to a little more than on previous occasions, realizing close on £ 40. By an airan«'cmeiit with the committee, £ G0 is remitted to the Tiea"urer in London, to bo returned In quarterly payments ol £ l,r towards tho Curates' fund in Tenby, and £ 2!) also collected in Tenbf is devoted to the general purposes of the Society in it3 liomi; Missionary work.
PEMBROKE. PEMBROKE PETTY SESSIONS. HOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. Town Hall, Saturday, September 12th, before T. sel, Esq, J. Dawkins, Esq, S. W. Hustler, Esqi Lewis, Esq, D. A. Raid, Esq. W. Trewent, Esq, a° the Rev R. J. H. Thomas.) This being the adjourned licensing meeting, all those which were adjourned were renewed, and some caution by the Bench as to their future conduct.. Henry Davies, butcher, who appeared before in Court lately, was changed with au assault on La" Collins. Neither party appeared. The case was struC out. Edicarrl Qidglcy, private in the 1st bat. 9:h was brought up on remand, charged by Superintends15" Evans with stealing a silver watch, and silver A^e!'t chain, value £ 2 10s, property of William Jones, lord of the Prince Regent, Pembroke Dock, on Satut' dav 5t.h inst. p, Emily Truscott deposed I am wife of Thomas Georg; Trusoott. I live at tho Prince Regent,, Lower Street, at my f'athei's. About a quarter past eleveir o'clock a.m., on the 5 h instant, prisoner and in, soldier came into the house and remained there till abOLl one o'clock at noon. The watch and chain were hang1^ on the dresser in the kitchen, in consequence of clock bein? stopped. The men had some rüfrcshrnen d about a quarter to one o'clock I saw the watch) a^ just after they left I missed it, and gave information e once to the police. I next saw the watch with -p Constable Steohens the same evening. the watch produced is the one. Witness thei desert the marks. Police Constable Thomas Stephens deposed Frofl1 formation I received from tho last witness, I went u pursuit and apprehended prisoner at the Picton Neyland about three o'clock p.m. same day. I told de the charge. Prisoner said I've got it" and he h»n v me the watch and cbain. Mrs Trusoott afterward* '7 tificd the watch and chain to be Jones's property. *■ have beeu in my possession ever since. fit, William Jones deposed: I keep the Prince Regcrtl1 I was from home on Saturday, the 5th instant. ^nien- return I found that my watch and chain had been The watch and chain produced are my property, -02 10s. Prisoner pleaded guilty. flI., Summarily convicted for one month with hard D"" Joseph Davies, alias Joe the tinker, was bro/J.g gf/ on remand, charged by the same with stealing a iaB^e. schaum pipe, in the East End, the property of a gen man, on the 5th inst. I1!1J Mr W. O. Hulofl appeared for the proseeutiont called two witnesses iu support of the charge, and Constable Evans who found the pipe in the Pr;3°gltpt mother's house, and apprehended the prisoner. Evans proved a previous conviction against ki:a to Assizes in February, 1861, when ht> was sonte'^ 3, six months. It appears that he has been convict0 vious to that and is a notorious character. s Committed for trial at the nest Quarter Session. UOEiUOH SPECIAL l'RTTY SSSSIJN'S. V (Town Hall, Monday. September 14th, before Reid, Esq, and S. W. Hustler, Ejq.) w „t,<ir2ed J Charles Thompson,?, i ramping fitter, w'a,c. Mr Robert Rise, grocer, Pembroke Djck, wita 0 jjtli two squares of plate gl:iss, the value of £ on instant. Prisoner admitted the offence. gn0d & Ordered to pay the amount of damage £ i, an ^ont^ and Gs 6d costs. Committed in default tor bard labour. t 3 ah^Se Mary Ann Brown, a dirty lookins^ tramp, riotouS by Superintendent Evans with being drun at Pembroke Dock, on Saturday the 12th vz* Acting Police Sergeant Thomas proved u-t CocaimUed for aeyea days.