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PENNAL. PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY, JULY 6TH.-Before C. F. Thruston, Esq., Capt. Ford, and C. N. Thruston, Esq. Drunkenness.—David Jones, mason, Wesleyan Court, Dolgelley, charged by P.C. W. Jones, with having been drunk and riotous, was fined 18s. 6d., and costs William Williams, mason, Penuchardref, same offence, fined 18s. Gd., and costs; William Edwards, Talyllyn-terrace, Aber- gynolwyn, same offence, defendant not appearing, was fined 40s., and costs; John Williams, Llanerchgoedio^, 11 91 lowyn, charged by P.C. W. Jones, with having been drunk whilst in charge of a horse, was fined 20s., and costs; John Lloyd, quarry man, Rhognant, Talyllyn charged by P.C. C. Ashton, with having been drunk, was tinea 10s., and costs; James Evans, quarryman, Gwern- uchat, Corns, same offence, fined 9s., and costs; Joseph oims, charged by P.S. Roberts, with having been drunk and riotous, fined 18s. 6d., and costs Angell Jones, Aber- dovey, was fined 10s. on a charge of drunkenness; Row- land Jones, charged by P.S. Roberts with drunkenness, fined 10s. and costs; Richard Hughes, National-street, owyn, charged with having been drunk, by P.C. W. Jones, case dismissed on payment of costs. Breaches of Peace.-Hugh Jones, Pennal, having charged Selma Williams Factory Uchaf, Pennal with an [assault, defendants husband was bound over to see that his wife kept the peace for twelve months; Joseph Sims, charged by P.S Roberts, with having assaulted him in the execution of his duty, was also bound over to keep the peace for twelve months. Game Trespasses.—Owen Arthur, Machynlleth charged John Arthur, Graigfach, Machynlleth, with having tres- passed in pursuit of game. Defendant appeared, admitted the charge, and was fined 20s., and costs; Owen Arthur also charged John Jones, labourer, Machynlleth, with a similar offence. Defendant admitted, and was fined 20s. and costs. Keeping Dogs without Licences.-Thomas Lavender, officer of excise, charged Edward Hughes, Talyllyn, with having kept a dog without a licence. The defendant, who was represented in court by his father, was fined £1 5s.—Thomas Roberts, Talyllyn, and William Jones, Towyn, was also each fined £1 5s., for similar offences.

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ABERYSTWYTH.

DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

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Trade Intelligence.

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TOWYN.

DOLGELLEY.

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MACHYNLLETH.

DOLYDDELEN AND VICINITY.

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