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PENARTH. MONDAY.—(Before Messrs. F. L. Jenner and George Fisher.)—Carrying a Gun without a Licence. —Frederick H. Pearce, money lender, Cardiff, and Morgan Williams were charged with having a gun in their possession, and using it for the purpose of shooting, without a licence. It appeared from frhe evidence of William Jenkins, a gamekeeper in the employ of Mrs. Mackenzie, and Police-constable George King, that on the 26th of December the defendants were seen on Vair Hill Farhi. Pearce had a gun in his possession, and Williams was beating the hedges, but subsequently the gun was handed to Williams. Pearce was fined £5 and costs, ahd Williams £2 and costs. Theft from a Shipmate.— Hans Jacobs, lately a seaman on board the Aurora, was charged with stealing several articles of wear- ing apparel, the property of a shipmate named William Jenkins. W hen Jacobs left the ship the clothes and other artiCles were missed, and when apprehended at Swansea they were found in his possession. He was sent to prison for a Month, with hard labour.

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