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THE TAFF VALE WORKMEN AND…

CARMARTHEN.

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CARMARTHEN. COUNTY POLICE COURT.—At the Guildhall, Carmarthen, on Saturday, before Messrs D. Davies, and R. Jennings, John Davies, Llandefeilog, was fined 5s. for being drunk at Ferryside on the 28th ult.—Thomas Arron. Llandd^rog, was fined 10s and costs for drunlcness and riotous conduct at the above place on the 26th February. --Shem Jones, of Llanarthnev, was fined £ 2 10s. for an assault upon Han- nah Walters at Voelgastell on the 22nd ult-—Eliza Bruce, of Llanstephan was bound over in the sum of £ 5 to keep the peace for six months. THE VOLUNTEERS.—The annual dinner of the two Car- marthen companies took place at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, on Friday evening, when about 80 persons sat down to a capital repast provided by Mr. Rees. A long list of loyal, military and other toasts, was gone through with much zest and enthusiasm-Captains Warren and Browne Edwards respectively occupied the chair and vice-chair and amongst those present were, Capt Pugh, Liandilo, Capt. Jones, (of the Somerset Militia), Mr. W. Morris Mr. R. R. Carver, Mr. Barker, Mr. H. Norton, v and the Revs. R. H. Morris, D. Williams and L. M. Jones.

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