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PEMBROKESHIRE MIDSUMilER QUARTER, SESSIONS. These Sessions were open,-d- i;t' the ShirH Hall, en Tuesday. Mr. J. Bowen, vice-chairman, ptesided in the absence of Mr. J. H. Sco'uflield, M.P., cliiirman. Th'; following magistrates were also present* Mr W Owen, Mr. Summer Harford, Mr. James Higgoo, Mr' E. T. Mnssey, Mr. T. Skone, Mr. Uhs. Allen, Rev. P. I helps, Mr. R. D. Auckland,,• Mr. Owen, sen Narbertb Mr. O. Davies, Mr. J. Mathias, Mr. John Bowen Mr. John Harvey, &c. The Chief Constable's report showed the state of tbe county to have been free from crimes of anything like a serious nature duriug the past'quarter. The most noticeable feature of the report was a paragraph allud- ing to the epidemic nature ,of the foot and mouth disease in certain parts of ths county. The report adds that —" the outbreak was attended with a degree of maligility greater than has been hithertoexperierced in this county 233 beasts and 105 pigs have been affected since the last Quarter Sessions. The report also referred to the general feeling of disappointment felt in the force by the refusal of the memorial of the men for an increase of pay, which was presented at'the last sessions. THE REPORT OF THE VISITING JUSTICES showed the prison to be in. good repair, and the conduct of the prisoners to be vfery good. The separate system is carried out according to Act of Parliament. REPORT OF THE GOVERNOR OF THE GAOL. It appeared from the Governor's report that the average of prisoners for the quarter was <3. The nmn- ber at present confined is 19 males and five iemales total 24. DEPUTY SURVEYOI,t's: r REFORT. On the reading of this report. a slkht discussion arose as, to the state of repairs of the Pembroke lock-up house. Ultimately, it was moved b.y Mr. W. Owen seconded by Mr. ^Iarford, aud unanimously carried' That Mr. Mathias be. entrusted tD, expend the sum required to put the place'in a thorough. s.ta.te'of repair." The sum asked by the surveyor for', .the repair of the Spittal lock-up was also granted: THE TREASURER'S ACCOUNTS,. In leading the accounts, the Tivr.smv'r alluded in a feeling and sympathetic IDann,erto the sulden decease of their late respected treasurer, Mr. J. R. Powell. Mr. Mathias (partner in the firm of Powell, Mathias, and Evans) was appointed treasurer pro. tem., notice at tlf3 same time being given of of a treasurer at the next quarter sessions. A police rate of hallpenny in the £ was ordered, and also a rate of halfpenny in the £ to meet the geueral expenses of the county for the ensuing quarter. 4 HIGHWAY BOARD. Mr. Summers Harford was re-elected a member of 11 the above Board, of which he bad become disqualified on account of absence, through illness, for a period of 12 months. The trial of prisonersjwill take place yesterday at eleven o'clock. The calendar contaius the names of four pri- soners, all of them being charged with felonies of an ordinary nature. SECONt>l íiAy: \VDXESDAY. The Court sat to-da.,V at ten o'clock, for the trial of prisoners. Mr. J. B^ Bowen, vice-chairman, and Messrs. W. Owen, O. B;■ »«WM>r.,John Harvey, and James Lowen occupied the bench.. The grand jury,ignored the bill against WiiJiam GrO. Lennon and Wi bam ;'Hctlry_ Thomas, artillerymen! charged with stealing rea rifeg* from the hpugp of one Sarah Helen James, the particulars of which have already appeared in the Smith* Wales Daily Neii*? William Griffiths was found ^i]ty o{ steaW the sum of £ 1 Ida. from the p.e £ Sp»of: j0im Joi^s at Maenclochog, on the 22ndyof May last, and .was sen- tenced to six- months' impfisonmeiit jjar^ }abour James Griffiths was also found guilty 01 stealipg a ham of the value of £ 1 3s„ fhe property of John Beynon, at Manorbier, ou,thè.17th of MAy last, and was sentenced to a like term of imprisonment. t This concluded the business of the fusions' and the court rose about three o'clock.

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