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PORTMADOC I THE II. D. C. ct P. SHO .All intend- ing exhibitors should know that entries for the Horse, Dog, Cat, and Poultry Show close on the 8th inst. AN OXFORD SCHOLARSHIP. — Mr J. Roberts, the son of Iolo Caernarfon, has won a £ 50 classical scholarship, tenable for three years, at Christ College. Oxford. He was for two or three years at Bala Grammar School, under the tuition of Mr J. C. Evans, M.A. POLICE COOT. On Friday, before Messrs R. M. Greaves, T. Burnell, and Dr Griffith, Hannah Roberts, Garn, who was ill-clad, was fined 2s 6d, costs 8s Gd, for drunkenness. P.C. Jones, Garn, was the informant.—Mr Thomas Harris, the sur- veyor and inspector of the Urban Council, asked again for a certificate of exemption under the new Vaccination Act.—The Chair- man said that all they could do was to allow it if Mr Harris had a conscientious objec- tion.—Mr Harris said that he had, and put in a certificate showing the date of the child's birth.The application was granted, and the Clerk asked Mr Harris fcr half a crown fee.^—Mr Harris soid that the fee was a Is in other places.—The Clerk said that there was no scale.—The 25 6d was paid.— Mr Harris once mere applied for an order to compel owners of certain houses in High street to put them in such a state as not to be a source of danger.—The Clerk said that he had looked inter the matter, and had found that as far as he (Mr Casson) was con- cerned 'as agent o. the estate, he was not liable for some 0'; the houses mentioned. The Surveyor should have come to him and speak the matter over, or sought legal ad- vice.— Mr Ha rris said; that he did not like to go to Mr C'a.sson for advice because that gentleman was one of the defendants.—Mr Casson said that he would advice the Bench that he himself was net responsible for the houses in question. The Surveyor ought to have seen him upcn the matter.—Mr Harris said that he had called twice, and had found that Mr Casson was unapproach- able. If Mr Ca.c<on could mention a time he could bo seen he (Mr Harris) would at- tend.—Mr Casson said that the proper course was to issue summonses as in non-pay- ment of rate cases.—Mr Harris asked why this was not mentioned to him before.—Tho Bench rerrarked that as they were advised that Mr Harris hadl not taken lb? proper course m the matter, the implication would I be dismissed. j

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