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Carmarthen Borough Quarter Sessions. MO.XDW. — Befo c the Uecoider (Mr Arthtif I Lewis),and the Mnvr-r (Mr li om^l Whit: ). I UK AND JURY. The following gentlemen were summoned on tM grand jury -.Alr Lewis Daniel (foreman). Mr W J Williams, Carnbray Hoase Mr Robert 0 Jones, Mr Tho Arthur, Mr C J Davie?z, Sheaf Inn; Mf Iltnry Tftoroa«, Golden Anchor; Mr D Collm* Da ties, Mr D D Jrnes, Mr H Reeves, Mr George Morgan. Barn's-row Mr Charles Daues, Fountain Hall Mr J Ralph Bland, Mr Samuel Tyler, Mr NV,Ili-.iin Finch. Mr John Thomas, Paris House Mr E ii E%,t-.s, Anchor House Mr A B Woodman, Mr John Thresh, aud Mr William Waters, Glannart-road. BACK TO THE REFORMATORY. The Grand Jury returrel a true bili against Albert Evans (15), who was charged with stealing 16" tive albert chains, and a tobacco pouch, from Mr Joseph Astley, King-street, with whom he. been in service. —Defendant pladctl ¡; Guilty," Mr Plumber, superintendent of Feltham's Industrial Shou], London, expressed himself willing to take the boy back tu the Reformatory. The Recorder sentenced the defend nt to one day's hard labour—which meant that he was straight way allowed to go back to the school. — Mr John Lloyd Morgan, M.P. (instructed by Mr James John) appeared for the prosecution.

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