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Amman Valley Gleanings.

FORTNIGHTLY MEETING AT THE…

THANKS.

.THE MASTER'S REPORT.I

WANT OF WATER.

BANKYFELIN.

Carmarthen Chamber of Commerce.

AKOTHER MAN LOST TO THE QUEEN.

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AKOTHER MAN LOST TO THE QUEEN. Thomas Jones, a collier, of Gorsoinon- one of the old hands of the inlilitia-was I charged with being drunk and disorderly, and assaulting- the police. P.C. William Davios said that on the previous day at 4 p,m he saw the defendant in Shaw's-lane. lIo was drunk and using bad language. On being ordered to move on, lie went up Merlin's-lane and continued to be very noisy. He then committed a. nuisance, and when withess spoke to him he turned round and struck him oil the chest. Defendant was then handcuffed by witness and P.C. Rews, and taknn to the loek-up. Mr Kdwin Uavrie*, Blue-street, said. that the defendant had come into his shop; that afternoon, and caught hold of a pomrdi of sug;ir, which he threatened to take away if he did not get some tobacco* Defendant was sent in for a month with hard labour.

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OUTDOOR PAUPERISM.

TENDERS TOO HIGH.

Carmarthen Borough Police…

BREACHES OF THE BYE-LAWS.

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