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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.

BEGGING.

! PARADING THE ESPLANADE.

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PARADING THE ESPLANADE. I Harriet Lewis, late of the WorkhouS9, of no fixed abode and of no occupation, was brought up charged with being drunk and e t3 disorderly the previous night. P.C. Thomas Davies said that at one o'clock that morning he found tho defendant on the Parade. She was in tho company of two militiamen; she was drunk, and was behaving in a very disorelerly manner. She- had a half-penny on her when searched. Superintendent Smith said the prisoner' had been up ten times before. Defendant said she had como out of tt1Íe") workhouse on Saturnay night, and nad hacill some drink, with the result which was to be | seen. I Tho Bench committed defendant for 14. days hard labour.

THE DOMESTIC DIFFICULTIES…

Ar Ben y Pentan.

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1 Bankyfelin Notes. I

OUTDOOR PAUPERISM.

TENDERS TOO HIGH.

Carmarthen Borough Police…

BREACHES OF THE BYE-LAWS.

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