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L L A NGADOCK, THE MONTHLY PETTY SESSIONS were held at the Magistrates' Room on Thursday, 21st inst., before Mr E H Lloyd, Glansevin Mr Pelhara and Mayor Tudor Lloyd Harries. — P.C. Williams charged James Davies, butcher, Ffynnant, with being drunk and disorderly on April 6th. Defendant, who received a good leecura, was finfd 2s Gd and costs.—Mr Dashwood, Gwynfe House, charged Morgan Williams with fishing in his private waters. Mr Nicholas, of Llandilo, appeared for complainant Defendant was fined 10a and costs. Mr William Joncs proved the case.— Supt. D T Lloyd, Carmarthen, charged Thomas Michael, of Ystradgunlais, with fishing without a license. Fined os and Gs lOd costs. Mr James Evans proved the case.—The rates for Llangadock and Llanddeusant were signed. THE WATER SUPPLY AND DRAIXAUE OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT.—On Friday, the 22nd inst., a largely-attended meeting of the ratepayers of Llangadock was held at the Board School to consider the water supply and the drainage of the town and district. It appears that Mrs Bishop had written to the Guardians of Llandovery on the 7th inst. complaining of the deficiency of the water supply, and threatening, if things were not carried out, the matter would be brought under the notice of the Local Government Brard. There were so many inaccuracies in her letter that the rate- payers assembled, with the exception of three, took no notice of the same, as it was generally believed then Mrs Bishop was induced to write by others. Mr E P. Lloyd, Glansevin, was chairman. Mr Hopkins, Cefengornoth, spoke in Welsh, and gave those present every satisfaction by the straightforward manner in which he dwelt with the questions. COURT LEET.—On Tuesday, the 28th inst, the Leet Court was held at the Red Lion Hotel- After the usual formalities, the company assembled sat down to a first-class dinner provided, as is usual. for the occasion. Mr Lewis, Lime Tree House, was chairman. All were pleaeed to see Mr Thomas, Haverfordwest, looking 80 well after his recont accident. The health of the Ecclesiastical Com- missioners, coupled with that of Mr Thomas and the officers of the Court Leet, waa heartily responded to; as was also that of Mr E P Lloyd, of Giansevin, whom all were proud to see among Llangadock people. A very pleasant afternoon was spent.


---Ysgol Mydriai.

LJandilo Tctty Sessions.



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