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Car marl hen County Police Court. SATUKO v v. Before the Kev H. U. Lawrence (in the chair) l'rofüsor D. E. Jones, Car- marthen Mr D. L. Jones, Derhvyn. MOYIXC PIGS. I'.C. William Harries charged Lewis Jones, Tymawr, Xcwi hurcli, with not delivering up a permit after moving pig- Fined 9s. I'l l F !>i:i\ K. John Williams, Carne, Begelly, Fem., was charged with being drunk on the highway. P.C. Lewis, Abergwili, spoke to finding defendant drunk on the 25th ult. at 1U p.m. on the .side of the road.Fined Us tid. PL'BLIC-HOCSES. Edward Duekfield, an ex-coachmau of the Bishop of St Ihivid's, applied for the transfer of the Black Lion, Abergwili, which had been granted tulllpurarily a. a previous meeting. Mr II. 1;. White now appeared awllHLllded in testimonials from the present Bishop of St. Davids, from the schoolmaster, and from Mr John Williams, Portland House. The appli- cation was granted. Thomas Seourfield, formerly of the Black Lion, Abergwili, was similarly a transfer of the White Horse, White Mill. THEFT OF A ULA-SS. John I lioinas, a tramping farm-labourer, a native of Llanfallteg, was charged with the theft of a looking glass. Mrs Walters, Bed Lion, Llandofeilog, said I sawr the defendant at my house on the 28th June. 1 went out to the dairy when I came back he had gone away and the small looking- glass produced had disappeared. I'.C. Thomas Davies spoke to tracing the prisoner through Pontantwn and overtaking him going in the direction of Carmarthen with a load of hay. Defendant admitted taking the glass and said he did not know what came over him. He said he was drunk. Defendant had been remanded by Mr C. W. Jones on Wednesday and had since been in custody. Defendant said he had been drinking all that day he started in the top public and finished in the Red Lion. He was guilty, but was drunk at the time. Thomas Evans, C.C., Tegfynydd, said defendant bore a very good character whilst at home. The last few years since he had left home witness could say nothing of his conduct. His parents were very respectable people. The Chairman said that as the case was such a trivial one and as the defendant had been in custody four clays, he would be now discharged.

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