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CARNARVON BOROUGH SESSIONS MAGISTRA TES ANtD LICENSING CASES- MONDAY.—Before Ridhiard Thomas, Esq. (chairman), and .other ma-gistfatef. MAINTENANCE ORDER. — Wm. Mark Owen, HenwaJia, was summoned for not paying the sum of one shilling per week towards the maintenance of his dhild in a reformatory i^ohoolf. The caise was adjourned for three months. — Wm. Morgan, Baptist-street, was also summoned for a similar offence, and was ordered to pay within three months.—ijohn Pritahard, Mountain-street, who was 10s in arrears, was ordere.d to pay 5s and 5s in a month's time. It was stated that this was the, fourth time he h.a<J been summoned for non- payment. | NO LIGHT. —• Henry Thomas, Glynafon. iWaenfawr, was charged with riding a bicycle I without a ldgiht on Llanibeblig-road. Defen- i dant pleaded gulity. this being- his first offemce. —A fine of Is and cosfs was imposed. I FRIENDS AGAIN. — John Bofonna- and James Parry, Mountain-street, were summoned for fighting in Mount pleasant- sqiuare. 'Both j pleaded guilty, and said that they were friends lonce more. They were ordered to pay costs. MAGISTRATES AND LICENSING CASES. MAGISTRATES AND LICENSING CASES. —A commuinioation was read from the' Board' j of Guardians containing a resolution passed )by the Board desiriner the Police Committee and magistrates to support the police in the i discharg-e of +I- duties connected with en- forcinigr the licensing laws.—The Chairman ex- pressed tine opinion that the magistrates in that Court had always endeavoured1 to do their duty, and a reply to that effect was directJed to be forwarded to the guardians.

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