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DINAS CROSS Sessions.—A meeting of magistrates to consider the arrangements for the creation of a new petty sessional division to embrace Dinas will be held in the Fishguard Town Hall tomorrow (Thursday) morning. Alleged Theft.—At the Town Hall Fish- guard, before Mr T G Bennett, on Thursday afternoon, Hugh Power, of no fixed abode, was charged with having stolen a coat be- longing to Thomas Harries and valued at 4/6 from the stables of the Glan Hotel, Dina? Cross, on the previous day,—The Clerk (Mr Walter J Vaughan) intimated that it was only intended to take sufficient to justify a remand. Constable Jones stated that, in consequence of information received, he went in pursuit of the prisioner and arrested him in the vicinity of the Glan Hotel. He found him to be in possession of stolen property and charged him with the offence, to which he replied Yes, I was drunk when I took the top coat. The coat had since been" iden- tified by the owner.—Supt Rees Brinn form- ally applied for a remand. Prisoner (in reply to the magistrate said he was unable to offer bail. He was remanded in custody to Kemes Petty Sessions, which will be held at Newport on the 18th inst. Wedding.—A wedding in which the families of the contracting parties are well-known in Pembrokeshire was solemnized on Wednesday last at Blaenllyn Baptist Chapel. The officiat- ing minister was the Rev Mr Johns (pastor). The bridegroom was Mr John James Harries, son of Capt Wm Harries, Mossel Bay, South Africa. The bride was Miss Maria Lizzie Harries, daughter of Capt James Harries, Castle Terrace, Dinas Cross, and sister to Mr Dewi Harries, J.P., Glan Hotel. The bride was attir- ed in white silk and was given away by her uncle, Capt. T James, J.P., C.C., Glanteg. Mr Tom Jenkins, Treddiog, was best man, and the Misses Annie Llewellyn, Maildy, and Nellie Greenish Jenkins, Treddiog, nieces of the bride were the bridesmaids, othere present were Mrs C James, Glaiite, Mr Dewi Harries, J.P.; Mr John Harries Mrs Llewellyn, Maildy Mrs W R Thomas, Llanwnwr; Mrs Jenkins, Treddiog. After the ceremony a reception was given at Treddiog. Mr and Mrs Harries left for London by the Isish Express from Fishguard Harbour. In the evening a dinner was given at Castle Terrace, and amongst those present were Capt. D Harries, J.P., Soar Hill; Capt. Ezer Owen, Llanrhian Capt T Howell (commander of the Dominion Liner "Norseman"); Mrs and Miss Howell, Roseneath Mrs and Miss Perkins and Miss Harries, Bay View Mrs Mendus, Myr- twydd, and others.

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