Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

15 articles on this Page

MATHRY PETTY SESSIONS.

News
Cite
Share

MATHRY PETTY SESSIONS. The monthly petty sessions of the Dews- land Division were held in the Court House, Mathry, on Friday afternoon, under the pre- sidency of Mr Charles Mathias, the other magistrates adjudicating being Colonel H E Porter and Messrs W G James (Pantyphilip), W George James (Llysoronen), Watts Williams,Gilbert D Harries and H M Harries. Doubly Drunk. John McCrah, of St David's,was summoned for having been drunk in that city on the 14th ult. P.C. Jenkins proved the com- mission of the offence, and defendant was fined 2s 6d with 6s 6d costs. For a similar offence on Christmas Day, the same defendant was ordered to pay 2s 6d without costs. Assault. Luther Thomas, of St David's, was sum- moned by Thomas John Ball, also of St David's, for having assaulted him on the 23rd ult. After hearing the evidence the justices decided to convict, and imposed a penalty of is with 195 6d costs. Dangerous Dogs. Anne Wilcox, of Goodwill, Trevine, appear- ed in answer to two adjourned summonses, issued at the instance of Thomas Griffiths, farmer, of Penlan, Trevine, charging her, first with having kept a couple of dangerous dogs, and secondly claiming £ 2 damages in respect of sheep worrying alleged to have been perpetrated by the dogs. At the pre- vious sessions it transpired that complainant had impounded the dogs, and that defendant disputed the ownership. The Bench had, accordingly adjourned the hearing in order that the dogs might be produced in court. This was now done, and the magistrates ordered that the animals should be distroyed, and that defendant should pay 30s damages to complainant.—Mr W Evans, Fishguard, was for the prosecution. Alleged Theft. John Warnock, a labourer, formerly em- ployed at Porthgain Brickworks, was brought up in custody on remand, and charged with having stolen from his lodging at Brynymor, Llanrian, a watch and chain belonging to Arthur Lithim, a fellow lodger. After hear- ing the evidence the Bench dismissed the charge.

HARMONY, PENCAER.

FISHGUARD PRESS AND DOAN'S.

Assessment Problem. ----

Church of England in Pembrokeshire.

CASTLEMORRIS.

.MATHRY.

Advertising

JABEZ, DYFFRYN GWAUN, PENFRO.

BEIRNIADAETH CYFANSODDIADAU…

ST. DAVID'S.

Advertising

Advertising

SIX STOWAWAYS SENTENCED

Advertising