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Dewsland Brewster Sessions.

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WHAT A FISHGUARD MAN HEARD.…

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GOODWICK BRIDGE. .

ST. DAVID'S.

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ST. DAVID'S. Licensing Matters.—Various matters affect- ing local licenses are reported elsewhere in this column. Drunk.—At Mathry Petty Sessions, on Fri- day afternoon, John McGrah, of Llether, St David's, who failed to appear, was sued for having behaved in a disorderly manner whilst drunk on Saturday, the 8th ult. P.C. Morris said that, at seven o'clock in the evening, defendant was 'fighting drunk' in Goat-street, and that he assisted him into James' yard, where he left him. A fine of 2s 6d with costs, or an alternative of seven days' imprisonment with hard labour, was imposed. Coastguard's Promotion. Mr H Hunt, Chief coastguard of St David's Station, has been promoted chief officer for Newquay, Cornwall. Mr F Sercombe, station officer, Boscastle, succeeds him.

PUNCHESTON DISTRICT PLOUGHING…

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