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Ammanford MONDAY, 16th February.—Before Mr. Hy. Herbert, Brynmarlais (in the chair); Mr. Wm. Llewellyn, iFairwater; and Mr. Dd. Davies, Cilrhedyn. ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS. There were two applications for billiard licenses in Penygroes, Mr. J. W. Bishop making the appli- cation on behalf of John Williams, Greenfield House, Penygroes, and Mr. Hy. Noyes on behalf of Charles Emmanuel, Paris House, Penygroes. It was stated that at present there was only one bil- liard table in that "growing city." Both applica- tions were granted, the Chairman imtimating that the time of closing had been fixed at 10 p.m. through- out the week, and 10.30 p.m. on Saturday. "It is time for every working man to be in bed then," observed the Chairman. EXTENSIONS. Mr. J. W. Bishop applied for an hour's extension of the license of the Raven Inn, Garnant, on Feb- ruary 23, when the annual dinner of the Cwna- amman branch of the East Carmarthenshire Unionist Association will be held, Sir James Hills-Johnes and Mr. Mervyn Peel, J.P., being the guests of the evening. This was granted, as also was a similar application by Mr. Rees Owens, Dynevor Arms. Pantyffynon, on February 2h. FULL TRANStFER. Mr. Hugh Williams, representing Mrs. Emily Richards, widow of the late licensee of the Half Moon Hotel. Garnant, asked for a full transfer. The application came on at the last court, but then probate of the will of the late licensee had not been granted. It was now produced by the applicant.

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