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Carmarthen County

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Carmarthen County SATURDAY, Juno 13th, before Mr. D. L. Jones, Der- Iw) u; Mr. T. Lewis, Bryngias; Major T. H. Dowdehwell, Llanstephan; MI". J. LI. Thomas,. Tanyktn; Mr. John LiuyJ, Penybank, and Mr. John Lewis (Mayor of ( marthenj THE i .vK. V\iii..Stephen. Glan. Porthyrhyd, was charged with being di-Li. and disorderly on the 25th of last month, and also with being drunk on the 6th inst. Mr. J. Howell Davies appeared for the defendant and pleaded guilty on his behalf. P.C. Gwilym Jenkins proved the cases. Defendant was lined 5s. and costs on the first charge, and '2s. 6d. and costs on the second. Wm. Mason, Godredewi Farm, Trelech-ar-Bettws. was charged with bein.g drunk and disorderly. 'e'N% P.C. Lewis proved the case and defendant was fined 5s. and costs. NOT BONA FIDE. Levi John Moses, Thomas Evans and James Evans of Railway Terrace, iumble, were cnarged with being on licensed premises, not being boita fide travellers. Thomas Evans and James Evans pleaded guilty, but John Moses pleaded not guilty. 1' lieyuon 111 his evidence uepo.-ed at eelg ,1.1.' three do/endunts about 5.45 p.m. on the 7th coming from the direction of Cwm-mill. He mib- isequently saw them entering the White Lion, I'eu v aide, and at 9.10 p.m. lie saw them leaving the Mariners 1 till. They were under the influx ice of drink. Before he had time to take their lIame" and addresses at the station, tile train moved oil. On making enquiries he found that they had been ll Cwm-mill Inn. Levi John Moses said he I that morning \f. m Tumble to Ferrysidc with ..> of staying there a few days, but he failed "e lodgings He. ad- mitted having called in ti,c houses menti.o led by me constable but he uioi.gut ho was bona fide. Superintendent Jones aid t-liey got a great deal of trouble at iFerryside oil Sundays us peoplomake it a habit of going there, and depart from there three parts drunk. James Evans and Thomas Evans were fined 2s. 6d. and coats, and Levi John Moses was fined 5s and costs. Joseph Ward, Cwmbury. Ferryside, pleaded guilty •to being drunk on the 7th inst. P.'S. Beynon proved the case and defendant, agam-t whom five previous convictions were proved, was fined 10. and costs, or in default 14 days. Thomas Jones, tramping labourer, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendant pleaded not guilty. P.S. Williams said that about 12 p.m. on Friday he saw defendant on Pensarn-road. He was drunk and disorderly and cursing and swearing. With the assistance of P.C. Enoch Davies he took the de- fendant to the police-station. He refused to give his address and was disorderly until 4 oclock the following morning. Defendant was lined 5s. and costs, or in default seven days. DOG WITHOUT A LICENCE. Benjamin Morgan, Cwnimawr, Drefach, was charged with keeping a dog without a license. P.C. Gwilym Jenkins said he visited defendant's farm on the 27th of April and saw there an English Collie bitch over six months old. He asked defend- ant if he had applied for a dog licence, he said, "No, I have not had one since I am here." lie visited the farm oil two other occasions. Witness added that two 'notices had been fixed within 600 yards of defendant's house in connection with dog licences. These posters gave notice to farmers to apply for exemption forms from the nearest post office. The head constable added that forms were sent -out to every farmer in the county. Defendant—Will you prove that I had one? Defendant said he had applied at the Drefach and Tumble Post Offices but they did not have any forms. He asked the postman to inquire at Llan- arthney if they had forms, .but he failed to have any. They had not had one for the last two years, and they said it was not their duty to get them. The Head Constable—How often do you come to Carmarthen? Not often. Do any of your friends come sometimes —I can't say about them. Did you not think whether the Post Office had the form* or not. that it was your duty to apply for them?--No. that was your fault in printing the notice. The Head Constable asked for an adjournment so that they could communicate with the Post Offices. The cn-e was adjourned for a week. ASSAULT. NEIGHBOURS* QUARREL. David Evans, Shidenin. Abernant, charged Sam- son Evans. Cwmfflowrog, Abernant, with assault. Mr. H. Brunei White anpeared for defendant, and Mr. "vV. D. Williams appeared for the complainant. Dd. Evans said that on the 5tli inst. about 11 a.m. he and defendant were at Cornvil Station load- ing lime. They were then the best of friends. There were two other farmers present doing similar work. Defendant started off before him, but he caught him up again on the road. He asked defendant to pull one side, as he wanted to pass. He shouted the second time, and then passed, but in doing 80 the wheels of the carts grazed. Complainant ar- rived at Penrheol before defendant and was tipping the load when he arrived. HE was taking the horse from the lime dust when defendant approached him from behind and hit him en his head with his fist. He then went home for Dr. Yorath. [ Air. White—Did you k* defendant had two spirited horses and bad not been in tii" art before? I did w that they Jiad not b -en in the cart before. Lu, 1 know that they were young and spirited. When the wheels grazed did not defendant's front horse rise on its hind legs? I did not see it. Did he not ask you when he came to the field if you wanted to kill him and the horses?—I did not hear him. When you fell did you not come in contact with The wheel?—No. T did not. P.C. John Morgan proved serving the summons and said that defendant admitted hitting complain- ant two blows and that he had received the injuries •by falling against the cart. Dr. Yorath s iid lie attended complainant on the 5th inst., about 6.30 p.m. He had a contused wound on the ear and one on the side of his face. Defendant was fined JBS 10s. and costs, and advo- cate's fee was allowed. A SMART ARREST. Jolm Murray ( a, tramping labourer) who em- ployed by Mr. John Thomas, Parcnwc, Llanstephan, about two years ago, was charged with obtaining 3s by false pretences. P.C. J. Ll. Thomas said thut defendant was em- ployed by Mr. John Thomas, Parcnwe, about two years ago. He was sent by Mr. Thomas to work with a. neighbour, which he did. Subsequently de- fendant went to the man with whom he had been working and told him he had not been paid for his day's work. having at tho same time been paid by Mr. Thomas. Defendant, who was arrested on Saturday morn- ing abort 9.40 was remanded until next Saturday in custody.

Carmarthen Borough

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INCREASED RELIEF IN CARMARTHEN!…

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