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POLICE COURT, MONDAY. [Before the Mayor (N. A. Roch, Esq.), Captain Brook, J. Griffith Lock, Esq., and Dr. D, A. Reid.] ASSAULT. William Smith was charged by John Lewis with an assault. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The case arose out of a dispute at the Qab stand in White Lion Street on the 4th inst. The case was proved to the satisfaction of the Bench, the evidence of the plaintiff being substantiated by two witnesses, John Ormond and Owen Morris, who swore that defendant tripped complainant up. They after- wards fought, and during the scuffle complainant had a black eye. Fined Is., with costs 14s. Paid. BREWSTER SESSIONS. Being the day for the renewal of licenses, there was a large attendance of licensed victuallers in Court. No objections were offered by the police to the renewal of all the old licenses, but a return was put in by Deputy Chief-constable Clarke, showing that two convictions against licensed victuallers had been recorded during the year; one for per- mitting drunkenness on licensed premises, the other for having his house open on Sunday. In both in- stances the Mayor cautioned the parties as to the future carrying on of their business. The following licenses were re-granted :— Albion, Elizabeth Alexander; Royal Lion Hotel, Mrs Bowers; Royal Gate House Hotel, Miss Bright; Cobourg Hotel, Mr J. B. Hughes Commercial Hotel, Mr G. A. Browne and Mr A. T. Lewis; Evergreen, Mr John Brinn Sun Stores, Mr George Chiles; The Crown, Mr Robert Clarke; Coach and Horses, Mr Eli Curtis; White Hart Hotel, Mr James Davies; Wheat Sheaf, Mr H. J. Davies; Hilton Arms, Mr B. G. Gifford; Lamb, Mr James Griffiths; Grey Horse, Mr Thomas Howells; Bee- hive, Mr James John; Gilbey's Stores, Mr J. T. Merriam Prince of Wales, Mr J. North;: JaTerley House; Mr Rogers; Shipwright's Arms, Mrs Ros- siter; Prince's Head, Miss Ann Rowland; The George, Mr George Richards; The Victoria, Mr Skyrm; The Mariners', Mrs Stone; Bush, Mr T. Thomas Three Bells, Mr G. Thomas. LICENSES TO SELL SWEETS. Mr Thomas Parrott, Tuder Square; Mrs Browne, High Street. BILLIARD LICENSE. Mrs Bowers, Royal Lion Hotel. APPLICATION FOR NEW LICENSE. An application for a license to sell intoxicating drinks at the refreshment room of the Tenby Rail- way Station was made by Mr James Bowen, station master, on behalf of the Pembroke and Tenby Railway Company. Mr Robert Lock (Justices' Clerk) proved posting the necessary notices on the church doors, and on the premises at the Railway Station, and the de- livery of the same to the overseers. Mr W. Durnford, solicitor, from the office of Mr Mathias-Thomas, solicitor, opposed the application on behalf of Mr Gifford, Hilton Arms. Mr James Bowen said he had no new facts to put forward in support of the application, which he made on behalf of the Pembroke and Tenby Rail- way Company, to those adduced at previous appli- cations. After a brief consultation with his brother magis- trates, The Mayor said the Bench were unanimous that they saw no reason to reverse the decision arrived at by them for the last two or three years. The application was therefore refused, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th. [Before N. A. Roch, Esq., Mayor.] Lewis Raynash, 18, of New Milford, was charged by Sergeant Watts with begging in High street, Tenby, yesterday evening. Defendant pleaded guilty, but said he was looking for work. Committed for 14 days hard labour.


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