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SERIOUS CHARGE AT TENBY. ..

REMAND HEARING. --

TENBY REVISION COURT. ......

THE PEMBROKE BOROUGHS. ----

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--TENBY MUNICIPAL ELECTION.…

COMMITTEE MEETING ON THE OLD…

VISITORS' COMPETITION. --

YESTERDAY'S COMPETITION. --

PEMBROKE AUCTIONEER ASSAULTED.…

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PEMBROKE AUCTIONEER ASSAULTED. At the Pembroke Police Court on Monday, be- fore the Borough Bench, with Mr C. B. Sketch in the chair, Richard Ormond, auctioneer, estate agent, etc., Pembroke, summoned T. Ford, of Underdown, for assault and battery. Mr R. D. Gilbertson appeared for the complainant, and Mr F. S. Reed for the defendant. Mr Ormond, in his evidence, said he was riding a small pony down the Green at Pembroke ou Tuesday, August 14th, when he met Mr Ford on the Mill Bridge just outside the latter's business premises. He said" Good afternoon" to Mr Ford, who asked him why he had not paid the account he owed him. Mr Ford used strong language to him, and raising a stick which he was carrying struck the complainant a blow on the face. Mr Ford then walked into the saw mill. Evidence was given by two other witnesses to the effect that they saw Mr Ford raise the stick. Dr. Williams said he had examined the bruise on Mr Ormond's face which might have been caused by a stick. For the defence Mr Ford asserted that he raised the stick in self-defence in order to prevent Mr Ormond from striking him with a cane which he was carrying. His stick struck the complainant's cane, with the result that it came in contact with his face, thus causing the bruise. Mr Ford was fined £1 and costs, including the advocate's and doctor's fees.

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TENBY CORPORATION. ..A..

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.…

TENBY AS A MOTOR CENTRE. -.L

A VISITOR'S NOTES.

CORRESPONDENCE. .........

"LUSITANIA" AT FISHGUARD.…