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LLANGADOCK.

LLANELLY.

ST. CLEARS.

PENBOYR.

LLANRHYSTYD.

NARBERTH.1

LAMPETER.

ABERAYRON.

TREGARON.

NEWCASTLE EMLYN.

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NEWCASTLE EMLYN. COUNTY COURT. On Wednesday last, the bi- monthly sitting of the County for this district took place. There were no cases of public interest. PETTY SESSIONS. At the monthly Petty Sessions held on Friday last, before Messrs A. H. Jones and H. W. T. Howell, David Collins, a game keeper at Dolhaidd, charged John Jones of Parkyatyi, Llangeler, weaver, with tresspassing in learch of game, on the 13th of June, on land of Mrs Bilbrough. The Complainant was represented oy Mr John, solicitor, Carmarthen, and the defendant conducted his defence in person. The Bench, after hearing Fred Jenkins on behalf of the complainant, and John Isaac on behalf of the defendant, considered the case proved, and fined him 10s ann costs.—The application of Mr John Evans, late of the Bunch of Grapes Inn, for a transfer of his license to Miss Eliza Lewis, was adjourned. Bethel Calvinistic Methodist Chapel celebrated for its excellent singing, has now received an important addition in the shape of a magnificent harmonium, the tone of which strongly resembles that of an organ. The harmonium which cost 90 guineas, has two manuals and 20 stops is by Trayser of Stuttgart, and was selected by Mr D. Emlyn Evans, whose competent judgment in the matter has given universal satisfaction, Miss Ellen George and Miss Mary Jane Jones have under- taken the duty of playing on alternate Sundays, and so far have acquitted themselves admirably. ATHLETIC SPORTs.-The Sport Committee have held a series of meetings during the past month or six weeks, and the list of events is already before the public. There is a considerable increase in the prizes over last year. The Committee feel much indebted for the pecuniary support given them last year, and it is hoped that when the next appeal is made, it will be as liberally responded to as before. AT a Special Sessions on Tuesday last, William Rees, pig dealer, of Fountain-street, was charged before Messrs A. H. Jones and T. P. Lewis, with having been drunk and disorderly near Cawdor Terrace, early that morning. Defendant was found by P.S. John Williams, who urged the magistrates to inflict a heavy punishment, because defendant was constantly drunk, and penalties seem to have no effect upon him. P.C. Jones stated that he was often called by the neighbours to put a stop to defendants' disturbances. Sentenced to a month' imprisonment with hard labour.

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