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CARMARTHEN TOWN COUNCIL.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE

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CARMARTHEN COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.

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CARMARTHEN COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY.—Before Messrs Grismond Philipps, J. L. Philipps and C. W. Jones. OVERSEER FOR NEWCHURCH. The Bench agreed to the appointment of Mr D. A. Jones, Penybont, as overseer for the parish of Newchurch, according to the resolution unanimously carried to that effect at a vestry meeting at Newchurch. MASTER AND SERVANT. Robert Falkener, Gwenpa, Llangendeirne, farmer, appeared against John Marks, Llansaint, and applied for compensation, owing to defendant having left his service without notice. Com- plainant said he engaged defendant as his servant for a twelvemonth on the 14th of November last. but he left on the evening of the 24th of May, on which day witness had given him temporary leave until the following Monday, and be had not seen him since. Complainant estimated the damages sustained by him at £10, owing to its being a busy time of the year, and the impossibility of getting a farm labourer to fill his place. Defendant had been paid YG 5s. 6d., and had been off work 33 days on different excuses. The agreement of service was produced signed by defendant.—De- fendant was adjudged to pay Y.C) including the sum given him, estimated at X2, leaving a balance to pay of XI.

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---PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, CARMARTHEN.

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