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CARMARTHEN BOROUGH POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before the Mayor (T. Davies), Messrs C. W. Jones and John Morris. ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. James Williams, Liverpool, sailor, was charged with being drunk, disorderly, and assaulting the police on Saturday last. P.C. T. Rees said that at 8 o'clock on Saturday evening he saw defendant in Guildhall-square. He was drunk at the time, and in a fighting attitude; he also kicked a man who was passing at the time. He was taken into custody, but by Merlia's-lane be turned round to witness, saying he would not be taken single-handed, and struck him on the head several times. Civilians came to his assistance, and he was locked up. £ 1 2s 6d wa found on him. Defendant admitted the offence, and expressed regret at what he bad done. He had only broken up from the Pembrokeshire Militia on Friday, and was on his way to Llandyssil for Aberystwyth, where his wife was awaiting him. The Bench took a lenient view of his case, and only fined him 5s and costs. A PAUPER LUNATIC'S MONEY. Mr Rowland Browne, sclicitor, made an applica- tion on behalf of the guardians of the Carmarthen Union for an order that a sum of money now at Messrs Wilkins & Co's Bank, in the name of Letitia Williams, Nantdwfwn, Llanfihangel Abercowin, at present a lunatic at the Asylum and chargeable on the Union, be paid to them for her maintenance. He said that she was taken to the Asylum on 3rd Match, 18S8, as a private patient, and up to last September her friends and mother had paid for her, but had since refused, and she had become charge- able on the Union. He applied for an order for all the money in the bank to be paid to the guardians for her maintenance. A deposit note for £ 78 was produced. There was JE14 5s 4d already due to the guardians, who would be responsible for the money not expended should the pauper die before the money had been expended. The Bench did not think it proper to make an order for the whole amount, and, with the consent of Mr Browne, an order for one year's maintenance and the money already due was made, amounting in all to .£34 15s 4d. William Davies, Johnstown, weaver, was ordered to pay Is 6d a week towards his father, who was then chargeable to the Union,

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