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CARMARTHEN BOROUGH MONDAY, .Dee. 15tti.-Befc)re the Mayor (Alderman Walter Lloyd, Lammas-street); Mr. Ily. Howell, Pcnybont; Mr. John Lewis, Gwynf ryn ;Mr. Walter Spurrell, King-street: Mr. E. Colby Evans, Guild- hall-square, and Mr. John Grossman, Penllwyn Park. LICENCING. John O. Thomas, licensee of the Plough Hotel, Lammas-street, was granted an occasional licence to sell intoxicants at the Provision Market from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. on the occasion of the annual Cattle and Poultry Show on the 16th inst. James Owen Thomas, mason, 65, Little Water- street, was granted a temporary transfer of the licence of the Lark Inn, Blue-street, from Thomas Thomas. LYING IN THE LANE. Daniel Roes, collier. Pont well j, Llandyssul, was charged by P.C. W. J. Rees with being drunk in Jackson's-lane on the previous Saturday, night. The constable said that he found defendant lying down in the lane incanable of taking care of him- self. Defendant, who pleaded "Ouilty," was fined 2s. 6d. and costs. ALLEGED DESERTERS. ITenry Thomas and Stephen Thomas, natives, of Carmarthen, were brought up in custody charged with being deserters from the 1st Welsh Regiment, stationed at Pembroke Dook. P.C. Jones said that at 9.15 on the previous Satur- day night, in company with P.C. Davies (8), from information received; they went in searoh of the de- fendants, who met them in Blue-street, and said, "We are the men you are. looking-for; we aro de- serters from the 1st BattaHon Wh Rogimont, stationed at Pembroke Dock." They were locked up. The Superintendent said that the regiment left on Saturday for Egypt, and he asked for a remand to await an escort. The remand was granted. NO LIGHT. P.C. Walters charged David Jones, a haulier in the employ of Mr. Thomas Williams, slate mercliatit, Blue-street, with driving without a light at 5.55 p.m. on the 7tli inst. Defendant said that his light went out.. Thomas Williams, defendant's employer, was charged with causing a vehicle to be on the Quay without a light. at 7.15 on the same night. The constable said that when told that he would be reported, defendant said, "That's what you ought to do." Defendant said that there was. plenty of room for three oarts to pass. and plenty of light in the neigh- bourhood where his cart was. Supt. Smith said that defendant had been fined Supt. Smith said that defendant had been fined for causing an obstruction in that very place. It was impossible for the big motor-cars to pass. Thero were complaints of the narrowness of the path. D.I. Jones was dismissed, while Williams was fined Is. and oosts, the Bench holding that, although Jones had committed an offence it was not done wilfully. The Mayor said that. they hoped Williams would be more careful in future. The Court then rose.




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