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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH.

11 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH.

BALA.

. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DOLGELLEY. .------.

a——. PETTY SESSIONS.

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a ——. PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY.—Before Messrs. C. E. Macro Edwards, Edward Griffiths, J. Leigh Taylor, Major Scott, R. Wynne Williams, Francis Evans, and J. Meyrick Jones. POACHERS CHASED BY A CONSTABLE. Evan Jones and William Anthony were charged by P. C. Morgan with having on the 24th Jan., being unlawfully in search of game. Both denied the charge. P. C. Morgan stated that on the day in ques- tion he was returning on duty from Rbyd-y main. He saw a dog on a field on T^'nsimdda land, and recognized it at once as belonging to the defendant Jones. Proceeding on his way, he saw Jones coming out of a hedge, and be took to running. He immediately suspected he had been on the land in search of game. He gave chase, and after- wards saw Anthony coming out of a hedge and going after the first defendant. He overtook both and searched them. Each had in his possession three nets and a ferret. The nets found en Wm. Anthony were quite wet. Evidence for the defence was called. The bench retired, and the chairman said they were unanimously agreed that the defendants were guilty of the charge. Jones would be fined 92 and costs, or one month in in default; and W. Anthony £1 and costs, or 14 days imprisonment. OBSTRUCTING THE HIGHWAY. John Jones, Bryn Ucha, L'an-y-mawddwy, was charged with obstructing the Highway, by leaving a cart thereon. Mr. R. Guthrie Jones defended. The defendant was fined 2s. 6d. and costs. SEARCHING FOR FISH. William Lloyd, Dinas, was charged by Wake- field, water bailiff, with having, oo the 28th Jan., been searching for fish in the river Dovey; and also for assaulting him, Mr. R. Guthrie Jones defended. Both summonses, after hearing, were dismis- sed.

. DEATH OF THE REV. E. DAVIES,…

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH.

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