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0 PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY.—Before Messrs. O. Slaney Wynne (presiding), Dr. Edward Jones, R. Wynne Wil- liams, and J. Meyrick Jones. DRUNKENNESS. P. C. Breese charged Robert Jones with being drunk and incapable on the Machynlleth Road, on the 20th instant. Mr. R. Guthrie Jones represented the defen- dant, and pleaded guilty. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs. Lewis Thomas, Mallwyd, was charged by P. C. Davies, with being drnnk and disorderly at Mall- wyd, on the 13th instant. Defendant admitted the offance, and was fined 5s. and costs. NON-NOTIFICATION. Hugh Hughes, Erw Wen, was charged with not reporting the outbreak of scab amongst his sheep. Defendant pleaded ignorance. Fined Is and costs. HEAVY LIST OF SCHOOL BOARD CASES' MAGISTERIAL WARNING. A number of cases, at the instigation of the School Board, for bad attendance of children, were next proceeded with. Mr. R. Jones Griffith appeared for the Board in each case; and the attendance officer (Mr. Ellis Williams) gave evidence. Daring the hearing, the chairman, cerameat- ing on the absence of several of those summoned, said they vi ished it to be m:d» very clear that all these person?, and others, v ho did not appear after being summoned would, in future, be treated with much more severity. T; y would not tole- rate it and they gave warniug that the absence, of all defendants would, in future, be considered in deciding the fines, which would be much heavier because of their non-appearance. An order of attendance was granted in the cases of Griffith Thomas, South Street, and Mrs. Anne Pusrh, Well Street. The following wnr- fired 5s. and costs :—Hugh Davies. Ei-gli ii Terrace; J. M. Jones (Cross Foxes (two cases); R. Llovd Morris, South Street; Robert Jones, English Terrace; Hugh Owen, I Lawnt; James Jones, Cader Road D. Roberts, Lawnt; Margaret Roberts, Bridge Street; and An' e Pngh, Well Street. The c'õsea against H. H. Griffith, English I r.re! race; and W. Owen, Green Lane, were ad- journed for a month.

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