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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY (to-day), before the Mayor (Mr. W. Mellard), Messrs T. J. Williams, R. C. B. Clough, E. T. Jones, John Davies, and Robert Owen. TEMPORARY TRANSFER. Mr. E. J. Swayne, on behalf of Mrs. Andrews, sought for a temporay transfer of the license of the wine and spirit vaults, which was granted. DRUUK AND DISORDERLY. P. C. Bennett charged Robert Jones, Henllan Street, with being drunk and disorderly in Bridge Street, on the 22nd instant. Fined 2s. 6d., and costs. RIDING WITHOUT REINS. P. C. Bennett charged Piyce Davies, whose mobher appeared in court, with riding without reins. It was said defendant had three horses, and had reins attached to one horse. Fined 2s., and costs. Henry Jones, Ty Isa, Tan-y-fron, Llansan- nan, was also charged with a similar offence. Defendant had admitted the offence, but was not present. P. C. Bennett proved serving the summons. Fined Is., and costs. Two or three cases under the Weights and Measures Act, togetherjjwith some School Board cases, were also heard.

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