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ABERGELE. PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY.—Before Messrs. Dunean Miller (in the chair), W. T. Mason, Joseph Jones, and Dr. Wolstenholme. CONTRAVENTION OF THE SWINE FEVER ACTS. Robert Davies, Tai Newydd, Pontyddoli Llannefydd, was fined 2s. 6d., and 9s. 6d. costs for removing pigs from the parish of Llannefydd without the necessary order, on the 10th of February. Evan Davies, Tynyffordd bach, Cefn Meir- iadog, was fined a similar amount, with 8s. costs for a like offence, committed on the 11th of February. In both cases, igno- rance of the fact that Llannefydd was an infected area was pleaded, and that no notices were posted in the parish, and the chairman suggested to the police that the notices be more generally made known. THE DRUNKS. Hugh Williams, Rhydyfoel, was fined 2s. 6d., and 8s. 6d. costs for being drunk and disorderly on the 4th of February. Thomas Davies, Tynyddol, Bettws, was fined 5s., and 8s. 6d. costs for being drunk in Bettws, on the 11th of February. A DANGEROUS RESTING PLACE. Edward Hughes, Vron Goch, Llanfair Talhaiarn, was charged by P.C. Roberts, with being drunk at that place on the 11th of February. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The Constable said that he saw the de-, fendant lying on his back in the middle of the road, quite drunk. He assisted the man home. Defendant denied that he was lying in the middle ot the road, but admitted having had some drink. He was lying on the hedge side. Fined 3s. ar d 9s. 6d. costs. DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. David Williams. Bryn Morfydd, Llysfaen, was fined Is. 6d., and 8s. 6d. costs, for driving a cart without a light through the village of Bettws, after the prescribed time on the 16th February. Defendant caused much amusement by describing how the high wind, and gales, and the rain, had dashed his lamp to the ground, utterly demolishing it.


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