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ABERYSTWYTH. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2-tnL Betoie John Jenkins, Esq., mayor: John Morgan. E. P. Wynne. R. J. Jones, Thomas Hugh .Jones, C. M. Williams, Isaac Hopkins, and Edward Evans, Esqrs. Dnnu:'OIw"Jag, T. Edwards, painter, Castle- street, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly on the loth on the Terrace.—P.O. Powell said the defendant was using disgraceful language. —Defendant .ailed David Morgan and Edward Evans to prove that he was sober, but the Bench fined him 5s. with costs. Hu-'umil rU/ll p-ije.—Jane Thompson, Queen's- road,^ summoned her husband, George Thompson, plumber, for having b=aten and assaulted her or! the 20th.—The wife, having stated that she had been illtreated f,,r years and struck twice on the 20th, Mr A. J. appeared for defendant j asked that a the snculd be inflicted, saying that defendant agreed to pay 10s. a week.—The "Bench lnnscttd a fine of Is. and granted a separation | order. cn tlio Term re.—Thomas Henlon and Hugh Coneily, oyster sellers, Portland-road, were charged by the Borough Surveyor with having sold oysters on the Marine-parade, the same not being a market place.—P.C. Rowlands and P.C. Powell gave evidence.—Henlon said he was not aware he had to take out a licence to sell shell-fish, and Coneily said he wa on the foreshore and not on tHe Terrace, and he was willing to have his oysters examined by the Medical Officer each morning.—The Bench fined each defendant 5s. and ordered them Ito pay costs.—Mr R. J. Jones said the members of the Council did not take part in adjudicating that case. ^f:u-ity to c. Pony. —Richard Wafckios. mail cart driver, Bridge-street, was summoned by Inspector Styan, Carmarthen far having worked a horse whilst in an unfit state on the 23rd August. -The Inspector said that on the 23rd about 5-45 he W is near the Post Office and saw defendant drive up with the mail cart from Aberayron. On the near side was a large entire horse and on the off siae a small cbesnut-coloured pony which had a sore about the size of a two-shilling piece, evidently caused by rubbing against the pole.-Mr A. J. Hughes. who appeared for defendant, asked for a week's adjournment. He also stated that the Inspector had actually arrested1 the defendant and took aim down to gaol.-The Inspector said he had done nothing of the sort.-Mr Hughes added that he must have been arrested for he was put under recognizances to appear. The defendant was known in Aberystwyth better than the In- H no citizen should have been sllbjv2te;1 to.-The Inspector said his reason for acting as he had done was to enable the magistrate t:) see the pony. The man was given into custody with that view.—Mr Hughes said the her, could have been detained but the Inspector said he knew what he was doing and knew also that he could not detain the horse unless he detained the dri,,er, • n the Muyr and richer r v, ri,r the Hall co examine the pony. Maintenance.—William Morgan, farmer, Panty- ffynon, Elerch Edward Morgan, butcher, Aber- ayron Catherine Morgan, spinster. Winllan, Taly- bont; Grace E. Morgan, spinster, Bryngwyn House, Borth: and Elizabeth Morgan, spinster, 9, Dawlieh- street, Wandsworth, were summoned for neglecting to maintain their mother.—The Bcnch discharged the girls who were in service, put Is. 6d. a week on Euwa>rd Morgan and 2s. 6d. on William Morgan, who was said to have got what the mother once possessed and was now a farmer paying a rent of :i5û. Di unk ami 'Iy. -John Walsh, labourer, Swansea, and John Baker, labourer, Kildare, wertf gammoned by P.S. Phillips for having been drunk and disorderly in Castle -street. -Baker, having been previously convicted, was sent to prison for one month and IN-alsh was discharged on promising to leave the town.






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