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LLANIDLOES. DRUNK: AND ]JISOUI>ERLY.—At the Police Court on Tuesday last, before Mr A. J. Morris (Mayor), and Mr Samuel Davies (Ex-Mavor), William James and Sarah James, hawkers, were brought up in cjstodv by P.C. Tudor, charged with being drunk and disorderly on the 25th insr,Fi.e(i 5s and 2s 6d costs respectively. INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION.—On Wednesday last a conference was held at the Public Rooms between the County Governing Body and the Local Governors on the financial condition of the schools and the appointment of teachers. The County Governing Body were represented by Mr. A. C. Humphreys-Owen, M.P., Mrs Humphreys-Owen, Mr. and Mrs Edward Davies (Plas Dinam), Mr. Richard Lloyd, and Mr. Wm. Cooke (Newtown). The local managers present were Mr. A. J. Morris (mavor), Rev. Maurice Griffiths, M:s. Davies, Mrs. Enlll Williams, Messrs J. Smout, E. Bowen, E. Hamer, Richard Evans, J. Godfrey Bovven, with Messrs D. A. Dp wis ami \V. Swancott -Morgan (clerks). The whole matter was investigated and the headmaster and headmistress were interviewed. It was found that the present financial position of the school would not justify the engagement of two assistants and that the governors might avail jthemscives of section 48 in the county scheme.—The Mayor pro- posed a vote of thanks to the members of the County Governing Body for their attendance, which was seconded by Mr J. Smout, and carried unanimously.—Mr Humphreys-Owen responded.— A meeting was afterwards held of the Local Governors, in which a sub-committee was appointed to wait upon the head master and head mistress to fully explain matters, and to secure the withdrawal of the resignation of the head mistress, and to make the necessary re-arrangement of salaries.— The contract for the erection of a new class room adjoining the National Schools has been let to Messrs Brown and Sons, builders, Dresden House. COUNTY SESSIONS, Tii u Rsi)A-Y.- Before Messrs John Smout, Edward Davies, A. J. Morris, and Danid Davies. S FX DAY DRIXKIXG.—Ed. Cadman, Penygraig- ¡ st> and Harvey Hamer, China-street, were summoned for being drunk at Trefeglwys on Sunday, May 3rd.— P.C. Davies said about 3-30 p.m. on Sunday, the 3rd iust., he was on duty near Trefeglwys, where he saw the defendants in a drunken state. He walked up to them and asked them their names, which they gave correctly.— In reply to the Chairman, P.C. Davies said he had made enquiries of the defen- dants as to what quantity of drink was sup- plied, and was told that seven quarts had been received between them.—Fined Is and costs in each case. Inspector Lake said lie would apply for a summons against the proprietor of the hotel, and proposed to call the defendants as witnesses. KKEPIXL; A DOG WITHOUT A LICEXSE. Acroyd Navlor, Cwtnbellan Factory, was summoned by Mr Price Davies, Excise, officer, for the above offence. Fined 7s 6d and costs.

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