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MACHYNLLETH. Xr:9i\ 111.;TX}:03.Jrr. II. S. V'iiH3D.tioy pir,nofortu tuner and repairer, who has taken over his late father's business at Aberystwyth, under the name of W. R. Wheatley and Sons, intends paying regular visits to this neighbourhood, when con- tracts for tuning etc., will be entered into. PETTY SESSIONS.—These Sessions were held on Wednesday, before Messrs Joseph Evans, X. B. Owen, Edward Rees, and Edward Hughes. — P.C. R. O. Jones charged Wm. "Vaughan, with a breach of the peace at Machynlleth on April 25th,—Daft, admitted the offence and was over in the sum of £ 5 to keep the peace for six months and to pay 5s costs.—Humphrey Williams, painter, and John and Norman Owen, butchers', were charged by Inspector Abraham Breeze, with having in their possession unstamped scales, and they were each fined 5s and 5s costs.—Evan Price and Margaret Vaughan were boah charged by P.C. A. Owen with allowing donkeys to stray on the highway on May 3rd, and were each fined Is and 4s costs.—P.C. Ilugh Jones chaarged Richard Jones, William Warner, and Rosanna Price, tramping hawkers, with being drunk and disorderly at Llanbrynmair on May 9th.-The female had net been served with a summons, but the two men were fined 3s and 7s costs, in default seven days' imprisonment.—P.C. Richard Jones charged John Pugh, Hugh Evans, and Richard Lumley with bringing sheep from Merionethshire into Montgomeryshire without having observed the requirements now in force. The defendants admitted the offence but pleaded ignorance of the bye-law and were each fined Is and 4s costs.—Auraham Roberts was charged by P.S. Hamer with being drunk at Machynlleth on May 25th and was fined 7s 6d including costs, in default seven days' imprisonment.—The defendant did not appear.

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

THE CHURCH DIFFICULTY AT MACHYNLLETH.

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