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ABERYSTWYTH.

BORTH.

IMACHYNLLETH.

LLANBR YNM AIR.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANWNOG.

NEWTOWN.

MONTGOMERY.

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MONTGOMERY. POLICE COURT, TUESDAY.—Before the Mayor (Mr E. R. James) and the Ex-Mayor (Mr E. Williams). DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Mary Ann Smith, a married woman, who drove up to the Court in a closed carriage, in custody of the polica, was charged with a breach of the peace by being urank and dis- orderly on the previous evening, and also with maliciously damaging property.—Edward Embrey, landlord of the Buck Inn, said he found two panes of glass broken in a window at the back of the inn that morning, which had been broken during the night.—P.C. James Pryce said that about half-past ten on the previous evening he heard a row near the Buck. He went round there again about twelve. Mrs Smith came out about half-an-hour later, saying that she would smash the windows. She was very drunk, and used exceedingly bad language. She went and smashed one of the Buck windows with something. Witneps thee seized and locked her up. Prisoner had not recovered that morning, and was not fit to be brought to Court.— Prisoner pleaded that her husband had returned home the worse for drink, and the reason she smashed the window was because Mr Embrey drew drink for him.—The Mayor, addressing defendant, said that it was a very painful thing to see her, a respectable woman, charged before them with such a serious offence, and he hoped it would be a warning to her and her familv. They could not shut their eyes to that state of things, which had gone on for a long time, and they were determined to put a stop to it. It led to unhappiness and bad results for her family.—The Ex-Mayor concurred in these remarks and endorsed every word the Mayor had said.—Defendant was fined 5s and costs, and bound over in the sum of £5 to keep the peace for six mouths.

BISHOP'S CASTLE.

GUILSFIELD.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

MACHYNLLETH PARISH VESTRY.

ME. HUMPH RE YS-OWEN AND THE…

WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION

OSWESTRY.

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