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LLANILAR. NOT A THINO or L,EAUTY. "-The village tub. QUERY.—Where and when the Chapel Sunday Schools are going for their annual trip. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NiNE.-Not before it was needed the station footbridge over the Ystwyth is being repaired. SEED TIME AND HARVEST.—This old deluvian pro- mise is being amply fulfilled (in this district anyway), and abundant crops of hay have been and are being housed in good condition. ANWEDDAIDD ydyw iaith ieuenctyd yr ardal ar y croesfh-rdd yn vr hwyrnos. Cofier fod ymddidd- anion drwg yn llvgru moesau da. PETTY SESSIONS.—FRIDAY. Before Earl of Lisburne (Chairman), T. J. Wadding- ham, Esq., Rev. T. M. Jones, and Dr. R. D. Roberts. Superintendent Phillips charged Morgan Lloyd, Graigwen, Llanilar, with keeping a dog without a license. The defendant was ordered to pay costs. Superintendent Phillips charged Evan Pugh Evans, Farmers' Arms, Llanfihangel Creuddyn for being drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s. 6d. and costs. Superintendent Phillips charged David Morgan, New Inn, Llanerchaiarn, for allowing a horse to stray on the highway. Fined 5s. and costs. Superintendent Thomas Cruikshank, Inland Revenue, Aberystwyth, charged James Evans, Troedyfoel, Llangwyryfon, for carrying a gun without a license. Fined 10s. including costs. Superintendent T. Cruickshank charged Morgan Richards, Blaencynon, Llanfihangel Creuddyn, for keeping a carriage without a license. Fined 2s. 6d. including costs. The summons taken out by James James, Ffvnon- howel, Llanrhystyd, against J. R. Rowlands' and Catherine Rowlands, Cefntrawsnant, in respect to non-payment of tithes, was adjourned. Superintendent Phillips charged Thomas Barson, Railway Terrace, Aberystwyth, for being drunk in charge of a carriage and pair. Fined P,2 and costs. Thomas Morgan, Tynffordd, School Attendance Officer, charged David Thomas, Cwmmeidion ucha, for neglecting to send his three children to school. In two cases he was fined 5s. including costs, and the other was ordered to attend. Thomas Morgan, School Attendance Officer, charged William James, Tanyquarrel, Llanfihangel Creuddyn, and James Evans, Rhosygorlan, for neglecting to send their children to school. In both cases the children were ordered to attend. Mary Williams. Esgair hir, Blaenplwyf, charged Thomas Morris Evans, Esgair hir, for assault and battery. The case was adjourned.








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