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- Aberystwyth Town Council.

;The Temperance Movement

LLANDYSSUL.

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LLANDYSSUL. PETTY SESSIONS. The monthly Petty Sessions were held on Wed- nesday, December 31st, before Mr Charles Lloyd (in the chair), Captain Stewart, Mr D J Lloyd, and the Rev fhos Thomas. Drunk on Licensed Premises.—John Williams, Brynllofawr, Llanybyther, was charged by P.C. W G Morgan, with having been drunk on the licensed premises of Penrhiwllyn Inn on December 1st. This being his second offence within the past twelve months, a fine of P.1 and costs was imposed. -P.C. Morgan also charged Rees Lloyd, Pannau- gleision, Caio, a farmer and cattle dealer, with a similar offence and at the same public house, and he was fined 10s and costs. Drunk and Disord,-rly.-For being drunk find disorderly at Llanybyther, James Rogers, Slang, Llandilo, was fined 5s and costs.-P.C. Morgan proved the case. Drunk.—John Jon'es, Reading Room, Llany- bytber, was charged by P.C. Morgan with having been drunk on the highway at Llanybyther, and a fine of 2s 6d and costs was imposed. Uninscribed I-ehicles.-P.C. Morgan, Llany- byther, charged Evan Davies, Tower Farm, Pen- cader, with using a light spring cart with no name painted thereon. The Bench fined the defendant 2s 6d and costs.-P.C, Morgan charged Eleanor Lewis, Rhydyfallen, Pencarreg. with a like offence, and she also was fined 2s 6d and costs. Drunk and Digorderly.-P.C. Lewis, Llandyssul, charged Evan Jones, Capel Cynon, Llandysiliogogo, with having been drunk and disorderly.—Defend- ant was fined 5s and costs. Driinkenness.-P.C. Lewis preferred a charge of drunkenness against Wm Jones, 2, Church-street, Llandyssul, and this having been proved, a fine of 23 6d and costs was inflicted. Unmuzzled Dogs.—Daniel Evans, Glanteifi; Wm Jones, Cefnisaf, Llangeler; and John Lloyd, Tem- perance House, Pencader, were charged by P.C. Lewis, with allowing their dogs to be wnmuzzled on the highway.—Fined 6d each. Extension—Mr A E Smith, Porth Hotel, was granted an hour's extension on the 15th January, Calan Hen day. Sivorn I)t.-P.C. Chailes Chapman, New Court, was sworn in as a constable to do duty in Carmar- thenshire when required. Licensing Day.-Fet)ruary 11th was fixed upon as the date for the renewal of licenses.

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PENLLWYN.

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,The New Licensing Act.

PENMORFA.

DRUNKEN JURYMEN.

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ELECTROCUTED BY ACCIDENT.

RICHMOND JEWELLERY ROBBERY

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YSBYTTY YSTWYTH.

THE MOORISH CRISIS.

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