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LAViPETER. St. David's College.—The students re- turned lor the Hilary term on Wednesday. The Schools.—The St. David's College School re-opens to-morrow Friday, and the next term of the Girl's Secondary School will commence on Monday. Fair.—The annual fair known as "Ffair Oblin," was held on Monday last. The weather being wet and cold, there was but a small attendance. Very little business was transacted, and cattle showed a slight decrease in their prices. Meeting at the Workhouse.—Quite unique in the annals of the Police Court at Lampe- ter, the prisoner's box in the Town Hall on Friday was over filled with tramps, who were charged by the Workhouse master (Mr James Evans) with refusing to perform their allotted task that morning. They were John Taylor, James Whitewood, Her- bert Davies, Arthur Davies, John Tregon- ning and F. Hanson. It appears that all the defendants had agreed not to break stones, and wfiffi asKetf to do so, used most threatening language. They all gave as an excuse that their clothes had not been dried. Sergeant Thomas thereupon examined each one's clothing,, and said that they were quite fit for wearing.—The Mayor( Alderman Joseph Davies) sentenced the six to seven days' imprisonment.

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