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IMPERIAL YEOMANRY UNDER CANVAS.

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LLANBADARNFYNYDD.

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LLANBADARNFYNYDD. A LAMPLXSS CYCLIST. -A.Ifred Davies, farm servant, Llaust. Llandewv, was fined Is and 5s 6d oosts at Penybont SeFsi, Jl5 for riding a bicycle without a light. Constable Johns said defendant had no lamp, and the latter stated that he was riding behind a trap and had a friend walking with him. A TIPSY LABOURER.—George Wozercraft, farm labourer. Goitre, Llananno, was summoned at Penybont Sessions for being drunk and disorderly at Llanbadarn on May 18th. He did not appear. P.C. Johns said that this was the night of the May fair at Llanbadarn-fynydd, and about nine o'clock he saw Wozencraft outside the Rose and Crown Inn very drunk. He afterwards went inside and witness followed and told the landlady to get him off the premises. Defendant then came outside and walked up and down the road using very bad language, and fell down twice. Afterwards he returned to the Rose and Crown and tried to obtain more drink, and witness told him that unless he went away he should have to lock him up. Eventually he went home. He was there about an hour altogether, and being fair day there was a lot of people about.—By the Chairman Witness did not see him served at the Rose and Crown, but understood he had bad some of the drink there.—The Chairman said that if they got men into that state the matter wanted looking into. A fine of 5s, with 5s 6d oosts, was imposed. Printed and published by WILUAIC PVØB PHILLIPS and GILBERT NORTON PHILLIPS- (trading. as PHILLIPS & SON), at their- Offices, St. Mary's Printing Worfc*, OM- Ohurob-stroeft, Nortown.