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LLANDYSILIO. PETTY SESSIONS,—SATURDAY WEEK. Before Captain Myf-on, chairman, and R. O. Perrott, Esq. Drunk and Disorderly. -Edward .Tone". Devt^enr Cottage, Llansaintffraidd, charged by P.C. Brumwell with being drunk and disorderly on June 23rd. was fined 128 6d including costs.—Hugh Lloyd, mason, Pant, charged by P.C Lewis with a similar offence on June 23rd, was fined 5s and coats. Trawjer.—The licence of the Horse Shoe Inn, Cefnycoed, was transferred from John Jones to Wm. Thomas. School Attendance Cases.-Ellis Edward- and Lydia Edwards, both of Barracks, Llansaintff. aid, were summoned by Evan Thomas, school attendance officer, Meifod, for a breach of the Educitiou Act, and attendance orders were made in each case. Riding without Beitis.-William Francis, Llandrinio Hall, farm servant, was summoned at the instaLce of Alfred Riley for riding without reins nn a waggon on June lSth.-Defendant, pleaded guilty, and was fined 12s 6d including costs. L*acing Suddenly.—John Owen, a cowman, Llan- drinio Hall, was charged by Benjamin Beddo s, farmer, Pinfold, with leaving his service without giving proper notice.-The complainant having given evidence to show that this was the case claimed X2 damages.—The defendant was ordered to p;y Xi compensation and 6s costs. Chanrges of Assault.—John Owen, the defendant in the previous case, was charged by Job Beddoes with assaulting him on July 12 h.—Complainant said defendant met him oa the road near Llandrinio Hall, and hi", him down.-Robeit Efans said he was with the complainant on the night of the assault. Defendant came up and struck the complainant against witress, and they were both knocked down. Defendant was ordered to pay 10s costs.—Henry Davies, labourer, Trederwern, was charged by John Davies, groom, Trederwern, with assault on Ju:y 30th.-—The complainant sa;i hews returnin from the vil:ale in company with the defendant and three other men. The defendant became quartelsome, pushed him about, and subsequently struck him in the fac.-P.C. Brumwell said he saw the defendant's face after the blow, and it was bleedirg freelv.- Fined 7i1 6d and costs.—Edmund Thomas, Worbet,, builder, summoned Wm. Edwards, Haim WTood, labourer, for assault on July 12th.—Defendant ad- mitted hitting the complainant, who was his land- lord.—Fined 2s 6d and costs. Ejectment.—Mr Howell, of Rbiewport. applied for a warrant of ejcctment against Ann Jane Jones, The Hollies, LlansaintiSraid.—Mr Thomas Jones (from the office of Mr W. A. Pughe, Llanfyllin) appeared on behalf of the tenant.—An agreement was pro- duced showing that John Davies, since deceased, had become tenant to Mr Howeil of a cottage and land at a rent of 5e 9d per week, and the probate of John Davies's will was put in evidence, Ann Jane Jones being the executrix. A week's no: ice had been given to the latter to terminate the tenancy.—Mr Thomas Jones contended that Mr Howell being merely mort- gagee, there was no relation of landlord and tenant between the parties. Under the devise in the will his client claimed the whole of the property subject to the mortgage.—After bearinethe evidence of Mr Howell and Mr Jone. the masistrates granted the warrant of ejectment without costs.




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