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LOCAL POLICE COURTS. WELSHPOOL BOROUGH SESSIONS,— TUESDAY. Before the Mayor (E. O. Jones), D. P. Owen, D. Wall, and W. Rogers, Esqs., and Col. Twytoru. D.C.C. Crowden was present. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—John Jones, labourer, of iVnio.* Kow, was cuarged by P.C. John Jones with being drunk and disorderly in Hall-street on the 29th ult. Witness stated that he found defendant in Hall-street endeavouring to gain admittance to the Foxes Inn. He was very drunk and making use of very bad language. A woman was at the door of the Ian, aud prevented him going in. requested him to go awav, and he then caused the disturbance complained of. A short time afterwards defendant was again disorderly. Jones, who did not appear, was fined 10s including costs. DRUNK ON LICENSED PREMISES.—Richard Evans, Windmill, Welshpool, was summoned by P.C. Jones for this offence, committed on the 29th ult. Defen- dant pleaded not Ruilty.-Witness stated that on the 29th August he found the defendant in the Talbot Inn. He was very drunk. Witness turned him out and threatened to look him up.—The case was ad. journed for a fortnight. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. — Edward Davies, Powell's Row, and Thos. Jones, Norfolk Row, labourers, were both charged bv P C. Jones with I being drunk and disorderly on the 29th Aug. Prose- cutor deposed that on the diy in question he found both the defendants in High-street, arm in arm stag- gering drunk. Both became disorderly, and Davies told witness to go to h Neither defendant ap peared, but Jones's mother appeared and asked t^e Bflnch to deal as ligbtly with her son as they possibly could as it Was the first time he had been sumaione i in his life.-They were both fined 8a each including costs. DRUNK.—Joseph Hughes, Whittington-paasage, was found by P.C. Rees in Whittington-passage. De- fendant admitted the cas-e and was fined 58 including costs, or seven days' hard labour. TAKING NO HEED OF THE NOTICES. Henry Gardiner, Bowling Green-lane, was changed by P.C. Jonej with using obscene larjjuage. Witness stated that on the 7th September he W*B goirigt (Invn Bow- ling Green-lane, and when passing the defendant's houae, defendant came out and called out What the does the——policeman want in these parts." —Defendant denied the offence, and cross-examined the constable as to where he was standing when he used the bad language.rhe Mayor said they would take a lenient view of the case, but if the defendant came before them again they would inflict a heavy punishment. They dismissed the C' R" and hoped that it would be a caution to the defendant. DECAMPING —The name of Edwin Elns, labouier Middletown. Buttington, was down on the charge ebeet for being drunk. Defendant was locked up on Saturday and was released on being bound over for ifife to appear in court that day. Supt. Crowden asked for a warrant to be taken out for his arrest, which WboS granted. The case was adjourned until deftn, dint's apprehension. WELSHPOOL.—WEDNESDAY. Before Ed. Jones (Mayor), D. P. Owen, and T. R Morris, Eqs.. DRUNK AND DISORDERLF.—Elwin Ellis Butting- ton was brought up in custody under a warrant and charged with being drunk and disorderly at the Tal- hot Inu on tb8 previous Saturday, and was fined 5s including costs. NEWTOWN,—THURSDAY. Before R. Lloyd, Esq. (chairman), and Capt. E. Pryce-Jones. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Price James was brought up in custody, and charged by P.C. Davies with being drunk and disorderly in Broad-street on the previous night. Witness stated that he found the defendant drunk and creating a disturbance in Broad-street. Witness requested him to go home. but he would not 1£0, and he was obliged to look him up. Fined 5s and costs. The Chairman severely reprimanded the defendant, aud cautioned him that if he came there again they would have to send him to prison without the option of a fine. CAERSWS,-MOIqDAY. Before J. Pryce Davies, Esq., and Captain Adams Inspector Lake presented his report, which showed that all the licensed houses had been satisfactorily conducted. All liceqses were renewed.—John Davies. Bird in Hand Inn, Swansea, was ordered to pay arrears due upon an order to support his father.— Daniel Owen, water bailiff, charged George Blythe, f Penygraig, Llanidloes, with taking out of the Severn the young of salmon on Augnst 24th.—The Bench ad. journed the case to September 25th.-Evan Jenkins. Brynypentre, Aberhafesp, was charged by P.C. W,- Davies, Caersws, with being drank ana disor* derly in bridge-street, Caersws. on August 22nd.— Raffed 2* 8d, aad 5s eosta.







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