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Garnant Re-union. I

Ammanford Police Court.


Ammanford Police Court. I Monday, before Mr. D. Riawds (in the 11 hair) and Mr. Arthur WNhams. REFUSED. Mr. Whittington, from the office of Mr. T. M. Evans, M.A., on behalf of Mr. David Evans, Ivy Bush Hotel, Llandebie, applied for an extension of hours from 2.30 p.m. until 6 p.m. on the occasion of sheep dog trials, etc., to be held at Llandebie, on Saturday, the 27th September. The application was not entertained. WITHOUT WARNING. Moses Harries, 34, Gorsddu Road, Peny- j groes, was summoned for not giving sufficient warning of the approach of his motor cycle. P.C. W. J. Jones deposed ttiat,at 6.30 p.m. on the 6th ult. he saw defendant approaching on a motor cycle. He gave no warning, although a very large number of people were about at fthe time, nduding women and children. Defendant, when accosted by the officer, said that the road was clear at the time, and he had sounded his horn. A fine of S.1 inclusive was imposed. MUSICAL. George Thomas, Brook Terrace, Nant- gwyne Road, Garnant, was seen at 10.15 p.m. on the 6th of this month, with a crowd around him in Cwmamman Road, and was playing an accordian. He was drunk. Defendant appeared before the Court in I 1914 on a similar offence. Fined 15s. inclusive. THE CURSED DRINK. Thomas Price, Colliers' Row, Gamant, was I fined 9s. for being drunk :n Cwmamman Road. A MILD 'UN. I Sergt. Morgan found John Jones, 3, Panty- Lliw, Llandebie, quarrelling with his wife and using threatening language towards her. He was very drunk, and was several times requested to be quiet. The offence took place at 9.40 p.m. on the 15th inst. In reply to the Bench defendant said that he had a family of ten to support. The Chairman (humorously): And the drink. This was not defendant's debut, and he was fined 15/6 inclusive.

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