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AMMANFORD. I

BR-YN AMMAN. )

CARMARTHEN. I

CWMAMMAN. I

! CLYDACH.

GOWERTOX.

GWAUN-CAE-GURWEN I AND CWMGORSE.

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I ; -JERSEY MARINE. 1

KIDWELLY.I

LLANDEBIE. -I

LOUGHOR.I

I LLANDILO. ;!

LLAXSADWRN.. I;

LLANGADOCK. I

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LLANGADOCK. I A number of Belgian refugees arrived at Llangadock Railway Station at the close 01 the week, and were accorded a hearty welcome, 'i hev are being accommodated at Glatisevin Mansion, which has, through the kindness of Mr. E. P. Lloyd, been placed at the local committee's disposal. POLICE COURT. I Thursday.—Before Col. Lloyd Harries (in the chair). Aid. C. P. Lewis, Mr. Mer- vyn Peel. Col. Peddar. Mr. David Davies. and Mr. T. Roberts. A Nameless Dog. Morgan Price, Esgerlleithdy, Mothvey. was summoned for having a dog on the highway without the owner's name and address being inscribed on the collar. He was ordered to pay the costs—7a. I Drunk and Disorderly. P.C. E. J. Reynolds charged John Wal-1 ters, labourer, residing in the Backway, I Llangadock, with being drank and dis- orderly on the 8th instant.—Defendant was warned by the Bench as to his future conduct, a-nd ordered to pay 2s. 6d. and costs. The same complainant charged Rees Harries, junior, Backway, Llangadock, an old offender, with being drunk and dis- orderly on the 17th of October. Defend- ant did not then appear, and a warrant I was issued. He was now fined 5s. and costs. The eame defendant was further charged by P.C. Reynolds with liviii" drunk in the Back-way on the 9th of November. He was fined 5s. and costs. I lie was further charged with drunkenness on the Sth instant. In this latter charge defendant elected to be tried by a jury, and was committed to the next Quarter Sessions at Carmarthen. Larceny. John Perkins. Old Farmers, Llangadock. was charged with stealing a shovel, a fire shovel, and one Hue brush, of the value of the property of Mr. A. F. Lewis. Upper Shop. Mr. Hurley, solicitor. Llan- diio, appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Mrs. A. F. Lewis said she saw the de- fendant leave the Hour stores carrying a Fack, which was alleged to contain the stolen property. Witness followed defend- ant into the garage, and asked her chauffeur who the sack belonged to. He replied that he knew nothing about it. Defendant had no right to be in the stores. He told witness that he was in the stores for tiles for a grate before he went into the garage. P.C. Evan Davies, Llangadock, said he saw the defendant leaving the storeo at 12.10 in the afternoon with a eack in his hand. The handle of a new shovel was projecting from it. Witness kept defend- ant under observation, and he evidently saw him. Defendant placed the sack in a doorway near the entrance to the garage. He then wont into the garage and con- versed with the chauficur. About five minutes later Mrs. Lewis came on the scene. Seeing the sack, she examined it, and then carried it to the garage, and asked the chauffeur, in the presence of defendant, to whom the sack belonged. He replied, I don't know." She identified the articles as the property of her hus- band. She then took them to the stores. From enquiries made witness interviewed the defendant. Be cautioned and charged him at the Plough Inn with stealing the articles enumerated. Defendant replied, cc I know nothing of the saok." Asked if he came from the garage, he replied "Yes," but denied that, ha had a sack. Witness told defendant he would be re- ported. and took possession of the pro- perty." Evidence was given by Williams, the chauffeur, and Mr. A. F. Lewis, who identified the articles as his property. Defendant was bodrid over and ordered to pay the costs. The Bench said they were dealing leniently with him, ay it was his first offence. 1 ■' ■ ——

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MORRISTON. I

PONTARDULAIS. 1:

PONTARDAWE. I

SWAJSSEA. I

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