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ILOCAL POLICE COURTS.

LLANGADOCK.

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LLANGADOCK. Thursday.—Before Mr. D. Jonee Lewis (in the chair), Colonel T. Lloyd Harries, Colonel J. H. W. Peddar, and Messrs. Mervyn Peel, C. P. Lewis, and T. Roberts. In Private Waters. Wm. J. Sniith, 17, Harold-street. Ammanford, was summoned for fishing in private waters in the river Towy tU the 24th of May. Defendant had been sum- moned for the previous court, but did rot put in an appearance, and the case had therefore been adjourned.—Deputy Chief Constable Evans now stated that in all probability defendant had since joined the Army.—The case was thereupon with- drawn. Drunk and Disorderly. Samuel Jones, labourer, Llangadock, was summoned for being drunk and dis- orderly in Queen-square, Llangadock, on the 19th June.—Defendant, against whom there were previous convictions, did not appear. He was fined 10s. Allege4 Assatilt. Thomas Jones, Brynhyfryd, Arthur- street, Ammanford, summoned Thomas Williams, Garregleven. Mothvey, and Wm. Hughes, Cefngwrych, Mothvey, timber hauliers, for assaulting him on the 10th July last. Mr W. L. Smith, Amman- ford, appeared for the complainant, and stated that the parties had come to a settlement, defendants paying all costs. He asked the Bench to allow the charges to be withdrawn. The magistrates con- sented. A Collarless Bow-Wow. Jane James, Glaniowy, Llangadock, was summoned for allowing a dog on the highway in Station-road oil the 16th July without a collar. She was fined 58. 6d. Sunday Drunkenness. Morgan Williams, Spain Cottage, was summoned for being drunk in Church- street, Llangadock, on Sunday, July 4th. There were previous convictions, and he was fined 10s. John Williams, Llansadwrn, was simi- larly summoned, the offence having taken place on Queen-square, Llangadock. on the 12th July. Defendant, who did not appear, was fined 7s. 6d. He was also charged with being drunk on Llanwrda- road on the 17th Juh-. He was fined 10s. He was further charged with being drunk and disorderly on the Lampeter-road on the 26th July P.C. Thomas stated that lie found defendant very drunk and making use of had language and kicking his eoat along the road for some distance. Defendant was fined 20s.

LLANDILO.

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