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Haverfordwest Petty Sessions.



MILFORD HAVEN. Our readers are respectfully invited to forward us notice of births, marriagos, or deaths, which we insert free of charge, the only condition being that they are accompanied with the name and address of the sender. Communications left at our Milford office not later than Tuesday noon will ensure insertion in the next issue of the Telegraph. Every description of Plain and Ornamental PRINTING neatly and expeditiously executed at very low prices, at the lelegraph Printing Offices, Priory Street, Milford Haven. William Lewis & Sons Pro- prietors. NOTICE.—As previously announced Mr Henry Evans, R.C.S., Dental Surgeon, intends visiting Milford Haven, at 36, Charles Street, every alternate Monday, com- mencing Monday, Nov. 20th, 1899. JExtraction free from 12 to 1 o'clock. DENTAL NOTICE. Messrs F. Owen & Co., Surgeon Dentists, now attend at Mr Bevans, stationer, 12a, Charles Street, MilfordHaven, every other Tuesday. See large advertisement. Consultation free. American Dentistry. Teeth fixed by the company's Patent Suction requiring no fastening. ?oi- eating and articulation they are equal to the natural teeth. WESLEY GUILD.-The session was opened on Monday evening last with a social and musical gathering. The opening address was given by the esteemed minister, Rev. J. Arthur Turner. During the evening a solo was rendered by Miss Lloyd, of Pembroke Dock; and a recitatation by Miss Rigby, whilst the Choir rendered several choruses. Refreshments were partaken of at intervals, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. MILFORD POLICE COURT. On Thursday—before Dr. Griffith and Colonel W. R. Roberts—Arthur Rogers, joiner, native of the town, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Robert Street the night previous.—P.S. Brinn deposed that at 12 o'clock on the night in question, the accused was threatening to kill his sister and his father with a poker in his father's house, and subsequently came into the street. His father made complaints against his conduct, and witness took him into custody.—Fined 5s without costs. Given a month to pay. Oil Saturday—before Col. Roberts and Mr J. Whicher —James Barnes, was once more charged with being drunk and disorderly at Milford and Friday night.-P.S. Brinn deposed that at 11.;30 p.m. Dock P.S. Evans called upon him and requested him to remove the prisoner from the Dock entrance, where he was lying. Witness lifted him up and requested him to go to his lodgings, when he became most abusive and used offensive language, where- upon witness took him into custody. Prisoner behaved very disorderly all the way to tho police station.—Com- mitted to prison for seven days without the option of a fine.—Dock P.S. Evans corroborated. On Monday—before Dr. Griffith and Colonel Roberts- John Griffiths, a blacksmith, was charged with disobeyincr a maintenance order made at Milford on November "IGth last year. Defendant, who was a Milford man, deserted his wife and six children between two and three years ago, and made his home at Mountain Ash, Glamorgan- shire. On the date aforementioned he was ordered to j)ay 12s per week for the the maintenance of his wife and lamily, he payed for some time, but for the past 1:3 weeks had neglected to send anything.—Prisoner said he was only earning 19s. a week, and therefore could not pay the amount ordered.—Sarah Griffiths, his wife, OIl being sworn, said that two of the six children were now able to earn for themselves, the remaining four, however, were very small, and were in want of necessaries.—Committed to prison for one month, with hard labour. On Tuesday—before Col. Roberts and Mr J. Whicher —Arthur Evans, fisherman, of Hakin, an old offender, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at Hakin the previous night.-P.C. Warlow, No. 9, deposed that at 11.;)0 he saw accused drunk and disorderly in Point Street. He took him to his sister, Mrs Martin, who refused him admittance. Defendant then used very abusive language towards her and the constable, and the latter thereupon took him into custody. Prisoner behaved in a like manner all the way to the lock-up.—Fined 2s 6d and costs. Given a month to pay.




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