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^ -ANOTHER PUBLIC LOSS. I

THE NEW SCHOOL BOAR]) CLERK.

I THE COUNCIL'S ACCOUNTS.I

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

A LOCAL PAPER AND THE REV.…

INTERESTING MARRIAGE AT LLANGENNECH.

I THE CRICKET CLUB. I-__

ANALYST TO THE COUNCIL. I

CARDIFF'S CLAIM TO THE UNIVERSITY…

THE GOSPEL AMONG THE JEWS.

THE LLANELLY FLOWER SHOW SOCIETY

iORDINATION OF A YOUNG i -…

DEATH OF MR. JOHN HUM--PHREYS,…

I SCHOOL BOARD CLERK

MAGISTRATES' COURT.I

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MAGISTRATES' COURT. I TOWN HALL, WEDNESDAY, before Messrs. J. S. Tregoning, E. Trubshaw, H. Wilkins. and Major I Bythway. NON-PAYMENT OF POOR RATES. I A number of persons were charged with non-payment I of poor rates. In most of the cases orders for pay- ment were made. ADULTERATED MILK. I R. Powell, Richard-street, was charged with selling adulterated milk on the 19th ult. Mr. H. W. Spowart prosecuted on behalf of the Borough Council. The Defendant said that he had recently lost a cow, and, in consequeuce, he had been forced to purchase milk elsewhere to supply his customers. The milk the inspector bought off his daughter was milk that had been bought from another place. The Bench fined him 2s. 6d. and costs 17s. TEMPORARY TRANSFER OF LICENSE. I Mary Ann Ramsay applied for the temporary trans- fer of the Ashburnbam Hotel. The Bench granted the I application. DRUNKS. I W. Carpenter. Pembrey-road, was charged with being drunk in Pembrey-road on the 2ud inst., Mr. W. H. Howell appeared for the defendant. The Bench fined the defendant 5s. and costs. W. Davies, Crooked-row, was charged with being Arasjk in Water-street on the 27th ult. A line of 14s. 6d. including costs was imposed. Thomas Davies, 7 Bryn-terrace, was charged with being drunk on the 2nd inst in Nelson-terrace. Mr. D. G. Rees appeared for the defendant. The defendant was fined 15s. fid. including costs. ON SUSPICION. I Thomas Jones, of no fixed abode, was charged on suspicion with being a deserter. The Bench said there was no evidence against him and he was therefore discharged. The defendant said that he had been custody since Monda.y and had lost 12s. 6d. in consequence. The Bench said it was his own fault through not giving a proper explanation. I NO DOG LICENSE. I Morris Evans, 64, Tumble-row, was charged with keeping a dog without a license on the 9th ult. D. Daniels, Tumble, sworn, said that he bad seen the dog with Morris Evans on several occasions. He had sepn it with him on the street. He told him not to keep the dog. Since this conversation, he had seen the dog with the defendaut.-The Bench fined the defendant Is. and costs £1. D. Williams, 82, Tumble-row, was charged with keeping a dog without a license on the 24 ult. P.C. W. J. Britten proved the case, and the defend- ant was fined 2s. 6d. and costs. Mervyn James, Pinged, was fined 2s. 6d. for keeping a dog without a license. I A MAINTENANCE ORDER. I Mary James, Tyrfran, Llanelly, wife of William James, made au application for an order under the Summary Jurisdiction (Married Woman's) Act, 1895. Mr. T. J. Williams appeared for the complainant a.nd Mr. W. Howell for the defence. Mary James, the complainant, sworn, said that she bad been married 20 years. On March 22nd, her hus- band locked her out and he had done so on previous occasions. In consequence of his conduct she went te Tyrfran. Defendant bad told her to go where she liked aud that she was not wanted with him. About nine weeks ago he threatened to shoot her. Cross-examined by Mr. Howell She would not go back to him. She was in fear of him. She was afraid of him in drink and when he was sober. Annie James, daughter of the defendant, also gave evidence. The Bench said that the case of desertion had not been proved, and they therefore dismissed the application. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. I R. Davies and R. Bowen, Llangennecb, were fined for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. CHIMNEY SWEEP IN TROUBLE. W. Croome, a sweep, was fined ;Cl-or in default 14 days-for stealing a chimney sweeping machine. MARKET BYE-LAWS. Charles Collis, senior, Charles Collis, junior, and W. J. Collis were charged with breaking the market bye-laws by fighting. The case against the senior Collis was dismissed, but the younger defendants were fined 11s. 6d. each.

SERIOUS ILLNESS OF MR. CLIFF…

ENTERTAINMENT AT SILOH CHAPEL.

LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD.

| DEATH OF MR. HENRY J. HOWELL.

THOSE WHO LABQUR.

FIRE -IN VAUGHAN STREET.