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Carnegie Scholarship.

The Cardiff Pageant. j I

Y.M.C.A. Buildings. I

I Hotel Agreement Dispute.I





BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES; At the Police Cour on. Monday, before I Messrs. R. H. Sampson, R. Margrave, Frank I Nevill, and Thos. Griffiths. I FOLLOWED BY CHILDREN. i Catherine Jane Williams. Williams Terrace. I Burry Port, was summoned fot- being drunk. I P.S. Morgan stated that he saw the defen- dant very drunk in Stepney Road. She was I proceeding towards her home, and i i-i L, I followed by a number of children. Supt. Rogers reported a previous conviction and the defendant was lined 10s. I QDrNCI) .y D"L'I"ITI,r' I SUNDAY DRINKING. I Henry Davies, 27 Brynmor Road, pleaded guilty to being drunk at Burry Port on Sun- day, May 9th, and was fined 10s. John Davies, Water Street, was summoned for being drunk in Church Street on May 2nd Defendant pleaded guilty, and evidence was given by P.C. Tom Evans. The Presiding Magistrate: This case was on a Sunday again. They are mostly on Sunday. How is that accounted for? Defendant was fined 10s. TURNED OUT OF THE HOTEL. George May, Cefnmawr, was summoned for being drunk at the, Halfway Hotel on May 1st. Defendant pleaded guilty. P.C. Davies said he requested the landlady to turn him out, and she did so. Defendant was fined 10s. DRUNK. Cornelius Kavaning, Grovesend, was hneu.. | 10s for drunkenness on Sunday in Park Street, I NO LIGHT William Thomas, Station Road, was sum- moned for driving a cart without a light. Defendant did not appear, and, evidence having been given, lie was fined 2s. 6d. EJECTMENT ORDER. David Phillips, builder, applied for an ejectment order against William Lewis, Dolau Road. The application was granted. AN ILLEGAL PURCHASE. Barnett Davies, marine dealer, Tunnel Rd., was charged with unlawfully purchasing a quantity of metal, the weight being less than one hundredweight. G. H. Weaver, Spring Gardens, said that on May 5th he offered the defendant a piece of lead and old iron, for which he received 3gd. Detective-sergeant Hodge Lewis said that 2 on the 5th instant he called at the defendant's yard, and saw the piece of lead piping pro- duced. Defendant admitted having purchased the lead, and said other people did the same thing. Defendant said he had only been a marine store-dealer1 for three months, and did not know that he had committed an offence. The Presiding Magistrate: It is your busi- ness to know the law You understand the law on .the point now, don't you ? Defendant: Yes, sir. The Presiding Magistrate: Then yon are dismissed, but you must pay 5s. towards the costs.

The Hospital Rangers.i




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! -Trimsaran.

! Pontyberem.

I Welsh District Councils.