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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

III-treating a Horse, I

I Leapt Out of a -Train.I

Missionary for the Congo.

I.LOCAL WEDDINGS.

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Yesterday's Police Court.I…

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Yesterday's Police Court. —o— Town Hall, Wednesday, before Messrs. E. Trubshaw, William David, and J. Clement. I NOT DRUNK NOR SOBER." Mary Williams, of no fixed anode, was sum- I moned for being drunk and disorderly. The Clerk: Were you drunk? Defendant: I was not sober nor drunk. I was in the middle of it (laughter). P.C. Davies said the woman came to the Police Station, and caused a disturbance, making use of bad language. She was also very drunk. Defendant was fined lOs.! and was allowed a fortnight to pay NO LICENCE. Jenkin Thomas, Penrliiw, Pembrey, was I charged with keeping a carriage without a licence. Defendant was lined 2s. 6d. inclusive. I NO LICENCE. Mr. E. vV. Horncastle, excise officer, pro- ceeded against Morgan W. James, formerly chemist at Cowell Street, for exposing for sale a medicine for which a stamp should have been produced. He was also proceeded against for having no licence for the sale of medical preparations. Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. Trubshaw said the Bench were aware of of the defendant's circumstances, or other- wise their decision would be more serious. They hed decided to fine the defendant 10s. and costs in eachcasø.

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