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_0- Quarter Sessions. DAFEN ASSAULT: HEAVY FINE INFLICTED. ASSAULT CHARGE REDUCED. Eddie George Williams, Ihfen, LlanelLy, surrendered to his hail on a charge of assault- ing Mary Ann. Edwards, a servant in the em- ploy of the Rev. J. Evans, Bryn, Llanelly. whilst she was going home along a quiet lane on June 9th. Mr. Clarke Williams (instructed by Messrs. Roderick and Co., Llanelly) appeared to pro- socute, and Arr. W. Llewelyn Williams, (instructed by Mr. W. Howell, "Llanelly), re- presented the prisoner. Prisoner was found guilty of a. common assault, and. WIS I'lDe(l, RIO- HOUSEBREAKING AT LLANELLY. Thomas Davies, crane-driver, was indicted on a charge of breaking into and entering the dwelling-house of Dr. Edgar Davies, Llanelly, and stealing the sum of i25 6s., and a silver cigarette case, value £ 1 5s., belonging to Dr. j M'Naughton; a. pair of trousers and a box of cigarettes, the property of Dr. Davies; and 5s. 9d., a silver watch and wrist strap, and a gold ring belonging to the servant, Mary Ann Skym. Mr. David Rees appeared, to prosecute. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and a number of previous convictions having been proved, he was sentenced to twelve months' hard labour

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