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FISHGUARD AND DIS;TRICT.

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» Fishguard Petty Sessions.

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» Fishguard Petty Sessions. The monthly sessions were heiLd on Tues- day before Mr. J. Co Torke (in the chair). Mr. G. B. Bowen, Mr. D. Harries, Mr. E. D. Jones, Dr Owen, and Mr W. S. Jenkins. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY Benjamin Edwards, labourer, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly on the high- way at Carywnich on March 8th, was fined 2s. and 7s. 5d. costs. John Thomas, a waggoner and timber hauler, summoned for being drunk and dis- orderly at Newport on March 3rd, was hned rs. od. and 6s. 6d. costs. STRAY ASSES AND HORSES. John Rowlands, a retired mariner, was sum- moned lor allowing two asses to stray on the Highway between Gideon and New Gross on March 24. P.C. Morgan said the defendant had been warned by him on several previous occa- sions, and he had been also previously fined for a similar offence. The Bench inflicted a line of 2s. and 4s. costs. William Marries, farmer, was also summoned for allowing two mares to stray on the high- way in the parish of Newport on March 24. He was lined 2s. and 4s. costs. SQUABBLE BETWEEN NEIGHBOURS. David Lewis was summoned by Martha Powell, Castlemartin, whose husband works on the Goodwick pier, for assaulting her on March tvui. Mr. Tombs appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Vincent John for the defendant. The evidence showed that this was a neigh- bours' dispute, which had its cause owing to some misunderstandings between the parties on account of their children, and after a long hearing the Bench dismissed the case. AFFILIATION CASES. Annie Owen, a single woman, Penymynydd, Dinas Cross, summoned Thomas Morris, Blaen- waun, LlanychLhwydog, to show cause, etc. Mr. Tombs appeared for the applicant, and Mr. W. J. Jones (Haverfordwest) for the de- fendant.—An order for 2s. a week for fourteen years was made. Annie Davies, a single woman, Ietgoch, Nev- ern, summoned David Jones, Newport, Pern., to show cause, etc. Mr. A. B, W illiam-s appeared for the applicant, and Mr. Tombs, for the defendant. The Bench, after a long hearing, dismissed the Case for want of cor- roborative evidence. Mr. Williams was only instructed on Tues- day morning, and his clients persisted in go ing on with the case, in spite of his having advised them to get further evidence and to apply for an adjournment. MAINTAINING HIS FATHER. William Howell, who works in Glamorgan- shire, was summoned for disobeying an order for maintaining his father, being now in ar- rears to the amount of k2 16s. 6d. Mr. D. W. Lewis gave evidence on behalf of the Guardians, and the defendant was ordered to pay in a month, or go to gaol for fourteen day».

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