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2ND & 6TH CARMARTHENSHIRE EIFLE VOLUNTEERS.— Those Companies will parade on Monday, the 16th, and Thursday, the 19th inst., at the Woolroom, at half-past seven o'clock p.m. Should the weather prove fine, the drill will be in Guildhall-Square. Recruits are re- quested to attend at the Woolroom on each of the above evenings at 7 o'clock, for drill under the Serjeant Instructor. By order, E. W. Shackell and W. L. Morris, Orderly Sergeants. CARMARTHEN* PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held on Saturday, in the Shire Hall, before Capt. David Davias, Grismond Philipps, Esq., and Lloyd Price, Esq. John Evans, of Hafod, Llanegwad, and John Jones, Water-street, carrier, were fined Is each for not having their names on their carts. LARCENY.—On Thursday last, before W. Morris, Esq -Benjamin Davies, of Cwmeynon, Conwil, was brought up in custody by P.C. John Morgan, charged with steal- ing various carpenter's tools from the Cardigan Railway, in the parish of Llanpumpsaint, the property of Messrs. Manders and Knight, contractors. The prisoner was remanded until Saturday next. CARMARTHEN* POLICE COURT.-At the Shire-hall on Monday last, before W. de G. Warren, Esq., (Mayor), and J. L. Philipps, Esq.—Margaret Jones applied for sureties of the Peace against Ann Rees. The complain- ant said: I am the wife of Esau Jones, porter, Love Lane. On Wednesday I was about putting some clothes on a line in our yard, when the defendant came up to me and threatened to do me serious injury. She was very violent towards me, and I am afraid of her. I cannot go into the yard without passing her door. I pray for sureties of the peace. The further hearing of the case was ad- juorned for a month.David Samuel was charged with an assault. Isaac Jones said I live at Gorsgoch, Llan- arthney. On Saturday I was in Guildhall Square when the defendant came up to me and seized me by my neck- tie, and struck me. Wo then seized each other, and a man came up and seperated us. This was about four o'clock in the afternoon. I then went to Bridge Street, and opposite the Wheaten Sheaf, public house, the de- fendant struck me on the back of the head. I shouted for the police, and Sergeant Beynon came up. David Howell said I am a farmer, and live at Kidwelly. I was standing with the complainant in Guildhall Square when the defendant came up to him and struck him with- out any provocation. The defendant afterwards followe d him into Bridge-street, and struck him on the back of the head Thomas Jones, of Llanarthney, gave corobo- rative evidence. In defence, William Davies said I am a mason, and live at Porthyrhydd, Llanddarog. I saw the scuffle between the complainant and the defendant. The complainant struck the defendant first. He also spat in the defendant's face. Eleanor Morris said I live at Tyrybryn, Llangunnor. I saw the complainant and defendant scuffle on the ground in Guildhall Square. The defendant was undermost, and was calling out to the complainant Why did you spit in my face ?" I cannot say who struck first. This was the whole of the evidence, and the Justices dismissed the complaint.—On Wednesday, before the Mayor, Ann Aubrey was charged with drunkenness and riotous conduct. The defendant was cautioned and discharged. PARLIAMENTARY DIVISIONS.—In the House of Com- mons, on the 4th inst., the following members voted in favour of the Qualification for Offices Abolition Bill (majority, 17-5) —Mr D. Morris, Right Hon. W. Glad- stone, Mr H. A. Bruce, Mr L. L. Dillwyn, and Mr W. Williams. Against (minority, 172)—Mr D. Jones, Mr J. H. Scourfield, Mr O. Morgan, Hon. W. C. Talbot, Mr G. L. Phillips, Mr W. T. R Powell, and the Right Hon. B. Disraeli. CARMARTHEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS. — An ordinary meeting of the Board was held on Saturday last, when there was a full attendance of Guardians. Several letters from the Poor Law Commissioners were read, but they were of no public interest. One of them related to the prosecution of David Jones, of Abergwilly, for embezzlement, which the Commissioners were of opinion should not be proceeded with, the offenco being committed more than six months since. CARMARTHENSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—A meet- of the committee of this society was held on Saturday last, at the Boar's Head Hotel, for the purpose of fixing the prizes to be offered at the next show, and other business. There were present Mr. J. L Philipps (in the chair), Mr. W. Butland, Mr. R. R. Carver, Mr. J. Evans, Mr. R. Waters, and Mr. T. Charles. The accounts, which were audited and found correct, repre- sented a balance of about x,30 in the hands of the treasurer in favour of the society, and a few subscrip- tions which were in arrear had not been received. Letters were read from gentlemen who had usually offered prizes at the annual shows, intimating their intention of continuing them at the next; and also from Col. Sir J. J. Hamilton, Bart., continuing his cheque for £ 10, to be offered in prizes at the next show, for any stock the committee may think most desirable. The list of prizes offered last year was next examined, and it was resolved that £ 20 10s be added for cattle, in- cluding the £10 given by Sir J. J. Hamilton and prizes for three-year-old colts of the different breeds were to be withheld, and divided in second prizes for two-year- old and yearling colts and fillies. It was resolved that the prizes offered iast year for sheep and pigs be allowed to remain the same. A few unimportant alterations were made in the list of prizes offered at the Christmas show, which was fixed to take place this year on Tuesday, December 15th, and the annual meeting on Wednesday, the 16th day of September.

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