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BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS.—MARCH 14. Before W. Bulkeley Hughes, Esq., and J. V. H. Williams, Esq. Lying oitt.A man named Hugh Roberts, was fined Is. and 2s. 6d. costs, on the information of P.C. Goronwy Owens, for sleeping on the ground on the road between the Railway Station and Upper Baugor, on the night of the 25th of February. The 11 Besetting Sin.Robert Hughes was summoned by P.C. John Jones for being drunk and very disorderly on the 1st., inst, and challenging every one to fight with him who passed by.—Convicted and fined 10s. and 9s. costs in default 14 days' imprisonment. The same police officer also charged John Hughes and H. Hughes with being drunk in High-street, Bangor, on Sunday last. There was a lot of men together in the street, all drunk but when they saw a policeman approaching they all bolted" with the exception of the two defendant, who bravely stood their ground like men, and scorned to run. In addition to this, they con- tinued to make a loud noise, to shew their contempt for a mere bobby."—Fined each 5s., and 9s. costs. Breach of the Pectce.J aiia Davies, Friddoedd, com- plained that she was afraid of her neighbour, Jane Wil- liams, she having challenged the complainant to fight, for which amusement the lattar had no particular re- lish. Defendant was bound over to keep the peace for six months, herself in B10 and another surety in 15. The" IVrony lIouse.P.C. John Davies deposed to returning home the other night from his duty, when he found his house door open, and the prisoner, Robert Jones, in his bedroom! He was drunk, and he (the complainant) took him to the lock-up to complete his night's lodging.—Fined 5s. and 6s. 6d costs. Llanfairfechan.—Charge of keeping a Disorderly liouse.-Alr. Hugh Williams, who keeps a public house in the village of Llanfairfechan, was summoned by P.C. John Jones, charged with keeping a disorderly house, by permitting drunkenness, &c., on the night of the 4th inst, being a Saturday night. About eleven o'clock there was a number of drunken men in the house, who were also very noisy. Mr. W. Jones appeared for the defendant, a .1 called several witnesses to rebut the charge, but the\ bailed to do so to tho satisfaction of the Bench, who c msidered the charge proved. Fined 5s. and 12s fid. costs. Fighting at Ile)ttii-P.C. John Jones, charged Rd. Williams and Wm. Thomas, with fighting on the night of the 8th inst., before the Vaynol Arms, in the village Pentir. Of course, they were both the worse fur liquor."—Fined 5s. and costs 9s. The same officer also brought a similar charge against m, Hughes, who indulged in the u manly art" at Llanfairiechan, on the evening of the 4th inst. He first "tackled" a man of the name of Hugh Thomas, whom he struck without any apparent provocation; but not content with this display of valour he next tried at higher game, and essayed a shy at the police officer. Fined for the frolic, 40s. and 9s. costs, and in default, two months' imprisonment. Donkey Stratum.—Several parties were mulct in small fines and the costs, for permitting their donkeys to stray upon the highways, against the" provisions of the Act in that case made and provided," and we may add—explained. Bastardy.—Catherine Jones, Pantdraeniog, Bethesda, applied for an order in bastardy on her faithless swain, David Joues.—Order granted for Is. 6d. per week.