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LLANRWST. TYHWNT-I'R-BONT PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, April lB.-Before Admiral Watling, R. O. Moulsdale, and H Beaver Roberts, Esqrs. Parochial Constables for the several parishes in the Petty-Sessional Division of Nant Cunway were* sworn in, with the exception of Llanrhychwyn, and one from Bettws-y-coed, who neglected to attend in obedience to the summonses, requesting their attendance to take the oath. Their worships, instead of inflicting a penalty this time, gave them another opportunity to come forward next Tuesday (25th), and intimated if they neglected to appear on that day, that penalties would be imposed un- der 5 and 6 Vic, chap. 102, sec. 13, a part of which we quote for the information of those who are qualified and may be chosen to serve the offices and might be igno- rant of the consequence of neglecting to attend, in order to be sworn Every person qualified and liable to serve, and cho- 8"n by the Justices to serve the office of Constable, and duly summoned to be sworn and take upon himself the said office, who shall refuse, or without reasonable cause to be allowed by the Justices, neglect to attend and be sworn as constable, or to find a qualified substitute: Penalty, on conviction before two Justices, not exceeding Ten Pounds. And, any person being sworn, who shall wilfully neglect to act in the execution of his office Penalty, on conviction before two Justices, not exceed- ing Five Pounds." Wm. Davies, John Jones, and Wm. Hughes, were charged by Sergeant H. D. Williams with being drunk and riotous at Bettws y coed. Fined 15s. each, in- cluding costs. Morris Williams was brought up in custody of the same officer, charged with stealing two traps, the pro. perty of Lord Willoughby d'Eresby. Mr. Griffith, who appeared for the prosecution, briefly stated the case, and called upon Sergeant Williams to give sufficient evidence to justify their Worships in granting a remand, in order that Griffith Owen, who was lately a game Keeper on the Gwydir Estate, but is now at Grimsthorp, might be brought forward to identify the traps. Remanded for seven days; bail being accepted for his appearance.

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