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THE DOLGELLEY MURDER.

THE INQUEST.

LLANFIH ANGEL-AR-ARTH. 1

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LLANFIH ANGEL-AR-ARTH. 1 PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26.-Before J. P. V. Pryse, Esq. (chairman), Colonel Evans, Captain Thomas, C. Lloyd, Esq,, LI. LI. Lloyd, Esq., and A. H. Jones, Esq. Drunkenness.—P.C. John Jones (19) charged John Davies, Llandyssul, shoemaker, with having been drunk and riotous at L landyssul on Julv 4.—Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., and 9s. costs.—The same complainant charged Thomas Jones, Lletty, Llangelar, Carmarthen- shire, shoemaker, with having been drunk at Llandyssul on the 4th July.—Fined 5s., and Os.Lcosts.—P.C. Thomas Davies (23), charged Edward Thomas, Crossing, Llanllwni, platelayer, with having been drunk and disorderly at Llanybyther, on the 1/th July.—Fined 5s., and costs. A Cow Straying.—P.C. Davies (17), summoned Margaret Jones, Dolvor Mill, Llandyssul, spinster, for allowing her cow to stray on the highway near Dolwalter, in the parish of Llandyssul, on the 17th July, and was fined Is., and costs. A Donk-r?iStralling. -P.C. Davies (17) charged Dd/Jones. Llandyssul, carrier, with allowing a donkey, his pro- perty, to stray on the highway at Llandyssul, on the 19th July.—Fined Is., and costs. Excise Case. Mr. Dicker, supervisor of excise, Carmar- then, charged Eleanor Davies, Bellevue, Llanllwni, pub- lican, with brewing four bushels of malt without inserting it on the paper supplied to her by the Board of Inland Revenue.-Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined E5. DOff Licenrcs.-The same officer charged the following persons with keeping dogs without licence David Thomas, N antyfeinen, farmer, Sarah Williims, Cwm- nantrees, farmer, Mary Jones, Waunrhewig, farmer, Thomas Thomas, Penrhiwfelen, farmer, John Evans, Kaosw-en, farmer, John Evans, Llannolenuchaf. farmer, David Evans, Llanolenisaf, farmer, and Evan Jones. Tylan, farmer, all from the parish of Llanfihangel Rhosycorn.-All the defendants appeared, and pleaded, and were fined XI 10i;.

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