Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

39 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

CARDIFF.

n NEWPORT.

*'YAN8EA.

BRIDGEND.

CAERPHILLY.

CARMARTHEN.

CHEPSTOW.

GO WEB. HOAD.

HAVERFORDWEST.

LI J AN ELL Y.

LLANSADWLIN.

MAESTEG.

MEUTHYR.

MERTHYTVALE.

MOUNTAIN ASH.

NEATH.

PENARTH.

TREDEGAR.

CARDIFF.

INEWPORT.

BRKCON,

"OWRW BACH" AT MOUNTAIN ASH.

MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS.

MONMOUTHSHIRE.!

BRECONSHIRE.

PUMBROKESHIRE.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

PUMBROKESHIRE. These sessions were held on Tuesday, when the following magistrates were present:—Mr. H. G. Allen, Q.C., M.P., chairman Sir 0. H. P. Scourfield, Colonel Stokes, Colonel Lambton, Captain Higgon, Judge Owen, the Rev. P. Phelps, Dr. Griffiths, Messrs. C. E. G. Philipps, J. L. G. P. Lewis, G. L. Owen, N. A. Roeh, R. Carrow, James Phillips, J. Evans, J. Worthington, J. Thomas, Beynon.W. B. Mirehouse, and C. Mathias. OCCASIONAL LICENCES. On the motion of Mr. G. L. Owen, it was decided to grant occasional licences as far as practicable at the petty sessions, but then only on payment of the fee of 2s. 6d. NEW RATE. Captain Higgon asked for a £ d. rate for county purposes, which was granted.—On the motion of Ciptain Higgon, a rate of ill, in the £ for police purposes WK.a ordered. GRATUITY. Captain Higgon moved, in pursuance of his notice, that dE55 ba granted as a gratuity to the widow of Police-Constable Goorge Tudor, which was agreed to. TUE COMING ELECTION. In view of the coming election, Captain Higgon desired the court to authorise the employment of special constables for the purpose of attending and keeping peace at the various polling stations. Direction was given accordingly. BIUDGE REPAIRS. Tho County Surveyor recommended the repair of Hammett's Bridge at a cost of £ 150.—Mr. N. A. Hoell moved that the Public Works Committee be empowered to expend what was necessary.—Tho tender of Mr. J. Morgan, on the recommendation of Captain Higgon, for the repairs of the county bridges, was accepted. EXTRAORDINARY EXPENDITURE. On the motion of Mr. G. L. OWEN, it was ordered that such a sum be paid by the treasurer to the chief-constable every quarter to meet any extra- ordinary expenditure incurred in the apprehension of prisoners charged with indictable offences and their conveyance before the magistrates, and after- wards to prison on remand. TRIAL OF PRISONERS. These sessions were continued on Wednesday, before Mr. H. G. Allen, Q.C., M.P., chairman and Messrs. Joseph Thomas and G. Leader Owen. CHARGE OF THEFT. John Henry Thomas, alias Harrison, a ship's cook, was charged on two counts with stealing a gold chain and other valuables, of the value of J636, belonging to Mrs. Maria Ann Thomas, of Newport, Pembrokeshire, m tho 8th of July last. -The prisoner, who pleaded guilty, and against whom several previous convictions were proved, was committed for eighteen months on each eount concurrently. ANOTHER CHARGE OF THEFT. William Davies, shoemaker, was charged with stealing a pair of stockings belonging to Mr. T. W. Young, Pembroke, on the 24th of August last. The charge was clearly proved, and prisoner was committed for three calendar months with hard labour. HOUSEBREAKING. David Harries, a fowl merchant; residing at Haverfordwest, was charged with breaking into the dwelling-house of George Banner, at Higgin's Well, near Haverfordwest, on the 29th of August last, and stealing therefrom £17 lCs. This was a very disgraceful case, the prisoner having dis- guised himself, and decoyed prosecutor's wife away from the house under the pretence that the prosecutor was dying in the street, and during her absence forced an entrance into the house, ana stole the hard-won earnings of Banner, who is a poor man. The case was fully proved, and priso- ner committed for twelve months' hard labour.

EXTENSIVE SHOP-LIFTING AT…

ANOTHER FIRE AT NEWPORT.

THE SANITATION OF MERTHYR.

MERTHYR CHAMBER OF TRADE.

IMMORALITY AT CARDIFF,

CLUB LIFE AT CARDIFF.

ISUNDAY DRINKING AT CARDIFF.

PONTYPRIDD BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CHEPSTOW FARMERS' ASSOCIATION

CARDIFF UNION AGRICULTURAL…

FEROCIOUS ATTACK UPON A BAR-MAID…

THE EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF…

SEEIOUS CASE OF WOUNDING AT…