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LLANGADOCK.

LLANDILO.

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LLANDILO. SATURDAY.^—Before Messrs. L. N. Powell and W. Hopkins. Knew the Fine. Samuel Jones, in respect to whom the Deputy Chief Constable said he had received a letter purporting to come from Tygoch, Llanarthney, was charged with drunken- ness. Defendant was found helplessly drunk in St.ition-road, Nantgaredig. Two of his friends undertook to t^ke him to a bouse and keep him there for the night. Defen- dant in his letter said I plead guilty and enclose 10s., and if the amount ie more I will send next week as 1 am going to Swan- sea on Saturday." The constable e&id de- fendant W LS a butcher and attended the Swansea Market every ga.turday.-He wait fined 108. Warrant Issued. Elizabeth White, no fixed address, waa charged with drunkenness. A constable saw defendant (who did not appear) on the 24th July at Ffairtioh staggering drunk.—Mr. L. N. Powell a«ked if defendant had been on at Llandilo before?—D.C.C. Evans said she had been fined that day 12s. 6d. for being drunk and disorderly.-The Chairman said be thought she ought to be present.—A war- rant w.M ordered to be issued. John Sheeley was similarly charged.— P.C. John Thomas e-aw defe-.i 'dant staggering drunk in Rhosmaen-street. He went into the Angel Hotel. Witness followed, and drew the attention of the licensee's wife to his condition. Defendant then went out and afterwards entered the Railway Tavern Hotel, where he w-us again refused dfink. Defendant had been fined last Novomber. Defendant, it was stated, was working at the local ammunition works.-He wap, fined 10s. A young man named David John Roderick, who pleaded guilty, said he had never been drunk before.-Aeked his age, he said he was 22 year.e.-The Chairman: You ought to be ashamed of youraelf coming here on a charge like this. I hope you will never come here agaon.-Defendant: I don't think you will see me again —Fined 7s. 6d. Annie Gwendoline ones, ManordeUo, was summoned for travelling without a ticket.- Inspector Arnold (G.W.R.) slid he was on duty at Llanelly Station on the 9th July. He saw defendant at 4.20. He had been looking for her and saw her book. She asked for a ticket for Bynea.—James Mor- gan, a booking olerk at Llanelly, deposed issuing the ticket.-W. J, Esmond, a paseen. ger guard on the G.W.B., eaid. he worked the 4.35 train on. the date under notice from Llanelly to UaJtdovery. His attention was drawn to defendant by the inspector. She did not get out at Bynea but at JIandilo. She went to the booking office at the latter station -,Od rejoined the train, but entered a different compartment. She got out at GLanrhyd. The ticket she handed the station-master waa from Llandilo to Glan- rliyd. The station-master called her hick, and asked her for her ticket from Llanelly to Llandilo. She said she had given it up at Llandilo. She had not, however.-JameS Griffiths, station master at Glanrhyd, cor- roborated. He knew defendant well. The ticket she gave up was from Llandilo to Glanrhyd.—D. Bowen Richards, ticket col- lector, "Llandilo, aaid he was on duty un the arrival of the 4.35 ex Llanelly. He did not see defendant, nor did she give him a ticket-.—Mr. Ludford, who appeared r tl e G.W.R., said he had the inspector p-eeent who had the pleasure of interviewing -%14ss Jones.—Th3 Chairman said the Bench were satisfied with the evidence, and consilered it a bad case of a deliberate attempt t, cie- fraud. They inflicted a penalty of al.)e- fendant wili be remembered in eonnwticMi with a claiir, she made of being next «.i tin to a person who died some time ago, pad for which she was imprisoned. Drunk in Charge of a Horse and Cart. David Davies, hailing from the Llandilo neighbourhood, was eharged with being drunk in charge of a horse and •.•art in Ffairfach, and a complaint of his darnaging a motor-car was ruade by its owner, a Mr. Tt> 'fOrtfter: at tributing the" accident" to defendant's drunken state.Dakadant was fined .£1, and cautioned. I Licensing Offence. I Thomas Lewis, Plough Inn. Llandilo, was summoned for keeping his house open during prohibited hours, and also with re- fusing to admit the police —P.C. J. 'J homas deposed that in company with P.C. Evans he kept observation on the premises on he 8th of August. At 6 a.m. he saw a person named Henry Herbert leaving the Back- yard. He went to the front door, an-3 shook tha latch several times. He then went up the road in the direction of Llan- gadock, and returned to the back again. He went tr; the front door, and shook the latch. He afterwards went to the ni-Mle of the road. Defendant opened the bedroom window in the front, and asked Herbert what he was doing out so early. JTerbert I, repTied, Don't grumble about getting up early;-come on, I want a drink. Defendant replied, Fall back on your itrengh." Herbert repeated 'ome on." Defendant then came down and" opened the front door and Herbert went inside. At 6.15 a.m., P.C. Evens went to the back door, and witness went to ;he front door. They knocked several times and P.O. Evans shouted: "The police are here; we want to come in." In about five minutes witneas heard a footstep on the stairs, and then shouted, Tom, you better open the door." Thoy kept knocking and shouting' until about ten minutes ao seven. Evans came from the back to the front. They knocked, and Evans shouted: P.C. s Thomas and Evans are here, and we want to some in." Defendant then came down and opened the door. They had been kept waiting 40 minutes. Witney aeked defendant why he did not open the door, and he replied th&t he opened it when he heard them shouting they were the poliee. Witness told him that Evans had shouted several times. He replied. I did not hear him." Witness then told him that he had seen Herbert en,tering the house, and asked him where he was. He replied, "in bed." Defendant took them upstairs, and there they saw Herbert in bed with another person. Wit- ness asked Herbert what explanation he had to make. and he replied, "I am sleeping here." Witness then cautioned and charged him with being on licensed premises during illegal hours. He replied that he had nothing to say. Witness 'hen charged defendant with keeping his premises open daring illegal hours. ne said Herbert slept there. Witness asked why he did so, a6 he lived close by. He eaid that was how it was. Witness then -charged 'defend aiit with refusing to admit the police. He &aid he opened the door when he heard them shout they were the police. Downstairs they found a bottle labelled rum. The bottle was not full and the cork was not fixed right baek.-In an- swer to the Deputy Chief, P.C. Thomas said Herbert had his shirt, pants end stockings on. He had seen Herbert at a quarter past two in the morning by his own door. Before leaving they nested if it was poseible for defendant to have heard t.ilem.-I)tfendant said the case had been stated correctly by the constable.—P.C. Evans corroborated.—D'et?odant aJeo gave evidence. With regard to Herbert's preeehce *n the house, defendant 8aid he eot iiis water, milk, and nearly all his food, and always his dinner on Sunday at the Plough. With reference to his delay in admitting the police, d-efendant, said he had not heard the shouting, but only the knocking.—The Bench intimated that they found both caaes proved, and fined defen- I dant £1 in the first case, and 10b. in the second. Henry Herbert was then charged with being licensed premises during pro. hibited hours. He pleaded guilty and wa* fined 10s. During it transpired tha; the defendant in this case lived on the op- posite sied of the road to the licensee of the Plopgh Inn.

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